GRS Prefixes, Suffixes, Comparatives

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  1. ab, a

    ab-, a-
    from, away from
  2. ad

    ad-, a(x)-
    to, toward, for
  3. ante

    ante-
    before
  4. cum

    co-, c(x)-
    with, together
  5. circum

    circum-
    around
  6. contra

    contra-, counter-
    against
  7. de

    de-
    down, down from, about
  8. ex, e

    ex-, e-, ef-
    out of
  9. extra

    extra-
    outside
  10. in

    in-, il-, im-
    in, into, on
  11. inter

    inter-
    between
  12. intra

    intra-
    within
  13. ob

    ob-, o(x)-
    to, against
  14. per

    per-, pel-
    through, by
  15. post

    post-
    after
  16. prae

    pre-
    before
  17. pro

    pro-
    in front of, on behalf of
  18. sine

    se-
    without
  19. sub

    sub-, su(x)-
    under, in addition to
  20. super

    super-
    above
  21. trans

    trans-, tra-
    across
  22. ultra

    ultra-
    beyond
  23. amphi

    amphi-
    around, both sides, both kinds
  24. ana

    ana-
    up, backward, again
  25. anti

    anti-
    against
  26. apo

    apo-, aph-
    from, away from
  27. cata

    cata-, cath-
    down, away, concerning
  28. dia

    dia-
    through
  29. en

    en-, em-
    in
  30. ex

    ex-, ec-
    out of
  31. epi

    epi-, eph-
    on, at, to, in addition to
  32. hyper

    hyper-
    over, beyond, excessive
  33. hypo

    hypo-, hyph-
    under, below, slightly
  34. meta

    meta-, meth-
    with, after, beyond
  35. para

    para-
    beside, beyond, contrary
  36. peri

    peri-
    around, about, near
  37. pro

    pro-
    before, in front
  38. pros

    pros-
    to, toward, in addition to
  39. syn

    syn-, sy(x)-
    with, together
  40. malus, mali
    bad
  41. pejor
    worse
  42. pessimus
    worst
  43. bonus, boni
    good
  44. melior
    better
  45. optimus
    best
  46. parvus, parvi
    small
  47. minor / minus
    smaller
  48. minimus
    smallest
  49. magnus, magni
    large
  50. major
    larger
  51. maximus
    largest
  52. multus, multi
    much
  53. plus / pluris
    more
  54. plurimus
    most
  55. super, superi
    above
  56. superior
    higher above
  57. supremus, summus
    highest
  58. ulter, ultri
    beyond
  59. ulterior
    farther
  60. ultimus
    farthest
  61. exter, exteri
    outside
  62. exterior
    outer
  63. extremus
    outermost
  64. alis

    -al
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    MARGINAL
  65. ialis

    -ial
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    INDUSTRIAL
  66. anus

    -an
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    AMERICAN
  67. ianus

    -ian
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    PEDESTRIAN
  68. aris

    -ar
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    MODULAR
  69. arius

    -ary
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    DOCUMENTARY
  70. bilis, ilis

    -ble
    -ile
    Capable of being:

    • INGESTIBLE
    • PROJECTILEĀ 
  71. inus

    -ine
    Having the characteristic of or belonging to:

    CLANDESTINE
  72. osus

    -ose
    -ous
    Full of or abounding in:

    • VERICOSE
    • FIBROUS
  73. lentus

    -lent
    Full of or abounding in:

    VIRULENT
  74. itudo

    -itude
    Abstract state of quality of:

    ATTITUDE
  75. itia

    -ice
    Abstract state of quality of:

    SERVICE
  76. monium, monia

    -mony
    Abstract state of quality of:

    PATRIMONY
  77. ia, ium

    -y
    Abstract state of quality of:

    MEMORY
  78. itas

    -ity
    Quality of:

    EQUITY
  79. ietas

    -iety
    Quality of:

    SATIETY
  80. atus

    -ate
    Office or group engaged in:

    SANATE
  81. arium

    -arium
    Place where:

    PLANETARIUM
  82. ismus

    -ism
    An abstract belief in:

    HUMANISM
  83. ista

    -ist
    One who believes in:

    HUMANIST
  84. culus

    -cule
    Diminutive:

    MINISCULE
  85. ellus

    -el
    Diminutive:

    NOVEL
  86. illus

    -il
    Diminutive:

    PUPIL
  87. olus

    -ole
    Diminutive:

    AREOLE
  88. uleus, ulus

    -ule
    Diminutive:

    MODULE
  89. mentum

    -ment
    State of or quality of:

    DOCUMENT
  90. bulus, bulum

    -ble
    Means of, place of, result of:

    STABLE
  91. men

    -men
    Means of, place of, result of:

    SPECIMEN
  92. or

    -or
    Means of, place of, result of:

    VALOR
  93. culus, culum

    -cle
    Means of, place of, result of:

    VEHICLE
  94. bilis, ilis

    -ble
    -ile
    Capable of being:

    • STABLE
    • DOCILE
  95. ax, acis

    -acious
    Inclined to:

    VIVACIOUS
  96. uus, ulus

    -ous
    -ulous
    Inclined to:

    • VACUOUS
    • CREDULOUS
  97. idus

    -id
    Inclined to:

    MORBID
  98. ns, ntis

    -nt
    Indicative of the present participle:

    COGNIZANT
  99. ntes, ntia

    -nce
    -ncy
    Indicative of the present participle:

    • SOMNAMBULANCE
    • AGENCY
  100. or, rix

    -or
    -rix
    He who / she who:

    • CONTRACTOR
    • EXECUTRIX
  101. ura

    -ure
    Act or result of:

    RAPTURE
  102. ory, orium

    -ory
    -orium
    That which is used for:

    • CONSERVATORY
    • AUDITORIUM
  103. ivus

    -ive
    Given to:

    COMPULSIVE
  104. io, ionis

    -ion
    State of, result of, process of:

    COMBUSTION
  105. ilis

    -ile
    Capable of being:

    TATCILE
  106. igo (from ago)

    -igate
    -igation
    Do or drive:

    • IRRIGATE
    • NAVIGATION
  107. ficio (from facio)

    -fy
    -fic
    -ficate
    Make or do:

    • PACIFY
    • PACIFIC
    • PONTIFICATE
  108. cipio (from capio)

    -cipate
    -cipation
    Take:

    • PARTICIPATE
    • PARTICIPATION
  109. scent, scence

    -scent
    -scence
    Process of being or continuing:

    • INCANDESCENT
    • SENSESCENCE
  110. -fact
    Made:

    • ARTEFACT
    • ARTEFICIAL
  111. -vore
    Eater:

    • CARNIVORE
    • CARNIVOROUS
  112. -fer
    Carrier:

    • CONIFER
    • CONIFEROUS
  113. -cide
    Killer, killed:

    • SUICIDE
    • PATRICIDAL
  114. ikon (G)

    -ic
    Pertaining to:

    COSMIC
  115. akon (G)

    -ac
    Pertaining to:

    CARDIAC
  116. tikon (G)

    -tic
    Pertaining to:

    POLITIC
  117. oides (G)

    -oid
    Like or having the form of:

    SPHEROID
  118. ia (G)

    -y
    Quality of:

    APOLOGY
  119. ica, tica (G)

    -tics
    Art, science or study of:

    POLITICS
  120. tes, ter, tor (G)

    -t
    -ter
    -tor
    One who does:

    • GYMNAST
    • CREATOR

  121. ma (G)

    -me
    Result of:

    THEME
  122. sis, sia (G)

    -sis
    -isy
    Result of:

    • BASIS
    • HYPOCRISY
  123. eion, eon (G)

    -eum
    Place for:

    MUSEUM
  124. iskos (G)

    -isk
    Diminutive:

    ASTERISK
  125. ismos

    -ism
    Abstract quality, belief, or theory of:

    IDEALISM
  126. logos, logio (G)

    -logy
    Art, study, science of:
  127. cratos, cratia, crasia (G)

    -cracy
    Rule by:
  128. -crat (G)
    Ruler:
  129. -cratic (G)
    Pertaining to rule:
  130. arche, archia (G)

    -archy
    Rule by:
  131. archon, archos (G)

    -arch
    Ruler:
  132. grapho, graphia (G)

    -graph(y)
    Tool for writing:
  133. gramma (G)

    -gram
    Thing written:
  134. scopeo (G)

    -scope
    Tool for viewing:
  135. -scopy (G)
    Viewing
  136. metron, metria (G)

    -metry
    Science of measuring:
  137. -meter (G)
    Tool for measuring:
  138. -metric (G)
    Pertaining to measuring:
  139. nomos, nomia (G)

    -nomy
    Rules of:
  140. nomicos, nomicon (G)

    -nomic
    Pertaining to rules:
  141. izein (G)

    -ize
    Verb-forming:
  142. a-, an- (G)
    Not, lack of
  143. in- (G)
    not
  144. non- (G)
    not
  145. dis- (G)
    apart, away from, reverse
  146. malum, mali (G)

    mal-
    bad
  147. cacon (G)

    cac-
    bad
  148. dys- (G)
    bad, difficult
  149. miseo

    miso-
    hate
  150. hetero- (G)
    other, different
  151. retro- (G)
    backward
  152. archeon, paleon
    old (G)
  153. neon

    neo-
    new (G)
  154. crypton

    crypt-
    hidden (G)
  155. quasi-
    as if, resembling

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