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Old 03-04-2011, 10:09 PM   #9
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What examples are there of Turkish sources using such a word prior to the Macedonian revolutionaries, and how long prior?
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Originally Posted by Deni
Комит, комита, комитаџија and комитаџилак are undoubtedly Turkish for this very reason: the suffixes -cı and -lık are assimilated into Macedonian as -, -џија and -лак.
In Macedonian one doesn't need to use the Turkish suffixes, the sing. komita and plur. komiti are common enough.
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