There is no such suffix in Hebrew.
This does not appear to be a Hebrew word, although the suffix -echa could mean "your".
This is not a recognizable Hebrew word, although there is a suffix -ekha in Hebrew that means your. Could this possibly be mispelled, or a comination of two words.
"yahoo" has no meaning in Hebrew, except as a suffix in names (-yahu), in which case it means God."ed" (עד) is the Hebrew word for witness (it's the same word in both Modern Hebrew and Ancient Hebrew.
If this is a name, it apears to mean "God is right" yashar (×™×©×¨) = right or straight yah (×™×”) = a suffix meaning God.
There is no suffix in mean.
As a stand-alone word, it is a slang term that means "oh dear" or "gosh". As a suffix, it means "God".
the name abramovitch is not a Hebrew name. It's a combination of the Hebrew name Abram (××‘×¨×) which was Abraham's name before he was blessed, and the slavic suffix -vitch. Abram means "high father" -vitch means "son of"
donnetta means some1 who iz rely kool! has a lot of friends.......and who iz smartical!!!!!
O- is not a suffix.
What does the suffix of aphy
the suffix pan mean complete or contains everything