-adur

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See also: adur, A-dur, áður, and A-dúr

Breton[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-adur m ‎(plural -adurioù)

  1. To make a noun of another word. The meaning of the noun can vary.
    deiz ‎(day) + ‎-adur → ‎deiziadur ‎(calendar)
    ger ‎(word) + ‎-adur → ‎geriadur ‎(dictionary)
    yezh ‎(language) + ‎-adur → ‎yezhadur ‎(grammar)

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Welsh[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Cf. Latin -ātor.

Suffix[edit]

-adur m

  1. agent suffix; usually added to a verbal root
    dydd ‎(day) + ‎-adur → ‎dyddiadur ‎(diary)
    gair ‎(word) + ‎-adur → ‎geiriadur ‎(dictionary)
    iaith ‎(language) + ‎-adur → ‎ieithadur ‎(grammar)

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