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able
capable of (adj)
ible
capable of (adj)
ac
pertaining to (adj)
al
pertaining to (adj)
an
pertaining to (adj)
ar
pertaining to (adj)
ary
pertaining to (adj)
eal
pertaining to (adj)
ic
pertaining to (adj)
ic
pertaining to (adj)
ive
pertaining to (adj)
tic
pertaining to (adj)
ase
enzyme
algia
pain
cele
hernia (protrusion of organ through it containing wall)
centesis
procedure to aspirate fluid
ectasia
dialation
ectomy
excision or removal
edema
swelling
emesis
vomiting
emia
blood
genic
beginning/producing (adj)
gram
record
graph
insturment for recording
graphy
proccess of recording
ia
condition
iasis
condition
ism
condition
ist
one who
itis
inflammation
ium
membrane
kinesia
movement/motion
kinesis
movement/ motion
logist
specialist
logy
study of
lysis
loosening/ freeing/ breaking apart/ destroying
lytic
pertaining to destruction (adj)
malacia
softening
mania
preoccupation
megaly
elargement
meter
instrument to measure
metry
process of measuring
oid
resembling
oma
tumor
opia
vision
ose
sugar
osis
condition *usually abnormal,
ous
pertaining to/ characterized by
pathy
disease or abnormality
penia
deficiency
pexy
surgical fixation
phagia
eating/ swallowing
gic
eating/ swallowing
gy
eating/ swallowing
phasia
speech
phobia
abnormal fear
plasty
surgical repair
plegia
paralysis
rrhage
excessive flow or discharge
rrhagia
excessive flow or discharge
rrhaphy
suture
rrhea
flow or discharge
rrhexis
rupture
sclerosis
hardening
scopy
examination with an instrument
spasm
twitching
stasis
stopping
stomy
forming of an opening
tome
an instrument for cuttin
tomy
incision (cutting into)
trophic
nutrition *when placed with a root it creates an adj
ectasis
dilation
genesis
beginning/ producing
trophy
nutrition