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Word Skills 18 “One great use of words is to hide our thoughts” ~Voltaire
Ampl: Large, Great, Enough Amply Amplification Amplifier
-cle: Small Particle Follicle Cubicle
Culp: Guilt, Blame Culprit Exculpate Inculpate
Di-Day Diary Dial Carpe Diem
Dors: Back Dorsal Endorse Do-Si-Do
Fin: End, Boundry Finite Infinite Finale
Grav: Heavy, Weigh Grave Gravity Gravitate
Helio: Sun Aphelion Heliocentric Heliotropic
Hepat: Liver Hepatitis Hepatogenic Hepatectomy
Ign: Fire Ignite Ingenous Reignite
Luna: Moon Lunar Lunatic Lunation
Mund: World Mundane Mundanity Transmundate
Nephr: Kidney Nephrectomy Nephrology Nephrite
-Oma: Tumor Melanoma Neuroblastoma Hematoma
Paleo: Old, Ancient Paleontologist Paleography Paleozoic
Parl: Speak, Talk Parliament Parlor Parley
Punct (pung): Point, stab Puncture Punctuate Pungent
Rap (rapt): Seize or Grasp Rapid Raptor Rapacious
Sal (sault, sult): Leap, Jump, Spring Forward Salient Assault Desultory
Sen: Old Senior Senility Senescent
Solv: Loosen or Release Dissolve Solvent Soluble
Strat: Layer Strata Sub Strata Stratosphere
Tox: Poison Toxin Toxemia Detoxification
Ut (Util, us) Utensil Usury Utilitarianism
Kilo thousand kilometer kilogram. meteor high meteorite meteorology.
Red rub. come ven tumor oma drive pulse eye ophthal.
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i (plural)fungi, nuclei, alumniLatin jus (law)justice, justify, unjustLatin lum (light) luminous, illuminate, superluminousLatin ann (year)annual,
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Novem = Nine Latin November: ninth month in the calendar Novennial: nine-year period or celebration.
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