Japanese is generally an agglutinative language. So what does this actually mean? You must have heard of this in high school, but I will try to explain you in a few lines. The term "to agglutinate" was derived from the latin verb "agglutinare", which means "to glue together". Such languages have very few irregular verbs. The meaning of a specific verb can be changed by conjugating it. Conjugation in this sense basically means removing a part of a given word and then attaching morphemes…
URARTIAN SHEET BRONZE HORSE, HARNESS FRONTLET, EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C...Uratians spoke an Agglutinative Language, and they not the ancestors of the Armenians...HOW HAYS BECAME 'ARMENIANS' by Prof.Firidun Agasyoglu Jalilov (Firudin Celilov)
Pazyryk 5th c BC and Sumerian 3500 BC - Sumerians are non-indo-european, non-semitic people and spoke agglutinative language like Turkish . Pazyryk people spoke Turkish, they are Saka (Scythian)-Oghuz Turks.(Prof.Dr.F.Agasıoglu Celilov)
Brief description of Sumerian grammar by Dr. Fumi Karahashi (Chuo univ associate professor of oriental studies ) Says both Sumerian and Japanese are agglutinative langauges (ADD PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES TO NOUN AND VERB STEMS) Want to study an agglutinative language.