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fistula
English derivative of latin noun of first declension: pipe
vagina
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : sheath
tibia
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : shin bone
axilla
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : armpit
larva
English derivative of latin noun of first declension: ghost
lymph
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : clear water
form
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : shape
palm
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : palm
tunic
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : garment
membrane
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : skin
urine
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : urine
suture
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : seam
tube
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : trumpet
valve
English derivative of latin noun of first declension : folding door
bacillus
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: small staff
cuneus
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: wedge
fungus
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: mushroom
humerus
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: upper arm
globe
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: sphere
digit
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: finger
ileum
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: groin
ovum
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: egg
cerebrum
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: brain
palate
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: palate
intestine
English derivative of latin noun of second declension: intestine
Aur-
combining form: ear. English derivative: auris, auricle
later-
combining form: side. English derivative: latus, lateral
oss-
combining form: bone. English derivitive: os coxae, ossify
radic-
combining form: root. English derivitive: radix, radical
sopor-
combining form: sleep. English derivitive: vas deferens, vascular
vas-
combining form: vessel. English derivitive: vas deferens, vascular
-ae
genitive ending: of
-i
genitive ending: of
-orum
genitive ending: of
-is
genitive ending: of
ab-,abs-
prefix: away from
ad-
prefix: to, toward
ambi-
prefix: both
ante-
prefix: befor, forward
bi- (bin-, bis-)
prefix: two, twice, double, both
circum-
prefix: around
con-
prefix: together, with; thouroughly, very
contra-
prefix: against, opposite
de-
prefix: down, away from, absent
dis-
prefix: apart, away
ex
prefix: out of, away from
extra
prefix: on the outside, beyond
in-
prefix: in, into; not; very, thoroughly
infra-
prefix: beneath, below
inter-
prefix: between
intra-
prefix: within
non-
prefix: not
mult-
prefix: many, much, affecting many parts
ob-
prefix: against, toward; very, thoroughly
per
prefix: through; very, thoroughly
post-
prefix: after, following, behind
pre-
prefix: before, in front of;
pro-
prefix: forward, in front of
re-
prefix: back, again
retro-
prefix: backward, in back, behind
se-
prefix: apart, away from
semi-
prefix: half
sub-
prefix: under
super
prefix: over, above, excess
trans-
prefix: across, through
ultra-
prefix: beyond, excess
uni-
numerical combining form/prefix: one
bi-, bin-, bis-
numerical combining form/prefix: two, twice, double, both
tri-
numerical combining form/prefix: three
quadr-
numerical combining form/prefix: four
quint-
numerical combining form/prefix: fifth, five
sex-, sext-
numerical combining form/prefix: six, sixth
sept-
numerical combining form/prefix: seven
oct-, octa
numerical combining form/prefix: eight
non-
numerical combining form/prefix: nine, ninth
dec-, deca-
numerical combining form/prefix: ten, one-tenth
-an
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to, located in
-ar
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to, located in
-arium
noun forming suffix: denotes a place for something
-ary
noun forming suffix: denotes a place for something
-ary:
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to
-ate
adjective forming suffix: having the form of, possessing
-ia
noun forming suffix: abstract nouns
-ian
noun forming suffix: indicates an expert in a certain field
-ic
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to
-id
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to
-ile
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to, capable of
-ine
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to
-ive
adjective forming suffix: pertaining to
-lent
adjective forming suffix: full of
-ose
adjective forming suffix: full of
-ous
adjective forming suffix: full of
-ty
forms abstract nouns
-y
forms abstract nouns
-ad
english suffix: forms adverbs from nouns
abdomin-
combining form: belly, abdomen
adip-
combining form: fat
aur-
combining form: ear
bacil-
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
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
stynov-
combining form: synovial fluid, synovial membrane or sac
tub-
combining form: (trumpet) tube
tuss-
combining form: cough
vacc-
combining form: cow
vir0, virus-
combining form: (poison, venom) virus
viscer-
combining form: internal organ(s)