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Information and examples are from work by Michael Rießler and Rogier Blokland, as noted below. These forms are used on native stems according to Michael Rießler and Rogier Blokland (personal communication), although no examples of hybrids are given below.
3 pragmatic particles
=dak ‘topic’ (the exact function of the source form is described as “the preceding linguistic expression, say A, represents information, say x, on which a certain thought is based” (Post 2006: 495)) (no examples of hybrid formations) (Rießler, personal communication, February 2012)
‑ka ‘hortative’, e.g. vancla‑ka ‘(let him) go!’ (Blokland and Rießler 2011: 15)
1 negative indefinite prefix
nie‑ ‘negative indefinite’, forming expressions like ‘nobody, nowhere, nothing’ from expressions like ‘who, where, what’ (no examples of hybrid formations) (Rießler 2007: 237–238) (see also Blokland and Rießler 2011: 14–15)
1 agent nominalizer