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ab-(a-, abs-)
Latin prefix

away from
ad-(ac-, af-, ag-, al-, an-, ap-, as-, a-, at-)
Latin prefix

to, toward
ambi-
Latin prefix

both
ante-
Latin prefix

before, forward
bi-(bin-, bis-)
Latin prefix

two, twice, double, both
circum
Latin prefix

around
con-(co-, col-, com-, cor-)
Latin prefix

together, with; thouroughly, very
contra-
Latin prefix

against, opposite
de-
Latin prefix

down, away from, absent
dis-(di-, dif-)
Latin prefix

apart, away
ex-(e-, ef-)
Latin prefix

out of, away from
extra- (extro-)
Latin prefix

on the outside, beyond
in-(il-, im-, ir-)
Latin prefix

in, into
in- (il-, im-, ir-)
Latin prefix

very, thoroughly
in-
Latin prefix

not
infra-
Latin prefix

beneath, below
inter-
Latin prefix

between
intra-(intro-)
Latin prefix

within
-y
Latin noun-forming suffix

state, condition
non-
Latin prefix

not
mult-(multi-)
Latin prefix

many, much, affecting many parts
abdomin-
Combining form

belly, abdomen
ob-(oc-, op-)
Latin prefix

against, toward; very, thoroughly
per-(pel-)
Latin prefix

through; very, thoroughly
post-
Latin prefix

after, following, behind
adip-
Combining form

fat
pre-
Latin prefix

before, in front of
pro-
Latin prefix

forward, infront
aur-
Combining form

ear
re-
Latin prefix

back, again
retro-
Latin prefix

backward, in back, behind
bacill-
Combining form

[rod, staff] bacillus
se-
Latin prefix

apart, away from
burs-
Combining form

[leather sack] bursa
semi-
Latin prefix

half
sub-(suf-, sup-)
Latin prefix

under
super-
Latin prefix

over, above, excess
calc-
Combining form

stone, calcium, lime (salts)
trans-
Latin prefix

across, through
ultra-
Latin prefix

beyond, excess
calor-
Combining form

heat, energy
-an
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to, located in
capit-
Combining form

head
-ia
Latin noun-forming suffix

state, condition
-ian
Latin noun-forming suffix

indicates an expert in a certain field
-ic
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to
cerebr-
Combining form

brain
-ar
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to, located in
cost-
Combining form

rib
-id
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to
-ile
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to, capable of
dent-
Combining form

tooth
-arium
Latin noun-forming suffix

denotes a place for something
-ine
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to, located in
dors-
Combining form

back (of the body)
-ary
Latin noun-forming suffix

denotes a place for something
-ive
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to
extern-
Combining form

outer
-lent
Latin adjective-forming suffix

full of
-ary
Latin adjective-forming suffix

pertaining to
-ose
Latin adjective-forming suffix

full of
fibr-
Combining form

fiber, filament
-ate
Latin adjective-forming suffix

having the form of, possessing
fistul-
Combining form

(tube, pipe) fistula, an abnormal tubelike passage in the body
-ous
Latin adjective-forming suffix

full of
-ty
Latin noun-forming suffix

state, condition
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
synov-
Combining form

synovial fluid, snovial membrane or sac
tub-
Combining form

[trumpet] tube
tuss-
Combining form

cough
vacc-
Combining form

cow
vir-, virus-
Combining form

[poison, venom] virus
viscer-
Combining form

internal organ(s)