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What does the suffix "ac" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "al" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "algia" refer to?
pain
What does the suffix "ar" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "ary" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "asthenia" refer to?
without strength
What does the suffix "cele" refer to?
pouching or hernia
What does the suffix "cyesis" refer to?
pregnancy
What does the suffix "cynia" refer to?
pain
What does the suffix "eal" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "ectasis" refer to?
expansion or dilation
What does the suffix "ectomy" refer to?
removal
What does the suffix "emia" refer to?
blood condition
What does the suffix "gram" refer to?
record
What does the suffix "graph" refer to?
recording instrument
What does the suffix "graphy" refer to?
recording process
What does the suffix "ia" refer to?
condition of
What does the suffix "iasis" refer to?
condition, formation of
What does the suffix "iatry" refer to?
treatment
What does the suffix "ic" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "icle" refer to?
small
What does the suffix "ism" refer to?
condition of
What does the suffix "itis" refer to?
inflammation
What does the suffix "ium" refer to?
tissue
What does the suffix "lith" refer to?
stone, calculus
What does the suffix "logy" refer to?
study of
What does the suffix "malacia" refer to?
softening
What does the suffix "megaly" refer to?
enlargement
What does the suffix "meter" refer to?
measuring instrument
What does the suffix "metry" refer to?
measuring process
What does the suffix "oi" refer to?
resembling
What does the suffix "ole" refer to?
small
What does the suffix "oma" refer to?
tumor
What does the suffix "opia" refer to?
vision
What does the suffix "opsia" refer to?
vision
What does the suffix "osis" refer to?
abnormal condition
What does the suffix "osmia" refer to?
smell
What does the suffix "ous" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "paresis" refer to?
partial paralysis
What does the suffix "pathy" refer to?
disease
What does the suffix "penia" refer to?
decrease
What does the suffix "phagia" refer to?
swallowing
What does the suffix "phasia" refer to?
speech
What does the suffix "philia" refer to?
attraction for
What does the suffix "phobia" refer to?
fear
What does the suffix "plasia" refer to?
formation
What does the suffix "plegia" refer to?
paralysis, stroke
What does the suffix "rrhea" refer to?
discharge
What does the suffix "sclerosis" refer to?
narrowing, constriction
What does the suffix "scope" refer to?
examination instrument
What does the suffix "scopy" refer to?
examination
What does the suffix "spasm" refer to?
involuntary contraction
What does the suffix "stasis" refer to?
stop or stand
What does the suffix "tic" refer to?
pertaining to
What does the suffix "tocia" refer to?
childbirth, labor
What does the suffix "tomy" refer to?
incision
What does the suffix "toxic" refer to?
poison
What does the suffix "tropic" refer to?
stimulate
What does the suffix "ula" refer to?
small
What does the suffix "y" refer to?
condition, process