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mor, mort
dead
morbid
adj. preoccupied with death, diseased
mortify
verb. to embarress
morph
shape
polymorphic
adj. qualities of having change
form
noun. shape/color
morphine
noun. a medine pain reliever, greek god of dreams
amorphous
adj. lacking definite shape; no shape
mov, mot, mob, mom
move
motile
adj. ability to move
commotion
noun. violent motion
mommentum
noun. force or speed of movement
demonte
verb. to reduce to a lower grade
mut
change
mutable/immutable
adj. able to change/not able to change
transmute
verb. to change form
permutation
noun. transformation
nat, nasc
born
nascent
adj. being to exist
prenatal
adj. previous to birth or to giving birth
native
adj. being the place where someone was born
nau, nav
ship, sailor
circumnavigate
verb. to sail or fly around
navigable
adj. deep and wide enough for ships to pass through
nautical
adj. of or pertaining to sailors, ships, or navigation
neg
not, deny
abnegate
verb. to reject oneself
negation
noun. the act of denying
renege
verb. to break a promise
negligent
adj. guilty of neglect
neo
new
neologism
noun. a new word, meaning, usage
neo-natal
adj. pertaining to a new born baby
neocracy
noun. new government by new or inexperienced people
nihil
none, nothing
nihilism
noun. the rejection of all religions and morals
annihilate
verb. to destroy
nom, nym
name
anonymous
adj. without a name
pseudonym
noun. false name