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English

Suffix

-ed

  1. Used to form past tenses of (regular) verbs.
    pointed (as in He pointed at the dog.)
  2. Used to form past participles of (regular) verbs.
    pointed (as in He pointed at the dog. and He has pointed at the dog.)
  3. Used to form adjectives from nouns, in the sense of having the object represented by the noun.
    pointed (as in A needle has a pointed end. - the end of a needle has a point.)

Translations

The translations below are a guide only. See individual words for precise translations.

  • Dutch: (1): for weak verbs: -de(n) or -te(n) (latter after voiceless consonants); (2) and (3): -d or -t; usually in combination with prefix ge- before the stem.
  • French: (1): (for past tenses, see individual verbs), (2) Past participles: (for verbs ending in -er), -i (for verbs ending in -ir), -u (for verbs ending in -re); (3): , -i, -u
    He has pointed at the dog - Il a indiqué le chien.
  • Italian: (1): (for past tenses, see individual verbs), (2) Past participles: -ato (for verbs ending in -are), -uto (for verbs ending in -ere), -ito (for verbs ending in -ire), -dotto (for verbs ending in -durre); (3): -ato, -ito, -uto
  • Turkish: (1): for all verbs: -di. Variants (because of the vowel harmony in Turkish): -di, -dı, -dü, -du.

See also


Breton

Suffix

-ed

  1. Suffix denoting plural of certain nouns
eg. kazhez (female cat) → kazhezed (female cats)

Hungarian

Suffix

-ed

  1. Second-person singular possessive ending meaning your for front vowel words ending in a consonant, along with -öd. Back vowel words ending in a consonant use -od. Words ending in a vowel use -d.
    a kert - the garden
    a kerted or a te kerted - your garden

Ido

Suffix

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