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  1. pachy-
    heavy, thick
  2. pall(o), pallid(o)
    pale, lacking or drained of color
  3. palliat(o)
    cloaked, hidden
  4. palm(o)
    palm of the hand
  5. palpat(o)
    touch, feel, stroke
  6. palpebr(o)
    eyelid
  7. palpit(o)
    throbbing, quivering
  8. pan-
    all, entire, every
  9. papill(i), papill(o)
    nipple-like
  10. papul(o)
    pimple
  11. par(o)
    to bear, bring forth, labor
  12. paralys(o), paralyt(o)
    disable
  13. parasit(o)
    parasite
  14. pares(i)
    to disable
  15. -paresi
    partial or incomplete paralysis
  16. paret(o)
    to disable
  17. -pareunia
    sexual intercourse
  18. pariet(o)
    wall
  19. -parous
    having borne one or more children
  20. paroxysm(o)
    sudden attack
  21. -partum, parturit(o)
    childbirth, labor
  22. paus(o)
    cessation, stopping
  23. -pause
    stopping
  24. pector(o)
    chest
  25. pedicul(o)
    louse (singular), lice (plural)
  26. pend(o)
    to hang
  27. per-
    excessive, through
  28. percept(o)
    become aware, perceive
  29. percuss(o)
    strike, tap, beat
  30. perine(o)
    perineum
  31. peristals(o), peristalt(o)
    constrict around
  32. perme(o)
    to pass or go through
  33. pernici(o)
    destructive, harmful
  34. perone(o)
    fibula
  35. perspir(o)
    perspiration
  36. pertuss(i)
    intensive cough
  37. petechi(o)
    skin spot
  38. phac(o)
    lens of the eye
  39. -phage
    a cell that destroys, eat, swallow
  40. phak(o)
    lens of eye
  41. phall(i), phall(o)
    penis
  42. phas(o)
    speech
  43. -phasia
    speak or speech
  44. phe(o)
    dusky
  45. pher(o)
    to bear or carry
  46. -pheresis
    removal
  47. phlegm(o)
    thick mucus
  48. phon(o), -phonia
    sound, voice
  49. phor(o)
    carry, bear, movement
  50. -phoria
    to bear, carry, feeling, mental state
  51. -phthisis
    wasting away
  52. -phylactic
    protective, preventive
  53. -physis
    to grow
  54. phyt(o), -phyte
    plant
  55. pigment(o)
    pigment, color
  56. pinn(i)
    external ear, auricle
  57. plac(o)
    flat plate or patch
  58. placent(o)
    placenta, round flat cake
  59. plak(o), -plakia
    plaque, plate, thin flat layer or scale
  60. plan(o)
    flat
  61. plant(i), plant(o)
    sole or foot
  62. plas(i), plas(o), -plasia
    development, growth, formation
  63. plasm(o)
    something molded or formed
  64. ple(o)
    more, many
  65. plex(o)
    plexus, network
  66. plic(o)
    fold or ridge
  67. pne(o)
    breath, breathing
  68. pol(o)
    extreme
  69. pollic(o)
    thumb
  70. polyp(o)
    polyp, small growth
  71. pont(o)
    pons (a part of the brain), bridge
  72. poplit(o)
    back of the knee
  73. por(o)
    pore, small opening
  74. -porosis
    lessening in density, porous condition
  75. port(i)
    gate, door
  76. potent(o)
    powerful
  77. pract(i), practic(o)
    practice, pursue an occupation
  78. prandi(o), -prandial
    meal
  79. -praxia
    action, condition concerning the performance of movements
  80. -praxis
    act, activity, practice use
  81. precoc(i)
    early, premature
  82. pregn(o)
    pregnant, full of
  83. prematur(o)
    too early, untimely
  84. preputi(o)
    foreskin, prepuce
  85. presby(o)
    old age
  86. press(o)
    press, draw
  87. priap(o)
    penis
  88. process(o)
    going forth
  89. procident(o)
    fall down, or foward
  90. procreat(o)
    reproduce
  91. prodrom(o)
    running ahead, precursor
  92. product(o)
    lean forward, yield, produce
  93. prolaps(o)
    fall downward, slide forward
  94. prolifer(o)
    reproduce, bear offspring
  95. pron(o), pronat(o)
    bent foward
  96. prosth(o), prosthet(o)
    addition, appendage
  97. prot(o), prote(o)
    first
  98. protein(o)
    protein
  99. prurit(o)
    itching
  100. psor(i), psor(o)
    itch, itching
  101. ptomat(o)
    a fall
  102. -ptyal(o)
    salive
  103. pub(o)
    pubis, part of the hip bone
  104. pubert(o)
    ripe age, adult
  105. pudend(o)
    pudendum
  106. puerper(i)
    childbearing, labor
  107. pulpos(o)
    fleshy, pulpy
  108. puls(o)
    beat, beating, striking
  109. punct(o)
    sting, prick, puncture
  110. pupill(o)
    pupil
  111. pur(o)
    pus
  112. purpur(o)
    purple
  113. purul(o)
    pus-filled
  114. pustul(o)
    infected pimple
  115. pyret(o)
    fever, fire
  116. pyramid(o)
    pyramid-shaped

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