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The suffix (genitive -ónis, stem ón-), usually added to verb-stems (see § 236. c), is sometimes used with noun-stems to form nouns denoting possessed of. These were originally adjectives expressing quality or character, and hence often appear as proper names: -

a. Rarely suffixes are added to compound stems imagined, but not used in their compound form: -