What is -age?
A suffix added to a word to emphasize it, especially to refer to an abstraction of it. eg. grub (for food) becomes grubbage (the essence or concept of food)
Almost universally transforms to a non-count noun (you get a link cable, or some linkage, but not a linkage)
Yo, let's go score some grubbage, eh?
What kind of linkage do you have between these boxen?
a suffix added to any word in order to make it a noun. also used for an act done in the past.
boob-age? ring-age? what's with all the age-age?
By adding -age to the ends of random words-age, your vocabulary and knowledge of the English language seem-age to grow-age. Adding -age makes words more fun and original.
Gab: Can you email me the lab-age that I missed tonight?
Dini: Send me some prom pic-age!
An slang way of ending various (often one-syllable) different words, to sound cool or relaxed.
"cool-age", "foodage", "'rentage", etc
A suffix, which can be added to almost any word.
Such as "kickage", or "slayage", popularized by Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I think that guy in class deserves much kickage.
suffix randomly attatched to any or all words in a sentence. sometimes coupled with other suffixes, see:
hey, lloydage, im just gonna go out to the shoppage to buy some faggages.
sammage saysage shesage notage cuckooage
suffix added to almost any word for emphasis. use a LOT by the kids in the Chetto (see cheshire, CT)
that party was sick-age!