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Etymology:

suffix +‎ -ive


Synonyms:

suffixative


Adjective:

Adjective suffixive (not comparable) (linguistics, dated) Forming words through the addition of a suffix or suffixes 2000, George Lang, Entwisted Tongues: Comparative Creole Literatures, ISBN 9042007370, page 216: The genius, in the French sense, of creole is its tendency to form phrases with a minimum of connectives, often through the use of suffixive combinations


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