-mony

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin -mōnium, -mōnia.

Suffix[edit]

-mony

  1. Deadjectival suffix used to form an abstract noun usually from personal adjectives.
  2. Denominal and deverbal suffix used to form a noun designating a legal status, estate, property.

Derived terms[edit]