-nes

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See also: nes, Nes, NES, nés, and n'es

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *-nassuz (-ness), alteration (by false division) of -n- (adjective and verbal terminating consonant) + Proto-Germanic *-assuz (-ness). Akin to Old Saxon -nissi, -nussi, Old High German -nissa, -nassi, -nussi, Gothic -inasus, -inassus.

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-nes f

  1. Used to form abstract nouns, usually from adjectives, denoting quality or state; -ness

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