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The longest word in the French language is intergouvernementalisations, which is a plural form of the word intergouvernementalisation. It literally refers to the processes or instances of making something "intergovernmental".
This word's made up of 7 syllables (in-ter-gou-ver-ne-men-ta-li-sa-tions) and 27 letters in total.
This French word is a plural noun.
Here's a grammatical breakdown of the word intergouvernementalisations (prefix, noun and suffixes):
- inter-: A prefix indicating "between" or "among."
- gouvernement: The French word for "government."
- -al: A suffix indicating "pertaining to" or "related to."
- -isat: A suffix used in the formation of nouns from verbs, indicating "the act of making or causing."
- -ions: A suffix forming nouns indicating "the result or state of."
- -s: A plural suffix.