Etymology
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garrulity (n.)

1580s, from French garrulité, from Latin garrulitatem (nominative garrulitas) "chattering, loquacity," from garrulus "talkative" (see garrulous).

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superiority (n.)
late 15c., from superior (adj.) + -ity, or directly from Medieval Latin superioritatem (nominative superioritas), from superior.
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vaticination (n.)

c. 1600, from Latin vaticinationem (nominative vaticinatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of vaticinari (see vaticinate).

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irradiant (adj.)
1520s, from Latin irradiantem (nominative irradians), present participle of irradiare "to shine forth" (see irradiate). Related: Irradiantly.
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triumphant (adj.)
early 15c., from Latin triumphantem (nominative triumphans), present participle of triumphare (see triumph (n.)). Related: Triumphantly.
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tricuspid (n.)
1660s, from Latin tricuspidem (nominative tricuspis) "three-pointed," from tri- (see tri-) + cuspis "point" (see cusp).
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versification (n.)

c. 1600, from Latin versificationem (nominative versificatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of versificare (see versify).

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formicant (adj.)
"crawling like an ant," 1707, from Latin formicantem (nominative formicans), present participle of formicare (see formication).
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helical (adj.)
"spiral-shaped," c. 1600, from Latin helicem (nominative helix) "spiral" (see helix) + -al (1).
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Peirce 
surname, attested from late 12c., from Old French Piers, nominative of proper name Pierre (see Peter) .
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