-ese
Suffix
  1. ngd Used to form adjectives and nouns describing things and characteristics of a city, region, or country, such as the people and the language spoken by these people.
    Viennese waltz (sausage, etc), Maltese falcon, Chinese, Togolese, Beninese, Congolese, Milanese, Parmese, Japanese, Faroese
  2. ngd Used to form nouns meaning the jargon used by a particular profession or in a particular context.
    journal + -ese → journalese
    legal + -ese → legalese
    translation + -ese → translationese
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