-ifar

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin -ifer (with -ar), from ferō.

Suffix[edit]

-ifar

  1. Suffix added to a nominal root to form an intransitive verb denoting: to generate, produce (naturally or artificially) or secrete.
    floro (flower) + ‎-ifar → ‎florifar (to blossom, bloom)
    nesto (nest) + ‎-ifar → ‎nestifar (to build a nest)
    sango (blood) + ‎-ifar → ‎sangifar (to bleed)

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