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The suffix ie [i:]

 
 
The suffix ie (pronounced as a long i) forms feminine nouns that belong to the inflection class -/en. The suffix is used with different meanings in scholarly and scientific languages.

Derivation types:  Adjective to noun
Neoclassical formative to noun
Neoclassical compounding
Neoclassical pre- and suffixation


Adjective to noun

analog + ie = Analogie
anomal Anomalie
infam Infamie
paradox Paradoxie
All derivations

Features:
  • Deletion of isch:
    When the adjective ends in isch, the ending is deleted:
    dämonisch + ie = Dämonie
    idiotisch Idiotie
    prophetisch Prophetie

Neoclassical formative to noun

graph + ie = Graphie
man Manie
phob Phobie
All derivations


Neoclassical compounding

Formative+Formative+Suffix

astr + o + log + ie = Astrologie
bibli + o + man Bibliomanie
päd
+
agog Pädagogie
All compounds
 

Noun+Formative+Suffix

Insekt + o + log + ie = Insektologie
Japan + o + log Japanologie
Ozean
+
o + graph Ozeanographie
All compounds
 

Formative+Noun+Suffix

eu
+
Dämon + ie = Eudämonie
heter +
o
+ Spore Heterosporie
eu
+
Rhythmus Eurhythmie
All compounds


Neoclassical prefixation and suffixation

a + graph + ie = Agraphie
dys + lex Dyslexie
All derivations







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