<suffix>

1. A suffix used to form adjectives denoting attribution of an action (consequent) or state (existent).

2. A suffix used to form nouns denoting an agent (coefficient; president).

Compare: -ant.

Origin: from or suggested by French -ent or Latin -ent-, pres. part. stem of verbs.

(06 Feb 2009)

enstatite, enstrophe, ensu, ensu method, ENT < Prev | Next > ent-, entactin, entad, ental

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<prefix>

A prefix signifying within.

(05 Feb 2009)

enstrophe, ensu, ensu method, ENT, -ent < Prev | Next > entactin, entad, ental, ental origin

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