The suffix -ous, which forms adjectives, has the basic meaning ?having, full of, or characterized by.? Blusterous, for example, means ?full of or characterized by bluster.? The suffix -ous can be traced back to the Latin adjective suffix -osus. Some English words ending in -ous that come from Latin adjectives ending in -osus are copious, dolorous, famous, generous, and glorious. Adjectives ending in -ous often have related nouns ending in -ousness or -osity: copiousness, generosity.    1

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