From the etymological point of view affixes are classified into the same two large groups as words: native and borrowed.
Some Native Suffixes1
worker, miner, teacher, painter, etc.
coldness, loneliness, loveliness, etc.
feeling, meaning, singing, reading, etc.
freedom, wisdom, kingdom, etc.
childhood, manhood, motherhood, etc.
friendship, companionship, master-ship, etc.
length, breadth, health, truth, etc.
careful, joyful, wonderful, sinful, skilful, etc.
careless, sleepless, cloudless, sense-less, etc.
cozy, tidy, merry, snowy, showy, etc.
English, Spanish, reddish, childish, etc.
lonely, lovely, ugly, likely, lordly, etc.
wooden, woollen, silken, golden, etc.
handsome, quarrelsome, tiresome, etc.
widen, redden, darken, sadden, etc.
warmly, hardly, simply, carefully, coldly, etc.
1 The table gives examples of especially frequent native affixes.