-ala

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English -al, French -al, -el, -aille, German -al, Italian -ale, -aglia, Spanish -al, all ultimately from Latin -ālis.

Suffix[edit]

-ala

  1. Suffix used with a noun to make an adjective out of said noun; pertaining to, relating to, appropriate to.
    amiko (friend) + ‎-ala → ‎amikala (friendly, amicable)
    naciono (nation) + ‎-ala → ‎nacionala (national)

Derived terms[edit]