-ulous

-ulous

a suffix occurring in adjectives borrowed from Latin, with the meaning “inclined to do, habitually engaging in” the action specified by the initial element: bibulous; credulous; garrulous; tremulous.

Origin:
< Latin -ulus, -ula, -ulum; see -ule, -ous

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