a suffix forming nouns referring to specified activities or actions, as in boozeroo, switcheroo.
{originally US, from the 1930s; popularised by US newspaper columnist Walter Winchell; origin uncertain, possibly mimicking such words as buckaroo, kangaroo, etc.}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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