Definition of -kin

1. Suffix. (context: Now chiefly dialectal) A suffix used to form adjectives expressing resemblance or likeness to, similar to (term -like). ¹



2. Suffix. A suffix used to form nouns having qualities of or belonging to a particular kind, class, or sort. ¹

3. Suffix. (context now _ archaic) Forming diminutives of nouns. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of -kin

-istically
-ite
-itis
-itol
-itude
-ity
-ium
-ive
-ization
-ize
-izzle
-ja
-k
-k-
-ki-
-kin (current term)
-kin-
-kind
-kinesis
-kins
-lalia
-land
-landia
-latry
-le
-leafed
-lepsy
-lept
-leptic
-les-

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