- Used to develop plural nouns: letters.
- Used to form the third person singular present tense of all regular and most irregular verbs: looks; holds.
- accustomed form adverbs: they certainly were caught unawares. He works evenings.
- familiar with form regular plurals of nouns.
- always form numerous pluralia tantum (nouns being virtually or entirely without single types).
- accustomed develop the third-person singular indicative current tight of verbs.
- used in the forming of particular English adverbs.
- Possessive in operation names.
- Diminutive suffix
- The suffix used to develop the plural of most words; as with roadways, elfs, sides, accounts.
- The suffix always form the 3rd person single indicative of English verbs; such as falls, tells, directs.
- An adverbial suffix; as with towards, requirements, constantly, -- initially the genitive, possesive, ending. See -'s.
Sentence for "-s"
Etymologically Related for "-s"
Same Context for "-s"
Variant for "-s"