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-o (plural: -os or -oes, depending on the word)
- (used especially in Australia) A diminutive suffix.
- -o is generally applied to nouns, but sometimes adjectives, like agro
The terms below are all Australianisms. Some are also found in other varieties of English.
- -thing, -person. (Nominal suffix. All Esperanto nouns end in -o.)
- -thing. (correlative object ending.)
-o (with back vowel harmony) -ö (with front vowel harmony)
- Added to verb stems to form a noun.
This suffix is used especially with those verbs whose citation form ends with -aa or -ää. In stems with e or i, the suffix has its back vowel form, -o.
- Used with a stem to form the first-person singular present of regular are and ere verbs and those -ire verbs that dont take "isc"
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