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Root Meaning Examples phon Gramophone phonograph, symphony, homophone sound
Root Meaning Examples phobia, fear claustrophobia, acrophobia, phobia, aquaphobia, homophobia
Root Meaning Examples photo light photogenic, photosynthesis, photoelectric
Root Meaning Examples plac, plais please placid, placebo, placate, complacent
Root Meaning Examples plu, plur, plus more plural, pluralist, plus
Root Meaning Examples poli city metropolis, police, politics, acropolis, indianapolis
Root Meaning Examples poly many Polyandrous, Polytheistic Polytechnic
Root Meaning Examples pon, pos, pound place, put postpone, deposit, component, opponent, impound, posture, position
Root Meaning Examples pop people population, populous, popular
Root Meaning Examples port carry porter, transport, report, export, support, portable
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"phon, phone" = sound, voice. euphonic (adj) having a nice sound; pleasant combination of sounds in words.
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~cit, ~civ, ~poli, ~polis,~polit citizen, city, state.
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