The following are some words that end with the suffix -ism: Buddhism, vegetarianism, cannibalism, monotheism, criticism, terrorism, Marxism.
The suffix -ism is a noun suffix. That is, when added to words or word roots, -ism forms nouns. It comes from the Greek noun suffix -ismos and means roughly “the act, state, or theory of.” Nouns that end in -ism often have related verbs that end in -ize (criticism/criticize), related agent nouns that end in -ist (optimism/optimist), and related adjectives that end in -istic (optimistic). "ism" is a suffix , meaning adherence or following… Read More
racism atheism extremism abolitionism abstractionism
The suffix ism is a noun and means belief, action, or conduct. Some words that have this suffix are formalism, federalism, and Buddhism.
-Ism is the suffix that means belief. Some examples are Buddhism, criticism, sexism, formalism, etc.
They are nouns.
The suffix is -ism. This suffix means conduct.
The suffix of Paganism is -ism
The Suffix of Imperialism is ism.
The suffix -ism, relates to the act of the prefix in concern. Aut-ism is self focused, Pagan-ism is being a pagan and cannabalism is being a cannibal.
-ism is s suffix
The suffix is "ism" The prefix is "hypo"
awesam-ism the only word that really matters in life at this point
hero-ism =heroism hero-ism =heroism
words that end in ism is optimism and journalism
No, it is a noun. The suffix -ism is one of the ways of deriving an abstract noun from a concrete noun (for example patriot, patriotism; crony, cronyism; egotist, egotism; wit, witticism). All words of this type that end in -ism are abstract nouns.
Budism, Judism, any religion would end in ism.. just go to google and look up... Words that end in ism.
The Greek suffix ism has a broad range of applications and can indicate actions, states or conditions, or doctrines. A related suffix is isma, which indicates a thing that has been done or a finished action.
doctorine the root word for "ism" is doctirine. The suffix -ism usually means belief. An example of this is Buddhism.
The suffix -ism usually signals a noun.
Crit is the prefix; it means to separate. ism is the suffix; it means belief.
The suffix "-ism" added to a noun indicates that it is a study, a philosophy or a belief.
"-Ism" is not a prefix but a suffix, a group of letters added to the end of a word in order to form another word. The prefix "-ism" may connote an action or practice (as in criticism), an attitude or outlook (as racism), a theory or doctrine (as Platonism, Puritanism, militarism), or a peculiar characteristic or trait (as colloquialism or Hebraism).
doctrine, condition, or characteristic
The suffix ism has two meanings: a belief or doctrinal worldview or a philosophy (Catholicism) and an action, state or condition (hyperthyroidism).
-ism (i.e., "Romanism," "infralapsarianism," "Calvinism."
an-/ is the prefix, abol/ is the word root, and /-ism is the suffix.
Use the suffix -ism to form the noun criticism from the noun critic. Criticism is what a critic provides.
Hyper- = above + thyroid- = thyroid + ism = system
Nationalism Acoholism and i cant think of anymore right now
Possible answer: Latin suffix from which we derive "-ism", as in "libertarianism" or "racism" or "heroism".
feminism Hinduism Buddhism polytheism monotheism racism Judaism Mormonism idolism- the worship of idols heroism- quality of a hero microorganism- any microscopic form of life sarcaism alcoholism creationism autism
Fanaticism is a word that means to be obsessive and fanatical that uses the suffix "ism". Fanaticism is used as a noun in a sentence.
An '-ism' is a particular doctrine, theory, system, or practice. Pragmatism, therefore, would be the theory, system or practice of being pragmatic.
The suffix -ist is a suffix which is added at the end of a noun which corresponds to those verbs which end in the suffix -ise (which is spelt in American English as the suffix -ize) or those nouns which end in the suffix -ism. The suffix -ist is used to denote a person who either practices something or a person who is concerned with something or a person who holds certain principles, doctrines, etc… Read More
There are several...communism, capitalism, racism, sexism, marxism, socialism, taoism, feminism to name a few.
-al, -ality, -ism, -alityism, -alityismness
ISM Racing ended in 1999.
"the act, state, or theory of something" I think I'm probably right.
try either extremism or fanaticism
A brave and courageous manner of acting?
Communism, racism, sexism, etc...
An 'ism' suffix is always 'ism'. Realism is concerned with taking things as they are, or communicating things as close to 'real life' as possible, a fidelity and adherence to the facts of events, life and nature, without distortion, exaggeration or omission, with fair representation, so that the true reality of things/matters can be perceived/appreciated/understood by the recipient of the information.
A distinctive doctrine, theory or practice. All origins are ultimately Greek as in Ismos/Isma. The Latin is Ismus/Isma. French is Isme and German is Ismus
Communism, socialism, racism, nationalism, buddhism.
The word Buddhism was coined in 1801. It's a combination of the Sanskrit word "Buddha" and the suffix -ism.