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ending (n.)
"a coming to an end," early 14c., verbal noun from end (v.). Meaning "the end part (of something)" is from c. 1400. Old English had endunge "ending, end, death."
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never-ending (adj.)

also neverending, "perpetual, without end, everlasting," 1660s, from never + present participle of end (v.).

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end (v.)
Old English endian "to end, finish, abolish, destroy; come to an end, die," from the source of end (n.). Related: Ended; ending.
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autocade (n.)
1922, from auto "automobile" + ending from cavalcade.
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cityscape (n.)

"a view of a city," 1856, from city + ending from landscape.

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sicko (n.)
1977, from sick (adj.) in the mental sense + ending as in weirdo. Sickie "a pervert" is attested from 1972; sicknik (1959) "pervert, obscene comedian" (applied to Lenny Bruce) has fad ending -nik.
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