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Fat

(root)
Lip
Fat

(combining form)
lip/o

(combining form)
blood condition

(suffix)
-emia

(suffix)
excessive

(prefix)
hyper-

(prefix)
protein

(root)
protein

(root)
vessel (CF)
angi/o, vas/o, vascul/o
(CF)
heart (CF)
cardi/o (cf)
small intestine (cf)
enter/o (cf)
esophagus (cf)
esophag/o (cf)
stomach (cf)
gastr/o (cf)
blood (cf)
hem/o, hemat/o
liver (cf)
hepat/o (cf)
bone (cf)
oste/o (cf)
urine (cf)
ur/o, urin/o (cf)
pertaining to (sf)
-al, -eal (sf)
expansion or dilation (sf)
-ectasis (sf)
excision (removal) (sf)
-ectomy (sf)
condition of (sf)
-ia (sf)
inflammation (sf)
-itis (sf)
study of (sf)
-logy
enlargement (sf)
-megaly (sf)
creation of an opening (sf)
-stomy (sf)
incision (sf)
-tomy (sf)
few or deficient (pf)
oligo- (pf)
alongside of, or abnormal (pf)
para- (pf)
around
peri- (pf)
pertaining to (sf)
-ac, -al, -ar (sf)
pain (sf)
-dynia (sf)
structure or tissue (sf)
-ium (sf)
suture (sf)
-rrhaphy (sf)
rupture (sf)
-rrhexis (sf)
within (pf)
endo- (pf)
upon (pf)
epi- (pf)
below or under (pf)
sub-
ilium
part of the intestine
sitology
study of food
ilium
part of the hip bone
cytology
study of cells
abduction
to draw away from
adduction
to draw towards
hepatoma
liver tumour
hematoma
blood tomour
aphagia
inability to swallow
aphasia
inability to speak
uterus
hyster/o, metr/o, uter/o
singular ending:
-a
plural ending:
-ae
singular ending:
-is
plural ending:
-es
singular ending:
-ma
plural ending:
-mata
singular ending:
-on
plural ending:
-a
singular ending:
-um
plural ending:
-a
singular ending:
-us
plural ending:
-i
singular ending:
-ax
plural ending:
-aces
singular ending:
-ex
plural ending:
-ices
singular ending:
-ix
plural ending:
-ices
singular ending:
-y
plural ending:
-ies
without (pf)
a-, an- (pf)
against of opposed to (pf)
anti-, contra- (pf)
from, down or not (pf)
de- (pf)
away from (pf)
ab- (pf)
to, towards or near (pf)
ad- (pf)
around (pf)
circum-, peri- (pf)
across or through (pf)
dia-, trans- (pf)
out or away (pf)
e-, ec-, ex- (pf)
outside (pf)
ecto-, exo-, extra- (pf)
within (pf)
en-, endo-, intra- (pf)
upon (pf)
epi- (pf)
between (pf)
inter- (pf)
middle (pf)
meso- (pf)
beyond, after or change (pf)
meta- (pf)
alongside of, or abnormal (pf)
para- (pf)
backward or behind (pf)
retro- (pf)
two, or both (pf)
bi- (pf)
half (pf)
hemi-, semi- (pf)
above or excessive (pf)
hyper- (pf)
below or deficient (pf)
hypo- (pf)
large or long (pf)
macro- (pf)
small (pf)
micro- (pf)
one (pf)
mono-, uni-
all (pf)
pan-
many (pf)
poly-, multi-
four (pf)
quadri-
below or under (pf)
sub-, infra-
above or excessive (pf)
super-, supra-
three (pf)
tri-
beyond or excessive (pf)
ultra-
before (pf)
ante-, pre-, pro-
slow (pf)
brady-
fast (pf)
tachy-
after or behind (pf)
post-
again or back (pf)
re-
together or with (pf)
con-, syn-, sym-
painful, difficult or faulty (pf)
dys-
good or normal (pf)
eu-
new (pf)
neo-
pain (sf)
-algia, -dynia
origin or production (sf)
-genesis
breaking down or dissolution (sf)
-lysis
enlargement (sf)
-megaly
resembling (sf)
-oid
abnormal reduction (sf)
-penia
discharge (sf)
-rrhea
involuntary contraction (sf)
-spasm
pouching or hernia (sf)
-cele
expansion or dilation (sf)
-ectasis
blood condition (sf)
-emia
formation or presence of (sf)
-iasis
softening (sf)
-malacia
tumour (sf)
-oma
condition or increase (sf)
-osis
attraction for (sf)
-phil, -philia
falling or downward displacement (sf)
-ptosis
to burst forth (usually blood) (sf)
-rrhage,-rrhagia
rupture (sf)
-rrhexis
puncture for aspiration (sf)
-centesis
binding (sf)
-desis
suspension or fixation (sf)
-pexy
surgical repair or reconstruction (sf)
-plasty
suture (sf)
-rrhapy
process(sf)
-ation
noun marker(sf)
-e
condition of(sf)
-ia, -ism
condition or process of(sf)
-y
suture or tissue(sf)
-ium
pertaining to (sf)
-ac, -al, -ar, -ary, -eal, -ic, -ous, -tic
dimunitive endings (meaning small)
-icle, -ole, -ula, -ule
record (sf)
-gram
instrument for recording (sf)
-graph
process of recording (sf)
-graphy
treatment(sf)
-iatrics, -iatry
study (sf)
-logy
one who specializes in the study or the treatment of (sf)
-logist
one who specializes in (sf)
-ist
instrument for measuring (sf)
-meter
process of measuring (sf)
-metry
formation (sf)
-poiesis
instrument for examination (sf)
-scope
process of examination (sf)
-scopy
stop or stand (sf)
-stasis
blue (cf)
cyan/o
red (cf)
erythr/o
white (cf)
leuk/o
black (cf)
melan/o
air, gas (cf)
aer/o
blood(cf)
hem/o, hemat/o
water(cf)
hydr/o
fat(cf)
lip/o
pus(cf)
py/o
abdomen(cf)
abdomin/o, lapar/o
extremity or topmost(cf)
acr/o
gland(cf)
aden/o
vessel(cf)
angi/o, vas/o, vascul/o
joint(cf)
anthr/o
head(cf)
cephal/o
colon(cf)
col/o, colon/o
cell(cf)
cyt/o
skin (cf)
derm/o, dermat/o, cutane/o
tissue (cf)
hist/o
nose (cf)
rhin/o, nas/o
kindney (cf)
nephr/o, ren/o
nerve (cf)
neur/o
mouth (cf)
or/o
bone (cf)
oste/o
air or lung (cf)
pneumon/o
cancer (cf)
carcin/o
to secrete (cf)
crin/o
sensation (cf)
esthesi/o
fiber(cf)
fibr/o
origin or production(cf)
gen/o
woman (cf)
gynec/o
stone (cf)
lith/o
form (cf)
morph/o
death(cf)
necr/o
tumour, mass (cf)
onc/o
straight, normal, correct (cf)
orth/o
disease (cf)
path/o
child or foot (cf)
ped/o
eat or swallow (cf)
phag/o
speech (cf)
phas/o
formation (cf)
plas/o
exaggerated fear or sensitivity (cf)
phob/o
mind (cf)
psych/o
hard (cf)
scler/o
sound (cf)
son/o
narrow (cf)
sten/o
poison (cf)
tox/o, toxic/o
nourishment or development (cf)
troph/o