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I found several people who think らぐ is some kind of suffix, but looks like this is not explicitly listed in dictionaries as a standalone suffix. If らぐ is a suffix, it should be similar in purpose to English -ate used to turn words into verbs (e.g., formulate, activate). https://kogani.com/text/japanese/arekore_11.html 動詞には接尾辞を伴った(ように思える)言葉があります。例としては"...


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