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a- Away from; without
ad- toward
ultra beyond, higher
trans- across; through
circum- around
de- reversal of; without
supra- above
sub- below; underneath; less than
dia- complete; completely through
retro- behind; backward
pro- before
pre- before; in front of
post- after; behind
Ec/Ecto- out; outward; outermost;
Em- in
endo- innermost; within
epi- upon, above
infra- below
inter- between
intra- within
meso- middle
meta- after, subsequent to; transition change
mid- middle
peri- around
per- through, throughout
para- beside, apart from; two parts of a pair; abnormal
hemi- one-half
pan- all
multi- many, much
uni- single, not paired
poly- many, much
quad- four
brady- slow
tachy- fast
dys- painful, difficult, abnormal
eu- normal, good
hyper- above, more than normal
hypo- below, deficient
mal- bad, inadequate
non- not
sym- together
eu- normal, good
Created by: ArizonaCollege