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vita, vitae

life
combining form: bio-

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bios (greek)

life
combining form: bio-

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sanguis, sanguinis

blood
combining form: hema- or hemato-; -emia

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hema, hematos (greek)

blood
combining form: hema- or hemato-; -emia

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corpus, corporis

body
combining form: somato-

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os, ossis

bone
combining form: osteo-

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musculus, musculi

muscle
combining form: myo-

8

nervus, nervi

nerve
neuro-

9

cutis, cutis

skin
dermato-

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soma, somatos (greek)

body
somato-

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oseton (greek)

bone
osteo-

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mys, myos (greek)

muscle
myo-

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neuron (greek)

nerve
neuro-

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derma, dermatos (greek)

skin
dermato-

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clavus, clavi

key > collarbone

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patella, patellae

small pan > knee cap

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tibia, tibiae

flut > shinbone

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fibula, fibulae

buckle, clamp > leg bone that extends from knee to ankle

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malleus, mallei

hammer

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incus, incudis

anvil

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stapes, stapis

stirrup

22

hygieia (greek)

health

23

salus, salutis

health

24

sanum, sani

healthy

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mens sana in corpore sano

a sound mind in a sounds body

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iatros (greek)

doctor

27

medicus, medici

healer

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doceo-docere-doctum

show, teach

29

-logist

specialist

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hospes, hospitis

hots; guest, stranger

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morbus, morbi

illness

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patrior-pati-passum

suffer, endure

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pascho (greek)

suffer, endure

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>pathos (greek)

suffering, misfortune

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caput, capitis
cephalo-

head

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cerebum, cerebri
encephalo-

brain

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oculus, oculi
ophthalmo-

eye

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auris, auri
oto-

ear

39

nasus, nasi
rhino-

nose

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os, oris
stomato-

mouth

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dens, dentis
odonto-

tooth

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lingua, linguae
glosso-
glotto-

tongue

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cephale (greek)
cephalo-

head

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encephalos (greek)
encephalo-

brain

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ophthalmos (greek)
ophthalmo-

eye

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ous, otos (greek)
oto-

ear

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rhis, rhinos (greek)
rhino-

nose

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stoma, stomatos (greek)
stomato-

mouth

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odous, odontos (greek)
odonto-

tooth

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glossa (greek) or glotta
glosso-
glotta-

tongue

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orthon (greek)

straight

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pes, peids

foot

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pous, podos (greek)

foot

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skeletos (greek)

dried up; mummy

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therapeia (greek)

service; care

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abdomen, abdominis
entero-

belly

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stomachus, stomachi
gastro-

belly

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cors, cordis
cardio-

heart

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renum, reni
nephro-

kidney

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pulmo, pulmonis
pneumo-

lung

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enteron (greek)
entero-

belly

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gaster, gastros (greek)
gastro-

belly

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cardia (greek)
cardio-

heart

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nephros (greek)
nephro-

kidney

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hepar, hepatos (greek)
hepato-

liver

66

pneumon (greek)
pneumo-

lung

67

femina, feminae

woman

68

gyne, gynecos (greek)

woman

69

aner, andros (greek)

man

70

anthropos (greek)

man, human being

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homo, hominis

man, human being

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cir, ciri

man

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senex, senis

old man

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geron, gerontos (greek)

old man

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juvenis, juvenis

young person

76

puer, pueri

child (boy)

77

pes, pedos (greek)

child

78

gnosis (greek)

knowledge

79

nosco-noscere-notum

know

80

bacterion (greek)

rod, stick

81

bacillus, bacilli

small rod

82

frango-frangere-fractum

break

83

fungus, fungi

sponge

84

sphongos (greek)

sponge

85

trauma, traumatos (greek)

wound

86

virus, viri

poison

87

-osis

diseased condition of, state of

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-itis

inflammation of

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-oma

swellin

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-iasis

diseased condition of

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-pathy

diseased condition of; treatment

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-plegia

paralysis

93

plege (greek)

blow

94

-algia

pain

95

algos (greek)

pain

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-odynia

pain

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odyne (greek)

pain

98

-rrhea

flow or discharge

99

rheo (greek)

flow

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-gen

production of

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genos (greek)

birth, source

102

-genis

producing

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manus, manus

hand

104

opsis (greek)

sight

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opteuo (greek)

see, look at

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-tomy

cutting, incesion

107

tomos (greek)

cutting

108

-ectomy

cutting out, removal

109

-stomy

making an opening

110

stoma (greek)

mouth, opening

111

valeo-valere

be strong, be good in health

112

valesco

be strong

113

hypnos (greek)

sleep

114

coma (greek)

deep sleep

115

somnus, somni

sleep

116

sopor, soporis

deep sleep

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Morpheus

the son of Somnus, he was the bringer of dreams, and given the name because of the various forms he could assume

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morphe (greek)

shape, form

119

mors, mortis

death

120

morior, mori, mortum

die

121

thanatos (greek)

death

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supercilium, supercilii

eyebrow

123

cilium, cilii

eyelash

124

sarx, sarcos (greek)

flesh

125

sarcaso (greek)

tear

126

dieta (greek)

way of life

127

levis, levis

light, easy

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munis, muneris

gift, reward