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aden, aden(os)
gland
aer
air; gas
agogos (Agog-)
leading, promoting the flow, expelling
agra (agr)
a taking, catching, painful seizure
aisthesis (aisthes)
feeling, sensation, perception
aitia, (aiti)
cause
ake (ak), akme (akm)
point, tip; highest point of
akouein (akou)
to hear
akros (akr)
at the end, summit; extremeties
aktis (akt), aktinos (aktin)
ray, lisht rays for chemical effects; raylike or radiating
algos, alge(os), alges(is)
pain, sense of pain
all(os)
other, different, foreign
allosteric
allel(on)
of each other
allotri(os)
strange
allach(ou)
elsewhere
ambly(s)
dulled, blunt
amni(on)
the innermost membrane enclosing the fetus
amoib(e)
change
amygdal(e)
almond; tonsil
amyl(on)
starch
aner, andr(os)
man, male; stamen of flower
angei(on)
a vessel (for blood, lymph, bile); a case
anth(ein)
to blossom; to break out, erupt
anthos, anthe(os)
flower
anthrop(os)
man, a human being
antr(on)
cave, cavity, sinus
archai(os)
ancient
arch(e)
beginning, origin, primitive
argyr(os)
silver
arteri(a)
windpipe, vessel, artery
ask(os)
a leather bag, a bladder, spore envelope
aster, astr(on)
star, pertaining to structure or origin
astragal(os)
anklebone, ball of the ankle joint
atlas, atlant(os)
a mythological demigod who supported the world on his shoulders; the first neck vertebra
aut(os)
self, by itself
aux(ein)
to increase
ba, be,
to go, walk
bas(is)
a walking, that on which one steps or stands, foundation, base
bakteri(on)
a little staff, rod; bacteria
ball(ein)
to throw, toss, put
bol(e), bol(os)
a throw
metabole
change
baros, bare(os)
weight, pressure
bary(s)
heavy
bathy(s)
deep, inner
bathos, bathe(os)
depth
bi(os)
life
bios(is)
life, a way of living
blast(os)
bud, shoot, sprout, embryonic cell
blep(ein)
to see
blephar(on)
eyelid
boul(e)
will, wish
brachi(on)
arm, upper arm; armlike process
brachy(s)
short
brady(s)
slow
branchi(a)
gills
bronch(os)
windpipe, trachea
bry(ein)
to be full, swell
chait(e)
hair
chasma, chasmat(os)
cleft, opening
cheli(os)
lip
cheir, cheir(os)
hand
chiasma, chiast(os)
chrssed, decussation
chlor(os)
green, yellowish green, yellow
chol(e)
bile, gall, bitter anger
chondr(os)
granule, cartilage
chord(e)
gut string, sinew, cord
chorei(a)
dancing, st.vitus dance
chori(on)
skin, the outermost membrane enveloping the fetus, tunic of the eyeball
chro(a), chroma, chromat(os)
surface of the body, skin, color of the skin, color
chron(os)
time
chrys(os)
gold, yellow
chy, che(ein)
to pour
chym(os), chyl(os)
something poured, juice, fluid
choan(e)
funnel
dakry(on)
tear
daktyl(os)
finger, toe
de(ein)
to tie
desm(os)
hand, bond, ligament
delt(a)
a greek letter, of triangular shape
dem(os)
country, land, people of a country
dendr(on)
tree, branched structure
derma, dermat(os)
that stripped off; skin, hide
diat(a)
life, way of living
didym(os)
twofold, twin; ond of the two testes, twin fetal monster
diplo(os) (-ploos)
folded, twofold, double
dips(a)
thirst
disk(os)
disc
dolich(os)
long
dos(is),
a giving, dose
dote(os)
to be given
drom(os)
a running, course
dynam(is)
power, active force
ech(ein), sch-, ish-,
to have, hold, hold fast, keep back, suppress
eidos, eide(os), -oid
(id- to see) that seen, form, shape, like, in the shape of
elektr(on)
amber, electricity
elytr(on)
cover, sheath, the vagina, insects' anterior wings
eme(ein), emet(os)
to vomit, vomiting
enter(on)
that within, the intestine
erg(on), ergasi(a)
work, functioning
eros, erot(os)
love, lust
erythr(os)
red
erythema, erythemat(os)
a redness (of the skin)
erysipelas
disease with red patches
ethm(os)
seive , strainer
ethnos, ethne(os)
race, nation
eury(s)
wide, broad
gala, galakt(os)
milk
gam(os)
marriage, wedlock
gamet(es), gamet(e)
husband, wife, germ or reproductive cell
gangli(on)
a mass of nerve cells; a small hard cyst or swelling
gaster, gastr(os)
belly, stomach; the bulging fleshy part of a muxcle
ge
earth
gen
to become be produced, be born
genes(is)
being produced, coming into being, origination
genos, gene(os)
breed, race, kind
gene(a)
stock, decent
geny(s)
jaw; cheek
genei(on)
chin
geron, geront(os)
old man, old person
geras, gera(os)
old age
geus(is)
taste
glauk(os)
gleaming; sea-green, greenish-blue, gray
gli(a)
glue
gloss(a), glott(a)
tongue
glyky(s), glyker(os)
sweet; sugar
gnath(os)
jaw
gno(nai)
to know, judge
gnos(is)
diagnosis
gon(e)
generation, semen, seed, offspring
goni(a)
corner, angle
gon(y), gonat(os)
knee, joint
graph(ein)
to draw, write, inscribe
gramma, grammat(os)
something drawn or written, mark, record
gymn(os)
naked
gyne, gynaik(os)
woman, pistil of a flower
gyr(os)
circle, righ, turn
haima, haimat(os)
blood
heir(ein),
to take, grasp
kathairesis
destruction
hals, hal(os)
salt
hapt(ein)
to fasten, fasten upon, attach, to grasp, seixe, tough
hape(is)
joining, juncture
haph(e)
the sense of touch
hed, hid, his, hiz
to sit, to cause to sit, to place
hedr(a)
sitting
heli(os)
sun
helix, helik(os)
something spiral-shaped, a coil, a snail
helk(os)
sore, ulcer
hemer(a)
day
think ephemeral
he(nai)
to send going, send, let go
enema, enemat(os)
a sending in
pares(is)
a letting go, paralysis
katheter
that sent or let down, a passage of fluids
hepar, hepat(os)
liver
herpes, herpet(os)
a creeping, spreading blisters
herpet(on)
a creeping animal, especially a snake or reptile
heter(os)
other, different from
heterosexual
hidros, hidrot(os)
sweat, perspiration
histon, histion,
tissue, web
hod(os)
road, way, path
hol(os)
whole, entire, all
homal(os)
even, level, flat; regular
hom(os) homoi(os)
like, the same as, equal
hormon, hormon(os)
setting in morion, arousing, exciting
hyal(os)
glass
hydor, hydat(os)
water, fluid
hydrops, hydrop(os)
dropsy
hygiei(a)
health, soundness of mind or body
hygr(os)
wet, moist, fluid
hyl(e)
wood, matter
hymen, hymen(os)
skin, membrane of vagina
hyoeid(es)
like the ulipson, u-shaped, bone at the base of the tongue
hypn(os)
sleep
agrypn(os)
agre- to hunt for, hypnos= sleepless, wakeful
hypsi
on high, aloft
hypsos, hypse(os)
height
hyster(a)
womb, uterus
ia(esthai)
to heal
iatr(os)
one who heals, physician
iatrei(a)
healing, treatment
ichthys
fish
idi(os)
one's own, peculiar
ikteros
jaundice
iris, irid(os)
the rainbow, colored membrane of the eye
is, in(os)
strength, muscle, fiber, tissue
ischi(on)
hip-joint, hip
is(os)
equal
isthm(os)
a narrow neck or passage
isthmus= a narrow strip of land bordered by two bodies of water
kain(os)
new
kainot(es)
newness, novelty
kak(os)
bad, disordered, abnormal
kal(l)os
beautiful
kalyx, kalyk(os)
covering, shell,circle of sepals of a flower,
kamptos, kampyl(os)
bent
kardi(a)
heart
karkin(os)
crab; cancer
karp(os)
fruit, seed
kary(on)
nut, kernel, nucleus
kathars(is)
a cleansing, emptying
kaus(os), kaum(a)
burning heat
kaust(os), kaur(os)
burnt
kauteri(on)
searing-iron
kel(e)
tumor, hernia
ken(os)
empty
kenos(is)
an emptying
kente(ein)
to goad, prick
kentr(on)
sharp point, center,
-centesis,
perforation, surgical puncturing
kephal(e),
head
enkephal(on)
that within the head, the brain)
keras, kerat(os)
horn, horny tissue, cornea
kine(ein)
to move
kirrh(os)
tawny, orange, yellow
klaein
to break, destroy
klad(os), klasma, klasmat(os), kl(on)
that which is broken off, a piece, branch or twig, a sprout
klei(ein)
to sheathe, close
kleist(os)
closed
kleis, kleid(os)
a means of closing, a bar, a key; the clavicle.
kleitoris
the clitoris
klin(ein)
to bend, turn, slope, make recline, lean, liedown
klis(is)
inclination
klinik(os)
pertaining to bed; clinic
klon(os)
confused motion, turmoil, muscular spasm
klysein, klyd- klys-
to wash, wash out
klili(a)
cavity
koil(os)
hollow
klilom(a)
a hollow cavity, body cavity
koin(os)
common
kokkos
berry, grain, seed, berry-shaped bacteria
kole(os)
sheath, the vagina
koll(a)
glue
kol(on)
colon
kolp(os)
swollen out, bosom, vagina
koma, komatos
deep sleep, coma
kome
hair
konch(e)
mussel, chell
kondyl(os)
knuckle, joint
konis, koni(os)
dust
kon(os)
pine cone, cone
kopr(os)
dung
kore
maiden, doll, pupil (of the eye)
kotyl(e)
something hollow, socket, cup, a first leaf of a sporophyte
krani(on)
cranium, skull
kras(is)
a mixing, mixture, temperament
kreas, kreat(os)
flesh, muscle tissue
keine(in)
to separate, distinguish, decide, emit, secrete
krisis
point of decision
krot(os)
a striking, beat, pulse-beat
krotes(is)
a knocking, clapping
kryos, krym(os)
ice-cold, frost
krystall(os)
clear ice, crystal
kryptos
hidden
kyan(os)
dark blue
ky(ein)
to swell, be pregnant
kyma, kymat(os)
a swell, a wave
kystis, kystidos, kyste
sac
kyt(os)
a hollow receptacle, cell
kykl(os)
circle ring, wheel
lab(ein), -lep
to take, grasp, seize
lab(e)
handle
leps(is)
seizure
labryinth(os)
a maze or system of intercommunicating passages, the internal ear
lalein
to talk, chat, speak
lamp(ein)
to shine forth, flash
lampros
clear , bright
larynx, laryng(os)
the organ of voice at the upper part of the trachea
lei(os)
smooth
leip(ein), lip-
to leave, abandon, fail, neglect
lepsis, lepidos
scale, rind, flake
lepros
scaly
lepra, leprosis
leprosy
leptyn(ein)
to make thin
lep(ein)
to peel
lept(os)
peeled, thin, delicate
leth(e)
oblivion, forgetfulness
letharg(0s)
drowsiness
leuk(os)
white
lex(is), leg(ein)
to speak, speech, word, phrase, diction, reading
think dislexic
lip(os)
fat
lipar(os)
oily, fat
lith(os)
stone
lob(os)
a pod, lobe
log(os)
word, speech, thought, reason, discourse, treatise, ration, proportion
-logy
body of knowledge, science of
loph(os)
ridge, crest
ly(ein)
to loosen, break up
paralys(is)
loss o fmotion or sensory function
lymph(a)
a body containing whte cells, lymph
Macr(os)
Long, large
Malak(os)
Soft
Malax(is)
A softening
Mani(a)
Madness, frenzy, enthusiasm
Man(os)
Thin, rare; tension, pressure, density
Mass(ein)
To knead; massage
Mases(is)
Chewing
Masset(er)
Chewer
Mastix, mastig(os)
Whip, flagellum
Mast(os), maz(os)
Breast
Mastoeid(es)
Like a breast; process of the temporal bone
Megas, megal(ou)
Large
Meion
Less, smaller
Melas,melan(os)
Black, dark
Melos, mele(os)
Limb
Men, men(os)
Month
Menisk(os)
Semi-lunar, crescent
Meninx, mening(os)
Membrane; one of three membranes enveloping the brain and spinal cord
Meros, mere(os)
Part, segment
Merism(os)
A partition
Merist(es)
A divider
Mes(os)
Middle, intermediate
Metr(a)
Womb, uterus
Metr(on)
Measure, measuring instrument
Mikr(os)
Small
Mimes(is), mimi(a)
imitation
Mit(os)
Threat
Mna(esthai)
To remember
Mnem(e)
Memory
Mnemonik(os)
For remembering, memory
Mon(os)
Alone, single
Mor(os)
Dull, sluggish, stupid
Morph(e)
Form, shape, figure
My(ein)
To close, shut
Myel(os)
Marrow; bone marrow; spinal cord
Mykes, myket(os)
Mushroom, fungus, mold
Myrinx, miring(os)
A membrane, especially the ear-drum membrane
Myrmex, myrmec(os)
Ant
Mys, my(os)
Mouse, muscle
Myx(a)
Slime; mucous
Nark(e)
Numbness, stupor
Naus
Ship
Naut(es)
Sailor
Nausi(a)
Seasickness
Nekr(os)
Dead body; dead
Nema, nemat(os)
Thread
Ne(os)
New, young
Nephel(e); neph(os)
Cloud, mist
Nephr(os)
Kidney
Neur(on)
Sinew, tendon; nerve
Nom(os)
Law, ordering
No(os) (nous)
Mind
Noema, noemat(os)
Thought
Nos(os)
Sickness, disease
Nyx, nykt(os)
Night
Odous, odont(os)
Tooth
Odyn(e)
Pain
Oidema, oidemat(os)
A swelling
Oide(ein)
To swell
Oik(os)
House, dwelling
Oistr(os)
Gadfly; sexual desire, breeding period
Oisophag(os)
Esophagus, the gullet
Olig(os)
Few, small, scanty
Om(os)
Shoulder
Omphal(os)
The navel
Onk(os)
Bulk, mass, tumour
Onoma, onomat(os)
Name
Onyx, onych(os)
Nail of a finger or tow; claw; hoof
O(on)
Egg, ovum
Oophor(on)
The ovary
Op
To see
think optometrist
Ops(is)
The look or appearance, aspect; view
Ops, op(os)
Eye; face, countenance
Prosop(on)
Face
Metop(on)
Forehead
Ophthalm(os)
Eye
Opisth(en)
Behind, at the back, backward
Opisthi(os)
Hinder, hinder part
Optik(os)
Pertaining to vision or the eye
Opt(os)
Seen, visible
Orchis, orchid(os)
Testis, testicle; a plant
Orex(is)
A reaching after; desire; appetite
Organ(on) (ergon)
something
Ornis,ornith(os)
Bird
Orth(os)
Straight; correct, normal
Osm(e); osphres(is)
Smell, sense of smell
Oz(e)
Bad smell, stench
Osm(os)
Thrusting, pushing
Oste(on)
Bone
Oul(e)
Scar
Oul(on)
The gum
Our(a)
Tail
think 'urostome' or saurus
Ouran(os)
Sky, heaven; the palate
Ouranisk(os)
The palate, roof of the mouth
Our(on)
Urine
Ouret(er)
One of the ducts from kidneys to bladder
Ourethr(a)
Duct from bladder to surface
Ous, oto(s)
Ear
Oxy(s)
Sharp, quick; sour, acid
Pachy(s); pachyl(os)
Thick
Pachyn(is)
Thickening
Pais, paid(os)
Child
Palai(os)
Old, ancient
think of dinosaurs....paleontology
Palin
Again, back
Pares(is)
A letting go; paralysis
Pas, pantos; pan
All, entire
Path(ein)
To be affected, to suffer
Pathos, pathe(os)
Feeling, suffering, disease
-pathy
Suffering, disease
Peg-; pag-
To make fast, fix, fasten
-pexis, -pexy
Fixation
colopexy
Pag(os)
Something firm – set, united
-pagus
A fetal monster
Pell(a); pelyx, pelyk(os)
Bowl; pelvis
Peni(a)
Poverty, need, deficiency
Pein(a)
Hunger
Pept(ein)
To make soft, cook, digest
Petal(on)
Leaf
Petr(a)
Rock, crag
Petr(os)
Stone
Phag(ein)
To eat, devour
Phain(ein) (phan-, pha-)
To bring to light, show; appear, to be seen; shine
Phaner(os)
Evident
Phas(is)
Appearance, aspect, stage of development
Phasma
Apparition, ghost
phasmaphobia, think phantom
Phantasma
Vision, illusion (as in delirium)
Phalanx, phalang(os)
Line of soldiers; bone between joints of fingers and toes
Pha(nai)
To speak
-phasis
Speech
Phem(e)
Voice
Phon(e)
Voice, sound
Pharmak(on)
Drug, medicine, remedy; poison
Pharynx, pharyng(os)
Throat, pharynx
Pher(ein)
To bear, carry
Phor(os)
Bearing, carrying, bringing
Phil(ein)
To love
Phili(a)
Love, affinity for
Phleg(ein)
To burn, become hot
Phlegma, phlegmat(os)
Flame, heat; phlegm
Phlegmasi(a)
Heat, inflammation (of fever)
Phlox, phlog(os)
Flame
Phlogos(is)
Inflammation
Phleps, phleb(os)
Vein
Phob(os)
Fear, flight
Phos, phot(os)
Light
Phras(is)
Speech, expression
Phrass(ein) (phrag-, phrak-, phrax-)
To fence in, block up
Diaphragma
A blocking across; partition
Phrone(ein)
To think, understand
Phrones(is)
Good sense
Phren, phren(os)
Diaphragm; mind; phrenic nerve
Phthiein; phthin(ein)
To decline, waste away, decay
Phthis(is)
A wasting away, decay
Phy(ein)
To be by nature, grow, arise
Phys(is)
Growth, nature
Phyt(on); phyma
A growth, plant; tumour
Phylass(ein) (phylak-, phylax-)
To guard, protect, make immune
Phyll(on)
Leaf
Phyl(on)
Race, tribe; a primary division of the animal or vegetable kingdom
Piez(ein)
To press
Pies(is)
A pressing, pressure
Plagi(os)
Oblique, aslant
Plan(os); plankt(os)
Wandering
Plass(ein)
To form, mold
Plast(os)
Formed, molded
-plast
Living cell
Plasm(a)
Something formed; fluid portion of the body
Platy(s)
Broad, flat
Plax, plak(os)
Flat or broad plate; a patch of eruption
Pless(ein) (pleg-, plek-, plex-)
To strike, hit, smite
Pleg(e)
Stroke, blow
Pleur(a)
Rib, side
-plo(os)
Folded
Diplo(os)
Twofold, double
Haplo(os)
Single, simple
Pne(ein) (pneu-)
To blow, breathe
Pnoi(a); pno(e)
Breath, breathing
Pneuma, pneumat(os)
A blowing; wind, air, gas
Pneum(on)
Lung
Poie(ein)
To make, produce
Poli(os)
Gray
Pol(os)
Pivot, hinge, axis
Poly(s)
Much, many; more than usual
Pollakis
Often
Por(os)
Passage; pore
Porphyr(a)
Purple, red
think colour
Pous, pod(os)
Foot, stalk
Pragma, pragmat(os)
A thing done, deed; fact
Pratt(ein), prag-
To do
chiropractor, bradypragia, pragmatagnosia
Praxis
A doing
Praktik(os)
Fit for doing, practical
Presby(s); presbyt(es)
Old person
Prokt(os)
The anus
Prot(os)
First; primitive; simple
Protei(os)
First, primary; protein
Proter(os)
Earlier
Pseudes, pseude(os)
False, imaginary
Psil(os)
Bare, smooth, thin
Psor(a)
Itch, scab, mange
Psych(e)
Breath of life; spirit, soul; mind
Psychos(is)
Mental activity; disorder of mental activity
Psychr(os)
Cold
Pter(on)
Feather, wing
Pteryx, pteryg(os)
Wing
Pterygi(on)
Fin
Ptos(is)
A falling
Ptom(a), ptomat(os)
A fall; fallen body; corpse
Pty(ein)
To spit
Pyel(os)
Basin, trough; the pelvis
Pyg(e)
Rump, buttocks
Pykn(os)
Close, frequent, thick, dense
Pyl(e)
Gate, entrance
Pylor(os)
Gatekeeper; the distal aperture of the stomach
Py(on)
Pus
Pyr, pyr(os); pyret(os)
Fire, heat, fever
Pyrex(is)
Ill of fever
Rhach(is)
The spine; a ridge
Rhag-
To break, burst
-rrhagia
Bleeding
-(r)rexis
A bursting, rupture
Rhagas, rhagad(os)
Cleft; crack, fissure
Rhapt(ein) (rhaph-)
To sew, stitch
Raph(e)
Seam, suture
Rhaphis, rhaphid(os)
Needle
Rhe(ein)
To flow
Rhe(os); rheuma, rheumat(os)
Flow, stream, current
Rhis, rhin(os)
Nose
Rhiz(a)
Root; nerve root
Rhod(on)
Rose; red, purple
Rhynch(os)
Beak, snout
Rhythm(os)
Rhythm, measure
Sakchar(on)
Sugar
Salpinx, salping(os)
Trumpet; tube; Fallopian or Eustachian tube
Sarx, sark(os)
Flesh
Saur(os)
Lizard
Schiz(ein)
To split, cleave
Schist(os)
Clef
Sei(ein) (seis-)
To shake
Seism(os)
Earthquake
Sema, semat(os); semei(on)
Mark, sign, token
Sepal(on) (from skepe, covering)
A segment of the calyx; sepal
Seps(is)
Rotting, putrefaction
Septik(os)
Putrid
Sapr(os)
Decayed, rotten
Sial(on)
Saliva
Sider(os)
Iron
Siphon, siphon(os)
Tube, pipe
Sitos, siti(on)
Grain; food, bread
Skelet(os)
Dried, dried body, skeleton
Skel(os)
Leg
Ski(a)
Shadow
Skirrh(os)
Hard coat or covering; hard tumour
Skeler(os)
Hard
Skope(ein)
To look at, view
Soma, somat(os)
Body
Spa(ein) (spas-)
To draw, rend, wrench
Spasm(os); spasma
A wrenching, drawing, convulsion
Speir(a)
A coil, twist, winding
Sperma, spermat(os)
That which is sown, seed; germ, semen, sperm
Speir(ein)
To scatter, sow
Sphair(a)
sphere, ball, globe
Sphen, sphen(os)
Wedge; wedge-shaped bone at the base of the skull
Sphyz(ein) (sphyx-)
To throb, beat
Sphygm(os)
A throbbing; pulse
Splanchn(on)
A viscus, entrail
Splen, spleen(os)
The spleen
Spondyl(os)
A vertebra
Spor(a) (speirein)
A sowing; seed; offspring; spore
Sporas, sporad(os)
Scattered
Sta-; ste-
To cause to stand, set, fix
Stas(is)
A standing, stoppage, arresting
Apostas(is)
A deep-seated abscess; end or crisis
Diastas(is)
Separation
Diastema
Space, fissure
Stal-, stol- (stell(ein))
To send; bring together; contract
think 'diastole' or 'peristole'
Staphyl(e)
Bunch of grapes; uvula
Stax(is)
A falling drop by drop, dripping; oozing
Stear, steat(os)
Fat, tallow
think stearic acid
Sten(os)
Narrow
Stere(os)
Solid
Stern(on)
Chest, breast; breastbone
Steth(os)
Chest, breast
think stethoscope
Sthen(os)
Strength
Stich(os)
Row, file, arrangement
Stiz(ein) (stig-, stix-)
To prick, puncture; to brand
Stikt(os)
Punctured
Stigma, stigmat(os)
Effect of pricking; dot, mark, spot or impression; portion of pistil on which pollen falls
Stoma, stomat(os)
Mouth; an outlet, opening (often surgically affected)
Streph(ein)
To turn, twist
Streps(is), stroph(e)
A turning
Strept(os)
Turned, twisted, bent
Styl(os)
Pillar, peg; slender projection from temporal bone; stem supporting the stigma
Styps(is)
A drawing together; astringency
Syrinx, syring(os)
A shepherd’s pipe; pipe, tube; fistula; syringe
Syringm(os)
Whistle, ringing
Tachy(s)
Swift, quick, rapid
Tach(os), tache(os)
Swiftness, speed
Tars(os)
Frame of wicker-work; flat of the foot; framework of tissue for eyelid
think tarsus
Tax(is)
Arrangement
Tass(ein) (tag-)
To arrange in order
Tagma, tagmat(os)
An arranged body; order
Techn(e)
Art, skill, craft
Tein(ein) (tan-, ten-)
To stretch, strain
Ektas(is)
Stretching out, dilation; extraction
Tetan(os)
Stretched; spasm
Taini(a)
Band, ribbon, tape; tapeworm
Teinesm(os)
Straining at stool
Tele
Far off, at a distance
Telos, tele(os)
Fulfillment, completion; end; an end part; purpose
Telei(os)
Complete
Tenon, tenont(os )
Sinew, tendon
Teras, terat(os)
A marvel; a monster; fetal monster
Thalam(os)
Inner room, chamber; anterior portion of the brain
Thall(os)
Young shoot
Thanat(os)
Death
Thek(e)
Sheath, cover, case
Thel(e)
Nipple; a nipple-like protuberance, a papilla
The(nai)
To put, place, set down
Thes(is)
A putting, a setting down; a proposition
Therapeu(ein)
To be a servant to, to take care of; to heal, treat medically
Therapei(a)
Treatment (by therapy)
Therm(os)
Hot, warm
Therm(e)
Heat, heat of fever
Thorax, thorak(os)
Breastplate; chest
Thrix, trich(os)
Hair
Thromb(os)
A thickening; clot
Thym(os)
Breath, spirit, soul, mind; strong feeling, anger
Thyre(os)
A shield in the shape of a door
Thyr(a)
The thyroid gland
Tok(os)
A bringing forth, childbirth
Tom(os)
Cutting
Tom(e)
A cutting, a segment
Temn(ein)
To cut
Ton(os)
Stretching, tension, tonicity, vigor
Top(os)
Place, region, spot
Tox(on)
A bow, bow and arrows
Toxik(on) (pharmakon)
Poison
Trachel(os)
Neck, throat, cervix
Trachy(s); trachei(a)
Rough
Trachoma, trachomat(os)
Roughness, granular conjunctivitis
Trauma, traumat(os)
Wound, injury
Trema, tremat(os) (tre-, to bore)
Bored, a hole
Tres(is)
Perforation
Tret(os)
Bored, perforated
Trep(ein)
To turn, bend
Trop(e)
A turning, attraction, affinity for
Treph(ein) (threps-)
To nourish
Troph(e)
Nourishment
Trib(ein) (trips-)
To rub, crush
Trips(is)
Rubbing, friction
Troch(ein)
To run
Trochili(a)
Pulley, roller of a windlass; the articular surface of a joint
Troch(os)
Wheel, disk
Trochant(er)
Runner; tow bony processes of the femur
Try(ein)
To rub down; digest
Tryp(e)
Effect of rubbing, a piercing; a hole
think trypsin....
Trypan(on)
A borer; auger
Tympan(on)
A drum; ear-drum
Typh(ein)
To raise smoke, to smolder; to conceal
Typh(os)
Smoke, stupor; typhoid bacilli
Typt(ein)
To beat, strike, hit
Typ(os)
A blow; impression, form; type
typology, typlify
Xanth(os)
Yellow
Xen(os)
Foreign; stranger, host, guest
Xeni(a)
Hospitality
Xer(os)
Dry
Xiph(os)
Sword
Xyl(on)
Wood
Ze(ein)
To boil, seethe, bubble up
Ekzem(a)
A boiling out; skip eruption
Zon(e)
Girdle, belt; zone
Zo(on)
Something living; an animal
Zyg(on)
Yoke, crossbar
Zygoma, zygomat(os)
A yoking, yoke
Zygot(os)
Yoked, joined
Zym(e)
That which causes a seething, a ferment; leaven
Zymos(is)
fermentation