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The suffix at

 
 
The suffix at forms masculine and neuter nouns. The masculine nouns belong to the inflection class en/en; the neuter nouns belong to the inflection class es/e.

The nouns formed with at have different meanings. They denote, for example, people and chemical substances. See also variant iat.

Derivation types: Noun to noun
Verb to noun
Neoclassical formative to noun


Noun to noun

Masculine nouns:
Asien + at = Asiat
Stipendium Stipendiat
Sold Soldat
All masculine derivations
 
Neuter nouns:
Chlor + at = Chlorat
Sultan Sultanat
Pension Pensionat
All neuter derivations
 
All derivations


Verb to noun

Masculine nouns:
adressieren + at = Adressat
kastrieren Kastrat
renegieren Renegat
lizenzieren iat Lizenziat
All masculine derivations
 
Neuter nouns:
agglomerieren + at = Agglomerat
derivieren Derivat
destillieren Destillat
lizenzieren iat Lizenziat
All neuter derivations
 
All derivations

Features:

Neoclassical formative to noun

Most nouns formed from neoclassical formatives by adding the suffix at are neuter nouns belonging to the inflection class es/e.

hydr + at = Hydrat
lakt Laktat
mikr Mikrat
All derivations







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