汉： 形容词后缀-some 来源于古英语，它与不定代词some同源，但在构词中意思却更为复杂。-some可以与名词结合，表示causing ～（产生…的）；也可以与动词相结合，表示～tending to ～(易于…的）；不可以与形容词相结合，表示
～to a considerable degree （相当…的）。
英：word-forming element used in making adjectives, from Old English -sum (see some; and cf. Old Frisian -sum, German -sam, Old Norse -samr), related to sama "same."
As a suffix added to numerals meaning "a group of that number" (cf. twosome) it represents Old English sum "some," used after the genitive plural (cf. sixa sum "six-some"), the inflection disappearing in Middle English. Use of some with a number meaning "approximately" also was in Old English.
adj.burdensome;heavy and awkward to carry 有负担的，累赘的；笨重的
Video camera,even professional quality ones,are no longer the cumbersome.
adj.filling one with horror of disgust,frightful 可怕的；令人毛骨悚然的
Out of the wreckage came a guesome tale of survival through cannibalism.
adj.fond of medding 好管闲事的
Get rid of the meddlesome fool!
He knew he was handsome,and used his winsome features to get his way with the women he worked with.