See also: igar, igår, and i går



Considered a modified version of -agar. Also from Esperanto -igi, Latin -igō and German -igen.



  1. (with an adjectival or nominal root) to make, render or transform into
    bela (fine, beautiful, handsome, bonny) + ‎-igar → ‎beligar (to beautify, embellish)
    duopla (double) + ‎-igar → ‎duopligar (to duplicate)
  2. with an intransitive verbal root, gives it an active sense
  3. with a transitive verbal root, gives it a causative sense, usually followed by the preposition da

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