-azgo

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From antiquated -adgo, from Latin -atĭcus and -atĭcum

Suffix[edit]

-azgo m

  1. Forms the office of the base word
    almirante ‎(admiral) + -azgoalmirantazgo ‎(admiralship)
  2. Forms the effect or condition of the base word
    harto ‎(full) + -azgohartazgo ‎(surfeit)
    novio ‎(boyfriend) + -azgonoviazgo ‎(dating relationship)

Derived terms[edit]