-ciune

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Inherited from Latin -tiō, -tiōnem, and found mostly in certain older Romanian words and constructions (formed before the mid 19th century). Most modern words or neologisms use the forms -ție or occasionally -țiune.

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-ciune

  1. roughly equivalent to -tion; was used to form a noun when added to a verb root, describing that action or state related to the verb (also used with adjective roots sometimes)

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