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-ville

noun suffix \ˌvil, especially Southern vəl\

Definition of -VILLE

:  place, category, or quality of a specified nature <dullsville>

Origin of -VILLE

-ville, suffix occurring in names of towns, from French, from Old French, from ville village

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