n. A Middle English form of east.n. Grace; favor.n. A suffix of adjectives, forming the superlative degree, as in coldest, deepest, greatest, biggest, etc. See -er.n. The suffix of the second person singular of the present and preterit indicative of English verbs, often syncopated to -st: as, present singest or singst, doest or dost, hast, etc., preterit sangest, sungest, thoughtest or thoughtst, diddest or didst, hadst, etc.n. Abbreviations of established.