source: wiki: English words by suffix
Suffixes -th - some -oholic -dom -ling -le
- (rare) Forming nouns from verbs of action.
- (rare) Forming nouns from adjectives.
(“-some, same as”) characterized by some specific condition or quality
Forming nouns denoting the domain or jurisdiccion.
Christendom, computerdom, dukedom, fandom, kingdom, moviedom, planetdom
apedom, boredom, freedom, heirdom, martyrdom, saintdom, whoredom, wisdom
4. Suffix -ling
A diminutive modifier of nouns having the physical sense of "a younger, smaller or inferior" version
buckling, darling, daughterling,duckling, fatling, gosling, lordling, princeling
the derived sense indicating possession of or connection with a quality, which may having the sense of "a follower or resident
5. Suffix -le
Etymology 1A frequentative suffix of verbs, indicating repetition or continuousness:
A suffix forming adjectives from verbs with the meaning of "prone to", "tending to", "apt to", "capable of"; compare -ative: