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dactyl
"finger, digit"
dam(n)
"loss, harm"
dat
see don, dot, dor, dos, dow "give"
de-
"away, down, from"
deb
"owe"
dec
1. "acceptable"

2.(related to dog, doc "teach, praise")

3. "ten"
dei, div
"god, augury"
del
"wipe out"
dem
"people"
demon
"demon"
den, odon
"tooth"
dendr
"bush, tree"
derm(at)
"skin"
dexter
"right hand, adroit"
di
"day"
di-, dich-, dy-, du-
"two"
di-
see dis- "away, apart, not, lacking"

(related to dia- "through, across, between, opposite")
dia-
"through, across, between, opposite"
diabol, diabl
"devil"
dich
see di-, dy-, du- "two"
dic(t)
"speak, give"
digit
"finger, toe, number"
dign
"worthy, fitting"
dipl
"double"

(related to di-, dich-, dy-, du- "two"

and plec, ple "fold, tangle")
dis-, di-
"away, apart, not, lacking"

(related dia- "through, across, between, opposite")
div
see dei "god, augury"
doc
see dog "teach, praise"
doc, dog
"teach, praise"
dol, dolor
"suffer"
dom
"house, control"
don, dat, dot, dor, dos, dow
"give"
dorm
"sleep"
dors
"back"
dos
see don, dat, dot, dor, dow "give"
dot
see don, dat, dot, dos, dow "give"
dow
see don, dat, dot, dor, dos "give"
drom
"run, course"
du-
see di-, dich-, dy- "two"
duc
"lead, pull"
dulc
"sweet"
dupl
1. see dipl "double"

2. (related to di-,dich-, dy-, du- "two"

and plec, ple "fold, tangle")
dur
"hard, lasting"
dy-
see di-, dich-, dy-, du- "two"
dyn
"power"
dys-
"bad, badly"
-e
1. Adjective

2. Noun

3. Verb
ec-
see ex- "out, away"

(related to exo "outside")
ec
"inhabit"
eccles
"assembly, church"
ech
"reflected sound, repetition"
-ec
Stem Extender
-ectomy
1. "act of cutting out"

2. (see ec-, ex- "out, away" [related to exo "outside"]

tom, tm "cut"

-y "Noun; Verb; Stem Extender; small")
-ee
passive Noun
-eer
see -r Stem extender
ego
"self"
eid
see vid, id, ed "see"
-el
see -l "small"
-em
Noun
em
see hem "blood"
eme
"element of a system"
en-, in-
1. "in, into"

2. "not, lacking"
en-
1. Verb

2. see in-, en- "in, into"; "not, lacking"
encephal
"brain"

(see an- "lacking, not" and cephal "head")
endo-
1. "inside"

2. (related to en-, in- "in, into")
-ent
"one who, that which"
ent
see es(s), ont "be, basic"
entom
"insect"

(see en-, in- "in, into"

and tom, tm "cut)
eo-
"dawn, early"
epi-
"upon, over, after, in addition"
equ
"horse"
equi
"even, level"
-er
see -r 1. Stem Extender

2. "one who, that which"
erg, urg, org
"work"
ero
"physical love"
err
"wander, go wrong"
-ery
see -er 1. "Stem Extender", 2. "one who, that which"

-y "Noun; Verb; Stem Extender; small"
-esc, -sc
"becoming"
es(s), ent, ont
"be, basic"
esth
"perceive"
-et
Stem Extender
eth
"burn, light, delicate"
eth(n)
"custom"
etym
"source"
eu
"good, well"
eury
"broad"
ev
"age, time"
ex-, ec-
"out, away"

(related to exo "outside")
exo
"outside"

(related to ex-, ec- "out, away")
fa, pha, fe, phe
"speak, spoken about"

(related to phon "voice, sound")
fac
1. "do, make"

2. "form"
facient
"bringing about"

(see fac "do, make"

and -ent "being, having, pertaining to")
fal, faul
"false"
fan
see phan, phen, fan "show, appear"

(related to phot, phos "light")
farr
see ferr "iron"
fe
see fa, pha, fe, phe "speak, spoken about"

(related to phon "voice, sound")
febr
"fever"
fel
"cat"
felic
"happy"
fem
"woman"
fend
"strike, ward off"
fer, pher, phor
"bear, send, bring"
fer
"wild"
ferr, farr
"iron"
ferv
"boil, glow"
fest
"feast, joyful, occasion"
fet
"unborn, child"
fiber
"fiber"
fid
1. "trust, bold"

2. "split, divided"
fig
"form"
fil
1. "offspring"

2. "thread, line"
fin
"end, pay off"
firm
"strong"
fic
"fasten"
fla, flu
1. "blow"

2. (related to flu, fluc, fluv "flow, river")

3. (related to fluor "fluorine, fluorescence)
flag, phleg, phlog
"burn"

(related to flam "flame")
flagell
"whip"
flam
"flame"

(related to flag, phleg, phlog "burn")
flec
"bend, turn"
flig
"strike, destroy"
flor, flos, flour
"bloom, flower"

(related to foli, folio "leaf, sheet",

and phyll "leaf")
flu, fluc, fluv
1. "flow, river"

2. related to fla, flu "blow"

3. related to fluor "fluorine; fluorescence"
flu
1. see fla "blow"

2. flu, fluc, fluv "flow, river"

3. related to fluor "fluorine; fluorescence"
fluc
1. see flu, fluc, fluv "flow, river"

2. fla, flu "blow"

3. related to fluor "fluorine; fluorescence"
fluor
1. "fluorine; fluorescence"

2. (related to 1. flu, fluc, fluv "flow, river"

3. fla, flu "blow"
fluv
1. see flu, fluc, fluv "flow, river"

2. fla, flu "blow"

3. related to fluor "fluorine; fluorescence"
foc
"center"
fod
"dig"
folio
"leaf, sheet"

(related to phyll "leaf"

and flor, flos, flour, foli "bloom, flower")
foll, fool
"cavity, empty, headed"
form
"shape"
formic
"ant"
fort
"strength, ease"
fran
see phren, fren "mind, heart, diaphragm"
frag, frang
"break, deflect"
frater
"brother"
fren
see phren, fran "mind, heart, diaphragm"
fric
"rub"
frig
"cold"
front
"forehead, forwardness"
fru(g)
"fruit, produce"
frut
"shrub"
fug
"flee"
fum
"smoke, vapor"
fund
1. "base, bottom"

2. see fus "pour, melt, blend"
fung
"perform"
furc
"fork"
fus, fund
"pour, melt, blend"
g
see ag "act"

(related to agog "teach, induce"

and agon "struggle")
galac
"milk"

(related to lac "milk")
gam
"marriage, sexual union"
garg, gurg, gorg
"throat, abyss"
gaster
"stomach"
geo
"earth"
gel, gl
"solidify, jelly, ice"
gem, gemin
"twin"
gem, gemm
"bud, precious stone"
gen, gon, gn, germ
"birth, innate quality, origin"
gen, gon
1. "knee, angle"

2. "birth, innate quality, origin"
ger
1. "old"

2. see ges "carry, bring, offer"
germ
see gen "birth, innate quality, origin"
ges, ger
"carry, bring, offer"
gl
see gel "solidify, jelly, ice"
gladi
"sword"
glob, glom, glu
"gather, stick, ball"
glos, glot
"tongue, speech"
gluc
see glyc "sweet"
glu
see glob, glom "gather, stick, ball"
glyc, gluc
"sweet"
glyp(h)
"carve"
gn
see gen, gon, germ "birth, innate quality, origin"
gn, gnos, gnor
"to know"

(related to norm "standard, pattern"

and possibly, to not "note" [related to gno])
gon
1. see gen, gn, germ "birth, innate quality, origin"

2. see gen "knee, angle"
gorg
see garg, gurg "throat, abyss"
grad
"step, go"
gram
see graph "make lines, write, record"
grand
"great"
graph, gram
"make lines, write, record"
grat
"thankful, pleased, kind"
grav
"heavy, bad"
greg
"flock, gather"
gurg
see garg, gorg "throat, abyss"
gust
"taste, enjoy"
gymno
"naked, nude"
gyn, gynec
"woman, female"
gyr
"ring, circle"
hab, ab
"hold, have, possessions"

(related to -albe, -ible, -ble
"able to be, suitable for")
hagio
1. "sacred, saint"

2. (sacer "sacred")

3. (hier(o) "scared")
hal
see sal "salt, sea"
hecto
"hundred, many"
hedon
"pleasure"
hed(r)
"seat, surface"

(related to sed "sit, stay")
heli(o)-
1. "sun"

2. (related to sol, "sun")
helic
"spiral"
helmint(h)
"worm"
hem, em
1. "blood"

2. sangui(n) "blood"
hemi-, semi-
"half"
hept, sept
"seven"
hemer
"day"
her, heir
"heir, inheritance"
her
see hes "stick, hold back"
herb
"grass, herb"
heir
see her "heir, inheritance"
herp(et), serp
"creep, reptile"
hes, her
"stick, hold back"
hetero
"other, different"
hex, sex
"six"
hiero
1. "sacred"

2. hagio "sacred"

3. sacer "sacred"
hilar
"cheerful, glad"
hipp
"horse"
hod
see od "way, journey"
hol
1. see sol "whole"

2. (related to salv "safe, healthy, salute")
hom
1. "earthling, human being"

2. (related to hum "earth, ground, low")
homo-, homeo-
"same"

[ident "same"]
hor
1. "hour, season, time"

2. "bristle, shake"
hum
1. "earth, ground, low"

2. (related to hom "earthling, human being")

3. "moist, mental, state"
hyd(r)
"water"
hyper, super
"over, above"

(related to sum, summ "highest, total")
hypno
"sleep, hypnotic trance"
hypo-
"under, below, partial"
hyps-
"high, height"
hyster
see uter "womb, hysteria"
-i
Plural
-ia
1. "condition, disorder"

2. "collection of"

3. "area"

4. "flower"
-iac
see -ac 1. "one who, that which"

2. "being, having, pertaining to"

3. Stem Extender
-ian
see -an 1. "one who, that which"

2. "being, having, pertaining to"
iatr
"treat"
-ible
see -able, -ble "able to be, 1. suitable for"

2. (related to hab, ab "hold, have, possessions")
-ic
"being, having, pertaining to"
-ical
see -ic "being, having, pertaining to"

and -al "being, having, pertaining to"
-ice
Noun
ichthy
"fish"
-icle
see -l "small"
icon
"image"
-id
"being, having, pertaining"
id
see vid, ed "see"
ident
"same"

[homo-, homeo- "same"]
-idio
"peculiar"
-ier
see -r, -ar, -er, -eer, -or, -yer

"one who, that which"
ign
"fire"
-ile
"being, having, pertaining to"
-im
"most"
in-, en-
1. "not, lacking"

2. "in, into"
in-
1. see en- "in, into"

2. in-, en- "not, lacking"
-in
Noun
jac
"throw, lay, lie"
joc
"jest"
jud(g)
1. "judge"

2. (related to jus, jur "ritual, law, equity")
jug, jung
1. "join"

2. (related to zyg "yoke"
jur
1. see jus "ritual, law, equity"

2. related to jud(g) "judge"
jus, jur
1. "ritual, law, equity"

2. related to jud(g) "judge"
juven
"young"