syncretism (n.):

  • the combination of different forms of belief or practice; or the fusion of two or more originally different inflectional forms. (Merriam-Webster Dictionary and Thesaurus, Online Edition).

fo' shizzle (interj.):

  • an affirmative phrase denoting jubilant certainty, often used as a response to a question posed by a companion. (Snoop Dogg's Handbook for the English Language, 42nd Edition).

syncretism + fo' shizzle = syncretizzle

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