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A fusional language is a type of synthetic language, distinguished from agglutinative languages by their tendency to overlay many morphemes to denote grammatical, syntactic, or semantic change. For example, the Spanish language verb comer ("to eat") can be expressed in first-person past perfect tense as comí, a word formed removing the "-er" suffix of the verb and replacing it by "-í", that indicate such specific meaning.

Examples of fusional Indo-European languages are: Sanskrit, Greek (classical and modern), Lithuanian, Latvian, Pashto, Polish, Russian, German, Icelandic, Croatian, Serbian, Czech, French, Irish, Albanian, Latin, Punjabi, and the Iberian Romance dialect continuum. Another notable group of fusional languages is the Semitic languages group. A high degree of fusion is also found in many Sami languages, such as Skolt Sami. Unusually for a natively North American language, Navajo is sometimes described as fusional due to its complex and inseparable verb morphology.

An illustration of fusionality is the Latin word bonus ("good"). The ending -us denotes masculine gender, nominative case, and singular number. Changing any one of these features requires replacing the suffix -us with a different one. In the form bonum, the ending -um denotes masculine accusative singular, neuter accusative singular, or neuter nominative singular.

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