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  • ish — ish·er·wood; ish·kash·mi; ish·kyl·dite; ish·ma·el; ish·ma·el·ite; ish·ma·el·it·ish; ish·ma·el·it·ish; is·land·ish; ivory tower·ish; jad·ish; jew·ish·ness; jin·go·ish; kent·ish; kent·ish·man; kick·ish; kit·ten·ish; knav·ish; knav·ish·ly;… …   English syllables

  • Ish — may refer to: Chazon Ish, sobriquet of Rabbi Avraham Yeshayahu Karelitz the Sanskrit for lord , see Ishvara Ishan Morris, Canadian singer and actor Ish Kabibble (1908–1994), comedian and cornet player ...ish (audio drama), Doctor Who audio drama… …   Wikipedia

  • ISH — bezeichnet: Ish (Unternehmen), ish NRW GmbH, regionaler Kabelnetzbetreiber in Nordrhein Westfalen ISH als Abkürzung steht für: In situ Hybridisierung, eine biologische Untersuchungsmethode Internatsschule Schloss Hansenberg, in Geisenheim in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ish — bezeichnet: Ish (Unternehmen), ish NRW GmbH, regionaler Kabelnetzbetreiber in Nordrhein Westfalen ISH als Abkürzung steht für: In situ Hybridisierung, eine biologische Untersuchungsmethode Internationale Sanitär und Heizungsmesse, Frankfurt am… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • -ish — [AS. isc; akin to G. isch, OHG. isc, Goth. & Dan. isk, Gr. ?. Cf. { esque}.] A suffix used to from adjectives from nouns and from adjectives. It denotes relation, resemblance, similarity, and sometimes has a diminutive force; as, selfish, boyish …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -ish — [OE. issen, fr. F. is, iss (found in the present particle, etc., of certain verbs, as finir to finish, fleurir to flourish), corresponding to L. escere, an inchoative ending.] A verb ending, originally appearing in certain verbs of French origin; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ish — [ ıʃ ] adverb SPOKEN slightly: used in answer to a question: Weren t you nervous? Ish …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • -ish — [ ıʃ ] suffix 1. ) used with the names of places to make adjectives and nouns meaning relating to a particular place or describing someone who comes from a particular place: Swedish the Irish 2. ) used with some nouns to make adjectives… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • -ish — [ish] suffix 1. [ME < OE isc, akin to Ger isch, L iscus, Gr iskos] forming adjectives a) of or belonging to (a specified nation or people) [Spanish, Irish] b) like or characteristic of [devilish, boyish] c) tending to be or verging on being (a …   English World dictionary

  • ISH — Abreviatura de hipertensión sistólica aislada. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • -ish — adjectival suffix, from O.E. isc, common Germanic (Cf. O.N. iskr, Ger. isch, Goth. isks), cognate with Greek dim. suffix iskos. Colloquially attached to hours to denote approximation, 1916 …   Etymology dictionary


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