-inda

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See also: inda and índa

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latinized form of Germanic name suffix -lind, -linde (tender, soft), such as Sieglinde and Dietlinde, from Proto-Germanic *linþiz (gentle, mild) (English lithe). Found in names such as Old High German Irmilinda and Old Dutch Frithelind. See lind, Linda.

Suffix[edit]

-inda

  1. A component of some female given names.

Usage notes[edit]

Not very productive. Often but not always used when base contains 'l', as in original form.

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Esperanto[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-inda

  1. worthy of
    laŭdi (to praise) + ‎-inda → ‎laŭdinda (praiseworthy)
    ami (to love) + ‎-inda → ‎aminda (lovable)
    memori (to remember) + ‎-inda → ‎memorinda (memorable)
    kredi (to believe) + ‎-inda → ‎kredinda (credible)
    fidi (to trust) + ‎-inda → ‎fidinda (dependable, trustworthy)
    inda (worthy)

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Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto -inda (worthy of).

Suffix[edit]

-inda

  1. worthy of, meriting, deserving to be
    blamo (blame) + ‎-inda → ‎blaminda (blameworthy)