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Latin Suffixes

Etymology

SuffixMeaning
-al (-ial, -eal) pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
-ane, -(e)an, -ian, [-ain] pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
-ar pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
-ose (-iose) full of
-ous (-ious, -eous) full of, having the character of, like
-(u)lent, -(o)lent full of, disposed to
-ic, -tic pertaining to, like
-ary pertaining to, connected with, having the character of
-ile, -il pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
-ine pertaining to, like, of
-ate, -it(e) possessing, being, etc.
-ant, -ent, (-ient) = -ing
-able, -ible able to be, able to, tending to
-ile able to be, able to, tending to
-acious tending to, inclined to
-itious tending to, characterized by
-id tending to, inclined to
-ulous tending to, inclined to
-ive tending to, inclined to
-uous tending to, inclined to
-ory tending to, serving for
-ity (-ety, -ty) quality of, state of
-(i)tude quality of, state of
-acy quality or state of being or having
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