Etymology
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chorine (n.)

"chorus girl," 1922, from chorus + fem. ending -ine.

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statuette (n.)
1843, from statue + diminutive ending -ette.
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unitard (n.)
1961, from uni- "one" + ending from leotard.
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lexeme (n.)
1937, from lexicon + -eme, ending abstracted from morpheme. Related: Lexemic.
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hyphenation (n.)
1881, from hyphen + noun ending -ation. Hyphenization is attested from 1851.
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-ean 
variant of -an after names ending in -ea, -es, -eus.
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-ana 
or ana, word-forming element denoting "collection of sayings, gossip, etc. connected with a person or place," early 18c., originally the neuter plural ending of Latin adjectives ending in -anus "pertaining to," from PIE adjectival suffix *-no-.
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extraspection (n.)
"outward observation," 1887, from extra- + ending from introspection.
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