-aght

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish -acht (compare Scottish Gaelic -achd, Irish -acht).

Suffix[edit]

-aght f

  1. Nominal suffix, used to form abstract ideas or nouns roughly corresponding to English -ness, -hood, -ity, or -ure.

Derived terms[edit]