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-rama (Suffix) "sight"
From Ancient Greek ὅρᾱμᾰ (hórama) "sight," "spectacle," from ὁρᾰ́ειν (horáein) "to see" (Mycenaean o-ro-me-no "watching") and a noun-forming suffix -μᾰ (-ma) (of the same origin as -men). Ancient Greek ὁρᾰ́ειν is from Proto-Indo-European *u̯er- "to notice," "to sense" (of the same origin as vergüenza).