This chapter details adjectives that are not derived from verbs. These include various composite relational adjectives and their historical extension from a suffix that became a genitive, variants conditioned by dissimilation and derived by metanalysis, adjectives of appurtenance, characteristic, material, proclivity, plenitude, provision, and source, Germanic agentives, and substantivized neuter locationals.
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