Is it possible to consider -on, -eron as suffixes (as they are in Middle French)?
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As such, it doesn't seem logical to consider -on or -eron as English suffixes. At least, not on the basis of these two examples.
There is one modern use of -on as a suffix, which is unrelated to your question as I understand it, in science. The New Oxford American Dictionary says: