An affix (/æfɪks/) is a morpheme that is attached to a word stem to form a new word or word form. They can be subdivided into adfixes and infixes, the former being further subdivided into prefixes, and suffixes.
Infixes are generally uncommon in English, however adfixes are very common.
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- https://www.grammar-]]s monster.com/glossary/affixes.htm