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2 -ace -age Suffixes by Ron Yoshimoto, M.Ed., M.S.W. Fellow, AOGPE 2007 by Ronald H. Yoshimoto -able

3 -able (able) (adjective) fixable bendable workable usable trainable payable readable suitable movable portable adaptable touchable expendable remarkable dependable -ace (word ending) furnace grimace menace preface surface terrace -a e (relatin to state o result o ) dama e carria e ima e coura e banda e voya e messa e salva e stora e pilla e visa e villa e lan ua e cotta e passa e ora e avera e breaka e advanta e cabba e

4 -a ce -a c -ain -al

5 animal cerebral vocal in ernal normal personal -ain (word ending) bargain captain certain chaplain curtain fountain mountain villian -al (relatin to) aural ormal tidal mental re erral rontal usual sensual natural le al optional phenomenal -a e (state o uality o ) substance continuance alliance annoyance accordance per ormance entrance arro ance clearance assistance endurance ele ance avoidance per ormance -a ( uality state o ) vacancy in ancy discrepancy expectancy hesitancy truancy occupancy constancy a rancy

6 -a d -a -a -a

7 -a (one who or that which) (adjective or noun) accountant applicant tenant occupant vacant pliant dominant servant important hesitant contestant emi rant si ni icant merchant truant descendant tyrant -a (relatin to) (adjective or noun) an ular be ar bur lar cellar collar calendar muscular re ular stellar solar su ar rammar lunar liar nectar -a (obscure) coward standard wi ard orchard mustard ha ard custard i ard ha ard placard -a (relatin to place) (adjective or noun) arbitary boundary diary documentary library military dictionary ordinary primary commentary visionary salary momentary summary necessary vocabulary temporary secretary stationary voluntary

8 -c al -a e -c a -a

9 -ate (relating to) (noun = / t/) (verb = /ate/) raduate private climate emanate decorate advocate deviate educate ascinate moderate dictate enumerate intimate dedicate se re ate emancipate inte rate senate -a (state o result o ) adaptation appreciation duration communication commendation operation taxation valuation variation probation plantation or ani ation examination ne otiation exportation ima ination combination - al (related to) (adjective) acial lacial racial special sacri icial commercial crucial provincial bene ical judicial inancial arti icial tactician physician musician beautician - a (person who) optician ma ician technician mathematician politician mortician dia nostician

10 -c -c a e -ed -c e

11 - a e (to make) (verb) o iciate laciate emaciate appreciate depreciate enunciate excruciate associate dissociate denunciate - e ( uality or state o ) (adjective) proficient sufficient omniscient efficient deficient ancient - ( ull o havin ) (adjective) o icious suspicious spacious delicious pu nacious vicious penicious auspicious precious judicious audacious malicious precocious mendacious allacious conscious -ed (already happened, past tense) (verb) / d/ after basewords ending in d or t /d/ after voiced ending sounds /t/ after unvoice ending sounds helped roamed graded smelled loaned sneered mended rented hunted stamped granted lifted refrained bumped reached dripped cooked stopped blocked handed landed

12 -e c -e -e -e ce

13 -en (to make, like) (adjective or verb) frighten lengthen golden frozen whiten broaden soften toughen tighten woolen molten brazen sicken sharpen happen wooden -e e (state uality) existence ma nificence innocence presence independence violence in uence competence trans erence convenience conse uence di erence dependence con erence -e (state uality) re ency ur ency pun ency contin ency re uency ascendency emer ency tendency decency potency tendency co ency -e (state uality one who) (adjective or noun) precedent intelli ent co ent prominent permanent evident deter ent expedient current inherent consistent resident ne li ent presdient confident coherent

14 -e -e -e -e

15 -e (havin ull o ) (adjective) erroneous courteous aseous hetero enous hideous bounteous i neous or eous -er (comparative, person, thing, who does) (noun and adjective) teacher reporter weather importer shoulder speller painter sleeper singer broiler roaster renter harder longer darker slower faster softer smaller -e (relatin to place where) machinery delivery bravery treachery discovery robbery ima ery sur ery slavery rocery archery winery mockery celery cutlery pottery or ery misery drapery -es (plural) (noun, verb) matches brushes oxes lunches crosses ies branches classes pennies patches dresses puppies inches bosses candies wishes taxes dishes boxes

16 - l -fully -e -e

17 -est (superlative, comparing 3 or more) (adjective) biggest tallest smallest lowest highest largest darkest deepest weakest proudest wildest cheapest strongest sharpest oldest youngest fastest warmest -e (small) trinket blanket pocket picket tablet basket jacket hatchet bucket owlet - l ( ull o havin ) (adjective) success ul rate ul cheer ul hope ul rest ul cup ul care ul tear ul shame ul orce ul deceit ul ven e ul power ul piti ul beauti ul doubt ul -fully (in a way that is full of) (adverb) hopefully carefully wonderfully beautifully doubtfully faithfully peacefully

18 - al - a - - a

19 - (to make) (verb) ampli y uni y veri y uali y puri y simpli y calci y orti y identi y rati y si ni y testi y diversi y speci y - a (related to) criteria malaria ardenia amnesia dys raphia hysteria insomnia anemia bulimia petunia - al (related to) (adjective) jovial custodial trivial denial colonial material industrial janitorial remedial - a (related to) uardian ru ian librarian historian pedestrian custodian comedian amphibian

20 - ce - le - ble - c

21 - ble (able) (adjective) sensible le ible orcible possible terrible credible accessible conductible collectible convertible permissible exible - (nature o like chemical terms) ma ic tra ic music artistic rustic civic heroic acidic sonic drastic i antic tonic domestic electric chronic poetic aller ic erric service notice justice jaundice cowardice lattice - e (state or uality) crevice hospice artifice apprentice pumice prejudice avarice precipice accomplice novice -ile (capable of, resembling) (noun, adjective) a ile mobile hostile ra ile virile textile missile reptile ertile acile imbecile senile utile in antile

22 - - - e - g

23 - e (relatin to o like chemical subsubstance) (adjective) enuine ima ine marine routine amine ravine discipline medicine en ine doctrine eminine examine turpentine sardine heroine masculine - (action present tense) (verb) spendin sin in joinin huntin maskin sleepin rentin lunchin eedin mendin rainin speakin sandin ailin rowin ishin sailin eelin drinkin sayin dealin - (act o state o ) rebellion communion onion champion stallion billion companion dominion million scorpion reli ion union cushion ashion le ion opinion trillion carrion oblivion bunion - (resemblin ori in) (adjective or noun) warrior behavior in erior superior junior senior savior posterior exterior interior

24 -it - e - -

25 -ish (like) (adjective) oolish clownish boyish childish reenish everish anish wedish rish sheepish vanish banish brutish selfish amish rayish publish outlandish - (person who) scientist naturalist cellist sociologist biologist racist optometrist journalist typist violinist botanist artist humorist chemist dentist florist psychologist geologist -it (word ending) credit deposit habit implicit inherit limit profit prohibit unit - e (native o uality mineral) (noun or adjective) raphite ranite pyrite appetite composite avorite suburbanite de inite hypocrite dynamite in inite ex uisite

26 - e - e - -

27 - (state uality) gravity sincerity humidity dignity rapidity insanity activity necessity authority fraternity majority captivity clarity eternity festivity minority amenity security couriosity personality reality - (chemical element obscure) helium radium plutonium sodium ma nesium potassium condominium premium auditorium delirium emporium stadium e uilibrium active primitive sensitive explosive ne ative u itive in uisitive - e (relatin to like) (adjective) expensive native excessive abusive assertive restrictive cooperative massive exhaustive positive successive a resive a irmative cate ori e memori e mesmeri e verbali e civili e - e (make) (verb) bapti e itemi e idoli e reali e authori e emphasi e centrali e moderni e neutrali e vocali e

28 - e -le - e -l

29 -less (less, without) (adjective) shameless smokeless joyless pointless hopeless restless noiseless bookless careless painless blameless thoughtless sleepless harmless countless -ly (in a way that is...) (adverb, adjective) narrowly bravely mildly kindly finely slowly sharply partly largely madly sadly gently nicely lovely closely recently brotherly likely widely completely - e (act o state o result o ) appointment instrument employment con inement testament compliment statement nourishment attainment apartment contentment ali nment greatness happiness sharpness ripeness thickness coarseness -ness (condition of being) restlessness sameness weakness slimness business lifelessness shyness fitness kindness goodness conciseness

30

31 - (one who that which) valor labor actor operator ancestor honor error tractor doctor educator terror victor pro essor incubator color tutor dictator avor e uator conductor - (place where relatin uality) (noun adjective) memory actory dormitory victory depository sensory compulsory cate ory re ormatory history directory mandatory - (havin ull o ) (adjective) dan erous tremendous covetous murderous coura eous nervous prosperous enerous ruinous strenuous thunderous joyous ri orous humorous numerous lamorous -s (plural) (nouns, verbs) dogs happens taps cats listens falls runs cars drawers skips boys hears

32 -sure - - al - e

33 - (state o act o result o ) suspension television pension permission usion vision invasion impression mansion procession division session pro ression recession con usion depression expansion evasion - e (tendin to roup) (adjective or noun) venturesome twosome handsome lonesome wholesome tiresome burdensome earsome bothersome -sure (word ending) measure pleasure treasure leisure exposure composure pressure - al (relatin to) (adjective) per erential experimential partial residential potential initial presidential essential martial con idential substantial conse uential credential prudential in luential providential circumstantial

34 - - a e - al -

35 - a e (make cause) (verb) satiate ne otiate di erentiate vitiate in ratiate initiate substantiate in ratiate propitiate licentiate - (act o state o result o ) section motion nation faction portion mention lotion station action fiction traction promotion intention duration notation location reflection reaction ovation devotion injection - ( ull o havin ) (adjective) contentious in ectious ictitious lirtatious sententious vexatious pretentious ostentatious ambitious conscientious propitious expeditious superstitious surreptitious - al (adjective noun) actual punctual mutual perpetual spiritual ritual intellectual habitual eventual e ectual actual

36 - e - a e - - de

37 - a e (verb) punctuate saturate uctuate in atuate situate - e (condition o uality) attitude altitude ratitude latitude lon itude ortitude multitude rectitude aptitude servitude solitude uture picture moisture capture creature culture fixture departure -ture (word ending) eature pasture nature structure rapture sculpture racture manu acture lecture esture mixture torture rupture vulture temperature urniture - (state o uality o tens) certainty majesty safety plenty loyalty fifty royalty fidgety sixty amnesty anxiety thirty property liberty poverty

38 - a d - le - - e

39 - le (small) (noun verb) nodule ridicule capsule schedule ranule minuscule module molecule - e (state o result o ) (noun verb) tenure i ure issure ailure composure measure pressure treasure pleasure erasure procedure - a (direction o ) (adjective adverb) skyward backward northward southward upward downward orward toward seaward leeward a terward onward homeward inward -y (like or having) (adjective, noun) puppy cratfy arty rosy wary sleepy salty misty dusty funny sunny drafty juicy windy nasty sandy cloudy watery cheery dirty hairy

40 -ti- -tu- -ci- -i-

41 -ciconnective /sh/ -cial -ciate -cient -cious -iconnective i = / ĭ/ before a consonant animal hospital principal connective i = /e/ before a vowel radio stadium material connective i = /y/ after i or n million familiar onion -ticonnective /sh/ -tion -tial -tiate -tious -tuconnective /choo/ -tual -tuate -tude -ture

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