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hydr
water
hydration
noun. to combine chemically with water
dehydrate
verb. to remove water
hydraulic
adj. operated or moved by water or other liquids in motion
hyper
too much, excess
hyperactive
adj. abnormally active
hyperbole
noun. obvious and intentional exaggeration
hypo
too little or under
hypoglycemic
adj. abnormally low in glucose of the blood
hypodermic
adj. characterized by the introduction of medicine or drugs under the skin
inter
between, among
interpersonal
adj. of or pertaining to the relations between persons
intersperse
verb. to scatter
interact
verb. to act together
intra, intr
within
intrapersonal
adj. existing or occuring within the individual self or mind
intrinsic
adj. belonging to a thing by its very nature
it, iter
between, among
itinerant
adj or noun. traveling from place to place
iterate
verb. to do over again repeatedly
itinerary
noun. a detailed plan for a journey
ject, jec
throw
project
verb. to propose, to throw, to cast
objectify
verb. to present as an object
jour
day
adjourn
verb. to defer, to suspend
jud
judge
prejudice
noun. an unfavorable opinion
judiciousness
noun. wise or good judgment
junct, jug
join
adjunct
noun or adj. something added to another thing but not essential; a helper or secondary
juncture
noun. a place where things meet
jugular
adj. or of pertaining to the throat or neck
conjugate
adj. related as a pair, couple