Etymology
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bellicosity (n.)

"state of being warlike or pugnacious," 1840, from bellicose + -ity.

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civilized (adj.)

"in a state of civilization," 1610s, past-participle adjective from civilize.

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sandiness (n.)

"state or quality of being sandy," 1640s, from sandy + -ness.

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Gujarati 

from Gujarat, state in western India, Hindi, from Sanskrit Gurjara.

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singlehood (n.)

"state of being unmarried," 1840; see single (adj.) + -hood.

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captivation (n.)

"state or condition of being enthralled by excellence or beauty," c. 1600, from Latin captivationem (nominative captivatio) "a subjugation, enslavement," noun of state from past-participle stem of captivare "to take, capture" (see captivate).

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bafflement (n.)

"state of being baffled," 1841, from baffle (v.) + -ment.

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casualness (n.)

"state of being casual," 1730, from casual (adj.) + -ness.

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jodhpurs (n.)

1912, jodpores (earlier as jodhpur riding-breeches, 1899), from Jodhpur, former state in northwestern India. The city at the heart of the state was founded 1459 by Rao Jodha, a local ruler, and is named for him.

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finality (n.)

1540s, "a goal, a guiding object," from French finalité, from Late Latin finalitatem (nominative finalitas) "state of being final," from Latin finalis "last, of or pertaining to an end" (see final). From 1833 as "quality or state of being final."

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