Etymology
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Gaulish 
1650s (adj.); 1660s (n.), from Gaul + -ish. Earlier was Gaulic (1610s).
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oafish (adj.)

"like an oaf, stupid, dull," 1610s, from oaf + -ish. Related: Oafishly; oafishness.

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sottish (adj.)
1560s, "foolish," from sot (-) + -ish. From 1630s as "drunken." Related: sottishly; sottishness.
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sluttish (adj.)
late 14c., from slut + -ish. Related: Sluttishly; sluttishness.
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loutish (adj.)
1550s, from lout + -ish. Related: Loutishly; loutishness.
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slutty (adj.)
c. 1400, "dirty, slovenly," from slut + -ish.
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baddish (adj.)
"rather bad," 1755, from bad (adj.) + -ish.
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brownish (adj.)
"somewhat brown," 1550s, from brown (adj.) + -ish.
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amateurish (adj.)
"having the faults and deficiencies of a non-professional," 1863; from amateur + -ish. Related: Amateurishly; amateurishness.
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fiendish (adj.)
1520s, from fiend + -ish. Related: Fiendishly; fiendishness. Old English had feondlic "hostile."
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