What does -ish mean?

-ish in AZ Dictionary

(s) Of, regarding, or becoming: Swedish.
(s) Characteristic of: girlish.
(s) obtaining the generally undesirable attributes of: childish.
A suffix regularly from adjectives from nouns and from adjectives. It denotes relation, similarity, similarity, and quite often has actually a diminutive force
A verb closing, initially appearing in a few verbs of French source.
To go away; issue.
(n) concern; freedom and opportunity of getting away.
(n) A termination of Anglo-Saxon source, utilized as an everyday formative of adjectives.
(n) A termination of some English verbs of French beginning, or formed on the type of such verbs, having no assignable force, but being simply a terminal relic.

-ish in Community Dictionary

1.) A suffix that produces any word or expression more vauge.2.) The best generality, lacking any specificity or definition at all. by Cynthia PressReport definition

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