EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the French suffix -ade, as in promenade; adopted by other languages, as seen in English blockade.

SuffixEdit

-ad-

  1. (verbal suffix) -adi notable duration of an action
    Example: danci (to dance), dancadi (to keep on dancing; to dance on)
  2. (nominal suffix with verbal root) -ado noun of an action
    Example: danci (to dance), danco (a dance), dancado (dancing)
  3. (nominal suffix with nominal root) -ado simple action of the verb without connotation of duration
    Example: krono (a crown), kroni (to crown), kronado (a coronation)

See alsoEdit

Last modified on 12 August 2013, at 00:42