-lit

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See also: lit, Lit, lít, līt, lit., &lit, and Lit.

Irish[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-lit f

  1. -lith

Declension[edit]

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Northern Sami[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Samic *-lētēk.

Suffix[edit]

-lit

  1. Forms verbs indicating a quick, sudden or sharp action.
    borrat (to eat) + ‎-lit → ‎borralit (to eat quickly)

Usage notes[edit]

This suffix triggers the strong grade on a preceding stressed syllable.

Inflection[edit]

Odd, no gradation
infinitive -lit
1st sing. present -lan
1st sing. past -lin
-ledjen
infinitive -lit
present participle -leaddji
past participle -lan
verbal noun -leapmi
present indicative past indicative imperative
1st singular -lan -lin
-ledjen
-lehkon
2nd singular -lat -lit
-ledjet
-l
3rd singular -la -lii -lehkos
-lus
1st dual -letne -leimme -leadnu
2nd dual -leahppi -leidde -leahkki
3rd dual -leaba -leigga -lehkoska
1st plural -lit
-lat
-leimmet -lehkot
-leatnot
2nd plural -lehpet -leiddet -lehket
3rd plural -lit -le
-ledje
-lehkoset
connegative -l -lan -l
conditional 1 conditional 2 potential
1st singular -livččen -leaččan
2nd singular -livččet -leaččat
3rd singular -livččii -leš
-leaš
-leažžá
1st dual -livččiime -ležže
2nd dual -livččiide -leažžabeahtti
3rd dual -livččiiga -leažžaba
1st plural -livččiimet -leažžat
2nd plural -livččiidet -leažžabehtet
3rd plural -livčče -ležžet
connegative -livčče -leš
-leaš
-leačča

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