I am wondering what the suffix -fare means.
I've seen a few words that possibly have this suffix, but I couldn't find a thing in common among them.
There are some words:
Since fare is the money for a ticket in a vehicle, airfare probably means the fare we pay for an aircraft ticket. This logic can't be applied to warfare, which is the act of war, and fanfare, which is a piece of music.
So, we can't say that the suffix -fare relates to the noun, can we?