See also: ס׳, ס, and ס״

Yiddish

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Etymology 1

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Compare German -s, English -s.

Suffix

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־ס (-s)

  1. Marks the plurals form of regular nouns ending in an unstressed ־ר (-r), ־ם (-m), ־ן (-n), or a vowel.
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Etymology 2

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Compare German -s, English -'s.

Suffix

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־ס (-s)

  1. Marks the possessive form of nouns used for people.
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