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suffixes

TermDefinition
algia pain
algesia sensitivity to pain
blast embryonic stage of development
cele swelling/herniation
centesis surgical procedure
cide to kill/destroy
clasis crushing/breaking up
scope an instrument used to view
itis inflammation
stasis stopping/controlling
tripsy intentional crushing
lysis (noun) destruction/detachment
lytic (adjective) destruction
pnea breathing
ist practitioner
ile pertaining to /capable
rrhea drainage/discharge/flow
rrhgia excessive flow/discharge
plegia paralysis
plasia formation/development
plasty surgical repair
phobia fear of
pathy disease
ician specialist in a field of study
uria urine
penia decrease in/deficiency
oid resembling
ole small or little
ule small one
megaly enlargement
plasia formation/development
meter instrument used to measure
oma tumor
logist specialist
logy study of
ic pertaining to
a noun ending
ac pertaining to
al pertaining to
ar pertaining to
ary pertaining to
eal pertaining to
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