- Plural as a type of -um.
- Plural as a type of -on.
- just like -er in Standard English.
- always change -er in nouns.
- this sense?) Marks single nouns, with a foundation in Greek or Latin, often implying womanliness, specially when contrasted with words terminating in -us.
- Changes a component or substance into an oxide.
- alternate as a type of -'ve.
- this feeling?) Marks nouns, with a foundation in Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese, implying womanliness.
- Added for metrical reasons to poetry and verse
- clitic form of o'
Sentence for "-a"
Synonym for "-a"
Hypernym for "-a"
Same Context for "-a"