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1. copulative conjunction See e (2).


1. derivative suffix Used for diminutives, to give an idea of little measurement or size, brief duration, scarce importance or affection within the family. Example: marit, husband, maritet, expression said to your husband as a sign of love and affection; pet, chest, petet, nipple.

Etymology: From Latin -ittu.


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1. feminine noun The letter e.

2. copulative conjunction And.

Spelling: Before words beginning with a vowel or -h, it turns into et.

Etymology: From Latin et.