-by

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See also: by, BY, , by-, by., and .by

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a Norse language

Suffix[edit]

-by

  1. habitation when used as a suffix to many placenames

Polish[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-by

  1. conditional mood marker

Usage notes[edit]

May be attached to verbs in the past tense, some conjunctions (gdyby, jeśliby) or used as a stand-alone particle, see by.