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before [L] ANTE, ANTERIOR, ANTECUBITAL, ANTEBELLUM, ANTECEDENT, ANTIQUE, ANCIENT, ADVANCE flower [G] ANTHER, ANTHOLOGY, ACANTHOCYTE, CHRYSANTHEMUM, EXANTHEMA man, human being [G] ANTHROPIC, ANTHROPOLOGY, ANTHROPOMORPHISM, ANTHROPOID, PHILANTHROPY, MISANTHROPE, LYCANTHROPY against, opposite [G] ANTI, ANTIGEN, ANTIBODY, ANTIBIOTIC, ANTIPODES, ENANTIOMER cave, cavity [G] ANTRUM, ANTRAL tip, extremity [L] APEX, APICAL, SUBAPICAL, PERIAPICAL from, away, off [G] APOCRINE, APOPROTEIN, APOPTOSIS juncture [G] APSE, SYNAPSE, SYNAPTIC, PRESYNAPTIC, POSTSYNAPTIC water [L] AQUA, AQUATIC, AQUARELLE, AQUEOUS, AQUARIUM, AQUEDUCT, AQUIFER, AQUAMARINE gum arabic [L] ARABINOSE, RIBOSE, RIBOSOME, RIBOZYME, RIBOFLAVIN, RIBONUCLEIC, DEOXYRIBOSE spider, web [G] ARACHNID, ARACHNOID, ARACHNOPHOBIA tree [L] ARBOR VITAE, ARBOREOUS, ARBORIZATION, ARBORESCENCE, ARBORETUM bow, arch [L] ARCH, ARCADE, ARCUATE ancient, beginning [G] ARCHEOLOGY, ARCHETYPE, ARCHOSAUR, ARCHENTERON, MENARCHE bear (animal), arctic [G] ARCTIC, ARCTURUS, ANTARCTICA space, area [L] AREA, AREOLA, AREOLATE, HECTARE shine, silver, clarity [L] ARGENT, ARGENTINE, ARGENTUM, ARGYRIA, ARGENTIFEROUS, ARGENTAFFIN, ARGENTINA, ARGININE, ARGUMENT, ARGUE, HYDRARGYRUM number [G] ARITHMETIC, ALGORITHM, LOGARITHM upper arm [L] ARM, ARMATURE, ARMOR, ARMY, ARMILLARY, ARMADILLO, ALARM, DISARM art, skill, craft [L] ART, ARTISAN, ARTIST, INERT, INERTIA artery, windpipe [G] AORTA, ARSIS, ARTERY, ARTERIOLE, ARTERIOSCLEROSIS joint, speech [G] ARTHRITIS, ARTHRALGIA, ARTHROPOD, DIARTHROSIS, SYNARTHROSIS, DYSARTHRIA joint, speech [L] ARTICLE, ARTICULATE, ARTICULATION, DISARTICULATED, INTERARTICULAR, POLYARTICULAR, MONOARTICULAR fitting, even in number [G] ARTIODACTYL climb [L] ASCENDING, ASCENT asparagus [L] ASPARAGINE, ASPARTIC, ASPARTATE, ASPARTAME weak, feeble [G] MYASTHENIA, NEURASTHENIA panting, gasping [G] ASTHMA, ASTHMATIC vertebra, ball of ankle joint [G] ASTRAGAL, ASTRAGALUS

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BILIBIOBLASTBLEPHARBOBOLBRACHBRACHYBRADYBRANCHBREVBROMBRONCHBRYBUBOBUCCBULLBURSC CADCALCALCCALLCALYPTCAMERCAMPYLCANCANALCANCELL-

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CANCRCAND-

crab, ulcer, cancer [L] CANCER, CHANCRE, CANKER white, shine [L] CANDID, CANDOR, CANDLE, CANDIDA, CANDIDATE, CANDIDIASIS, INCANDESCENCE, INCENDIARY, INCENSE head, head of a muscle [L] CAPUT, CAPTAIN, CAPITAL, CAPITOL, CAPITULATE, CAPITATE, CAPITELLUM, CAPO, CAPRICE, CATTLE, CHAPTER, CHIEF, OCCIPUT, OCCIPITAL, DECAPITATE, BICIPITAL, BICEPS, TRICEPS, RECAPITULATE, PRECIPITATE goat [L] CAPRIS, CAPRINE, CAPROIC, CAPRYLIC, CAPRICORN, CAPRICIOUS little box [L] CAPSULE, CAPSULAR, ENCAPSULATE seize, take, grasp [L] CAPTURE, CAPTIVE, CATCH, CAPACIOUS, CAPABLE, CAPSTAN, ACCEPT, ANTICIPATE, CONCEIVE, DECEPTION, EXCEPT, FORCEPS, INCEPTION, INTERCEPT, INTUSSUSCEPTION, PARTICIPATE, PRECEPT, RECEIVE, RECIPE, RX, RECUPERATE coal [L] CARBON, CARBOXYL, CARBOHYDRATE, CARBUNCLE, CHARCOAL crab, ulcer [G] CARCINOMA, CARCINOGEN, CARCINOID, ADENOCARCINOMA heart [G] CARDIA, CARDIAC, CARDIOVASCULAR, CARDIOID, PERICARDIUM, MYOCARDIAL, DEXTROCARDIA keel [L] CARINA, CARINATUM, CAREEN rotten [L] CARIES, CARRION flesh, meat [L] CARNAL, CARNAGE, CARNIVORE, CARNOSAUR, CARNASSIAL, CARNIVAL, CARNATION, INCARNATE, REINCARNATION, CARNIVAL, CHARNEL, CRONE pluck, fruit, wrist [G] CARPUS, CARPAL, CARPEL, CARPET, EXCERPT, METACARPAL, ENDOCARP, PERICARP gristle [L] CARTILAGE, CARTILAGINOUS cheese [L] CASEIN, CASEOUS falling down, dissolving [G] CATABOLIC, CATALYSIS, CATARACT, CATION, CATHODE, CATASTROPHE, CATACLYSM tail [L] CAUDA, CAUDAL, CAUDATE burning [L] CAUSTIC, CAUSALGIA, CAUTERIZE, HOLOCAUST, ENCAUSTIC cave, hollow [L] CAVE, CAVA, CAVITY, CAVERNOUS, CONCAVE, EXCAVATE, PORTOCAVAL blind [L] CECUM, CECAL to go, yield [L] CEASE, CEDE, CESSION, ABSCESS, ACCESS, ANCESTOR, ANTECEDENT, CONCEDE, DECEASED, EXCEED, INTERCEDE, NECESSARY, PRECEDE, PREDECESSOR, PROCEED, RECEDE, SECEDE, SUCCEED rupture, hernia [G] BLASTOCELE, MYELOCELE, OMPHALOCELE, HYDROCELE, GALACTOCELE swift [L] ACCELERATION, DECELERATE storeroom, chamber [L] CELL, CELLAR, CELLULAR, CELLULOSE, CELLOPHANE, MICELLE, CONCEAL, RATHSKELLER recent, new [G] CENOZOIC, KAINITE, EOCENE, OLIGOCENE, RECENT center, point, puncture [G] CENTER, CENTRAL, CENTRIOLE, CENTRIFUGE, CONCENTRIC, ECCENTRIC, AMNIOCENTESIS, PARACENTESIS, THORACENTESIS

CAPITCAPRCAPSULCAPTCARBCARCINCARDCARINCARIOCARNCARPCARTILAGCASECATCAUDCAUSCAVCECCEDCELECELERCELLCENCENT-

CEPHALCERCERCCEREBRCERVICCHAOS CHARACCHI CHIMERA CHIRCHLORCHOANCHOLE-

head [G] CEPHALIC, CEPHALOPOD, HYDROCEPHALUS, PROSENCEPHALON, ENKEPHALIN, ANENCEPHALY, ENCEPHALITIS wax [G] CEREOUS, KEROSENE, ADIPOCERE tail [G] CERCOPITHECIDAE, CYSTICERCUS, HETEROCERCAL brain [L] CEREBRUM, CEREBRAL, CEREBRITIS, CEREBELLUM, CEREBROSPINAL neck [L] CERVIX, CERVICAL, CERVINE, SERVAL, BUCCOCERVICAL, ENDOCERVICITIS empty space [G] CHAOS, CHAOTIC, GAS pointed stake, engraving [G] CHARACTER, CHARACTERISTIC cross, the letter X [G] CHIASM, CHIASMATA, CHI SQUARED monster, goat [G] CHIMERA, CHIMERIC, CHIMERISM hand [G] CHIRAL, CHIROPTERA, CHIROPRACTOR, CHIROMANCY, CHIRURGEON, SURGEON, ENCHIRIDION yellow green [G] CHLOROPHYLL, CHLOROPLAST, CHLORINE, CHLORITE, CHLOROSIS, CHLOROMETHANE, CHLOASMA pour, funnel [g] CHOANAE, CHOANAL, CHOANOCYTE bile, gall, anger [G] CHOLER, CHOLERA, CHOLESTEROL, CHOLECYSTITIS, CHOLECYSTOKININ, CHOLANGITIS, CHOLANGIOGRAM, CHOLELITHIASIS, CHOLESTASIS, MELANCHOLY grain, grist, cartilage [G] CHONDRICHTHYES, CHONDROCRANIUM, CHONDROSARCOMA, HYPOCHONDRIAC, ENCHONDROMA, COSTOCHONDRAL, ACHONDROPLASIA, MITOCHONDRIA string, gut [G] CORD, CHORD, CHORDATE, CHORDOMA, NOTOCHORD, UROCHORDATE, HEMICHORDATE, HARPSICHORD dancing [G] CHOREA, CHOREOGRAPHY, CHORUS, CHORAL, TERPSICHORE, HORA fetal or other membrane [G] CHORION, CHORIONIC, CHORIOCARCINOMA, CHOROID, MONOCHORIONIC colored [G] CHROMATIC, CHROMIUM, CHROMATIN, CHROMOSOME, CHROMAFFIN, CHROMOPHOBE, MONOCHROME, PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA time [G] CHRONIC, CHRONOLOGICAL, CHRONICLE, SYNCHRONIZE, ANACHRONISM juice, pour [G] CHYME, CHYLE, CHEMISTRY, CHEMOTHERAPY, ALCHEMY, MESENCHYME, PARENCHYMA, ECCHYMOSIS kill [L] HOMICIDE, HOMICIDAL, PATRICIDE, SUICIDE, PESTICIDE, HERBICIDE eyelash, small hair [L] CILIUM, CILIA, CILIATED, CILIARY, CILIOPHORA, SUPERCILIARY, SUPERCILIOUS gird, bind [L] CINCH, CINCTURE, CINGULUM, ENCEINTE, PRECINCT, SHINGLES, SUCCINCT zero [A] CIPHER, DECIPHER, ZERO around, ring [L] CIRCUMFERENCE, CIRCULATION, CIRCLE, CIRCUIT, CIRCA, CIRCUMSCRIBE, CIRCUMCISE cut, split [L] SCISSORS, CHISEL, DECIDE, SUICIDE, BACTERICIDAL, INCISE, INCISION, EXCISE, INCISURA, ABSCISSA, ABSCISSION, CIRCUMCISION, PRECISE

CHONDRCHORDCHORECHORICHROMCHRONCHYMECIDCILICINCTCIPHER CIRCCIS-

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to set in motion, summon [L] CITE, CITATION, EXCITE, INCITE, RESUSCITATE, SOLICITOUS citizen, city [L] CITY, CITIZEN, CIVIC, CIVIL, CIVILITY, CIVILIZATION branch [G] CLADE, CLADOGRAM, CLADISTICS, CLADOPHYLL, HETEROCLADIC breaking [G] CLASTIC, OSTEOCLAST, ICONOCLAST little club, key [L] CLAVICLE, CLAVICULAR, SUBCLAVIAN key, clavicle [G] HYPOCLEIDIUM, STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID, CRANIOCLEIDODYSOSTOSIS lean, bed [G] CLINOMETER, CLINIC, CLINICAL MONOCLINOUS, CLIMAX, CLIMATE slope [L] CLIVUS, PROCLIVITY, POSTCLIVAL sewer [L] CLOACA muscle spasm [G] CLONUS, OPSOCLONUS, MYOCLONUS, MYOCLONIC closed, shut [L] CLAUSTROPHOBIA, CLAUDICATION, OCCLUDE, OCCLUSION, OCCLUSAL, MALOCCLUSION, INCLUDE, INCLUSIVE, EXCLUDE, EXCLUSION, CLOSE, ENCLOSED wash [G] CATACLYSM, ENTEROCLYSIS, HYPODERMOCLYSIS, VENOCLYSIS with, together [L] COHERENT, COINCIDENCE, CORRELATION, COWORKER, COEFFICIENT, COORDINATE curdle, clot [L] COAGULATION berry [G] COCCUS, COCCI, COCCOLITH, CRYPTOCOCCUS, DIPLOCOCCUS, PNEUMOCOCCAL, STREPTOCOCCAL, MENINGOCOCCEMIA cuckoo [G] COCCYX, COCCYGEAL snail shell, spiral [L] COCHLEA, COCHLEAR cook, ripen [L] COOK, CUISINE, APRICOT, BISCUIT, CONCOT, PRECOCIOUS, RICOTTA, TERRA COTTA hollow, abdominal cavity [G] COELOM, COELOMATE, COELENTERATE, BLASTOCOEL, CELIAC colon, bowels [G] COLON, COLIC, COLIFORM, COLECTOMY, COLOSTOMY, COLITIS neck, hill [L] COLLAR, COLLICULUS, ACCOLADE, TORTICOLLIS, DECOLLETAGE, DECOLLATION vagina [G] COLPOSCOPY, COLPOCELE, ENDOCOLPITIS column [L] COLUMN, COLUMNAR, COLONNADE, COLONEL, CULMINATE united, in common [L] COMMON, COMMUNE, COMMUNITY, COMMISSURE, COMMUNICATION, COMMUNISM cone [G] CONIC, CONE, CONIFER, CONODONT shell [G] CONCH, CONCHAE knuckle, knob [G] CONDYLE, CONDYLAR, CONDYLOMA dust [G] CONDIUM, CONIDIOPHORE, HEMOCONIA, PNEUMOCONIOSIS against, opposite [G] CONTRAST, CONTRALATERAL, COUNTERINTUITIVE, COUNTERCLOCKWISE, COUNTRY, ENCOUNTER abundant [L] COPIOUS, COPIER, COPY, CORNUCOPIA

COPRCORCORACCORDCORNCORONCORPCORTICCOSMCOSTCRANICREATCREPITCRESCCRETECRICRICOCRINECRUCCRURCRUSCRYCRYPTCUBCUBITCUL-

dung, feces [G] COPROLITE, COPROPHAGY, COPROLALIA, COPRODEUM pupil of the eye [G] COREDIASTASIS, CORELYSIS, POLYCORIA, ANISOCORIA crow, raven [G] CORACOID, CORACOHUMERAL heart [L] CORDATE, CORDIAL, COURAGE, ACCORD, CONCORD, DISCORD, RECORD, PRECORDIAL horn, keratin [L] CORN, CORNEA, CORNEUM, CORNER, CORNET, CORNUCOPIA, CAPRICORN, UNICORN, BICORNUATE, HORN crown [L] CORONA, CORONATION, CORONARY, CORONER, CORONET, COROLLA, COROLLARY body [L] CORPS, CORPSE, CORPUS, CORPULENT, CORPUSCLE, CORPORATION, CORPOREAL, INCORPORATE, CORSAGE, MIDRIFF bark, shell [L] CORTEX, CORTICAL, CORTISOL, CORK, SUBCORTICAL, NEOCORTEX, DECORTICATE ordered world, universe [G] COSMOS, COSMOLOGY, COSMOPOLITAN, MICROCOSM rib [L] COSTAL, COSTATE, COSTOPHRENIC, COAST, CUTLET, ACCOST, STERNOCOSTAL, INTERCOSTAL, ECOSTATE skull [G] CRANIUM, CRANIAL, CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS, CHONDROCRANIUM, HEMICRANIUM, PERICRANIUM, OLECRANON, MIGRAINE flesh, meat [G] CREATINE, CREATININE, CREOSOTE, CREODONT, PANCREAS, CRUDE, CRUEL creak, crackle [L] CREPITUS, CREPITATION, DECREPIT to grow, increase [L] CREATE, CREATURE, CRESCENT, CRESCENDO, ACCRETION, ACCRUE, CONCRETE, INCREASE, DECREASE, INCREMENT, DECREMENT, EXCRESCENCE, RECRUIT, PROCREATION, CEREAL separate, secrete [L] SECRET, SECRETE, SECRETIN, SECRETAGOGUE, DISCRETE, EXCRETE , EXCRETION, DISCERN, CERTAIN, CONCERN judgment, dilemma [G] CRISIS, CRITIC, CRITICAL, CRITERION, HYPOCRITE, DIACRITIC, HEMATOCRIT ring, circle [G] CRICOID, CRICOTHYROID secretion, separation [G] ENDOCRINE, EXOCRINE, APOCRINE, ECCRINE, HOLOCRINE cross, torture [L] CRUX, CRUCIAL, CRUCIATE, CRUCIFY, CRUCIFER, CRUCIFIXION, CRUCIFORM, EXCRUCIATING leg, shank [L] CRUS, CRURA, CRURAL, SUBCRURAL, crust, shell [L] CRUST, CRUSTACEAN, CRUSTOSE, ENCRUST, CROUTON ice, frost, crystal [G] CRYSTAL, CRYSTALLINE, CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, CRYOGENIC, CRYOPRECIPITATE, CRYOSURGERY, CRYOTHERAPY hidden, concealed [G] CRYPT, CRYPTIC, CRYPTOGENIC, CRYPTORCHISM, CRYPTOBIOSIS, CRYPTOGRAPHY, KRYPTON to lie, to lay [L] DECUBITUS, INCUBATE, INCUBATION, INCUBUS, SUCCUBUS, RECUMBENT, INCUMBENT, SUCCUMB, ACCUMBENS elbow [L] CUBIT, ANTECUBITAL little [L] MOLECULE, SACCULE, HOMONCULUS

CUMCUNECURATCURSCURVCUSPCUSSCUTCYANCYCLCYNCYONCYSTCYTD DACRYDACTYLDAREDEDECADECEMDELEDELTA DEMDENDRDENSDENTDERM-

pile up [L] CUMULATE, CUMULATIVE, CUMULUS, ACCUMULATE wedge, triangle [L] CUNEUS, CUNEIFORM, CUNEATE caregiver [L] CURE, CURATOR, ACCURATE, ACCURACY run [L] CURSOR, CURSORIAL, CURSIVE, CURSORY, CURRENT, CURRICULUM, COURIER, COURSE, CORRAL, CORRIDOR, CURRENCY, RECURRENT, EXCURRENT, OCCUR, CONCUR, CONCURRENT, CONCOURSE, INTERCOURSE, PRECURSOR curve, bend [L] CURVE, CURVATURE, CURVILINEAR, CURVACEOUS, CURB point of a lance [L] CUSP, BICUSPID, TRICUSPID strike, shake [L] PERCUSSION, PERCUSSIVE, CONCUSSION, REPERCUSSION, SUCCUSSION, DISCUSS, CASCARA, SQUASH skin [L] CUTANEOUS, CUTICLE, CUTIS, SUBCUTANEOUS blue, blue-green [G] CYANIDE, CYANOSIS, CYANOTIC, CYANOBACTERIA, CYANOPHYTE, CYANOPHYLL, CYANOTYPE, CYANOCOBALAMIN, HEMOCYANIN circle, wheel [G] CYCLE, CYCLIC, CYCLOID, CYCLOSIS, CYCLOOXYGENASE, CYCLONE, CYCLOTHYMIA, BICYCLE, EPICYCLE, ENCYCLICAL, CHAKRA dog [G] CYNIC, CYNOSURE, CYNOCEPHALOUS, CYNOPODOUS dog [G] CYNIC, CYNOSURE, PROCYON, QUINSY bladder, bag [G] CYST, CYSTIC, CYSTEINE, CYSTITIS, CYSTOSCOPY, NEMATOCYST, POLYCYSTIC hollow space, cell [G] CYTOLOGY, CYTOPLASM, LEUKOCYTE, POLYCYTHEMIA, OLIGODENDROCYTE, SYNCYTIUM tears [G] DACRYOCYSTITIS, DACRYORRHEA, DACRYOCYSTOTOMY finger, toe [G] DACTYL, SYNDACTYLY, POLYDACTYLY, PTERODACTYL, ARTIODACTYLA, ARACHNODACTYLY to give, to cast down [L] DARE, DATE, DATUM, DATA, DIE, DICE, ADDITION, EDITION, TRADITION, RENDER, SURRENDER from, down, out, about [L] DESCEND, DEFECT, DEFINE, DENOMINATOR, DECREASE, DEDUCE ten [G] DECADE, DECALOGUE, DECAGON, DECANE, DECAPOD, DECALIN, DECATHLON, DEAN ten [L] DECEMBER, DECIMETER, DECIMATE, DECIBEL, DECIMAL, DECUSSATION, DIME, DUODECIMAL, HEXADECIMAL destroy [L] DELETE, DELETERIOUS, DELETION the Greek letter D, triangle [G] DELTA, DELTOID people, public [G] DEME, DEMOTIC, DEMOGRAPHY, DEMAGOGUE, DEMOCRACY, EPIDEMIC, ENDEMIC, PANDEMIC tree, branch [G] DENDRITE, DENDROCHRONOLOGY, OLIGODENDROGLIOMA, PHILODENDRON, RHODODENDRON, DRUID, DRYAD, DRYOPITHECINE thick, crowded [L] DENSE, DENSITY, RADIODENSE tooth [L] DENS, DENTAL, DENTIN, DENTATE, DENTICLE, DENTIST, DENTITION, EDENTATE, EDENTULOUS, INDENT, INDENTURE, TRIDENT, DANDELION skin [G] DERMATOLOGY, DERMATOPHYTE, MESODERM, EPIDERMIS,

PODODERM, PACHYDERM DESDEUTERDEXTRODIDIADICTDIDYMDIGITDIPSDISCDISTDIVIDODECADOLDOLICHDOMDONDORMDORSDOTDOXDROMDUCTDUOband, bond, ligament [G] DESMOSOME, SYNDESMOSIS, PLASMODESMATA, ARTHRODESIS, PLEURODESIS next, second [G] DEUTEROSTOME, DEUTERIUM, DEUTERONOMY right-hand side [L] DEXTERITY, DEXTROSE, DEXTROROTATORY double, two [G] DIGON, DICHOTOMY, DICHASIUM, DIPLOCOCCUS, DIPLOID, DIPLOMA, DIPLOMAT, DYAD daily, way of life [L] DIAL, DIARY, DIET, DIURNAL, CIRCADIAN, ADJOURN, JOURNAL, JOURNEY, MERIDIAN, POSTMERIDIAN, QUOTIDIAN say, pronounce, tell [L] DICTUM, DICTATION, DICTATOR, DICTIONARY, DITTO, DITTY, EDICT, BENEDICTION, VALEDICTORIAN, PREDICT, CONTRADICT, ADDICTION, JURISDICTION, INDICT, VERDICT double, testes [G] DIDYMIUM, DIDYMOUS, DIDYMITIS, EPIDIDYMIS, PERIDIDYMIS, TETRADYMITE finger or toe [L] DIGIT, DIGITAL, INDICATE, INDEX thirsty, dry [G] POLYDIPSIA round plate [G] DISCUS, DISC, DISK, DISCOTHEQUE, DISCO, DISH distant, apart [L] DISTANCE, DISTAL separate, divide in two [L] DIVIDE, DIVISUM, DIVISION, DIVIDEND, DIVISIBLE twelve [G] DODECAHEDRON painful [L] DOLOROUS, DOLEFUL, CONDOLENCE, INDOLENT long [G] DOLICHOCEPHALIC, DOLICHORRHINE house, home [L] DOME, DOMESTIC, DOMAIN, DOMINION, DOMINATE, DOMINO, DUNGEON, MADAME, MADONNA gift, give [L] DONATE, DONOR, CONDONE, PARDON, ENDOW, DOWRY to sleep [L] DORMITORY, DORMITIVE the back [L] DORSAL, TORSO, DO-SI-DO give [G] DOSE, DOTE, ANECDOTE, ANTIDOTE, APODOSIS opinion, teaching [G] DOCENT, DOCILE, DOCTOR, DOCTRINE, DOCUMENT, DOGMA, DOXOLOGY, ORTHODOX, PARADOX, HETERODOX running, course [G] SYNDROME, PRODROME, HIPPODROME, PALINDROME, LOXODROME, ANADROMOUS, DROMEDARY lead toward, lead away [L] DUCT, DUCTILE, DUKE, DUCHESS, ABDUCT, ABDUCENS, ADDUCTOR, OVIDUCT, DEDUCE, INTRODUCE, TRANSDUCER, INDUCE, SEDUCE, PRODUCE, PRODUCT, REDUCTION two, double [L] DUAL, DUALITY, DUET, DUPLEX, DUPLICATE, DEUCE, DUODECIMAL, DOUBLE hard [L] DURA, DURUM, DURABLE, DURATION, DURING, DURESS, DOUR, ENDURE, EPIDURAL, SUBDURAL, INDURATION, OBDURATE ability, power, energy [G] DYNAMIC, DYNAMO, DYNAMITE, DYNASTY, AERODYNE, ADYNAMIC, HEMODYNAMICS, HYPERDYNAMIC, HYDRODYNAMICS, THERMODYNAMICS

DUODECEM- twelve, dozen [L] DUODENUM, DUODECIMAL, DOZEN DURDYNAM-

DYSE EECHINECOECTASIS ECTOEDEEIDOELASTICELECTREMBOLEMESIS EMULSENENDO-ENE E ENNEAENTEREOEPI-

bad, disordered, abnormal [G] DYSFUNCTION, DYSENTERY, DYSPHAGIA, DYSTROPHY, DYSPLASIA out, from [L] EFFERENT, EGRESS, ECCENTRIC, EGESTION, ELIMINATE, EDENTULOUS spiny, hedgehog, sea urchin [G] ECHINODERM, ECHINOCOCCUS, ECHINOCYTE, ECHIDNA house, abode [G] ECOLOGY, ECONOMICS, DIOECIOUS dilation, extension [G] ECTASIA, ECTATIC, BRONCHIECTASIS outside, outer [G] ECTODERM, ECTOPIC, APPENDECTOMY, MASTECTOMY swelling [G] EDEMA, EDEMATOUS, LYMPHEDEMA shape, form [G] EIDETIC, KALEIDOSCOPE, IDOL, IDYLL, OVOID, SPHEROID, AMYLOID, LYMPHOID impulsive, driven [G] ELASTIC, ELASTICITY, ELASTIN, ELASTASE amber, sparks [G] ELECTRICITY, ELECTRON, PIEZOELECTRIC wedge, inserted [G] EMBOLUS, EMBOLIC, EMBOLISM vomit [G] EMESIS, EMETIC, HEMATEMESIS, HYPEREMESIS exhaust, milk out [L] EMULSION, EMULSIFICATION in [G] ENKEPHALIN, ENEMA, ENTOMOLOGY, PARENCHYMA, PARENTHESIS within, inner [G] ENDOSKELETON, ENDOCRINE, ENDOSCOPY, ENDOGENOUS, ENDORPHIN

nine [G] ENNEAGON, ENNEAGRAM, ENNEAD, ENNEANDROUS, AENEID intestine, entrails [G] ENTERON, ENTEROGASTRIC, ENTEROLYSIS, ARCHENTERON, DYSENTERY, MESENTERY, EXENTERATE, MYENTERIC, GASTROENTERITIS, COELENTERATE, PARENTERAL dawn, early age, rosy [G] EOSIN, EOSINOPHIL, EOCENE, EOHIPPUS upon, above, aside [G] EPICYCLE, EPICENTER, EPICONDYLE, EPINEPHRINE, EPIDEMIC, EPILEPSY, EPIDIDYMIS, EPIDURAL, EPIGENESIS, EPIGLOTTIS, EPIMYSIUM, EPIPHYTE, EPISODE, EPISTAXIS, EPITAPH, EPITHELIA, EPITOME, EPONYM, EPOXY, EPOXIDE horse [L] EQUUS, EQUINE, EQUESTRIAN, EQUITANT, EQUISETUM, EQUILINE, EQUIDAE equal [L] EQUILATERAL, EQUAL, EQUIVALENT, EQUATOR, EQUATION, EQUILIBRIUM, EQUINOX, INEQUALITY work [G] ERGONOMIC, ENERGY, ARGON, ALLERGY, ADRENERGIC, CHOLINERGIC, DRAMATURGE, EXERGONIC, METALLURGY, SURGERY, SURGEON, SYNERGY love [G] EROS, EROTIC, EROGENOUS, EROTOMANIA, AUTOEROTIC wander, wandering [G] ERR, ERRATIC, ERRATUM, ERRONEUOUS, ERROR, ERRAND, ERRANT, ABERRATION

EQUEQUIERGEROERR-

ERYTHRESENESIS ESTHEESTRETHER ETHMETHNETHOETIOETYMOEUEUROEXEXOEXPIREXTRAF FAFACI-

red [G] ERYTHROCYTE, ERYTHEMA, ERYTHEMATOUS, THREONINE, HEMOERYTHRIN to be [L] ENTITY, ESSENCE, ESSENTIAL, ABSENT, PRESENCE, QUINTESSENTIAL to send, throw [G] ENEMA, PARESIS, HEMIPARESIS, SYNESIS, DIESIS, CATHETER to feel, perceive [G] ESTHETIC, ANESTHESIA, KINESTHETIC frenzy [G] ESTRUS, ESTRONE, ESTROGEN upper air [G] ETHER, ETHANE, ETHYL, ETHANOIC, ETHANOL sieve [G] ETHMOID nation [G] ETHNIC, ETHNOBOTANY custom, moral [G] ETHOS, ETHICAL cause [G] ETIOLOGY truth [G] ETYMOLOGY good, true [G] EUKARYOTE, EUPHONIOUS, EUGENICS, EULOGY. EUTHANASIA, EUGLENA, EUPHEMISM eastern [G] EUROPE, EUROPIUM, URAL out, off, from [L] EXIT, EXILE, EXTERNAL, EXTRINSIC, EXCRETION, EXCREMENT out, outside [G] EXOSKELETON, EXOGENOUS, EXODUS, EXOCRINE, EXOTIC breathe out [L] EXPIRE, EXPIRATION outside, beyond, beside [L] EXTRACELLULAR, EXTRAVASATION, EXTRANEOUS, EXTRAPOLATE, EXTREME speak [L] FABLE, FATE, AFFABLE, INEFFABLE, INFANT, INFANTICIDE, CONFABULATE, PREFACE face, shape, form [L] FACE, FACIES, FACIAL, FACET, MULTIFACETED to make or do [L] FACT, FACTOR, FACTORIAL, FACTITIOUS, FACTORY, FACULTY, FACULTATIVE, FACILE, FEASIBLE, DIFFICULTY, FACSIMILE, FACTOTUM, INFECTION, AFFECT, EFFECT, ARTIFACT, ARTIFICIAL, ABORTIFACIENT, MALEFACTOR, MANUFACTURE, DEFECTIVE, DEFICIENT, SUFFICIENT, CONFECTION sickle, crescent [L] FALX, FALCIFORM, FALCATE bundle, band [L] FASCIA, FASCICLE, FASCIOLA, FASCIITIS, FASCISM fever, boil [L] FEBRILE, ANTIFEBRIN dregs, feces [L] FECES, FECAL, FECULENT, FECALITH cat [L] FELIS, FELINE, FELIDAE woman [L] FEMALE, FEMININE, FEMINIZATION, EFFEMINATE thigh [L] FEMORAL, FEMUR window [L] FENESTRATE, FENESTRATION, FENESTRULE, DEFENESTRATE carry, bring, bear [L] FERRET, SUFFER, OFFER, CIRCUMFERENCE, DIFFERENCE, REFERENCE, INFER, TRANSFER, PROLIFERATE, AFFERENT, EFFERENT, DIFFERENTIAL, LACTIFEROUS, SEMINIFEROUS, VOCIFEROUS yeast, leavening, brew [L] FERMENT, FERMENTED, FERMENTATION, FERVENT,

FACT-

FALCFASCIFEBRFECFELFEMFEMORFENESTRFERFERMENT-

FERVOR, EFFERVESCE, DEFERVESCENCE FERRFESTFETFIBRFIBULFIGURFILFIMBRIFINIFISSFISTULFLAGELLFLATFLAVFLEXFLORFLUFOCFOLIFOLLIFORAMFORMFORMICFORNFORTFOSSFOVEA iron [L] FERRIC, FERROUS, FERROMAGNETIC, TRANSFERRIN hostile [L] INFEST, INFESTATION, MANIFEST young in the womb [L] FETUS, FETAL, FETATION, EFFETE, MULTIFETATION, FAWN fiber [L] FIBER, FIBRIL, FIBRIN, FIBRINOGEN, MICROFIBRIL, NEUROFIBROMATOSIS clasp, fasten, fix [L] FIBULA, FIBULAR, FIX, PREFIX, SUFFIX, TRANSFIX, MICROFICHE shape, form, figure [L] FIGURE, FIGURATE, DISFIGURE, CONFIGURATION, PREFIGURE, TRANSFIGURE, FEIGN, FICTION, FIGMENT, EFFIGY thread [L] FILE, FILAMENT, FILARIA, FILIFORM, FILUM, FILOPODIA, FILLET, PROFILE fringe, fibers [L] FIMBRIAE, FIMBRIATED end, boundary [L] FINISH, FINAL, FINITE, INFINITY, INFINITESIMAL, DEFINE, DEFINITE, DEFINITION cleft, fissure [L] FISSILE, FISSION, FISSURE, FISSURAL, FISSIPEDIA, BIFID, PENTAFID pipe, tube [L] FISTULA whip [L] FLAGELLUM, FLAGELLA, FLAGELLATE wind, blow [L] FLATUS, FLATULENCE, INFLATION, INSUFFLATION, DEFLATE, SOUFFLE, FLAVOR, BLAST, BLADDER, BLATHER yellow [L] FLAVIN, FLAVONE, FLAVOPROTEIN, RIBOFLAVIN, BLEACH, BLONDE, BLUE bend [L] FLEXURE, FLEXION, FLEXIBLE, CIRCUMFLEX, REFLEX, REFLECTION, INFLECTION, GENUFLECT flower [L] FLORA, FLORAL, FLORIST, FLORID, FLORIDA, INFLORESCENCE, FLOWER, CAULIFLOWER flow [L] FLUX, FLOW, FLUID, FLUXION, FLUORINE, FLUOROSCOPY, FLUCTUATE, REFLUX, CONFLUENCE, EFFLUENT, AFFLUENT, SUPERFLUOUS, MELLIFLUOUS, INFLUENZA point, focus, hearth [L] FOCAL, FOCUS, FOCI, CONFOCAL thrive, bloom, leaf [L] FOLIUM, FOLIAGE, FOLIO, FOLIC, FOLATE, PORTFOLIO, DEFOLIATE, EXFOLIATE, TREFOIL bag, bellows [L] FOLLICLE, FOLLICULAR, FOLLLICULITIS, FOOL opening [L] FORAMEN, FORAMINA, FORAMINAL, FORAMINIFERA shape [L] FORM, FORMAL, FORMULA, CRUCIFORM, DEFORMITY, UNIFORM, TRANSFORM ant [L] FORMIC, FORMICIDE, FORMICA, FORMALDEHYDE arch, brothel [L] FORNAX, FORNIX, FORNICES, FORNICATE, FURNACE strong [L] FORCE, FORT, FORTE, FORTISSIMO, FORTIFY, FORTITUDE, FORTRESS, COMFORT, EFFORT, ENFORCE ditch, trench [L] FOSSA, FOSSIL, FOSSORIAL pit [L] FOVEAL, FOVEA

FRACTFRATERFRENFREQUENFRONTFRUCTFUGFUNCTFUNDFUNGFURCFUSG GALACTGAMGAMMA GANGLIGASTRGELGENGENIGENUGEOGERGERMGESTGIGAGINGIVGLANS

broken [L] FRACTION, FRACTURE, FRACTIOUS, FRAGILE, FRAGMENT, FRAIL, FRANGIBLE, FRACTAL, INFRINGE, DEFRAY, DIFFRACTION, REFRACTION, REFRACTORY, SAXIFRAGE, SEPTIFRAGAL, SUFFRAGE brother [L] FRATERNAL, FRIAR, FRATERNITY, FRATRICIDE rein, bridle, grind [L] FRENUM, FRENATE, FRENULUM, REFRAIN repeated, frequent [L] FREQUENT, FREQUENCY forehead, brow [L] FRONT, FRONTAL, FRONTIER, CONFRONT fruit [L] FRUCTOSE, FRUGIVORE, FRUCTESCENCE, FRUIT flee, dispel [L] FUGUE, FUGITIVE, REFUGEE, CENTRIFUGE, CENTIFUGAL, NUCLEOFUGAL, LUCIFUGUS performed [L] FUNCTION, FUNCTIONAL, DEFUNCT, PERFUNCTORY bottom, bowl [L] FUNDUS, FUNDIC, FOUNDATION, FOUNDRY, REFUND, INFUNDIBULUM mushroom [L] FUNGUS, FUNGI, FUNGIFORM, FUNGIVORE, ANTIFUNGAL fork [L] FURCULA, BIFURCATE, TRIFURCATION spindle, pour out [L] FUSE, FUSILE, FUSION, FUSIFORM, DIFFUSION, INFUSE, INFUSORIA, TRANSFUSION, PERFUSION, CONFUSION, FUTILE milk [G] GALACTOSE, GALACTORRHEA, GALAXY, INTERGALACTIC marriage, union [G] GAMETE, GAMETOGENESIS, BIGAMY, MONOGAMY, POLYGAMOUS, AUTOGAMY third Greek letter [G] GAMMA GLOBULIN, GAMMA RAY knot on a string, swelling [G] GANGLION, GANGLIA, GANGLIOGLIOMA, PARAGANGLIOMA, PREGANGLIONIC stomach, belly of a muscle [G] GASTRIC, GASTRIN, GASTROCNEMIUS, GASTROPOD, GASTRONOMIC, GASTROPARESIS freeze, gel [L] GELATIN, GELATION, CONGEAL, JELLY, GLACIAL, GLACIER birth, origin, race [L] GENUS, GENRE, GENERA, GENERATE, GENERALIZATION, GENETICS, GENITAL, GENDER, GENOCIDE, GENOME, TRANSGENIC, PEPSINOGEN, PROGENY, DEGENERATE, INDIGENOUS, CONGENITAL, BENIGN, MALIGNANT, PREGNANT jawbone, chin [G] GENIAL, GENIOGLOSSUS knee [L] GENUFLECT, GENICULATE earth [G] GEOMETRY, GEOGRAPHY, GEOLOGY, GEOPHAGY, GEODE, GEODESIC, GEOTAXIS old age, elderly [G] GERONTOLOGY, GERIATRICS, AGERATUM, GERITOL sprout, bud, germ [L] GERM, GERMINATE, GERMICIDE, GERMINAL, GERMANE, DYSGERMINOMA pile, carried [L] GESTURE, GESTICULATE, GESTATION, PROGESTERONE, INGEST, DIGEST, CONGESTION, SUGGEST, EXAGGERATE giant, very large, billion [G] GIGABYTE, GIGANTIC gums [L] GINGIVITIS, GINGIVAL acorn, gland [L] GLANS, GLAND, GLANDULAR

GLENOGLIGLOBGLOMGLOSSGLUTEGLUTIGLUTINGLYCGLYPHGNATHGNOGONGONOGRACILGRAD-

ball and socket [G] GLENOID, GLENOHUMERAL, EUGLENA glue [G] GLIA, GLIAL, GLIOMA, NEUROGLIA, OLIGODENDROGLIA, MESOGLEA ball, globe [L] GLOBUS, GLOBE, GLOBAL, GLOBULAR, HEMOGLOBIN ball of yarn [L] GLOMUS, GLOMERULUS, AGGLOMERATE tongue, language [G] GLOSSARY, GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL, GENIOGLOSSUS, POLYGLOT, GLOTTIS, EPIGLOTTIS, HYPOGLOSSAL, STYLOGLOSSAL butt, rump [G] GLUTEAL, GLUTEUS swallow [L] GLUTTON, DEGLUTITION glue [L] GLUTEN, GLUTINOUS, GLUTAMINE, GLUTAMATE, AGGLUTININ, HEMAGGLUTININ sweet [G] GLYCOGEN, GLYCOLYSIS, GLYCEROL, GLYCINE, GLYCOSURIA, GLYCOSIDIC, GLYCOSYLATION, GLYCOLIPID, GLUCOSE, TRIGLYCERIDE, HYPOGLYCEMIC, HYPERGLYCEMIA, PROTEOGLYCAN carving [G] GLYPH, GLYPTIC, PETROGLYPH, HIEROGLYPHIC jaw [G] GNATHOSTOME, GNATHOPOD, AGNATHOUS, PROGNATHISM, OPISTHOGNATHISM, CHAETOGNATH to know, carpenter's square [G] GNOSIS, GNOMON, AGNOSIA, DIAGNOSIS, PROGNOSIS, STEREOGNOSIS, AGNOSTIC, PATHOGNOMONIC, PHYSIOGNOMY, RECOGNIZE, COGNIZANT, COGNITION angle, knee [G] GONIOMETER, GONION, GONARTHRITIS, GONALGIA, POLYGON, TRIGONAL, DIAGONAL, TRIGONOMETRY, ORTHOGONAL, AMBLYGONITE reproductive organ, seed, offspring [G] GONAD, GONORRHEA, ARCHEGONIUM, EPIGONE, SCHIZOGONY slender [L] GRACILIS, GRACILE step, slope [L] GRADE, GRADIENT, GRADUATION, GRESSORIAL, DEGREE, CENTIGRADE, PLANTIGRADE, DIGITIGRADE, RETROGRADE, PROGRESS, REGRESSION, AGGRESSIVE, CONGRESS, DIGRESSION letter, writing [G] GRAM, GRAMMAR, DIAGRAM, HISTOGRAM, ELECTROCARDIOGRAM, PARALLELOGRAM, PROGRAM, MONOGRAM, TETRAGRAMMATON grain, grass [L] GRANUM, GRAIN, GRANARY, GRANULAR, GRANULATION, GRANULOMA, GRANITE, GRENADE, POMEGRANATE, KERNEL, CORN, GRANOLA writing, picture [G] GRAPHIC, GRAPHITE, GRAFFITI, AGRAPHIA, DYSGRAPHIA, BIOGRAPHY, RADIOGRAPH, PARAGRAPH, GEOGRAPHY, TOPOGRAPHICAL heavy [L] GRAVE, GRAVID, GRAVITY, GRAVIMETRIC, AGGRAVATE, GRIEF, GRIEVE, PRIMIGRAVIDA, MULTIGRAVIDA herd, flock [L] GREGARIOUS, AGGREGATE, CONGREGATE, EGREGIOUS, SEGREGATE thick, fat [L] GROSS whirlpool [L] REGURGITATE, GURGLE taste [L] GUSTO, GUSTATION, GUSTATORY, DISGUSTING, RAGOUT drop, throat [L] GUTTURAL, GUTTATE, GUTTATION, GUTTER naked, bare [G] GYMNASIUM, GYMNAST, GYMNOSPERM

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woman, wife, queen [G] GYNECOLOGY, GYNECOCRACY, GYNECOMASTIA, GYNANDROUS, GYNOECIUM, MISOGYNY, ANDROGYNY round, turning [L] GYRATE, GYROSCOPE, GYRUS, GYRI, GYRAL home, dwelling, flesh [L] HABITUS, HABIT, HABITUATE, INHABITED, INHIBIT, PROHIBIT sea, salt [G] HALOGEN, HALITE, HALOPHYTE, HALOPHILE breathe [L] HALITOSIS, EXHALE, INHALE, INHALANT, INHALATION big toe, wandering [L] HALLUX, HALLUCIS, HALLUCINATION all together at the same time [G] HAMARTOMA hook [L] HAMATE simple, single [G] HAPLOID, HAPLOTYPE, HAPLONT, HAPLOPIA, HAPLODONT harmony, agreement in music [G] HARMONY, HARMONIC, HARMONIOUS, HARMONICA, ENHARMONIC hundred [G] HECATOMB, HECTOMETER, HECTARE pleasure, delight [G] HEDONIST, ANHEDONIA seat, base [G] POLYHEDRON, TETRAHEDRAL, CATHEDRAL, EPHEDRINE sun [G] HELIUM, HELIOTROPE, HELIOTROPISM, HELIOCENTRIC, APHELION, PERIHELION spiral, coil [G] HELIX, HELICAL, HELICOBACTER, HELICOPTER worm [G] HELMINTHIC, HELMINTHOLOGY, PLATYHELMINTHES, ANTIHELMINTIC blood [G] HEMOGLOBIN, HEMOPHILIA, HEMATOLOGY, HEMATOCRIT, POLYCYTHEMIA, ANEMIA, LEUKEMIA, AZOTEMIA one-half [G] HEMIANOPSIA, HEMISPHERE, HEMIPLEGIA, HEMIBALLISMUS, HEMINEPHRECTOMY liver [G] HEPATITIS, HEPATIC, HEPATOMA, HEPARIN seven [G] HEPTAGON, HEPTANE, HEPTADECAGON, HEPTAD, HEBDOMAD grass [L] HERBIVORE, HERBACEOUS rupture, gut [L] HERNIA, HERNIATE, HERNIATION creeping [G] HERPES, HERPETIC, HERPETOLOGY stick, adhere [L] HESITATE, INHERENT, ADHESIVE, ADHERENT, ADHESION, COHESION one of two, different [G] HETERODOX, HETEROCHROMIC, HETERODONT, HETEROGAMY, HETEROSEXUAL, HETEROGENEOUS invention, discovery [G] HEURISTIC, EUREKA six [G] HEXAGON, HEXAGRAM, HEXANE, HEXOSE, HEXAHEDRON, HEXADECIMAL, HEXAMETER, CYCLOHEXANE opening, gap [L] HIATUS, HIATAL, DEHISCENCE, INDEHISCENT winter [L] HIBERNATE, HIBERNACULUM sweat [G] HIDRADENITIS, ANHIDROSIS, HYPERHIDROSIS little thing [L] HILUM, HILAR, NIHILISM, ANNIHILATE

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horse [G] HIPPODROME, HIPPOPOTAMUS, HIPPOCAMPUS, HIPPOPEDE, HIPPURATE, EOHIPPUS web, loom, tissue [G] HISTOLOGY, HISTAMINE, HISTIDINE, HISTONE, HISTOCHEMISTRY, HISTOPATHOLOGY, HISTOPLASMOSIS, HISTIOCYTE, HISTOGRAM human [L] HOMO, HOMICIDE, HOMAGE, HOMINID, HOMUNCULUS, HOMBRE, BONHOMIE, HUMAN, HUMANE, HUMANITIES same, alike [G] HOMOLOGOUS, HOMOSEXUAL, HOMOPHONE, HOMEOSTASIS, HOMOGENEOUS, ANOMALOUS excite, arise [G] HORMONE, HORMONAL, PHEROMONE boundary, limit, season [G] HOUR, HOROSCOPE, HORIZONTAL, HOROLOGY guest [L] HOSPITAL, HOSPITALITY, HOSPICE, HOST, HOSTAGE, HOSTEL moisture, earth, bury [L] HUMOR, HUMORAL, HUMIDITY, HUMILITY, HUMBLE, EXHUME glassy, transparent [G] HYALINE, HYALOID water [G] HYDRA, HYDROGEN, HYDRANT, HYDRAULIC, HYDROXIDE, HYDROPHOBIC, HYDROPHILIC, HYDRODYNAMICS, ANHYDROUS, CARBOHYDRATE, DEHYDRATION, CLEPSYDRA, HYDATID, UTRICLE, DROPSY health [G] HYGIENE, HYGIENIC moisture [G] HYGROMETER, HYGROMA, HYGROSCOPIC membrane [G] HYMEN, TETRAHYMENA over, above [G] HYPERACTIVE, HYPERBOLIC, HYPERBOLA, HYPERCUBE, HYPERSPACE, HYPERTONIC, HYPERTENSION, HYPERTROPHIC sleep [G] HYPNOSIS, HYPNOTIC, HYPNAGOGIC under, beneath [G] HYPODERMIC, HYPOCHONDRIAC, HYPOGLOSSAL, HYPOTENUSE, HYPOTHESIS, HYPSOMETRY uterus, womb [G] HYSTERECTOMY, HYSTERIA, HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAM, SONOHYSTEROGRAM physician, medical treatment [G] IATROGENIC, PSYCHIATRY, PEDIATRICS, GERIATRICS fish [G] ICHTHYOLOGY, ICHTHYOSIS, ICHTHYOSAUR, OSTEICHYTHES, CHONDRICHTHYES twenty [G] ICOSAGON, ICOSAHEDRON, EICOSANE, EICOSANOID jaundice [G] ICTERUS, ICTERIC, KERNICTERUS form, idea [G] IDEA, IDEOLOGY peculiar, one's own, distinct [G] ID, IDEM, IDENTITY, IDIOPATHIC, IDIOT, IDIOM, IDIOTYPE intestine, ileum [L] ILEUM, ILEOCOLIC, ILEITIS, ILEUS flank, loin [L] ILIOPSOAS, ILIOCAUDAL, SACROILIAC not, without [L] INDIRECT, IMBALANCE, ILLEGAL, IMMUTABLE, IMPRACTICAL, IRREGULAR anvil [L] INCUS

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pointer, index finger [L] INDEX, INDICATE, INDICES

stuffed, blocked [L] INFARCT, INFARCTION below, underneath [L] INFERIOR, INFEROLATERAL, INFERNAL, INFERNO, INFRARED, INFRASONIC groin [L] INGUINAL sinew [G] INOSITOL, INOTROPIC, INION, EXINE island [L] INSULA, INSULIN, INSULINOMA, INSULATION, PENINSULA within, into [L] INTESTINE, INTUSSUSCEPTION, INHALE, INFLUX, ILLUMINATE, IMMERSE, IMPACT, IRRADIATE whole, intact, untouched [L] INTEGER, INTEGRATE, INTEGRAL, INTEGRITY, ENTIRE between [L] INTERNAL, INTERVAL, INTERIOR, INTERMEDIATE, INTERNATIONAL, INTERCELLULAR, INTERQUARTILE, INTERPOLATE, INTERSECTION innermost [L] INTIMAL, INTIMATE within, inside [L] INTRACELLULAR, INTRAOPERATIVE, INTRINSIC, INTROSPECTION, INTRODUCE violet [G] IODINE, IODOPSIN, IODOPHORE, RADIOIODINE, TRIIODOTHYRONINE to go [G] ION, IONIC, IONIZING, ANION, CATION, CARBON, NEON, SODIUM, DYSPROSIUM same [L] IPSILATERAL rainbow, iris of eye [G] IRIS, IRITIS, IRIDIUM, IRIDESCENT, IRIDOKINESIA hip [G] ISCHIUM, ISCHIAL, SAURISCHIA, ORNITHISCHIA same, equal [G] ISOSCELES, ISOMER, ISOTOPE, ISOGAMY, ISOBAR, ISOMETRIC, ISOMORPHISM narrow passage [G] ISTHMUS, ISTHMIC journey, passage [L] ITERATE, ITERATIVE, ITERATION, REITERATE, EXIT, OBITUARY, CIRCUIT, INTROIT, COITUS, TRANSIT inflammation [G] APPENDICITIS, ARTHRITIS, ARTHRITIDES, COLITIS, DERMATITIS, GASTROENTERITIS, PROSTATITIS, TONSILLITIS, TYPHLITIS throw [L] JACULATORY, EJACULATE, ADJECTIVE, PROJECT, PROJECTION, PROJECTILE, REJECT, CONJECTURE, INJECT, SUBJECT, EJECT, TRAJECTORY hunger, dry [L] JEJUNUM, JEJUNAL, JEJUNE join, yoke together at the throat [L] JUGULAR, JUGUM, CONJUGATE, SUBJUGATE joined [L] JOINT, DISJOINT, JUNCTURE, CONJUNCTION law, justice [L] JURY, JURIST, JURISPRUDENCE, JUSTICE, CONJURE, INJURY, JURISDICTION, PERJURY youth, young [L] JUNIOR, JUVENILE, REJUVENATE near to [L] JUXTAGLOMERULAR, JUXTAPOSE, JUXTAPOSITION, ADJUST, JOUST

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LENTLEPLEPIDLEPTLEUKLEVLEVOLEXLIBIDLIGLIGNLIMLINELINGULIPLIPSLIQULITERALITHLOBLOC-

lentil [L] LENS, LENTICIL, LENTICULATE, LENTICULAR, LENTIL to seize [G] EPILEPSY, ANALEPTIC, NARCOLEPSY scale [G] LEPIDOPTERA, LEPIDOSAUR thin, light, delicate [G] LEPTIN, LEPTON, LEPTOMENINGES clear, white [G] LEUKOCYTE, LEUKOPLAKIA, LEUKEMIA, LEUCINE, ISOLEUCINE raise, lift up [L] LEAVEN, LEVITY, LEVER, LEVATOR, LEVITATION, ALLEVIATE, ELEVATE, RELIEVE left-hand side [L] LEVOROTATORY to read, words [G] LEXICON, LEXICOLOGY, DYSLEXIA desire, will [L] AD LIB, LIBIDO bind, tie [L] LIGATE, LIGATURE, LIGAMENT, LIEN, LIABLE, LIGASE, OBLIGATION, RELIGION, RELY wood, gathered [L] LIGNIN, LIGNEOUS, LIGNITE, LIGNIVOROUS edge, threshold [L] LIMIT, LIMINAL, LIMB, LIMBIC, LIMBUS, SUBLIMINAL, SUPRALIMINAL, ELIMINATE flax, thread, line [L] LINE, LINEA, LINEAR, LINEAGE, LINEN, LINOLEIC, LINOLEUM, DELINEATE, LINSEED, LINT, CRINOLINE tongue [L] LINGUAL, LINGULAR, LINGUIST, LINGUISTICS, LINGUOVERSION, LINGO, LANGUAGE, BILINGUAL, FISSILINGUAL fat [G] LIPID, LIPASE, LIPOSUCTION, LIPOCYTE, LIPODYSTROPHY, ALIPHATIC, SYNALEPHA lack, fall short [G] ELLIPSE, ELLIPTICAL, ELLIPSIS, ECLIPSE liquid [L] LIQUID, LIQUOR, LIQUEFACTION, COLLIQUATION letter [L] LITERAL, LITERATURE stone [G] LITHOTOMY, LITHOTRIPSY, LITHOGRAPH, LITHIUM, OTOLITH, MONOLITHIC, NEOLITHIC, MEGALITH, NEPHROLITHIASIS, CHOLELITHIASIS lobe [G] LOBE, LOBAR, LOBULAR, LOBULE place [L] LOCUS, LOCI, LOCATE, LOCAL, LOCULATED, LOCOMOTION, TRANSLOCATION discourse, study, word [G] LOGOS, LOGIC, LOGISTICS, LOGORRHEA, LOGARITHM, LEXICON, LEXICOGRAPHY, DIALOGUE, HOMOLOGOUS, ANALOGOUS, APOLOGY, BIOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, CARDIOLOGY, NEOLOGISM, SYLLOGISM, CATALOG, ANTILOG, SEMILOG long [L] LONG, LONGITUDE, LONGEVITY, ELONGATE, OBLONG, PROLONG, LENGTH to speak [L] LOQUACIOUS, LOCUTION, SOLILOQUY, COLLOQUIUM, GRANDILOQUENCE, INTERLOCUTOR, PECTORILOQUY, VENTRILOQUIST, ELOCUTION light, clear [L] LUX, LUCID, LUCIFER, LUCIFERIN, LUCIFERASE, ELUCIDATE, NOCTILUCENT, RADIOLUCENT, SONOLUCENT, TRANSLUCENT, PELLUCIDUM, LUSTER, ILLUSTRIOUS, ILLUSTRATE play [L] LUDICROUS, LUDIC, ALLUDE, COLLUDE, DELUDE, ELUDE, ILLUSION, INTERLUDE, PRELUDE, QUAALUDE light [L] LUMEN, LUMINA, LUMINOUS, LUMINOSITY, ILLUMINATE,

LOG-

LONGLOQU-

LUCLUDLUM-

TRANSILLUMINATION, ALUMINUM LUMBLUNLUPOLUTELYCOLYMPHLYSM MACROMACULMAGNlarge, long [G] MACRO, MACRON, MACROEVOLUTION, MACROECONOMICS, MACROGLOSSIA, MACROCYTOSIS, MECOPTERAN, PARAMECIUM spot, patch [L] MACULE, MACULA, MACULAR, MACULOPAPULAR, IMMACULATE great, large [L] MAGNUS, MAGNUS, MAGNATE, MAGNIFY, MAGNITUDE, MAGNIFICENT, ALMAGEST, MAGISTRATE, MAJOR, MAJORITY, MASTER, MISTER, MAXIMUM, MAX evil, bad [L] MALARIA, MALICIOUS, MALIGN, MALIGNANT, MALEVOLENT, MALINGER, MALFEASANCE, MALADJUSTED, MALEDICTION, MALOCCLUSION, MALPRACTICE cheek, jaw [L] MALAR soft [G] MALACOLOGY, CHONDROMALACIA, OSTEOMALACIA hammer [L] MALLEUS, MALLEABLE, MALLEOLUS, MALLEOLAR, MALLET, MAUL, PALL MALL malt, sprouted grain [G] MALTOSE breast [L] MAMMAL, MAMMARY, MAMMILLARY, MAMMOGRAM, MAMA jaw [L] MANDIBLE, MANDIBULAR rage, madness [G] MANIA, MANIC, EGOMANIAC, KLEPTOMANIA, MONOMANIACAL, TRICHOTILLOMANIA small increment to make weight [L] MANTISSA hand [L] MANUS, MANACLE, MANAGE, MANNER, MANUAL, MANIPULATE, MANUBRIUM, MANICURE, MANUFACTURE, MANUSCRIPT, MANICOTTI, MANIFEST, MANUMIT, MANURE, AMANUENSIS, EMANCIPATE, MANDATE, COMMAND, DEMAND sea [L] MARINE, MARITIME, MARINARA, MARICULTURE, ULTRAMARINE, MERMAID border, edge [L] MARGIN, MARGINAL, EMARGINATE bag, pouch [G] MARSUPIAL, MARSUPIUM mars, god of war [L] MARTIAL, MARTIAN male [L] MASCULINE, EMASCULATE breast, nipple [G] MASTECTOMY, MASTITIS, GYNECOMASTIA mother, womb [L] ALMA MATER, MATERNAL, MATERNITY, MATRON, MATRIX, loin [L] LUMBAR, LUMBOSACRAL moon [L] LUNA, LUNAR, LUNULA, LUNATE, SEMILUNAR, LUNATIC, LOONY wolf [L] LUPUS, LUPINE, LOBO yellow [L] LUTEUM, LUTEAL, LUTEIN wolf [G] LYCANTHROPE, LYCOPODIUM water, lymph [L] LYMPHATIC, LYMPHOCYTE, LYMPHOMA, LYMPHADENOMA, ENDOLYMPH loosening [G] LYSIS, LYSOGENY, LYSOSOME, LYSINE, LYTIC, LYOPHILIC, HEMOLYTIC, ANALYSIS, DIALYSIS, ENTEROLYSIS, CATALYSIS, HYDROLYSIS, PARALYSIS, ELECTROLYSIS, ELECTROLYTE

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urinate [L] MICTURITION thousand [L] MILL, MILE, MILLINERY, MILLIMETER, MILLENIUM, MILLION, MILLEPORE, MILLIPEDE imitation, actor [G] MIME, MIMIC, IMITATION least, smallest [L] MINOR, MINUS, MINUSCULE, MINIMUM, MINUTE, MINUEND, DIMINUTIVE, DIMINISH, MINCE wonderful, marvelous [L] MIRACLE, MIRAGE, MIRABILIS, ADMIRE, MIRROR mix, mixed [L] MISCELLANEOUS, MISCIBLE, MIX, MIXTURE, IMMISCIBLE, MISCEGENATION, PROMISCUOUS send [L] MISSION, OMIT, DISMISS, TRANSMISSION, EMIT thread [G] MITOCHONDRION, MITOSIS miter, bishop's cap [L] MITER, MITRAL memory [G] MNEMONIC, AMNESIA, AMNESTY, CATAMNESIS, ANAMNESIS standard, measure [L] MODE, MODUS, MODAL, MODULUS, MODULAR, MODEL, MODERN, MODERATE, MOOD mass, grind, mill [L] MOLECULE, MOLE, MOLAR, MOLARITY soft, soften [L] MOLLIFY, MOLLUSCUM, MOLLUSK, EMOLLIENT, MALT, MALTOSE, MELT, EMULSION, EMULSIFICATION show, warn [L] MONITOR, MONSTER, MONUMENT, ADMONISH, DEMONSTRATE, PREMONITION, SUMMON single, alone [G] MONAD, MONASTERY, MONOMIAL, MONOSACCHARIDE, MONOCYTE, MONONUCLEOSIS, MONOTONE, MONK, PSEUDOMONAD mountain [L] MONS, MONTANE, MONTANA, ULTRAMONTANE, VERUMONTANUM, PROMONTORY, MOUNTAIN, AMOUNT stupid, foolish MORON, SOPHOMORE disease, measles, mulberry [L] MORBUS, MORBID, MORBIDITY, MORBILLIFORM, MORBILLIVIRUS, MORULA form, shape [G] METAMORPHOSIS, MORPHOLOGY, DIMORPHIC, ENANTIOMORPH, ANTHROPOMORPHIC death [L] MORTAL, MORTALITY, MORTITIAN, MORTUARY, MORTGAGE, MORIBUND, AMORTIZE, IMMORTAL, MURDER move, motion [L] MOTION, MOTOR, MOTILITY, MOBILE, MOB, MOMENT, MOMENTUM, MOTIF, COMMOTION, EMOTION, LOCOMOTION, PROMOTE, OCULOMOTOR, VASOMOTOR, MOVE many [L] MULTIPLE, MULTIPLICATION, MULTITUDE, MULTIVARIABLE, AMELIORATE wall [L] MURAL, INTRAMURAL, EXTRAMURAL, TRANSMURAL, IMMUREMENT muscle, little mouse [L] MUSCLE, MURINE, MUSTELINE, MUSCULAR music, muse [G] MUSE, MUSEUM, MUSIC, MOSAIC, AMUSEMENT change [L] MUTATE, PERMUTATION, COMMUTER, COMMUTATIVE, MOLT muscle, mouse [G] MYOCYTE, MYOFIBRIL, MYOSIN, MYOSITIS, MYOTOMY, PERIMYSIUM, MYSTICETI fungus [G] MYCOLOGY, MYCETOMA, ACTINOMYCOSIS, NEOMYCIN, STREPTOMYCIN, ONYCHOMYCOSIS

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dilation of the pupil [G] MYDRIATIC marrow, spinal cord [G] MYELIN, MYELOBLAST, MYELOCYTE, MYELOCELE, HYDROMYELIA, SYRINGOMYELIA, POLIOMYELITIS, OSTEOMYELITIS numberless, 10000 [G] MYRIAD, MYRIAPOD eardrum [L] MYRINGOTOMY ant [G] MYRMECOPHAGY slime, mucus [G] MYXOMA, MYXOMATOUS dwarf, very tiny [G] NANOMETER, NANOTECHNOLOGY, NANOTUBE, NANOFOSSIL, NANOPLANKTON numbness, stupor [G] NARCOTIC, NARCOSIS, NARCOLEPSY, NARC nose, nostril [L] NASION, NASAL, NASALIS, NASOPHARYNX, NARIS, NARES, NASTURTIUM, PINCE-NEZ birth [L] NATURE, NATURAL, NATRIUM, NASCENT, NATION, NATIVE, NAIVE, NEE, NOEL, ANTENATAL, INNATE, COGNATE, DENATURED, RENAISSANCE ship, sailing [G] NAUTILUS, NAUTICAL, ASTRONAUT, ARGONAUT, COSMONAUT, NAUSEA, NOISE ship, sail [L] NAVICULAR, NAVY, NAVIGATE cloud, mist [L] NEBULA, NEBULOUS, NIMBUS dead, corpse [G] NECROSIS, NECROTIC, NECROTIZING, NECROPSY, NECROPOLIS, NECROMANCY tie, bond [L] NEXUS, ADNEXA, ANNEX, CONNECT, CONNECTION to deny, negate [L] NEGATIVE, NEGATION thread [G] NEMATODE, NEMATOCYST, CHROMONEMA, MYONEME, AXONEME, TREPONEMA new [G] NEOPLASM, NEOPHYTE, NEOLOGISM, NEOCLASSIC, NEOLITHIC, NEON, GLUCONEOGENESIS kidney [G] NEPHRON, NEPHROLITHIASIS, NEPHRIDIUM, NEPHROLOGY, NEPRHOID, EPINEPHRINE, PERINEPHRIC, HYDRONEPHROSIS, METANEPHRINE, PRONEPHROS nerve, tendon [L] NERVE, NERVOUS, ENERVATE, DENERVATE nerve, sinew, cord [G] NEURON, NEUROLOGY, NEUROANATOMY, NEUROSYPHYLIS, NEUROTIC, APONEUROSIS, PERINEURIUM neither [L] NEUTRAL, NEUTER nest [L] NIDUS, NIDAL, NIDAMENTAL, NIDATION, PILONIDAL black [L] NIGRUM, NIGROSTRIATAL, NIGROSINE, DENIGRATE not even a little, nothing [L] NIL, NIHILISM, ANNIHILATE soda, nitrogen [G] NITROUS, NITRIC, NITROGEN harmful, noxious [L] NOXIOUS, NOCENT, NUISANCE, OBNOXIOUS, INNOCUOUS, INNOCENT night [L] NOCTURNE, NOCTURNAL, NOCTILUCA, NOCTAMBULIST, EQUINOX knot, swelling [L] NODE, NODAL, NODULAR, ACNODE, DENOUEMENT

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name [G] NOMINAL, NOMINATE, NOUN, NOMENCLATURE, BINOMIAL, DENOMINATE, IGNOMINY, MISNOMER, POLYNOMIAL, PRONOUN sytem of laws or customs [G] NOMOLOGY, ANOMIE, ECONOMY, ASTRONOMY, DEUTERONOMY, METRONOME, NUMISMATIC nine [L] NONAGENERIAN, NONANE, NONANOIC, NOON, NOVENA, NOVEMBER rule, measure [L] NORM, NORMAL, NORMALITY, ABNORMAL, ENORMOUS the back [G] NOTOCHORD, NOTANENCEPHALIA, STENONOTAL note, marked [L] NOTE, NOTICE, NOTIFY, NOTATION, NOTORIOUS, ANNOTATE, CONNOTE new [L] NOVA, NOVICE, NOVEL, NOVELTY, INNOVATE, RENOVATE, SUPERNOVA, NOVUM EBORACUM nape, neck [L] NUCHAL, TRANSNUCHAL little nut [L] NUCLEUS, NUCLEAR, NUCLEOLUS, NUCLEOSOME, NUCLEON, RADIONUCLIDE naked, nude [L] NUDE, NUDITY, NUDIBRANCH, DENUDED none [L] NULL, NULLIFY, NULLIPAROUS, ANNUL number [L] NUMERAL, NUMEROUS, NUMERATOR, NUMERICAL, ENUMERATE, SUPERNUMERARY, INNUMERABLE announce [L] NUNCIO, ANNOUNCEMENT, ENUNCIATE, DENOUNCE, PRONOUNCE, RENOUNCE nurse, nourishment [L] NUTRIX, NUTRITION, NUTRIENT, NUTRITIOUS, NURTURE, NURSE, NOURISH name [G] ANONYMOUS, PSEUDONYM, EPONYM, HOMONYMOUS, METONYMY, ONOMATOPOEIA, PATRONYM, SYNONYMOUS against, toward [L] OBLATE, OBLIQUE, OBLONG, OBTUSE, OPPOSITE hidden [L] OCCULT eight [L] OCTET, OCTANT, OCTAVE, OCTAVO, OCTAGON, OCTOPUS, OCTANE, OCTAHEDRON, OCTAL, OCTOBER, OCTOGENARIAN eye [L] OCULUS, OCULAR, OCULOMOTOR, OCULOGYRIC, OCULIST, EXTRAOCULAR, MONOCLE, MONOCULAR, BINOCULAR, INOCULATE, PINOCHLE song [G] ODE, EPODE, MELODY, PARODY, RHAPSODY, TRAGEDY, COMEDY tooth [G] ODONTOID, ODONTOBLAST, ODONTOGENIC, ODONTOCETI, ORTHODONTIST, GLYPTODONT, MASTODON gnawing, pain [G] ODYNOPHAGIA, PLEURODYNIA, GLOSSODYNIA, ANODYNE alcohol [N] ETHANOL, THIOL, DIOL, ENOL, PHENOL, CHOLESTEROL olive oil [L] OLEIC, OLEORESIN, OLEFIN, OLEOMARGARINE smell [L] OLFACTION, OLFACTORY few, scanty [G] OLIGARCHY, OLIGOPOLY, OLIGODENDROCYTE,

OBSTETRIC- midwife [L] OBSTETRIX, OBSTETRICIAN, OBSTETRICAL

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little, rare [L] PARVUS, PARVOVIRUS, PARAFFIN spreading, open [L] PATENT, PATENCY, PATULOUS, PATELLA, PREPATENT father [L] PATERNAL, PATRON, PATRONIZE, PATRICIAN, PATRIMONY, EXPATRIATE suffering, feeling, disease [G] PATHOS, PATHETIC, PATHOLOGY, PATHOGEN, PATHOGNOMONIC, APATHY, ANTIPATHY, EMPATHY, IDIOPATHIC, SYMPATHETIC, PARASYMPATHETIC, NEUROPATHY, SOCIOPATH suffering [L] PATIENT, PATIENCE, PASSION, PASSIVE, COMPASSION, COMPATIBLE, IMPATIENT, INPATIENT father [G] PATRIOT, PATRIARCH, ALLOPATRIC, SYMPATRIC, EUPATRID few [L] PAUCITY, PAUPER, POOR, POVERTY, POCO fasten, coagulate [G] PECTEN, PECTIN, PECTINEUS, PECTINEAL, PECTINATE, PEGMATITE, AREOPAGUS, ORCHIOPEXY, HYSTEROPEXY, MASTOPEXY foot [L] PES, PEDAL, PEDICEL, PEDUNCLE, PEDESTRIAN, PEDICLE, PEDUNCLE, BIPED, MILLIPEDE, EXPEDITE, IMPEDE experience [G] PIRATE, EMPIRICAL, EMPIRICISM, EXPERIENCE, EXPERIMENT, EXPERT push [L] PULSE, PUSH, COMPEL, DISPEL, EXPEL, IMPEL, PROPEL, REPEL open ocean [G] PELAGIC. ARCHIPELAGO skin [G] PELT, PELLICLE, PELLAGRA, PILLION, ERYSIPELAS basin, pelvis [L] PELVIS, PELVIC, HEMIPELVIS penis [L] PENCIL, PENIS, PENETRATE, PENICILLIN hanging [L] PENDANT, PENDULOUS, PENTHOUSE, DEPENDENT, INDEPENDENT, DEPENDABLE, PERPENDICULAR, APPENDAGE, APPENDIX, SUSPEND deficiency, want [L] NEUTROPENIA, PANCYTOPENIA, OSTEOPENIA five [G] PENTAGON, PENTACLE, PENTAGRAM, PENTOMINO, PENTANE, PENTADACTYL, PENTATEUCH, PENTECOST, PENTAMETER digest, cook [G] PEPO, PEPSIN, PEPTIC, PEPTIDE, PEPTONE, EUPEPTIC, DYSPEPSIA, POLYPEPTIDE, PUMPKIN for, through [L] PER, PERCENT, PERCENTAGE, PERCENTILE, PERMUTATION, PERPENDICULAR around, superfluous [G] PERIMETER, PERIPHERAL, PERIODONTAL, PERIPATETIC, PERIOD, PERISCOPE, PERINEUM, PERISSODACTYL membrane around intestines [L] PERITONEUM, PERITONEAL, PNEUMOPERITONEUM pass through [L] PERMEATE, PERMEABLE destructive, quick [L] PERNICIOUS fibula, shin [G] PERONEAL mask [L] PERSON, PERSONAL, IMPERSONATE seek, go toward [L] PETITION, PETULANT, APPETITE, COMPETE, IMPETUS, PERPETUAL, REPEAT, CENTRIPETAL stone, rock [G] PETRIFY, PETROUS, PETROBASILAR, PETROLEUM, PETER, OSTEOPETROSIS

PHAGPHALLPHANPHARMPHARYNGPHASPHEOPHILPHLEBPHLEGMPHLOEM PHOB-

to eat [G] PHAGE, PHAGOCYTOSIS, MACROPHAGE, GLUCOPHAGE, AUTOPHAGY, BACTERIOPHAGE, ESOPHAGUS, DYSPHAGIA, SARCOPHAGUS penis [G] PHALLUS, PHALLIC, ITHYPHALLIC appearance, phase [G] PHANTASM, PHANTOM, PHASE, PHENOTYPE, PHENOMENON, PHENOL, PHENYL, PHENYLALANINE, EPIPHANY, DIAPHANOUS, METAPHASE, ANAPHASE, TELOPHASE, PHOSPHENE, SYCOPHANT, FANTASY drug, poison [G] PHARMACOLOGY, PHARMACY cleft, throat, gully [G] PHARYNX, PHARYNGEAL, OROPHARYNX, GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL speech [G] DYSPHASIA, APHASIA, EMPHASIS, PROPHET dusky, gray [G] PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA love, affinity [G] PHILOSOPHY, PHILANTHROPY, PHILOLOGY, BIBLIOPHILE, ANGLOPHILE, HEMOPHILIA, HYDROPHILIC vein [G] PHLEBOTOMY, PHLEBITIS mucus, inflammation, burning [G] PHLEGM, PHLEGMATIC, PHLEGETHON, PHLEGMON, PHLOGISTON, PHLOX, FLAGRANT, CONFLAGRATION, FLAME, INFLAMED, FLAMBOYANT tree bark [G] PHLOEM fear, dread [G] PHOBIA, PHOBIC, CHROMOPHOBE, AGORAPHOBIA, CLAUSTROPHOBIA, ARACHNOPHOBIA, XENOPHOBIC, HOMOPHOBE, HYDROPHOBIC sound, voice [G] PHONE, PHONEME, PHONICS, PHONATION, PHONETICS, ANTIPHONAL, CACOPHONY, SYMPHONY, EUPHONIOUS, FRANCOPHONE, MEGAPHONE, TELEPHONE, ANTHEM carry, bear [G] AMPHORA, DIAPHORESIS, EUPHORIA, SEMAPHORE, METAPHORE, PHOSPHOROUS, CHROMOPHORE, OOPHORECTOMY, PERIPHERY, PHEROMONE, TOCOPHEROL, PARAPHERNALIA light [G] PHOSPHOROUS, PHOSPHATE, PHOSPHORESCENT, PHOTOGRAPH, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PHOTOPHORE, PHOTOLYSIS, PHOTOGENIC, TELEPHOTO fence, hedge, partition [G] PHRAGMITES, DIAPHRAGM, DIAPHRAGMATIC diaphragm, frenzy [G] PHRENIC, FRENETIC, FRENZY, PHRENOLOGY, GASTROPHRENIC, COSTOPHRENIC, SCHIZOPHRENIA algae, seaweed [G] PHYCOLOGY, PHYCOBILIN, PHYCOCYANIN, PHYCOMYCETES, CHLOROPHYCEAE tribe [G] PHYLUM, PHYLETIC, PHYLOGENY, MONOPHYLETIC, POLYPHYLETIC watch, guard, protect [G] PHYLACTERY, PHYLACOBIOSIS, ANAPHYLAXIS, CATAPHYLAXIS leaf [G] PHYLLOTAXY, PODOPHYLLIN, CHLOROPHYLL, EPIPHYLLOUS inflate, breathe, nature, grow [G] PHYSICS, PHYSICAL, PHYSIQUE, PHYSIOLOGY, APOPHYSIS, DIAPHYSIS, EPIPHYSEAL, SYMPHYSIS, HYPOPHYSIS, EMPHYSEMA, EMPHYSEMATOUS plant, growth [G] PHYTOPLANKTON, GAMETOPHYTE, ZOOPHYTE, EPIPHYTE, TRACHEOPHYTA, NEOPHYTE, OSTEOPHYTE, DERMATOPHYTOSES painted [L] PICTURE, PICTURESQUE, PICTOGRAM, PIGMENT, DEPICT, PAINT, PINTO, PINT

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strength, might [G] ASTHENIC, MYASTHENIA, NEURASTHENIA, HYPERSTHENIA spot, prick, tattoo [G] STIGMA, STIGMATA, ASTIGMATISM, STICK to prick, mark [L] STING, DISTINGUISH, EXTINGUISH, EXTINCT, INSTINCT, INSTIGATE shadow line, row, element [G] STOICHIOMETRY, STICHOMYTHIA, ACROSTIC mouth, gullet [G] STOMATITIS, STOMACH, STOMACHION, STOMODEUM, STOMATOPOD, GASTROSTOMY, COLOSTOMY, NEPHROSTOMY, GNATHOSTOME, DEUTEROSTOMIA squeeze, choke [G] STRANGLE, STRANGULATION layer, extend [L] STRATUM, STRATA, STRATIFIED, STRATIGRAPHY, STRATOSPHERE, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY, SUBSTRATE twist, turn [G] STREPSIS, STREPTOCOCCUS, STREPTOKINASE, STROPHOID, STRABISMUS, STROBILUS, STROBOSCOPE, STROBE, APOSTROPHE, BOUSTROPHODON, CATASTROPHE streaked, striped [L] STRIATED, STRIAE, STRIATUM tighten [L] STRICT, STRICTURE, RESTRICTION, CONSTRICT, ASTRINGENT, STRING, STRAIN, CONSTRAINT harsh sound [L] STRIDOR, STRIDENT spread out, bed [G] STROMA, STROMAL, STROMATOLITE build [L] STRUCTURE, CONSTRUCT, OBSTRUCT, ULTRASTRUCTURE, DESTRUCTION, MISCONSTRUE, INSTRUCT, INDUSTRY diligence, zeal [L] STUDENT, STUDIOUS, STUDY pillar, column, stylus [G] STYLE, STYLOID, STYLUS, STYLET, STYLOMASTOID, STYLOPHARYNGEUS, PERISTYLE, STILETTO fragrant resin, gum [G] STYRAX, STYRENE, POLYSTYRENE, STYROFOAM pig [L] SUS, SUIDAE, SUET, SWINE, SOW, HYENA under, below [L] SUBSTITUTION, SUBCLINICAL, SUBSCRIPT, SUBSET, SUBTEND, SUBTRACT, SUBWAY, SUPINE exude, sweat [L] SUDORIFEROUS, SUDOMOTOR, SUDATORIUM, SUDORESIS, EXUDE, EXUDATE furrow, groove [L] SULCUS, SULCI, SULCATE, SULCOMARGINAL topmost, total [L] SUMMA, SUMMIT, SUMMARY, SUMMATION, SUM over, above [L] SUPER, SUPERIOR, SUPREME, SUPERIMPOSE, SUPERSCRIPT, SUPERMODEL, SUPERLATIVE, SOPRANO seam [L] SUTURE with, together [G] SYMPHYSIS, SYMBIOSIS, SYMPATHY, PARASYMPATHETIC, SYMMETRY, SYMBOL, SYLLOGISM union, together [G] SYNTHESIS, SYNTHETIC, SYNAPSE, SYNAPTIC, SYNERGY, SYNDESMOSIS, SYNECHIAE, SYNONYM, SPUTNIK pipe [G] SYRINGOMYELIA, SYRINGE, SYRINX coming together, system [G] SYSTEMIC, SYSTEMATIC, SYSTOLE, SYSTOLIC board, table [L] TABULA, TABULATE, TABLET, TABLOID, TAB

TACHTACTTALTARDTARSTASTAURTAUTTAXTECHTEGTELETELOTEMPERTEMPORTENTENTTERTERATERMTERRTESSTESTITETANTETRATEXTTHALAMTHANATOTHECTHELTHEM-

speed [G] TACHOMETER, TACHYCARDIA, TACHYPNEA touching [L] TANGENT, TANGENTIAL, TANGIBLE, TACTICS, TACTILE, MYOTACTIC, CONTACT, INTACT, CONTINGENT ankle, heel [L] TALUS, TALONAVICULAR, TALON slow, late [L] TARDY, TARDIGRADE, TARDIVE ankle [G] TARSUS, TARSAL, TARSIER, METATARSAL stretch [G] BRONCHIECTASIS, ECTASIA, PTYALECTASIA bull [G] TAURUS, TAURINE, TOREADOR, TAUROCHOLIC same [G] TAUTOLOGY, TAUTOMER, TAUTONYM arrangement, order [G] TAXONOMY, TAXON, TAXIDERMY, SYNTAX, PHOTOTAXIS, PHYLLOTAXY art, skill [G] TECHNICAL, TECHNETIUM, TECHNOLOGY, TECTONIC, ARCHITECT roof, covering [G] TEGMEN, TEGMENTUM, TECTUM, TECTORIAL, TECTAL, INTEGUMENT, PROTECTION, DETECT, STEGOSAURUS far off [G] TELEPHONE, TELEVISION, TELESCOPE, TELEKINESIS completion, end [G] TELIC, TELOMERE, TELOPHASE, TELEOST, TELEOLOGY moderate [L] TEMPERATE, TEMPERATURE, TEMPER time, the temples [L] TEMPORAL, TEMPORARY, INFRATEMPORAL rigid band, tendon [G] TENIA, TAENIA, HYPOTENUSE, TENESMUS, DIPLOTENE, POLYTENE, TENOSYNOVITIS, TETANUS tent [L] TENTORIUM, SUPRATENTORIAL third in order [L] TERNARY, TERTIARY, TERCEL wonder, monster [G] TERATOMA, TERATOGEN, TERATOCARINOMA, TERATOID, KARMA end, limit [G] TERM, TERMINAL, TERMINATE, DETERMINE, DETERMINANT, INDETERMINATE earth, land [L] TERRA, TERRAIN, TERRENE, TERRACE, TERRAFORM, TERRARIUM, TERRESTRIAL, TERRITORY, TERRIER, SUBTERRANEAN, MEDITERRANEAN, EXTRATERRESTRIAL checkerboard, tile [G] TESSELA, TESSELATE, TESSELATION witness, testicle [L] TESTIS, TESTIFY, TESTIMONY, TESTICULAR rigidity [G] TETANY, TETANUS four [G] TETRAD, TETRAPOD, TETRAHEDRON, TETRACYCLINE, TETRAHYDROFURAN, TETRALOGY, TETRAGRAMMATON, TESSERACT, TESSERA, DIATESSERON weave, woven [L] TEXTURE, TEXTILE, TEXT, TISSUE, CONTEXT, PRETEXT chamber, inner room [G] THALAMUS, THALAMIC, HYPOTHALAMUS death [G] THANATOS, THANATOLOGY, THANATOPHOBIA, THANATOID case, sheath, box [G] THECA, THECODONT, APOTHECARY nipple [G] THELION, EPITHELIUM, ENDOTHELIAL, MESOTHELIOMA, MYOEPITHELIAL position, laid down [G] THEME, THEMATIC, APOTHEM, ANATHEMA

THEOTHEORTHERTHERAPTHERMTHESAURTHESIS THIGMTHIOTHORACTHROMBTHYLACTHYMTHYRTIBITILLTINCTTINNTOCOTOMTONTOPTORTTORUS TOTATOXTRABTRACHE-

god [G] THEOLOGY, THEOBROMINE, THEOCRACY, APOTHEOSIS, ATHEIST, ENTHUSIASM, PANTHEON, POLYTHEISM, MONOTHEISM spectacle, theory [G] THEOREM, THEORY, THEORETICAL wild beast, hunt [G] THERAPSID, THEROPOD, EUTHERIA, DINOTHERE, TITANOTHERE treatment, service [G] THERAPY, THERAPEUTIC, PSYCHOTHERAPY, CHEMOTHERAPY heat [G] THERMOMETER, THERMOPHILE, THERMOS, THERMAL, THERMOSTAT, HYPOTHERMIA, POIKILOTHERM, ENDOTHERM treasure [G] THESAURUS arrangement [G] THESIS, SYNTHESIS, ANTITHESIS, DIATHESIS, METATHESIS, HYPOTHESIS, PARENTHESIS, PROSTHESIS, PROSTHETIC, EPITHET touch [G] THIGMOTACTIC, THIGMOTROPIC, THIXOTROPY sulfur [G] THIOL, THIOUREA, THIOETHER, THIOBACTERIA, THIOCYANATE, METHIONINE breastplate, chest [G] THORAX, THORACIC, THORACOTOMY, THORACOABDOMINAL, HEMOTHORAX, PNEUMOTHORAX, HYDROTHORAX, CHYLOTHORAX clot, blood clot [G] THROMBUS, THROMBOSIS, THROMBOGENIC, THROMBOCYTE sack, pouch [G] THYLACINE, THYLAKOID mind, spirit, courage [G] THYMUS, THYMIC, THYMIDINE, THYMECTOMY, DYSTHYMIA, CYCLOTHYMIA, HYPOTHYMIC shield [G] THYROID, THYROXINE, THYROTOXICOSIS, TRIIODOTHYRONINE shinbone, flute [L] TIBIA, TIBIAL, TIBIALIS, TIBIOTARSAL tear, pull out [G] TILL, TRICHOTILLOMANIA dyed, tinged [L] TINCTURE, TINCTORIAL, TINT ringing, tinkling [L] TINNITUS, TINTINNABULATION birth [G] TOCOLYTIC, TOCOPHEROL, TOCOLOGY, OXYTOCIN cut [G] TOME, TOMOGRAPHY, ATOM, ANATOMY, EPITOME, DICHOTOMY, MICROTOME, DERMATOME, ENTOMOLOGY, LITHOTOMY, DIATOM, TRACHEOTOMY, LOBOTOMY, EPITOMY tone, tension, stretch [G] TONE, TONIC, TONOPLAST, CATATONIC, DYSTONIA, HYPERTONIC, ISOTONIC, OPISTHOTONUS place [G] TOPIC, TOPOLOGY, TOPOGRAPHIC, TOPOISOMERASE, ECTOPIC, ISOTOPE, POLYTOPE winding, twisting [L] TORT, TORTURE, TORTUOUS, TORQUE, TORSION, DETORSION, TORSO, TORTICOLLIS, RETORT, CONTORTION, EXTORTION, DISTORTION bore hole, doughnut [G] TORUS, TOROIDAL all [L] TOTAL, TOTALITY, TOTIPOTENT, TOTALITARIAN, FACTOTUM, TUTTI FRUTTI arrow, poison [G] TOXIC, TOXIN, TOXICOLOGY, DETOX, CYTOTOXIN beam, timber [L] TRABECULAR, TRABEATED, ARCHITRAVE windpipe, neck [L] TRACHEA, TRACHEOTOMY, TRACHEOPHYTE,

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UMBILICUMBRUNUNCUNDUNGULUNIURBUROURSUTERUVV VACCVACUVAGVAGINVALVALGVALVVARIVARICVASVECTVELVELOVENERVENOVENTVENTRVERB-

navel [L] UMBO, UMBILICUS, UMBILICAL, NOMBRIL, PERIUMBILICAL shade, shadow [L] UMBRA, UMBER, UMBEL, UMBELLIFEROUS, UMBRELLA, UMBRAGE, PENUMBRA not [L] UNDIGNIFIED, UNNATURAL hook, a unit of weight [L] UNCINATE, UNCUS, OUNCE, INCH, QUINCUNX wave [L] UNDULATE, UNDULATION, ABUNDANT hoof, nail [L] UNGUIS, UNGULATE, UNGULIGRADE, PERIUNGUAL one [L] UNIT, UNITY, UNIQUE, UNIVERSE, UNION, UNIFORM, UNILATERAL, TRIUNE city [L] URBAN, SUBURBIA tail, urinary [G] UROLOGY, UREA, URINE, URACIL, UROSEPSIS, URETER, URETHRA, DIURETIC, DYSURIA, HEMATURIA, ANURAN, CYNOSURE, TRICHURIASIS, SQUIRREL bear (animal) [L] URSINE, URSA MAJOR womb [L] UTERUS, UTERINE, UTRICLE, INTRAUTERINE grape [L] UVULA cow [L] VACCINIA, VACCINATION, VACCINE empty [L] VACUUM, VACUOLE, VACUOUS, VACANT, VACATION, EVACUATE, VOID, DEVOID wandering [L] VAGUS, VAGAL, VAGOTOMY, VAGRANT sheath [L] VAGINA, VAGINAL, INVAGINATE, EVAGINATION to be strong, worthy [L] VALOR, VALUE, VALID, VALIDITY, VALEDICTORIAN, VALENCE, VALERIAN, VALERIC, VALINE, EQUIVALENCE, EVALUATE, PREVAIL, AVAILABLE bow-legged [L] VALGUS folding door, valve [L] VALVE, VALVULAR change [L] VARIABLE, VARIATION, VARIEGATED, VARIOLATION, VARICELLA swollen vein [L] VARICES, VARICOSE, VARIX vessel, duct [L] VAS, VASA, VASORUM, VASOVAGAL, VASODILATION, VASOCONSTRICTION, VASCULAR, EXTRAVASATION carry [L] VECTOR, VEHICLE, VEHEMENT, CONVEYOR, CONVECTION, INVEIGH veil, sail [L] VELUM, VELAR, VELIGER, VELAMEN swift, active [L] VELOCITY, VELOCIRAPTOR, VELOCIPEDE venus, love [L] VENERATE, VENEREAL, VENUS, VENOM, VANADIUM vein [L] VENA, VENOUS, VEIN, VENULE, VENATION, VENOTOMY, VENIPUNCTURE, INTRAVENOUS wind [L] VENT, VENTILATE, VENTILATION belly, chamber [L] VENTER, VENTRAL, VENTRICLE, VENTRICULITIS, VENTRILOQUISM, BIVENTER, EVENTRATION word [L] VERB, VERBOSE, VERBAL, VERVE, ADVERB, CRUCIVERBALIST, PROVERB

VERIVERMVERN-

truth [L] VERITY, VERY, VERDICT, VERIFY, VERISIMILITUDE, AVER, VOIR DIRE worm [L] VERMIS, VERMIFORM, VERMIN, VERMICELLI, VERMICULITE, VERMILLION springtime [L] VERNAL, PRIMAVERA to turn, change [L] VERSE, VERSUS, VERSATILE, VERTEX, VERTICAL, VERTIGO, VERTEBRA, VERGE, ADVERSE, ANNIVERSARY, AVERT, CONTROVERSY, CONVERSE, CONVERT, DIVERTICULUM, EVERT, EXTROVERT, INTROVERT, INVERSE, INVERTED, PERVERT, REVERT, REVERSE, SUBVERSIVE, TRANSVERSE, UNIVERSE bladder [L] VESICAL, VESICULAR, VESICOURETERAL porch, vestibule [L] VESTIBULE, VESTIBULAR footprint, trace [L] VESTIGE, VESTIGIAL cattle, calf, egg yolk [L] VETERINARY, VEAL, VELLUM, VITELLUS, VITELLINE way, road [L] VIA, VIADUCT, VOYAGE, ENVOY, DEVIATE, DEVIANT, DEVIATION, PREVIOUS, TRIVIUM, QUADRIVIUM, OBVIOUS, PREVIOUS shake, vibrate [L] VIBRATION, VIBRATORY, VIBRIO shaggy, hairy [L] VILLUS, VILLI, VILLOUS, MICROVILLI poison, stench [L] VIRUS, VIRULENT, VIRAL, RETROVIRUS, ONCOVIRUS look, see [L] VISIBLE, VISION, VIEW, VISA, VISAGE, VISTA, VOYEUR, EVIDENT, TELEVISION, REVISE, CLAIRVOYANT, ENVY, INTERVIEW, REVIEW, SURVEY entrails [L] VISCUS, VISCERA, VISCEROMOTOR, VISCEROSENSORY, VISCEROTONIA glass [L] VITRO, VITREOUS, VITRINE life [L] VIVO, VIVID, VIVIFY, VIVIPAROUS, VIVISECTION, VIVACIOUS, VITAL, VITAE, VITALISM, VIABLE, VITAMIN, VIATICAL, SURVIVE, REVIVAL, CONVIVIAL voice [L] VOX, VOCAL, VOCATION, VOWEL, ADVOCATE, EQUIVOCAL, CONVOCATION, EVOKE, PROVOKE to turn, to roll up [L] VOLVULUS, VOLUME, VOLUTE, VOLVOX, INVOLVE, INVOLUTE, INVOLUCRUM, REVOLVE, EVOLVE, EVOLUTION, ENVELOPE, DEVELOPMENT plowshare [L] VOMER, VOMERONASAL vomit [L] VOMIT, VOMITORIUM eat, devour [L] VORACIOUS, CARNIVORE, CARNIVOROUS, HERBIVORE, OMNIVORE, FRUGIVORE, INSECTIVORE whirlpool [L] VORTEX, VORTICES tear, rip [L] AVULSION, REVULSION covering [L] VULVA, VULVAR, VULVODYNIA yellow [G] XANTHOPHYLL, EXANTHEM stranger, guest [G] XENOGRAFT, XENOPHOBIA, XENON, XENOGAMY, XENOBIOSIS, ANTIXENIC, EUXENITE, PYROXENE dry [G] XEROPHYTE, XEROX, XERIC, XEROSTOMIA sword [G] XIPHUS, XIPHOID

VERT-

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wood [G] XYLEM, XYLOPHONE, XYLOPHYTE, XYLOPHAGY, METAXYLEM boil [G] ZEOLITE, ECZEMA animal [G] ZOO, ZOOLOGY, ZOONOTIC, ZODIAC, ZOETROPE, AZOTE, AZOTEMIA, EPIZOOTIC, METAZOAN, PROTOZOAN, PALEOZOIC, MESOZOIC, CENOZOIC belt, zone [G] ZONE, ZONA, ZONING, ZONOHEDRON yoke, paired, union [G] ZYGOMA, ZYGOMATIC, ZYGODONT, ZYGOTE, ZEUGMA, MONOZYGOTIC, DIZYGOTIC, AZYGOS, SYZYGY, YOKE, YOGA ferment, leavening, yeast [G] ZYMOSIS, ZYMURGY, ZYMASE, ENZYME, LYSOZYME, RIBOZYME