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-s
-s "-s" 1. [OE. es, AS. as.] The suffix used to form the plural of most words; as in roads, elfs, sides, accounts. 2. [OE. -s, for older -th, AS. -[eth].] The suffix used to More…
-sane
Pentosan "Pen"to*san", n. Also -sane "-sane" [From .] (Chem.) One of a class of substances (complex carbohydrates widely distributed in plants, as in fruits, gums, woods, More…
-schaften
Burschenschaft "Bur"schen*schaft`", n.; pl. . [G.] In Germany, any of various associations of university students formed (the original one at Jena in 1815) to support More…
-schafter
Burschenschaft "Bur"schen*schaft`", n.; pl. . [G.] In Germany, any of various associations of university students formed (the original one at Jena in 1815) to support More…
-schiebungen
Lautverschiebung "Laut"ver*schie`bung", n.; pl. . [G.; laut sound + verschiebung shifting.] (Philol.) (a) The regular changes which the primitive Indo-European stops, or More…
-scope
-scope "-scope" [Gr. skopo`s a watcher, spy. See .] A combining form usually signifying an instrument for viewing (with the eye) or observing (in any way); as in microscope, More…
-ses
Apophysis "A*poph"y*sis", n.; pl. . [NL., fr. Gr. ? offshoot, process of a bone, fr. ? to grow from; ? from + ?, ?, to grow.] 1. (Anat.) A marked prominence or process on More…
-seurs
Masseur "Mas`seur"" (m[.a]`s[^u]r"), n.; pl. (-s[^u]rz"; F. -s[^u]r"). [F. See .] 1. A man who practices massage. 2. An instrument used in the performance of More…
-seuses
Masseuse "Mas`seuse"" (m[.a]*s[^u]z"), n.; pl. (F. -s[^u]z"). [F.] A woman who practices massage.
-shioth
Parashah "Par"a*shah", n.; pl. or . [Heb. p[=a]r[=a]sh[=a]h.] A lesson from the Torah, or Law, from which at least one section is read in the Jewish synagogue on every More…
-ship
-ship "-ship" [OE. -schipe, AS. -scipe; akin to OFries. -skipe, OLG. -skepi, D. -schap, OHG. -scaf, G. -schaft. Cf. , n., and .] A suffix denoting state, office, dignity, More…
-shoth
Parashah "Par"a*shah", n.; pl. or . [Heb. p[=a]r[=a]sh[=a]h.] A lesson from the Torah, or Law, from which at least one section is read in the Jewish synagogue on every More…
-si
Maffioso "Maf`fi*o"so", Mafioso "Ma`fi*o"so", n.; pl. . [It. maffioso.] A member of the maffia.
-some
-some "-some" (-s[=o]m). A combining form or suffix from Gr. sw^ma (gen. sw`matos) the body; as in merosome, a body segment; cephalosome, etc.
-some
-some "-some" (-s[u^]m). [AS. -sum; akin to G. & OHG. -sam, Icel. samr, Goth. lustusams longed for. See , a., and cf. , a.] An adjective suffix having primarily the sense of More…
-soria
Ostensorium "Os`ten*so"ri*um", Ostensory "Os*ten"so*ry", n.; pl. L. , E. . [NL. ostensorium: cf. F. ostensoir. See .] (R. C. Ch.) Same as .
-sories
Ostensorium "Os`ten*so"ri*um", Ostensory "Os*ten"so*ry", n.; pl. L. , E. . [NL. ostensorium: cf. F. ostensoir. See .] (R. C. Ch.) Same as .
-sporangia
Zoosporangium "Zo`["o]*spo*ran"gi*um", n.; pl. . [NL. See {Zo["o]-}, and .] (Bot.) A spore, or conceptacle containing zo["o]spores.
-staffs
Flagstaff "Flag"staff`", n.; pl. or . A staff on which a flag is hoisted.
-staves
Flagstaff "Flag"staff`", n.; pl. or . A staff on which a flag is hoisted.
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