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Analgesia and Anesthesia: Etymology and Literary History of
deine, is also of Greek origin and is derived from the word kode(ion) “poppy head ” + -ine (4).
of Romance origin responsible for the creation of action nouns from these verbs, namely -age, -ance, -(t/s)ion and -ment, are taken into account.
Etymology of Coined Words in "The Urantia Book"
Etymology of Coined Words in "The Urantia Book". (notes for work in progress by Chris Halvorson) (cf., -tion and -ion).
The Status of Etymology in the Synchronic Morphology of English
And for Ion, no sooner has the issue of paternal origin been set aside, then he longs to know more about his mother (563–65).

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ion - Online Etymology Dictionary
1834, introduced by English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday (suggested by the Rev. William Whewell, English polymath), coined from Gk. ion, neut.
An Ion is an atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge. The actual actions of Ions are a bit mysterious.
-ion – Dictionary definition of -ion | FREE online
Definition of -ion – Our online dictionary has -ion information from The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology dictionary. Encyclopedia.
20000-NAMES: Meaning of the Baby Name Ion. Origin of the first
Origin of the name Ion. Etymology of the baby name Ion. Meaning of the personal name Ion.
ion - Wiktionary
Etymology. From Ancient Greek iόn (iōn, “going”), neuter present participle of εἶμι (eimi, “I go”). [edit.

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