English edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Latin -ōsus. Doublet of -ous in stressed position.

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. full of
    comatose (full of sleep)
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  • (antonym(s) of "full of"): -less
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(excluding the ones listed below)

Etymology 2 edit

Back-formation from glucose.

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. (chemistry) Used to form the names of sugars.
  2. (biochemistry) Used to indicate a product of protein breakdown
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See also edit

  • (having a considerable amount of): -some

Anagrams edit

Dutch edit

Pronunciation edit

  • (file)

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-ose

  1. (chemistry) -ose (suffix used for sugars)
  2. (pathology) -osis (suffix used for diseases)

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French edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed via Latin from Ancient Greek -ωσις (-ōsis, state, abnormal condition, or action), from -όω (-óō) stem verbs + -σις (-sis).

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. (pathology) -osis, a functional disease or condition

Etymology 2 edit

Borrowed from Latin -osus; doublet of the inherited -eux.

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. (chemistry) -ose, a saccharide (simple sugar)

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German edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Via French, from Ancient Greek -ωσις (-ōsis).

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. -osis

Etymology 2 edit

Via French, from Latin -ōsus.

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. -ose

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Latin edit

Suffix edit

-ōse

  1. vocative masculine singular of -ōsus

Middle English edit

Suffix edit

-ose

  1. Alternative form of -ous

Ojibwe edit

Final edit

-ose

  1. walk

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Ottawa edit

Final edit

-ose (animate intransitive)

  1. walk

References edit

Jerry Randolph Valentine (2001) Nishnaabemwin Reference Grammar, University of Toronto, page 374

Portuguese edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed via Latin from Ancient Greek -ωσις (-ōsis, state, abnormal condition, or action), from -όω (-óō) stem verbs + -σις (-sis).

Pronunciation edit

 

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-ose f (noun-forming suffix, plural -oses)

  1. (chiefly biology and chemistry) forms the names of actions and processes; -osis
  2. (pathology) forms the names of functional diseases or conditions; -osis
  3. (chemistry) forms the names of sugars; -ose

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