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ab-, (a- rarely before certain consonants; abs- before c and t)
away from
ad- (ac- bfore c; af- before f; ag- before g; al- before l; an- before n; ap- before p; as- before s; a- before sp; at- before t)
to, toward
ambi-
both
ante-
before, forward
bi- (bin-, bis-)
two, twice, double, both
circum-
around
con- (co- before h; col- before l; com- before e, m, and p; cor- before r)
together, with; thoroughly, very
contra-
against, opposite
de-
down, away from, absent
dis- (di- before g, v, and usually before l; dif- before f)
apart, away
ex- (e- before certain consonants; ef- before f)
out of, away from
extra- (rarely extro-)
on the outside, beyond
(1) in- (il- before l; im- before b, m, and p; ir- before r)
(2) in-
(3)in (il- before l; imj- before b, m, and p; ir- before r)
(1) in, into
(2) not
(3) very, thoroughly
infro-
beneath, below
inter-
between
intra- (rarely intro-)
within
non-
not*

*Non is not a prefix in Latin, but an adverb. Because it is used as a prefix in Endglish, it is included here with prefixes
mult- (often multi-)
many, muchm affecting many parts
ob- (oc- before c; op- before p)
against, toward; very
per- (pel- before l)
through; very, thoroughly
post-
after, following, behind
pre-
before, in front of
re-
back, again
retro-
backward, in back, behind
se-
apart, away from
semi-
half
sub- (suf- before f; sup- before p)
under
super- (often supra-)
over, above, excess
trans-
across, through
ultra-
beyond, excess
uni-
one
bi-, bin-, bis-
two, twice, double, both
tri-*

*Derived from Greek
three
quadr-
four
quint-
five, fifth
sex-, sext-
six, sixth
sept-
seven
oct-, octa-
eight
non-
nine, ninth
dec-,* deca-

*Derived from Greek
ten, one-tenth
-an
forms adjectives; pertaining to, located in
-ar
forms adjectives; pertaining to, located in
-arium
forms nouns; denotes a place for something
-ary
forms nouns; denotes a place for something
-ary
forms adjectives; pertaining to
-ate
forms adjective; having the form of, possessing
-ia
forms abstract nouns
-ian
fomrs nouns; indicates an expert in a certain field
-ic
forms adjectives; pertaining to
-id*

Note that there is a Greek-derived suffix -id, an alternative form of -oid, meaning "having the form of": hominid (homo, hominis, man)
fomrs adjectives; pertaining to
-ile
forms adjectives; pertaining to, capable of
-ine
forms adjectives; pertaining to, located in
-ive
forms adjectives, pertaining to
-lent
forms adjectives; full of
-ose
forms adjectives; full of
-ous
forms adjectives; full of
-ty
fomrs abstract nouns
-y
forms abstract nouns
abdomin- combining form
belly, abdomen
adip- combining form
fat
aur- combining form
ear
bacill- 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 passag in the body
frig-, frigor- combining form
cold
insul- combining form
island
intern- combining form
inner
meat- combining form
passage, opening, meatus
na- combining form
nose
pur- combining form
pus
radi-, rad-, radix combining form
root
ren- combining form
kidney
sangui(n)- combining form
blood
son- combining form
sound
synov- combining form
synovial flui, synovial membrane or sac
tub- combining form
[trumpet] tube
tuss- combining form
cough
vacc- combining form
cow*

*Words containing vaccin- have to do with vaccine
vir-, virus- combining form
[poison, venom] virus*

*Words like virulent are from the Latin adjective virulentus, strong, powerful(literally, full of poison)
viscer- combining form
internal organ(s)