I. adjective suffix
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English -līc, -lic; akin to Old High German -līh, -lic, Old English līc body — more at like
1. like in appearance, manner, or nature ; having the characteristics of <queenly> <fatherly> 2. characterized by regular recurrence in (specified) units of time ; every <hourly> <weekly> II. adverb suffix Etymology: Middle English, from Old English -līce, -lice, from -līc, adjective suffix 1. a. in a (specified) manner <slowly> b. at a (specified) time interval <annually> 2. from a (specified) point of view <eschatologically> 3. with respect to <partly> 4. to a (specified) degree <relatively> 5. in a (specified) place in a series <secondly>
New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.