English | German | Russian | Czech

-kin English

Meaning -kin meaning

What does -kin mean?


(now, chiefly, dialectal) Used to form adjectives expressing resemblance or likeness to, similar to -like. A suffix used to form nouns having qualities of or belonging to a particular kind, class, or sort.


(now, _, archaic) Forming diminutives of nouns.

Are you looking for...?

-ki- | -kin- | -kind | -kini | -kins | -kirk | -kinesis