ה (and ן) suffix
The letter ה can also be added on to the end of a word and, in so doing, add on to its meaning. The first way it does so is as a directional suffix. We do not have anything like this in English, but it is not hard to understand. As you can see in the chart above, words of location like אֶרֶץ (earth, land, ground) can receive this suffix when that location is where you are headed—אָרְצָה (to the land/ground).
A second function of a ה suffix is called “paragogic.” This is a fancy word meaning to lengthen. And that is really all it does. It is an add-on letter that has no definite effect on the meaning (though some suggest it adds emphasis.) And besides paragogic ה’s, words can also take paragogic ן’s.
Finally, a ה at the end of a word can also be a 3fs pronoun suffix—something covered in a later step.
So, unlike the ה prefixes, it can be difficult to distinguish the meaning of a ה at the end of a word. Is it a perfect 3fs? Or perhaps a 3fs pronoun suffix? Maybe its a directional suffix? Or is it a paragogic suffix, added simply to keep me on my toes? Your ability to answer these questions will only come with experience in the text.