-tious

a suffix originally occurring in adjectives borrowed from Latin (fictitious); on this model, used with stems of other origin (bumptious).
Also, -ious, -ous.
[ < L -tiosus, equiv. to -t(us) ptp. suffix + -iosus -IOUS]

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Universalium. 2010.

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