-izál

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Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

First attested in the 17th century. From Latin -izare.[1]

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-izál

  1. (verb-forming suffix) -ize, -ise (forms verbs from naturalized foreign nouns)
    politizál (to politicize, to talk/discuss politics, engage in politics)

Usage notes[edit]

It was also attached to a few Hungarian words (e.g. urizál), but in this role it's obsolete and no longer productive.

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