parelcon (etymology)
Definition - Adding one or more syllables to the end of a word.

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Etymology -
The word derives from the Greek parelkein, to prolong.

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation is from 1678:
"Parelcon, Protraction, a figure wherein a word or syllable is added to the end of another…."
(Phillips, The New World of Words (ed. 4))

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