There are 4 definitions of -ine in English:

-ine1

Pronunciation: /ʌɪn, ɪn, iːn/

suffix

1(Forming adjectives) belonging to; resembling in nature: Alpine asinine canine
2Forming adjectives from the names of genera (such as bovine from the genus Bos) or from the names of subfamilies (such as colubrine from the subfamily Colubrinae).

Origin

from French -in, -ine, or from Latin -inus.

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There are 4 definitions of -ine in English:

-ine2

suffix

Forming adjectives from the names of minerals, plants, etc. crystalline hyacinthine

Origin

from Latin -inus, from Greek -inos.

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-ine3

Pronunciation: /ɪn, iːn/

suffix

Forming feminine nouns such as heroine, margravine.

Origin

from French, via Latin -ina from Greek -inē, or from German -in.

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-ine4

Pronunciation: /iːn, ɪn/

suffix

1Forming chiefly abstract nouns and diminutives such as doctrine, medicine, figurine.
2 Chemistry Forming names of alkaloids, halogens, amines, amino acids, and other substances: cocaine chlorine thymine

Origin

from French, from the Latin feminine form -ina.

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