I just discovered the two conditional suffixes on vortaro.net:
But I don't understand the given exemples. Can someone help me translate, please ?
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la ofendutoj pardonu
According to the definition in PIV, and much like other participles, ofenduto means iu, kiun oni ofendus; just like ofendito means iu, kiun oni ofendis. Thus la ofendutoj pardonu means more or less ‘Those who would be offended should forgive.’
eĉ perfiduntan mi ŝin volas mia!
I have no idea what this means either, even without the -unt-participle. But perfidunta means ‘such that it would betray’. So perfidunta homo = homo, kiu perfidus iun.
EDIT: As Vincent Oostelbos pointed out, the example sentence probably should be parsed as follows:
Mi volas ŝin, eĉ perfiduntan, mia!
Thus this would mean something like: ‘I want her to be mine, even if she would betray me.’