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Prefixes

TermDefinition
a without
ab, abs away from
ad toward to
ambi both, around
an without
ana up, toward
ante before
anti against
apo deeived, separate
aut(o) self
bi twice, double
brachy short
brady slow
cata down
circum around
co, col, com, con, cor together
contra against
de away from
di, dif, dir, dis not, separated
dia through
dys abnormal, difficult
ect(o) outside
end(o) within
epi over
eu well, good, normal
ex out of, away from
exo external, on the outside
extra without, outside of
hemi half
hyper above normal; overly
hypo below normal
infra positioned beneath
inter between
intra within
iso equal, same
mal bad; inadequate
meg(a), megal(o) large
mes(o) middle, median
meta after
micr(o) small, microscope
mon(o) single
multi many
olig(o) few; little; scanty
pan, pant(o) all, entire
par(a) beside; abnormal; involving two parts
per through, intensely
peri around, about, near
pluri several, more
poly many
post after, following
pre before
pro before, forward
quadra, quadri four
re again, backward
retro behind, backward
semi half
sub less than, under, inferior
super more than, above, superior
supra above, over
syl, sym, syn, sys together
tachy fast
trans across, through
ultra beyond, excessive
un not
uni one
Created by: Kass.Ignacio