(Latin: a suffix; a person who, a place where, a thing which, or pertaining to; connected with; having the character of; apparatus)

The following examples of this suffix represent a very small number of those that exist in other parts of this lexicon.

extemporary (adjective), more extemporary, most extemporary
1. Denoting something which comes up all of a sudden at the moment and unexpectedly: Guests suddenly arrived at Alice's home in the evening, so an extemporary meal had to be prepared with what was currently available because there was no time to go shopping for any additional food.
2. Regarding something made for, or suggested by the occasion; hastily built, prepared, or provided: Tom's town decided to put up an improvised or extemporary housing for the refugees which were expected during the following two weeks.
extraordinary (adjective), more extraordinary, most extraordinary
Descriptive of or characterized by being exceptional, remarkable, over the top, or amazing; The extraordinary circumstances of the first meeting of Jim's parents was the kind of experience you only expect to read about in romantic novels.
extraplanetary (adjective), more extraplanetary, most extraplanetary
Descriptive of something that is existing or occurring in outer space beyond another planet: There are extraplanetary or celestial bodies, besides comets or satellites, that revolve around the sun in the solar system away from Earth.
Like a woman.
Like a woman; "womanish".
fiduciary (adjective), more fiduciary, most fiduciary
1. In trust of a person or thing; holding something in trust.
2. Of or pertaining to a trustee; pertaining to or of the nature of a trusteeship; held in trust.
3. Relating to or depending on confidence in a government for the value of fiat money (paper money decreed to be legal tender, not backed by gold or silver and not necessarily redeemable in coin).
formicary (s) (noun), formicaries (pl)
1. An ants' nest or ant-hill.
2. Nests of ants, consisting of galleries and chambers excavated in the earth and covered by mounds of debris (grass, sticks, etc.).
fragmentary (adjective)
Of the nature of, or composed of, pieces; not complete or entire; disconnected or disjointed parts.
1. Someone who enjoys the profits, income, or increase of anything.
2. A person who enjoys the "fruits" of anything.
1. Someone who performs official duties; especially, a person whose duties may be regarded as trivial or insignificant.
2. A person who functions in a specified capacity; especially, in government service; an official: civil servants, bureaucrats, and other functionaries.
3. Anyone who holds an office or a trust or who performs a particular function; such as, an official.
1. A part of the body involved in both digestion and circulation, e.g. the central body cavity of some jellyfish.
2. Gastrovascular cavity, as the name indicates, functions in both digestion and the transport of nutrients to all parts of an animal body.
geostationary (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to a fixed position in relation to the Earth: A geostationary artificial satellite travels above the equator and at the same speed as the Earth rotates so that it constantly appears at the same point in the sky.
glossary (GLAHS uh ree) (s) (noun), glossaries (pl)
An alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge; usually, published as an appendix to a text about the contents of the book.
A storehouse for grain after it is threshed.