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acou(s)-, acu(s)-

combining form


hear

amni-

combining form


fetal membrane, amniotic sac, amnion

asc-, ascit-

combining form
bladder, sac, bag


bary-

combining form


heavy, dull, hard

cente-

combining form


pierce

chrom-, chroma-, chromat-

combining form


color, pigment

dips-

combining form


thirst

echo-

combining form


reverberating sound, echo

edema-, edemat-

combining form


swelling

eme-

combining form


vomit

gno(s)-

combining form


know

lal-

combining form


talk

lapar-

combining form


abdomen, abdominal wall

lex-

combining form


read

mne-

combining form


remember

ne-

combining form


new

no-

combining form


mind, mental activity, comprehension

orec-, orex-

combining form


have an appetite

ox(y)-

combining form


acute, pointed; rapid, acid; oxygen

pha-

combining form


speak, communicate

phag-

combining form


swallow, eat

pharmac(eu)-

combining form


medicine, drug

phem-

combining form


speech

phob-

combining form


fear

phon-

combining form


voice, sound

phrac-, phrag-

combining form


enclose, obstruct

phras-

combining form


speak

phren-

combining form


mind; diaphragm

phylac-

combining form


protextion

phys(i)-

combining form


nature, appearance

phyt-

combining form


plant, growth

poie-

combining form


produce, make

sapr-

combining form


rotten, putrid, decaying

stear-, steat-

combining form


fat, sebum, sebaceous glands