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Word Roots Pg 17-18

cry cold
cryst crystal
gen cause, birth, produce
phil love,loving
scop look at, view, examine
therap treatment
ic like, related to
ics science, related to, system
ine like, related to
ize to make,to act
y state of quality, act; body, group
cryophilic capable of living at cold temperatures
crystalline of the nature of crystals
cryoscopy science that determines the freezing point of liquids
crystallize cause to form crystals
cryogenic science that deals with the production of low tempertures
cryotherapy therapeutic use of cold
dactyl finger, toe
glyph carve
gram write, written
ptero wing, feather
scop look at, view, examine
zygo paired
logy study of, science
y state of quality; act, body, group
dactylology sign laungage
zygodactyl having toes arranged two in front two in back
dactylogram a fingerprint
dactylioglyph the inscription of the engraver,s name on a finger or glyph
pterodactyl a prehistoric flying reptile
dactyloscopy examination of fingerprints for I.D.
Created by: Phosphorus