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Finnish

Suffix

-u/-y

  1. Used to form nouns, usually, from verbs whose citation form ends with -ea, -eä, -ia or -iä.
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Esperanto

Suffix

-u

  1. do [it]! (Ending of the imperative in verbs.)
    Speculative etymology: from Hebrew imperative suffix , the [u] sound of Greek imperative inflection of deponent verbs, or both.
  2. -one. (Ending of the individual correlatives.)

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