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Unicorn
an animal written about in fables, pictured as having a single horn in the middle of its forhead

uni/corn
Unicycle
a one-wheeled vehicle; compare bicyble, tricyble and quadricycle

uni/cycle
Unify
to make one, or cause to become one; as, the president hoped that his strong speech would unify his divided nation.

uni/fy
Unilateral
being one-sided; as, a unilateral conversation, agreement, etc.

uni/lateral
Unilingual
of or pertaining to one language; using one language; as, the United States is a unilingual country, English being our national language

uni/lingu/al
Unipod
a one-legged support; as, a portable stool upon wich to rest

uni/pod
Other
uni/cell
uni/form
uni/verse
Biannual
taking place twice a year; as, a biannual concert, crop, meeting, reunion, etc. ; semiannual

bi/annu/al
Bicentennial
lasting for, consisting of, or taking place every two hundred years; as, a bicentennial celebration; the two-hundreth anniversary of an event; as, in 1976 the United States celebrated its icentennial (1776) 1976)

bi/cent/ennial
Biennial
lasting for two years; as, a biennial war; taking place once in two years; as, a biennial election; anything that occurs or appears once in two years; as, a biennial plant

bi/ennial
Bilingual
of or pertaining to two languages; using two languages; as, Canada (English and French)

bi/lingu/al
Biped
a two-footed animal, as is man; being two footed

bi/ped
Biplane
a two-winged airplane; compare monoplane and triplane

bi/plane
Bisect
to cut or to divide somthing into two parts; in geometry, into two eequal parts; as, to bisect and angle

bi/sect
Billion
the number named by a unit with 9 zeros after it; 100 millions; 1,000,000,000

billion
Triangle
a plane geometric figure of three sides and three angles

tri/angle
Trilateral
being three sides; as, a trilateral conversation, agreement, etc.; a geometric figure habing three sides; a triangle

tri/lateral
Trilungual
of or pertaining to three languages; using three languages; as, Switzerland is a trilingual country (German, Italian, French)

tri/lingu/al
Tripod
a three-legged stand or support, as for a camera

tri/pod
Trillion
the number named by a unit with twelve zeros after it; 1000 billions; 1,000,000,000,000

tri/illion
Other
tri/cent/ennial
tri/cyble
trip/plane
tri/ple
tri/plet
tri/sect