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Old Church Slavonic[edit]


From Proto-Slavic *-teljь.


тєл҄ь (telʹĭ)

  1. -er, -or; Deverbative nominalizing suffix used to create a masculine agent noun. Usually derived from infinitive (or "aorist") stem of verbs, rarely from root-class verbs, such as:
    Some nouns derive from infinitive stem in -а- or -ѣ-:
    The most common are the nouns with infinitive in -и-:

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