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fistula
Latin noun
pipe
english derivative
fistula
vagina
latin noun
sheath
english derivative
vagina
Tibia
latin noun
shin bone
english derivative
tibia
axilla
latin noun
armpit
english derivative
axilla
larva
latin noun
ghost
english derivative
larva
lympha
latin noun
clear water
english derivative
lymph
forma
latin noun
shape
english derivative
form
palma
latin noun
palm
english derivative
palm
tunica
latin noun
garment
english derivative
tunic
membrana
latin noun
skin
english derivative
membrane
urina
latin noun
urine
english derivative
urine
sutura
latin noun
seam
english derivative
suture
tuba
latin noun
trumpet
english derivative
tube
valva
latin noun
folding door
english derivative
valve
bacillus
latin noun
small staff
english derivative
bacillus
cuneus
latin noun
wedge
english derivative
cuneus
fungus
latin noun
mushroom
english derivative
fungus
humerus
latin noun
upper arm
english derivative
humerus
globus
latin noun
sphere
english derivative
globe
digitus
latin noun
finger
english derivative
digit
ileum
latin noun
groin
english derivative
ileum
ovum
latin noun
egg
english derivative
ovum
cerebrum
latin noun
brain
english derivative
cerebrum
palatum
latin noun
palate
english derivative
palate
intestinum
latin noun
intestine
english derivative
intestine
aur
combining form
ear
later
combining form
side
oss
combining form
bone
radic
combining form
root
sopor
combining form
sleep
vas
combining form
vessel
ae
latin genitive ending
first declension
of the bladder
i
latin genitive ending
second declension
of the uterus
orum
latin genitive ending
second declension
of newborns
is
latin genitive ending
third declension
of the tooth
masculine
latin nominative
first and second declensions
singular us (i.e. fungus)
plural i (i.e. fungi)
feminine
latin nominative
first and second declensions
singular a (i.e. larva)
plural ae (i.e. larvae)
neuter
latin nominative
first and second declensions
singular um (i.e. ovum)
plural a (i.e. ova)
masculine/feminine
latin nominative
third declension
singular s* (i.e. cervix)
plural es (i.e. cervices)
neuter
latin nominative
third declension
singular * (i.e. viscus)
plural (i)a (i.e. viscera)
masculine
latin nominative
fourth declension
singular us (i.e. meatus)
plural us (i.e. meatus)
neuter
latin nominative
fourth declension
singular u (i.e. genu)
plural ua (i.e. genua)
feminine
latin nominative
fifth declension
singular es (i.e. rabies)
singular es (i.e. rabies)
ab(a- rarely before certain consonants; abs- before c and t)
latin prefix
away from
ad(ac- before f; ag- before g; al- before l; an- before n; ap- before p; a- before sp; at- before t)
latin prefix
to, toward
ambi
latin prefix
both
ante
latin prefix
before, forward
bi (bin, bis)
latin prefix
two, twice, double, both
circum
latin prefix
around
con(co- before h; col- before l; com- before e,m,&p; cor- before r)
latin prefix
together, with, thoroughly, very
contra
latin prefix
against, opposite
de
latin prefix
down, away from, absent
dis( di- before v,g, and usually before l; dif before f)
latin prefix
apart, away
ex( e- before certain consonants; ef before f)
latin prefix
out of, away from
extra(rarely extro)
latin prefix
on the outside, beyond
1)
in( il- before l; im- before b,m,and p; ir- before r)
latin prefix
in, into
2)
in
latin prefix
not
3)
in( il- before l; im- before b,m,&p; ir- before r)
latin prefix
very, thoroughly
infra
latin prefix
beneath, below
inter
latin prefix
between
intra
( rarely intro)
latin prefix
within
non
latin prefix
not
mult( often multi)
latin prefix
many, much, affecting many parts
ob( oc- before c; op- before p)
latin prefix
against, toward, very thoroughly
per( pel- before l)
latin prefix
through, very, thoroughly
post
latin prefix
after, following, behind
pre
latin prefix
before, in front of
pro
latin prefix
forward, in front
re
latin prefix
back, again
retro
latin prefix
backward, in back, behind
se
latin prefix
apart, away from
semi
latin prefix
half
sub( suf- before f; sup- before p)
latin prefix
under
super( often supra)
latin prefix
over, above, excess
trans
latin prefix
across, through
ultra
latin prefix
beyond, excess
uni
combining form/prefix
one
bi
bin
bis
combining form/prefix
two, twice, double, both
tri
combining form/prefix
three
quadr
combining form/prefix
four
quint
combining form/prefix
five, fifth
sex
sext
combining form/prefix
six, sixth
sept
combining form/prefix
seven
oct
octa
combiningform/prefix
eight
non
combining form/prefix
nine, ninth
dec
deca
combining form/prefix
ten, one-tenth
an
latin suffix
adjective forming suffix
pertaining to, located in
ar
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to, located in
arium
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
denotes a place for something
ary
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
denotes a place for something
ary
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to
ate
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
having the form of, posessing
ia
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
ian
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
indicates an expert in a certain field
ic
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to
id
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to
ile
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to, capable of
ine
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to, located in
ive
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
pertaining to
lent
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
full of
ose
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
full of
ous
latin suffix
adjective- forming suffix
full of
ty
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
y
latin suffix
noun- forming suffix
cle
diminutive suffix
ventricle
ella
diminutive suffix
rubella
il
diminutive suffix
fibril
ola
diminutive suffix
roseola
ule
diminutive suffix
globule
culus
diminutive suffix
ventriculus
ellum
diminutive suffix
cerebellum
illa
diminutive suffix
fibrilla
olus
diminutive suffix
alveolus
ulus
diminutive suffix
calculus
abdomin
combining form(s)
belly, abdomen
adip
combining form(s)
fat
aur
combining form(s)
ear
bacill
combining form(s)
[rod, staff] bacillus
burs
combining form(s)
[leather sack] bursa
calc
combining form(s)
stone, calcium, lime, (salts)
calor
combining form(s)
heat, energy
capit
combining form(s)
head
cerebr
combining form(s)
brain
cost
combining form(s)
rib
dent
combining form(s)
tooth
dors
combining form(s)
back (of the body)
extern
combining form(s)
outer
fibr
combining form(s)
fiber, filament
fistul
combining form(s)
(tube, pipe) fistula, an abnormal tubelike passage in the body
frig
frigor
combining form(s)
cold
insul
combining form(s)
island
intern
combining form(s)
inner
meat
combining form(s)
passage, opening, meatus (pronounced mee- ate`- us)
nas
combining form(s)
nose
pur
combining form(s)
pus
radic
rad
radix
combining form(s)
root
ren
combining form(s)
kidney
sangui(n)
combining form(s)
blood
son
combining form(s)
sound
synov
combining form(s)
synovial fluid, synovial membrane, sac
tub
combining form(s)
[trumpet] tube
tuss
combining form
cough
vacc
combining form(s)
cow
vir
virus
combining form(s)
[poison, venom] virus
viscer
combining form(s)
internal organ(s)