Conjunct Prefixes

Some articles on conjunct, prefixes:

Dependent And Independent Verb Forms - Old Irish
... but related phenomena in Old Irish the contrast between absolute and conjunct verb endings, and the contrast between prototonic and deuterotonic forms ... Old Irish verbs that have no prefixes, called "simple verbs", have two sets of endings, absolute and conjunct ... The conjunct endings are used after a variety of grammatical particles, including among others the negative particle nĂ­ ("not"), the interrogative particle in, and prepositions combined with the relative pronoun (e.g ...
Navajo Language - Grammar - Verbs - Verb Template
... The prefixes that occur on a Navajo verb are added in specified more or less rigid order according to prefix type ... most Navajo verbs are not as complex as the template would seem to suggest the maximum number of prefixes is around eight ... The Navajo verb is composed of a verb stem and a set of prefixes ...