-core

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See also: core, Core, CORE, Coré, côre, çore, and co-r.e.

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Etymology[edit]

Back-formation from hardcore.

Suffix[edit]

-core

  1. Applied to various (often specialised and underground) genres of music and subcultures.
    grind + ‎-core → ‎grindcore
    speed + ‎-core → ‎speedcore
    norm + ‎-core → ‎normcore

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