Etymology
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-ization 

word-forming element making nouns of action, process, or state; see -ize + -ation.

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Euro- 

before vowels Eur-, word forming element meaning "Europe, European," from combining form of Europe.

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cranio- 

word-forming element meaning "of the skull," from Latinized combining form of Greek kranion "skull" (see cranium).

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politico- 

word-forming element meaning "political; political and," from Latinized combining form of Greek politikos (see political).

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-later 

word-forming element meaning "worshipper," from Greek -latres "worshipper of," related to latreia "worship" (see -latry).

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biblico- 

word-forming element meaning "biblical, biblical and," from combining form of Medieval Latin biblicus, from biblia (see Bible).

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-escence 

word-forming element meaning "process or state of being," from Latin -escentia, from -escentem (see -escent).

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carpo- (2)

word-forming element meaning "wrist," from combining form of Latin carpus, from Greek karpos "wrist" (see carpus).

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longi- 

word-forming element meaning "long," from Latin longi-, combining form of longus "long" (see long (adj.)).

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agro- 

word-forming element meaning "pertaining to agriculture or cultivation," from Greek agros "field," from PIE root *agro- "field."

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