an- definition

  • prefix:
    • A prefix of Anglo-Saxon origin, the same as on-.
    • A prefix of Anglo-Saxon beginning, a low form of and-.
    • not; always make terms which have an awareness opposite into the term (or stem) to which the prefix is affixed. Combined with stems that start out with vowels and "h".
    • A prefix of Anglo-Saxon source, exactly like on-.
    • A prefix of Anglo-Saxon origin, a reduced form of and-.
    • perhaps not; familiar with make terms having a feeling opposite into word (or stem) to which the prefix is connected. Used in combination with stems that start out with vowels and "h".

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