What does -t mean?

-t in AZ Dictionary

(s) Forms yesteryear tight and/or previous participle of some verbs (leapt, held, dreamt, etc)
(s) An excrescent closing appended to terms suffixed with -s.

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  • Sentence for "-t"
  • Rhyme for "-t"
    • Ab, Ac, Ag, Agee, Aimee
  • Hypernym for "-t"
    • weight unit, metric weight unit, thyroid hormone, base, nucleotide
  • Cross Reference for "-t"
    • toat, to be marked with a t
  • Same Context for "-t"
    • j, r, d, h, u
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