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General Prefixes1


prefix word element or part that is added to the beginning of the word root; identified by the hyphen after the prefix
pre- before
post- after
anti- against
ante- before; forward
hemi- half
multi- many
neo- new
sub- under; below
endo- within
epi- above; upon
hypo- below; deficient
peri- around;surrounding
poly- many
ab- away from
ad- to; toward
astr- star
auto- self
brady- slow
ect- outside;outer
en- within;in
ex- out;outer
infra- below;inferior
inter- between;among
intra- within
iso- same;equal
macro- large
meta- change;after;beyond
micro- small
multi- many
pan- all
para- near;beside
retro- behind;backward
semi- half
super- above;over;excess
supra- above;on top of
sym- with;association
syn- together;with;union
tachy- fast
general prefixes often refer to size, shape, direction, and location
Created by: Amaier