tude

adap·ti·tude;
al·ti·tude;
am·pli·tude;
ap·ti·tude;
as·sue·tude;
be·at·i·tude;
cer·ti·tude;
con·sue·tude;
cor·rec·ti·tude;
cras·si·tude;
de·crep·i·tude;
de·fin·i·tude;
des·ue·tude;
dul·ci·tude;
ex·ac·ti·tude;
fin·i·tude;
for·ti·tude;
grat·i·tude;
hab·i·tude;
heb·e·tude;
in·de·fin·i·tude;
in·ep·ti·tude;
in·fin·i·tude;
las·si·tude;
lat·i·tude;
len·ti·tude;
lip·pi·tude;
lon·gi·tude;
mag·ni·tude;
man·sue·tude;
mul·ti·tude;
ne·ces·si·tude;
nig·ri·tude;
om·ni·tude;
par·vi·tude;
pin·gui·tude;
plat·i·tude;
plen·i·tude;
promp·ti·tude;
pul·chri·tude;
qui·e·tude;
rec·ti·tude;
sanc·ti·tude;
se·nec·ti·tude;
ser·vi·tude;
si·mil·i·tude;
so·lem·ni·tude;
so·lic·i·tude;
sol·i·tude;
spis·si·tude;
tor·pi·tude;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • -tude — Latinate suffix forming abstract nouns from adjectives and participles (corresponding to native NESS (Cf. ness)), from Fr. tude, from L. tudo (gen. tudinis). As a word in its own right, teenager slang shortening of ATTITUDE (Cf. attitude), it… …   Etymology dictionary

  • tuđe — tùđē pril. DEFINICIJA na tuđ način, čudno, neobično, strano [to mi je zazvučalo tuđe] ETIMOLOGIJA vidi tuđ …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • tudė — tudė̃ adv. Plv, tùdė LD72, Plv žr. todėl 1: ^ Kudė̃? – Tudė̃, kad klyne budė̃ (taip atsakoma į įkyrų klausimą „kudė?“) Snt …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • ‘tude — ‘tude (to͞od, tyo͞od) n. Slang An arrogant or hostile attitude or disposition.   [Short for attitude.] * * * …   Universalium

  • ‘tude — (to͞od, tyo͞od) n. Slang An arrogant or hostile attitude or disposition.   [Short for attitude.] * * * …   Universalium

  • TUDE — Hispaniae Tarraconens, urbs Episcopalis in Gallaecia, sub Archiepiscopo Compostellaho, vulgo Tuy. Ad Minium fluv. Vide Tyde …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • tùđē — pril. na tuđ način, čudno, neobično, strano [to mi je zazvučalo ∼] …   Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika

  • 'tude — (attitude) posture, policy; treatment, sentiment …   English contemporary dictionary

  • -tude — ► SUFFIX ▪ forming abstract nouns such as solitude. ORIGIN from Latin tudo …   English terms dictionary

  • -tude — [to͞od, tyo͞od] [Fr < L tudo (gen. tudinis)] suffix forming nouns state, quality, or instance of being [negritude] …   English World dictionary

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