-oc

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *-ukaz. Akin to Old Saxon -ik-, Middle Low German -ken, Middle Dutch -kin. More at -kin

Suffix[edit]

-oc m

  1. noun suffix used to form descriptive names from adjectives
    rudduc ‎(ruddock, robin, (lit. "little red one"))
  2. diminutive suffix
    bealluc ‎(testiculi, (lit. "little balls"))
    bulluc ‎(male calf, bullock)
    buttuc ‎(end, buttock; piece of land)

Descendants[edit]