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arachn-
Combining form

spider web; arachnoid membrane
chlor-
Combining form

green
chondr-
Combining form

cartilage
dactyl-
Combining form

finger, toe
derm(at)-

-derma
Combining form

skin
(h)elc-
Combining form

ucler
hidr(ot)-

-idr-
Combining form

sweat
hist(i)-
Combining form

[web] tissue
hydr-
Combining form

water, fluid
hypn-
Combining form

sleep
icter-
Combining form

jaundice
in-

inos-
Combining form

fiber, muscle
is-
Combining form

equal, same, similar, alike
mening-

-meninx
Combining form

meningeal membrane, meninges
my(s)-
Combining form

[mouse] muscle
myc(et)-
Combining form

[mushroom] fungus
myel-
Combining form

bone marrow, spinal cord
narc-
Combining form

stupor, numbness
necr-
Combining form

corpse, dead
olig-
Combining form

few, deficient
onych-
Combining form

fingernail, toenail
pod-
Combining form

foot
poli-
Combining form

[gray] gray matter of the brain and spinal cord
poly-
Combining form

many, excessive
por-
Combining form

passage, opening, duct, pore, cavity
psych-
Combining form

[soul] mind
som(at)-

-soma
Combining form

body
sthen-
Combining form

strength
trachel-
Combining form

neck, cervix
xanth-
Combining form

yellow
myeloma
a tumor originating in the bone marrow
poliomyelitis
inflammation of the gray matter of the spinal cord

polio
icterus
jaundice (yellowish-green in color)
hypochondrium
the soft part of the abdomen beneath the cartilage of the lower ribs
hypochondria
pl. of hypochondrium (n)

melancholy state for which there is no apparent cause