What does -age mean?

-age in AZ Dictionary

(s) range; mass: sewerage.
(s) Amount: video footage.
(s) Relationship; link: parentage.

-age in Community Dictionary

A suffix put into a word to emphasize it, particularly to refer to an abstraction from it. eg. grub (for food) becomes grubbage (the essence or notion of food)Almost universally changes to a non-count noun (you get a hyperlink cable, or some linkage, not a linkage) by BobbieReport definition
a suffix added to any term in order to make it a noun. also employed for an act carried out in yesteryear. by AureliaReport definition

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  • Sentence for "-age"
    • To the Middle Dutch maken, French-speakers…
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  • Synonym for "-age"
    • Time, epoch, era, date, period
  • Verb Forms for "-age"
    • aged, ageing, ages, aging
  • Rhyme for "-age"
    • Cage, Gage, Osage, Page, Paige
  • Hypernym for "-age"
    • change, modify, alter, develop
  • Cross Reference for "-age"
    • the age of a horse, geological ages, age of the moon, middle ages, fabulous age
  • Form for "-age"
    • aged, aging
  • Same Context for "-age"
    • character, Life, period, power, mind
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