Category:Morphology
Feature:Prefixing vs. Suffixing in Inflectional Morphology WALS
Name:Strongly suffixing
Languages (291):
Conlangs (243):
Qþyn|gài
Ayeri
Livagian [phonologically]
Poswa
Hasu Khomiyo
Qahta
Gevey
Viksen
Bryatesle
Novegradian
Þrjótrunn
Zhyler
Khafos
Jezzali
Dravean
Jaibi
Rhean
Jarolim
Khangathyagon
Marijo
Quenya
Chamanar
Jarda
Jaghri
Esperanto
Classical Arithide
Redspeech
All major inflectional categories marked with suffixes except oblique person marking and determiners. Prefixing often used for derivation, however.
Terpish
Rithande
Modern Arithide
Adeyan
Neo-Khitanese
Celíminé
Naisek
Dahilese
Bashika
Tinzirean
Tersales
'Yemls
Vallese
Velyan
Wenedyk
Meftla
Imuthan
Missa
Yulasa
Classical Rossan
Austrian
Rång
Sjal
Avorenta
Ruzian
Longrimol
Ouxu
Eezee
Alpic
Nova
The only prefixes are the patientive person/number markers, incorporated adverbs and instruments and the rare incorporated object.
Rossan
Krig
Yivrian
Géarthnuns
Neimalu
Zanese
Dacayan
Deiku
Wilas
matorian
Labasje
Rnihonön
Dzuutani
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Uirian
Denaden
Cenyani
Elesu
Shuran
Ampizd
Uzkian
Majlang
Prakyũ (Classical)
Sentalian
Beringian
Ngaru
Audente
Avrelang
Larler
Hemackle
Raig
nedefinati
Ataican
Laroitian
Islysian
Myonian
Kassunetian
Celdirin
Proto-Ksqrian
Baranxe'i
Tmaśareʔ
Salhari
Nauspayr
Sakawi
Cerstan
Anshanish
Mugini
Verunic
Trikuharric
Manchu
Tlaymyts
Korpasian
Simbri
Qitatyattas
Nayraki
L'starfish Klam
Average language
Arano
Kopfberger German
anotherunnamed
Lup (Simplified)
K'u1k'uts'
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Mamambam
Vrlungla
Enterdese
Borchennymendi
Alahithian
Omluuet
Lántas
Hercsex
Massalian
Vishak
kolesch Speech
Alakulian
Idhunaic
Modern low Ponuhi
Maja
Başam
Doayâu
City Speech
Kaujasakka
Inilt
Old Zarcosian
Thensarian
Jumban
Shokitin
Begonian
Coral Reef language
Levran
Old Nevotak
Black speech
No prefixes.
Raxic
Ilaini
Satang
Apelcheq Maulochsab
Meino
Phitonic
Sunbyaku
Ixe Wa
Adinjo
Thȧtareni
Amqoli
Keihansoukaishi
Sǔra
Achiyitqan
Fritheyish
Mezhat
Caryatic
Iathi
Derovian
Averagelang
yashde
Savvinic
Yeqochun
Qhirem
Workinprogressian
Mira
Siaswo
Delniit
Valthungian
Lwaitel
Temporary1
Deinau
Settamu
Ndatshok
Laefevesi
Pach'o
Proto-Tampoluric
Clofabian
Yuzojo
Suiacuili
South Germanic
Oklane
Opus
Patuximis
Thuun
Arcaicam Esperantom
Ido
Mondlango
Velan
diSellat
Kirronga
Valkanshia
Interlingua Antic
Uropi
Jywe
Onnasurin
Weakwan
Thosk
Hanolen
Carrajina
Common Honey
Selade
Dheneydabus
Magralgarlu
Qrai
Old Sumrë
Lortho
Illicraic
CALS Average Feature Values
Average Conlang
Zheymi
Enlalen
Atlam
Seignuric
Kayronic
Novial
Matanin
Westlandish
Unish
Bologau
Melfem
Intal
Interlingue (Occidental)
Zdetl
Sambahsa
Gavaro
Kavrinian
Chlouvanem
Empolese
Choton
Tangachi

Natlangs (48):
English
French
Hungarian
Indonesian
Japanese
Russian
Spanish
Turkish
Finnish
Alamblak
Amele
Asmat
Awa Pit
Burmese
Epena Pedee
Evenki
German
Grebo
Greek (Modern)
Greenlandic (West)
Hindi
Hunzib
Ingush
Iraqw
Kayardild
Kewa
Khalkha
Khoekhoe
Kannada
Kanuri
Kobon
Korean
Lezgian
Mapudungun
Martuthunira
Ngiyambaa
Oromo (Harar)
Piraha
Quechua (Imbabura)
Shipibo-Konibo
Yagua
Yaqui
Yukaghir (Kolyma)
Polish
Mundari
Nenets
Trumai
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)