-telь

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Old Church Slavonic[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Praslovenski *-teljь.

Suffix[uredi]

-tel҄ь (-telʹĭ)

  1. -er, -or; Deverbative nominalizing suffix used to create a masculine agent noun. Usually derived from infinitive (or "aorist") stem of verbs, rarely from root-class verbs, such as:
    Some nouns derive from infinitive stem in -a- or -ѣ-:
    The most common are the nouns with infinitive in -i-:

Derived terms[uredi]

Kategorija Staroslovenski reči sa nastavkom -telь nije pronađena

Related terms[uredi]


Russian[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Praslovenski *-teljь. Cognate to Staroslovenski -telь (-telĭ), Srpski -telj and Češki -tel.

Pronunciation[uredi]

Suffix[uredi]

-telь (-telʹm

  1. -er (a suffix appended to words to create a masculine noun, usually denoting a profession, performer of an action or a human relation)
    pisátь (pisátʹ, to write) + ‎-telь (-telʹ) → ‎pisátelь (pisátelʹ, writer)
    predstávitь (predstávitʹ, to represent) + ‎-telь (-telʹ) → ‎predstavítelь (predstavítelʹ, representative)

Usage notes[uredi]

  • The stress is usually drawn onto the preceding syllable (but see slúšatelь (slúšatelʹ, listener)).

Declension[uredi]

Derived terms[uredi]

Kategorija Ruski reči sa nastavkom -telь nije pronađena