Definition of Suffixal

1. Adjective. (context: of a word) That may be modified by the addition of a suffix ¹



2. Adjective. (context: of a term) Taking the role of a suffix ¹

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Definition of Suffixal

1. pertaining to or being a suffix [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suffixal

sufficience
sufficiences
sufficiencie
sufficiencies
sufficiency
sufficient
sufficient condition
sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof
sufficiently
sufficing
sufficingness
suffix
suffix notation
suffix tree
suffixable
suffixal (current term)
suffixation
suffixations
suffixed
suffixes
suffixhood
suffixing
suffixion
suffixions
suffixive
suffixless
suffixlike
suffixoid
suffixoids
sufflaminate

Literary usage of Suffixal

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1. The Art of the Player-piano: A Text-book for Student and Teacher by Sydney Grew (1922)
"Take the triple-time trochee 1-2 3; imagine a slight characteristic stress on the short; and add a one-count short, in suffixal relation. ..."

2. The Public School Latin Grammar for the Use of Schools, Colleges, and by Benjamin Hall Kennedy (1890)
"On the other hand, it is probable that the root äg is suffixal (ïg, âg, ïg, ûg) in various ... This is the most efficient suffixal letter in Aryan language. ..."

3. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"Nay, as the same law would apply with equal force to suffixal vowels, the suffix nu would have to be called пан or neu ; and, in explaining, for instance, ..."

4. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology by Ill.) University of Illinois (Urbana (1919)
"As to the scope of the compound and the suffixal passive Tr. has gone far, perhaps farther than most dialects, in the direction of substituting entirely the ..."

5. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers, Albert Stanburrough Cook (1903)
"The words which have preserved at least traces of the suffixal s fall into two classes: 289. The first class comprises those words which retain under all ..."

6. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers (1903)
"The words which have preserved at least traces of the suffixal s fall into two classes : 289. The first class comprises those words which retain under all ..."

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