circumfix

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circum- +‎ -fix

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circumfix (plural circumfixes)

  1. (grammar) An affix containing both a prefixing and a suffixing element existing as a single morphological unit.

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circumfix (third-person singular simple present circumfixes, present participle circumfixing, simple past and past participle circumfixed)

  1. (grammar) Affix a circumfix to (a word).

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circumfix n (plural circumfixen, diminutive circumfixje n)

  1. (grammar) circumfix