See also: ISCO, isco, and isco-

Galician

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Etymology

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Probably ultimately from Proto-Germanic *-iskaz.

Pronunciation

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Suffix

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-isco (adjective-forming suffix, feminine -isca, masculine plural -iscos, feminine plural -iscas)
-isco m (noun-forming suffix, plural -iscos, feminine -isca, feminine plural -iscas)

  1. -ish

Usage notes

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  • No longer productive. Was appended to roots denoting names of nations or regions.

Derived terms

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Italian

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Etymology

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A form of the infix -isc-, from Latin -ēscō. Cognates include Romanian -esc, Spanish -ezco.

Suffix

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-isco (non-lemma form of verb-forming suffix)

  1. used with a stem to form the first-person singular present of most regular -ire verbs
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Anagrams

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Latin

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Etymology 1

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Suffix

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-īscō (present infinitive -īscere, perfect active , supine -um); third conjugation

  1. Alternative form of -escō

Etymology 2

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Suffix

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-iscō

  1. dative/ablative masculine/neuter singular of -iscus

Spanish

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Suffix

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-isco (adjective-forming suffix, feminine -isca, masculine plural -iscos, feminine plural -iscas)

  1. Alternative form of -sco; forms adjectives that signify "relation" to the word stem; sometimes pejorative
    mar (sea) + ‎-isco → ‎marisco (seafood)

Suffix

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-isco m (noun-forming suffix, plural -iscos)

  1. Alternative form of -sco; forms augmentative nouns
  2. Alternative form of -sco; forms collective nouns

Derived terms

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Further reading

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