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...Ish (album)

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...ish is the debut album by Australian pop rock band 1927, released on 4 December 1988, which peaked at number one for four weeks in early 1989 on the ...

Urban Dictionary: ish

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ish. 1. Slang term often used to replace "shit." Derived from the process of editing the vocals of rap-songs by revershing the curse words so said song could be ...

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A creative spirit learns that thinking "ish-ly" is far more wonderful than "getting it right" in this gentle new fable from the creator of the award-winning picture book ...
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The ISH provides the world's biggest showcase for innovative bathroom design, energy efficient heating and air-conditioning technology and renewable ...

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-ish | Definition of -ish by Merriam-Webster

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1 : of, relating to, or being —chiefly in adjectives indicating nationality or ethnic group <Finnish>. 2 a : characteristic of <boyish> <Pollyannaish> b : inclined or ...

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ish definition, a suffix used to form adjectives from nouns, with the sense of “ belonging to” (British; Danish; English; Spanish); “after the manner of,” “having the ...

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Ish definition, a suffix used to form adjectives from nouns, with the sense of “ belonging to” (British; Danish; English; Spanish); “after the manner of,” “having the ...

Ish: How a suffix became an independent word, even though it's not ...

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Jun 9, 2014 ... The canonical use of -ish is as a suffix meaning "approximately," as in bluish, tallish, sixish, or even hungry-ish. This is the definition—the only ...

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From Middle English -ish, -isch, from Old English -isc (“-ish”, suffix), from Proto- Germanic *-iskaz (“-ish”), from Proto-Indo-European *-iskos. Cognate with Dutch  ...

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