See also: tat, Tat, tát, tắt, tất, tät, tą̊t, and -tât

CatalanEdit

SuffixEdit

-tat f

  1. Alternative form of -itat

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HungarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

SuffixEdit

-tat

  1. (causative suffix) Added to a verb (or extremely rarely to a noun) to form a verb with a meaning of let, make somebody do something.
    olvas (to read)olvastat (to make someone read something)
Usage notesEdit
  • (causative suffix) Variants:
    -at is added to back-vowel words ending in a consonant + t and most monosyllabic words
    vár (to wait)várat (to have someone wait)
    -et is added to front-vowel words ending in a consonant + t and most monosyllabic words
    kér (to ask for)kéret (to have someone ask(ed) for; to summon someone [by ordering a servant to fetch him/her])
    -tat is added to back-vowel words ending in a vowel + t
    tisztít (to clean)tisztíttat (to have someone clean or to have something cleaned)
    -tet is added to front-vowel words ending in a vowel + t
    keres (to look for)kerestet (to have someone look(ed) for)
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 2Edit

From -tatik (passive-forming suffix), removing the ending.

SuffixEdit

-tat

  1. combining form of -tatik (passive-forming suffix) before all inflectional and derivational suffixes, except the dictionary form itself, the indefinite third-person singular present indicative
    fogadtatik (to be received)fogadtatás (reception).
Usage notesEdit

(combining forms of the passive-forming suffix) Variants: -at-, -et-, -tat-, -tet- (from -atik, -etik, -tatik, -tetik), as well as the tautological (doubly suffixed) forms -attat-, -ettet- (from -attatik, -ettetik). See more in the template of the full forms of this suffix.

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Old SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin -tās, from Proto-Indo-European *-teh₂ts.

SuffixEdit

-tat f (plural -tates)

  1. Used in forming a noun to represent the property corresponding to an adjective; -ity
    Synonym: -dat

DescendantsEdit

  • Spanish: -tad

Related termsEdit