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arachn/o
spider, spider-like
caud/o
tail
cyn/o
L* can/-
dog
flocc/-
floccul/-
tuft of hair
formic/-
ant
helminth/o
L* verm/-
L* vermin/-
worm
hipp/o
horse
ichthy/o
fish, scaly
nemat/o
nem/o
threadlike structure, roundworm
onych/o
onyx/o
L* ungu/-
L* ungul/-
nail, hoof, claw
pter/o
pteryg/o
L* pinn/-
L* penn/-
L* al/-
wing, fin, wing-shaped
rostr/-
beak, beak-like
zo/o
animal, living organism
acanth/o
thorn, prickle
anth/o
flower
blast/o
bud, germ, embryonic cell
clad/o
branch
cortic/o
bark, outer layer
phyt/o
plant, growth
rhiz/o
L* radic/-
L* radicul/-
root, nerve root
spor/-
spore, reproductive cell
anthrac/o
coal
argyr/o
L* argent/-
silver
chrys/o
L* aur/-
gold
chalc/o
chalk/o
L* cupr/-
copper
petr/o
rock
plumb/-
lead
sider/o
L* ferr/
iron
thi/o
sulphur
meteor/o
weather, atmosphere
nyct/o
L* noct/-
night
nos/o
disease
phot/o
light
phylac/o
phylact/o
phylaxi/o
protection
phyl/o
tribe, race, group
psychr/o
cold
pyr/o
heat, fire
pyret/o
fever
sept/o
saept/o
septum (saeptum)
sthen/o
strength
syphil/o
syphilis
ton/o
tone, tension
tax/o
order, classifcation, co-ordination
therm/o
heat
trich/o
hair
trop/o
(the act of) turning
lys/o
destructive
-be
organism, life
-emesis
vomiting
-gnosia, -gnosis
knowledge, perception
-som/e
body
-taxis, tax/y, tax/ia
arrangement in response to, classification, co-ordination
-phyte
plant
-nosis
disease
anthophobia
abnormal aversion to flowers
arachnodactylia
condition characterized by long, thin fingers; spider fingers
biotaxia
arrangement of life
caudal
pertaining to the tail
chronognosis
perception of time
chrysotherapy
treatment by means of gold
hematemesis
vomiting of blood
hypertonic
pertaining to greater than normal tension
hyperthermia
abnormal condition characterized by excessive temperature
nycturia
urination during the night
rhizoid
root-like
rostral
pertaining to the beak
sthenometer
device used to measure strength
tirchosiderin
substance containing iron found in the hair
ungual
pertaining to the nails