Sample (from 41 notes)
|English||someone who professionally, continually or preferably occupies themselves with an activity, or an adept or supporter of an idea.|
|Examples||instruisto (teacher) dentisto (dentist) abelisto (a beekeeper) komunisto (a communist) registaro (a government, from 'rule, govern' and -aro)|
|English||beginning, sudden, or momentary action (often perfective)|
|Examples||ekbruli (to catch fire, from 'burn') ekdormi (to fall asleep) ekami (to fall in love) ekkrii (to cry out) ekvidi (to catch sight of) ekde (since) ek al la batalo! (off to war!) ek! (hop to!)|
|Examples||pagenda (payable) lavenda (must be washed) legendaĵo (required reading)|
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I understand why the author made such a mistake, since the source material itself is imperfect, but there's more like 110 affixes officially used in Esperanto. And that's excluding unofficial affixes.
Thanks to author.