See also: iza, Iza, izá, izā, ižä, iza-, and -izà

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-iza

  1. Romanization of -𐌹𐌶𐌰

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from French -iser. Doublet of -ez, which was inherited from Latin.

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-iza

  1. -ise/-ize

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-iza f

  1. feminine singular of -izo

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Swahili edit

Suffix edit

-iza (mid vowel harmony variant -eza)

  1. (nonproductive) suffix used to construct a causative verb with slightly different meaning
    Near-synonyms: -ya, -isha/-esha
    -lipa (to pay) + ‎-iza → ‎-lipiza (to settle an account)
    -penda (to love) + ‎-eza → ‎-pendeza (to be pleasing)

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