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Med Term Less/Part 9

Medical Terminology Lesson/Parts Terms 9

-able capable of (being), able to
-ation the act of (being), the result of (being), something that is
-ce, -cy the act of (being), the state of (being)
-ible capable of (being)
-id in a state or condition of
-ile capable or (being), like
-ion the act of
-ive, -ory pertaining to
-ment, -or agent or instrument
-orium place for something
-ure, -ura result of an action
anter- front, in front
brachi- (upper) arm
-cid, -cis- cut, kill
-cip, -cept- take
cresc-, -cret (begin to) grow
digit- finger, toe
duc-, duct- lead, bring, conduct
fac-, -fic-, -fect make
faci, -fici-, facies face, appearance, surface
febr-, febris fever
fer-, lat- carry, bear
flect-, flex- bend
fung- [mushroom] fungus
fus- pour
genit- bring forth, give birth
ger-, gest- carry, bear
immun(i) [exempt] safe, protected
inferior- below
lab-, laps- slide, slip
later- side
or-, os mouth, opening
oss- bone
pedicul- louse
poster-, -posterior behind, in back
sect- cut
somn- sleep
stabil-, stabl- stable, fixed
superior- above
tum(e)- be swollen
Created by: kjohnson1389