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-and or -end
 
suffix forming nouns
indicating a person or thing that is to be dealt with in a specified way: analysand; dividend; multiplicand
 
[from Latin gerundives ending in -andus, -endus]
 
-end or -end
 
suffix forming nouns
 
[from Latin gerundives ending in -andus, -endus]

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