Greek bases

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Greek bases
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  1. TAUT-
    • the same
    • tautology, tautomerous
  2. LECT-
    • to speak, choose
    • dialect, analects
  3. TECHN-
    • art, skill, craft
    • technical, polytechnic
  4. GEN(E)-
    GON-
    • to produce, originate, beget, be, create
    • the process/result of reproduction
    • hydrogen, genesis, gene, theogeny
  5. ARCHA(E)-
    ARCHE-
    ARCH-
    • ancient, primitive, beginning, head, first
    • archaeology, Archeozoic
  6. NES-
    • island
    • Indonesia, Melanesia
  7. NAUT-
    • sailor
    • nautical, Argonaut
  8. GLYPH-
    • to carve
    • hieroglyphic, triglyph
  9. ENNEA-
    nine
  10. HEN-
    • one
    • henotheism
  11. DEUTER-
    • second
    • deuterogamy, deuteragonist
  12. DICH-
    • split in two
    • dichogamy
  13. PROT-
    • first, original, primitive
    • protoplasm, protein
  14. STROPH-
    • to turn
    • strophe, catastrophe
  15. PHRA-
    • to speak
    • prase, phraseology
  16. MES-
    • middle, middle part of
    • Mesopotamia, mesoderm
  17. LAB-
    LEP-
    LEM-
    • to take, seize, go (reflexive), understand (mental)
    • sylable, catalepsy, dilemma
  18. GON-
    • angle, angled figure (corners)
    • pentagon, trigonometry
  19. TOP-
    • place
    • topic, utopia
  20. PHOT-
    PHOS-
    • light
    • photograph, photosynthesis
  21. PETR-
    • rock
    • petrify, petroleum
  22. ORA-
    • to see
    • panorama
  23. IS-
    • equal
    • isomerous, isosceles
  24. CAL(L)-
    KAL(L)-
    • beauty
    • calisthenics, kaleidoscope
  25. BAR-
    • weight, pressure, low
    • barometer, barograph
  26. EGO-
    • I (self)
    • egotism, egoism
  27. MANC-
    MANT-
    • to divine by means of, prophecy
    • bibliomancy, pyromancy, mantic
  28. MIS-
    • hatred
    • misanthrope
  29. GEN(E)-
    • kind, race
    • geneology
  30. PHYS(I)-
    • nature (of the human body)
    • physics, physiology
  31. PHY-
    • to grow (like a plant)
    • neophyte, phytology
  32. PHYT-
    a grown thing
  33. DYN(AM)-
    • force, power
    • dynasty, dynamic, dynamo
  34. CAU(S)-
    • to burn
    • cauterize
  35. CAC-
    • evil, bad
    • cacogenics, cacophony
  36. ALL-
    ALLEL-
    • an other, 3+ possibilities
    • one another
  37. PEDIA-
    • education
    • encyclopedia
  38. P(A)ED-
    • child, grow
    • pediatrician
  39. AGOG(UE)-
    • to lead, leader
    • demagogic, synagogue
  40. AUT-
    • self, by one's self
    • automobile, automatic
  41. TYP-
    • stamp, model, impression
    • typographical, typical
  42. STERE-
    • solid, three-dimensional
    • stereograph, stereopticon
  43. PHE(M)-
    PHA-
    • to speak
    • prophet, aphasia
  44. IDI-
    • one's own, peculiar
    • idiot, idiosyncracy
  45. THE-
    • to place, put, set
    • thesis, theme, synthetic
  46. STA-
    STE-
    • to stand, stop, regulate
    • static, system
  47. PATH-
    • to feel, suffer, disease (disordered condition)
    • sympathy, telepathy, pathology
  48. LAT(E)R-
    • to worship excessively
    • be fanatically devoted to
    • serve by means of prayer
    • idolater, idolatry
  49. DO-
    • to give
    • dose, antidote
  50. CLA-
    • to break, bend
    • iconoclast, anaclasis
  51. CRI-
    • to judge, decide, separate
    • critic, crisis, endocrine
  52. TROPH-
    • to nourish, grow
    • atrophy
  53. AGON-
    • struggle, contest
    • agony, protagonist
  54. GAM-
    GAMET-
    • marriage, reproduction, propagation
    • bigamy, polygamy, gamete
  55. HEM(AT)-
    HAEM(AT)-
    • blood
    • hemorrhage, hemoglobine, hematology, leukemia
  56. HEMER-
    • day
    • ephemeral, Decameron
  57. OD-
    HOD-
    • road, way, journey
    • odometer, electrode, cathode
  58. STOL-
    STAL-
    STLE-
    • to send, draw
    • epistolary, peristalsis, epistle, apostle
  59. TAPH-
    • tomb, bury
    • cenotaph, epitaph
  60. DOX-
    DOG-
    • opinion, teaching, learning, observation
    • heterodox, orthodox, dogma
  61. PHER-
    PHOR-
    • to bear, go
    • periphery, semaphore, phosphorescent
  62. GLOSS-
    GLOT(T)-
    • tongue, language
    • glossary
  63. MIM-
    to imitate, copy
  64. TACT-
    TAX-
    • to arrange, put in order, organize
    • tactics, taxonomy, taxidermy
  65. THERM-
    • heat
    • thermometer, thermodynamics
  66. POLY-
    • many, much
    • polygot, polygamy
  67. PHON-
    • sound, voice
    • phontic, telephone
  68. PHIL-
    • love, need
    • philharmonic, philosophy
  69. PHA(N)-
    PHEN-
    • to show, appear
    • phantom, epiphany, phase
  70. ETHN-
    • race, cultural, group (distinct foreigners)
    • ethnology, ethnography
  71. CHROM(AT)-
    • color, colorful
    • chromosome, chromatic
  72. PEP(T)-
    PEP(S)-
    • to digest
    • peptic, pepsin
  73. HOL-
    • whole, solid
    • holocaust
  74. GER(ONT)-
    • old age, old people
    • geriatric, gerontocracy
  75. AST(E)R-
    • star
    • astronomy, asterisk, disaster
  76. ANTHROP-
    • human being
    • anthropology, philanthropy
  77. AESTHE-
    ESTHE-
    • to feel, percieve
    • aesthete, anesthetic
  78. SOPH-
    • wise, knowledge of
    • philosophy, sophomore
  79. ER(OT)-
    • romance, sex
    • erotic
  80. CHORE-
    • dance, dance and sing
    • chorus
  81. KILO-
    CHILI-
    • one thousand
    • kilocycle
  82. HECT-
    • one hundred
    • hectograph
  83. DEC-
    • ten
    • decathlon, decaliter
  84. OCT(A)-
    • eight
    • octopus, octane, octagonal
  85. HEPT(A)-
    • seven
    • heptamerous
  86. HEX(A)-
    • six
    • hexagonal
  87. PENT(A)-
    • five
    • pentagon, pentathlon, Pentecost
  88. TETR(A)-
    • four
    • tetraethyl
  89. TRI-
    • three
    • tripod, tricycle
  90. DI-
    DIPL-
    • twice, double
    • dioxide, diploma
  91. MON-
    • one, single, only, alone
    • monorail, monotone
  92. HEMI-
    • half
    • hemisphere
  93. MACR-
    • large, long
    • macron, macrocosm
  94. ZO(O)-
    • animal
    • zoology,
  95. XEN-
    • stranger, foreigner
    • xenogamy
  96. TELE-
    • (sent) from afar, operating at a distance
    • telephone, telegraph
  97. PATRI-
    • family, clan
    • patriarch
  98. PATR-
    • father
    • patriot, patristic
  99. OLIG-
    • few, chosen few
    • oligarchy
  100. MEGA(L)-
    • large, a million (times)
    • megaphone, megacycle, megalomania
  101. HYDR-
    • water
    • hydroelectric, hydraulic
  102. HIER-
    • sacred, priest, saint
    • hieroglyphic, hieratic
  103. ACR-
    • highest, the extremities, the first part of
    • acrobat, acrostic
  104. TROP-
    • to turn
    • tropic, phototropic
  105. PSYCH-
    • mind
    • psychology, psychosis
  106. PSEUD-
    • false
    • pseudoscientific, pseudointellectual
  107. PAL(A)E-
    old, most ancient
  108. NECR-
    • the dead, corpse, dead issue
    • necrosis, necropolis
  109. MICR-
    • small, a millionth part of
    • microphone, microsope, microgram
  110. IDE-
    • idea, thought
    • ideal, idiation
  111. HELI-
    • sun
    • helium, heliocentric
  112. GASTR-
    • stomach
    • gastric, gastrointestinal
  113. SCHIZ-
    SCHIS-
    • to split
    • schizophrenia, schism
  114. LITH-
    LITE-
    • stone
    • lithograph, phonolite
  115. GYN(E)-
    GYN(A)EC-
    • woman, female
    • gynarchy, gynecology
  116. KIN(E)-
    CIN(E)-
    • to move
    • kinetic, cinema
  117. ANDR-
    ANDER-
    • man, male, husband
    • androgenic, philander
  118. ERG-
    URG-
    • work
    • erg, energy, metallergy
  119. POL(IS)-
    POLIT-
    POLIC-
    • city, state
    • politician, policy, Annapolis
  120. ORTH-
    • straight, correct
    • orthadox
  121. OP(T)-
    • eye, to see, use the eye
    • optic, autopsy
  122. ODONT-
    • tooth
    • orthodontia, mastodon
  123. NE-
    • new, new and different form of, most recent form of, young
    • neon, neoclassic, Neoplatonism
  124. HETER-
    • the other, different
    • heterogeneous, heterosexual
  125. COSM-
    • universe, order
    • cosmic, cosmetic
  126. CH(E)IR-
    • hand
    • chiropractor
  127. IATR-
    • physician, medicine, care
    • psychiatric, pdiatric
  128. (H)OM(E)-
    • same, similar, regular
    • homogenized, homosexual, homeopathy
  129. THE-
    • god
    • theology, monotheism
  130. ALG-
    • pain
    • neuralgia, nostalgia
  131. ANGEL-
    • messenger, message
    • angelic
  132. CENTR-
    CENTER-
    • center
    • concentric
  133. DEM-
    • people
    • democracy, demographics, demagogue
  134. THANAT-
    THANAS-
    • death
    • thanatopsis
  135. EC-
    • home
    • economics
  136. BALL-
    BOL-
    BLE-
    • to throw, put
    • ballistics, symbol, emblem, problem
  137. DERM(AT)-
    • skin
    • dermatologist, epidermis, pachyderm, dermatitis
  138. GNO(S)-
    • to know
    • gnomic, dignosis
  139. MORPH-
    • form, shape
    • morphology, metamorphosis
  140. ONYM-
    ONOMAT-
    • name, word
    • anonymous, synonym
  141. BI-
    • life
    • biology, biography
  142. CHRON-
    • time
    • chronic, chronicles
  143. D(A)EMON-
    • spirit, evil spirit
    • demon
  144. GE-
    • earth
    • geology, geography
  145. LOG-
    • speech, word, reasoning
    • proporiton, thought, study of, theory of, collection of
    • apology, epilogue, prologue
  146. LY-
    LYS-
    • to loosen, destroy
    • lysosome, analysis, paralysis
  147. MNE-
    • remember
    • amnesia
  148. BIBLI-
    book
  149. CANON-
    roll, standard list, rule
  150. CRYPT-
    CRYPH-
    secret, hidden
  151. CYCL-
    circle, wheel
  152. ICON-
    image (typcial or standard)
  153. OD-
    song, poem
  154. PYR-
    fire
  155. TOM-
    (TME-)
    to cut
  156. PAN(T)-
    • all
    • panorama, Pan-American, pantomime
  157. POD-
    PUS-
    • foot
    • podium, tripod, octopus

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