An Honorofic Suffix Meaning in Hindi

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  1. 1. जी (p. jI )

An Honorofic Suffix Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "In the word 'technology,' however, the suffix, 'logy' modifies the stem 'techno' so as to make it an abstract word meaning "the logic of building."
- David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II: Temperament

2. "He had, like everyone else, his suffix ist, without which nobody could have lived in those days, but he was neither a royalist, nor a Bonapartist, nor a chartist, nor an Orléanist, nor an anarchist; he was an old-bookist."
- Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

3. "The suffix 'naut' comes from the Greek and Latin words for ships and sailing. Astronaut suggests 'a sailor in space.' Chimponaut suggests 'a chimpanzee in sailor pants'."
- Mary Roach, Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void

4. "When we turned right on Thirty-fifth Street our suffix came along. By the time we rolled to the curb in front of Wolfe's house there wasn't even hyphen between us."
- Rex Stout, Too Many Women

5. "Watch out for the mindless slapping together of prefixes on prefixes, suffixes on suffixes—don’t create clunkers like disintermediation, decentralization, effectualization, finalization, scrutinization, and that horrid replacement for use, utilization. Enough with the suffix cut-and-paste acts."
- Constance Hale, Sin and Syntax: How to Craft Wicked Good Prose

6. "I was to grow used to hearing, around New York, the annoying way in which people would say: 'Edward Said, such a suave and articulate and witty man,' with the unspoken suffix 'for a Palestinian.' It irritated him, too, naturally enough, but in my private opinion it strengthened him in his determination to be an ambassador or spokesman for those who lived in camps or under occupation (or both). He almost overdid the ambassadorial aspect if you ask me, being always just too faultlessly dressed and spiffily turned out. Fools often contrasted this attention to his tenue with his membership of the Palestine National Council, the then-parliament-in-exile of the people without a land. In fact, his taking part in this rather shambolic assembly was a kind of noblesse oblige: an assurance to his landsmen (and also to himself) that he had not allowed and never would allow himself to forget their plight. The downside of this noblesse was only to strike me much later on."
- Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

7. "Are winters here always so mild? It is rarely colder, Genji said, so we have little need for Eskimo skills. My lord, please. Perhaps our population would be greater if it snowed. Emily looked away, her face hot with embarrassment. She was sure she was as red as an apple ready for plucking. Genji laughed. I’m sorry, Emily. I couldn’t resist. You promised you would never mention it. I promised I would never mention it to others. I said nothing about reminiscing with you. Lord Genji, that is very ungentlemanly of you. Ungentlemanly? ‘Un’ is a prefix meaning ‘not.’ A gentleman is a person of good character and high principle. ‘Ly’ is a suffix meaning ‘having the character of.’  She turned as stern a gaze on him as she could manage. Your present behavior does not demonstrate good character and high principle. An unforgivable lapse. Please accept my most profound apologies. I would, were you not smiling in such obvious amusement. You are smiling, too. It is a grimace, not a smile. Grimace"
- Quote by Takashi Matsuoka

8. "an"
- John Grisham, The Tumor

 
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