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acid- ac(bitter) id(related to) acrid- acr(sharp) id(related to)
amble- ambl(walk) perambulate- per(through) ambl(walk) ate(make) *to walk through, as to inspect
aquatic- aqu(water) ic(having characteristics of) aquarium- aqu(water) iu(place)
beneficial- bene(good) fic(make,do) al(relaled to) benediction- bene(good) dict(speak) ion(act of)
biology- bio(life) logy(study) biography- bio(life) graph(write) y(result of)
cacophony- caco(bad) phon(sound) y(result of) unpleasing sound cacography-caco(bad) graph(write) y(result of) bad handwriting
precede-pre(before) ced(go) exceed-ex(out) ceed(go) procession-pro(forward) cess(go) ion(act on)
democracy-dem(people) crac(rule) y(result of) epidemic-epi(upon,over) dem(people) ic(having char.)
equal- equ(same) al(related to) equilateral-equ(same) later(side) al(related to)
flexible-flex(bend) ible(able to) deflect-de(down) flect(bend)
generate-gen(start) ate(make) genocide-gen(race) cid(kill) genealogy- gen(birth,family) logy(study of)
polygon- poly(many) gon(angle) diagonal-dia(across) gon(angle) al(related to) pentagon-penta(five) gon(angle)
telegram-tele(far,distant) gram(write) phonograph-phon(sound) graph(write)
pediatrics-ped(child) iatr(cure) ics(science of) geriatrics-geri(old) iatr(cure) ics(science of) psychatrist-psyc(mind) iatr(cure) ist(one who)
reject-re(ba ck) ject(throw) projectile-pro(forward) ject(throw) ile(related to) deject-de(down) ject(thrown)
kinetic-kin(move) ic(related to) kinesiology-kin(move) logy(study of) study of muscles and their movement
magnify-magn(large) fy(make) magnitude-magn(large) tude(state of)
neonatal-neo(new) nat(birth) al(related to) nativity-nat(birth) ity(state or condition of)
repel-re(back) pel(drive) propel-pro(forward) pel(drive) pulsate-puls(beat) ate(make,cause)
science-sci(know) ence(state or condition of) conscious-con(with) sci(know) ious(full of) omniscient-omni(all) sci(know) ent(full of)
tension-tens(stretch) ion(act of) tendon-tend(stretch) extend-ex(out) tend(stretch)
theology-theo(god) logy(study of) atheist-a(without) theo(god) ist(one who) theocracy-theo(god) crac(rule) y(result of)
prevent-pre(before) vent(come) convention-con(together) vent(come) ion(act of)
evoke-e(out) vok(call) vocation-voc(call) tion(act of)
1. alt other 1. alt alteration-alter(other) tion(act of) alter ego- alter(other) ego(self)
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