How did the roots or substantial portions of words become modified or inflected?
The Parson blurted an expletive, inflected like the profane.
Like naht were also inflected brust, breast, and burc, citadel.
As in the case of Latin, we have some inflected French forms in English.
One, like self and other, is so far a substantive, that it is inflected.
With exception of the above, the adjective is not inflected in the singular.
Inflected forms with -i are not found in any part of the verb.
Koennen, to can, or be able, is inflected much in the same manner.
In optics, the deviation of the rays of light from the true focus, when inflected by a lens or speculum.
The Coptic language is not an inflected one; and it has very few affixes.