Adjective Suffixes, Definition and Examples

English Adjective Suffixes List, Definition and Examples

Adjective Suffixes, Definition and Examples


Adjective Suffixes

A suffixe is ​​a group of letters / letters added to the end of the word to create a new word or change the grammatical function (part of the conversation) of the original word. When added to a noun, verb or adjective, the suffixes that form nouns (noun derivative suffixes) and the meanings they add to the word are as follows:

Demonstrative Adjectives
Descriptive Adjectives
Compound Adjectives
Opposite Adjectives
Positive Attitude Adjectives
Possessive Adjectives
Quantitative Adjectives
Degrees of Adjectives
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Irregular Adjectives

Suffixes Deriving Nouns From Adjectives

-ness

Derives abstract noun from adjective.

Example: Weakness, happiness, closeness



-th

Derives abstract noun from adjective.

Example: Depth, width

-ce

Derives nouns from adjective.

Example: Difference, absence

-bility

Derives abstract noun from adjective.

Example: Visibility, ability, probability

-isms

Derives abstract noun from adjective.

Example: Magnetism, naturalism

-y

Derives nouns from adjective.

Example: Messy, difficulty, rainy

-tyr

Derives a given name from the adjective.

Example: Certainty

-ity

Derives nouns from adjective.

Example: Equality


Suffixes Deriving Noun From Noun

-ship

Derives concrete name from name

Example: Membership, friendship

-dom

Derives name from name.

Example: Freedom

-hood

Derives abstract name from name.

Example: Childhood, brotherhood, neighborhood

-ist

Derives name from name.

Example: Economist, chemist, linguist

Suffixes deriving nouns from verbs

-ence, -ance

Derives nouns from verbs.

Example: Reference, convenience, avoidance

-ion, -ation, -ition, -tion, -ssion, -cation, -ption, -sion,

Examples: Discussion, assumption, observation, application, admission, expansion, opposition, production

-er, -or, -ar

Examples: Begger, driver, translator

-y, -ery, -ity

Examples: Prosperity, delivery, robbery

-ist, -yst, -ant

Examples: Typist, analyst

-get

Examples: Trial, proposal

-ure, -ture

Examples: Pressure, mixture

-ment

Examples: Arrangement, measurement

-age

Examples: Leakage, usage

-ly



For the words that end with “-y”, “-y” becomes “-i”, it takes “ly”, and for words that end with “-ll”, it takes only “-y”. Words ending with “-ic” will take “-aly”. For the words that end with “-e”, “-e” falls, “-ly” takes. Words such as “ver, well and near” that do not receive attachments are envelopes.

Examples: Easly, commonly, fully, electronicaly, simply, monthly, wards, sideways, northwards, clockwise, crosswise

Note: The order of the envelope in the sentence is “manner + place + frequency + time” and its translation is made from the last. The order of envelopes of the same type is written from private to general.

For example; the car was tested thoroughly in the laboratory several times last year.

Note: The science names that end with the “s” tag are singular and can be translated either by themselves or by taking the science tag in translation.

For example; “Physics”

 

 

 

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