In cases where
日 is productively attached as a suffix to an already complete word, what is the canonical reading of this character? I mean cases, when a connecting article
の is dropped and
日 becomes a suffix, but does not form an entirely new word with its own meaning and reading.
ふりこみびNot found on 読み方は, found on a random webpage.
These examples hint that
び is the reading of the productive suffix. But is it really so? Are there words that are formed this way, but the
日 there would be read e.g.
I could not find an entry describing this neither in 大辞林, EDICT, goo辞書 nor weblio. That surprises me, because EDICT has a
n-suf flag for such suffixes, 大辞林 either directly marks the word as
接尾 or describes its usage as “名詞の下に付いて…”.
性 can stand as an example.
Is there any dictionary that would list this suffix with its reading?
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