Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A termination of Greek origin, existing in many English words derived from the Greek or formed on Greek analogy, denoting an agent (one who does or has to do with a thing), and corresponding usually to nouns in -er, with which in some cases they interchange. Such nouns are either of pure Greek formation, as Atticist, baptist, evangelist, exorcist, etc., or formed of Greek elements, as etymologist, philologist, physicist, dramatist, economist, etc. (with equivalent etymologer, philologer, etc.), or
“The frequent _ist das_ signifies merely "das ist," or it is the echo of the oft-heard question, "Was ist das?" and is uttered without the tone of interrogation.”
“Date Picture Taken: May 1, 2009, 5: 38: 57 PM ich weiß jetzt auch endlich, wer Spitfire ist * stolz auf sich ist* gelungenes Cos, muss ich sagen: 3 und du bist so niedlich in deinem Chibi-Modus * hihi* btw, steht Layla da auf Inlinern auf dem Gras?”
“This term ist the most popular right now as describing the whole industry.”
“The Urféist is a figure out of Irish mythology about whom I read in passing while researching a story completely unrelated to this novel.”
“The character of the Urféist is based on a creature that visited me regularly in recurring nightmares when I was a kid.”
“The Song at 0: 35 ist from the Movie "True Romance".”
“He picks up on Marcel Proust's comment about style as "quality of vision" and uses this phrase as a kind of summary concept encapsulating his definition of style in ist most "massive" incarnation.”
“The Latin Americanist reports that former Cuban President Fidel Castro was unhappy about the embargo remaining in place:”
“I've always known that my academic heart was, first and foremost, in medieval literature, but all too often I've felt like the only difference between being a medievalist and being a twentieth century-ist is that my texts aren't in Modern English.”
“When Barack Obama refines a position, ist is called “flip-flopping” or something worse.”
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cool suffixes to add to anything (noun, verb, adjective) to create a word or compound word.
examples: gonzo = gonzoid ; hype = hyphy ; future = futurama
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Alle WÃ¶rter, die im deutschsprachigen Vaterunser vorkommen / Words of the german version of the Lord's prayer
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