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Word Quiz (A & P)

Hem- through Kel-

hem- blood
hemi- half
hepar-, hepat- liver
herb- grass, plants
hetero- different, other
hex- six
hibern- winter
hidr- sweat
hipp- horse
hist- tissue
holo- entire, whole
homo- (Latin) man, human
homo- (Greek) same, alike
hort- garden
hydr- water
hygr- moist, wet
hyper- above, beyond, over
hyph- weaving, web
hyphno- sleep
hypo- below, under, less
hyster- womb, uterus
-iae person afflicted with disease
-iasis disease, abnormal condition
-ic (adjective former)
-chthy- fish
ign- fire
in-, il-, im-, ir- not
in-, im-, il-, ir- to, toward, into
in- very, thoroughly
-ine of or pertaining to
infra- below, beneath
inter- within, inside
intra- between
-ism a state or condition
iso- equal, same
-ist person who deals with
-it, -is inflammation, disease
-ium refers to a part of the body
-kary- cell nucleus
kel- tumor, swelling
Created by: faithmcghee7