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Esperanto[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The i vowel of past-tense -is plus the t of the Latin/Romance/German passive perfect participle.

Suffix[edit]

-it-

  1. (nominal) -ito One who has undergone the action of the root
    Example: ami (to love), amito (one that has been loved)
  2. (adjectival) -ita The passive past participle
    Example: ami (to love), amita (having been loved)