Meaning of -ISH in English

-ISH

adjective suffix Etymology: Middle English, from Old English -isc; akin to Old High German -isc, ~, Greek -iskos, diminutive suffix of, relating to, or being, 2. characteristic of , inclined or liable to , 3. having a touch or trace of , having the approximate age of

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