suffix (plural suffixes)
- (grammar, linguistic morphology) A morpheme added at the end of a word to modify the word's meaning.
- Synonyms: affix
- Antonyms: prefix
- Hypernyms: affix
- The suffix "-able" changes "sing" into "singable".
- (mathematics) A subscript.
- (computing) A final segment of a string of characters.
- The string "abra" is both a prefix and a suffix of the string "abracadabra".
- French: suffixe
- German: Suffix (Suffixum, Affix (narrow sense), Affixum), Postfix, Nachsilbe, Anhängsilbe
- Italian: suffisso
- Portuguese: sufixo
- Russian: су́ффикс
- Spanish: sufijo
suffix (suffixes, present participle suffixing; past and past participle suffixed)
- (transitive) To append (something) to the end of something else.
- French: suffixer
- German: suffigieren (linguistics), mit einem Suffix versehen
- Portuguese: sufixar
- Spanish: sufijar