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2.2 Suffixes

-able able to be
-ac pertaining to
-ad toward; in the direction of
-al pertaining to
-ar pertaining to
-ary pertaining to
-atic pertaining to
-ation A process; being or having
-ative pertaining to
-atory pertaining to
-crine thing that secretes
-drome a running
-eon one who preforms
-ery process of
-gen that which produces
-iac pertaining to
-ian one who preforms
-iatry medical treatment
-ic pertaining to
-ical pertaining to
-ician a skilled professional or expert
-ics knowledge; practice
-ine thing pertaining to
-ion action; condition
-ior pertaining to
-ious pertaining to
-ist one who specializes in
-istry process related to the specialty of
-ity state; condition
-ive pertaining to
-logy the study of
-ory having the function of
-osis condition; abnormal condition; process
-ous pertaining to
-scope instrument used to examine
-tion a process; being or having
-tomy process of cutting or making an incision
-verse to travel; to turn
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