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Old English: a-
in, on, of, up, to
afoot, awake
(5)
Old English: be-
around, about, away
beset, behead
(3)
Old English: for-
away, off, from
forsake, forget
(3)
Old English: mis-
badly, poorly, not
mismatch, misspell
(3)
Old English: over-
above, excessively
oversee, undo
(2)
Old English: un-
not, reverse of
untrue, unfold
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: ab-, a-, abs-
from, off, away
abduct, absent
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: ante-
before
antedate
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: bi-
two
bimonthly, bisect
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: circum-
around
circumnavigate
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: com-, co-, col-, con-, cor-
with, together
compare, coexist, collide, convene, correspond
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: contra-
against
contradict
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: de-
away, from, off, down
defect, desert
(4)
Latin and Latin-French: dis-, dif-
away, off, opposing
dissent, differ
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: ex-, e-, ef-
away from, out
excise, efface
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: in-, im-
in, into, within
induct, impose
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: in-, im-, il-, ir-
not
incapable, impious, illegal, irregular
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: inter-
among, between
intercede, intersperse
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: intro-, intra-
inward, to the inside, within
introduce, intravenous, intramural
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: non-
not
nonentity, nonessential
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: post-
after, following
postpone, postscript
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: pre-
before
prevent, prelude
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: pro-
forward, in place of, favoring
produce, pronoun, pro-American
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: re-
back, backward, again
revoke, recede, recur
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: retro-
back, backward
retroactive, retrospect
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: semi-
half
semiannual, semicircular
(1)
Latin and Latin-French: sub-, suf-, sum-, sup-, sus-
under, beneath
subjugate, suffuse, summon, suppose, suspect
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: super-
over, above, extra
supersede, supervise
(3)
Latin and Latin-French: trans-
across, beyond
transfuse, transport
(2)
Latin and Latin-French: ultra-
beyond, excessively
ultramodern, ultraviolet
(2)
Greek: a-
lacking, without
amorphous, atheistic
(2)
Greek: anti-
against, opposing
antipathy, antithesis
(2)
Greek: apo-
from, away
apology, apocrypha
(2)
Greek: cata-
down, away, thoroughly
cataclysm, catastrophe
(3)
Greek: dia-
through, across, apart
diameter, diagnose
(3)
Greek: eu-
good, pleasant
eulogy, euphemism
(2)
Greek: hemi-
half
hemisphere, hemiplegic
(1)
Greek: hyper-
excessive, over
hypercritical, hypertension
(2)
Greek: hypo-
under, beneath
hypodermic, hypothesis
(2)
Greek: para-
beside, beyond
parallel, paradox
(2)
Greek: peri-
around
periscope, perimeter
(1)
Greek: pro-
before
prognosis, program
(1)
Greek: syn-, sym-, syl-, sys-
together, with
synchronize, sympathy, syllable, system
(2)
Greek: a-
lacking, without
amorphous, atheistic
(2)
Greek: anti-
against, opposing
antipathy, antithesis
(2)
Greek: apo-
from, away
apology, apocrypha
(2)
Greek: cata-
down, away, thoroughly
cataclysm, catastrophe
(3)
Greek: dia-
through, across, apart
diameter, diagnose
(3)
Greek: eu-
good, pleasant
eulogy, euphemism
(2)
Greek: hemi-
half
hemisphere, hemiplegic
(1)
Greek: hyper-
excessive, over
hypercritical, hypertension
(2)
Greek: hypo-
under, beneath
hypodermic, hypothesis
(2)
Greek: para-
beside, beyond
parallel, paradox
(2)
Greek: peri-
around
periscope, perimeter
(1)
Greek: pro-
before
prognosis, program
(1)
Greek: syn-, sym-, syl-, sys-
together, with
synchronize, sympathy, syllable, system
(2)
root: acid (n. or adj.)
derivational suffix: -ity
result: acidity (n. only)
yar!
root: free (adj.)
derivational suffix: -dom
result: freedom (n.)
yar!
root: accept (v.)
derivational suffix: -ance
result: acceptance (n.)
yar!
Old English (n.): -dom
state, rank, condition
freedom, wisdom
(3)
Old English (n.): -er
doer, maker
hunter, writer, thinker
(2)
Old English (n.): -hood
state, condition
childhood, statehood
(2)
Old English (n.): -ness
quality, state
softness, shortness
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -age
process, state, rank
passage, bondage
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ance, -ancy
act, condition, fact
acceptance, vigilance, hesitancy
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ard, -art
one that does (esp. especially)
coward, laggard, braggart
(1)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ate
rank, office
delegate, primate
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ation
action, state, result
occupation, starvation
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -cy
state, condition
accuracy, captaincy
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ee
one receiving action
employee, refugee
(1)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -eer
doer, worker at
engineer, racketeer
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ence
act, condition, fact
evidence, patience
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -er
doer, native of
baker, westerner
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ery
skill, action, collection
surgery, robbery, crockery
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ess
feminine
waitress, lioness
(1)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -et, -ette
little, feminine
islet, cigarette, majorette
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ion
action, result, state
union, fusion, dominion
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ism
act, manner, doctrine
baptism, barbarism, socialism (3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ist
doer, believer
monopolist, socialist
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ition
action, state, result
sedition, expedition
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ity
state, quality, condition
paucity, civility
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ment
means, result, action
refreshment, disappointment
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -or
doer, office, action
elevator, juror, honor
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ry
condition, practice, collection
dentistry, jewelry
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -tion
action, condition
creation, relation
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -tude
quality, state, result
fortitude, multitude
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ty
quality, state
novelty, beauty
(2)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -ure
act, result, means
culture, signature
(3)
Foreign (Latin, French, Greek) (n.): -y
result, action, quality
jealousy, inquiry
(3)
Old English (adj.): -en
made of, like
wooden, golden
(2)
Old English (adj.): -ful
full of, marked by
thankful, masterful
(2)
Old English (adj.): -ish
suggesting, like
childish, devilish
(2)
Old English (adj.): -less
lacking, without
helpless, hopeless
(2)
Old English (adj.): -like
like, similar
childlike, dreamlike
(2)
Old English (adj.): -ly
like, of the nature of
friendly, cowardly
(2)
Old English (adj.): -some
apt to, showing
tiresome, lonesome
(2)
Old English (adj.): -ward
in the direction of
backward, homeward
(1)
Old English (adj.): -y
showing, suggesting
hilly, sticky, wavy
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -able
able, likely
capable, affable
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -ate
having, showing
animate, separate
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -escent
becoming, growing
obsolescent, quiescent
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -esque
in the style of, like
picturesque, statuesque
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -fic
making, causing
terrific, soporific
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -ible
able, likely, fit
edible, possible, divisible
(3)
Foreign (adj.): -ose
marked by, given to
comatose, bellicose
(2)
Foreign (adj.): -ous
marked by, given to
religious, furious
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -al
doer, pertaining to
rival, animal, autumnal
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -an
one belonging to, pertaining to
human, European
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ant
actor, agent, showing
servant, observant
(3)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ary
belonging to, one connected with
primary, adversary, auxiliary
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ent
doing, showing, actor
confident, adherent
(3)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ese
of a place or style, style
Chinese, journalese
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ian
pertaining to, one belonging to
barbarian, reptilian
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ic
dealing with, caused by, person or thing, showing
classic, choleric
(4)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ile
marked by, one marked by
juvenile, servile
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ine
marked by, dealing with, one marked by
marine, canine, divine
(3)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ite
formed, showing, one marked by
detective, native
(3)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ive
belonging or tending to, one belonging to
detective, native
(2)
Foreign (adj./n.): -ory
doing, pertaining to, place or thing for
accessory, contributory
(3)
Old English (v.): -en
cause to be, become
deepen, darken
(2)
Foreign (v.): -ate
become, form, treat
populate, animate
(3)
Foreign (v.): -esce
become, grow, continue
convalesce, acquiesce
(3)
Foreign (v.): -fy
make, cause, cause to have
glorify, fortify
(3)
Foreign (v.): -ish
do, make, perform
punish, finish
(3)
Foreign (v.): -ize
make, cause to be
sterilize, motorize
(2)
Latin: -ag-, -act-
do, drive, impel
agitate, transact
(3)
Latin: -agr-
field
agriculture, agrarian
(1)
Latin: -am-, -amic-
friend, love
amatory, amicable
(2)
Latin: -aqu-
water
aquatic, aqueduct, aquarium
(1)
Latin: -aud-, -audit-
hear
audible, auditorium
(1)
Latin: -ben-, -bene-
well, good
benefit, benediction
(2)
Latin: -brev-
short, brief
abbreviate, breviary
(2)
Latin: -cand-
white, glowing
candor, incadescent
(2)
Latin: -capit-
head
capital, decapitate
(1)
Latin: -cent-
hundred
century, centennial
(1)
Latin: -cid-, -cis-
kill, cut
suicide, regicide, incision
Latin: -clin-
bend, lean
decline, inclination
(2)
Latin: -cogn-
know
recognize, cognizant
(1)
Latin: -cred-
belief, trust
incredible, credulity
(2)
Latin: -crypt-
hidden, secret
crypt, cryptic
(2)
Latin: -culp-
fault, blame
culpable, exculpate
(2)
Latin: -duc-, -duct-
lead
educate, conductor
(1)
Latin: -equ-
equal
equation, equanimity
(1)
Latin: -err-
wander, stray
erratic, aberration
(2)
Latin: -fac-, -fact-, -fect-, -fic-
do, make
facile, manufacture, defective, efficient
(2)
Latin: -fer-
bear, yield
transfer, fertile
(2)
Latin: -fid-
belief, faith
fidelity, perfidious
(2)
Latin: -fin-
end, limit
final, indefinite
(2)
Latin: -frag-, -fract-
break
fragment, fracture
(1)
Latin: -fus-
pour
transfuse, effusive
(1)
Latin: -gen-
birth, kind, origin
generate, generic
(3)
Latin: -jac-, -ject-
throw, hurl, cast
adjacent, eject
(3)
Latin: -jud-
judge
prejudice, adjudicate
(1)
Latin: -jug-
join, yoke
conjugal, conjugate
(2)
Latin: -junct-
join
junction, disjunctive
(1)
Latin: -jur-
swear, plead
adjure, perjury
(2)
Latin: -leg-, -lig-, -lect-
choose, read
eligible, legible, lectern
(2)
Latin: -loc-
place
locus, locale
(1)
Latin: -loqu-, -loc-
talk, speech
colloquial, locution
(2)
Latin: -magn-
large
magnitude, magnify
(1)
Latin: -mal-
bad
malady, malevolent
(1)
Latin: -man-, -manu-
hand
manicure, manual
(1)
Latin: -mit-, -miss-
send
remit, emissary
Latin: -mor-, -mort-
die, death
mortuary, immortal
Latin: -omni-
all
omnipotent, omniscient
(1)
Latin: -ped-
foot
pedal, quadruped
(1)
Latin: -pend-, -pens-
hang, weigh
appendix, suspense
(2)
Latin: -pon-, -pos-
place, put
postpone, interpose
(2)
Latin: -port-
carry, bear
transport, importation
(2)
Latin: -prim-
first, early
primitive, primordial
(2)
Latin: -punct-
point
punctuation, punctilious
(1)
Latin: -reg-, -rig-, -rect-
rule, straight, right
regent, incorrigible, rectangular
(3)
Latin: -rupt-
break
rupture, interrupt
(1)
Latin: -sang-
blood
sanguine, consanguinity
(1)
Latin: -sci-
know, knowledge
omniscient, prescience
(2)
Latin: -scrib-, -script-
write
inscribe, proscribe, manuscript
(1)
Latin: -sent-, -sens-
feel
presentiment, sensitive
(1)
Latin: -sequ-, -secut-
follow
sequel, persecute, consecutive
(1)
Latin: -son-
sound
consonant, sonorous
Latin: -spir-
breath, breathe
expire, inspiration
(2)
Latin: -string-, -strict-
bind tight
constrict, stricture, stringent
(1)
Latin: -tract-
draw, pull
traction, extractor
(2)
Latin: -uni-
one
universe?
(1)
Latin: -ven-, -vent-
come
intervene, supervene
(1)
Latin: -verb-
word
verbal, verbiage
(1)
Latin: -vid-, -vis-
see
evident, television
(1)
Latin: -vit-
life
vitality, vitamin
(1)
Greek: -anthrop-
man
anthropology, misanthropic
(1)
Greek: -arch-
ancient, chief
archaelogy, monarch
(2)
Greek: -astr-, -aster-
star
astronomy, asterisk
(1)
Greek: -auto-
self
automatic, autonomy
(1)
Greek: -bibli-
book
bibliography, bibliophile
(1)
Greek: -bio-
life
biology, autobiography
(1)
Greek: -chrom-
color
chromatic, chromosome
(1)
Greek: -cosm-
world, order
cosmos, microcosm
(2)
Greek: -cycl-
wheel, circle
cyclone, bicycle
(2)
Greek: -dem-
people
democracy, epidemic
(1)
Greek: -gen-
kind, race
eugenics, genesis
(2)
Greek: -geo-
earth
geography, geology
(1)
Greek: -gram-
write, writing
grammar, epigram
(2)
Greek: -graph-
write, writing
orthography, geography
(2)
Greek: -hydr-
water
hydrogen, dehydrate
(1)
Greek: -log-
word, study
epilogue, theology, logic
(2)
Greek: -micr-
small
microbe, microscope
(1)
Greek: -mon-
one, single
monogamy, monologue
(2)
Greek: -morph-
form
amorphous, metamorphosis
(1)
Greek: -neo-
new
neologism, neolithic
(1)
Greek: -orth-
straight, correct
orthodox, orthography
(2)
Greek: -pan-
all, entire
panorama, pandemonium
(2)
Greek: -path-
feeling, suffering
apathy, pathology, sympathy
(2)
Greek: -phil-
like, love
philanthropic, philosophy
(2)
Greek: -phon-
sound
phonology, euphony
(1)
Greek: -poly-
many
polygon, polygamy
(1)
Greek: -proto-
first
prototype
(1)
Greek: -psych-
mind
psychology, psychosomatic
(1)
Greek: -soph-
wise, wisdom
philosophy, sophomore
(2)
Greek: -tele-
far, distant
telegram, telepathy
(2)
Greek: -zo-
animal
zoology, protozoa
(1)