Meaning of -EME in English

ˌēm noun suffix

( -s )

Etymology: French -ème thing, unit (in phonème speech sound), from Greek -ēmat-, -ēma (in phōnēmat-, phōnēma utterance), from -ē- (stem vowel of phōnein to sound) + -mat-, -ma (noun suffix) — more at -ment

: significantly distinctive unit of structure of a (specified) kind in a language or dialect

morph eme

ton eme

— compare allo-

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