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-ious

adjective suffix

Definition of -IOUS

:  -ous <edacious>
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Origin of -IOUS

Middle English, partly from Anglo-French -ious, from Latin -iosus, from -i-, penultimate vowel of some noun stems + -osus -ous; partly from Latin -ius, adjective suffix
-IOUS Defined for Kids

-ious

adjective suffix

Definition of -IOUS for Kids

:  -ous <capacious>

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July 29, 2015
indomitable Hear it
incapable of being subdued or conquered
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