See also: .eh, eh, eH, EH, éh, èh, ён, өн, and

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-eh

  1. (humorous, slang, Internet) Used to replace -y, often in lolcat speak.
    kitteh (for kitty)
    sunneh (for sunny)

Classical NahuatlEdit

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-eh

  1. (added to nouns) possessor, owner; indicates a noun that possesses the root noun, either as property or as an attribute.
Examples:
caleh (house owner, householder), from calli (house)
chāneh (homeowner), from chāntli (home)
īxeh (someone intelligent, wise), literally (“something possessing eyes”), from īxtli (eye)
nacaceh (someone prudent), literally (“something possessing ears”), from nacaztli (ear)

Derived termsEdit

Last modified on 5 December 2013, at 03:25