The other pleonastic suffixes mentioned under Prakrit are also employed in Marathi, but usually with specific senses.
My banks, they are furnished,—the most straitest sect,—these are pleonastic expressions.
Soke means jurisdiction and sake and soke is but a pleonastic phrase, which means no more than soke.
This very phrase held to service, standing alone, is the pleonastic definition of Slavery itself.
This pleonastic use of a conjunction with the relative is common among illiterate writers and speakers to-day.
Such modern forms made with one pleonastic suffix are called “strong forms,” while those made without it are called “weak forms.”
"The universal opinion of all men" is a pleonastic expression often heard.
"redundancy in words," 1580s, from Late Latin pleonasmus, from Greek pleonasmos, from pleonazein "to be more than enough, to be superfluous," in grammatical use, "to add superfluously," from comb. form of pleon "more" (see pleio-).
pleonasm ple·o·nasm (plē'ə-nāz'əm)
An excess in the number or size of parts.