-in-

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Esperanto[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-in-

  1. Root form of -ino

Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto, from German -in.

Affix[edit]

-in-

  1. Used to indicate femaleness.
    avo (grandparent) + ‎-in- → ‎avino (grandmother)
    filio (child, offspring) + ‎-in- → ‎filiino (daughter)
    frato (sibling) + ‎-in- → ‎fratino (sister)
    kavalo (horse) + ‎-in- → ‎kavalino (mare)
    kuzo (cousin) + ‎-in- → ‎kuzino ((female) cousin)
    nepoto (grandchild) + ‎-in- → ‎nepotino (granddaughter)
    nevo (nephew or niece, nibling) + ‎-in- → ‎nevino (niece)
    onklo (uncle or aunt) + ‎-in- → ‎onklino (aunt)
    rejo (monarch) + ‎-in- → ‎rejino (queen)
    spozo (spouse) + ‎-in- → ‎spozino (wife)
    yuno (child) + ‎-in- → ‎yunino (girl)

Tagalog[edit]

Infix[edit]

-in-

  1. Infix form of -in.

Derived terms[edit]