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22. Rozina R.I. Course of English Lexicology. – М., 1995, 238с.

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Таблиця 2 - Афікси англійської мови

№ п/п

Назва афікса

Походження афікса

Яку частину мови утворює данний афікс

Від якої частини мови походить слово

Приклади твірних основ с даним афіксом

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

-al

L.

N

V

approv//al, renew//al, withdraw//al, upris//al

2

-al

L.

Adj

N

tempor//al, action//al, tad//al, comic//al

3

-ance

L.

N

V

forbid//ance, appear//ance, clear//ance, abid//ance

4

-ence

L.

N

V

consist//ence, depend//ence, emer//ence, prefer//ence

5

-ancy

L.

N

V

flip//ancy, repell//ancy, ascend//ancy, trech//ancy

6

-ency

L.

N

V

insist//ency, persist//ence, emerg//ency, constitu//ency

7

-ant

L.

Adj

V

repell//ant, cool//ant, claim//ant, lubric//ant

8

-ent

L.

Adj

V

asorb//ent, solv//ent, depend//ent, persist//ent

9

-ard

F.

N

Adj

drunk//ard, stink//ard, dull//ard, blink//ard

10

-arian

L.

N

Adj

libr//arian, prolet//arian, gram//arian, veget//arian

11

-ary

L.

Adj

N

document//ary, vision//ary, mission//ary, fraction//ary

12

-ory

L.

Adj

N

deposit//ory, laborat//ory, territ//ory, compuls//ory

13

-by

A.S.

N

Adj

idle//by, rudes//by, litte//by, whit//by

14

-eer

F.

N

N

convention//eer, engine//eer, revolution//eer, mountain//eer

15

-ese

L.

Adj

N

Milan//ese, Chin//ese, Japan//ese, Vietnam//ese

16

-esque

F.

Adj

N

arab//esque, picture//esque, blott//esque, Titan//esque

17

-ess

Gr.

N

N

host//ess, actr//ess, tigr//ess, tailor//ess, tutor//ess

18

-et

F.

N

N

blower//et, brook//et, lac//et, swimmer//et

19

-ette

F.

N

N

mountain//ette, novel//ette, balcon//ette, station//ette

20

-iana

L.

N

N

Shakespear//iana, Byron//iana, Burns//iana, Wagner//iana

21

-ie, -y

F.

N

N

sweet//ie, dear//ie, aunt//ie, dadd//y, Paul//y, Jimm/y

22

-ine, –in

L.

Adj

N

mascul//ine, femen//ine, Paul//ine, stear//in, gelat//in

23

-ing

A.S.

N

V

cutt//ing, paint//ing, meet//ing, warn//ing, wedd//ing

24

-ister

F.

N

N

chor//ister, palm//ister, leg//ister, soph//ister

25

-let

F.

N

N

ham//let, book//let, circ//let, wing//let, leaf//let

26

-ling

A.S.

N

N

hire//ling, oak//ling, suck//ling

27

-ster

A.S.

N

N

gang//ster, bank//ster, game//ster, boom//ster

28

-ton

A.S.

N

Adj

middle//ton, double//ton, idle//ton, simple//ton

29

-ure

F.

N

V

cleft//ure, bankrupt//ure, perfect//ure, prelate//ure

30

-ward(s)

A.S.

Adv

N

back//ward(s), home//ward(s), east//ward(s), win//ward

31

-way(s)

A.S.

Adv

N

cross//ways, side//ways, sun//way, end//way, length//ways

32

-wise

A.S.

Adv

N

corner//wise, coast//wise, end//wise, heart//wise

33

anti-

Gr.

N

N

anti//Calvinist, anti//fascist, anti//climax, anti//cyclone

34

anti-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

anti//aircraft, anti//puritan, anti//British, anti//clerical

35

arch-

Gr.

N

N

arch//cheater, arch//deceiver, arch//disturber, arch//knave

36

auto-

Gr.

N

N

auto//biography, auto//infection, auto//pilot, auto//rifle

37

auto-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

auto//genetic, auto//poisonous, auto//motivate

38

bi-

L.

Adj

Adj

bi//focal, bi//manual, bi//lateral, bi//colored, bi//polar

39

circum-

L.

Adj

Adj

circum//basal, circum//arctic, circum//meridian

40

circum-

L.

V

V

circum//bind, circum//glaze, circum//roll

41

counter-

F.

N

N

counter//influence, counter//wall, counter//move

42

di-

Gr.

N

N

di//arch, di//chloride, di//iodite, di//methyl

43

di-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

di//gastric, di//cotyledonous, di//chromic, di//basic

44

en-, em-

F.

V

N

en//cage, en//crown, en//slave, em//bale, em//plane

45

epi-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

epi//basal, epi//central, epi//focal, epi//dermal

46

ex-

L.

N

N

ex//champion, ex//president, ex//secretary, ex//wife

47

extra-

L.

Adj

Adj

extra//natural, extra//ordinary, extra//territorial

48

fore-

A.S.

V

V

fore//go, fore//gird, fore//think, fore//run, fore//say

49

fore-

A.S.

N

N

fore//finger, fore//tooth, fore//castle, fore//speech

50

hypo-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

hypo//dermic, hypo//basal, hypo//active, hypo//glossal

51

inter-

L.

V

V

inter//point, inter//change

52

inter-

L.

N

N

inter//community, inter//agreement, inter//growth

53

inter-

L.

Adj

Adj

inter//penetrative, inter//active, inter//jacent

54

intra-

L.

Adj

Adj

intra//arterial, intra//capsular, intra//nuclear

55

mal-

F.

N

N

mal//administration, mal//practice, mal//conduct

56

meta-

L.

Adj

Adj

meta//arthritic, meta//infective, meta//pneumonic

57

meta-

L.

N

N

meta//jelatin, meta// cresol, meta//phrase, meta//physician

58

micro-

L.

N

N

micro//ampere, micro//volt, micro//biology, micro//wave

59

mid-

A.S.

N

N

mid//summer, mid//night, mid//winter, mid//day, mid//November

60

multi-

L.

Adj

Adj

multi//florous, multi//nuclear, multi//personal

61

neo-

Gr.

N

N

neo//colonialism, neo//materialism, neo//cyanite

62

pan-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

pan//American, pan//European, pan//African, pan//British

63

pan-

Gr.

N

N

pan//grammatist, pan//logism, pan//slavism

64

para-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

para//chordal, para//sternal, para//central

65

per-

L.

N

N

per//chloride, per//iodote, per//carbide, per//acid

66

peri-

L.

Adj

Adj

per//ibranchial, per//chordal, per//ibronchial

67

peri-

L.

N

N

peri//arthritis, peri//nephritis, peri//neuritis

68

poly-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

poly//atomic, poly//chromatic, poly//angular

69

post-

L.

Adj

Adj

post//war, post//Adamic, post//Darwinian

70

pre-

L.

Adj

Adj

pre//Darwinian, pre//Raphaelite, pre//war

71

pre-

L.

N

N

pre//history, pre//equipment, pre//condition

72

pre-

L.

V

V

pre//heat, pre//arrange, pre//pay

73

preter-

L.

Adj

Adj

preter//natural, preter//essential, preter//native

74

pro-

L.

N

N

pro//consul, pro//rector, pro//tribune, pro//reality

75

pro-

L.

Adj

Adj

pro//subatontival

76

pro-

L.

Adj

Adj

pro//British, Pro//American, pro//educational

77

proto-

Gr.

N

N

proto//parent, proto//ideal, proto//pattern

78

pseudo-

Gr.

N

N

pseudo//patriot, pseudo//philosophy, pseudo//reality

79

pseudo-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

pseudo//religious, pseudo//romantic, pseudo//dramatic

80

retro-

Gr.

N

N

retro//gress, retro//flexion, retro//action

81

retro-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

retro//operative, retro//date, retro//frontal

82

semi-

L.

Adj

Adj

semi//dry, semi//attached, semi//official, semi//Arian

83

semi-

L.

N

N

semi//god, semi//ape, semi//barbarism

84

sub-

L.

N

N

sub//searcher, sub//man, sub//officer, sub//delegate

85

sub-

L.

Adj

Adj

sub//angular, sub//caliber, subchronic, sub//febrile

86

super-

L.

Adj

Adj

super//sensitive, super//fine, super//serviceable

87

super-

L.

N

N

super//irritation, super//film

88

supra-

L.

Adj

Adj

supra//lunary, supra//spiral, supra//folian

89

sur-

F.

N

N

sur//name, sur//coat, sur//base, sur//cingle

90

trans-

L.

Adj

Adj

trans//African, trans//Siberian, trans//Atlantic

91

tri-

Gr.

Adj

Adj

tri//locular, tri//nominal, tri//elementary

92

twi-

A.S.

Adj

Adj

twi//coloured, twi//faced, twi//forked

93

ultra-

L.

Adj

Adj

ultra//fashionable, ultra//modern, ultra//revolutionary

94

ultra-

L.

N

N

ultra//educationist, ultra//reactionist, ultra//dandyism

95

vice-

L.

N

N

vice//collector, vice//dean, vice//president, vise//governor

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