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Mal – bad(bura)
ab English ke  jis bhi word me mal ayega us word me bad cense se related kuchh hoga jaise
Malformation (kurchna)
Maladjusted (avyavasthit)
Dismal (nirashajnak)
Malady (bimari, rog)
Malcontent (asntusta)
Malfeasance (duskatn, bhrasta)

English Language Roots

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Root, Prefix or Suffix
Meaning
Examples
a, ac, ad, af, ag, al, an, ap, as, at
to, toward, near, in addition to, by
aside, accompany, adjust, aggression, allocate, annihilate, affix, associate, attend, adverb
a-, an-
not, without
apolitical, atheist, anarchy, anonymous, apathy, aphasia, anemia
ab, abs
away from, off
absolve, abrupt, absent
-able, -ible
Adjective: worth, ability
solvable, incredible
acer, acid, acri
bitter, sour, sharp
acerbic, acidity, acrid, acrimony
act, ag
do, act, drive
active, react, agent, active, agitate
acu
sharp
acute, acupuncture, accurate
-acy, -cy
Noun: state or quality
privacy, infancy, adequacy, intimacy, supremacy
-ade
act, product, sweet drink
blockade, lemonade
aer, aero
air, atmosphere, aviation
aerial, aerosol, aerodrome
ag, agi, ig, act
do, move, go
agent, agenda, agitate, navigate, ambiguous, action
-age
Noun: activity, or result of action
courage, suffrage, shrinkage, tonnage
agri, agro
pertaining to fields or soil
agriculture, agroindustry
-al
Noun: action, result of action
referral, disavowal, disposal, festival
-al, -ial, -ical
Adjective: quality, relation
structural, territorial, categorical
alb, albo
white, without pigment
albino, albite
ali, allo, alter
other
alias, alibi, alien, alloy, alter, alter ego, altruism
alt
high, deep
altimeter, altitude
am, ami, amor
love, like, liking
amorous, amiable, amicable, enamoured
ambi
both
ambidextrous
ambul
to walk
ambulatory, amble, ambulance, somnambulist
-an
Noun: person
artisan, guardian, historian, magician
ana, ano
up, back, again, anew
anode, anagram, anagenetic
-ance, -ence
Noun: action, state, quality or process
resistance, independence, extravagance, fraudulence
-ancy, -ency
Noun: state, quality or capacity
vacancy, agency, truancy, latency
andr, andro
male, characteristics of men
androcentric, android
ang
angular
angle
anim
mind, life, spirit, anger
animal, animate, animosity
ann, annu, enni
yearly
annual, annual, annuity, anniversary, perrenial
-ant, -ent
Noun: an agent, something that performs the action
disinfectant, dependent, fragrant
-ant, -ent, -ient
Adjective: kind of agent, indication
important, dependent, convenient
ante
before
anterior, anteroom, antebellum, antedate, antecedent antediluvian
anthrop
man
anthropology, misanthrope, philanthropy
anti, ant
against, opposite
antisocial, antiseptic, antithesis, antibody, antinomies, antifreeze, antipathy
anti, antico
old
antique, antiquated, antiquity
apo, ap, aph
away from, detached, formed
apology, apocalypse, aphagia
aqu
water
aqueous
-ar, -ary
Adjective: resembling, related to
spectacular, unitary
arch
chief, first, rule
archangel, architect, archaic, monarchy, matriarchy, patriarchy, Archeozoic era
-ard, -art
Noun: characterized
braggart, drunkard, wizard
aster, astr
star
aster, asterisk, asteroid, astronomy, astronaut
-ate
Noun: state, office, fuction
candidate, electorate, delegate
-ate
Verb: cause to be
graduate, ameliorate, amputate, colligate
-ate
Adjective: kind of state
inviolate
-ation
Noun: action, resulting state
specialization, aggravation, alternation
auc, aug, aut
to originate, to increase
augment , author, augment, auction
aud, audi, aur, aus
to hear, listen
audience, audio, audible, auditorium, audiovisual, audition, auricular, ausculate
aug, auc
increase
augur, augment, auction
aut, auto
self
automobile, automatic, automotive, autograph, autonomous, autoimmune
bar
weight, pressure
barometer
be
on, around, over, about, excessively, make, cause, name, affect
berate, bedeck, bespeak, belittle, beleaguer
belli
war
rebellion, belligerent, casus belli, bellicose
bene
good, well, gentle
benefactor, beneficial, benevolent, benediction, beneficiary, benefit
bi, bine
two
biped, bifurcate, biweekly, bivalve, biannual
bibl, bibli, biblio
book
bibliophile, bibliography, Bible
bio, bi
life
biography, biology, biometricsm biome, biosphere
brev
short
abbreviate, brevity, brief
cad, cap, cas, ceiv, cept, capt, cid, cip
to take, to seize, to hold
receive, deceive, capable, capacious, captive, accident, capture, occasion, concept, intercept, forceps, except, reciprocate
cad, cas
to fall
cadaver, cadence, cascade
-cade
procession
motorcade
calor
heat
calorie, caloric, calorimeter
capit, capt
head
decapitate, capital, captain, caption
carn
flesh
carnivorous, incarnate, reincarnation, carnal
cat, cata, cath
down, with
catalogue, category, catheter
caus, caut
burn, heat
caustic, cauldron, cauterize
cause, cuse, cus
cause, motive
because, excuse, accusation
ceas, ced, cede, ceed, cess
to go, to yield, move, go, surrender
succeed, proceed, precede, recede, secession, exceed, succession
cent
hundred
centennial, century, centipede
centr, centri
center
eccentricity, centrifugal, concentric, eccentric
chrom
color
chrome, chromosome, polychrome, chromatic
chron
time
chronology, chronic, chronicle chronometer, anachronism, synchronize
cide, cis, cise
to kill, to cut, cut down
fratricide, homicide, incision, incision, circumcision, scissors
circum
around
circumnavigate, circumflex, circumstance, circumcision, circumference, circumorbital, circumlocution, circumvent, circumscribe, circulatory
cit
call, start
incite, citation, cite
civ
citizen
civic, civil, civilian, civilization
clam, claim
cry out
exclamation, clamor, proclamation, reclamation, acclaim
clin
lean, bend
decline, aclinic, inclination
clud, clus claus
to close, shut
include, exclude, clause, claustrophobia, enclose, exclusive, reclusive, conclude
co, cog, col, coll, con, com, cor
with, together
cohesiveness, cognate, collaborate, convene, commitment, compress, contemporary, converge, compact, confluence, convenient, concatenate, conjoin, combine, correct
cogn, gnos
to know
recognize, cognizant, diagnose, agnostic, incognito, prognosis
com, con
fully
complete, compel, conscious, condense, confess, confirm
contr, contra, counter
against, opposite
contradict, counteract, contravene, contrary, counterspy, contrapuntal
cord, cor, cardi
heart
cordial, concord, discord, courage, encourage
corp
body
corporation, corporal punishment, corpse, corpulent, corpus luteum
cort
correct
escort, cortage
cosm
universe, world
cosmos, microcosm, cosmopolitan, cosmonaut
cour, cur, curr, curs
run, course
occur, excursion, discourse, courier, course
crat, cracy
rule
autocrat, aristocrat, theocracy, technocracy
cre, cresc, cret, crease
grow
create, crescent, accretion, increase
crea
create
creature, recreation, creation
cred
believe
creed, credo, credence, credit, credulous, incredulous, incredible
cresc, cret, crease, cru
rise, grow
crescendo, concrete, increase, decrease, accrue
crit
separate, choose
critical, criterion, hypocrite
cur, curs
run
current, concurrent, concur, incur, recur, occur, courier, precursor, cursive
cura
care
curator, curative, manicure
cycl, cyclo
wheel, circle, circular
Cyclops, unicycle, bicycle, cyclone, cyclic
de-
from, down, away, to do the opposite, reverse, against
detach, deploy, derange, decrease, deodorize, devoid, deflate, degenerate
dec, deca
ten, ten times
decimal, decade, decalogue, decimate, decathlon
dec, dign
suitable
decent decorate dignity
dei, div
God
divinity, divine, deity, divination, deify
dem, demo
people, populace, population
democracy, demography, demagogue, epidemic
dent, dont
tooth
dental, denture, orthodontist, periodontal
derm
skin, covering
hypodermic, dermatology, epidermis, taxidermy
di-, dy-
two, twice, double
divide, diverge, diglycerides
dia
through, across, between
diameter, diagonal, dialogue dialect, dialectic, diagnosis, diachronic
dic, dict, dit
say, speak
dictation, dictionary, dictate, dictator, Dictaphone, edict, predict, verdict, contradict, benediction
dis, dif
not, opposite of, reverse, separate, deprive of, away
dismiss, differ, disallow, disperse, dissuade, divide, disconnect, disproportion, disrespect, distemper, disarray
dit
give
credit, audit
doc, doct
teach, prove
docile, doctor, doctrine, document, dogma, indoctrinate
domin
master, that which is under control
dominate, dominion, predominant, domain
don
give
donate, condone
dorm
sleep
dormant, dormitory
dox
thought, opinion, praise
orthodox, heterodox, paradox, doxology
-drome
run, step
syndrome, aerodrome, velodrome
duc, duct
to lead, pull
produce, abduct, product, transducer, viaduct, aqueduct, induct, deduct, reduce, induce
dura
hard, lasting
durable, duration, endure
dynam
power
dynamo, dynamic, dynamite, hydrodynamics
dys-
bad, abnormal, difficult, impaired, unfavorable
dysfunctional, dyslexia, dyspathy
e-
not, missing, out, fully, away, computer network related
emit, embed, eternal,ether, erase, email, e-tailer
ec-
out of, outside
echo, eclipse, eclectic, ecesis, ecstasy, exzema
eco-
household, environment, relating to ecology or economy
ecology, economize, ecospheres, ecomanagement
ecto-
outside, external
ectomorph, ectoderm, ectoplasm
-ed
Verb: past tense
dressed, faded, patted, closed, introduced
-ed
Adjective: having the quality or characteristics of
winged, moneyed, dogged, tiered
-en
Verb: to cause to become
lengthen, moisten, sharpen
-en
Adjective: material
golden, woolen, silken
en-, em-
put into, make, provide with, surround with
enamor, embolden, enslave, empower, entangle
-ence, -ency
Noun: action or process, quality or state
reference, emergency, dependence, eminence, latency
end-
inside, within
endorse, endocardial, endergonic, endoskeleton, endoscope, endogenous
epi-
upon, close to, over, after, altered
epicenter, epicarp, epilogue, epigone, epidiorite
equi-
equal
equidistant, equilateral, equilibrium, equinox, equation, equator
-er, -ier
Adjective: comparative
better, brighter, sooner, hotter, happier
-er, -or
Noun: person or thing that does something
flyer, reporter, player, member, fryer, collector, concentrator
-er, -or
Verb: action
ponder, dishonor, clamor
erg
work, effect
energy, erg, allergy, ergometer, ergograph, ergophobia
-ery
collective qualities, art, practice, trade, collection, state, condition
snobbery, bakery, geenery, gallery, slavery
-es, -ies
Noun: plural of most nouns ending in -ch, -s, -sh, -o and -z and some in -f and -y
passes, glasses, ladies, heroes
-es, -ies
Verb: third person singular present indicative of verbs that end in -ch, -s, -sh, - and some in -y
blesses, hushes, fizzes, defies
-ess
female
actress, goddess, poetess
-est, -iest
Adjective or Adverb: superlative
latest, strongest, luckiest, lyingest
ev-, et-
time, age
medieval, eternal
ex-
out of, away from, lacking, former
exit, exhale, exclusive, exceed, explosion, ex-mayor
exter-, extra-, extro-
outside of, beyond
external, extrinsic, extraordinary, extrapolate, extraneous, extrovert
fa, fess
speak
fable, fabulous, fame, famous, confess, profess
fac, fact, fec, fect, fic, fas, fea
do, make
difficult, fashion, feasible, feature, factory, fact, effect, manufacture, amplification, confection
fall, fals
deceive
fallacy, falsify, fallacious
femto
quadrillionth
femtosecond
fer
bear, carry
ferry, coniferous, fertile, defer, infer, refer, transfer
fic, feign, fain, fit, feat
shape, make, fashion
fiction, faint, feign
fid
belief, faith
confide, diffident, fidelity
fid, fide, feder
faith, trust
confidante, fidelity, confident, infidelity, infidel, federal, confederacy, semper fi
fig
shape, form
figurem, effigy, figure, figment
fila, fili
thread
filigree, filament, filter, filet, filibuster
fin
end, ended, finished
final, finite, finish, confine, fine, refine, define, finale
fix
repair, attach
fix, fixation, fixture, affix, prefix, suffix
flex, flect
bend
flex, reflex, flexible, flexor, inflexibility, reflect, deflect,circumflex
flict
strike
affliction, conflict, inflict
flu, fluc, fluv, flux
flow
influence, fluid, flue, flush, fluently, fluctuate, reflux, influx
-fold
Adverb: in a manner of, marked by
fourfold
for, fore
before
forecast, fortune, foresee
forc, fort
strength, strong
effort, fort, forte, fortifiable, fortify, forte, fortitude
form
shape, resemble
form, format, conform, formulate, perform, formal, formula
fract, frag, frai
break
fracture, infraction, fragile, fraction, refract, frail
fuge
flee
subterfuge, refuge, centrifuge
-ful
Noun: an amount or quanity that fills
mouthful
-ful
Adjective: having, giving, marked by
fanciful
fuse
pour
confuse, transfuse
-fy
make, form into
falsify, dandify
gam
marriage
bigamy, monogamy, polygamy
gastr, gastro
stomach
gastric, gastronomic, gastritis, gastropod
gen
kind
generous
gen
birth, race, produce
genesis, genetics, eugenics, genealogy, generate, genetic, antigen, pathogen
geo
earth
geometry, geography, geocentric, geology
germ
vital part
germination, germ, germane
gest
carry, bear
congest, gestation
giga
billion
gigabyte, gigaflop
gin
careful
gingerly
gloss, glot
tongue
glossary, polyglot, epiglottis
glu, glo
lump, bond, glue
glue, agglutinate, conglomerate
gor
to gather, to bring together
category, categorize
grad, gress, gree
to gather, to bring together, step, go
grade, degree, progress, gradual, graduate, egress
graph, gram, graf
write, written, draw
graph, graphic, autograph, photography, graphite, telegram, polygraph, grammar, biography, lithograph, graphic
grat
pleasing
congratulate, gratuity, grateful, ingrate
grav
heavy, weighty
grave, gravity, aggravate, gravitate
greg
herd
gregarious, congregation, segregate, gregarian
hale, heal
make whole, sound
inhale, exhale, heal, healthy, healthiness
helio
sun
heliograph, heliotrope, heliocentric
hema, hemo
blood
hemorrhage, hemoglobin, hemophilia, hemostat
her, here, hes
stick
adhere, cohere, cohesion, inherent, hereditary, hesitate
hetero
other, different
heterodox, heterogeneous, heterosexual, heterodyne
hex, ses, sex
six
hexagon, hexameter, sestet, sextuplets
homo
same
homogenize, homosexual, homonym, homophone
hum, human
earth, ground, man
humus, exhume, humane
hydr, hydra, hydro
water
dehydrate, hydrant, hydraulic, hydraulics, hydrogen, hydrophobia
hyper
over, above
hyperactive, hypertensive, hyperbolic, hypersensitive, hyperventilate, hyperkinetic
hypn
sleep
hypnosis, hypnotherapy
-ia
Noun: names, diseases
phobia
-ian, an
Noun: related to, one that is
pedestrian, human
-iatry
Noun: art of healing
psychiatry
-ic
Adjective: quality, relation
generic
-ic, ics
Noun: related to the arts and sciences
arithmetic, economics
-ice
Noun: act
malice
-ify
Verb: cause
specify
ignis
fire
ignite, igneous, ignition
-ile
Adjective: having the qualities of
projectile
in, im
into, on, near, towards
instead, import
in, im, il, ir
not
illegible, irresolute, inaction, inviolate, innocuous, intractable, innocent, impregnable, impossible, imposter
infra
beneath
infrared, infrastructure
-ing
Noun: material made for, activity, result of an activity
flooring, swimming, building
-ing
Verb: present participle
depicting
-ing
Adjective: activity
cohering
inter
between, among
international, intercept, interject, intermission, internal, intermittent,
intra
within, during, between layers, underneath
intramural, intranet, intranatal
intro
into, within, inward
interoffice, introvert, introspection, introduce
-ion
Noun: condition or action
abduction
-ish
Adjective: having the character of
newish
-ism
Noun: doctrine, belief, action or conduct
formalism
-ist
Noun: person or member
podiatrist
-ite
Noun: state or quality
graphite
-ity, ty
Noun: state or quality
lucidity, novelty
-ive
Noun: condition
native
-ive, -ative, -itive
Adjective: having the quality of
festive, cooperative, sensitive
-ize
Verb: cause
fantasize
jac, ject
throw
reject, eject, project, trajectory, interject, dejected, inject, ejaculate, adjacent
join, junct
join
adjoining, enjoin, juncture, conjunction, injunction, conjunction
judice
judge
prejudice
jug, junct, just
to join
junction, adjust, conjugal
juven
young
juvenile, rejuvenate
labor
work
laborious, belabor
lau, lav, lot, lut
wash
launder, lavatory, lotion, ablution, dilute
lect, leg, lig
choose, gather, select, read
collect, legible, eligible
leg
law
legal, legislate, legislature, legitimize
-less
Adjective: without, missing
motiveless
levi
light
alleviate, levitate, levity
lex, leag, leg
law
legal, college, league
liber, liver
free
liberty, liberal, liberalize, deliverance
lide
strike
collide, nuclide
liter
letters
literary, literature, literal, alliteration, obliterate
loc, loco
place, area
location, locally, locality, allocate, locomotion
log, logo, ology
word, study, say, speech, reason, study
catalog, prologue, dialogue, zoology, logo
loqu, locut
talk, speak
eloquent, loquacious, colloquial, circumlocution
luc, lum, lun, lus, lust
light
translucent, luminary, luster, luna, illuminate, illustrate
lude
play
prelude
-ly
Adverb: in the manner of
fluently
macr-, macer
lean
emaciated, meager
magn
great
magnify, magnificent, magnanimous, magnate, magnitude, magnum
main
strength, foremost
mainstream, mainsail, domain, remain
mal
bad, badly
malformation, maladjusted, dismal, malady, malcontent,malfunction, malfeasance, maleficent
man, manu
hand, make, do
manual, manage, manufacture, manacle, manicure, manifest, maneuver, emancipate, management
mand
command
mandatory, remand, mandate
mania
madness
mania, maniac, kleptomania, pyromania
mar, mari, mer
sea, pool
marine, marsh, maritime, mermaid
matri
mother
matrimony, maternal, matriarchate, matron
medi
half, middle, between, halfway
mediate, medieval, Mediterranean, mediocre, medium
mega
great, million
megaphone, megaton, megaflop, megalomaniac, megabyte, megalopolis
mem
recall, remember
memo, commemoration, memento, memoir, memorable
ment
mind
mental, mention
-ment
Noun: condition or result
document
meso
middle
mesomorph, mesoamerica, mesosphere
meta
beyond, change
metaphor, metamorphosis, metabolism, metahistorical, metainformation
meter
measure
meter, voltammeter, barometer, thermometer
metr
admeasure, apportion
metrics, asymmetric, parametric, telemetry
micro
small, millionth
microscope, microfilm, microcard, microwave, micrometer, microvolt
migra
wander
migrate, emigrant, immigrate
mill, kilo
thousand
millennium, kilobyte, kiloton
milli
thousandth
millisecond, milligram, millivolt
min
little, small
minute, minor, minuscule
mis
wrong, bad, badly
misconduct, misinform, misinterpret, mispronounce, misnomer, mistake, misogynist
mit, miss
send
emit, remit, submit, admit, commit, permit, transmit, omit, intermittent, mission, missile
mob, mov, mot
move
motion, remove, mobile, motor
mon
warn, remind
monument, admonition, monitor, premonition
mono
one
monopoly, monotype, monologue, mononucleosis, monorail, monotheist,
mor, mort
mortal, death
mortal, immortal, mortality, mortician, mortuary
morph
shape, form
amorphous, dimorphic, metamorphosis, morphology, polymorphic, morpheme, amorphous
multi
many, much
multifold, multilingual, multiped, multiply, multitude, multipurpose, multinational
nano
billionth
nanosecond, nanobucks
nasc, nat, gnant, nai
to be born
nascent, native, pregnant, naive
nat, nasc
to be from, to spring forth
innate, natal, native, renaissance
neo
new
Neolithic, nuveau riche, neologism, neophyte, neonate
-ness
Noun: state, condition, quality
kindness
neur
nerve
neuritis, neuropathic, neurologist, neural, neurotic
nom
law, order
autonomy, astronomy, gastronomy, economy
nom, nym
name
nominate, synonym
nomen, nomin
name
nomenclature, nominate, ignominious
non
nine
nonagon
non
not
nonferrous, nonsense, nonabrasive, nondescript
nov
new
novel, renovate, novice, nova, innovate
nox, noc
night
nocturnal, equinox, noctilucent
numer
number
numeral, numeration, enumerate, innumerable
numisma
coin
numismatics
ob, oc, of, op
toward, against, in the way
oppose, occur, offer, obtain
oct
eight
octopus, octagon, octogenarian, octave
oligo
few, little
Oligocene, oligosaccharide, oligotrophic, oligarchy
omni
all, every
omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, omnivorous
onym
name
anonymous, pseudonym, antonym, synonym
oper
work
operate, cooperate, opus
-or
Noun: condition or activity
valor, honor, humor, minor
ortho
straight, correct
orthodox, orthodontist, orthopedic, unorthodox
-ory
Noun: place for, serves for
territory, rectory
-ous, -eous, -ose, -ious
Adjective: having the quality of, relating to
adventurous, courageous, verbose, fractious
over
excessive, above
overwork, overall, overwork
pac
peace
pacifist, pacify, pacific ocean
pair, pare
arrange, assemblage, two
repair, impair, compare, prepare
paleo
old
Paleozoic, Paleolithic, paleomagnetism, paleopsychology
pan
all
Pan-American, pan-African, panacea, pandemonium (place of all the demons),
para
beside
paradox, paraprofessional, paramedic, paraphrase, parachute
pat, pass, path
feel, suffer
patient, passion, sympathy, pathology
pater, patr
father
paternity, patriarch, patriot, patron, patronize
path, pathy
feeling, suffering
pathos, sympathy, antipathy, apathy, telepathy
ped, pod
foot
pedal, impede, pedestrian, centipede, tripod, podiatry, antipode, podium
pedo
child
orthopedic, pedagogue, pediatrics
pel, puls
drive, push, urge
compel, dispel, expel, repel, propel, pulse, impulse, pulsate, compulsory, expulsion, repulsive
pend, pens, pond
hang, weigh
pendant, pendulum, suspend, appendage, pensive, append
per
through, intensive
persecute, permit, perspire, perforate, persuade
peri
around
periscope, perimeter, perigee, periodontal
phage
eat
macrophage, bacteriophage
phan, phas, phen, fan, phant, fant
show, make visible
phantom, fantasy
phe
speak
blaspheme, cipher, phenomenon, philosopher
phil
love
philosopher, philanthropy, philharmonic, bibliophile
phlegma
inflammation
phlegm, phlegmatic
phobia, phobos
fear
phobia, claustrophobia, acrophobia, aquaphobia, ergophobia, homophobia
phon
sound
telephone, phonics, phonograph, phonetic, homophone, microphone, symphony, euphonious
phot, photo
light
photograph, photoelectric, photogenic, photosynthesis, photon
pico
trillionth
picofarad, picocurie, picovolt
pict
paint, show, draw
picture, depict
plac, plais
please
placid, placebo, placate, complacent
pli, ply
fold
reply, implicate, ply
plore
cry out, wail
implore, exploration, deploring
plu, plur, plus
more
plural, pluralist, plus
pneuma, pneumon
breath
pneumatic, pneumonia,
pod
foot, feet
podiatry, tripod
poli
city
metropolis, police, politics, Indianapolis, megalopolis, acropolis
poly
many
polytheist, polygon, polygamy, polymorphous
pon, pos, pound
place, put
postpone, component, opponent, proponent, expose, impose, deposit, posture, position, expound, impound
pop
people
population, populous, popular
port
carry
porter, portable, transport, report, export, import, support, transportation
portion
part, share
portion, proportion
post
after, behind
postpone, postdate
pot
power
potential, potentate, impotent
pre, pur
before
precede
prehendere
seize, grasp
apprehend, comprehend, comprehensive, prehensile
prin, prim, prime
first
primacy, prima donna, primitive, primary, primal, primeval, prince, principal
pro
for, foward
propel
proto
first
prototype, protocol, protagonist, protozoan, Proterozoic, protoindustrial
psych
mind, soul
psyche, psychiatry, psychology, psychosis
punct
point, dot
punctual, punctuation, puncture, acupuncture, punctuation
pute
think
dispute, computer
quat, quad
four
quadrangle, quadruplets
quint, penta
five
quintet, quintuplets, pentagon, pentane, pentameter
quip
ship
equip, equipment
quir, quis, quest, quer
seek, ask
query, inquire, exquisite, quest
re
back, again
report, realign, retract, revise, regain
reg, recti
straighten
regiment, regular, rectify, correct, direct, rectangle
retro
backwards
retrorocket, retrospect, retrogression, retroactive
ri, ridi, risi
laughter
deride, ridicule, ridiculous, derision, risible
rog, roga
ask
prerogative, interrogation, derogatory
rupt
break
rupture, interrupt, abrupt, disrupt, ruptible
sacr, sanc, secr
sacred
sacred, sacrosanct, sanction, consecrate, desecrate
salv, salu
safe, healthy
salvation, salvage, salutation
sanct
holy
sanctify, sanctuary, sanction, sanctimonious, sacrosanct
sat, satis
enough
satient, saturate, satisfy
sci, scio, scientia
know
science, conscious, omniscient, cognocienti
scope
see, watch
telescope, microscope, kaleidoscope, periscope, stethoscope
scrib, script
write
scribe, scribble, inscribe, describe, subscribe, prescribe, manuscript
se
apart, move away from
secede
sect, sec
cut
intersect, transect, dissect, secant, section
sed, sess, sid
sit
sediment, session, obsession, possess, preside, president, reside, subside
semi
half, partial
semifinal, semiconscious, semiannual, semimonthly, semicircle
sen, scen
old, grow old
senior, senator, senile, senescence, evanescent
sent, sens
feel, think
sentiment, consent, resent, dissent, sentimental, sense, sensation, sensitive, sensory, dissension
sept
seven
septet, septennial
sequ, secu, sue
follow
sequence, consequence, sequel, subsequent, prosecute, consecutive, second, ensue, pursue
serv
save, serve, keep
servant, service, subservient, servitude, preserve, conserve, reservation, deserve, conservation, observe
-ship
Noun: status, condition
relationship, friendship
sign, signi
sign, mark, seal
signal, signature, design, insignia, significant
simil, simul
like, resembling
similar, assimilate, simulate, simulacrum, simultaneous
sist, sta, stit
stand, withstand, make up
assist, insist, persist, circumstance, stamina, status, state, static, stable, stationary, substitute
soci
to join, companions
sociable, society
sol, solus
alone
solo, soliloquy, solitaire, solitude, solitary, isolate
solv, solu, solut
loosen, explain
solvent, solve, absolve, resolve, soluble, solution, resolution, resolute, dissolute, absolution
somn
sleep
insomnia, somnambulist
soph
wise
sophomore (wise fool), philosophy, sophisticated
spec, spect, spi, spic
look, see
specimen, specific, spectator, spectacle, aspect, speculate, inspect, respect, prospect, retrospective, introspective, expect, conspicuous
sper
render favorable
prosper
sphere
ball, sphere
sphere, stratosphere, hemisphere, spheroid
spir
breath
spirit, conspire, inspire, aspire, expire, perspire, respiration
stand, stant, stab, stat, stan, sti, sta, st, stead
stand
stature, establish, stance
-ster
person
mobster, monster
strain, strict, string, stige
bind, pull, draw tight
stringent, strict, restrict, constrict, restrain, boa constrictor
stru, struct, stroy, stry
build
construe, structure, construct, instruct, obstruct, destruction, destroy, industry, ministry
sub, suc, suf, sup, sur, sus
under, below, from, secretly, instead of
sustain, survive, support, suffice, succeed, submerge, submarine, substandard, subnormal, subvert
sume, sump
take, use, waste
consume, assume, sump, presumption
super, supra
over, above
superior, suprarenal, superscript, supernatural, superimpose, supercede
syn, sym
together, at the same time
sympathy, synthesis, synchronous, syndicate
tact, tang, tag, tig, ting
touch
tactile, contact, intact, intangible, tangible, contagious, contiguous, contingent
tain, ten, tent, tin
hold, keep, have
retain, continue, content, tenacious
tect, teg
cover
detect, protect, tegular, tegument
tele
distance, far, from afar
telephone, telegraph, telegram, telescope, television, telephoto, telecast, telepathy, telepathy
tem, tempo
time
tempo, temporary, extemporaneously, contemporary, pro tem, temporal
ten, tin, tain
hold
tenacious, tenant, tenure, untenable, detention, retentive, content, pertinent, continent, obstinate, contain, abstain, pertain, detain
tend, tent, tens
stretch, strain
tendency, extend, intend, contend, pretend, superintend, tender, extent, tension, pretense
tera
trillion
terabyte, teraflop
term
end, boundary, limit
exterminate, terminal
terr, terra
earth
terrain, terrarium, territory, terrestrial
test
to bear witness
testament, detest, testimony, attest, testify
the, theo
God, a god
monotheism, polytheism, atheism, theology
therm
heat
thermometer, theorem, thermal, thermos bottle, thermostat, hypothermia
thesis, thet
place, put
antithesis, hypothesis, synthesis, epithet
tire
draw, pull
attire, retire, entire
tom
cut
atom (not cutable), appendectomy, tonsillectomy, dichotomy, anatomy
tor, tors, tort
twist
torture, retort, extort, distort, contort, torsion, tortuous, torturous
tox
poison
toxic, intoxicate, antitoxin
tract, tra, trai, treat
drag, draw, pull
attract, tractor, traction, extract, retract, protract, detract, subtract, contract, intractable
trans
across, beyond, change
transform, transoceanic, transmit, transportation, transducer
tri
three
tripod, triangle, trinity, trilateral
trib
pay, bestow
tribute, contribute, attribute, retribution, tributary
tribute
give
contribute, distribute, tributary
turbo
disturb
turbulent, disturb, turbid, turmoil
typ
print
type, prototype, typical, typography, typewriter, typology, typify
ultima
last
ultimate, ultimatum
umber, umbraticum
shadow
umbra, penumbra, (take) umbrage, adumbrate
un
not, against, opposite
unceasing, unequal
uni
one
uniform, unilateral, universal, unity, unanimous, unite, unison, unicorn
-ure
Noun: act, condition, process, function
exposure, conjecture, measure
vac
empty
vacate, vacuum, evacuate, vacation, vacant, vacuous
vade
go
evade, invader
vale, vali, valu
strength, worth
equivalent, valiant, validity, evaluate, value, valor
veh, vect
to carry
vector, vehicle, convection, vehement
ven, vent
come
convene, intervene, venue, convenient, avenue, circumvent, invent, convent, venture, event, advent, prevent
ver, veri
true
very, aver, verdict, verity, verify, verisimilitude
verb, verv
word
verify, veracity, verbalize, verve
vert, vers
turn, change
convert, revert, advertise, versatile, vertigo, invert, reversion, extravert, introvert, diversion, introvert, convertible, reverse, controversy
vi
way
viable, vibrate, vibrant
vic, vicis
change, substitute
vicarious, vicar, vicissitude
vict, vinc
conquer
victor, evict, convict, convince, invincible
vid, vis
see
video, evident, provide, providence, visible, revise, supervise, vista, visit, vision, review, indivisible
viv, vita, vivi
alive, life
revive, survive, vivid, vivacious, vitality, vivisection, vital, vitamins, revitalize
voc, voke
call
vocation, avocation, convocation, invocation, evoke, provoke, revoke, advocate, provocative, vocal
vol
will
malevolent, benevolent, volunteer, volition
volcan
fire
volcano, vulcanize, Vulcan
volv, volt, vol
turn about, roll
revolve, voluble, voluminous, convolution, revolt, evolution
vor
eat greedily
voracious, carnivorous, herbivorous, omnivorous, devour
-ward
Adverb: in a direction or manner
homeward
-wise
Adverb: in the manner of, with regard to
timewise, clockwise, bitwise
with
against
withhold, without, withdraw, forthwith
-y
Noun: state, condition, result of an activity
society, victory
-y
Adjective: marked by, having
hungry, angry, smeary, teary
zo
animal
zoo (zoological garden), zoology, zodiac, protozoan



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