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Usually it means that the word is an adverb (modifier for verbs, adjectives or other adverbs). Adverbs are commonly made from adjectives. Note the adjective USUAL, by appending -LY to it we make it an adverb.
The word LULLY is no adverb. It is the name of a French composer (XVII century) .

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What is the definition of an suffix and a prefix i would like to know about it please give me information from the dictionary?


Prefixes and suffixes are grammatical and lingual "affixes." Prefixes are affixed before and suffixes after a base word or word stem to add information. For example, with the word "prehistoric," the prefix is "pre-" meaning "before," the base word is "history" meaning "recorded events and knowledge", and the suffix is "-ic" meaning "relating to the science of."
In other words, "prefix" simply refers to an attachment before or in front of, in this case, a shorter word or stem. In lingual terms, a "stem" is the main part of a word to which prefixes and suffixes can be added and may not necessarily be a word itself, such as "dod" in "doddle."
Similarly, "suffix" refers to an attachment after the end of an existing word or stem, serving to form a new word or functioning as an inflectional ending, for example, "s" or "es" to make for plurality.

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What are some words with -gen suffix


Hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, mutagen, carcinogen, etc. The suffix -gen means "giving rise to."

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Encoded


Um, there isn't really a suffix here, unless you mean the "-ed" part, which is just the past tense form of encode.

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Suffixes


Compose does not have a suffix. It may be considered to have a prefix, which would be "com-". Com- as a prefix usually means "together."

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What is an Adherent suffix


This is not a proper question. Are you asking what suffixes does "Adherent" take, or what suffixes does "Adherent" already have?

I believe the answer to both might be "There aren't any." Adhere is a verb. Adherent is an adjective. If you want to pretend that adding "-nt" to adhere is a suffix, then I suppose it would have the meaning of "takes the form of" or "has the properties of." Adhere means "to stick to." Therefore, "adherent" could be "sticky."

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What does the suffix 'dad' mean in spanish


Same as the suffix -ty in English?

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What does the suffix carni mean?


the suffix "carni" is derived from the latin word for "meat" (caro)
- samples are "carnival" (farewell to meat before lent)
- "carnivore" = "meat eater"

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Prefix and suffix of segregation


Segregation
Segregate
"se" is the prefix meaning: "from" or "away"
"greg" is the root of the word meaning "group" or "united" or "union"
"tion" is the suffix meaning "result of" or "state of" or "act of"
"ate" (for segregate) would be the suffix meaning: "make" or "cause".
Hope this helped!

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Give examples of noun derivative


noun derivative - a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.

You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.


You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.
In your earlier years of schooling, you must have been done with exercises and development activities on the use of prefixes
A prefix- is a group of letters added before a word or base to alter its meaning and form a new word. In contrast, a suffix is a group of letters added after a word or base.
5 Example of prefixes:
Prefixes MEANING EXAMPLES
ana- up, back, again analogy, anatomy, anagram
anti- against antipathy, antiwar, antisocial
apo- from, away from apology, apologize
com- with, together communal, community
con- with, together connect, confide conspire
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
In this lesson, you will deal with deriving words through the use of suffixes.
A suffix added to the end of a root word.
5 Example of suffixes:
Suffixes Meaning Example
-ics things having to do with optics, physics
-ism the belief in pacifism, terrorism, socialism, communism
-logy study field of biology, geology, etymology, cardiology
-or, -er one who takes part in doctor, actor, teacher, driver
-sis act, state, condition of analysis
We have, for example, a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.
This is called a noun derivative
A noun that becomes an adjective by adding a suffix is called an adjective derivative
Example of Adjective Derivative:
subject- subjective
addict- addictive
react- reactive
success- successive
care- careless
ugly- ugliness
hope- hopeless
steel- steely
accept- acceptable
obey - obedient
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
These are but few ways by which we can identify how words are derived.

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Need carriage return sent after data


Download the product reference guide forr this scanner from www.symbol.com

Find the following barcodes, print them annd then scan then in this order:

scan options.
data > suffix
Enter.

This should resolve your problem.

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