Etymology
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overproduction (n.)

also over-production, "excessive production, production of commodities in excess of normal demand," 1822, from over- + production.

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hypertonic (adj.)
"with excessive tension or tone," 1809, from hyper- "over, exceedingly, to excess" + tonic. Related: Hypertonia; hypertonicity.
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Satanophobia (n.)

"excessive fear of the Devil, morbid dread of Satan," 1860 ("The Cloister and the Hearth"), from Satan + -phobia, with connective -o-.

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hypertrophy (n.)
"excessive growth," 1821, from hyper- "over, exceedingly, to excess" + -trophy "nourishment." Related: Hypertrophic.
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overconfidence (n.)

also over-confidence, "excessive confidence, state of being overconfident," 1700, from over- + confidence.

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overgrowth (n.)

"exuberant or excessive growth," c. 1600, from over- + growth. Also see overgrown.

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narcissistic (adj.)

"marked by excessive self-love," 1912, see narcissism + -istic. Sometimes erroneously as narcistic. Related: Narcissistically.

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overabundant (adj.)

also over-abundant, c. 1400, overaboundant, "plentiful; excessive," from over- + abundant. Related: Overabundantly.

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hypersomnia (n.)

"excessive sleeping or morbid sleepiness," 1863; see hyper- + ending from insomnia. Related: Hypersomniac.

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crapulent (adj.)

"drunken, intemperate in drinking," 1650s, from Latin crapulentus "very drunk," from crapula "excessive drinking" (see crapulous). Related: Crapulence.

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