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To make nouns from adjectives, speakers of an older English added 'es': green became green-s, for instance, clean clean-es and glad, I presume, glad-es.
The adjectives ending with an 'n' abounded. With time, something like "glad-es" began to sound odd and wrong. The suffix turned from 'es' into 'nes' and then 'ness'; glad-ness everywhere!
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