-ation, -ization (-iz[e] + -ation); -isation (British spelling variation)

(Greek > Latin: a suffix; action, act, process, state, or condition; or result of doing something)

Although there are over 1,450 word entries ending with -ation or -ization listed in this unit, there are certainly many more which exist in the English language. At any rate, this unit provides a significant number of -ation and -ization examples for you to see.

1. The act or process of gathering into a mass.
2. A confused or jumbled mass
1. The process of union in the healing of a wound.
2. The clumping together in suspension of antigen-bearing cells, micro-organisms, or particles in the presence of specific antibodies (agglutinins).
3. The act or process of agglutinating; adhesion of distinct parts.
4. A clumped mass of material formed by agglutination; also called agglutinate.
5. The clumping together of red blood cells or bacteria, usually in response to a particular antibody.
6. In linguistics, the formation of words from morphemes that retain their original forms and meanings with little change during the combination process.
aggrandization (s) (noun), aggrandizations (pl)
The condition of being exalted or greater in power, rank, wealth, or honor: The auditors were questioning the sudden  aggrandization of the mayor after he had been in office for two years.
aggravation (s), aggravations (pl) (noun forms)
1. The act or result of making a situation, an injury, a condition, etc. worse: "She was making every possible effort to avoid the aggravation of her existing back problem."
2. That which annoys or bothers a person: "More and more well educated and experienced people feel tha a career in politics simply is not worth all the aggravations."
aggregation (s) (noun), aggregations (pl)
1. Several things formed together or considered as a whole: There was an aggregation of movie fans gathered outside the theatre hoping to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars.
2. A collection or a mass of distinct or varied things, people, etc.: The aggregates of stones under the water in the bed of the stream shimmered with many colors when the sun shined on it.
3. In biology, a number of organisms of the same, or different species, living closely together but less integrated than a society: In the tide pools by the ocean, the students from the local academy counted the various aggregates of different underwater sea creatures.
agitation (s) (noun), agitations (pl)
1. Violent motion, or stirring strong, tumultuous feelings.
2. Emotional disturbance or excitement.
3. A marked increase in motor activity, generally associated with mental disturbance.

There are many causes, especially including delirium and mania.

agitational (adjective), more agitational, most agitational
1. Descriptive of something or someone who excites and often troubles the mind or feelings of; disturbing.
2. A reference to someone who discusses excitedly and earnestly.
3. Pertaining to anything that provokes, or stirs up, public discussion of a condition or situation.
The establishment of agriculture; the formation and spread of a system structured around the domestication of plants.
Tillage of the ground; husbandry; the practice of agriculture.
alavation (s) (noun), alavations (pl)
Without washing; unwashed.
The process or art of making white; chiefly as a term in Alchemy.
alcoholic deterioration (s) (noun), alcoholic deteriorations
Dementia occurring with people who are chronically addicted to alcohol: Al's doctor explained that his condition was called alcoholic deterioration which has resulted in a severe decline of his normal mental abilities.

Dementia that is caused by alcoholic deterioration is an organic mental disorder characterized by a general loss of intellectual abilities involving the impairment of memory, judgment, and abstract thinking; as well as, changes in personality.

alcoholization (s) (noun), alcoholizations (pl)
Saturation with alcohol; putting the animal system under the influence of alcoholic liquor.