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word roots 21 and 22

briana howard

peri around, surrounding
cardi heart
heli sun
meter measure
opt eye, vision
scope look at, view, examine
-al like related to; an action or process
-ic like, related to
-on quality, state
perimeter circumference or distance around a figure
pericardial situated around the heart
periscope instrument for viewing the surrounding area especially objects not in the direct line of light
perihelion point closest in a planets orbit
perioptic situated about or surrounding the eyeball
sym with, together
gen cause, birth, race, produce
homo same
path feeling, disease
phob fear of
phon/phono sound
poly* many
tele* from afar
-ia condition
-logy study of science
-y state of, quality; act; body, group
phonic related to sound
phonogenic suitable for producing sound
phonology study of speech sounds
phonopathy speech disorder
phonophobia fear of sound or speaking
homopathic having the same sound
polyphonic having many sounds
telephonic realted to transmission of sound from a distance
symphonic related to the combining or harmony of sounds
Created by: 63brihow