-eh

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 ‎(plural -ehqueh)

  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)

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