Etymology
Advertisement
ruction (n.)

"disturbance, disorderly dispute," 1825, a dialectal or colloquial word of unknown origin. Perhaps from eruption or an altered shortening of insurrection.

Related entries & more 
Advertisement
ruckus (n.)

"uproar, disturbance, commotion," 1890, American English, possibly a blend of ruction and rumpus.

Related entries & more