Abstract Nouns (Derived)
Abstract nouns are derived from common nouns or adjectives by the use of three semiproductive suffixes:
"there are also adjectival NAgs (Parson's DN type) and, in the singular, some feminine long NAgs are used as abstract nouns, e.g. masaniya 'knowledge' or matashiya 'reminder'" 
In Hausa: Suna na Badini
Misalai: rad'ad'i, talauci, ilimi
- ↑ The Hausa Language An Encyclopedic Reference Grammar, Paul Newman, pp. 5
- ↑ Studies in Hausa: Language and Linguistics By Graham Furniss, Philip J. Jaggar (Location 2322)
Pages in category "Abstract Nouns"
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