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affixable combined form of affix.
antedate to affix an earlier date, as to a document or event; predate. [1/3 definitions]
append to affix or attach. [1/2 definitions]
attach to join, fasten, or connect; affix. [1/4 definitions]
derivation a word formed by adding an affix to another word. [1/4 definitions]
diminutive in grammar, pertaining to an affix or word form that indicates smallness or familiarity, or denoting a word, name, or construction so marked. [2/4 definitions]
fasten to attach, join, or affix securely to something else or in place. [1/8 definitions]
hang to put up or affix. [1/16 definitions]
inceptive an inceptive verb, verb form, or affix. [1/3 definitions]
inchoative an inchoative verb, verb form, or affix; inceptive. [1/2 definitions]
infix an affix that is placed inside of a word. [1/5 definitions]
inflection the affix used to make such an alteration. [1/5 definitions]
post1 to fasten or affix to a wall or other surface. [1/4 definitions]
pref. abbreviation of "prefix," an affix added to the beginning of a word to alter its meaning and create a new word, such as "anti-" in "antiestablishment." [1/2 definitions]
prefix an affix added to the beginning of a word to alter its meaning and create a new word, such as "anti-" in "antiestablishment." [1/3 definitions]
reaffix combined form of affix.
suff. abbreviation of "suffix," in grammar, an affix that is added to the end of a word, such as "-ed" in "wanted" or "-ment" in "entertainment."
suffix in grammar, an affix that is added to the end of a word, such as "-ed" in "wanted" or "-ment" in "entertainment". [2/3 definitions]
tack to append or affix as a supplement (usu. fol. by on). [1/12 definitions]