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-ine is a Latin suffix used to denote a similarities or equivalence to something else. Examples include bovine (relating to cows) and marine (relating to the sea).
Additional recommended knowledge
-ine is a suffix used in chemistry to denote two kinds of substance.
Many commercial and popular names also use this suffix; gasoline and vaseline for example.
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