Etymology
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permeant (adj.)

"passing through," 1640s, from Latin permeantem (nominative permeans), present participle of permeare "to pass through" (see permeable).

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solidity (n.)

late 14c., from French solidité or directly from Latin soliditatem (nominative soliditas), from solidus (see solid (adj.)).

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subsistent (adj.)
1520s, from Latin subsistentem (nominative subsistens), present participle of subsistere "stand still or firm" (see subsistence).
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suspiration (n.)

late 15c., from Latin suspirationem (nominative suspiratio), noun of action from past-participle stem of suspirare (see suspire).

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fortitudinous (adj.)
"capable of endurance," 1752, from Latin fortitudinem (nominative fortitudo) "strength, firmness" (see fortitude) + -ous. Related: Fortitudinously.
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suppression (n.)

early 15c., from Latin suppressionem (nominative suppresio), noun of action from past-participle stem of supprimere (see suppress).

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immoderation (n.)
early 15c., from Latin immoderationem (nominative immoderatio) "want of moderation, excess," from immoderatus "unrestrained, excessive" (see immoderate).
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placidity (n.)

"tranquility, peacefulness, quietness," 1610s, from Latin placiditatem (nominative placiditas), from placidus "peaceful, quiet, gentle, calm" (see placid).

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supervenient (adj.)
1590s, from Latin supervenientem (nominative superveniens), present participle of supervenire "come in addition to" (see supervene). Related: Superveniently.
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susceptibility (n.)
1640s, from Medieval Latin susceptibilitatem (nominative susceptibilitas), from Late Latin susceptibilis, or else a native formation from susceptible + -ity.
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