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From Proto-Italic *-fakos, related to faciō, that also comes from earlier *θakos.
- (Classical) IPA(key): /fi.kus/, [fɪkʊs̠]
- (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /fi.kus/, [fikus] (stressed on the antepenult)
-ficus m (feminine -fica, neuter -ficum)
- Forms adjectives that denote bringing or making.
- Adjectives derived with this suffix can indicate the quality of imparting the quality or state expressed by the root:
- bene (“well, good”) → beneficus (“beneficent”, literally “that does good”)