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suffixes I need to study for class

suffixes can change a noun into an adjective true
-graph meaning to write or record
-ous possessing, having, full of
-able/-ible ability
-y meaning is the process or condition that makes a word a noun
-itis meaning inflammation
-oses meaning condition, status, or process
-cyte meaning cell
-pathy meaning disease
-er meaning one who
-graphy meaning the process of making a recording or image
-ectomy meaning excision
-tomy meaning incision
-ostomy meaning forming a new opening
-algia means pain
-blast meaning embryonic or immature cell
-emia meaning blood condition. Comes from the Greek word hema
-penia means decrease
Created by: kaycasey86