Definition of -tude in English:

-tude

Syllabification: -tude

suffix

Forming abstract nouns such as beatitude, solitude.

Origin

from French -tude, from Latin -tudo.

Definition of -tude in:

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Pronunciation: fləˈjiSHəs
adjective
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