Category:Morphology
Feature:Prefixing vs. Suffixing in Inflectional Morphology WALS
Name:Little affixation
Languages (84):
Conlangs (65):
Lojban
Kazujisha
inapo-sakai
Héhà
Gogido
Patakasama
SIAL
Waku There are a couple of common prefixes: the antipassive kei-, and the plural le-.
TIAL
Gac
Lemohai
Aaro
Rou
Dahu
Kumiko
Endehl
Doline
Lonmai Luna

Though derivational affixes do exist

Rarlang
Nevotak
Arroe
Himmaswa
toka na musume
Standard Hymmnos
Town Speech
Ancient Yakim Language
Poeplish
Palawa Kani
solresol
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Ukumusi
Fayn
Nahakhontl
Old Lonmai luna
Meditsrai
Gehui
Tengan
G70200
clikli dialect
Glosa
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
LipTalk
Limerian
Oedilaaiffe
Literary Fire
Neoquux
Kaingu
Classical Uraki
Iloyan
Anikuek
Lingua Franca Nova
Ensurti
Xingish
Nyan Myat
Interglossa
Kiriyow (Creole)
Pandunia
Wistanian
Voksigid
Dunia
Pandunia (Inflected)
Frater
Ame language
Huttese (fanmade)
Hallon

Natlangs (19):
Chamorro
Canela-Kraho
Fijian
Hausa
Hmong Njua
Ju|'hoan
Khmer
Khasi
Malagasy
Maori
Ndyuka
Rapanui
Sanuma
Tagalog
Thai
Vietnamese
Wari'
Yoruba
Koyraboro Senni