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861SUFFIXES WITH NASALS (μ, ν)

1. μο, μα_ (nom. μο-ς; -μα and -μη): primary, in substantives denoting actions or abstract ideas ( cross840 a. 5-7), and in some concretes: χυ_-μό-ς juice (χέω pour, χυ-), γραμ-μή line (γράφ-ω write, draw); in adjectives ( cross858. 8, 9). On -τ-μο -τ-μα, -θ-μο -θ-μα, -ς-μο -ς-μα see cross837, cross832, 836; secondary, rarely in substantives: δρυ_-μό-ς coppice (δρῦ-ς tree, oak), or adjectives: ἔτυ-μο-ς true (ἐτεϝός real).—ι-μο: secondary, derived from ι stems ( cross858. 9).—2. ματ (nom. -μα): primary, denoting result ( cross841. 2). Here to μα from (cp. ὄνομα name, Lat. nomen; τέρμα goal, Lat. termen) τ has been added; cp. cognomentum.—3. μεν (nom. -μην): primary, in ποι-μήν shepherd, λι-μήν harbour.—4. μενο: primary, in participles: λυ_ό-μενο-ς.—5. μι (rare): primary, in φῆ-μι-ς speech (poet. for φή-μη).—6. μιν (nom. -μι_ς): prim., ῥηγ-μί_-ς surf (ῥήγ-νυ_-μι break).—7. μνο, μνα_: prim., in στά-μνο-ς jar (ἵ-στη-μι set, stand, στα-), βέλε-μνο-ν dart (βάλλω throw), ποί-μνη flock, λί-μνη lake.—8. μον (nom. -μων): primary, in ἡγε-μών leader (ἡγέ-ομαι lead); adjectives 858. 10.—9. μονα_: primary, in πλη-ς-μονή fulness (πίμ-πλη-μι fill).—10. μων (nom. -μων): primary, in χει-μών winter, λει-μών meadow.

11. νο, να_: primary, in ὕπ-νο-ς sleep, καπ-ϝό-ς smoke, ποι-νή punishment, φερ-νή dower (φέρ-ω bring), τέκ-νο-ν child (τίκτω bear, τεκ-), in adjectives ( cross858. cross11); secondary, in adjectives ( cross858. cross11), in σελή-νη moon (= σελας-νη, σέλας gleam).—ανο, ανα_: primary, in στέφ-ανο-ς crown, στεφ-άνη diadem (στέφ-ω encircle), δρέπ-ανο-ν, δρεπ-άνη sickle (δρέπ-ω pluck), ὄργ-ανο-ν instrument (ἔργον work), θηγ-άνη whetstone (θήγ-ω whet); in adjectives: στεγ-ανό-ς (cp. στεγ-νός) water-tight (στέγ-ω shelter); secondary, in βο-τ-άνη fodder (βο-τό-ς, βό-σκω graze), ἕδρ-ανο-ν seat (ἕδ-ρα_ seat). α_νο (ηνο), α_να_ (ηνα_): secondary, in gentiles ( cross844. 3). ενο, ενα_: primary, in παρθ-ένο-ς maiden, ὠλ-ένη elbow. ηνο, ηνα_: primary, in τι-θή-νη nurse (θῆσθαι give suck). ινο, ινα_: secondary, in adjectives of material and time ( cross858. cross12), and in ῥαδ-ινό-ς slender, μελ-ίνη millet. ινεο, ινεα_: secondary, in adjectives of material ( cross858. cross12). ι_νο, ι_να: primary, in χαλ-ι_νό-ς bridle, σέλ-ι_νο-ν parsley; secondary, in gentiles ( cross844. 3); in patronymics ( cross845. 6); in ἐρυθρ-ῖνο-ς red mullet (ἐρυθρό-ς red); βολβ-ί_νη a kind of βολβ-ός (a bulb-root). ονο, ονα_: primary, in κλ-όνο-ς battle-rout (κέλ-ομαι urge on); in abstracts, as ἡδ-ονή pleasure (ἥδ-ομαι am pleased). υνο, υνα_: primary, in κορ-ύνη club, πίς-υνο-ς relying on (πείθ-ω persuade). υ_νο, υ_να_: primary, in κίνδ-υ_νο-ς danger, αἰσχ-ύ_νη disgrace. ωνο, ωνα_: primary, in κολ-ωνό-ς hill, κορ-ώνη crow.—12. νυ (rare): primary, in λιγ-νύ-ς smoky fire.

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13. αινα: secondary, of the person concerned ( cross843 b. 5).—14. αν: primary, in μέλα_ς μέλαν-ος black.—15. εν (nom. -ην): primary, in τέρ-ην tender, ἄρρ-ην male.—16. ην: primary, in πευθ-ήν inquirer (πεύθ-ομαι, πυνθάνομαι inquire).—17. ι_ν (nom. -ι_ς): primary, in δελφί_ς dolphin, ὠδί_ς travail.— 18. ον (nom. -ων): primary, in words of agency: τέκτ-ων carpenter, τρυ_γ-ών turtle-dove (τρύζω murmur, τρυγ-), κλύδ-ων wave (κλύζω dash, κλυδ-); and in others, as εἰκ-ών image (ἔοικα am like, εἰκ-), χι-ών snow.—19. ιον: secondary, in μαλακ-ίων darling, diminutive of μαλακό-ς soft.—ι_ον: primary, in comparatives; ἡδ-ί_ων sweeter (ἡδ-ύ-ς); secondary, in patronymics ( cross845.5). —Ϝον: primary, in πί_ων fat.—20. ων: secondary, in words denoting persons possessing some physical or mental quality, as γάστρ-ων glutton (γαστήρ belly); to denote place ( cross851. 3); in names of months: Ἀνθεστηριών.—21. Ϝων: primary, in αι' (ϝ) ών age, gen. αἰῶν-ος.—22. ιων: secondary, in patronymics ( cross845. 5).—23. ιωνα_: secondary, in patronymics ( cross845. 6).

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