Etymology
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slimnastics (n.)
1967 (with an isolated use from 1959), from slim (adj.) + ending abstracted from gymnastics.
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dramatization (n.)

"a dramatic representation; conversion into drama," 1796, from dramatize + noun ending -ation.

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saltpetre (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of saltpeter (q.v.); for ending, see -re.
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logorrhea (n.)
1878, from logo- "word, speech" + ending from diarrhea.
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hellacious (adj.)
1930s, college slang, from hell + fanciful ending (see bodacious).
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colorcast (n.)

"broadcast of color television," 1949, from color (n.) + ending from broadcast.

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radiocast (n.)

"a radio broadcast," 1924, from radio (n.) + ending from broadcast. As a verb by 1931.

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-cy 
abstract noun suffix of quality or rank, from Latin -cia, -tia, from Greek -kia, -tia, from abstract ending -ia (see -ia) + stem ending -c- or -t-. The native correspondents are -ship, -hood.
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