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Can you name the four-letter words that become another word when the last two letters are moved to the beginning?

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HintFour-letter wordHint
Miles per hour, for examplePrefix meaning one trillion
'Something' in SpanishWord screamed at the World Cup
A very small opening, especially in skinA repurchase agreement
Dark Angel actress JessicaTitle given to various Semitic gods
New ZealanderA collaboratively edited online database
An IOU in a game on paperSkin irritation
Star Trek's Lieutenant Commander androidVerbal fanfare
Bus driver from 'The Simpsons'Self-promoters do this to their own horns
First name of clothing company founder StraussDespicable
Upon (or surjective)An animated show or character
'The kissing disease'Pitcher Hideo
Animal rights organizationAdhesive substance
Capital of PeruIts capital is Bamako
Inverted U shape in constructionTo singe
To give a glowing reviewFirst name of fashion designer Wang
Son of Adam and EveHistorical South American empire
Arrested Development actor MichaelTimed contest
Self-referentialMild
'K' in the NATO phonetic alphabetNorse trickster god
Used with 'or' when making a threatPokémon that evolves into Dewgong

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