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Word Roots 21-22

Word Roots Flashcards Pages 21-22

en in,into
erg,ergo,urg work,power
gen cause,birth,race,produce
metall metal,mine
meter measure
nom name,law,custom,order
phob fear of
pyro heat,fire
ia condition
ic like,related to
ics science,related to, system
ize to make; to act
y state,quality,act;body group
ergometer a device for measuring work peformance
matallurgy the science and technology of extracting metals from their ores
energize to make active
ergophobia abnormal and persistent fear of work or the workplace
pyrometallurgy chemical metallurgy that depends on heat action
ergonomics the scientific design of products machines etc. to maximize user safety comfort and efficency
ergogenic increasing capacity for physical or mental labor
dys bad,badly
eu good, well
calypt hidden, covered
peps/pept digest
phor bear, produce
ia condition
ic like, related to
ide thing belonging to
us thing which
peptic relating to digestion
eucalyptus Australian evergreen tree with rigid leaves and protected flowers and having medicinal and industrial value
dyspepsia indigestion
peptide a compound with amino acids
eupepsia good digestion
eophoria a feeling of great joy,excitement, or well-being, almost to the point of exaggeration.
Created by: Phosphorus