Verbs: Nominalizer Suffix


Nominalizer suffixes give noun-like qualities to the verb

Suffix Form Meaning
-en means “the person that” singular, for example adding en to the verb “she sings” means “the person that sings”
-na means “the people that” plural, for example adding na to “walked” means the people that walked
-i means “the thing that,” for example adding I to “flies” means “the thing that flies” or “airplane”
-t means “the place that”