Classical Studies

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  1. ab-, a-, abs-
    away from, from
  2. ad-,ac-,ag-, etc.
    to, toward, near
  3. ambi-,ambo-
    both, around
  4. ante-
    before, in front of
  5. circum-, circu-
    around
  6. con-, com-, co-, etc.
    with, together, very
  7. contra-, contro-
    opposite, against
  8. de-
    down, away, off, thoroughly
  9. dis-, di-, dif-
    apart, in different directions, thoroughly
  10. CAUD-
    tail
  11. CEREBR-
    brain
  12. CID-, CIS-
    to cut, to kill
  13. DORS-
    back
  14. DUC-, DUCT-
    to lead, to draw
  15. ERR-
    to wander, to deviate
  16. FLEX-, FLECT-
    to bend
  17. FUND-, FUS-
    to pour, to melt
  18. GREG-
    flock
  19. LACT-
    milk
  20. LATER-
    side
  21. MEDI-
    middle
  22. OV-
    egg
  23. PON-, POSIT-, -POSE
    to place, to put
  24. RUG-
    wrinkle
  25. SANGUI(N)-
    blood
  26. SICC-
    dry
  27. VAL-
    to be strong, to be well
  28. VARIC-
    twisted and swollen (vein)
  29. VERT-, VERS-
    to turn
  30. ex-, e-, ef-
    out, from, removal, completely
  31. extra-, extro-
    outside of, beyond
  32. in-, im-, etc.
    into, on
  33. intra-, intro-
    within
  34. in-, im-, etc.
    not
  35. infra-
    below
  36. inter-
    between, amont
  37. juxta-
    by the side of, close to
  38. ob-, etc.
    against, toward, completely
  39. per-
    through, wrongly, completely
  40. ARTICUL-
    joint
  41. BUCC-
    cheek, mouth
  42. CLUD-, CLUS-, CLOS-
    to close, to shut
  43. CORD-
    Heart
  44. COST-
    rib
  45. CRUR-
    leg
  46. CUR(R)-, CURS-
    to run, to go
  47. DENT-
    tooth
  48. FEBR-
    fever
  49. FER-
    to carry, to bear, to produce
  50. FOLI-
    leaf
  51. HER-, HES-
    To stick
  52. JECT-, JACUL-
    to throw, dart
  53. MUR-
    Wall
  54. NOMIN-, NOM-
    name
  55. RADI-
    spoke of a wheel, ray
  56. SEMIN-
    seed
  57. TEG-, TECT-
    to cover
  58. TUSS-
    cough
  59. VEN-
    vein
  60. post-
    behind, after
  61. pre-
    before, in front of
  62. pro-
    forward, in front of
  63. re-, red-
    back, again, against
  64. retro-
    backward, behind
  65. se-
    aside, away
  66. sub-, sus-, suc-, etc
    Under, up from under, somewhat
  67. super-, supra-
    Above
  68. trans-, tran-, tra-
    Across, through
  69. ultra-
    beyond
  70. ARBOR-
    tree
  71. CAL-
    to be warm
  72. CABRIN-
    Keel
  73. CERN-, CRET-, CRE-
    To separate, tk distinguish, to secrete
  74. CILI-
    eyelid, eyelash
  75. CORN(U)-
    horn
  76. CUB-, CUMB-, CUBIT-
    to lie
  77. DORM-, DORMIT-
    To sleep
  78. FET- (FOET-)
    offspring, fetus
  79. FRANG-, (-FRING), FRAG-, FRACT-
    to break, to bend
  80. GRAD-, GRESS-
    to step, to go
  81. LINGU-
    tongue, language
  82. MENT-
    chin
  83. PLIC-, PLICIT-
    to fold
  84. POT-
    to be powerful
  85. PUR-
    pus
  86. REN-
    kidney
  87. SON-
    sound
  88. SUD-
    to sweat
  89. TRUD-, TRUS-
    to push, to thrust
  90. ACIN-
    grapes in a cluster
  91. AL-
    wing
  92. ANNUL-
    ring
  93. APIC-
    tip, summit, apex
  94. ARGENT-
    silver
  95. CAN-
    dog
  96. CAPIT- (-CIPIT-)
    head
  97. DUR-
    hard, dura mater
  98. EQU-
    horse
  99. LACRIM- (LACHRYM-)
    tear
  100. LACUN-
    small pit, gap
  101. LIMIN-
    threshold
  102. MAL-
    cheek, cheekbone
  103. OCUL-, OCELL-
    eye, little eye
  104. PALAT-
    palate, roof of the mouth
  105. PARIET-
    wall
  106. PLANT-
    sole of the foot, sprout
  107. PONT-
    bridge
  108. PULVIN-, PULVILL-
    cushion; little cushion
  109. SEN-
    old
  110. AQU(A)-
    water
  111. BREV-
    short
  112. COLL-
    neck
  113. CORON-, COROLL-
    crown, little crown
  114. CORTIC-, CORT-
    bark, outer layer
  115. CRUC-
    cross
  116. CUNE-
    wedge
  117. ENS-
    sword
  118. FALC-
    sickle
  119. FUG-
    to flee, to put to flight
  120. LINE-
    line
  121. LUC-
    light, to shine
  122. MATR-, MATERN-
    mother
  123. MONT-
    mountain
  124. MULT-
    many
  125. RET-
    net, network
  126. ROSTR-
    beak
  127. TORQU-, TORT-, TORS-
    to twist
  128. VERM-
    worm
  129. BULL-, BULLI-
    bubble, blister, to boil
  130. COL-
    to inhabit
  131. CORI-
    skin
  132. CRIST-
    crest
  133. FEC-
    excrement, sediment
  134. FLA-, FLAT-
    to blow
  135. FLOR-
    flower
  136. FORNIC-
    arch
  137. GER-, GEST-
    to carry, to bear
  138. GUTT-
    drop
  139. NEV-
    birthmark, mole
  140. NID-
    nest
  141. PULVER-, PULV-
    dust
  142. RADIC-
    root
  143. RAM-
    branch
  144. SAX-
    rock
  145. SCUT-
    shield
  146. SERR-
    saw, saw-tooth
  147. STERCOR-, STERC-
    excrement
  148. SULC-
    furrow, groove
  149. AUD-, AUDIT-
    to hear
  150. CAMER-
    camera
  151. CAD- (-CID), CAS-
    to fall, befall
  152. CAP- (-CIP), CAPT- (-CEPT-)
    to take, to seize
  153. CREPIT-
    to creak, to crackle
  154. GRAV-
    heavy
  155. JAC-
    to lie
  156. LAB-, LAPS-
    to slip, to fall, to glide
  157. MOLL-
    soft
  158. MORB-
    disease
  159. MOV-, MOT-
    to move
  160. NASC-, NAT-
    to be born
  161. PATI-, PASS-
    to suffer, to endure
  162. PLAN-
    flat
  163. PRUR-, PRURIT-
    to itch
  164. REG- (-RIG-), RECT-
    to make straight, to rule, straight, rectum
  165. RUMP-, RUPT-
    to break, to burst
  166. SCIND-, SCISS-
    to cut, to split
  167. TANG- (-TING-), TIG-, TACT-
    to touch
  168. VESIC-
    bladder, blister
  169. AMBUL-
    to walk
  170. CED-, CESS-
    to go, to yield
  171. DEXTR-
    righthand
  172. FAC- (-FIC-), FACT- (-FECT-)
    to do, to make
  173. FID-, FISS-
    to split
  174. GUST-
    to taste
  175. INSUL-
    island
  176. JUNCT-; JUG-
    to join; yoke
  177. LEV-
    lefthand
  178. MACUL-
    spot
  179. NOCT-
    night
  180. PAR-, PART-
    to give birth to, to produce
  181. PEND-, PENS-
    to hang, to weigh, to pay
  182. PRED-
    prey
  183. ROT-
    wheel
  184. SALI- (-SILI-), SALT- (-SULT-)
    to leap, to jump
  185. SORB-, SORPT-
    to suck in
  186. STRING-, STRICT-
    to draw tight
  187. TEN- (-TIN-), TENT-
    to hold
  188. VIV-
    living
  189. AC(U)-
    sharp, sour, needle
  190. ARE-
    space
  191. AUR-
    ear
  192. CALC-
    limestone, pebble, calcium
  193. CAPS-
    box
  194. CAR(N)-
    flesh
  195. CUT-
    skin
  196. FIBR-
    fiber
  197. FOLL-
    bag
  198. FUN-
    rope, cord
  199. LOC-
    place
  200. LUN(A)-
    moon
  201. OSTI-
    door, opening
  202. PART-
    part, to divide
  203. PED-
    foot
  204. PELL-
    skin
  205. PLUM-
    feather
  206. RACEM-
    cluster of grapes or berries
  207. RIM-
    crack, chink
  208. VOR-
    to eat
  209. ANS-
    jug handle, loop
  210. DIGIT-
    finger, toe
  211. FORMIC-
    ant
  212. HAUST-
    to draw out, to drink
  213. MENT-
    mind
  214. NERV-
    nerve, vein of insect wing or leaf
  215. PECTOR-
    breast
  216. PIL-
    hair
  217. PISC-
    fish
  218. PRESS-
    to press
  219. ROD-, ROS-
    to gnaw
  220. SEB-
    grease, tallow
  221. SENS-, SENT-
    to feel, to perceive
  222. SOL-
    sun
  223. SOMN-
    sleep
  224. SQUAM-
    scale
  225. TER(R)-
    earth
  226. UTER-
    womb
  227. VACU-
    empty
  228. VAS-
    vessel
  229. -al (-ial, -eal)
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  230. -ile, -il
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  231. -ar
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  232. -ine
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  233. -ic, -tic
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like
  234. -ary
    • adj
    • pertaining to, connected with, having the character of
  235. -an, -ane
    • adj
    • pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  236. -form
    • adj
    • like, having the shape of
  237. -ate, -ite
    • adj
    • having, having the shape of, chacterized by having
  238. -(u)lent, -(o)lent
    • adj
    • full of, disposed to
  239. -ose
    • adj
    • full of
  240. -ous (-ious, -eous)
    • adj
    • full of, having the character of
  241. -aceous
    • adj
    • belonging to, resembling
  242. -ent (-ient), -ant (iant)
    • adj
    • ing
  243. -ile
    • adj
    • able to be, able to, tending to
  244. -able, -ible
    • adj
    • able to be, able to, tending to
  245. -id
    • adj
    • tending to, inclined to
  246. -uous
    • adj
    • tending to, inclined to
  247. -ulous
    • adj
    • tending to, inclined to
  248. -ive
    • adj
    • tending to, inclined to
  249. -ory
    • adj
    • tending to, serving for
  250. -itious
    • adj
    • tending to, characterized by
  251. -acious
    • adj
    • tending to, inclined to
  252. -ule, -ole, -le
    • noun
    • little
  253. -ulus, -ula, -ulum, etc.
    • noun
    • little
  254. -el, -ellus, -ella, -ellum
    • noun
    • little
  255. -cule, -cle
    • noun
    • little
  256. -il, -illus, -illa, -illum
    • noun
    • little
  257. -uncle, -unculus
    • noun
    • little
  258. -ette, -et
    • noun
    • little
  259. -ory, -orium
    • noun
    • place for, apparatus
  260. -ary, -arium
    • noun
    • place for, apparatus
  261. -y, -ia
    • noun
    • quality of, state of, act of

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