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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
genitive ending


of the bladder
i
genitive ending


of the uterus
orum
genitive ending


of newborns
is
genitive ending


of the tooth
us
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


fungi
a
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


larvae
um
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


ova
s*
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


cervices
*
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


viscera
us
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


meatus
u
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


genua
es
Latin Nominative Singular and Plural Endings


rabies
ab (abs before c and t)
latin prefix


away from
ad (ac before e; af before f; ag before g; al before l;an before n; ap before p; as before s; 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


dowm, away from, absent
dis (di before g, v, 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
in (il before l; im before b, m, and p; ir before r)
latin prefix


in, into
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
per (pel before l)
latin prefix


through, very, thoroughly
post
latin prefix


after, following, behind
pre
lain 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
an
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to, located in
ar
adjective-forming latin suffix



pertaining to, located in
arium
noun-forming latin suffix


denotes a place for something
ary
noun-forming latin suffix


denotes a place for something
ary
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to
ate
adjective-forming latin suffix


having the form of, possessing
ia
abstract noun-forming latin suffix
ian
noun-forming latin suffix


indicates an expert in a certain field
ic
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to
id
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to
ile
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to, capable of
ine
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to, located in
ive
adjective-forming latin suffix


pertaining to
lent
adjective-forming latin suffix


full of
ose
adjective-forming latin suffix


full of
ous
adjective-forming latin suffix


full of
ty
abstract noun-forming latin suffix
y
abstract noun-forming latin suffix
ad
english suffix


indicate direction toward a part of the body
abdomin
combining form


belly, abdomen
adip
combining form


fat
aur
combining form


ear
bacill
combining form


[rod, staff] bacillus
burs
combining form


[leather sack] bursa
calc
combining form


stone, calcium, lime (salts)
calor
combining form


heat, energy
capit
combining form


head
cerebr
combining form


brain
cost
combining form


rib
dent
combining form


tooth
dors
combining form


back (of the body)
extern
combining form


outer
fibr
combining form


fiber, filament
fistul
combining form


(tube, pipe) fistula, an abnormal tubelike passage in the body
frig, frigor
combining form


cold
insul
combining form


island
intern
combining form


inner
meat
combining form


passage, opening, meatus (pronounced mee-ate-us)
nas
combining form


nose
pur
combining form


pus
radic, rad, radix
combining form


root
ren
combining form


kidney
sangui(n)
combining form


blood
son
combining form


sound
synov
combining form


synovial fluid, synonial membrane or sac
tub
combining form


[trumpet] tube
tuss
combining form


cough
vacc
combining form


cow
vir, virus
combining form


[poison, venom] virus
viscer
combining form


internal organ(S)