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affixes and roots

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Prefix: in- Meaning: into Examples: INject (put into) Examples: INject (put into)
prefix: re- Meaning: do over, again, undo Examples:REread ( do over), REmove (undo) Examples:REread ( do over), REmove (undo)
prefix: dis- Meaning: negative, reverse Examples: DISgust, DIScount (reverse),
prefix: mono- uni- meaning: one examples: MONOply, UNIform, UNIcycle
prefix: bi- meaning:two examples:BIlingual
prefix: mis- meaning:wrongly example:MISfire, MISfortune, MISguided
prefix: tri- meaning:three examples: TRIangle, TRIpod
prefix: quad- meaning:four examples:QUADruplets
prefix:pent- meaning:five examples: PENTagon
prefix: semi- demi- hemi- meaning:half examples:SEMIcircle
prefix: auto- meaning: self examples: AUTOmobile, AUTObiography
prefix: ab- meaning:away from examples:ABduction, ABnormal
prefix: dura- meaning: hard , lasting examples: DURAble
prefix: poly- meaning: many examples: POLYester
prefix: pre- meaning: before examples: PREceed
prefix: pro- meaning:in favor of examples: PROmote
prefix: anti- meaning: against examples: ANTIsocial
prefix: ante- meaning: first, before examples: ANTEcedent
prefix: philo- meaning: love of something examples: PHILosophy
prefix: sub- meaning: under examples: SUBmarine
prefix: trans- meaning: carry, across examples: TRANSport
prefix: inter- meaning: between eamples: INTERvene
prefix: de- meaning: opposite examples: DEfrost
Prefix: in- im- il- -ir un- Meaning: not Example: INattentive, IMpossible Example: INattentive, IMpossible
root: dict meaning: to say something (latin) examples: dictionary , contradict
root: bio meaning: life or living things examples: biology, biography
root: ortho meaning: to straiten (greek) examples: orthodontist
root: ped , pod meaning: foot examples: pedicure, orthopedic, tripod
root: script meaning: to write ( latin) examples: manuscript , scripture
root: morphus meaning: to form or to shape (greek) examples: metamorphisis
root: thermo meaning: heat (greek) examples: thermos , thermal
root: audio meaning:hearing examples: audiology
root: spec, spect meaning: to see, to look examples: inspect
root: derm meaning: skin examples: dermotologist
root: path meaning: feel, feelings examples: sympathy
root: soph meaning: wisdom, knowledge examples: sophisticated, philisophy
root: frag, frac, rupt meaning: to break examples: fragile, fraction, fragment, rupture
root: cian meaning: possessing a specific skill examples: physician, magician
root: urb meaning: city (latin) examples: urban, suburb
root: graph, gram meaning: to write, written examples: autograph,
root: sent, sens meaning: feel, feelings examples: sensitive, resent, sensation
root: cred meaning: to believe examples: incredible, credulous
root:phon meaning:sound examples: telephone, phonics
root: ject meaning: to throw examples:reject, inject
root: vid, vis meaning: to veiw examples: visual, supervise
root: tele meaning: far off or away examples: telescope, telephone
suffix: er, eer, or meaning: a person examples: teacher, mountaineer, aviator
suffix:ence, ance, ent meaning:the condition of examples:presence, significance,
root: dict meaning: to say something (latin) examples: dictionary , contradict
root: bio meaning: life or living things examples: biology, biography
root: ortho meaning: to straiten (greek) examples: orthodontist
root: ped , pod meaning: foot examples: pedicure, orthopedic, tripod
root: script meaning: to write ( latin) examples: manuscript , scripture
root: morphus meaning: to form or to shape (greek) examples: metamorphisis
root: thermo meaning: heat (greek) examples: thermos , thermal
root: audio meaning:hearing examples: audiology
root: spec, spect meaning: to see, to look examples: inspect
root: derm meaning: skin examples: dermotologist
root: path meaning: feel, feelings examples: sympathy
root: soph meaning: wisdom, knowledge examples: sophisticated, philisophy
root: frag, frac, rupt meaning: to break examples: fragile, fraction, fragment, rupture
root: cian meaning: possessing a specific skill examples: physician, magician
root: urb meaning: city (latin) examples: urban, suburb
root: graph, gram meaning: to write, written examples: autograph,
root: sent, sens meaning: feel, feelings examples: sensitive, resent, sensation
root: cred meaning: to believe examples: incredible, credulous
root:phon meaning:sound examples: telephone, phonics
root: ject meaning: to throw examples:reject, inject
root: vid, vis meaning: to veiw examples: visual, supervise
root: tele meaning: far off or away examples: telescope, telephone
suffix: er, eer, or meaning: a person examples: teacher, mountaineer, aviator
suffix:ence, ance, ent meaning:the condition of examples:presence, significance,
suffix:ate, ize meaning: turns noun or adjective into verbs examples: pasturize, criticize, indicate
suffix: ion meaning:turns verb into noun examples: act- action, produce- production
suffix: ness meaning: turns adjectives into nouns examples: happy- happiness,
suffix: ism meaning: a beleif examples:favoritism
suffix: ist meaning: make an object into a person examples: machine - machinist
suffix: ary, ery, ory meaning: connecting or referring to a person, place or thing examples: dictionary, bravery, dormitory
suffix: logy meaning: a feild of study or science examples: biology, psycology,
suffix: an, ian, ant, ent meaning: refers to places or people examples: American, Asian, vegetarian
suffix: ship meaning: a state of something or skill examples: sponsorship
suffix:ous, ious, ful meaning:full of examples:joyful, envious, hopeful
suffix:able, ible meaning:can be done examples:capable, edible, agreeable
root: glot, gloss meaning: tongue (greek) examples: polyGLOT, GLOSSary
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