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gli-

glia; supporting tissue of the brain and spinal cord; Glue

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-malacia

a softening (of an organ or structure)

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pia-

pia mater;

innermost layer of the meninges;

Tender/Soft layer of meninges

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excessive preoccupation (with something)

-mania

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-mania

excessive preoccupation (with something)

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-phoria

emotional state of feeling [i.e. mental state; -phoria is not used in relation to five senses]

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ganglion [pl. ganglia]; collection of nervous tissue
[Greek "knot"]

gangli- ganglion-

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glia; supporting tissue of the brain and spinal cord; Glue

gli-

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-phile

one who has a love/liking/preference/affinity (For something or someone)

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paralysis

-plegia

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mening- meninge- meningi-

meninges; membranes covering the spinal cord and brain
[Singular. Meninx]
[Greek "Membrane"]

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phil-

love; strong preference/affinity (for something/someone)

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root (only in a botanical context);

nerve root (in body and nervous system)

[Latin]

rhiz- radic- radicul-

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one who has a persistent and irrational fear (for someone or something)

-phobe

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malignant tumour

-carcinoma

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pia mater;

innermost layer of the meninges;

Tender/Soft layer of meninges

pia-

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pertaining to sensitivity

-esthetic

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loving/liking/preferring/having affinity for (something or someone)

-philic

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meninges; membranes covering the spinal cord and brain
[Singular. Meninx]
[Greek "Membrane"]

mening- meninge- meningi-

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-esthesia

sensation; sensitivity

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-phobe

one who has a persistent and irrational fear (for someone or something)

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a name; a word

onomat-

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pertaining to movement

-kinetic

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love (for something or someone) a liking or preference (for something or someone); an affinity (for something)

-philia

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dur-

dura mater; outmost layer of the meninges; tough layer of meninges

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cerebrum; largest part of the brain

cerebr-

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rhiz- radic- radicul-

root (only in a botanical context);

nerve root (in body and nervous system)

[Latin]

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dream; dreaming

oneir-

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-philia

love (for something or someone) a liking or preference (for something or someone); an affinity (for something)

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-philic

loving/liking/preferring/having affinity for (something or someone)

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-carcinoma

malignant tumour

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dendr-

dendrite; threadlike extension of a neuron

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hypothalam-

hypothalamus

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-phobic

persistently and irrationally fearing (something or someone)

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-kinetic

pertaining to movement

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cortex [pl. cortices]; the outer layer (of an organ or biological structure)
[Latin]

cortic-

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phob-

persistent and irrational fear (of something or someone)

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plexus; collection of the nervous tissue; a collection of blood or lymph cells

plex-

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cortic-

cortex [pl. cortices]; the outer layer (of an organ or biological structure)
[Latin]

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-kinesia -kinesis

movement

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mind; mental activity

phren- psych- ment-

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oneir-

dream; dreaming

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thalam-

thalamus
[Greek]

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persistent and irrational fear (of something or someone)

-phobia

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arachnoid mater; arachnoid; interior layer of the meninges; "spider web"

arachn- 

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sensation; sensitivity

-esthesia

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persistent and irrational fear (of something or someone)

phob-

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speech

phas-

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one who has a love/liking/preference/affinity (For something or someone)

-phile

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-moa -omata [pl. only] -oncus

tumour; a swelling; abnormal mass

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onomat-

a name; a word

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gangli- ganglion-

ganglion [pl. ganglia]; collection of nervous tissue
[Greek "knot"]

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emotional state of feeling [i.e. mental state; -phoria is not used in relation to five senses]

-phoria

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phren- psych- ment-

mind; mental activity

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neur- nerv-

nerve; nervous system; nervous tissue

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-plegia

paralysis

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persistently and irrationally fearing (something or someone)

-phobic

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gray matter [of the nervous system]

poli-

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encepha-

encephalon; the brain; 
[Greek]

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-esthetic

pertaining to sensitivity

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movement

-kinesia -kinesis

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the pons Varolii [a bridge of tissue which connects portions of the nervous system within the brain] pons;

a bridge of tissue (within a structure).

[Latin]

pont-

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ventricle; a small cavity

ventricul-

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encephalon; the brain; 
[Greek]

encepha-

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hypothalamus

hypothalam-

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dura mater; outmost layer of the meninges; tough layer of meninges

dur-

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dendrite; threadlike extension of a neuron

dendr-

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ventricul-

ventricle; a small cavity

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love; strong preference/affinity (for something/someone)

phil-

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nerve; nervous system; nervous tissue

neur- nerv-

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-phobia

persistent and irrational fear (of something or someone)

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thalamus
[Greek]

thalam-

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arachn- 

arachnoid mater; arachnoid; interior layer of the meninges; "spider web"

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bone marrow; spinal cord

myel-

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phas-

speech

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marrow; medulla; inner portion (of an organ or structure) [pl. medullae]
[Latin "middle"]

medull-

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tumour; a swelling; abnormal mass

-moa -omata [pl. only] -oncus

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poli-

gray matter [of the nervous system]

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plex-

plexus; collection of the nervous tissue; a collection of blood or lymph cells

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myel-

bone marrow; spinal cord

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pont-

the pons Varolii [a bridge of tissue which connects portions of the nervous system within the brain] pons;

a bridge of tissue (within a structure).

[Latin]

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a softening (of an organ or structure)

-malacia

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medull-

marrow; medulla; inner portion (of an organ or structure) [pl. medullae]
[Latin "middle"]

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cerebr-

cerebrum; largest part of the brain