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The suffix -ey can appear in the English language:
- from Dutch/Scottish origin, as a diminutive like -ie or simply -y, with several other values
- from Anglosaxon and in placenames, with the meaning of "island", as in Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, or Surtsey.
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