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ALIEN-

Of another


Alien, alienation

1

ART-

Art, skill


Art, artifact

2

FIN-

End, limit, border


Final, definite

3

FIRM-

Firm, strong


Firmament, confirm

4

FORT-

Strong


Fort, forte, comfort

5

GRAND-

Great


Grand, grandeur

6

GRAV-, [GRIEV-]

Heavy


Grave, grievance

7

LINE-, [LIGN-]

Line


Line, align

8

NIHIL-

Nothing


Annihilate, nihilism

9

NUL(L)-

Nothing


Null, annul

10

PART-

Part


Part, depart

11

VERB-

Word, verb


Verb, adverb, verbatim, proverb

12

VEST-

Garment


Vest, vestment

13

DUC-, DUCT-

To lead


Induce, transducer, conduct, reduction

14

CED-, CESS-, CEED-

To go, yield


Concede, precede, excess, procession

15

JUDIC-

Judgement


Judicial, adjudicate

17

JUR-, JUST-

Right, law; take an oath, form an opinion, swear


Jury, conjure, just, justify

17

LOQU-, LOCUT-

To speak


Colloquial, eloquent, elocution, interlocutor

18

LEV-, [LIEF-/LIEV]

Light (in weight); to lift


Levity, elevate

19

LUD-, LUS-

To play, mock


Interlude, delude, illusion

20

PREC-

To request, beg; prayer


Imprecate, precarious

21

TRUD-, TRUS-

To push, thrust


Protrude, intrusion, unobtrusive

23

VEN-, VENT-, [VENU-]

To come


Intervene, invention, avenue, venue

24

LOC-

place

25

NOMIN-

name

26

LIMIN-

threshold

27

PULS-

to push

28

APT-

to fit

29

CRUC-, CRUX-

cros

crucify, crux

30

GREG-

flock, herd

congregate, segregate

31

HAB-, AB-, (HIB-)

to have, hold as customary

habit, dishabille, able, inability, inhibit

32

PED-

foot

pedal, impediment, pedestrian

33

PUNG-, PUNCT-

to prick; to point

puncture, punctual

34

SACR-, (SECR-)

sacred

sacrament, desecrate

35

SANCT-

holy

sanctify, sanctimonious

36

SENT-, SENS-

to feel, think

sentiment, consent, sensation

37

TURB-

disturb, upset, stir

perturb, turbulence

38

VERT-, VERS

to turn

revert, aversion

39

VI(I)-

way, road

via previous

40

CLUD-, CLUS-, [CLOS-], CLAUS-

to shut

exclude, include, disclose

41

CUR(R)-, CURS-, [COURS-], [COR(S)-]

to run, go

recur, current, excursion, concourse, succor

42

GRAD-, GRESS

to step, go

gradual (literally, by steps), progress, aggression

43

PEND-, PENS-

to hang, weigh, pay, consider

dependent, suspend, dispense, expense

44

PLE-, PLET-, PLEN-

to fill; full

implement, complete, deplete, plenary

45

SPEC-, (SPIC-), SPECT-, SPECTAT-

to look

specimen, conspicuous, inspect, respect

46

UND-, [OUND-]

wave

abundent, undulate, abound, redound

47

VID-, VIS-, [VIEW-]

to see

evident, provide, visual, provision, review

48

VOC-, VOK-

voice; to call
vocal, invoke, invocation, provoke, revoke

49

SEMI-

half, partly

semiannual

50

UN-

one

uniform, unanimous

51

PRIM-

first

primary, primitive

52

DU-

two

duet, dual

53

BI-, BIN- (before vowels)

two; twice

bicycle, binoculars

54

TRI-

three

tricycle, triangle

55

QUADR(U)-

four

quadrangle, quadruple

56

QUART-

fourth

quarter

57

QUINT-

fifth

quintuplet, quintet

58

SEXT-

six; sixth

sextet

59

SEPT(EM)-

seven

septet, September

60

OCT-

eight

octet

61

OCTAV-

eighth

octave

62

DECI(M)-

tenth

deciliter, decimal

63

CENT-

hundred

century, centennial

64

MILL-

thousand

millimeter, mill

65

SESQUI-

one and one half times

66

SECOND-

second

67

TERTI-

third

68

QUINQUE-

five

69

SEX-

six

70

SEPTIM-

seventh

71

NOVEM-

nine

72

NON-

ninth

73

DECEM-

ten

74

TORT-, TORQU-

to twist

torture, distort

75

PON-, POSIT-, [POUND-], [POSE-]

to place, put

component, deposit, position, compound, compose, oppose

76

PEL(L)-, PULS-

to drive, push

propel, compelling, impulsive, repulsive

77

NASC-, NAT-

to be born

nascent, native, prenatal, nature, natural

78

FUND-, FUS-, [FOUND-]

to pour, melt

refund, fusion, confusion, foundry

79

DUR-

hard; to last

duration, endurable

80

CERN-, CRET-, [CERT-]

to seperate, distinguish

discernment, secret, excrete, ascertain

81

AC(U)-, ACR-, ACET-

sharp, bitter

acid, acute, acetic acid

82

CAD-, (CID-), CAS-

to fall (chance), befall

cadence, accident, incident, casual, occasion

83

CAP-, (CIP-), CAPT-, (CEPT-), [CEIV-]

to take, seize

incapacitate, recipient, capture, except, reception, receive

84

FAC-, (FIC-), FACT-, (FECT-)

to do, make

faculty, efficient, manufacture, effective

85

FLOR-,

flower

florist, floral, Florida, flour

86

FLU-, FLUX-, FLUCT-, FLUV-, FLUOR(O)-

to flow, a flow

fluid, flux, effluvia, fluoroscope

87

FOLI-, [FOIL-]

leaf

folio, defoliant, tinfoil

88

NOC-, NOX, NIC-, NEC-

to harm, kill

innocent, obnoxious, pernicious, internecine

89

CRED-,

to believe, trust

credential, creditor, discredit

90

DOC-, DOCT-

to teach

document, doctor, indoctrinate

91

F(A)-, FA(B)-, FAT-, FESS-, FAM-

to speak, reveal

affable, infant, preface, confess, fame, fabulous

92

FALL-, FALS-, [FAIL-], [FAULT-]

to deceive, be mistaken

fallacy, false, failure, default

93

MOD-,

measure(correct or good)

modicum, modest, modern, modify

94

MUT-,

to change

mutant, mutation

95

TANG-, (TING-), TACT-, TIG-, TAG-

to touch

tangent, contingent, contact, intact

96

TRACT-

to drag

tractor, traction, detract

97

CULP-

blame

culprate, culbable

98

CUMB-, CUB-

to lie down

succumb, incubator

99

FEDER-,

league, treaty

confederate

100

FID-

faith

confident

101

FIDEL-

faithful

infidelity

102

HER-, HES-

to stick

adhere, adhesive

103

ORD(IN)-

to put in order, arrange

order, ordinary

104

POT-, POSS-

to be able, have power

potent, possible

105

SAL-, (SIL-), SALT-, SULT-

to leap

salient, resilient, saltatorial, insult

106

SED-, (SID-), SESS

to sit, settle

sediment, insidious, session

107

TERR-

land, earth

terrestrial, territory

108

PLAC-

please

placate, implacable, placid, placebo

109

DOM(IN)-

house, master

dome, predominant

110

FLAG(R)-, FLAM(M)-

to burn; flame

flagrant, conflagration, inflammation

111

FLAT-

to blow

inflate, flatulent, conflation

112

GEN-, GENER-

race, kind, origin

general, genus, generous

113

GEN-,

to give birth, to produce

genital, ingenious, ingenuity

114

LATER-

side

equilateral, laterally

115

LUC-, LUMIN-

to shine; light

lucid, illuminate

116

PAR-

to ready, bring forth, provide

prepare, separate

117

SEN-

old

senate, senior

118

SERV-

to serve (no prefix), to save (w/ prefixes)

servant, service, preserve, conservation

119

BELL-

war, beautiful

120

AQUA-

water

aquatic, aqueduct

121

CORPOR-, CORP(US)-

body

incorporate, corpuscle, corpse

122

OMN-

all

omnipresent, omnivorous

123

REG-, (RIG-), RECT-

right, straight; to rule, stiffen, straighten

regular, rigid, rectify

124

SIMIL-, SIMUL-

like, similar

simulate, simile

125

TEMPER-, TEMP(OR)-, [TENSE-]

time, due season; to set bounds

temperate, temperature, temporary

126

TEN-, (TIN-), TENT-, [TAIN-]

to hold

tenant, continue, content, contain

127

TEND-, TENT-, TENS-

to stretch, strive, fight

tendon, tense, tent, distend, pretense

128

TENU-

stretched, thin

tenuous, attenuate

129

ANIM-

mind, feeling, life

animal, animated

130

ANN(U)-, (ENNI-)

year

annals, annual, perennial

131

BENE-, BON-

well, good

benefactor, benefit, benign, bonus

132

CANT-, (CENT-), [CHANT-]

to sing

canorous, incantation, incentive, enchant

133

CUR-

cure, care

sincure, secure

134

EQU-, (IQU-)

equal, even

equal, equidistant, iniquity

135

FER-,

to bear, carry, go

refer, transfer, conference

136

LAT-

to bear, carry, go

elate, relate, translation

137

MAGN-

great

magnitude, magnify

138

MAL(E)-

bad

maladjusted, malicious, malignant

139

MULT-

many, much

multitude, multiply

140

OPTIM-

best

optimum

141

PLIC-, PLEX-, [PLY-]

to fold, tangle, interweave

complicate, implicate, implicit, complex, imply, multiply

142

AM-, AMAT-

to love

amorous, amatory

143

DE-, DIV-

god

deify, divine

144

[JOURN-]

day

journal

145

OR-

to speak formally, plead, beg

oracle, oration, peroratation

146

PROB-, PROBAT-, [PROV-]

good; to test

probe, probity, approve

147

RAP-, RAPT-, (REPT-)

to seize

rapid, rape, rapture

148

STRING-, STRICT-, [STRAIN-]

to draw/pull tight, tie, bind

stringent, strict, restrict, restrain

149

VER-

true

veritable, aver, very

150

LITER-

letter

literature

151

CID-, CIS (usu. long i sounds)

to kill, cut

insecticide, fratricide, incision, precise

152

MATR-, MATERN-

mother

matron, maternity

153

PATR-, PATERN-

father

patrimony, paternity

154

PATRI-

fatherland, country

repatriate

155

PATRON-

protector

patronize

156

SEQU-, SECUT-, (S)ECUT (w/ ex-)

to follow

sequence, consequence, prosecute, consecutive

157

SOL-

alone

solitude, desolation

158

VIV-

to live

vivid, revive

159

FRATER-

brother

160

SOROR-

sister

161

CRE-, CRESC-, CRET-, [CRU-]

to grow

cresent, excrescence, concrete

162

I-, IT-

to go

transient, ambient, initial, transition

163

JUG-, JUNCT-, [JOIN-], [JOINT-]

a yoke; to join

jugular, juncture, join, rejoinder, conjointly

164

LEG-

law

legate, legislature

165

LEG-, (LIG-), LECT

to choose, pick out, read

legible, legend, eligible, elect, selective

166

MON-, MONIT-

to warn, advise

admonish, monument, monitor, premonition

167

SOLV-, SOLUT-

to free, loosen

solve, absolve, solution, absolute

168

TRIT-

wear down

169

FERV-

To boil, bubble

Fervent, fervidity

170

FRANG-, (FRING-), FRACT-

To break

Frangible, fraction

171

GRAN-

Grain

Granary, granite, granola

172

MINOR-, MINUS-, MINUT-

Small, smaller

Minority, minute, diminutive

173

PATI-, PASS-

To endure, suffer

Patient, passive, passion

174

QUIR-, QUISIT-, QUEST-

To ask, seek

Inquire, inquisition, question, inquest

175

SEC-, SEG-, SECT-

to cut

secant, segment, bisect, section

176

AG-, (IG-), ACT-

to do, drive

agent, agile, inactive, transact

177

CLAM-, [CLAIM-]

to cry out

exclamation, proclamation, declaim, proclaim

178

COG-

to think, reflect, consider

cogent, cogitation

179

DIC-, DICT-

to say

diction, contradiction, edict

180

GER-, GEST-

to carry on, produce

exaggerate, congestion, digest

181

MIT(T)-, MIS(S)-

to send, let go

admit, transmitter, missile, transmission

182

SCI-

know

science, conscientious

183

SON-, SONOR-

sound

supersonic, resonance, sonata

184

VAL-, [VAIL-]

to be strong, be worthy, to fare well

value, equivalent, valid, avail, prevail

185

ERR-

to wander

error, erratic

186

JAC-, JECT-

to throw, guess

ejaculate, inject, projectile, reject

187

NOMEN-, NOMIN-

name, noun

nomenclature, nominate, pronominal

188

SCRIB-, SCRIPT-

to write

describe, inscribe, scribble, conscription, subscription

189

(S)TA-, ST(A)-, STIT-, SIST-, (S)IST-

to stand

stance, circumstance, station, insist

190

VOLV-, VOLUT-

to roll

revolve, involve, evolution, revolution

191

VIR-

man, poison

virile, virus

192

CAPIT-, (CIPIT-)

head

capital, decapitate, precipitate

193

GNO-, NO-, NOT-

to know

recognize, ignore, noble, note

194

LOC-, [LIEU-]

place

local, dislocate

195

PUT-

to prune, reckon, think

amputate, compute, impute

196

RADIC-

root

radical, eradicate

197

ROG-

to ask

arrogant, derogatory

198

SPIR-

to breath

spirit, conspire, inspiration

199

MILIT-

soldier

military

200

AL-, ALT-

to nourish, grow tall

alumnus, alimony, altitude

201

MEDI-

middle, in the middle of

median, medium, immediate

202

MIGR-

to move from one place to another

migratory, transmigrate, immigrant

203

MORT-

death

mortal, mortuary

204

PET-, [PEAT-]

to seek, assail

compete, petition, appetite

205

PUG(N)-

to fight; a fist

repugnant, impugn, pugilist

206

PRED-

prey

207

GRAT(I)-

pleasing, grateful

gratitude, gratuitous

208

MISC-, MIXT-

to mix

promiscuous, immiscible, admixture

209

MOV-, MOT-

to move, feel, affect

movement, remove, motion, remote

210

NEG-

to deny

negative, renegade

211

PURG-

to clean

purge, purgative

212

VULG-

common, ordinary, common people (rabble)

vulgar, vulgate

213

PROL-

offspring

proliferate, proletariat

214

CORD-

heart, feeling

cordial, accord, record

215

TERMIN-

boundary, end

terminal, determine

216

FLECT-, FLEX-

to bend

deflection, reflection, flexible, reflex

217

MAN(U)-

hand

manicure, manipulate, manual, manuscript

218

PORT-

to carry

portable, deport, report

219

STRU-, STRUCT-

to build

instrument, structure, instruct

220

VINC-, VICT-

to conquer

convince, evince, victor, convict