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For all questions about the use and meaning of affixes, i.e. prefixes and suffixes.

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Some words don't have opposites. People often think of invisible (nevidebla) as the opposite of visible (videbla) but it isn't. It's either see-able or it's not.
answered Dec 24 '16 by Airvian
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Je can't be a prefix, ĉe is less common than other prepositions but it's used, like ĉeesti and other forms of that word. I don't see how la could be a prefix so you're probably right on that one.
answered Dec 1 '16 by Airvian
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Although I wouldn't use malino or really say it makes much sense, I've seen it a couple times and now know what it is. Only on the internet and as a stand-alone word, like in a form you fill out where …
answered Apr 19 '17 by Airvian