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  1. A- (An-/Ah-)
    Not, without
  2. Acanth-
    Thorny, prickle
  3. Acou-
    To hear
  4. Acr-
    Summit, extremity
  5. Actin-
    Ray
  6. Aden
    Gland
  7. Aer
    Air, gas
  8. -al
    Pertaining to, like, belonging to, having the character of
  9. Alg-
    Pain
  10. -Algesia
    Sense of pain
  11. Ambly-
    Dull
  12. Amphi/ampho-
    Around, on both sides
  13. Amygdal-
    Almomd, tonsil
  14. Amyl-
    Starch
  15. -an
    Pertaining to, like, one connected with
  16. Ana- (an-/ah-)
    Up, back, again
  17. Andr-
    Man, male
  18. Angi-
    Vessel
  19. Anth-
    Flower
  20. Anthrop-
    Man, human being
  21. Anti- (ant-)
    Against, opposite
  22. Apo- (ap-)
    From, off, away
  23. Arachn-
    Spider
  24. Argyr-
    Silver
  25. Arthr-
    Joint, speech sound, articulation
  26. Astr-/aster-
    Star
  27. Aut-
    Self
  28. Ba-
    To step, to go, to walk
  29. Ball-/bol-/-ble
    To throw, to put
  30. Bar-
    Weight, pressure
  31. Bary-
    Heavy
  32. Blast-
    Bud, germ, embryonic cell
  33. Blenn-
    Mucus
  34. Blep-
    To see
  35. Blephar-
    Eyelid
  36. Bi-
    Life
  37. Brady-
    Slow
  38. Brom-
    Stench, bromine
  39. Bul- (boul-)
    Will
  40. Carcin-
    Cancer
  41. Cardi-
    Heart
  42. Cata- (cat-)
    Down, against, according to, very
  43. Cephal-
    Head
  44. Encephal-
    Brain
  45. Cheil- (chil-)
    Lips
  46. Chlor-
    Green, chlorine
  47. Chol(e)-
    Bile, gall
  48. Chondr-/chondri-
    Cartilage, granule
  49. Chrom- (chromat-/chro-)
    Color
  50. Chron-
    Time
  51. Clad-
    Branch-
  52. Clas-
    To break
  53. Cocc-
    Berry shaped organism
  54. Col-
    Colon
  55. Coni-
    Dust
  56. Copr-
    Excrement
  57. Cor(e)-
    Pupil of the eye
  58. Cra-
    To mix
  59. Crani-
    Crainium
  60. Cri-
    To distinguish
  61. Crin-
    To secete
  62. Cry-/crym-
    Ice, cold
  63. Crypt-
    Hidden
  64. Cyan-
    Blue
  65. Cye-
    To be pregnant
  66. Cyst-
    Bladder, cyst, sac
  67. Cyt-
    Cell
  68. Dacry-
    Tear
  69. Dactyl-
    Fingers, toes
  70. De-
    To bind
  71. Desm-
    Ligament
  72. Dem-
    Peope, country
  73. Derm-/dermat-
    Skin
  74. Dia- (di-)
    Across, through, between
  75. Dips-
    Thirst
  76. Drepan-
    Sickle
  77. Dys-
    Bad, disordered, difficult
  78. Ec- (ex-)
    Out, out of, outside
  79. -ectomy
    Surgical removal of
  80. Eme-
    To vomit
  81. -emia (-hemia)
    Condition of the blood, congestion of blood
  82. En- (em-/el-)
    In, into, inward
  83. En- + anti-
    Opposite
  84. Endo-/ento- (end-/ent-)
    Within, inner
  85. Enter-
    Intestine
  86. Eo(s)-
    Dawn or early age, rosy
  87. Epi- (ep-)
    Upon, on, to, in addition to
  88. Erg-
    Work
  89. Erythr-
    Red
  90. Es-/eis-
    Inward, into
  91. Esthe- (aesthe-)
    To feel, to perceive
  92. Eu-
    Good, well, normal
  93. Eury(s)-
    Wide
  94. Exo-/ecto-
    Outside, external
  95. Galact-/gala-
    Milk
  96. Gam-
    Union, marriage
  97. Gaster-/gaster-
    Stomach, belly of a muscle
  98. Ge-
    Earth
  99. Genous-/genic-
    Producing, produced
  100. Ger-/geroni-
    Old person, old age
  101. Geu-
    To taste
  102. Gloss-/glot(t)-
    Tongue, language
  103. Glyc-
    Sugar
  104. Glycos-
    Sugar, glucose
  105. Gnath-
    Jaw
  106. Gno-
    To know
  107. Graph-
    To write
  108. Gram-
    Thing written
  109. Gynm-
    Naked, uncovered
  110. Gyn(e)-/gynec-/gynaec-
    Female
  111. -hedron
    Solid figure having a specified number of faces
  112. Helic-/helix-
    Spiral
  113. Helminth-
    Worm
  114. Hem-/hemat- (haem-/ haemat-)
    Blood
  115. Hepat-/hepar-
    Liver
  116. Heter-
    Other, different
  117. Hidro(s)-
    Sweat
  118. Hist-/histi-
    Tissue
  119. Hod-/od-
    Road, way
  120. Hydr-
    Water, fluid
  121. Hygr-
    Moisture
  122. Hyper-
    Over, excessive, more than normal
  123. Hypo- (hyp-)
    Below, deficient, less than normal, somewhat
  124. Hyster-
    Uterus, hysteria
  125. -is/-y
    State of, condition of, quality of
  126. -iasis
    Diseased condition
  127. Iater-
    Physician, medical treatment
  128. -ic/-tic/-ac
    Pertaining to, like
  129. Ichthy-
    Fish
  130. -ician
    Specialist in, practitioner of
  131. -ics/-tics
    Art, scienc, or study of
  132. Idi-
    One's own, peculiar, distinct
  133. -in/-ine
    Chemical substance
  134. Irid-/iris
    Iris, rainbow
  135. Is-
    Equal, same
  136. Isch-
    To suppress
  137. -ism/-ismus
    Condition of (belief in)
  138. -ist/-ast
    One who
  139. -itis
    Inflammstion of
  140. -ium
    Part, lining or enveloping tissue, region
  141. Kine- (cine-)
    To move
  142. Lal-
    To talk
  143. Lapar-
    Abdomen, soft part of the body between ribs and hip
  144. Lecith-
    Yolk
  145. Lex-
    To read
  146. Lip-
    Fat
  147. Lith-/lite-
    Stone
  148. -logy
    Science of, systematic study of
  149. Ly-
    To loosen, to dissolve, to break up
  150. -lysis
    Dissolution of or by, surgical division or separation
  151. -mania
    Madness for or about
  152. -ma/-m/-me
    Result of the act of
  153. Mast-/maz-
    Breast
  154. Mega-/megal-
    Large, one million
  155. -meter
    Instrument for measuring, measure
  156. -metry
    Art or science if measuring
  157. Melan-
    Black, dark
  158. Men-
    Moon, menstruation
  159. Meta- (met-)
    After, change, transfer
  160. Metr-
    Uterus
  161. Mening-
    Membrane
  162. Mne-
    To remember
  163. Mogi-
    Diffiult
  164. Morph-
    Form
  165. Myc-/mycet-
    Fungus
  166. Myel-
    Spinal cord, marrow
  167. My-/mys-/myos-
    Muscle
  168. Myi-
    Fly
  169. Ne-
    New, new and different form of
  170. Necr-
    Corpse, dead tissue
  171. Nephr-
    Kidney
  172. Neur
    Nerve, nervous system, tendon
  173. -nomy
    Science of, system of laws governing
  174. Odont-
    Tooth
  175. Odyn-
    Pain
  176. -oecious
    Having a house or dwelling
  177. -oid/-ode
    Like, having the shape of
  178. Olig-
    Few, scanty
  179. -oma
    Tumor arising in or composed of
  180. Onych-
    Finger or toenail, claw
  181. Op-/opt-
    Eye, to see
  182. Prosop-
    Face
  183. Ophthalm-
    Eye
  184. Orch(i)-/orchid-
    Testicle
  185. Orth-
    Straight, correct
  186. -osis
    Diseased condition of, act of, process of
  187. Osm-
    Smell
  188. Ost(e)-
    Bone
  189. Ot-
    Ear
  190. -ous (-ious)
    Full of, pertaining to, like
  191. Pan-/pant-
    All, complete
  192. Para-(par-)
    Beside, resembling, disordered, associated
  193. Path-
    Disease, suffering, feeling
  194. -pathy
    Disease of, trestment of disease of or by
  195. Ped- (paed-)
    Child
  196. Pedia-
    Instruction
  197. Pep(s)-/pept-
    To digest
  198. Peri-
    Around, near
  199. Pha-/phan-
    To appear, to show
  200. Phag-
    To eat
  201. Phil-
    To love, having an affinity for
  202. -philous/-philic
    Loving, thriving in, pollinated by the agency
  203. -phobia
    Abnormal fear of
  204. Phor-/pher-
    To bear, to go
  205. Phren-
    Mind, diaphram
  206. Phyll-
    Leaf
  207. Phyt-
    Plant, growth
  208. Plas(t)-
    To form, to mold
  209. -plasty
    Formation, plastic surgical operation
  210. Plex-
    Stroke
  211. Pleg-
    Paralysis
  212. Pod-/pus-
    Foot
  213. Poly-
    Many, much
  214. Pro-
    Before, in front of, forward
  215. Proct-
    Anus, rectum
  216. Pros-
    Toward, in addition to, fronting
  217. Pseud-
    False
  218. Psych-
    Mind, soul
  219. Py-
    Pus
  220. Rhe-/rrh-
    To flow, current
  221. Rhin-/rrhin-
    Nose
  222. -rrhea
    Abnormal flow or discharge of
  223. Scop-
    To view
  224. -sis/-sia/-sy/-se
    Act of, process of, result of the act of
  225. Som-/somat-
    Body
  226. Sta-
    To stand, to stop, to fix, to regulate
  227. Stol-/stal-/-stle
    To send, to contract
  228. Stom-/stomat-
    Mouth, opening
  229. -stomy
    The making of a surgical opening
  230. Styl-
    Pillar
  231. Syn- (sym-/syl-/sy-/sys-)
    With, together
  232. Tars-
    Instep, edge of the eye
  233. Tac-/tax-
    To arrange, to put in order
  234. -te/-t (-tes)
    Onw who, that which
  235. -ter
    Means of, place for
  236. Tele-
    Afar, operating at a distance
  237. Thanat-
    Death
  238. The-
    To put, to place
  239. Thec(a)-
    Case, sheath
  240. -therapy
    Treatment of or by
  241. Therm-
    Heat
  242. Thromb-
    Clot
  243. Poli-
    Gray
  244. Top-
    Place
  245. Tom-
    To cut, section
  246. Entom-
    Insect
  247. -tomy
    Surgical operation on, surgical cutting of
  248. Trop-/trep-
    To turn, response to stimulus
  249. Troph-
    Nourishment, development
  250. Ur-
    Urine, urinary system
  251. Ure-
    To urinate
  252. -uria
    Condition of the urine
  253. Zo-
    Animal, living being
  254. -us
    Individual, person
  255. -idae/-ida/-id
    Descended from, related to
  256. Agog(ue)-
    Inducing the flow of, expelling
  257. Arch(e)-
    Ancient, beginning, primitive
  258. Aux(e)-
    Increase
  259. Didym-
    Twin, testicle
  260. Gyr-
    Circle, ring
  261. Hipp-
    Horse
  262. Ischi-
    Hip
  263. Lep-
    To seize
  264. Macr-
    Large, long
  265. Mel-
    Limb
  266. Micr-
    Small, one millionth
  267. Narc-
    Stupor
  268. Omphal-
    Naval
  269. Pex-
    To fasten
  270. Pag-
    United
  271. Platy(s)-
    Broad, flat
  272. Sapr-
    Rotten
  273. Sial-
    Saliva
  274. Sthen-
    Strength
  275. Tach(y)-
    Swift
  276. Ur-
    Tail
  277. -ium/-ion
    Little
  278. -idium/-idion
    Little
  279. -arium/-arion
    Little
  280. -isk/-iscus
    Little
  281. Asc-
    Bag
  282. Branchi-
    Gills
  283. Carp-
    Fruit
  284. -Cele
    Hernia, swelling
  285. Colp-
    Vagina
  286. Gen(e)-/gon-
    To be produced, to produce
  287. Gon-
    Seed
  288. Heli-
    Sun
  289. Mer-
    Part
  290. Nyct-
    Night
  291. Onym-
    Name
  292. Oo-
    Egg
  293. Pachy-
    Thick
  294. Pen-
    Deficiency, want
  295. Phleb-
    Vein
  296. Phthi
    To waste away
  297. Phyc-
    Seaweed, algae
  298. Pto-
    To fall
  299. Salping-
    Tube, specifically eustachian or fallopian tube
  300. Saur-
    Lizard
  301. Xanth-
    Yellow
  302. -ize
    To make, to treat, to do something with
  303. -ate
    To make, to treat, to do something with
  304. -agra
    Painful seizure
  305. Brachi-
    Arm
  306. Cente-
    To puncture
  307. Chir-/cheir-
    Hand
  308. Cel(i)-/coel-/-coel
    Cavity, abdominal cavity
  309. Dendr-
    Tree
  310. Hyal-
    Glass, vitreous body of the eye
  311. Laryng-
    Larynx
  312. Lei-
    Smooth
  313. Malac-
    Soft
  314. Mastig-
    Whip, flagellum (mastix)
  315. Pter-/pteryg(i)-
    Wing, fin
  316. Schiz-/schis(t)-
    To split
  317. Splanchn-
    Entrails, viscera
  318. Thi-
    Sulfur
  319. Thorac-
    Chest, thorax
  320. Tox-
    Poison
  321. Trich- (thrix-)
    Hair
  322. Xer-
    Dry
  323. -ma (singular)
    -mata (plural)
  324. -sis (singular)
    -ses (plural)
  325. -on (singular)
    -a (plural)
  326. -itis (inflammation of, singular)
    -itides (plural)
  327. -nx (singular)
    -nges (plural)
  328. A-x (singular)
    -ces (plural)
  329. All-
    Other, different
  330. Ankyl-
    Bent, stiff, adhesion of parts
  331. Er-/ erot-
    Love
  332. Geny-
    Jaw, cheek
  333. Geni-
    Chin
  334. Hol-
    Whole, entire
  335. Hom-/home-
    Same, similar
  336. Hypn-
    Sleep
  337. Ide-
    Idea, mental image
  338. Leuk- (leuc-)
    White
  339. Ont-
    Being, individual
  340. Phyl-
    Race, class
  341. Pyel-
    Pelvis, especially of the kidney
  342. Pyg-
    Buttocks
  343. Stear-/steat-
    Fat, yellow
  344. Strept-/ stroph-
    Turned, twisted
  345. Thall-
    Young shoot
  346. Thym-
    Mind, emotions
  347. Trib-/trip-
    To rub, to crush
  348. Zyg-
    Yoke
  349. Hemi-
    Half
  350. Mon-
    Single, one
  351. Prot-
    First, original, primitive
  352. Di-
    Twice, double
  353. Dich-
    In Two
  354. Deut-/deuter-
    Second
  355. Tri-
    Three
  356. Tetr(a)-
    Four
  357. Pent(a)-
    Five
  358. Hex(a)-
    Six
  359. Hept(a)-
    Seven
  360. Oct(a)-
    Eight
  361. Enne(a)-
    Nine
  362. Dec(a)-
    Ten
  363. Hect-
    Hundred
  364. Kilo-
    One thousand
  365. Cac- (kak-)
    Bad
  366. Cau-/caus-
    To burn
  367. Cli-/clei-
    To close
  368. Cleist-
    Closed
  369. Cly(s)-
    TO wash
  370. Crot-
    Pulse beat
  371. Dolich-
    Long
  372. Ede-
    To swell
  373. Lept-
    Thin, delicate
  374. Log-
    Word, speech, reason
  375. Mes-
    Middle
  376. Myx-
    Mucus, slime
  377. Oxy-/ox-
    Sharp, acid, oxygen
  378. Peter-
    Rock
  379. Phon-
    Sound, voice
  380. Phot-
    Light
  381. Poie-
    To make
  382. Presby-
    Old
  383. Pyr-/pyret-
    Fire
  384. Pyrex-
    Fever
  385. Rhiz-/rrhiz-
    Root
  386. Glauc-
    Silvery, gray-green
  387. Gon(y)-/gonat-
    Knee
  388. (H)apt-
    To touch
  389. (H)aph-
    Sense of touch
  390. Kary-/cary-
    Nucleus, nut
  391. Kerat-/cerat-/ker-/cer-
    Horn, horny tissue, cornea
  392. Lepid-
    Scale
  393. Nem-/nemat-
    Thread
  394. Nos-
    Disease
  395. Onc-/oncus-
    Tumor, swelling
  396. Phra-
    To speak
  397. Pneum-/pneumat-
    Air, gas
  398. Phylac(t)-
    To guard, to protect
  399. Porphyr-
    Purple
  400. Sarc-
    Flesh
  401. Scler-
    Hard
  402. Sep-
    To rot, to putrify
  403. Sit-
    Food
  404. Splen-
    Spleen
  405. Sten-
    Narrow
  406. Stere-
    Solid, three-dimensional
  407. Cyn-
    Dog
  408. Hapl-
    Single
  409. Kym-/cym-
    Wave
  410. Lemm(a)-
    Sheath, husk
  411. Loph-
    Chest, ridge, tuft
  412. Lophi-
    Small crest, lophion
  413. Lymph-
    Water, lymph
  414. Mit-
    Thread
  415. Ornis-/ornith-
    Bird
  416. Pale-/palae-
    Old, anciemt
  417. Pha-
    To speak
  418. Phem-
    Voice
  419. Phrag-
    To block up, to wall in
  420. Plan-
    Wandering
  421. Pleur-
    Side, rib, pleura
  422. Plo-
    Folded, fold (as in threefold)
  423. Pne(a)-/pneust-
    Breathing
  424. Rhaph-/-rrhaph-
    To sew, to jerk
  425. Staphyl-
    Bunch of grapes, uvula
  426. Steth-
    Chest
  427. Xen-
    Host, stranger, foreigner
  428. Balan-
    Acorn, the glans penis
  429. Bry-
    Moss
  430. Camp(t)-/campyl-
    Bent
  431. Carp-
    Wrist
  432. Cerc-
    Tail
  433. Cleid-
    Clavicle
  434. Doch-
    To take or receive
  435. Ech-
    Echo, repetition
  436. Gangli-
    Mass of nerve tissue, small cyst or swelling
  437. Gli-
    Glue
  438. In-
    Fiber, muscle
  439. Rhach(I)-/rach(I)-/-rrhach-
    The spine
  440. -rrhag-
    Excessive discharge, usually of blood
  441. Sphygm-
    Pulse
  442. Spondyl-
    Vertebra
  443. Stern-
    Chest, breastbone
  444. Thel-
    Nipple
  445. Toc-/tok-
    Childbirth
  446. Tret(t)-
    To bore, to perforate
  447. Zym-
    Ferment, enzyme
  448. Adelph-
    Brother
  449. Ancon-
    Elbow
  450. Calypt(r)-
    Hidden
  451. Chord-
    Cord
  452. Chor(i)-
    Fetal menbrane
  453. Clon(us)-
    Muscle spasm
  454. Coll(a)-
    Glue
  455. Ec-/oec-/oek-/oik-/oic-
    House
  456. Not-
    The back
  457. Om-
    Shoulder
  458. Opisth-
    Behind
  459. Phy-
    To grow
  460. Por-
    Passage, pore
  461. Pty-
    To spit
  462. Ptyal-
    Saliva
  463. Rhabd-
    Rod
  464. Spor-
    Seed, spore
  465. Stig-
    Pricking, mark, point
  466. Tel(e)-
    Completion, end, purpose
  467. Troch-
    Wheel, disk
  468. Xyl-
    Wood
  469. Alex-
    To ward off
  470. Antr-
    Cavity, sinus
  471. Bronch(i)-
    Air tube
  472. Chlamyd-
    Cloak, envelope
  473. Chy-
    To pour
  474. Chym-/chyl-
    Juice
  475. Condyl-
    Knob, knuckle
  476. Corm-
    Trunk of a tree or body
  477. Gon(i)-
    Angle
  478. Hal-
    Salt
  479. Pali(n)-
    Again, back
  480. Poikil-
    Varied, irregular, mottled
  481. Pycn-/pykn-
    Thick, frequent
  482. Pyl(e)-
    Gate, entrance
  483. Sperm-/spermat-
    Seed, semen
  484. Sphen-
    Wedge
  485. Spir-
    Coil
  486. Syring-
    Pipe, tube (syrinx)
  487. Ta-
    To stretch
  488. Ton-
    Stretching, tension
  489. Trachel-
    Neck

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