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Pronoun as base
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Suffixation of pronouns in order to derive nouns is extremely marginal. The diminutive suffix -DIM may derive the names of the male and femal representatives of the Frisian national bird, the lapwing. Furthermore, we have the suffixoid-man, which provides one output form.

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Some more information can be found in the two relevant topics, in which the suffixes are treated individually:

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