-eme [ēm]
[Fr -ème, unit, sound < phonème, PHONEME] combining form suffix combining form
Linguis. a distinctive unit of language structure at a (specified) level of analysis, generally characterized as a class consisting of all the variant forms of the given unit [the grapheme <w> consists of all the possible written forms of the letter w]

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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