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A-, an-
Absent, Without
Ab-
Away from
Abdomino-
Abdomen
-ac; -al; -ar; -ary
Pertaining to
Acou-
Relating to hearing
Acr(o)-
Extremity
-acusis
Hearing Condition
Ad-
Toward
Aden(o)-
Gland
Adipo-
Fat
Aero-
Air
Af-
Moving toward the a central point
Alb-
White
-alg
Pain
Ambi-
Both
An-
Without
Andr(o)-
Male
Angi-
Pertaining to blood vessels
Ankylo-
Crooked
Ante-
In front of
Anti-
Against
Aque-
Water
-arche
Begining
Arthr-
Pertaining to joint
-ase
An enzyme
-asthenia
Weakness
Auto-
Self
Bi-
Two
Bili-
Bile
Bio-
Life
Blast-/-blast
Embryonic State
Blephar(o)-
Eyelid
Brachi-
Arm
Brachy-
Short
Brady
Slow
Bucc-
Pertaining to the cheek
Cac-
Bad
Calc-
Stone
Capit-
Carbon Dioxide
Capn- or Carb-
Pertaining to the head
Carcin-
Cancer
Cardi-
Heart
Cata-
Down
Caud-
Tail
Cephal-
Head
-cele
Pouching or Hernia
Celi-
Abdomen
-centesis
Puncture for aspiration
Cerebro-
Brain
Cervic-
Neck
Chol-
Bile
Chondr-
Cartilage
Chrom-
Color
-cide
Destroy
Circum-
Around
Co- or Con-
Together
Col(i)(o)-
Colon
Contra-
Against
Coron(o)-
Crown or Circle
Corp-
Body
Cost(o)-
Rib
Crani(o)-
Skull
Crin(o)-
Secrete
Crypt-
Hidden
Cutane(o)-
Skin
Cyan-
Blue
Cysti-
Sac or Bladder
Cyt(o)-
Cell
Dactyl-
Digit (finger or toe)
De-
Down
Derm-
Relating to the Skin
Dextr(o)-
Right
Di-
Two
Dia-
Across or Through
Diplo-
Double
Dips-
Thirst
Dis-
Apart
Dors(i)(o)-
Back
Duct-
Conduct
Dur-
Hard
Dys-
Bad or Difficult
E-
Out
-eal
Pertaining to
Ecto-
Outside
-ectomy
Removel
Ede-
Swelling
-emia
Pertaining to blood
En-
Within
End-
Within
Enter(o)-
Pertaining to the gut
Epi-
Above
Erythro-
Red
Eu-
Normal
Ex-
Out of
Exo-
Outside
Extra-
Outside of
Fasci-
Band or Bundle
Febri-
Fever
-ferent
Carry
Fil-
Threadlike
Fiss-
Split
For-
Opening
-form
Shape
Galact(o)-
Milk
Gastro-
Related to the Stomach
-gen
Agent that produces
-genic
originating from
Gest-
Carry
Gli-
Glue
Gloss-
Related to the Tongue
Glott-
Opening
Glyco-
Sweet or sugar
Gnos(o)
Knowing
-gram
Record of
Gran-
Particulates
-graph
Instrument for Recording
Gravi-
Heavy
Gyn(o)-
Woman
Hema-
Blood
Hemi-
Half
Hepat-
Liver
Hetero-
Other
Histo-
Tissue
Holo-
Whole
Homo-
Same
Hydro-
Water
Hyper-
Excessive
Hypo-
Less or Below
Hyster-
Uterus
-ia
Condition
Idio-
Self
Ile(o)-
Ileum
Infra-
Beneath
Inter-
Among
Intra-
Inside
Ischi(o)-
Hip
-ism
Condition
Iso-
Equal
-ist
One who specializes in
-itis
Inflammation
Jejun(o)-
Jejunum (Empty)
Juxta-
Adjoining or Near to
Kerat(o)-
Cornea or Scarred Tissue
Kine(t)(o)-
Movement
Labi-
Lip
Lacri-
Tears
Lact-
Milk
Lapar(o)-
Abdomen
Laryn(o)-
Larynx
Later-
Side
-lepsy
Seizure
Leuk-
White
Lex(o)-
Word or Phrase
Lip-
Fat
Lith(o)-
Stone
-logy
Science
Lord(o)-
Bent
Lymph(o)-
Clear Fluid
-lysis
Dissolve
Macro-
Large
Mal-
Bad
-malacia
Softening
Mamm(o)-
Breast
Mast(o)-
Breast
Meat(o)-
Opening
Medi-
Middle
Mega-
Big
Melan(o)-
Black
Meno-
Menstruation
Ment-
Mind
Meso-
Middle
Meta-
After
-meter
Measuring Device
Micro-
Small
Mio-
Less or Smaller
Mito-
Threadlike
Mono-
Single
Morph-
Shape
Multi-
Many
Myc(o)-
Fungus
Myel(o)-
Marrow or Spinal Cord
Myo-
Muscle
Myx-
Mucus
Narc-
Numd
Naso-
Nose
Necro-
Dead
Neo-
New
Nephro-
Kidney
Neuro-
Nerve
Oc-
Against
Ocul(o)-
Eye
-oid
Resembling
-ole
Small
Oligo-
Small
-oma
Tumor
oo-
Egg
Ophthalm-
Eye
Or-
Mouth
Orchi-
Testes
Ortho-
Normal
-ory
Pertaining to
-ose
Full of
-osis
Condition
Oste(o)-
Bone
Ot(o)-
Ear
Ovo-
Egg
Ox(o)
Oxygen
Pachy-
Thick
Par-
Give birth to
Para-
Near or Abnormal
Path(o)-
Disease
-pathy
Abnormality
Ped-
Children
-pinia
Lack of
Peri-
Around
Phag-
To eat
Pharmac(o)-
medicine
Pharyng(o)-
Pharynx
-phil
An affinity for
Phleb(o)-
Vein
-phobe
Dread
Phot(o)-
Light
-plasia
Growth
-plasty
Reconstruction of
Platy-
Flat
-plegia
Paralysis
Pleur(o)-
Rib, Side, or Pleura
-pnea
To Breath
Pneumon(o)-
Air or Lung
Pod-
Foot
-poiesis
Formation of
Poly-
Many
Post-
After
-praxia
Movement
Pre-
Before
Pro-
Favoring or Sapporting
Proct-
Anus
Prote(o)-
Protein
Pseudo-
False
Psych(o)-
Mental
Pulmo(n)-
Lung
Pyell(o)-
Kidney
Py(o)-
Pus
Pyr(o)-
Heat
Quad-
Four
Re-
Again
Rect-
Straight
Ren(o)-
Kidney
Rete-
Network
Retro-
Behind
Rhin-
Nose
-rrhage
Excessive Flow
-rrhaphy
Suture
-rrhea
Flow
Rub(r)-
Red
Sarc-
Flesh
Sangui-
Blood
Schiz(o)-
Split
Scler(o)-
Hard
Scolio-
Crooked
-scope
Instrument to examine a part
-sect
To cut
Semi-
Half
Sensi-
Feeling or Perception
Sep-
Decay
Serrate-
Saw-tooth
-sis
Process
Soma-
Body
Somn(i)(o)-
Sleep
Sphygm(o)-
Pulse
Spondyl(o)-
Vertebra
Spuam(o)-
Scale
-stasis
Stop or Stand
Steat(o)-
Fat
Steno-
narrow
Stere(o)-
Three Dimensional
Steth(o)-
Chest
-stomy
Surgical Opening
Sub-
Below
Super-
Above
Supra-
Above
Sym- or Syn-
Joined
Tachy-
Fast
-taxis
Movement
Tele-
Far
Tens-
Strech
Tera-
Four
Therm-
Heat
Thorac-
Chest
Thrombo-
Clot
-tomy
Cut
Tox-
Poison
Trache(o)-
Trachea
Trans-
Across
Tri-
Three
Trich-
Hair
-tripsy
Crushing
-trophy
State relating to size
-ula or -ule
Small
Ultra-
Escess
Uni-
One
-uria
Urine
Uro-
Pertaining to Urine
Vas-
Vessel
Ven(i)(o)-
Vein
Vermi-
Worm
Vesic(o)-
Bladder
Vit-
Life
Zygo-
Join