-tude

noun suffix \ -ˌt(y)üd \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of -tude

: state : condition : quality
  • exactitude
  • decrepitude
  • negritude

Origin and Etymology of -tude

borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Latin -tūdin-, -tūdō, suffix forming abstract nouns mostly from adjectives, of uncertain origin


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