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–ting
 suffix— «As dating became less and less formal, the “-ting” ending was used to describe these new styles of courtship.» —“Lexicon of love adapts to times” by Joe Yong-hee, Ines Cho, Kim Soo-young JoongAng Daily (Seoul, South Korea) May 18, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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