handsome, lithesome, winsome
Yes it is a compounding of the head noun 'hand' and the suffix -some.
The Irish word for handsome is eireachdail.
2 syllables in handsome and 3 syllables in handsome word
The word handsome is an adjective.
Handsome is not a Hebrew word.
There are two syllables in the word "handsome" - hand / some
handsome = "waseem" /wəsi:m/ وسيم
The word 'handsome' when translated to Indonesian is gagah or tampan.
the word handsome in Korean language is "jalsengyetta"
knap is the word for handsome in Dutch. This is the word used to say someone is attarctive.
omorfos...eisai omorfos is you're handsome for a male
guapo"Handsome" in Spanish usually is the word "guapo".
Because handsome is an adjective with two syllables and does not end in a 'y,' the comparative for the word uses more. The comparative for handsome is more handsome.
All compound words are made up of separate words: Handsome = hand+some Something = some+thing Deadbeat = dead+beat Eyebrow = eye+brow Gingersnap = ginger+snap
ex: The men look handsome in theirsuitsl lprepositional phrase Compound object
No, the word 'handsome' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun as pleasing to look at; especially of a person (a handsome man); or a substantial amount of money (a handsome sum).A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.Example: That handsome actor you like is in this movie. He plays the lead.The adjective 'handsome' describes the noun 'actor'.The pronoun 'he' takes the place of the noun 'actor' in the second sentence.