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Postby benissimus » Thu Sep 11, 2003 9:37 pm

Can anyone think of any prepositions/prefices other than these:<br /><br />se<br />de<br />inter<br />circum<br />per<br />a/ab/abs<br />ad<br />super<br />ultra<br />infra<br />extra<br />intra<br />sub<br />contra<br />prae<br />pro<br />ante<br />iuxta<br />cum/con<br />prope<br />apud<br />in<br />e/ex<br />usque<br />propter<br />sine<br />ob/obs<br />post<br />re/red
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Postby ingrid70 » Thu Sep 11, 2003 9:49 pm

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Postby benissimus » Thu Sep 11, 2003 10:11 pm

Thanks.<br /><br />I need more brains! :)
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Postby Moerus » Fri Sep 12, 2003 1:42 am

cum / com / con / co<br />ob / obs / o / os<br />praeter<br />sub/sus/su<br />subter<br />trans/tra<br />amb/am/an<br />au<br />dis/di/dir<br />ne<br />neg<br />por<br />adversum / adversus / ad ...versus<br />circa<br />citra/cis<br />erga<br />penes<br />praeter<br />prope/propius/proxime<br />secundum<br />supra<br />versus<br />coram<br />tenus<br /><br /><br />So, I think we have the most frequent ones. Although, some of these can only be used as prepositions, others only as prefixes and others as both. E. g.: au (aufugere) or amb/am/an (ambire, amplecti, anquirere) can only be used as a prefix. But you figuered that out for yourself. ;) I hope I helped you. What do you need this for anyway? <br /><br />Greetz<br /><br />Philippus Moerus.
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