(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.

seditionary (s) (noun), seditionaries (pl)
A person who does something by speech or writing with the intention of promoting rebellion or some kind of resistance against a government.
1. A place where animals are bred; a region which supplies (some kind of animal).
2. A place of origin and early development; a place or thing in which something (e.g. an art or science, a virtue or vice) is developed or cultivated, or from which it is propagated abundantly.
3. A place, country, society, condition of things, or the like, in which some particular class of persons are produced or trained.
4. A school or college for training persons for the priesthood. In the 16th-17th century it was often used with reference to those institutions engaged in the training of priests for the English mission.
5. An educational institution for the training of priests, ministers, or rabbis.
septenary (adjective)
1. Pertaining to or relating to the number seven, or forming a group of seven; as in the number of days in a week.
1. Consisting of seventy; also, seventy years old.
2. A septuagenarian.
Producing silk.
1. One appointed to keep silence and order in court.
2. Someone who is sworn not to divulge secrets of state.
1. Done without the company of other people.
2. Preferring to be or live alone.
3. Existing as the only one of its kind.
4. In zoology, used to describe animals that live alone or in pairs rather than in colonies or social groups.
5. In botany, a reference to flowers that grow singly rather than as a cluster.
Characterized by living alone or by solitude.
stationary (adjective) (not comparable)
1. Descriptive of something which is fixed, immobile, or motionless: Tim's car stayed stationary with the engine running while he waited for his sister to get in.
2. Pertaining to a thing that is securely placed: Lynn liked peddling on the bike in the gym because it was stationary and didn't budge.
statuary (s) (noun), statuaries (pl)
1. A collection of sculptures: While on a trip in Italy, Linda sketched the broken bits and pieces of antique statuary in her notebook with a pencil, which she always carried with her.
2. The practice of creating sculptures: In his art class at school, James thought that the art of statuary made from clay was just the thing he wanted to do later as a career.
Limited to or able to live only within a narrow range of water depths. A reference to aquatic organisms.
A place, properly secured from the weather, which contains dung.
1. Existing or situated beneath the moon; lying between the orbit of the moon and the earth; hence, subject to the moon's influence.
2. Of or belonging to this world; earthly, terrestrial.
subsidiary (adjective), more subsidiary, most subsidiary
1. Serving to help, assist, or supplement; furnishing assistance or supplementary supplies; auxiliary, tributary, supplementary.
2. A subsidiary thing; something which furnishes assistance or additional supplies; an aid.