A letter, letters, syllable, or syllables added or appended to the end of a word or a root to modify the meaning; a postfix.
A subscript mark, number, or letter. See Subscript, a.
To add or annex to the end, as a letter or syllable to a word; to append.
an affix attached to the end of a base, root, or stem that changes meaning or grammatical function of the word, as -en added to ox- to form oxen.
something added to the end of a word that changes the wordâ€™s meaning or adds extra information; for example, with the word play, the suffix -er indicates a person who plays, while played puts the action in the past, and plays confirms that the subject of the verb is third person singular. See also AFFIX and PREFIX.
A word part that is added to the ending of a root word and establishes the part of speech of that word. For example, the suffix -ly added to immediate, a noun, creates the word, immediately, an adverb or adjective.
bound morpheme added on to the end of a word and which indicates its grammatical function: cow/ cows, the men / the men's, sex / sexism.
2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12 10 An affix attached to the end of a base, root or stem that changes the meaning or grammatical function of a word, as - en added to form oxen.
A substring of characters at the end of a string.
An added sound, syllable, or group of syllables placed after a word to form a new word, to change the meaning of a word, or to indicate grammatical function: light, lighted, lighter, lightest, lightness, lightly.
Letters, numbers or symbols printed after the serial number on a banknote.
a letter group that is added to the end of a base (root) word; e.g., - ant, -er, -ist)
a syllable or group of syllables attached to the end of a word or root to change its meaning (s, ed, ing)
A letter or syllable added at the end of a word or root to modify its meaning.
an affix that is added following a root or stem, for example the boldface parts of legal ize, nation al.
an addition placed at the end of a word to form a derivative: e.g., prepare—preparation; sing—singing (cf. prefix).
A suffix is a morpheme that is added to a word to create another word by derivation. Felon thus becomes a second noun by adding “-y” felony, and an adjective by adding “-ous” felonious.
an affix that is added at the end of the word
attach a suffix to; "suffix words"
a group of letters attached to the end of a word that changes the meaning of the word
a group of letters at the end of a word which changes the word's meaning and often its part of speech
a group of letters that you add to the end of a root word
a group of letters which is added to the end of a word that changes how a word is used as a part of speech
a letter or a group of letters that has special meaning and appears at the end of a word
a letter or group of letters added at
a letter or group of letters that is added to the end of a root word and has meaning when it stands alone
a letter or word part you add to the end of a base word or root word
a letter, which is added to the number value and indicates that the calculator must multiply this value by the specific coefficient
a morpheme which is added after a root morpheme in the formation of a word
an affix that is attached after a stem
an affix that is attached to the end of a root or stem
an ending used on a personal name, such as Junior (Jr) and Senior (Sr)
a part of a personal name that generally appears at the end of the name, e
a part-word added to the end of a word to change its meaning
a style at the end
a syllable added to the end of a root word that changes the meaning of the word or creates a new word
a syllable (or syllables) added to the end of a root to create a new word
a tag at the end of a word that primarily changes its part of speech, and can also occasionally alter its meaning
a word element that is placed after the root
a word ending that attaches to a word stem
a word part that is attached to the end of a word
a word part that is placed at the end of a word to change
A word part that is added to the ending of a root word and establishes the part of speech of that word (e.g. the suffix -ly added to immediate, an adjective, creates the word immediately, an adverb). See also Prefix, Root
A piece of the word that comes after the root, adding information or modifying the root in some way. Suffixes in English include the of " houses" and the -ed of " waited."
This is a small ending you put onto a word that changes its meaning or grammar. For example, He felt help less as the tiger padded towards him. His detemina tion saw him through to the end of the race.
is the letter or group of letters added to the end of a root word; it establishes the part of speech.
An affix attached at the end of a base word or word root.
A morpheme that can be added to the ends of words to change the meaning.
A suffix is a type of affix attached to the end of a word. Example:-ed, -able, -ly
The cattery name at the end of the cat's name, if any, indicating the cattery in which the cat resides. Usually preceded by "of." In the name "CH Sheenah's Ashley of Ashmanor, DM" the suffix is "Ashmanor" (" DM" is a title) which indicates that this cat lives at the Ashmanor cattery.
A group of letters that comes after a base or root word that change the meaning of the word.
The tail end of a file name. Usually begins with a period, like or .ms.
An affix attached to the end of a word. For example: Take the words thin, scholar and bear, add the suffixes - ness, - ship, - able and you get thinness, scholarship, and bearable.
An auxiliary syllable that attaches to the end of a base or root word to change the meaning of the word. For example, â€œarianâ€ (one who does) attached to â€œdisciplineâ€ (direction or control) gives â€œdisciplinarianâ€, one who exerts control or gives direction.
a stuck-on ending (opposite of "prefix")
A part of a file name, added at the end, separated from other suffixes or the base file name by some punctuation, such as a period (.).
morpheme added to the end of a root word (such as -ish in unselfish).
A morph which follows (occurs to the right of) a stem or base.
added to the end of a word to make a derivative
Number or letter that comes after a serial sequence.
suffix (a.k.a root, base) is one of many terms used to describe the topmost entry in a DIT. The term is typically used because this entry is usually defined in the suffix parameter in a OpenLDAP's slapd.conf file. The Root DSE is a kinda super root. Suffix Naming.
A group of letters added to the end of a word to form a new word. For example: when ful is added to the word help, a new word is formed: helpful.
A meaningful ending which modifies the meaning of the root word to which it is attached.
bound morpheme that occurs at the end of free morpheme.
The registered cattery name of the current owner of a cat, located at the end of a cat's name preceded by the word "of".
A suffix is a word element added to the end of a word, forming a new word or serving as an inflectional ending. gentle ness
An addition to the designation; consisting of letters and/or numbers, often used to indicate variants of a series.
Addition to the designation, consisting of letters and/or numbers, for example, it may indicate variants of a series.