Definition of -ular in English:

-ular

Syllabification: -ular

suffix

Forming adjectives, sometimes corresponding to nouns ending in -ule (such as pustular corresponding to pustule), but often without diminutive force (as in angular, granular).

Origin

from Latin -ularis.

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