What does -ing mean?

-ing in AZ Dictionary

(s) regularly form the current participle of verbs: witnessing.
(s) always form adjectives resembling current participles but not derived from verbs: swashbuckling.
(s) Action, procedure, or art: dance.
A suffix always from current participles.
A suffix always develop nouns from verbs, and signifying the work of; the result of the act. It has in addition another collective power.
A suffix formerly familiar with develop diminutives.

-ing in Community Dictionary

The "-ing" suffixAdding -ing towards the end of a word to start an idiotic brand-new trend to take some idiotic photographs to get attention off their idiots who can follow. by HankReport definition

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  • Synonym for "-ing"
    • -age, -ery
  • Same Context for "-ing"
    • /dev/md0, versant, wrathfull, actionperformed(actionevent, versicle
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