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ESPAÑOL (English follows) Se emplea el sufijo "ear" en la formación de un infinitivo para expresar la repetición de una acción o su reiteración. Este es el caso para los ejemplos que propones: Zapatear: Dar golpes (más de uno) en el suelo con los pies calzados. Tutear: Hablar a alguien empleando el pronombre de segunda persona. Con su uso se borran todos ...


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I have never heard 'chiquititita', although I have heard people using suffixes in the way you describe. The root of that word would be chiquito/ta, so you could form 'chiquitito' (no extra 'ti'). As you can see in the definition the word itself is the diminutive form of chico (which can be understood also as an adjetive meaning "small") With "chiquitito" ...


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I think some of them depend on regional variations (-iño for example is something that you would hear in the north of Spain, influenced by Galician speakers). Other suffixes may contain different inflections (-illo may contain an emotional inflection). Dinerito vs dinerillo Hombrecito vs hombrecillo Also -illo may depict things that are smaller ...



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