Etymology
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water-ski (n.)
1931, from water (n.1) + ski (n.). As a verb from 1953.
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luv 
affectionate, dialectal, or colloquial spelling of love (noun and verb), attested from 1825.
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supersaturated (adj.)
1778, past-participle adjective from verb supersaturate (1756), from super- + saturate (v.).
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rend (n.)

"a torn place, a split or opening made by tearing," 1660s, from rend (v.). Rent (1530s), from the alternative form of the verb, or from past tense of the verb, was more usual as a noun, but it tended to be confused with the other noun rent.

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wank (n.)
"act of (male) masturbation," 1948, slang. As a verb, from 1950. Related: Wanked; wanking.
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child-proof (adj.)
1933, from child (n.) + proof (n.). As a verb by 1951.
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foretaste (n.)
early 15c., from fore- + taste (n.). As a verb, from mid-15c.
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audiotape (n.)
1957, from audio- + tape (n.). As a verb by 1974. Related: Audio-taped.
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drib (n.)

"drop," c. 1730, Scottish, perhaps from dribble or from obsolete verb drib (1520s).

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time-stamp (n.)
1888, from time (n.) + stamp (n.). As a verb by 1906. Related: Time-stamped.
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