What is -ish?
1.) A suffix that makes any word or phrase more vauge.
2.) The ultimate generality, lacking any specificity or meaning whatsoever.
1.) Lets meet around 9-ish
it can be used with any word and it's applied at the end to make the word into meaning "kind of".
me = "how are you feeling today?"
you = "i am feeling okay-ish"
use this at the end of everything and you'll always be right
A subject that can be added to describe anything that doesn't fyully describe the noun but does, or to express confusion.
Or, attachted to the end of a verb to describe something someone is doing badly.
Or attached to a noun to show one thing is acting like another.
"That thing is kinda...blu-ish...I think"
"I think he's swimming...-ish"
"Steve is being kinda Ken-ish today"
a suffix that can be added to any noun, verb or adjective . It is also a less formal version of the ending
Noun: "That fox-ish looking creature is weird"
Verb: "Her behavior was so jump-ish"
Adjective: "The color was kind of pink-ish, not brown-ish"
used after any word to feel smart.
It is old...er...ish.
Formerly known as a suffix used in words, -ish is now added to many words and verbs in parts of sentences or just used by itself to express something that is contradictory in nature to the preceeding sentence.
"That kid is completely straight" (when the person is very blatantly gay)
"...ish" (used to contradict that sentence and express the idea that he is, in fact, gay)