-odd

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Suffix[edit]

-odd

  1. Plus some indeterminate fraction not amounting to the next higher round number or significant digit; and change; -some.
    twenty-odd identifiable factors affecting the outcome
    one-hundred-and-fifty-odd spectators in the stands

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Suffix[edit]

-odd

  1. (literary) verb suffix for the third-person singular preterite
  2. (colloquial) verb suffix for the third-person singular preterite

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Category Welsh words suffixed with -odd not found