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1

a, an

without or not

anarchy (without government)
atheist (not a theist)

2

ab

apart or away from

abduct (take away from)
aberration (a deviation or element that strays from the usual)

3

ad

to or toward

adhere (to stick to)
adage (a saying, literally "to say")

4

ag

to act

agent (one who acts)

agenda (schedule of items to be discussed)

agitate (to move violently)

5

amphi, ambi

both or both sides

ambidextrous (using both hands)
amphibian (an organism that lives on land and water)

6

ante

before

antebellum (before a war)
antecedent (one that precedes another)

7

anthro

man

anthropology (the study of humans)
philanthropy (love of mankind)

8

anti

against

antibody (a protein that targets foreign agents in the body)
antithesis (a contrasting idea)

9

aqua

water

aquatic (pertaining to water)
aqueduct (water channel)

10

arch

ruler or chief

archangel (chief angel)
archbishop (highest level of bishop)

11

archeo

ancient

archaic (very old)
archaism (an old-fashioned word)

12

argent

silver

argental (containing silver)

13

arthro

joint

arthritis (condition that stiffens the joints)
arthropod (invertebrate animal with jointed limbs)

14

astro

star

astronomy (study of celestial objects)
astrogeny (theory of the origin of stars)

15

audi

hearing or sound

audible (able to be heard)
auditorium (a place to hear a performance)

16

aug, auct

grow or increase

augment (to make bigger)
augend (Math.: the number increased by the addend)

17

auto

self

autonomy (self-rule)
autogamy (self-fertilization)

18

batho

deep or depth

bathophobia (fear of depths)
bathybic (living in the deepest part of the ocean)

19

belli

war

antebellum (before war)
bellicose (inclined to fight)

20

ben

good or well

benign (not harmful)
benediction (a blessing)

21

bi

two

biannual (happening twice a year)
bifurcate (to branch in two directions)

22

bibl

book

bibliography (a list of books cited)
bibliophile (lover of books)

23

bio

life

biology (the study of life)
biography (writing about one's life)

24

boni

good

bonify (to make good)
bonus (extra goods)

25

brachio

arm

bracelet (chain worn on arm)
brachiate (having arms)

26

brady

slowness

bradycrotic (causing slow pulse)
bradylogia (slowness in speaking)

27

brevi

short

brevity (briefness)
breviloquence (concise speech)

28

bronch

windpipe

bronchitis (condition affecting breathing)
bronchoscope (instrument used to view air passages)

29

bull

to bubble or boil

ebulliate (to boil or bubble)
ebullient (bubbling up, literally or figuratively)

30

burs

financial

bursar (financial administration office)
reimburse (to pay back)

31

caco

bad

cacosmia (a hallucination of a bad odor)
cacophony (unpleasant sound)

32

cad, cid, cas

fall or befall

decadent (declining or decaying)
casualty (a loss or death)

33

calc

stone

calculate (to work something out)
recalcitrance (defiance or stubbornness)

34

calli

beautiful

calligraphy (beautiful writing)

35

camer

vault or chamber

bicameral (with two chambers)
incameration (uniting lands into one chamber belonging to the Church)

36

camp

field

campus (land a school is on)
campaign (a military or political undertaking)

37

cant

sing

chant (rhythmically spoken slogan)
cantor (the head singer in a synagogue or church)

38

cand

glowing or iridescent

candle
incandescent (illuminated)

39

cap, cip, capt, cept

to take or hold

capable (ability to do or take hold)

emancipate (to free from bondage)

capture (to take into possession)

intercept (to block / hold back someone from reaching a destination)

40

capit, cipit

head

capital (main city)
decapitate (to behead)

41

carcer

jail

incarcerate (to put in jail)
carceral state (a police state)

42

cardio

heart

acardiac (without a heart)
pancarditis (inflammation of the entire heart)

43

carn

flesh

incarnation (the flesh form)
carnal (of the flesh)

44

ceas, cede, ceed, cess

to yield, move, or surrender

succeed (to move up)

exceed (to move beyond)

recede (retreat back)

45

centr, centri

center

eccentric (off center or strange)
Eurocentric (centered on Europe)

46

chron

time

chronology (timeline)
chronic (lasting a long time)

47

cide, cis

to kill or cut down

genocide (the extermination of a race)
incisors (teeth that cut)

48

circum

around

circumference (the area around)
circumstance (the situation surrounding an event)

49

civ

citizen

civics (the rights and responsibilities of a citizen)
civilian (a citizen not in the military)

50

clam

to cry out

clamor (loud shouting)
declaim (to denounce loudly)

51

clud, clus, claus

to close or shut

exclude (to shut out)
to cloister (to shut away in a secluded place)
claustrophobic (afraid of closed spaces)

52

col, con, com

together

collectively (all together)
conjoined (stuck together)

53

cogn, gnos

to know or think

cognition (process of thinking)
agnostic (one who doesn't know)

54

contra, counter

opposite

contradiction (statement that opposes a previous statement or intent)
counterintuitive (opposite of what one would expect)

55

cour, cur, curs

a course or run

current (running its course at the moment)
courier (one who "runs" to send messages)

56

crat, cracy

rule

autocrat (one person who rules alone)
plutocracy (rule by the rich)

57

macr, macer

lean

emaciation (abnormal thinness)

58

magn

great

magnificent (splendid)

59

main

foremost

mainstream (dominant course)
mainsail (the principal sail)

60

mal

bad or badly

malformation (bad structure)
malady (disease of the body)

61

man, manu

hand, make, do

manual (worked by the hands)
manufacture (the making of goods)

62

mand

command

mandatory (authoritatively ordered)
remand (to send a case back to a lower court with instructions)

63

mania

madness

maniac (insane person)
kleptomania (a madness causing a person to steal)

64

mar, mari, mer

sea

marine (pertaining to the sea)
mermaid (mythical sea creature)

65

matri

mother

maternal (relating to the mother)
matronly (relating to a mature woman)

66

medi

half, middle, between

mediate (to occupy an intermediate place or position)
medieval (pertaining to the middle ages)

67

mega

great, million

megaton (one million tons)
megalomaniac (person obsessed with doing grand things)

68

mem

recall, remember

commemoration (a service or celebration in memory of a person or event)
memento (an object that serves to remind you of a person)

69

ment

mind

mental (of or pertaining to the mind)
menticulture (improvement of the mind)

70

meso

middle

mesosphere (the region between the stratosphere and the thermosphere)
Mesoamerica (Central America)

71

meta

beyond, change

metamorphosis (a complete change of form or structure)
metabolism (chemical changes of living cells by which energy is provided)

72

meter

measure

thermometer (instrument that measures temperature)
barometer (instrument that measures air pressure)

73

metr

to measure or apportion

parameter (a measure that describes a statistical population)
metric (something that measures)

74

micro

small, millionth

microvolt (one millionth of a volt)
microgram (one millionth of a gram)

75

migra

wander

migrate (to wander)
migrant (one who wanders)

76

mit, miss

to send

emit (to send out)
permit (to send permission)

77

mob, mov, mot

move

motion
mobility (ability to move)

78

mon

warn, remind

premonition (forewarning)
admonition (warning in response to a transgression)

79

mono

one

monotonous (uttered in one unvarying tone)
monotheism (the belief in only one god)

80

mor, mort

mortal, death

mortuary (of or relating to death)
immortal (insusceptible to death)

81

morph

shape or form

morphology (branch of biology which deals with the form and structure of animals and plants)
polymorphic (the quality or state of existing in different forms)

82

multi

many, much

multilingual (the ability to speak many languages)
multitude (a great number of people)

83

nano

billionth

nanosecond (a billionth of a second)
nanotechnology (technology on the scale of nanometers)

84

nasc, nat, gnant, nai

to be born

nascent (coming or recently come to existence)
pregnant (containing a developing embryo)

85

nat, nasc

to be from or spring forth

innate (determined by factors present in an individual from birth)
renaissance (rebirth or revival)

86

neo

new

neologism (new word)
neonate (a newborn child)

87

neur

nerve

neurological (pertaining to the nervous system)
innervate (to imbue with nervous energy)

88

nom

law or order

autonomy (the right of self government)

89

nom, nym

name

nominate (to name for an election)
synonym (a word with the same meaning as another)

90

nomin, nomen

name

nomenclature (the act or process or an instance of naming)
ignominy (having one's name shamed)

91

non

nine or not

nonagon (a polygon with nine sides and nine angles)
nonferrous (not containing or including iron)

92

nov

new

renovate (to restore to a newer state)
innovate (to produce something new)

93

nox, noc

night

equinox (the day on which daylight and nighttime are of approximately equal length)
nocturnal (occurring in the night)

94

numer

number

numeral (of or relating to numbers)
innumerable (too many to be numbered)

95

ob, oc, op

against or in the way of

obstruct (to block)
occlude (to shut or stop an opening)

96

oct

eight

octagon (a polygon which has eight angles and eight sides)
octave (Mus.: an interval composed of eight diatonic tones)

97

oligo

few, little

oligosaccharide (a saccharide that contains a small number of monosaccharide units)
oligarchy (rule by a few people)

98

omni

all or every

omnivorous (feeding on both animal and vegetable substances)
omniscient (having universal or complete knowledge)

99

onym

name

anonymous (not named)
pseudonym (a fictitious name)

100

oper

work

cooperate (the act of working with others)
operate (to perform or function)

101

ortho

straight or correct

orthopedics (the correction or prevention of foot deformities)
orthodontist (a person who corrects or prevents irregularities of the teeth)

102

ous, eous, ose, ious

having the quality of

courageous (having the quality of courage)
verbose (having the quality of using many words)

103

over

excessive or above

overwork (to cause to work too hard)
overall (above all)

104

pac

peace

pacifist (strongly opposed to war or conflict)
pacify (to make calm or peaceful)

105

pair, pare

to arrange or assemble

repair (to bring back together)
prepare (to arrange ahead of time)

106

paleo

old

Paleolithic (relating to the oldest stone age)
paleomagnetism (residual magnetization in ancient rock)

107

pan

all

pandemonium (place of all demons)
Pan-Africanism (a movement for the political union of all the African nations)

108

para

beside or around

parallel (lying evenly side by side)
paralinguistic (arising in conjunction with language)

109

pat, pass, path

feel, suffer

patient (a person who suffers pains)
passion (intense or overmastering feeling)

110

pater, patr

father

paternity (the quality or state of being a father)
patriarch (a man who is a father or the founder)

111

path, pathy

feeling, suffering

pathos (an emotion of sympathetic pity)
apathy (lack of feeling or emotion)

112

ped, pod

foot

pedal (a lever pressed by the foot)
tripod (a vessel resting on three legs)

113

pedo

child

pediatrics (a branch of medicine dealing with children)
pediatrician (a specialist in pediatrics)

114

pel, puls

drive, push, urge

dispel (to drive away by)
pulsate (to throb or move rhythmically)

115

pend, pens, pond

to hang or weigh

pendant (an ornament allowed to hang free)
pendulum (a body suspended from a fixed point so it can swing freely under the action of gravity)

116

per

through, intensive

perspire (to go through skin)
perforate (to make a hole through)

117

peri

around

perimeter (outer limits)
periodontal (surrounding a tooth)

118

phage

eat

bacteriophage (a virus that infects bacteria)
macrophage (a cell that consumes foreign antigens)

119

phan, phas, phen, fan

to show or make visible

phantom (something existing in appearance only)
fantasy (the free play of creative imagination)

120

phe

speak

blaspheme (to speak of or address with a lack of respect)
decipher (to determine the meaning of)

121

phil

love

bibliophile (a lover of books)
philanthropy (good will toward fellow man)

122

phlegma

inflammation

phlegmatic (having a slow and stolid temperament)
phlegm (dull or apathetic coldness)

123

phobia

fear

claustrophobia (fear of being enclosed in narrow spaces)
acrophobia (fear of heights)

124

phon

sound

telephone (an instrument for producing sound at long distances)
symphony (consonance of sounds)

125

phot, photo

light

photography (the process of producing art or images by the action of radiant energy and light)
photon (the smallest unit of electromagnetic energy)

126

pict

to paint, show or draw

picture (a drawn graphic)
depict (to represent)

127

plac

please

placid (serenely free of interruption)
placate (to soothe)

128

pli, ply

fold

reply (to respond)
pliable (flexible, able to be folded)

129

plore

to cry out or wail

implore (to call upon)
deplore (to regret strongly)

130

plu, plur, plus

more

plural (containing more than one)
plus (in addition)

131

pneuma, pneumon

to breathe

pneumatic (having air-filled cavities)
pneumonia (a disease of the lungs)

132

pod

foot

podiatry (the medical care and treatment of the human foot)
tripod (a vessel resting on three feet)

133

poli

city

metropolis (a large city)
acropolis (a fortified district in a city)

134

poly

many

polytheism (belief in more than one god)
polygon (a closed plane figure bounded by many lines)

135

pon, pos

to place or put

postpone (to place later)
posture (the positioning or the bearing of the body)

136

pop

people

population (the people in a region)
popular (of or relating to the general public)

137

port

to carry

portable (capable of being carried or moved)
import (to carry into a place)

138

portion

part or share

portion (an individual's part or share)
proportion (a share of a quantity)

139

post

after or behind

postpone (to put off to a later date)
postdate (to date with a later date)

140

pot

power

potentate (one who wields great power)
impotent (lacking power)

141

pre

before

precede (to be earlier than)
precaution (care taken beforehand)

142

prehendere

to seize or grasp

apprehend (to catch, e.g. a fugitive)
prehensile (able to grasp)

143

prin, prim, prime

first

primacy (the state of being first)
primeval (of or relating to the earliest age or period)

144

pro

forward

propel (to drive forward)
proceed (to go forward)

145

proto

first

protocol (an original draft)
prototype (an original model)

146

psych

mind or soul

psychology (the science of mind and behavior)
psychosis (fundamental derangement of the mind)

147

punct

point or dot

punctual (being on time)
puncture (a hole)

148

pute

think

impute (to attribute, to think of as)
putative (commonly thought)

149

cresc, crease, cret

grow

increasing (growing bigger)
crescendo (part of a composition in which the music grows louder)

150

crea

create

creation (the act of creating)
creature (an animal)

151

cred

believe

incredible (hard to believe)
incredulous (unwilling to believe)

152

crit

to separate or choose

critical (involving judgment)
criterion (a standard used to make a choice or decision)

153

curs

run

cursive (writing that runs together)
concurrent (happening or "running" at the same time)

154

cura

care

curator (one who cares for artifacts in a museum)
accurate (taking care to be correct)

155

cyclo

circle or wheel

bicycle (vehicle with two wheels)
cyclic (pertaining to cycles or circular movements of time)

156

de

away or against

detach (to remove from something)
deflate (to take away air)

157

dec, dign

adequate

decent (suitable, good enough)
condign (adequate)

158

dei, div

God

deity (a god or godlike being)
divine (pertaining to God)

159

dem

people

demographics (information about people)
democracy (rule by the people)

160

dent, dont

teeth

dentist (doctor of teeth)
orthodontics (correction of tooth deformities)

161

di, dy

two

diverge (to split off in two directions)
dilemma (having to choose between two equally bad options)

162

dic, dict, dit

to say or speak

diction (way of speaking)
edict (a statement by an authority)

163

dis, dif

against or not

dislike (not like)
disconnected (not connected)
disarray (not in order)

164

doc, doct

to teach or prove

doctrine (teachings of a group or school)
docile (easy to teach)

165

domin

master

dominion (land ruled by a master)
dominate (to become master of someone or something)

166

don, dit

to give

donate (to give at no charge)
edit (to give changes/suggestions)

167

dorm

to sleep

dormant (sleeping)
dormitory (where people sleep)

168

dox

thought

unorthodox (thinking that is outside the norm)
heterodoxy (unconventional thinking)

169

duc, duct

to lead

abduct (to lead away)
conduct (to lead, e.g. an orchestra or train)

170

dura

to last

endure (to last)
duration (the length of time something lasts)

171

dynam

power

aerodynamics (the study of the power of air)
dynamite (a powerful explosive)

172

dys

abnormal

dyslexia (abnormal development in learning to reading)
dysfunctional (not working normally)

173

ec, ecto

outside of

ecstasy (out of control joy)
eccentric (outside of the norm)

174

en, em

to put into or surround with

entangle (to surround someone in problems)
ensnare (to put into a trap)

175

epi

on or over or among

epigraph (a brief statement written over another work)
epidermis (outer layer of skin)

176

equi

equal

equidistant (equally far away)
equator (the line equally distant from each pole of the Earth)

177

erg

work

allergy (illness caused by immune system working against foreign bodies)
ergomaniac (someone obsessed with working)

178

ev, et

time

medieval (the time of the Middle Ages)

179

ex

out of or away from

exhale (to breath out)
extroversion (interest in one's surroundings )

180

fa, fess

to speak

affable (easy to talk to)
famous (known by many or spoken about by many)
confess (to tell the truth admitting guilt)

181

fall, fals

to deceive

false (untrue)
fallacious (deceptive)

182

fer

to bear or carry

ferry (a boat that carries people across water)
reference (a statement that carries the significance of another connected statement or fact)

183

fid, feder

faith

fidelity (loyalty or faithfulness)
infidel (disloyal person)

184

fig

shape or form

figment (a fantastic idea formed by concepts)
figure (a shape, esp. of the body)

185

fila, fili

thread

filamentous (composed or containing many threads)
filet (lace made of threads)

186

fin

end

infinite (endless)
finish (to complete)

187

fix

to attach

prefix (a word element that is attached to the beginning of another)
transfix (to hold motionless)

188

flex, flect

to bend

genuflect (to bow with one knee bent)
reflect (to bend light back)

189

flict

to strike

conflict (strikes between foes)
inflict (to deal a blow)

190

flu

to flow

fluent (flowing easily)
fluctuate (to change or have a varying flow)

191

for, fore

before

foretell (to predict something before it has happened)
foreboding (an uneasy feeling before something bad occurs)

192

forc, fort

strong

fortitude (strength of character), forte (area of expertise or strength)

193

fra

break

infraction (the breaking of a rule)
frail (easy to break)
fragment (a broken piece)

194

fuge

to flee

refugee (one who flees for his own safety)
fugacious (fleeting)

195

fuse

to pour

infuse (to pour into)

196

gam

marriage

polygamy (marriage to more than one person)
monogamy (marriage to only one person)

197

gen

race or kind

general, generic (relating to all kinds)

198

germ

vital part

germane (relevant)

199

gest

to carry or bear

gestation (pregnancy; the period of "carrying" a child)

200

quir, quis, quest, quer

to seek or ask

query (a question)
inquire (to ask about)
quest (act of seeking or searching)

201

re

back or again

retract (to pull back)
realign (to align again)

202

reg, recti

straighten

direct (straightforward)
rectify (to set right)

203

retro

backwards

retrospect (a review of past events)
retrogression (a return to a previous state)

204

ri, ridi, risi

laughter

deride (to laugh at contemptuously)
risible (provoking laughter)
ridiculous (laughable)

205

rog

to ask

interrogate (to question formally and systematically)

206

rupt

break

interrupt (to break the continuity or uniformity of an action or conversation)
disrupt (to break the stream of an action)

207

sacr, sanc, secr

sacred

sanctify (to bless)
sacrosanct (holy)
desecrate (to violate the holiness of something)

208

salv, salu

safe or healthy

salvage (the act of saving or rescuing property in disuse)
salvation (to save from sickness, death, or sin)

209

sci, scio, scientia

know

omniscient (to have infinite understanding, awareness and insight)
conscious (perceiving with a degree of controlled observation)

210

sat, satis

enough

saturation (a condition of maximum density or activity)
satisfy (to please enough)

211

scope

to see or watch

telescope (object used to view distant objects)
colonoscopy (a medical examination of the colon)

212

scrib, script

to write

postscript (something written at the end of a document)
scribe (a copier of a manuscript)

213

se

apart, to move away from

secede (to withdraw from an organization)

214

sect, sec

cut

intersect (to cut across each other)
dissect (to separate into pieces)

215

sed, sess, sid

sit

preside (to occupy the seat of authority)
sediment (to sit at the bottom of a liquid)
session (a seated gathering)

216

semi

half, partial

semicircle (half of a circle)
semimonthly (twice a month)

217

sen, scen

old or to age

senile (exhibiting loss of abilities due to old age)
senescence (growing old)

218

sent, sens

feel, think

dissension (thinking differently from someone else)
sensitive (feeling things acutely)

219

sept

seven

septet (group of seven)
septennial (consisting of or lasting for seven years)

220

sequ, sue, secu

follow

subsequent (following in time)
ensue (to take place afterward)
prosecute (to follow until the end)

221

sign, signi

sign, mark

insignia (an official mark or badge)
signature (one's name marked on a document)

222

simil, simul

like, resembling

simultaneous (satisfied by the same conditions)
similar (alike)

223

sist, sta, stit

to stand or withstand

substitute (something that stands for something else)
persist (to remain standing)

224

solsolus

alone

solitary
soliloquy
(the act of talking to yourself)
 

225

somn

sleep

insomnia (inability to sleep)
somnambulist (a person who sleepwalks)

226

soph

wise

philosophy (love of wisdom)
sophisticated (having refined knowledge)

227

spec, spect, spi, spic

to look, see

expect (to look forward to)
aspect (the way something looks)

228

gloss, glot

tongue

glossary (a listing of terms)
polyglot (someone who speaks multiple languages)

229

sump, sume

to take or use

consume (to use up completely)
resume (to take up again)

230

glu, glo

to bind together

conglomerate (a mass of objects formed or stuck together)
agglomerate (to gather in a bunch)

231

super, supra

over or above

superimpose (to lay over or above something)
supranational (above the level of the nation)

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grad, gress, gree

to walk or step

gradually (developed or done in steps)
ingress (stepping into a place)

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syn, sym

together or at the same time

synchronous (happening at the same time)
symbiosis (the phenomenon of two organisms living together)

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graph, gram, graf

to write or draw

calligraphy (beautiful handwriting)
graphic (drawn or visually written)

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tact, tang, tag, tig

touch

tangible (able to be touched)
contiguous (touching, as of land)

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grat

pleasure

gratify (to please)
congratulation (a pleasant commendation for good fortune)

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grav

heaviness or weight

aggravate (to make "heavier" or worse)
gravity (literal and figurative weight of an object or situation)

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tain, ten, tent, tin

to hold, keep, or have

tenacious (holding steady, as against obstacles)
retain (to keep something)
contain (to hold inside oneself)

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greg

herd

aggregate (to combine into a union or mass)
segregate (to set apart from the "herd")

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tect, teg

cover

detect (to uncover)

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her, hes

to stick to

adhesion (the act of physically sticking to another object)
coherence (being able to "stick" together, as of ideas or opinions)

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tele

distance

telephone (device that allows acoustic communication at a distance)
telescope (device that allows visual observation at a distance)

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hetero

different

heterogeneous (made up of different components)

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ten, tin, tain

hold

tenure (the condition of holding a position or post)
obstinate (persisting in holding an opinion or ambition)

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tend, tens, tent

to stretch or strain

contend (to strain in competition)
tensile (relating to physical stress)

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termin

end, limit

exterminate (getting rid of completely)
terminal (relating to the end)

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test

to bear witness

testament (a statement bearing witness)
testimony (a declaration made by a witness)

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homo

same

homogenous (made up of identical components)
homophone (a word with the same pronunciation as another)

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hydra, hydro

water

hydraulics (the use of water in mechanics)
hydrosphere (the part of the environment made of water)

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therm

heat

thermostat (a device used to regulate temperature)
hypothermia (subnormal temperature of the body)

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thesis

to place or put

antithesis (something placed in opposition with another)

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tire

to draw or pull

retire (to pull back or retreat)

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tom

cut

atom (an indivisible constituent of matter)
anatomy (separation or division into parts for the purpose of detailed examination)

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tor, tors, tort

twist

torsion (twisting)
tortuous (characterized by twists and turns)

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tox

poison

intoxicated (drunk, poisoned by alcohol)
toxic (poisonous)

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tract, tra, treat, trai

to drag, pull, or draw

detract (to take away)
traction (the act of drawing or pulling with force)

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trans

across, beyond, or to change

transform (to change in structure or composition)
transoceanic (beyond the ocean)

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tri

three

tripod (a three-legged stand)
trinity (a group of three closely-related things)

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trib

to pay or bestow

tribute (a payment by one ruler or nation to another)
attribute (a bestowed quality)

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umber

shadow

umbra (a shaded area)
penumbra (an area of partial illumination)

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un

against, not, or opposite

unceasing (never ending)
unequal (not equal)

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uni

one

unicorn (mythical horse with one horn)
unanimous (of one mind)

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ure

an act, condition, process, or function

conjecture (the act of supposition)
exposure (the act of uncovering)

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vade

to go

evade (to escape from)
invade (to enter for conquest)

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veh, vect

to carry

vehicle (object used to carry goods or people)

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ven

come

venue (the place where an event is held)
convene (to summon a group)

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ver, veri

true

verity (the quality of being true or real)
verisimilitude (the quality of seeming true)

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verv, verb

word, talk

verbose (wordy)
verve (enthusiasm or spirit)

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vert, vers

to turn or change

conversion (a change into something else)
extrovert (someone whose personality is turned towards the outside)

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via

way

via (by way of)

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vic, vicis

substitute or change

vicarious (serving as a substitute)
vicissitude (a change)

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hyper

above or over

hyperactive (overly energetic)
hypersensitivity (a heightened level of sensitivity)

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hypn

sleep

hypnosis (a sleeplike state)

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ignis

fire

ignition (to start a fire)
ignescent (having fiery sparks)

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in, im, il, ir

not, in/upon

not: irreplaceable, illegitimate
in/upon: impress, irradiate 

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inter

between or amongst

international (between nations)
intercede (to come between)

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intra

within

intramural (within a community or group)
intranational (within a country or nation)

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vict, vinc

conquer

evict (to force out)
invincible (unable to be conquered)

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vid, vis

sight

evident (plain to be seen)
visible (capable of being seen)

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viv, vita, vivi

life

vitality (ability to survive)
vital (relating to life)

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voc, voke

to call

evoke (to call up or forth)
revoke (to bring back or call back)

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vol

will

malevolence (ill will, hatred)
volition (the power of deciding or choosing

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volcan

fire

volcano
vulcanize
(the process of treating crude materials such as rubber with fire)

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volv, volt, vol

to turn about or roll

revolution (turning around)
revolt (to turn against, to rebel)

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vor

to eat greedily

devour
voracious
(having a huge appetite)

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ward

direction

homeward (toward home)
windward (towards the direction from which the wind is blowing)

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with

against

withhold (to refrain from granting something)

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zo, zoo

animal

zoology (the study of animals)
protozoan (primitive animal organism)

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intro

within

introspection (looking within oneself)

290

jac, ject

throw

eject (to forcibly throw out)

291

join, junct

joint

junction (the point where two or more lines cross)
conjoin (to unite)

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judice

to judge

prejudice (preconceived assumptions)
judicious (having sound judgment)

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juven

young

rejuvenate (to restore youthfulness)

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lau, lav, lot, lut

to wash

laundry (clothes to be washed)
lavatory (washroom)

295

lect, lig

to choose or gather

eligible (able to be selected)
elective (chosen, rather than mandatory)

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leg

law

legislature (body of government that creates laws)
legality (lawfulness)

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less

without

senseless (not having sense)
penniless (without any money)

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levi

lightness

levitate (to float)
levity (lightness of spirit, lack of seriousness)

299

liver, liber

freedom

liberation (being made free)
deliver (to set free)

300

liter

words or letters

literal ("to the letter")
literary (related to books and written works)

301

loc

place

location (a specific place)
locomotion (moving from place to place)

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logo, ology

word or reason

logic (the science of reason)
logorrhea (excessive talkativeness)

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loqu, locut

to talk

loquacious (talkative)
soliloquy (a speech said to oneself)

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luc, lumlust

light

luster (a shine from reflected light)
luminous (full of light)