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Realish

adjective; derivation
Representing or imitating real life to some extent. My cousin used this word to describe the lifelike characteristics of the game. He added the suffix –ish to the end of the word real in order to give the effect that it is lifelike, but not exactly like reality. Moreover, the root real probably came to my cousin’s head before a word such as “lifelike” did. Thus, he merely added the suffix –ish to the end of the word to give it the effect he wanted and because many similar words contain the suffix –ish, such as boyish and purplish.
 
Halo 2 is too realish, one grenade kills you.
Etymology : realish. real + -ish
Source : A cousin
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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