See also: ene, Ene, ENE, êne, eñe, enë, and -ené

EnglishEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

From the Ancient Greek -ηνός (-ēnós) feminine patronymic suffix.

SuffixEdit

-ene

  1. (organic chemistry) An unsaturated hydrocarbon having at least one double bond; an alkene.
  2. (organic chemistry) An aromatic hydrocarbon based on benzene.
  3. A polymer derived from an alkene.
Usage notesEdit

The common names of some other organic compounds also end in ene.

Derived termsEdit
derivative suffixes
terms derived from "-ene"
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Etymology 2Edit

Derived from graphene, expressing its monolayer characteristic

SuffixEdit

-ene

  1. a single-atom thick two-dimensional layer of atoms
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HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

-e- (linking vowel) +‎ -ne (conditional suffix)

PronunciationEdit

SuffixEdit

-ene

  1. (personal suffix) Used to form the third-person singular present tense of verbs (conditional mood, indefinite conjugation).
    segít (to help) + ‎-ene → ‎segítene (he/she would help)

Usage notesEdit

  • (personal suffix) Harmonic variants:
    -na is added to most back vowel verbs
    vár (to wait)várna (he/she would wait)
    -ne is added to most front vowel verbs
    kér (to ask)kérne (he/she would ask)
    -ana is added to back vowel verbs ending in two consonants or in a long vowel + t (exceptions áll, száll, varr, forr, lát)
    mond (to say something)mondana (he/she would say something)
    tanít (to teach)tanítana (he/she would teach)
    -ene is added to front vowel verbs ending in two consonants or in a long vowel + t
    fest (to paint)festene (he/she would paint)
    segít (to help)segítene (he/she would help)

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LatvianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From -enis +‎ -e (fem.).

SuffixEdit

-ene

  1. female equivalent of -enis

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Middle DutchEdit

PronounEdit

-ene

  1. Enclitic form of hem; accusative of hi