Bulgarian edit

Etymology edit

Alternative form of -о- (-o-) used after consonants that were originally palatalized stops or hushing sibilants, as well as ц (c). Modern Bulgarian features much less palatalization, so this isn't readily apparent in derived words.

Pronunciation edit

Interfix edit

-е- (-e-)

  1. Alternative form of -о- (-o-) (forms compound words; not meaning-bearing)

Derived terms edit

References edit

  • Тодор Бояджиев; Иван Куцаров; Йордан Пенчев (1999), “3. Морфемен състав на производната дума [3. Morphemic structure of words]”, in Тодор Бояджиев, editor, Съвременен български език [Contemporary Bulgarian Language] (textbook, in Bulgarian), Sofia, Bulgaria: ИК "Петър Берон", →ISBN, pages 240, 241

Moksha edit

Pronunciation edit

Interfix edit

-е- (-e-)

  1. an interfix that surfaces before various suffixes, after a soft consonant

Derived terms edit

See also edit

  • -о- (-o-) (after hard consonants)

Russian edit

Pronunciation edit

Interfix edit

-е- (-e-)

  1. alternative form of -о- (-o-) (used after palatalized and hushing consonants)

Derived terms edit