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The Top 12 Cancer-Causing products in the Average Home

Among many other cancer causing products commonly found in the home, this dirty dozen list has made it to the Hall of Shame. The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC) and Ralph Nader have released a “Dirty Dozen” list of consumer products used in most American homes, and manufactured by giant U.S. corporations.

The “Dirty Dozen” products contain a wide-range of carcinogenic and other toxic ingredients and contaminants to which most of us are exposed daily.

COSMETICS AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS

Talcum Powder– (Johnson & Johnson. Inc.)

Labeled Toxic Ingredient:
TALC, Carcinogenic and a risk factor for ovarian cancer; lung irritant.

Cover Girl Replenishing Natural Finish Make Up (Foundation) (Procter & Gamble. Inc.)


Labeled Toxic Ingredients

BHA, Carcinogenic.
TALC, Carcinogenic; Lung Irritant.
TRIETHANOLAMINE (TEA), Interacts with nitrites to form carcinogenic nitrosamines.
LANOLIN, Often contaminated with DDT and other carcinogenic pesticides.
PARABENS, Contact dermatitis.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of unlabeled, untested, and toxic ingredients; contact dermatitis.


Crest Tartar Control Toothpaste
– (Procter & Gamble. Inc.)

Labeled Toxic Ingredients:
FD&C BLUE #1, Carcinogenic.
SACCHARIN, Carcinogenic.
FLUORIDE, Possibly carcinogenic.

Alberto VO5 Conditioner (Essence of Neutral Henna)


Labeled Toxic Ingredients:

FORMALDEHYDE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; contact dermatitis and sensitizer.
POLYSORBATE 80, Generally contaminated with the carcinogen 1,4-dioxane.
FD&C RED #4, Carcinogenic.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of undisclosed ingredients; contact dermatitis.

Clairol Nice ‘n Easy (Permanent Haircolor) (Clairol. Inc.)


Labeled Toxic Ingredients:

QUATERNlUM-15, Formaldehyde-releaser; carcinogenic; neurotoxic; contact dermatitis and sensitizer.
DIETHANOLAMINE (DEA), Carcinogenic; also interacts with nitrites to form a carcinogenic nitrosamine.
PHENYLENE-DIAMINES, Includes carcinogens and other ingredients inadequately tested for carcinogenicity; contact dermatitis.
PROPYLENE GLYCOL, Contact dermatitis.
FRAGRANCE, Wide range of undisclosed ingredients; contact dermatitis.

NOTE: Also evidence of causal relation to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma and other cancers.

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS

Ajax Cleanser (Colgate-Palmolive. Inc.)


Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients:

CRYSTALLINE SILICA, Carcinogenic; eye, skin and lung irritant.

NOTE: Carcinogenicity of silica is admitted in 1994 Material Safety and Data Sheet (MSDS).
(Manufacturer claims to have reduced silica levels since 1993.)

Zud Heavy Duty Cleanser (Reckitt & Colman. Inc.)

Unlabeled Toxic Ingredient:

CRYSTALLINE SILICA, Carcinogenic; eye, skin and lung irritant. (Carcinogenicity is denied in Material Safety and Data Sheet.)

Lysol Disinfectant Spray (Reckitt & Colman. Inc.)


Labeled or Unlabeled Toxic Ingredient:

ORTHOPHENYLPHENOL (OPP): Carcinogenic; irritant. (Carcinogenicity is denied in Material Safety and Data Sheet.)
See article on the truth about disinfectants and suggested alternatives!

Zodiac Cat & Dog Flea Collar (Sandoz Agro. Inc).

Labeled Toxic Ingredient

PROPOXUR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic.

Ortho Weed-B-Gon Lawn Weed Killer (Monsanto Co.)

Labeled Toxic Ingredient

SODIUM 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETATE (2,4-D), Carcinogenic with evidence of casual relation to lymphoma, soft tissue sarcoma and other cancers ; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin.

FOOD

Beef Frankfurters – (eg. Oscar Mayer Foods Corporation)

Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients
BENZENE HEXACHLORIDE, Carcinogenic.
DACTHAL, Carcinogenic (can be contaminated with dioxin); irritant; strong sensitizer.
DIELDRIN, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
DDT, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
HEPTACHLOR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin; xenoestrogen.
HEXACHLOROBENZENE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; teratogenic.
LINDANE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; damage to blood forming cells.
HORMONES: Carcinogenic and feminizing.
ANTIBIOTICS: Some are carcinogenic, cause allergies and drug resistance.

Labeled Ingredient
NITRITE, Interacts with meat amines to form carcinogenic nitrosamines which are a major risk factor for childhood cancers.

Whole Milk – (eg. Borden or Lucerne)


Unlabeled Toxic Ingredients

DDT, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
DIELDRIN, Carcinogenic; xenoestrogen.
HEPTACHLOR, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin; xenoestrogen.
HEXACHLOROBENZENE, Carcinogenic; neurotoxic; reproductive toxin.
ANTIBIOTICS: Some are carcinogenic, cause allergies and drug resistance.
RECOMBINANT BOVINE GROWTH HORMONE and IGF-1: Also, risk factor for breast, colon and prostate cancers.

Safer Alternative:
rBGH-free Organic skim milk
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“What is particularly galling about the “Dirty Dozen”, emphasized Ralph Nader, “is that these toxic chemicals don’t have to be there. Yet these corporations continue to expose people to health hazards unnecessarily”.

Current product labeling provides no warning for cancer and other chronic health risks. Food is labeled for cholesterol, but not for carcinogens. Cosmetics are labeled for major ingredients, but not for those that form carcinogens or contain carcinogenic contaminants. Except for pesticides, household products contain no information on their ingredients.

Cancer rates are skyrocketing. Currently, more than one-third of all of us will develop cancer in our lifetime, and one-fourth will die from the disease. Many cancers are due to avoidable exposures to industrial carcinogens in the food we eat, and the cosmetics and household products we use.

For more information, see: Steinman, D. and Epstein, S.S.

The Safe Shopper’s Bible, Macmillan/IDG 1995, New York, NY (800-434-3422)

Epstein, S.S. The Politics of Cancer Revisited, East Ridge Press 1998, Hankins, NY (845-887-6467).

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Hopefully this has gotten the message across that just because these products sit on store shelves, do not guarantee it’s safe to use. These are 12 of the thousands of products that have not been tested alone or in conjunction. We’d like to add one more to this product hall-of-shame.

Most Brand-Name Laundry Detergents

These are commonly loaded with extremely toxic chemicals. Residues of these chemicals are left on your clothes and are absorbed by your skin and evaporated into the air where they could be breathed in. In a study conducted by Clemson University, 2% of a fabric’s weight comes from laundry detergent. It was found that this is equivalent to a full scoop of laundry detergent that is accumulated on the clothing wash after wash. And the skin absorbs 75% of what any fat soluble substances that are on the surface within 26 seconds, specially during perspiration. In addition to this, most consumers would be surprised to find that even ‘Green’ labeled detergents contain toxic ingredients. Read: The Truth About Laundry Detergents.

Hidden Toxic Ingredients
Linear alkyl sodium sulfonates (LAS)
or ‘anionic surfactants’, carcinogenic, reproductive toxins
Petroleum Distillates, carcinogenic, cause lung damage, lung inflammation and damage to mucous membranes.
Phenols, toxic to central nervous system, heart, blood vessels, lungs and kidneys.
Sodium hypochlorite (household bleach):
When it reacts with organic materials in the environment, carcinogenic and toxic compounds are created than can cause reproductive, endocrine and immune system disorders.

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Very Helpful Links:
The Story of Cosmetics -a great place to start informing yourself about the truths and dangers of personal care products.
EWG’s Skin Deep – search for any personal care product you own to find its toxicity levels.
http://www.saferchemicals.org – diverse groups united by their common concern about toxic chemicals in our homes, places of work, and products we use every day.
http://healthychild.org/– protecting the most vulnerable from toxins.

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1. artrestorationdesign | August 5, 2017 at 4:24 pm

That’s why you should go vegan or at least vegetarian

2. Nancy | August 2, 2017 at 5:42 pm

I have MDS. What products have benzene in them??

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5. Anna | April 17, 2017 at 8:08 am

Thanks for sharing..

6. Sooper | March 26, 2017 at 7:30 am

I recently found out about Carcinogens and they are very scary. I had no idea so many things had it, I read an article about them being in some cosmetics products https://www.mapleholistics.com/blog/does-your-shampoo-contain-carcinogens/

7. Sandra Hawley-Kutzke | March 13, 2017 at 12:49 am

I am beyond thankful for the day a friend introduced me to a store that I now shop at where none of the products contain harmful chemicals, no child proof caps (don’t need them)…. #feelingblessed

8. Laura M | August 2, 2017 at 7:58 pm

What store is it?? Is it a chain??

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20. manydoglady | May 22, 2016 at 4:04 pm

I was made so sick by its use by the custodian after school, I could not do my job as a teacher properly. I asked the custodian to not use it – thought it was the fragrance, but was told by the Principal via the school district’s attorney that in spite of a doctor’s note, they did not have to accommodate me. They said schools were public places, so could do as they wanted. However, that turned out not to be true.

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38. Conscious Nourishment | September 12, 2013 at 10:58 pm

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40. Therese | May 19, 2013 at 11:56 pm

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41. Debby Smith | February 27, 2013 at 8:56 pm

FYI go to the poison control site and check out the 2011 report and the last 10 years. Cosmetic/personal care and household cleaners are #2and # 3 on the top 25 list of calls and poisonings. Deaths among children 5 and under 4 from household cleaners, 2 from chemicals, 1 from cosmetic/personal care that’s 7 that should not be… Pregnant women household cleaners and cosmetic/personal care on top 25 list household cleaners was #2 we need to do something! We can make a difference one home at a time!

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43. Ginny Weatherwax-Timmerman | February 11, 2013 at 4:19 pm

Well I guess I will just go eat my cancer causing bacon and sausage oh and anything you eat off the grill

44. Ilsa Wood | December 23, 2015 at 8:53 pm

Hi, you dont need to worry… Just look for natural meat, raised without hormones or antibiotics.. Also mane sure it is free of nitrates or other additives. Better yet, fond a local farm or farmer’s market, and get your animal products from them

45. ‘Rass” | February 11, 2013 at 12:49 am

Anything connected to Ralph Nader has to be suspicious. I have been using Baby powder all my life and no cancer. I will continue to use it. As a famous actor once said ” If your born to drown you’ll never hang”

46. sylvia | February 10, 2013 at 11:28 pm

I live in Nova Scotia and there are plenty of stores that sell all natural products. You have to set your mind to turning around your life it’s your choice. Sobey’s a local store here sells quite a few products that will help the earth and start making you feel healthier. I buy all natural tooth paste,making my own face cleanser and many other things There is so much garbage out there. You must educated yourself start now.

47. R. DAMBROGIO | September 30, 2013 at 4:46 pm

Don’t be fooled that “all natural” equals heathy and earth friendly. For example, talcum powder mentioned above as a carcinogen is a natural material mined from the earth. Also, you might feel emotional satisfaction in making your own toothpaste, cleansers, etc. However, these home brews might be just as dangerous or even more harmful to your health if you don’t understand what you’re mixing and the potential interactions.

48. Psimms | February 10, 2013 at 5:18 pm

Go to http://www.ewg.org and http://www.ewg.org/skindeep to learn more about the household and personal care products you and your family uses. Very eye opening. Obtw…. Europe has banned most of the ingredients that the US still allows to be used in our products. Why? Cheaper and more profit to the shareholder. Do your research!

49. April Anderson-Becker | February 9, 2013 at 10:05 pm

And that is why I make my own laundry soap

50. Char Hammond | January 16, 2014 at 4:25 am

I also used to make my own laundry soap.Now I use the green ball and I have wonderful results with it.I also use the Nellie Drier Balls.You can get these at London Drugs.I can’t believe how much soap the laundry ball took out.Believe me, it’s fantastic .

51. Ilsa Wood | December 23, 2015 at 8:57 pm

What is a green ball, and how does it take soap out of your clothes?

52. Rebel Siren | February 9, 2013 at 6:43 pm

Great list! Add to that, all produce, foods, and products made from GMOs and petroleum byproducts! Thanks for the information!

53. Chad | February 9, 2013 at 4:58 pm

Who conducted the study that concluded these products specifically cause cancer ruling out all other factors. The problem with a person who has a little bit of knowledge is often times they don’t realize how limited that knowledge is, so they start arriving at conclusions that aren’t based on science and pass those mislead assumptions off as scientific fact to anyone who will listen. Case in point, look at all the posts below from people who are prepared to change a number of products they buy because they read something online and really have no idea how accurate the information is. And P.S. I have no affiliation to any of these companies personally or professionally.

54. ‘Rass” | February 11, 2013 at 12:51 am

55. Terri | May 4, 2013 at 10:52 am

AHH, a rational mind!

56. Denny | June 14, 2017 at 3:00 pm

And sometimes the problem is that people assume the information is incorrect for the same reason. You asked a fair question but then proceeded with your conclusion as though your assumption that the research is flawed is correct without anything more than your own limited knowledge to back that up, either.

57. Gabriel (@gabbsPanama) | February 9, 2013 at 1:23 pm

There is no no definite proof that TALC causes cancer. (http://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancercauses/othercarcinogens/athome/talcum-powder-and-cancer) So even if there’s some “risk” of it on it, the title is misleading and makes me doubt about any of the other products as carcinogens.

58. mike4johnson | February 9, 2013 at 11:21 am

Nobody on this planet is using DDT in agriculture, nobody is producing anymore in the last 20 years, you can’t find on the market, you can’t find on pesticide producers and distributors. it is banned and disappeared 20 years ago.

59. Dr_No | February 9, 2013 at 4:17 am

You asshats are effing nuts. In case you can’t figure it out, you and your unfunded political mandates for ‘information’ like this are one of the drivers that raise prices for everyone for everything while accomplishing absolutely nothing. You think maybe some nice lab is going to just do testing for all these things for free? No. You plan to force manufacturers to pay for the testing and then force them to relabel their products for consumers who could care less and won’t read the label you forced the manufacturer to place on the product. Net result: Increased costs to everyone with no net benefit to anyone except the testing lab and your friends. It’s people like you who elect people like Nanny Bloomberg and Moochelle Obama to positions of power so as to indirectly enforce your tyrannical little Leftist wet dreams on those of us who realize and accept that life has never been – and will never be – risk-free. You need to get a life, accept reality, and grow up.

60. President_No | February 11, 2013 at 7:24 pm

Wake up you wanker …

61. cecilia gross | June 11, 2013 at 7:37 pm

as far as I know, Michelle Obama wasn’t elected to anything. grow up.

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63. batzilla | February 8, 2013 at 12:10 am

Everything causes cancer, get used to it.

64. jang | February 12, 2013 at 12:19 pm

not every thing cause cancer .i came from a country were the cancer rate is very low , we do not use any off that stuff . most of our stuff made from coconut .. . like coconut oil coconut sugar coconut powder and many many more thing .and we use lot of baking soda , that ‘s what the poor man use .

65. KnowBetter | December 18, 2013 at 6:20 am

Amen. Polluting corporations manufacturing this crap manipulate the masses of ignorant Americans.

66. Deb | February 7, 2013 at 7:44 pm

Sharing , thanks for the info. The world is getting worse everyday on health issues and products.

67. Bob | November 5, 2012 at 10:31 pm

You guys can use vinegar for cleaning you know. Also, make your own underarm, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner at home with healthy natural ingredients! You do not need to buy this crap from stores at all. Save your money and use your brain people!

68. Dee | February 8, 2013 at 3:56 pm

Just now received this, it is awful what we as Americans are doing to our bodies and our environment. Yes vinegar has many benefits but so does “water”…healthy for drinking, cleaning, disinfecting and yes many ways to make your own healthy natural daily use products.

69. Betty Knutson (@optimalskincare) | February 27, 2013 at 5:32 pm

Get a ‘real clean’ with JUST water and Norwex microfiber cloths and mops! Safe and effective! See it, feel it, breathe it and BE it!

70. Joe Liberty | February 9, 2013 at 1:46 pm

Vinegar is made from GMO corn, try again bud

71. Bario | April 11, 2013 at 6:14 pm

72. Cristi | February 28, 2013 at 7:43 pm

Do you have recipes for all of this?

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75. wouldntyouliketoknow | June 30, 2012 at 6:04 pm

someone tell me something that does not cause cancer…

76. Julie | February 8, 2013 at 12:49 am

77. angi | February 9, 2013 at 3:48 pm

baking soda and vinegar! it’s all u need for all your cleaning needs, can be ingested and some have even cured cancers with it.

78. craig | February 9, 2013 at 5:17 pm

79. Rachel | June 1, 2012 at 3:52 pm

It so great to see more exposure on the wide range of toxins present in everyday items used and consumed by the trusting and ignorant population. As a concerned consumer trying my darnedest to eradicate these toxins from my life and stay informed about these atrocious ingredients and companies, I am overwhelmed with concern about how these ingredients have found a safe house to exist and be used in our society and why these sick companies and the people who run them are able to get away with doing so? When are governments and people going to take the same stand against this as they do with anti smoking campaigns. Are they not the same problem? Is it not the same as when a doctor promoted the health benefits of smoking to Johnson & Johnson guilting parents into using their wonderfully soft cancer talcum powder on their new born baby. Why do we think only one of these scenarios are wrong? I really do hope all us actively conscious humans an start making a difference…for everyone.

80. radon winston salem | March 27, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Wow I had no idea baby powder can cause problems, I just put a radon system in my home for the fact that radon gas causes lung cancer and kills over 20K people a year! Now that I have looked at your list I am going to have to be careful about what products I use and how I use them! Thanks for all the advice!

83. prettyamphetamine | January 23, 2012 at 1:06 pm

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84. lantanagurl | January 22, 2012 at 3:24 pm

85. Ruth | January 7, 2012 at 7:33 pm

If we don’t wake up and see what Obama is doing to this country, we will be happy to be socialists, and flee to Europe to get out of the U. s. that he is trying to create. He wants to be King, and bypasses Congress to push his agenda. The most dangerous president in history. Mark my words……….

86. kozi2005 | January 11, 2012 at 2:17 am

Fox “News” is poisoning your brain Ruth. Maybe we can add that to the list.

87. r | February 8, 2013 at 9:37 pm

So weird, I dont think Ruth realizes the amount of socialism and communism that is still lingering around Europe, or the fact that every single one of these products preceeds Obama being in diapers.

88. Lee Ann Forrest | February 9, 2013 at 5:03 pm

Ruth, do you even know what a socialist is? Stop buying into the BS that Fox and others are selling… it’s all cheap political rhetoric that has nothing to do with what’s really happening in our society. And don’t be afraid of Obama, be afraid of the big banks, the mega-corporations, and the filthy rich guys who are secretly running the country.

89. Sheila Zimmer | February 10, 2013 at 7:06 pm

Ruth has a screw loose…..Read and don’t watch Faux News.

90. Raine | January 19, 2012 at 3:38 pm

so I guess you’re a fan of George W. Bush. Really you should get your head out od your a**. Obama is trying to clean up an eight year mess did you think he had a wand to change our economy overnight? Do you buy made in the USA? Or do you buy crap made in China and other places? You may be part of the problem that you are complaining about. Look at yourself and what you can do before you go pointing fingers.

91. tj | February 10, 2013 at 3:54 am

92. Lisa Foss | January 21, 2012 at 9:10 pm

What the hell does this have to do with the article?

93. KAREN ORTEGA | January 23, 2012 at 2:57 am

Obama. We’re talking about baby powder and laundry detergents. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing…pure ignorance is frightening. Get educated.

94. June Bug | November 14, 2012 at 3:33 pm

this has nothing to do with cancer and toothpaste.

95. Mary | February 9, 2013 at 3:36 pm

what does your opinion of Obama have to do with this article?

96. Nancy | February 10, 2013 at 1:01 am

Some people just can’t get past his becoming President and being reelected. They just listen to Faux News and Rush and Glenn and call it gospel. I feel sorry for the people that blame everything that is wrong with the country and the world on him. If he has to push his agenda through without Congress, so be it. The Right has made it very clear that we can forget about anything good being done because it might have the appearance that the President has more intelligence than all of the GOP/RIGHT put together.

97. Maggie | February 11, 2013 at 2:25 pm

Well none of that is based in reality at all, nor does it have ANYTHING to do with this article. Your level of ignorance/ being uninformed is embarrassing.

98. cecilia gross | June 11, 2013 at 7:42 pm

Hey crazy Ruth…your cancer is going to be caused by the negativity floating through your veins. stop blaming our black president for the world’s woes. all of this didn’t happy overnight. you will probably develop cancer because you have vicious hate cells…so sorry for your limited view of life.

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100. Wayne | December 31, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Wow. Impressed of this list. And you would think that these products would actually be harmless! So many people don’t know of this.

101. Cass Cascadia | December 23, 2011 at 5:12 pm

Cancer rates are not “skyrocketing.” Obesity is skyrocketing. Cancer rates are actually declining slowly, mostly in response to lower rates of cigarette smoking. New diagnoses for all types of cancer combined in the United States decreased, on average, almost 1 percent per year from 1999 to 2006. Cancer deaths decreased 1.6 percent per year from 2001 to 2006.

There are a lot of things wrong with this article, starting with the title. What does “Top 12 cancer-causing products” mean? Most of these products do not have nearly the cancer causing potential of cigarettes or radon, which are found in many homes. And you can bet the sun, and human estrogen, which are both carcinonogenic, cause a lot more cancers than talcum powder.

I’m as concerned about cancer prevention as anyone, but this article is a little misleading.

102. Nunya | December 30, 2011 at 4:26 am

My mother is a smoker and was a talc user. She has smoked for over 40 years and no lung cancer etc. She used a perfumed powder on her vagina and has battled ovarian, uterine, and vaginal cancer 3 times. Many people are unaware that talc is so cancerous to the vagina as it is not as openly discussed in polite company. While this ad is it’s own propaganda to sell a laundry product, it is stating things some people might not be aware of. Before you condemn it, it should be praised at least for passing on the information so people can make more informed decisions.

103. Kristen | June 11, 2013 at 11:42 pm

Smoking doesn’t only cause lung cancer. Check out the list. Cervical cancer is on there too. http://www.greenfacts.org/en/tobacco/2-tobacco-smoking/2-tobacco-smoking-tobacco.htm

104. Barbara | January 22, 2012 at 8:53 pm

I agree, people don’t read critically and believe everything they hear. You comment is well thought out and well said.

105. Billie | December 22, 2011 at 5:49 am

I’m constantly amazed at what we find out! My family has chosen to change our eating to try to FEEL better. Within 2 weeks of following including MUCH more live food with the lifestyle we live now we all have better energy but the side effect was both my son and hubby lost 35 pounds. I always ate this way and never had a weight issue. I use Snap green cleaning products because of my sensitivity to scents. You can see them at PaidToShopSmart.com but I’ve found I no longer have issues with cleaning and we are all FEELING better. WE control how we live, if we are aware we can improve our health.

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107. Lee Coe | January 21, 2012 at 8:09 pm

Use Stevia as a sweetner. All natural, desicated leaf of a plant that grows in your yard. It is sold in many grocery stores. It’s in a light green packet and the packet will sweeten 2 cups of tea or coffee. Nothing harmful in it!!

108. Geo. | February 8, 2013 at 6:43 pm

but tastes awefull

109. Brian Hatch | December 21, 2011 at 11:13 am

I have no doubt that saccharin in the pink little packages caused my mothers death. She died in 2006 from leukemia (cancer of the blood).

110. Sandy Graham | December 20, 2011 at 9:55 pm

Now they are saying that arsenic has been put into Orange Juice and Apple Juice all kinds of juice. Not only that they inject chickens to last longer with Formaldehyde. Something should be done immediately about the toxic chemicals added to our food.

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115. Douglas Yost | June 29, 2011 at 1:18 pm

Most of these products we knew had nasty chemicals in them. The cancer causing properties of talcum powder caught me by surprise.

116. brendakidd | June 16, 2011 at 4:42 pm

Procter And Gamble Main Ingredient that Is In Embalming Fluid Is In The Living Consumers Bodies Nationwide…

Consumers have inhaled, ingested, and absorbed through the skin, formaldehyde, the main chemical ingredient in Embalming Fluid.

Please click on the above link or copy and paste it in your browser and click enter to sign the Petition: By Choice For Procter & Gamble To Take The Contaminants Out Of Their Products.

A small amount of formaldehyde is added to preservatives, sanitisings, disinfectants and additives, which are mixed together to form a mixture, known as embalming fluid.

Although Formaldehyde is the main ingredient/contaminant in embalming fluid, it was not name an ingredient in consumers’ household products, personal care products and baby products, etc…

But, as of the middle part of 2011, formaldehyde has now been named a chemical that causes cancer, by the Federal Government. Currently, formaldehyde is not listed on most of the product labels.

When this mixture is injected into corpses (dead people) arterial, it stiffens and hardens the muscles and the skin, as well as, prevents the corpses from decomposition.
This formaldehyde mixture will change a sickles, very thin, sagging skin, even an open mouth, bruise body at the time of death, back to his or her original size and appearance, over a high, percentage of the time.

Unlike what it does to decease bodies, formaldehyde will damage the neurological connectors in living bodies.

Formaldehyde will irritate the human nose, human eyes, human throat and human lungs.

Household chemicals namely formaldehyde can cause humans to have the following health problems: Ear infections, depression, asthma, vomiting, laryngitis, mental confusion, skin reactions, joint pain, disorientation, sleep disturbances, headaches, fatigue, nausea, phlebitis, dizziness, panic attacks, cardiovascular problems, bed wetting and anxiety attacks.

Infants, toddlers, elderly, women who work in the home/stay at home moms and chronically ill people have even a higher death rate from cancer cause by formaldehyde and other chemicals and contaminants, than people working outside the home, because they spend more time in the home.

Many chemicals that are used in products have not been tested for negative side effects, and mostly, none of the chemicals have been tested in combination with other chemicals.

The FDA oversees personal care products and regulates them once they are on the market. There is no stamp of approval beforehand.

Labeling for Procter and Gamble products are done by Procter and Gamble/manufacturers. Do you think for a second, that they will list anything that they don’t have to, as well as, other companies, too?

Formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane are not only found in children and adults products, they are found in other products too.

Below are some of the products, which contain formaldehyde, 1,4-dioxane and other chemicals and contaminants.

Toothpaste/a small amount of toothpaste with formaldehyde in it and other chemicals can kill or harm a child, fluoride, shampoo, baby products, cosmetics, mouthwash, cleaning products, hair setting lotions, hairspray, pharmaceutical drugs, over the counter medications, perfumes, fingernail polish, fungicides use on fruit trees have cause babies to be born with very tiny eyes or no eyes, pesticides, air fresheners desensitize your nerves in your nose so you can’t smell, laundry spray starch, dry cleaning clothing, moth balls, floor polishes, antiperspirants, waxes, furniture polish, shaving cream, laundry detergents, tide is the main polluter, tide, tide free, ivory snow gentle, gain 2x ultra, cheer bright clean detergent, era 2x ultra, nail polish remover, insect repellent, hair styling gel and mousse, window cleaners, baby powder with talc, crest tartar control toothpaste, lysol disinfectant, clairol nice-n-easy hair color, head and shoulder shampoo, pantene shampoo, herbal essence shampoo, vo5 hair conditioner, ajax cleanser, Palmolive dish liquid, chlorine, bleach is linked to breast cancer and behavioral problems in our children and reproductive problems in men, wax paper, Tupperware/plastic has cause kidney and liver damage, coffee, money, permanent press clothing, carpet have caused kidney and liver damage, tobacco, dawn dishwashing detergent and easy off. Mobile home smell and New car smell…

Cancer is the number one cause of death for children of all ages. Cancer rates have almost double since the 60’s. The above products that are mix with chemicals and contaminants are killing us all.

Children as well as adults have been exposed to this chemical, formaldehyde, which causes cancer, and the above products, along with other dangerous chemicals and contaminants.

Household chemicals namely formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane and other chemicals and contaminants can cause consumers to have severe health problems.

Formaldehyde is linked to birth defects, psychological abnormalities, cancer and allergies.

Below are some of the diseases, which are related to formaldehyde the main ingredient in embalming fluid. Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, lupus, depression, hormonal problems, Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, circulatory disorders, irritable bowel syndrome and arthritis.

Formaldehyde: This powerful embalming fluid ingredient is in Procter and Gamble products and it is a known carcinogen by the Federal Government. Formaldehyde causes cancer in consumers nationwide.

However, some chemicals that are known to be carcinogens, names are often disguised by using many innocuous names. To confuse the consumers even more some chemicals are listed under many different synonyms names. Furthermore, contaminants do not have to be listed on the product labels.

Procter and Gamble you know that harmful, unwanted, cancer is appearing in consumers and their children bodies from chemicals and contaminants, which are in your products. But, you along with other companies,’ don’t have an antidote for it. Cancer can be medically treated, but it can’t be reversed.
Once cancer appears in your body, and goes into remission, there is always a chance that it will come back.

Stop purchasing Procter and Gamble, as well as, other company’s everyday use of some of their baby products, household cleaning products, household cooking products, plastic containers products and cosmetics products, until proven changes are made.

Procter and gamble and other companies, you must make your products formaldehyde free, 1,4-dioxane free, and all other dangerous hazard toxic chemicals and contaminants free, free, free….

117. Aaron | December 22, 2011 at 6:52 pm

instead of complaining and signing petitions just stop buying the products altogether. if no one buys it they will not make it. plain and simple.

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119. Richard | May 15, 2011 at 2:26 pm

To Cynthia who brought up the notion that “Bush ruined the country”……you’re an idiot.

120. jjj3735 | May 15, 2011 at 2:37 am

who cares! my grandparents ate and were subject to far worse and they’re still kickin’ at 90+! GET OVER IT GREENIES!

121. cares | May 16, 2011 at 9:52 pm

…and they used lye in their soap which they scrubbed their entire body with on a daily basis…inhaled fumes from non-regulated poison spewing vehicles…ate BUTTER (GASP!) baked with LARD…in many instances drank unpasteurized milk…
I agree. Everything in moderation. If you want to be go green in your own family, good for you, but STOP pushing your particular lifestyle as the only, very best one.
I’ll step down off my heavily scented soapbox now and continue to pray that my co-workers in the cubicles around me don’t stop using deodorant since those ingredients are carcinogenic as well. Geez…

122. April | December 21, 2011 at 7:17 am

but our grandparents DID know better! i eat grass fed organic butter, drink raw organic grass fed milk.
now in our food and body products, these companies are putting JUNK into it that our grandparents did NOT have.. High fructose corn syrup is something our grandparents didn’t eat as a kid! same with body products. if there are proven safer alternatives, why would you continue to use the crap.

123. cassi | May 10, 2011 at 7:06 pm

although the article is of a valid and important matter…it is also from September of 1995. keep that in mind. it’s possible a lot of these products have changed, or maybe not, but just thought i should point out that this info and article was released back in 1995, as shown on the CPC dirty dozen website.

124. reva | May 10, 2011 at 3:39 pm

can’t believe whait i read and see for my own eyes i use some of the products listed in the top 12 . the are going to be returned for disposed of. wow had no idea thanks for the information.

125. Monica | May 10, 2011 at 1:10 am

Order Molly’s Suds Liquid or Powder Laundry soap. It’s fabulous and no toxic or hidden toxic ingredients! Vegan and Cruelty Free!! It is ideal for those with sensitive skin and safe for the whole family including pet bedding!

126. Teresa | May 9, 2011 at 5:56 pm

I’ve been using Melaleuca products for the past 6 years. I had developed chemical sensitivities to the point I had migraines just smelling any strong scent from perfumes or cleaning products! I can shop for all my household needs, laundry, cleaning, personal care, dental, vitamins … all in one shopping trip. My chemical issues disappeared after switching, I know my health is better for it, and so is my familys health! I do not trust these large manufacturers anymore…when profit is taken over the consumers health…that’s where I draw the line!!

127. the pondwhelk | May 7, 2011 at 1:42 pm

i use ‘Oatly’, to replace milk: its a milk substitute made from organic oats, and tastes at least as good as soya milk(which i’ve drunk for the last 20 years). as detergent in the washing machine, for clothes, i use Ecover washing-up liquid: just a teaspoonful. it’s far less abrasive than washing machine detergent powders, and woollen things come out as soft as cashmere. i don’t use makeup, but am still trying to find a sourace of soft soap instead of shampoo. it’s good to get used to a little dirt round the house: nothing squalid, but just the natural deposits living leaves behind. we’re not squeaky clean organisms, and it isn’t healthy to try to be so. the recent use of antiseptic wipes everywhere is a very bad idea, on the whole.

128. alice | May 7, 2011 at 12:34 pm

This is such a deceptive article. It is pushing the sale of a product, probably a very nice product I’m sure, by using scare tactics. The first clue is the use of the term “giant corporations” as if they are out to get us!
Cancer rates are NOT sky rocketing. The are more cases reported because we live longer and don’t die from other causes. Detection methods are better. We are more cancer aware and we talk about it more than a generation or two ago would. It used to be that cancer was not discussed, it was something to be embarrassed about. Now we talk very freely about it and sadly some use it as a badge of honor and a fund raising, profit making tool.
I am not saying we should abuse our bodies and our environment and our planet BUT we have to use common sense about the way we live.

129. Guest | August 27, 2011 at 7:58 am

True at the end it offers that super expensive laundry ball, but i dont think it was a deceptive article using scare tactics. I think it was mostly supplying information. True information can be scary but they just stated facts. Fact is it is a scary world once you are awake and realize what’s going on…

130. Neil Dunlop | December 19, 2013 at 7:35 pm

Agreed, this is a scare ’em up. If they started by telling us that they had a better product that did not contain common carcinogens, even in very small quantities, and THEN invited us to click on a link to a description of what was in other products, their points might be acceptable. As it is, they try to scare the unwary and then offer a costly solution. We all are living longer because we have access to products that are largely safe and available at prices that people can afford. Take great care when you knock those benefits. Most readers are simply likely to lose trust and live in fear when they read this stuff, while not being able to afford anything that improves their life. That is a not a good place for them to be; on average, they are likely to live a long time doing what they are already doing – that is a clear, well verified statistic.

131. smartklean | December 23, 2013 at 8:33 pm

We do not intend to scare our readers. It’s simply raising awareness to topics that are causing suffering to people and our environment. And it’s incredibly easy to find healthier alternatives for all these products with a simple search on Google. The article is based on the truth of popular products the masses find safe and acceptable for their homes. It is up to the reader to do their own research and find products that are safe and affordable for their household. On this same blog, one can find DIY (do it yourself) cleaning recipes to make at home with simple natural ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda, lemon, corn starch, essential oils, etc. One simply has to LOOK. There are thousands upon thousands of other blogs that list the same information for cleaning products, personal hygiene products, and safer food products. If one loses trust and lives in fear, that is because they decided to stay in that state of mind and chooses to continue making brands, government, institutions, manufacturers, etc. responsible for their own health. The message: you are responsible for your own health.

132. Bev | May 5, 2011 at 5:11 am

Alpenrose milk in Portland, OR is not treated with rBGH either.
For laundry, if I need extra cleaning power, I add baking soda and salt. The salt scours out the smells of towels or sweat on undershirts. I use hot water for the towels. I haven’t put salt in perm. press, etc. just the towels. I am for sure gong to check my labels!

133. Reneé | May 4, 2011 at 4:16 am

Not sure if the example products came from you or Nader…but for “milk”, Lucerne is one of the companies that has a “from cows not treated with rBGH” notice on the label. I don’t know about their other practices but you might want to reconsider lumping them in with the bad guys at least on that account.

134. Erin | May 3, 2011 at 10:40 pm

All the more reasons to use Greener Living Soap Nuts!

135. MaryClare | May 3, 2011 at 4:04 am

Polysorbate 80 was mentioned above as an ingredient, however, it is also a reproductive sterilization chemical known as Tween 80, found in Bluebell ice cream for ex….it is included in the Gardasil vaccine and the H1N1 flu shot and is now found in vaccines being shipped to 3rd world countries for population control thanks to Bill Gates, Ted Turner, and other plutocrats.

3,587 miscarriages in the U.S. have been attributed to the use of polysorbate 80 in the H1N1 flu shot being administered to pregnant women.

136. Sabrina Ellison | May 2, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Please contact me if you purchased one of these products and would like to join a class action lawsuit against these companies.

137. TJ | May 2, 2011 at 1:45 am

Bad news, Arbonne is actually quite toxic also. Do your research.

138. Wellness Advocate | May 1, 2011 at 7:11 pm

Thank you so much for raising awareness and sharing this information! At this time 7 out of 10 people are suffering with at least 1 chronic disease and many of them could be prevented if we choose non-toxic products. Consumers need to know that there are companies that care as much about people as profits and are committed to making 100% toxin free products that are safe for our families and our environment.

139. Michele | May 1, 2011 at 3:39 am

While it is pretty scary what is in some of our foods, cosmetics, skincare and cleaning products there are some awesome alternatives out there. For those interested and concerned about what is in their cosmetic and skincare products you might want to check out http://www.arbonne.ca Arbonne carries botanically based skincare, cosmetic and wellness products. The products don’t contain any animal products or by-products, no formaldehyde-donating preservatives as well as not petroleum based ingredients. Check it out or ask me for more information on any of the products and where they can be purchased. It is a great alternative to what’s out there!

140. Trina | May 4, 2011 at 2:13 pm

Perhaps a great alternative, but you’ll have to remortgage your house in order to use them consistently. I make all my own cosmetics… it takes up a couple hours a week but overall I’ve saved a ton of money and I feel good about the things I put on my skin.

141. Kelly | April 30, 2011 at 5:31 pm

I also wanted to suggest Biokleen products. I use that product a lot myself. I use their laundry detergent and a bottle is 128 loads if HE. I think I might have gotten more out of it than that. It only requires a tablespoon per load. I think it works great.

I’m currently trying out their dish soap, they say can also be used as a hand soap and dog wash! It’s detergent is made from grapefruit (same as the laundry soap). I also use it to wash my fruits and vegetables.

142. Kelly | April 30, 2011 at 5:16 pm

I use Method brand for most of my cleaning products around the house now. Much better for us and the environment compared to other cleaners, they smell great, they aren’t that expensive, and they’re available at places like Target!

They also make things like hand soap, dish soap, a something similar to a swiffer. You can google to find their website. Just try “Method Cleaner” or something similar.

I will agree that making your own products is still best, no packaging to toss out/recycle and harmless ingredients. But the average person probably won’t want to take the time or effort.

143. Spud | April 30, 2011 at 11:09 am

In so far as silica dust being harmful , best not go outside anymore, as silica dust is in every breath you take. Oh my.
If SHTF this kind of thought is going to be hard on all you shut ins that are afraid of the natural world. Your immune system will not develop without exposure folks. Just a thought.
All things in moderation guys.

144. Linda | May 10, 2011 at 9:45 am

I do better outside than inside. When you have people that do their wash with pinesol and the apartment building reeks and migraines and vomiting start you start getting informed. Been sick for 12 years dealing with fragrance. Fragrance can have hundreds of untested chemicals. It is not the products I use, it is the products others are using now that cause so much suffering.

You have no idea how many are so sick.

145. Ethan | April 30, 2011 at 5:59 am

Another terrible product that is killing our bees’ and every other insect on the planet that comes into contact is the active ingredient used in the flea killer Advantage® Topical Solution, imidacloprid.

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148. john | April 27, 2011 at 12:38 am

… thank you. an good vibes w/ no preservatives, so use those vibes fast…

149. Richard Centner | April 25, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Ralph Nader is the Westboro Baptist Church of crisis-mongering. I plan to continue eating hot dogs; the number you’d have to consume to do serious damage to yourself is extensive. Note that one of the labels lists “DDT,” which is strange since it’s been banned for years because of Rachel Carson’s shrill and alarmist “Silent Spring,” the result of which has been the death of millions from malaria because we can’t kill the anopheles mosquito. It might surprise you to know that many of the ingredients in perfectly healthy foods (oranges, apples, soybeans, etc.) if tested individually, will prove to be carcinogenic or otherwise dangerous to your health. When you read an article like this, do you ever ask yourself why you don’t see people dropping like flies?
I eat one or two bowls of ice cream a week (to use just one example) and pour half and half on my cereal. My HDL and LDL cholesterol levels are actually better now than they were ten years ago (I’m 68). I also walk a lot and eat very little beef by taste not because of some half-truths about possible carcinogens.
I’ve taken a broad battery of allergy tests and almost all my allergies are environmental, not due to foods or chemicals, some of which were included in the tests.
One of the wiser verses in the Bible asks, “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life?” In fact, worry can shorten your life, so calm down and stop tilting at windmills.

150. nancy Caruso | April 25, 2011 at 10:11 pm

One drop of water will not break a rock, either, but many over time will.
If you research cholesterol (i suggest http://www.mercola.com), you will find that ice cream and half & half do not necessarily raise bad cholesterol levels.
And, what makes you think you live in an environmentally clean environment.
God also tells us that our bodies are His temple. Shouldn’t we do everything we can to take good care of it?? Taking care of something valuable does not mean we worry about it.

151. Deb Honer | April 27, 2011 at 2:18 am

152. wind | April 28, 2011 at 3:32 pm

always two sides to the story and Ralph is probably taking a lesson from Al Gore’s AGW fame, who took his lesson from DuPont.

The loser candidate’s guide to staying relevant:
“1. Find red button. 2. Push it.”

Good response Richard. I’ll keep eating hot dogs too. If Takeru Kobayashi dies of cancer maybe I’ll shy away then.

153. Erica Durham | May 11, 2011 at 2:13 am

thank you so much for this comment….People need to wake up a little. I understand trying to be “green” and all….but what good is toothpaste without flouride? Or TALCum powder without talc? I think that maybe people are over doing it a little and find it funny that this post is littered with “buy these green products” advertisements…

154. Weldon | May 16, 2011 at 12:58 am

The simple fact that you have environmental allergies proves you are not as healthy as you think you are. If your body wasn’t already burdened with toxins you could handle the environment. We did evolve with the environment you know? Why all of a sudden would human kind be allergic to it? Think about it?

155. Ragdollteddy | April 25, 2011 at 12:42 pm

I am not surprised that P&G has a product on this list. I’m certain there are many more because all they are interested in is the almighty dollar and they don’t care who they hurt getting it. I have boycotted P&G for over 25 years and continue to do so. FYI, they also promote Folgers coffee, IAMS and Eukanuba pet foods. Stay away from anything that puts money in their pockets.

156. Kenneth Ray | April 25, 2011 at 6:42 am

Unknowing the benefits of apricot seeds, I planted 2 apricot trees this year, just because I like apricots; and all my life. (especially fresh.)

157. sean liechti | April 25, 2011 at 2:41 am

happy Easter and earth day and thanks for posting this i knew but now i know specifically ralph your one of my heros plze share this w/ other peps

158. Rhoda | April 23, 2011 at 1:03 pm

I’ve used Ajax all my life – ditto Crest, Lysol Spray and Zud, OMG. Who knew.

159. Tim | April 22, 2011 at 4:33 pm

The answer to Cancer has been know for many years. The key is prevention however, if you have just been diagnosed or have had cancer for some time, you must start eating your apricot seeds, enzymes and more immediately. In any stage, a person should literally become a ‘born again’ eater. when the cancer is in end stages a few apricot seeds can only slow the cancer down and not fully rejuvinate person’s organs and circulatorysystem.

160. red | April 26, 2011 at 4:30 pm

really nature is so fascinating, people ask me why I started my Landscaping Gardening business. This is why. Simplicity. Apricot seeds for cancer, AMAZING. get back in touch people….a little hope, the branch of the business thats taking off is the Custom/Organic portion. People are listening…..

161. Cynthia | April 22, 2011 at 12:33 pm

Ralph Nader is responsible for Bush being elected and ruining the country. Not a her!

162. Renee | April 25, 2011 at 9:57 pm

Not true at all. The people who voted for Bush are responsible for electing him. And those who sat around and said/did nothing while he was in office are just as guilty at ruining the country. The Nader “argument” is ridiculous. The number of votes accounted for by all of the other parties – and we should be more than a two party system wouldn’t have propelled Gore into office. The popular vote is not what wins elections.
Do your homework.

163. Erica Durham | May 11, 2011 at 2:11 am

who said Bush “ruined” the country. Maybe you both need to do your homework!

164. poop typhoon | June 23, 2011 at 8:12 pm

i said he ruined the country. do you need info to cite me?

165. Sheldon | December 20, 2011 at 9:53 pm

We are in a much bigger sh*t hole now and it has nothing to do with Bush

166. Nancy | April 22, 2011 at 2:49 am

Too bad the alternatives and so-called green cleaners etc are usually double the price, which makes them a harder sell.

167. Angie | April 26, 2011 at 3:17 am

Nancy, Seventh Generation is a good product and you use less of it so it lasts longer. You can also do vinegar and water which is far less expensive.

168. C Doyle | April 22, 2011 at 12:27 am

Here in Nova Scotia we have this guide http://www.lesstoxicguide.ca/ The Guide to Less Toxic Products – It is quite helpful to making informed decisions.

169. renee pearman | April 21, 2011 at 7:05 pm

Hah! The FDA IS the problem, I’ve started calling them the Federal Death Administration. There is a petition going for our reps. to push for labeling of GMO’s on foods. (genetically modified organisims) I passed it on, forgot the site, try googeling ‘millions against monsanto’.
28 yrs. ago the EPA studied fat in people all across the country: 100% had 4 industrial solvents and 1 dioxide, 90% also had 9 other chemicals, 3 of those were dioxins and 1 furan, 83% also had an accumulation of PCB’s. Again, that was 28 yrs. ago. They concluded we were ingesting these through our soil and water.
So when I read about autisim skyrocketing and how many physical problems these little kids have besides, it sounds to me like they’ve been poisoned from the womb. This article and these web sites just confirms it. We’ve been too smart for our own good. We’ve created all these products to the detriment and even to the death of ourselves.

170. Theresa | April 25, 2011 at 11:22 pm

The problem is many people think “out of sight out of mind”, down the drain it goes…therefore it must be gone! Maybe if we didn’t have such great sewage and garbage disposal systems the world would be a cleaner place. If people’s only choice is to dispose of waste in their own backyards, how would things be different today? People would buy less junk, toxic cleaners, etc.

171. poop typhoon | June 23, 2011 at 8:11 pm

that’s false; i didn’t create them and i don’t think i would have under any circumstance.

172. smartklean | April 21, 2011 at 6:26 pm

Check out this great resource to search for the toxicity of products you use. Just type the product name and you will find all the ingredients and the toxicity levels: http://bit.ly/hRoFa2

“Our staff scientists compare the ingredients on personal care product labels and websites to information in nearly 60 toxicity and regulatory databases.”

173. SK | April 21, 2011 at 5:30 pm

What you fail to mention here is how much of these agents have to be ingested/absorbed/inhaled in order for there to be a danger. This is important information and you left it out.

174. Renee | April 25, 2011 at 9:52 pm

Seriously? You ingest hot dogs and milk. While your skin is supposed to be a barrier in many instances, it is also incredibly absorbant…gosh, gum tissue is like a sponge. Thus, hair color, toothpaste, shampoos/conditioners, and hair color chemicals are sucked in…same goes for the meds you put on your animals. And as for inhaled…when you sprinkle Ajax, the particles are inhaled. When you spray Lysol…do you hold your nose?

175. Jenny | April 26, 2011 at 11:45 am

Especially when using warm water, which opens the pores of the skin. I dont know anyone taking cold showers!

176. Cosmic Cowgirl | May 10, 2011 at 8:22 pm

Try this experiment. Weigh yourself before taking a bath/shower. Towel dry and weigh yourself after. My guess is that you have gained about a pound. Yes, the skin does have keratin which acts as barrier, but not a complete barrier. So – what exactly has been absorbed by your skin, other than the water? Chemicals.

177. Ramona | May 12, 2011 at 5:03 am

Dr. Staninger, renown toxicologist, adamantly explains that Anything you put on your skin is absorbed within 20 seconds…
Therefore, everything we come into skin contact with, has the potential of toxifying our system.
Also, our lungs have the largest surface area of any other organ, even more than skin. Breathing household chemicals and pumping our gas are by far the greatest risks to our health.
Here’s to the art of selective breathing!

178. Theresa | April 25, 2011 at 11:18 pm

Amounts don’t matter to me. I just want to know what’s in them so I can avoid them if I choose. And some of these substances are toxic even in small amounts. Some people don’t even read the labels. I saw someone cleaning silver with their bare hands with silver cleaner that contains a carcinogen. This is listed on the label in very small print. This product should not even be out there. Someone else sprays tons of Lysol spray in his bedroom, thinking that it’s healthy. These products really are unnecessary.

179. poop typhoon | June 23, 2011 at 8:06 pm

that’s called toxicology. i think it’s pretty important too.

180. Australia wants GM FREE FOOD | April 21, 2011 at 6:30 am

It is time to wake people up and not wait for governments to protect you … GO BACK TO BASICS … Bicarb and vinegar ELBOW GREASE detoxify your homes and you life and ASK for GM FREE FOOD.

181. Lisa Hill | April 21, 2011 at 2:36 am

This is shocking! Marketing and profit are more important than human life. I have used, Nice and Easy for 40 years. My father had multiple myceloma and died of it in 06. I can not believe that the FDA had not banded these products. We need to have a government that takes care of it’s people. The multiple lobbyists in Washington keep these harmful products on the market. I am sure there is allot of “payoff” for keeping this stuff out of the eyes of the public. Please spread this to all of your friends, I am. God help us!

182. Jessica F | May 16, 2011 at 2:05 pm

While I am distressed by this information I recognize that is is MY responsibility to research and use products that are healthy for my family. It is not our governments responsibility to make these choices for us. If we are aware of the problem it is our responsibility as consumers to STOP using these products and to spread the word.

183. poop typhoon | June 23, 2011 at 8:04 pm

that’s wrong; both parties must yield something toward propriety. government was made to watch-out for the governed; haven’t you seen?

184. Mark A | April 21, 2011 at 1:31 am

I live in San Francisco and I go to Whole Foods. They have products that are green and clean (chemically clean).

185. dan | April 20, 2011 at 11:16 pm

Has bleached toilet paper even been tested?

186. Links for 04/20/2011 | catholicanarchy.org™ | April 20, 2011 at 9:33 pm

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188. Matteo Troncone | April 20, 2011 at 7:33 pm

Ralph Nader is an American hero. Thank you!

189. Paul Steffen | May 15, 2011 at 12:00 am

About 20 years ago, a wise college prof. said;

“Free enterprise….the right of industry to kill off it’s customers”

190. Clayvessel | April 20, 2011 at 3:52 pm

I am curious as to why these have so many “unlabeled” ingredients? Why are they allowed to be “unlabeled?” Also, how did you find out about their presence if they are unlabeled?

191. smartklean | April 20, 2011 at 4:47 pm

Hi Clayvessel, it’s hard to even begin explaining this. It’s sad that most people are unaware that U.S chemical laws so outdated (they have not been reviewed in about 40 years) and corrupt that the only rule that seems to apply here is that basically anything goes in personal care products. The Cancer Prevention Coalition (CPC) ran lab tests and gained access to the ingredient information of these products.

Have you seen the Story of Cosmetics? – You will be amazed when watch this video! Read the article we wrote below it as well.

Also, check out SaferChemicals.org. There’s a world of information regarding the chemicals that are going into our home, bodies and environment. This is one of the best resources for information on topics like these.

HealthyChild.org is another great website filled with tons of great, eye-opening information, specially if you have children.

Stay safe and informed! Thanks for visiting our blog.

192. Linda | May 10, 2011 at 9:35 am

Many of us found out when we became ill when near most products anything with fragrance is the worse. And it is just about everything. There are hearings you can watch about how our leaders have no idea what is in our products. They need legislation to make the companies reveal their trade secrets. Millions are sick.

193. Ms. Williams | April 20, 2011 at 3:12 pm

Ok, I need to fix some things. What alternatives would you suggest for the Ajax, the hot dogs, and the house spray?

194. smartklean | April 20, 2011 at 3:35 pm

Depending on what you use Ajax for, whether it’s dishwasher detergent or floor cleaner, we suggest you research homemade green cleaner recipes online. If you use it to clean your floor, you should always remember that homemade floor cleaner recipes will not apply to each and every surface! There’s an abundance of websites that teach you how to make your own cleaners and disinfectants. These alternatives are significantly cheaper and harmless to your health and the environment if used properly.

Stay safe and informed!

195. Susan | April 25, 2011 at 8:32 pm

i use baking soda for ajax jobs. Costco sells a 13lb bag for $6-7. Hot dogs go with natural/organic …no nitrates too. I was not sure about the house spray you speak of but I use Vinager/water 5050 as a disinfectant. Great natural cleaning book I bought was Clean House Clean Planet. It has lots of recipes.

196. Zalman | April 25, 2011 at 1:36 pm

Whole Foods has plenty of REAL NATURAL products without ANY chemicals.
In Canada there is a company in Toronto since….1963 manufacturing chemical free laundry and dishwashing liquids(NOT “detergents”) .
A good supermarket should have non-chemical stuff.
But watch for the abuse of name “Green” and “Natural”.
ALWAYS check ingredients. If they sound too chemical, then NO.
And you can always get them on amazon.com

197. Michelle | May 5, 2011 at 12:07 am

Essential oils are a good alternative to synthetic sprays, plug ins and candles. Natural sprays can be found online, or you can make your own, with antibacterial and antiviral essential oils.

198. Angel Deldevert | October 24, 2016 at 2:46 pm

Have you ever heard of Melaleuca the wellness company? we have all natural products that are made with oils. They are amazing.

199. Ruth Koepsell | May 17, 2011 at 11:41 pm

Have you found an alternative to the ajax or house spray? I shop at a store that has those products with out the chemicals. Be happy to tell you about. it.

200. Natalia Molina | February 25, 2011 at 9:20 pm

This is an awesome post and something definitely in need of sharing. Thanks for the info, great work!

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Greek and Latin Roots

A
a – ab

a (G) – Not, without; together
appt, -o (G) – Unapproachable, invincible
abact (L) – Driven away
abbreviat (L) – Shortened
abdicat (L) – Disinherit
abdit (L) – Secret, hidden
abdom, =en, in (L) – The abdomen
abduc – lead from
aberran (L) – Going astray
abie, =s, -t (L) – A fir tree
abject (L) – Downcast, spiritless
ablat (L) – Weaned, removed
ablep, s (G) – Blindness
ablut (L) – Washed, cleansed
abort, -iv (L) – Born prematurely
abr, -o (G) – Delicate, dainty, pretty
=abramis (G) – A kind of fish
abras (L) – Rubbed off, scraped off
abrot (G) – Not edible; divine; splendor
abroton (G) – A kind of plant
abrupt (L) – Broken away from, steep
abs (L) – Off, from, away
abscis, -s (L) – Cut off
absinth, =ium (L) – Wormwood
absit (L) – Distant
abstemi (L) – Temperate, moderate
abund (L) – Overflow
abyss, -o (G) – Deep, bottomless

ac (L) – To, toward
aca (G) – A point; silence; healing
acalanth, -i, =is (G) – A goldfinch
acaleph, =a (G) – nettle
acanth (G) – A spine, thorn, prickle
acanthi, -d, =s (G) – A goldfinch
acar, in (G) – A kind of mite; tiny
acceler (L) – Hasten, speedy
accip (L) – Seize, accept
=accipiter (L) – A hawk
accliv (L) – Steep, up-hill, incline
accresc (L) – Increase
ace, -o (G) – Heal; remedy

-acea (the ending of a animal class or order names)
-aceae (the ending of plant family names)
acer – without horns
=acer (L) Sharp, a maple tree
acerb (L) – Bitter, sour
acerv, =us (L) – A heap
acest (G) – Healing; remedy
acestr, =a (G) – A darning needle
acet, -o, =um, =yl (L) – Vinegar
acetabul, =um (L) – A vinegar cup
ach (G) – Ache, pain
achen (G) – Poor, needy; not gaping
achet, =a, -o (L) – Singing, sounding; a cicada
achille (G, My) – A character who had a vulnerable heel
achly, -o, =s (G) – Gloom, darkness
achn, =a (G) – Chaff, froth
achr, -oio, -oo, ost (G) – Colorless
achth, -o, =us (G) – A weight, burden
achyr, -o, =um (G) – A point, barb
acicul, =a (L) = A small needle
acid (L) – Sour, sharp
acin, -i, -o, =us (L) – A berry, cluster of grapes
acinac, =es (L) – A short sword
-acious (E) – Abounding in
= acipenser (L) – The Sturgeon
=acis (G) – A point, barb
acli, -d, =s (L) – A small javelin
acm, =a (G) – The highest point; a point
acmae, -o (G) – Flourishing, mature
=acmon, -o (G) – An anvil
aco (G) – A cure, remedy, relief
acoet, =es (G) – A bedfellow, spouse
acoluth, -o (G) – Following
aconit, =um (L) – The monk’s hood
acont, -i, =um, -o (G) – A javelin, dart
acost, =a (G) – Barley
acous, -t (G) – Hear; heard
acr, =a, -e (G) – At the apex
acr, -i (L) – Sharp
acri, -d, =s (G) – A locust
acrip, -o (G) – Exact
acrit, -o (G) – Confused
acro (G) – Topmost, the tip, summit
acromi, -o, =m (G) – The point of the shoulder blade
act. =a,-e, -i (G) – The beach, seashore
acti, -no, =s (G) – A ray, beam
actit, =es (G) – A shore dweller
actuos (L) – Lively, active
acu, =s (L) – A needle
acu, -st (G) – Hear, heard
acule, =us (L) – A sting, thorn
acumin, -a (L) – A point; pointed
=acus (L) – A needle
=acus (G) – A cure, remedy, relief
acust (G) – Hear; heard, of hearing
acut (L) – Sharp

ad (L) – To, toward
adama, -nto (G) – Unconquerable; diamond; iron
adapi (NL) – A rabbit
addict (L) – Devoted, compelled
ade (G) – Enough, abundantly; to be sated
adelo (G) – Unknown, secret
adelph, =us (G) – Brother
=aden, -o (G) – A gland
adephag, -o (G) – Gluttonous
=adeps, adip, -o (L) – Fat
adipo (L)- fat
adrninicul, =or (L) – A support, prop
adnex (L) – Bound to, annexed
adol, -o (G) – Genuine, pure
adolesc (L) – Growing up
adore, -us (G) – Grain, spelt
adox, -o (G) – Insignificant; disreputable
adr, -o (G) – thick, stout
adran (G) – Feeble, listless
adras (L) – Shaved, scraped away
adul, -a (G) – Flatter
adulter (L) – Corrupt, pollute
adust (L) – Burned, tanned
adventit (L) – coming to

ae (see also ai, e, or oe)
aechm, =a, -o (G) – A spear
aeci, -a, -di (G) – An injury
aed, -es, -i (L) – A temple; a dwelling
aedeag (NL) – The genitals
-aedes (G) – Disagreeable
aedoe, -o (G) – Regard with reverence; the genitals
-aedon (G) – A nightingale
aeger, -i (L My) – A nymph
aegi, -di, -s (L) – A shield
aegial, -o, =us (G) – The seashore, beach
aegith, -o. -us (G) – A hedge sparrow
aegl (G) – Shining, splendid
aego (G) – A goat
aegopod (G) – goat-foot
aegr, -o (G) – Sick, diseased
aegypt, =us (G) – Egypt
aell, -a, -o (G) – A storm, whirlwind
aelur, -o, -us (G) – A cat; tail-wagging
aem, -a, -ato, -o (G) – Blood
aene (L) – Bronze; bronze-colored
aeno (G) – Terrible
aeol (G My) – Aeolus, god of the winds
aeol, -i, -o (G) – Quick-moving, shifting
aep, -i, -y (G) – Tall, high
aequa, -bil, -H (L) – Equal, level
aer, -ar, -e (L) – Of copper, money
aer, -i, -o (G) – The air, atmosphere
-aeresis (G) – Take
aesal, =um (G) – A kind of hawk
aesch, -o (G) – Shame, ugliness
aesch, -r, -ro, -yn (G) – Causing shame; ugly
aescul, =us (L) – The Italian oak
aesio (G) – Fortunate, lucky
aesta, =tis (L) – The summer heat
aesthem, =a, -ato (G) – Sensation, perception
aesthes, =is (G) – A sensation, perception
aesthet (G) – Sensitive, perceptive
aestival (L) – Summer
aet, -o, -us (G) – An eagle
aeth, -e (G) – Unusual
aeth, -o (G) – Burn; fiery
aethal, -o, -us (G) – Smoke, soot
aethi (G) – Burnt
aethri, =a, -o (G) – Open sky, open air
aethusa (G) – Burning; a vestibule
aeti, =a, -o (G) – A cause
aeto; -aetus (G) – An eagle

affini (L) – Allied, related
affluen, =s, -t (L) – Abundant, rich
ag (L) – To, toward
aga (G) – Very, very much
agall, -o (G) – Adorn
agalli, -d, =s (G) – An iris
=agalma (G) – A pleasing gift; a statue
agan, -o (G) – Mild, gentle
agap, =a (G) – Brotherly love, charity
agaric, -um (G) – A mushroom
agast, -o (G) – Wonderful
agath, -o (G) – Good, brave
agau, agav (G) – Illustrious, noble
agel, =a (G) – A herd
agen, -e, -i (G) – Unborn, young
=ager (L) – A field
agera (G) – Not growing old
agglomerat (L) – Collected, heaped up
agglutin, -at (L) – Glued together
aggregat (L) – Brought together
agill (L) – Agile, nimble
agitat (L) – Stirred up; quick
agla, -i, -o, =us (G) – Splendor, beauty; splendid, brilliant
agm, -a, -ato, -er (G) – A fragment; a fracture
agm, -en, -in (L) – A stream
agn, -i, -us (L) – A lamb
agn, -o (G) – Pure, chaste
agnoi, =a (G) – Ignorance
ago (L): Drive; (G): Lead; a chief, leader
agog, =ue (G) – Lead, lead away
agon, -o (G) – An assembly; a contest
=agora (G) – A marketplace
agost, -o (G) – The bent arm; an angle
agr, -a (G) – Booty
agr, -i,, -o (L) – Afield
agreiphn, -a (G) – A harrow, rake
agrest, -i (L) – In the country, growing wild
agreu, -o (G) – Hunt, pursue
agreu, -s, -t (G) – A hunter
agri (L) – A field
agri, -o (G) – Wild, fierce
agro (L) – A field
agrost, =es (G) – A hunter; a person living in the country
agrost, -is (G) – A grass; a hunter

ai (see also ae, el or e)
aichm, -a, (G) – A spear
aidoi, -o (G) – Regard with reverence; the genitals
aiet, -o (G) – An eagle
aig (G) – A goat; a waterfowl
aigeir, -o, =us (G) – The black poplar
aigial, -o, -us (G) – The seashore, beach
aist, -o (G) – Unseen
aithyi (G) – A sea gull; a diver
=aix (G) – A goat; a waterfowl
-ajaia; =ajaja (S Am) – The roseate spoonbill

al (L) – To, toward
al, =a, -i (L) – A wing
alac, =er, -r (L) – Quick, active
alao (G) – Blind
alat (L) – Winged
alaud, =a (L) – A lark
alax, =a (N L) – Alaska
alb, -i, -id (L) – White
album, =en, -in (L) – The white of an egg
alc, -ae (G) – Strong; strength
alc, =es, -i (L) – An elk
=alca (Ice) – An auk
alced, -in, =o (L) – A kingfisher
alcim, -o (G) – Strong, brave
=alcyon (G) – A kingfisher; a zoophyte
=alector (G) – A cock
alectr, -o (G) – Unmarried
aleiph (G) – Unguent oil
aleo (G) – Hot, warm
-ales (the ending of plant order names)
alet, -o (G) – Grinding
aleth, -o (G) – True, honest
aleur, -o, -um (G) – Flour, meal
alex, -i (G) – Ward off
aleyr, -o (G) – Flour, meal
alg, -a, -o (L) – Seaweed
alg, -e (L) – Cold, coldness
alg, -e. -ia, -o (G) – Pain
ali – Other, another; a wing
alia (G) – An assembly
alien, -a (L) – Foreign
aliment (L) – Nourish; nourishment
-alis (L) – Pertaining to
alism, =a (G) – Plantain
alkali (Ar) – Soda ash,
alkali all, -o (G) – Other, another
allact (G) – Change, vary
allagm, -a (G) – An exchange
allant, -o (G) – Sausage
allass, -o (G) – Change, vary
allaxi (G) Crosswise
alle (Ice) – The dovekie
allelo (G) One another; parallel
alli, =um (L) – Garlic, onion
allo, -io (G) – Other, different
alloth (G) – Elsewhere
allotr, -io (G) – Strange, foreign
alluv, -i (L) – Wash against, overflow; a pool
alm (L) – Nourishing, refreshing
aln, -or, -us (L) – The alder
-aloe (G) – A kind of plant
alope, -c, -x (G) – A fox
alp, -estr, -in (L N) – Mountains
alphit, -o, =um (G) – Barley meal
als (L) – Cold
als, -o, -us (G) – A grove
alsin, =a (G) – Chickweed
alt, -i (L) – High, tall
alter (L) – Other
altern (L) One after another
althae (G) Heal, cure
alti (L) – High, tall
altil (L) – Nourished, fattened
altr (L) – Other
altri, -c, -x (L) – A nurse
aluc, -o (L) – An owl
alucin, -a (L) – Wander in mind, dream
alucit, -a (L) – A gnat
alut, -a (L) – Leather
alv, -i, -us (L) – The belly, womb
alve, -ol, =us (L) – A cavity, pit, socket
alysc (G) – Shun, avoid
alyss, -o (G) – Uneasy, restless

am, -a, -an, -at (L) – Love; loving; loved
ama (G) – Together
amabil, -i (L) – Lovely
amaen (L) – Charming, pleasant
amal, -o (G) – Soft, tender
amalg (ML) – A soft mass
aman, =s, -t (L) – Loving
amanit (G) – A kind of fungus
amar (L) – Bitter
amar, =a (G) A trench
amaranth (G) Unfading
amarygrn, =a, -ato (G) – A sparkle, twinkle
amat (L) – Loved; a loved one
amath, -i (G) – Stupid, ignorant
amath, -o, =us (G) – Sand; sandy
amaur, -o (G) – Dark, obscure
amax, -i, -o (G) – A wagon., carriage
ambi (L) – Around, surrounding
ambig, -u (L) – Doubt; doubtful
ambit (L) – A going around, a circuit
ambl, -y (G) – Blunt
amblo, -s, -t (G) – Abortion
ambo (L) – Both
ambros , =ia (G) – Food of the gods; divine, immortal
ambul, -acr, -at (L) – Walk
ambust (L) – Burned up, consumed, scorched
am bY, -co, x (G) – A cup
ameb, ma, -o (G) – Change
amel (OF) – Enamel
ament, =um (L) – A thong, strap
=amia (G) – A kind of fish
amic (L) – Friendly, kind
amict (L) – Wrapped up
amid, -o; amin, -e, -o (N: ammonia), ammonia
amm, -o, =us (G) – Sand
=amma, -to (G) – A knot
ammon (G My) – African
amn, -o, =us (G) – A lamb
amni, =s (L) – A river
amnio, -n, -t (G) – A lamb; a foetal membrane
amoeb, -a, -o (G) – Change
amoen (L) – Pleasant, charming
ampel, -o, -us (G) – A grape vine
amph, -i, -o (G) – Around, on both sides; double
amphiblestr, -um (G) – A net; a garment
amphibol, -o (G) – Uncertain; attacked on both sides
amphor, =a (L) – A bottle, flask
ample, -ct, -x (L) – Embrace
ampli (L) – Increase; spacious
-ampulla (L) – A flask
amput, -a (L) – Cut away, cut off
ampy, -c, -x (G) – A head band
amydr, -o (G) – Dark, dim, faint
amygdal, =a, -o (G) – An almond
amyl, -o, -um (G) – Starch; a cake of fine meal

an (G) – Without, not
ana (G) – Up, throughout, again
ana (L) – The anus
anact, -o (G) – A king, chief
anagall, =is (G) – A kind of plant
analog, =ia, =y (G) – Proportion
anant, -o (G) – Uphill, steep
anapno (G) – Breathe again, rest
anapt, -o (G) – Fasten, hang
anarrhich (G) – Climb up
anas (G) – A duck
=anassa (G) – A queen
anastomos (G) – Coming together
anat (G) – A duck
=anax (G) – A king, chief
anc, =eps, -ipiti (L) – Two-headed
anch, -o (G) – Strangle
anchi (G) – Near
anchyl, -o (G) – Crooked, bent
ancill, -a (L) – A maid
ancipiti (L) – Two-headed
ancistr, -um (G) – A fish hook
anco, -n (G) – The elbow; a bend; a valley
ancor, =a (L) An anchor
ancyl, -o (G) Crooked, bent
ancyr, =a (G) – An anchor
ander, -o, =um (G) – A flower bed
andin (NL) – Of the Andes
andr, -o (G) – A man
andren, =a (NL) – A bee
anem, -o (G) – The wind
aneu (G) – Without
aneurysm (G) – A widening
ang, ea, -i, -io, -o (G) – A vessel, box, case
angel, -o, -us (G) – A messenger; an angel
angin, =a (L) – Something choked; quinzy
=angor (G) – A strangling; anguish
angui, =s (G) – A snake
anguill, =a (G) – An eel
angul (L) – An angle, corner
angust, -i (G) – Narrow
anhel, -a, -it (G) – Puff, pant;
anhinga (S Am) – The darter or snake bird
ania (G) – Trouble
anil, -i (G) – Of an old woman; (G): Cruel
anim, -a (G) – Life, breath
animal, -i (G) – An animal
anir (G) – A man
anis, -o (G) – Unequal
ankyl, -o (G) – Crooked, bent
ankyr, -a (G) – An anchor
anlag (Ger) – Lie on; a foundation
annal (G) – Annual
annect (L) – Bound together
annel, =us (G) – A ring, a little ring
annu, -a, -s (L) – A year
annuen (G) – Nodding
annul (G) – A ring
ano (G) – Up
anomal, -o (G) Uneven, irregular
anomo (G) – Without law, lawless
anophel, =es (G) – Troublesome
anopl, -o (G) – Unarmed
ans, -a (G) – A handle
=anser (G) – A goose
ante (G) – Before
=antenna (G) – A sailyard
anter, (NL) – Former; before, in front of
anth, -e, -o, =us (G) – A flower; brilliancy
anthem, -is (G) – A flower
anthra, -c, =x (G) – Coal, charcoal; a carbuncle
anthren, =a (G) – A bee
anthrop, -o, -us (G) – A man
=anthus (G): A flower; A bunting, titlark
anti (G) – Against, opposite
antia, -do, as (G) – A tonsil
=antiae (L) -The forelock
antillar (NL) – Of the Antilles
antiqu (G) – Old
=antlia (L) – Ap ump
antr, -o, =um (G) – A cave, cavity
anu, -la (G) – A ring
=anus (L) – The anus; a ring

aort, =a (G) – The great artery
ap, ex, -ic (L) – The tip, extremity
ap, -o (G) – From, off, away
apate, -1 (G) – Trick-, fallacious
=aper (L) – A wild boar
aper, -i, -t (G) – Open, uncovered
aper, -o (G) – Not mutilated
apex (G) – The tip, extremity
aphan, =es (G) – Unseen, invisible
aphe (G) – Touch
aphel, -o (G) – Smooth
aphod, -o, -us (G) – Departure
aphr, -o, =us (G) – Foam
aphrodisi (G MY) – Sexual desire
aphrodit (G My) – Venus, goddess of love and beauty, born from sea foam
aphron, -o (G) – Silly, foolish
=aphtha (G) – An eruption, ulcer
aphthit, -o (G) – Imperishable
aphthon, -o (G) – Plentiful
aphy, -o (G) – Suck
api, (L) – A bee
apic (G) – The apex, summit, tip
apic (G) – A pear tree
=apium (L) – Celery, parsley
apl, -o (G) – Simple, single
aplat, -o (G) – Terrible
aplys, =ia, -io (G) – A sponge; filthi
apo (G) – From, off, away
apoceno (G) – Drain
apocyn (G) – Dogbane
apono (G) – Painless, easy
apophys, =is (G) – An offshoot, out growth
=apotheca (G) – A storehouse
apparat (G) – Prepared; a preparation
append, -ic, (L) – Hang to; an appendage
appet, -it (G) – Desire
applanat (NL) – Flattened
apri (G) – A wild boar
apric (L) – Exposed to the sun
apsi, -s (G) – A juncture
apsinth, -us (G) – Wormwood
apt (L) – Fasten, adjust, fix

aqua, -ri, -tic (G) – Water; of water
aquil, -a (L) – An eagle
-aquilo, -ni (G) – The north wind; northern
arab, -o, =us (G) – A rattling
arabi (G) – Arabia, Arabian
arach, -is (G) – A leguminous plant
arachn, -a, -i, -o (G) – A spider; a spider web
arad, -o, =us (G) – A rumbling, rattling
arai, -o (G) – Thin, weak
arane, =a, -i (G) – A spider; a spider web
arat, -i, -or, -r (L) – Plow
-arbor (G) – A tree
arbut, -us (L) – The strawberry tree
arc, -i, -o, =us (L) – A bow; an arch; a box
arcan (G) – Secret, hidden
arch, -aeo, -eo (G) – Ancient
arch, -e, -eg, -i (G) – First, beginning
arch, -i, -o, -us, =y (G) – Chief, principal; a ruler; superior
arch, -o, -us (G) – The rectum, anus
archae, -o (G) – Ancient
archeg (G) – First, beginning
archeo (G) – Ancient
archi (G) – First, beginning; chief; superior; ruler
archo (G) – Chief, principal; a ruler; the rectum, anus
=archus (G) – Chief, principal; a ruler; superior; the rectum, anus
=archy (G) – Rule
arci, arco (G) – A bow, an arc; a box
arct, -o, :dus (G) – A bear
arctic (G My) – Northern, arctic
=arctium (G) – Burdock
=arcus (G) – A bow; an arch; a box
arcy, -us (G) – A net
ard, -i, =is (G) – A point, arrowhead, sting
ard, -e’ (G) – Water, irrigate
arde, =a (G) – A heron
arden (G) – Burning
ardi, =s (G) – A point, arrowhead, sting
ardm, -o, =us (G) – A watering place
ardo (G) – Water, irrigate
ardu (L) – Steep, difficult
are, =a (L) – A space, ground
aren, =a, -i (G) – Sand
arent (G) – Dry, thirsty
areo (Q: Dry, thirsty; (G): War like, martial
areol, =a (G) – A little open space
aresc (L) – Dry, thirsty
=arethusa (LN) – A water fountain
arg, -o (G) – Shining, bright
argem., -a, -at (G) – An ulcer in the eye
argemon (G) – An herb
argent, -at, -e (G) – Silver; silvery
argi, =a (G) – Idleness, leisure
argill, -o, =us (G) – White clay
argo (G) – Shining, bright
argyr, -o, =us (G) – Silver
ari (G) – Much; very; warlike
and (G) – Dry
arie, =s, -t (G) – A ram
arill (NQ) – A wrapper
arist, -a, -i, -o (L) -An awn, bristle
arist, -o (G) – Best, noblest
arithm, -o (G) – A number
arithm, -et, -o (G) – Easily numbered, few
-arium (G) – A place where something is kept
arma, -t (G) – Arms; armed
armill, =a (G) – A bracelet
arn, -o, -us (G) – A lamb
aro (G) – Plow, cultivate
aroli, =um (NQ – A roll of cloth
=aroma, -t (G) – Spice, seasoning
arot, -o, -r, -ro (G) – Plowing; a crop
arpact, -es (G) – A robber
arqua, -t (L) – A bow, rainbow; curved
arrect (G) – Steep, upright
arrhen, -o (G) – Male
arrog (G) – Assume, appropriate
ars, =is (G) – A raising, lifting
arsen (G): Male; (Q: Arsenic
artam, -o, =us (G) – A butcher
artem, =ia (G) – Something suspended; safety
=artemis (G My) – Diana, goddess of the hunt
arteri, =a, -o (G) – The windpipe; an artery
arthr, -o, =um (G) – A joint; speech
artic, -ul (G) – A joint; speech
artio (G) – Even in number
arto, =artus (G) – A loaf of bread
arunc, =us (L) – The goat’s-beard
arundi, -n (G) – A reed
arv, -al, -ens, =um – A field
=ary (G) – A place where something is kept
aryten, =a (G) – A ladle; a pitcher

asbol, -o, =us (G) – Soot
ase, -i -o =us (G) – A bag, bladder
ascalaph, -us (G) – An owl
ascari, -s (G) – An intestinal worm
asce, -t (G) – Practice; curiously wrought
ascend (G) – Climb, mount up
asci (G) – A bag, bladder
asci, -a (G) – A hatchet
ascid, -i, =ium (G) – A little bag
ascio (G) – Without shade
asclepi, -us (G My) – Aesculapius, god of medicine
asco (G) – A bag, bladder
asell, -us (L) – A little ass
asem, -i, -o (G) – Obscure, indistinct
asil, -us (G) – A gadfly, horse fly
asin, =us (G) – An ass, simpleton
asine (G) – Harmless, unharmed
asio (G) – An owl
aspala (G) – A mole
aspalatb, =us (G) – A sweetscented shrub
asparag, =us (G) – Asparagus
asper (L) – Rough
asperg (L) – Scatter, sprinkle
aspers (G) – Scattered, sprinkled
aspi, -d, as (G): A shield; An adder, viper
aspr (G) – Rough
aspre, -d, -t (G) – Roughness; a rough place
assul, -a (G) – A splinter
astac, -o, =us (G) – A lobster
=aster, -o (G) – A star
=astes (G) – A singer
asthen (G) – Weak, feeble
=asthma, -t (G) – Panting, gasping
astr, -o, =um (G) – A star
astragal, -o =us (G) – The ankle bone; dice
astrap, -a, -e (G) – Lightning
astring (G) – Bind together, fasten
astro (G) – A star
=astur (G) – A hawk
astut (L) – Skilled, cunning

atalant, -o (G) – Equal to
atav (G) – An ancestor
water (G) – Black
=ather, -o (G) – The beard of an ear of corn
athet, -o (G) – Useless, set aside
athl, -o, =um (G) – A prize; a contest for a prize
athlet (G) – A combatant, prize fighter
atla, -nt, -nto, =s (G My) – A giant bearing up the pillars of heaven; the atlas bone
atloid, -o (G My) – A giant bearing up the pillars of heaven; the atlas bone
atm, -i, -ido, -o, =us (G) – Smoke, vapor
atop, -o (G) – Out of place
atr, -i (G) – Black
atrament, =um (G) – Ink; inky
atrat (G) – Clothed in black
atri, =um (L) – A vestibule; black
atro, -c, (L)- Hideous, terrible, cruel
Atropos (G) – one of the Fates who cut the thread of life
attac, =us (G) – A kind of locust
attagen, =is (G) – A snipe; a grouse
attelab, -us (G) – A wingless locust
attenuat (G) – Thin, weak

au (G) – Besides
auant (G) – Wasted, atrophied
auchen, -o, =us (G) – The neck, throat
auchm, -o (G) – Drought
auct, -i, -or (L) – Increase, produce; a producer, author; abundant
auctumn, -i, -us (L) – Autumn
aucup, -al, -i (L) – Bird-catching
aud, -ac, -en (L) – Daring
audi, -en, -t (L) – Hear
aug (G) – Bright
augm, -en, -in (G) – Increase, growth
augur (G) – A soothsayer, prophet
aul, -a, -i (G) – A courtyard, hall
aul, -o, =us (G) – A pipe; a Wind instrument
aula, -c, -co, -x (G) – A furrow
=aulon (G) – A pipe; a meadow
aur, -a, -o (L) – Air
aur, -ar, -at, -e, -i (L) – Gold, golden
aur, -i, -icul, -is, -it (L) – An ear
auranti (NL) – Orange colored
auricul, -o (L) – The auricle of the ear or heart
aurit (G) – Eared
auro (G) – Air
auror, =a (L) – Dawn
auscult, -a (L) – Listen to
austr, -ali (L) – Southern
aut, -o (G) – Self
autumn, -ali (L) – Autumn
aux, -e, -o (G) – Grow, enlarge
auxili, -ari (L) – Aid; aiding
avar, -i (L) – Eager, greedy
=avena (L) – Oats
avers (L) – Turned away, with drawn
avi, -a, -s (L) – A bird
avid (L) – Eager, greedy
avit (L) – A grandfather; ancestral

axi, =s (L) – An axis, axle
=axilla (L) – The armpit
axio (G) – Worthy, gDod
axo, =n (G) – An axle, axis
az, -ale, -o (G) – Dry, parched
azot (F) – Nitrogen
azyg, -o (G) – Unpaired, unmarried

B

bacc, -a, -i (L) – A berry; a pearl
bacch, -an, -e (G My) – Wine; frenzy
bacill, -um (G) – A little stick
bact, -er, -r (G) – A rod, staff
bacteri, -o (G) – Bacteria
bacul, -um. (G) – A rod, staff
badis, -i, -t (G) – Walk, step
baen, -o (G) – Walk, step
baeo (G) Little
bagn (It) A bath
baio (G) – Little
balaen, -a, -i, -o – A whale
balan, -o, =us (G) – An acorn; the glans of the penis
balane, -i, -u (G) – A bath
balanti, -um (G) – A bag, pouch
balb (G) – Stammering
baleen (G) – A whale
bali, -o (G) – Spotted; nimble
balist, -a (G) – A catapult
ball, -o (G) – Throw, strike
ballism (G) – jumping about
ballot, -a (G) – Hoarhound
balne, -ari, -o (L) – A bath
balsam, -o, =um (G) – A balsam tree, balsam
balteat (L) – Girdled
barn (G) – Go. walk
bap, -h, -t, -tis (G) – Dye; dip; baptize
bar, -o, -us (G) – Pressure; a burden
bar, -Y (G) – Heavy
barb, =a (G) – A beard
barbat (L) – Bearded
barbar, -o (G) – Foreign
bari, -do, -s (G) – A boat
barnac (F) – A goose
baro; -barus; bary (G) – Pressure; a burden; heavy
bas, -a, -eo, -i, -o (G) – A base, foundation; a step
basan, -i, -ism, -ist, -o (G) – Test to prove genuine; torture
basi (L) – Base, foundation; kiss
basidi, -um. (L) – A small pedestal
basil, -e, -ic (G) – Royal
basi, baso (L) – A base, foundation; a step
basm, -o, -us (G) – A step, degree
bass (LL) – Low, deep
bassan (L) – Bass Rock
bassar, -a, =is (G) – A fox
bat, -es (G) – One that walks or haunts
bat, -o, -us (G) – A bramble; passable
bath, -o, -y (G) – Deep; high
bathm, -o, =us (G) – A step, degree
bathr, -o, -um (G) – A base, pedestal
bati, -s (G) – The ray fish
bato; -batus (G) – A bramble; passable
batrach, -o, mus (G) – A frog
batt, -o (G) – Stammer

bdell, -a, -o (G) – A leech
=bdelygrna, -to (G) – Disgust, abomination
bdelyr, -o (G) – Disgusting, abominable
bdesm, -a (G) – A stench
bdol, -o, =us (G) – A stench
bebel, -o (G) – Profane
beber (L) – A beaver
bebr, -o (G) – Stupid
bech, -ic, -o (G) – Cough
bel, -emn, -i, -o, -us (G) – A dart, sting
bell (L) – Beautiful
bell, -ac, -at, -i, -ic (L) – War
belli, -d, -s (G) – A daisy
bellerophon (G My) – A hero
bellu, -a (G) – A beast, monster
belon, =a (G) – A dart, arrowhead, needle
belu, -a, -i (G) – A beast, monster
=belus (G) – A dart, sting
bembe, -c, -x (G) – A top; a buzzing insect
bembi, -c, =x (G) – A top; a buzzing insect
benac, =us (L N) – A deep lake
bene – Well
benign – Good, friendly, kind
benth, -o, -us (G) – The depths of the sea
berberi (NL) – Barberry
bernicl, -a (ME) – A goose
bero, -e (G) – An ocean nymph
beryll, -o, -us (G) – A sea-green jewel
besicl (F) – Spectacles
besti, -a (L) – A beast
bet, =a (L) – The beet
=betonica (G) – Wood betony
betul, -a (G) – Birch
bex, -i (G) – Cough

bi – Two, twice, double
biaio (G) – Forcible, violent
biast, -es (G) – One who uses force
bib, -e, -ul (G) – Drink, drinking
=bibio, -n (LL) – An insect
bibli, -o, =um. (G) – A book, paper
biblo (G) – Paper
bibul (G) – Drinking
bienn (L) – Every two years
bili, -s (G) – Bile; anger
bin (L) – Two, two at a time
bio, -s, -t (G) – Life
bittac, -o, =us (G) – A parrot
bitum, -en, -in (L) – Asphalt, pitch

blab, -o (G) – Hurt, damage
blaber, -o (G) – Harmful, noxious
blac, -o (G) – Lazy, sluggish
blacic, -o (G) – Stupid, indolent
blaes, -o (G) – Crooked
blan, -o (G) – Blind
bland, -i (L) – Smooth-tongued, flattering
blap, -s, -t (G) – Hurt, damage
blast, -em, -o, =us (G) – A bud, sprout
blatt, -a (L) – A cockroach
blatte (L) – Purple
blechn, -o, =urn (G) – A kind of fern
blechr, -o (G) – Weak, feeble
=blernma, -to (G) – A glance, look
blenn, -o, -us (G): Slime; a kind of fish; (L) a simpleton
blep, -o, -sis (G) – A look, glance
blephar, -id, =is, -o (G) – An eyelash
blit, -o, -urn (Q. A tasteless vegetable
blite (L) – Insipid; stupid
blosyr, -o (G) – Grim, stern
blothr, -o (G) – Tall, high-growing
bly, -s, -sm (G) – Bubble up

bo, -a, -i (L) – A water serpent
bo, -ar, -o, as, -v (L) – An ox, cow
boe, -o (G) – Little; an ox
bol, -a, -o, -us (G) – A throw, stroke
bol, -ac, -ax, -o, -us (G) – A clod, lump
bolb, -o, -us (G) – A bulb
bolet, -us (Q. A kind of mushroom
bolit, -0, -um, -us (G) – Cow dung
bolo (G) – Throw; a clod, lump
=bolus (G): A throw, stroke, a clod; (L) a morsel
bom, -o, -us (G) – A raised place, stand
bomb, =us (G) – A buzzing
bomba, -c, -x (LL) – Cotton
bombol (It) – A bottle
bomby, -c, -x (G) – The silkworm; silk
bombyli, =us (G) – A buzzing Insect; a bumble bee
bomo (G) – A raised place, stand
bon (L) – Good
bonas (L) – Bison; (NL): a kind of bird
boo (G) – An ox, cow
bor, -a, -i (G) – Food, meat
borag (LL) – A kind of plant
borass, -o, =us (G) – Palm fruit
borbor, -o, -us (G) – Mud, filth
bore, -al (G My) – North, northern
bori (G) – Food, meat
boro (G) – Greedy, gluttonous
=bos (L) – An ox, cow
bosc (G) – Feed
bosc, -as (G) – A kind of duck
bosi, us (G) – Food, fodder
bostrich, -o (G) – Curl; a kind of insect
bostrych, -o (G) – Curl; a kind of insect
botan, =a (G) – Pasture, grass, fodder
botaur, =us (NL) – A bittern
bothr, -I, -o, -us (G) – A pit, trench
botr, -io, -y, -yo, =ys (G) – A bunch of grapes
botul, =us (L) – Sausage
bou (G) – A cow, ox
boub, =on (G) – The groin
boubal, -o, -us (G) – The buffalo
bov, -i (G) – A cow, ox

bracat (L) – Wearing trousers
brachi, -o, -urn (G) – The arm
brachist, (G) – Shortest
brachy (G) – Short
bracte, -a (L) – A thin metal plate
brad, -o, -y (G) – Slow
branch, -I, -ium, -um (G) – A gill; a fin; hoarse
=branta (Ice) – A brant, goose
brassic, =a (L) – Cabbage
brecc (It) – Break
brechm, -o, -us (G) – The top of the head
=bregrna, -t (G) – The top of the head
brem. (G) – Roar
brenth, -a, -us (G) – A stately water bird; arrogance
breph, -o, =us (G) – An unborn or newly born child
brev, -I (L) – Short
brith, -o, -y (G) – Heavy; a weight
briz, -o (G) – Nod, sleep; a grain
broch, -o (G): A loop; with projecting teeth
brom, =a, -ato (G) – Food
brom, -o, =us (G) – Oats; a stench
bromeli (NL N) – The pineapple
bromi, -o (G) – Noisy, buzzing
bromo (G) – Oats; a stench
=bromus (G) – Oats; a stench
bronch, -I, -o, -us (G) – The wind pipe
bront, -a, -o (G) – Thunder
=brosis (G) – Eating; food
brot, -o, -us (G) – Blood, gore; mortal
brote, -o (G) – Edible
bruch, -us (Q. A wingless locust
brum, -al (L) – Winter
brunne, -1 (LL) – Brown
brut (L) – Heavy; stupid
bryc, -h, -ho, -o (G) – Devour; roar
brygrn, -o (G) – Gnashing teeth
bryo (G) – Swell; moss

bu (G) – An ox
bubal, -us (G) – A buffalo
=bubo (L) – An owl
bubon (G) – The groin
bubul (L) – Of oxen or cattle
bucc, =a (L) – The-cheek
buccin (L) – A trumpet; a shellfish
=bufo, -ni (L) – A toad
bul, =es, -I (G) – Will, determination
bulb, =us (L) – A bulb
bulim (G): Hunger; (L) – a mollusc
bull, =a (L) – A bubble
bun, -o, -us (G) – A hill, mound
buprest, =is (G) – A beetle poisonous to cattle
burr (L) – Red
burs, -a (L) – A hide; a purse
bust, =urn (L) – A funeral pile
=buteo, -ni (L) – A kind of hawk
butom, =us (G) – A kind of water plant
butorid (NL) – A bittern
butyr, -um (L) – Butter
bux, -us (L) – The box tree
byo (G) – Stuff full
byrrh (L) – Red, flame-colored
byrs, =a, -o (G) – A skin, hide
byss, -o, -us (G) – Fine thread; fine linen; the depths of the sea
byth, -o (G) – The depths of the sea

C

ca

caball, =us (L) – A pack horse
cac, -a, -h, -o (G) – Bad
cacali, =a (G) – The colt’s-foot
cacatu (Mal) – The cockatoo
caco, =a (G) – Excrement
cach (G) – Bad
cachinn, -a (L) – Laugh loudly
cachr, -I, -y, =ys (G) – Parched barley
caco (G) – Bad, decayed, diseased
cact, =us (G) – A prickly plant
cad (L) – Fall
cad, -o, =us (G) – An urn, cask
cadaver, -i (L) – A dead body
caduc, -i (L) – Falling early
cae (see also ce and coe)
caec (L) – Blind
caecili, =a (L) – A kind of lizard
caela, -t (L) – Engrave, emboss
caen, -o (G) – New, fresh, recent
caerule (L) – Blue
caesari (L) – Hair, long hair
caesi (L) – Bluish gray
caesp, -es, -it (L) – Turf, sod
cal, -o (G) – Beautiful
cala (L) – Insert; summon
calam, -o, -us (L) – A reed
calamistr, =um (L) – A curling iron
calamit (L) – Misfortune
calandr, -us, (G): A kind of lark; (NL): a weevil
calapp (Mal) – A coconut
calath, -isc, -o, =us (G) – A wicker basket
calc, -i (L) – The heel; lime, limestone
calcan, -e (L) – The heel
calcar, -e, -i (L) – A spur; lime, limestone
calce (L) – Chalk-white; a shoe
calceat (L) – Wearing shoes
calci (L) – The heel; lime, limestone
calcitr (L) – Kicking
calcul, =us (L) – A small stone
cald (L) – Hot, warm
cale (L) – Heat
calen (L) – Warming, heating
calend (L) – First day of the month; a month
cali, -a, -o (G) – A nest; a hut
cali, -c, -x (L) – A cup
calid (L) – Warm, hot
calidri, =s (G) – A shore bird
calig, -a (L) – A boot
caligin (L) – Dark, obscure
calio (G) – A nest; a hut
=calix (L) – A cup
call, -e, -i, -o (L) – Hardened
call, -i, -o, -us (G) – A beauty; beautiful
=callaea (G) – A cock’s comb
callid (L) – Shrewd, clever
callio (G) – More beautiful
callo (L) – Hardened, thick-skinned; (G): beautiful
callun (G) – Adorn, beautify
calo (G) – Beautiful
calor, -i (L) – Heat
calpi, -d, xs (G) – An urn, pitcher
=caltha (L) – A marigold
calumn (L) – Deceive, trick
calv (L) – Bald
=calx (L) – The heel; lime, limestone
caly, -c, =x (G) – The calyx
=calymma, -to (G) – A veil
calyps, -o (G) – A beautiful nymph
calypt, -o (G) – Covered; a cover
calyptr, -a (G) – A veil
=calyx (G) – The calyx
cambi (L) – Exchange
cambr, -i (L) – Wales
camel, -o, -us (G) – A camel
camer, -a, -o (L) – An arch; a chamber
camp, =a, -e, -o (G) – A bending; a caterpillar
camp, -o. -s, -to (G) – Bending, flexibible
camp, =us (L) – A field; (G): a sea monster
campan (L) – A bell
=campe (G) – A caterpiller
campestr (L) – Of fields
campo (G) – A caterpillar; bending, flexible; a sea animal
camps, campto (G) – Bending, flexible
=campus (L) – A field; (G): a sea monster
can (L) – Gray, ash-colored
can, -o, -um (G) – A straight rod
canach (G) – Noisy
canadens (NL) – Of Canada
canal, =is (L) – A canal, duct
canc, =er, -r, -ro (L) – A crab; an ulcer; cancer
cancell, -i (L) – Latticework
cand, -e, -id, -or (L) – White, brilliant
candidat (L) – Clothed in white
canescen (L) – Becoming gray
cani, -n, = s (L) – A dog
cann, =a, -ul (G) – A reed
cannabi, =s (G) – Hemp
cano (G) – A straight rod
cano, -r (L) – A song, melody
canon (L) – A rule, model
cant (L) – Song; sing
canteri, =us (L) – A horse
canth (G) – The corner of the eye
canthar, -i, -o, =us (G) – A kind of beetle; a drinking cup
cantheli, =a (G) – A pack saddle
=canum (G) – A straight rod
canut (L) – White, gray-haired
capac, i (L) – Amount contained
capell, =a (L) – A goat
=caper (L) – A goat; the smell under the armpits
caperat (L) – Wrinkled
capet, -o, =us (G) – A ditch, trench
capill, -a (L) – Hair
capistr, =um (L) – A halter, nosepiece, muzzle
capit, -i, -o (L) – The head
capn, -o, =us (G) – Smoke
cappari, = s (G) – A kind of plant
capr, -e, -i (L) – A goat; the smell under the armpits
capreol, =us (L) – A support, prop, tendril
caprific, =us (L) – The wild fig
caps, =a (G) – A box, chest
caps (G) – Eat quickly
capsul, =a (L) – A little box
capt (G) – Eat quickly
capul (L) – A handle; a tomb
car (L) – Dear,loved
car, =a (G) – The head, top
car, =ex. -ic (L) – A sedge
carab, =us (G) – A kind of beetle
caran, -g, -x (Sp) – A flatfish
carapac (F) – A covering, shield
carb, -o, -on (L) – Coal
carbas (L) – Flax, linen
carcer, -a (L) – A prison
carchar, -o (G) – jagged
carcin, -o, =us (G) – A crab; an ulcer
carcinoma, -t (G) – Cancer; an ulcer
card, -i, zia, -io (G) – The heart
card, -in, -o (L) – A hinge, pivot
cardam, =um (G) – A kind of cress
cardinal (L) – Chief, principal; red
cardu (L) – A thistle
caren, -o, -um (G) – The head; a peak or crest
caret, -to (F) – A kind of turtle
=carex (L) – A sedge
cari, =es, -o (L) – Rottenness
cari, -d, =s (L) – A shrimp
caric (L) – A sedge
carin, =a (L) – A keel
cario (L) – Rottenness
carn, -eo, -i (L) – Flesh
carnif, =ex, -ic (L) – An executioner
carot (G) – Stupor; (L) a carrot
carp, -o, -us (G) – The wrist; a fruit
carph, -o, =us (G) – Straw, dry twigs
carpin, =us (L) – The hornbeam
carsio (G) – Crooked, oblique
cartilag, -in, =o (L) – Gristle
caruncul (L) – A bit of flesh
cary, -o, =um (G) – A nut; the nucleus
casc (L) – Old
case, -i, =us (L) – Cheese
cassi, -di, -s (L) – A helmet
cast (L) – Pure
castane, =a (L) – The chestnut
castig (L) – Chastise
=castor (G) – The beaver
castr (L) – Deprive of generative power
casu (L) – Fall; chance
casuar (Mal) – A cassowary
cat, _a, -o (G) – Down, downward
catabasi (G) – Descent
=catagrna, -to (G) – A fracture; a piece of wool
catalysi, =s (G) – A dissolving
catant (G) – Downward, downhill
catari (LL) – Of a cat
cataract (G) – Falling down
caten, -a, -ari (L) – A chain
=cathamma, -to (G) – A knot
cathar, -o (G) – Clean, pure
cathart, -i (G) – Cleansing
cathedr, =a (G) – A seat
cathet, -o (G) – Hanging down, perpendicular
cathism (G) – A seat
cathod (G) – A going down, descent
catholic, -o (G) – Universal
catill, -o (G) – Roll up, fold up
catin, =us (L) – A bowl, dish
cato (G) – Down, downward, against
catopt, -o (G) – Conspicuous, visible
catoptr, -o, =um (G) – A mirror
catul, =us (L) – A puppy
cau, -m, -s, -st, -t (G) – Burn, burning
caud, -a (L) – The tail
caud, =ex, -ic (L) – The trunk of a tree
caude (L) – Wooden
caul, -i, =ic (L) -o, =us (G) – A stem, stalk
caum (G) – Burn, burning
caus -t (G) – Burn, burning
caut (G) – Burn, burning
cav, -a, -e, -i (L) – Hollow, a cave
caval (F) – A horse
cavern, =a (L) – A cave, chamber
cavill, =a (L) – jest, jeer

ce


ceanoth, =us
(G) – A kind of thistle
ceasm (G) – A chip, splinter
ceb, -o, =us (G) – A monkey
cebl, =a, =e (G) – The head
cec (L) – Blind
ceci, -do, =s (G) – A gallnut; juice; ink
ceco (G) – A sea bird
cecrop, -i (My) – A king of Attica
=cedemon (G) – A mourner; a guardian
cedr, -o =us (G) – Cedar
celad, -o, =us (G) – The noise of moving wind or water
celastr, =us (G) – An evergreen tree
celat (L) – Concealed
cele (G) – A rupture, hernia; a tumor
celebr (L) – Famous
celeo (G) – A woodpecker; charm, bewitch
celer, -i (L) – Swift
celest, -i (L) – Heavenly
celet (L) – Hidden
celi, -a (G) – Hollow; the abdominal cavity
celi, -do, -s (G) – A spot, stain, blemish
celib (L) – Unmarried
cell, -a, -i (L) – A granary, storehouse; a small room, cell
celo (G) – A tumor; hollow; dry, parched
=celtis (L) – A kind of lotus
celyph, -o, -us (G) – A husk, rind, shelI
cemet (G) – A burial place
cen, -o (G) – Empty; recent; common
cenchr, -o, =us (G) – A kind of millet
ceno.. -s, -t (G) – Evacuation
cent, -e (G) – Pierce, spear
cent, -en, -i (L) – A hundred
centau, =r (G) – A piercer, spearman
centes, =is (G) – A puncture
centesim (L) – The hundredth
centi (L) – A hundred
centr, -i, -o, =um (G) – The center; a point, spur
cep, =a, -ol (L) – An onion
cephal, =a, -o (G) – The head
cepph, =us (G) – A petrel-like sea bird; a simpleton
=ceps (NL) – The head
cer, -a, -e, -i (L) – Wax
cera, -t, -to (G) – Horn
ceram, -o, -us (G) – Clay; an earthen pot
cerambyc (G) – A kind of beetle
ceras, =us (L) – A cherry
cerast (G) – Horny; horned
cerat, -o (G) – Horn
ceraun, -o, =us (G) – A thunderbolt
cerc, -i, -is (G) – A rod; a kind of poplar
cerc, -o, -us (G) – The tail
cerchne (G) – A kind of hawk
cercop, -i, -s (G) – A long-tailed monkey
cerd, -al (G) – Gain; cunning; a fox
cere (L) – wax; (My): the goddess of agriculture
cereal (NL) – Grain
cereb, -ell, -r, -ro (L) – The brain
ceres (L My) – The goddess of agriculture
ceri (L) – Wax
cerin (L) – Wax-colored, yellowish
cerith (NL) – A shellfish
=cerma, -to (G) – A slice; a small coin
=cernu (L) – Nodding, drooping
cerom, -a (G) – Ointment
cert, -a (L) – Struggle, contend; determined, certain
certh, -i (G) – A tree creeper
cerule (L) – Blue
ceruss, -a (L) – White lead
cerv, -us (L) – A deer
cervi, -c, =x (L) – The neck
ceryl, -us (G) – A kingfisher
cesi (L) – Bluish gray
cespi (L) – Turf, sod
cess, -a (L) – Stop
cest, -o (G) – A girdle; embroidered
cestr, -a (G) – A pickaxe; a kind of fish
cet, -a, -us (G) – A whale
cetr, =a (L) – A shield
ceuth, -o (G) – Concealed, hidden

chaem, -e (G) – On the ground, low
chaen, -o (G) – Yawn, gape; open
chaer, -i, -o (G) – Delight, rejoice; a young pig
chaet, -a, -o (G) – Long flowing hair, mane; a bristle
chain, -o (G) – Yawn, gape; open
chalar, -o (G) – Loose, slack
chalast, -o (G) – Loose, relaxed
chalaz, =a, -o (G) – A hailstorm; a tubercle
chalc, -eo (G) – Coppery
chalc, -o (G) – Copper
chalci, -d, =s (G) – A fish; a lizard; a bird of prey
chalin, -o, -us (G) – A strap, bridle
chalyb, -i, -s (L) – Steel
cham, -ae, -e (G) – On the ground, low
cham, -o, =us (L) – A rein, bridle
chama (G) – Gape
chan, -e, -o (G) – Yawn, gape; open
chancr (F) – Cancer
chao, =s (G) – An abyss, empty space
char (G) – Graceful
=chara (L) – Cabbage
chara, -c, =x (G) – A pointed stake; a sea fish
charact, =er (G) – Something engraved
charadri, =us (G) – A curlew
charadro (G) – Full of gulleys
chari, =s, -t (G) – Favor, grace
chari, -to (G) – Graceful, favorable
chart, =a (L) – A paper
=chasma, -to (G) – A gaping
chauliod (G) – With projecting teeth
cheil, -o, =us (G) – A lip
cheim, -o (G) – Winter
=cheir, -o (G) – A hand
chel, -a, -i (G) – A claw, hoof
chel, -on, =ona, -y, =ys (G) – A tortoise, turtle
=chelidon (G) – A swallow
chelydr, -o, =us (G) – -A water serpent
chem (G) – juice; pour; a yawning
chemo (G) – Gaping; chemistry
=chen, -o (G) – A goose; yawn, open
cheo (G) – Pour
chern, =e (G) – A day laborer
chers, -o (G) – Dry; dry land
cheum, =a (G) – That which is poured
chias, -m, -t (G) – Cross, mark cross, wise; diagonally arranged
chicor (F) – Chicory
chil, -o, =us (G) – A lip; fodder
chili, -o (G) – A thousand
=chima, -to (G) – Winter, frost
chimer, -a (G) – A goat; a monster
=chion, -o (G) – Snow
=chir, -o (G) – A hand
chironom, =us (G) – One who moves the hands
chit, =on (G) – A tunic
chitra (H) – Speckled; a deer
chlaen, =a (G) – A cloak
chlamy, -d, =s (G) – A cloak
chlan, =a (G) – A cloak
chlani, -do, = s (G) – A woolen garment
chlo, =a (G) – A blade of grass
chloanth (G) – Budding
cblor, -o (G) – Green
=chlorion (G) – A yellow bird
choan, =a, -o (G) – A funnel
choem, -e (G) – On the ground, low
choer, -o (G) – A young pig
chol, =a, -e, -o (G) – Bile; anger
chol, -o (G) – Lame, maimed
chola, -d, =s (G) – The intestines, bowels
choler, -a (G) – The cholera
choli, -c, =x (G) – The entrails
cholo (G) – Bile; anger; lame, maimed
chondr, -o, =us (G) – A grain, corn; cartilage
chondrill, =a (G) – A lump
chor, -o (L) – A chorus; (G): dance; a place
chord, =a (G) – A string; the string of a musical instrument
=chordeiles (G) – A stringed instrument
=chordeuma (G) – A sausage
chore, -o (G) – Dancing-, go, withdraw
choret, =es (G) – An inhabitant of the country
chori, -o, =on, =um (G) – A skin, membrane
chori, -st (G) – Asunder; separate
choro (L) – A chorus; (G): dance; a place
choroid (G) – Like a membrane
chort, -o, =us (G) – A feeding place
=chrema, -to (G) – Money, wealth
chres, -to (G) – Useful
=chrisma, -to (G) – An ointment
christ, -o (G) – Anointed
=chroa (G) – The skin
chrom, -a. -ato, -o (G) – Color
chron, -i, -o, -us (G) – Time; a long time
chrot, -o (G) – The skin
chrys, -o, =us (G) – Gold
=chthon, -o (G) – The earth, ground
chy, -1, -lo, -m, -mo (G) – juice; flavor; chyle
chyt, -lo, -o (G) – Fluid; shed
chytr, =a, -o (G) – An earthen pot

cib, -ar (L) – Food; edible
cibori, -um (G) – A drinking cup
cicad, -a (L) – A cicada, tree cricket
cicatr, -ic, -ix (L) – A scar
cichl, =a (G) – A thrush
cichori, -um (G) – Chicory
cicindel, -a (L) – A glowworm
cicinn, -o, =us (G) – A curl of hair
ciconi, =a (L) – A stork
cicut, -a (L) – The poison hemlock
cidar, -i, -is (G) – A turban
=cide (L) – Kill
cili, -a, -o, =um (L) – An eyelid, eyelash, small hair
cill, =a, -o (L) – The tail

cin, -o (L) – to move
cim, -ex, -ic (L) – A bug
cimbia (L) – A girdle
cimeli, =um (G) – A treasure
cimoli, -a (G) – A white clay
cincinn (L) – A curl, curl of hair
cincl, -o, -us (G) – The wagtail
cinct (L) – Girdled
cine, -ma, -mato, -s, -t (G) – Move; motion, movement
ciner, -ar, -e, -i (L) – Ashes
cingul, =um (L) – A girdle, belt
cini, -s (L) – Ashes
cinnabar (G) – Red, vermilion
cinnyr, -is (G) – A small bird
cinygrn, -a, -ato (G) – A floating body, phantom
=cion, -o (G) – A pillar; the uvula
cipit (L) – The head
circ, -a, -e (My) – Circe, the enchantress
circ, -i, -in, -ul (L) – A ring, circle
circ, -us (G) – A hawk that wheels or circles
circum (L) – Around
ciris (G My) – A bunting
cirr, =us (L) – A curl of hair
cirrh, -o (G) – Tawny, orange colored
cirs, -o, =us (G) – A Mated vein
cirsi, =um (G) – A kind of thistle
cis (L) – On this side
ciss, -o, -us (G) – Ivy
cist, -a (G) – A box, chest; a shrub
cit, -i (L) – Swift
cithar, -a (G) – A lyre; a kind of fish
citr, -in, -o (G) – A lemon
=citta (G) – A chattering bird; a Jay

clad, -i, -o, =us (G) – A branch, sprout
cladar, -o (G) – Fragile, brittle
clam, -a, -or (L) – Cry out
clamb, -o (G) – Mutilated, deficient
clandestin (L) – Secretly
clangul, -a (NL) – A clang, sound
clar, -a, -i (L) – Clear
clas, -i, -m, -t (G) – Break; broken; a fragment
claster, -i, -ium (G) – A knife
clathr (L) – A lattice
claud, -i (L) – Limp, lame; shut
claus, -us (L) – An enclosed place
claustr (L) – A lock, bar, door
clav, -a, -i (L) – A club
clavicul, -a (L) – A key
=clavus (L) – A band on a tunic; a swelling, wart
cleid, -o, -us (G) – A key; the clavicle
cleis, -is, -to (G) – Close; closing; closed
cleithr, -um (G) – A bar, key, bolt
clem, =a, -t, -tis (G) – A vine cutting, twig, brushwood
clemen, =s, -t (L) – Tranquil
=clemma, -to (G) – A theft, trick
clemmy, -s (G) – A turtle
cleo, -to (G) – Glory; news
clep, -s, -t (G) – Steal; a thief
clepsydr, -a (G) – A water clock
cler, -i, -o, -us (G) – A lot, portion; a kind of insect
clethr, -um (G) – A key, bar, bolt
sclethra (G) – The alder
clid, -o, -us (G) – A key
clima, -c, -x (G) – A ladder
=clima, -to (G) – A region; the climate; a slope
clin, a, -i, -o (G) – A bed
clin, -o (G) – Bend, slope
clio, -to (G) – Glory; news
clipe, -o, =us (L) – A shield
clis, -eo, -i (G) – A bedroom; an inclination
clist, -o (G) – Closed
clitell (L) – A pack saddle
clithr, -um (G) – A key, bar, bolt
clito, -r (G) – Close
cliv, -us (L) – A slope
cloac, =a. (L) – A sewer
clon (G) – A branch, twig
clon, -us (G) – A violent motion, a tumult
clope (G) – Robbery, fraud
clost, -er, -ri (G) – Thread, yarn
clost, -o (G) – Spun, coiled
clu, -d, -s (L) – Close
clupe, =us (L) – A shield; a river fish
clur, -in (L) – An ape
=clydon, -o (G) – A wave
clype, -o, -us (L) – A shield
clys, -is, -m (G) – Wash, drench
clyst, -er, -ero (G) – A syringe
clyt, -o (G) – Famous

cnec, -o, -us (G) – Pale yellow; a thistle
cnem, -i, -a, -is (G) – The part of the leg between the knee and the ankle; legging, leg armor
cneo (G) – Scrape, scratch
cnepha, -to (G) – Dark, darkness
cnest, -i (G) – A rasp, scraper
cneth, -o (G) – Scratch
cnic, -us (G) – A thistle -like plant
cnid, -a, -o (G) – A nettle
cnip, -o, =s (G) – An insect living under bark
cnism, ma, -ato (G) – An itching

co, -i, -m, -n (L) – With, together
coagul (L) – Drive together; curdle
coarct (L) – Pressed together
cobit, -i (G) – A gudgeon-like fish
cocc, -i, -o, -us (G) – A berry
coccin (L) – Scarlet
coccy, -g, =x, (G) – A cuckoo
cochl, -es (L) – A snail, snail shell; spiral; a spoon
cod, -a (L) – The tail
cod, -ex, -ic (L) – Writing, a manuscript
codia. (G) – The head
codon (G) – A bell
coec (L) – Blind
coel, -i, -o (G) – Hollow
coeles, -t (L) – The sky, heavens
=coelia (G) – The abdominal cavity
coelo (G) – Hollow
coemema (G) – Sleep
coen, -o (G): Common; (L): dirt
coereb (Br) – A kind of bird
coerule (L) – Blue
coet, -o (G) – Bed, sleep
coit, =us (L) – A coming together
col (L): with, together; (G): the colon; a limb
col, -a, -i (L) – Dwell
colapt, -o (G) – Chisel, peck, cut
cole, -o (G) – A sheath
colic, -o (G) – Affecting the bowels
=colinus (Mex) – The bobwhite
coli, -o, =us (G) – A woodpecker
coll, -a (G) – Glue
coll, -i (L) – The neck; a hill
collari (L) – Of the collar
collat (L) – Brought together
collet (G) – Glued together
colli, -s (L) – A hill
collicul (L) – A little hill
collig, -at (L) – Bound together
collin. (L) – Found on a hill
collinit (L) – Besmeared
collod (G) – Glue-like
=collum (L) – The neck
collyr, -a (L): Macaroni; (G): a small cake
colo (G) – The colon; a limb; maimed, curtailed
colob, -o (G) – Shortened, mutilated
colocynth, =a. (G) – A pumpkin
colon, -o (G) – Shorten; the colon
colophon (G) – The summit, end
color, -i (L) – Color
coloss, -o (G) – Gigantic
=colous (L) – Inhabiting
colp, -o, -us (G) – The bosom; the womb; the vagina
colub, -er, -r (L) – A serpent, snake
columb, -a (L) – A dove, pigeon
column, -a (L) – A pillar
=colus (L) – Inhabiting
colymb, -i, -o (G) – A diver, a diving bird
com (L) – With, together
=coma, -to (L): Hiir; (G): a deep sleep
comi, -d (G) – Care, attention
comm, -o, -us (G) – Ornamentation; lamentation
comma (G) – A short clause; a stamp, coin
commis (L) – United
commun (L) – Common; in common
=commus (G) – Ornamentation; lamentation
comos (L) – With long hair
comp, -o (G) – Make a noise, clash; a noise
comps, -o (G) – Neat, elegant
compt (L) – An ornament
con (L) – With, together
con, -i’ -o’ =us (G) – A cone; a pine cone
conario (G) – The pineal gland
conch, =a, -o (G) – A shell
conchyli, -o, -um (G) – A shellfish
condit (L) – Hidden; polished
condyl, -o, =us (G) – A knuckle, knob
cong, =er, -r (L) – An eel
coni, -co, -o. -um (G) – A cone; a pine cone; pine, hemlock
coni, -di, -o, us (G) – Dust
coniat, -o (G) – Plastered, white washed
conjug (L) – Joined together
connar, =us (G) – An evergreen tree
conniv (L) – Wink
cono (G) – A cone; a pine cone
conop, -s (G) – A gnat
conspers (L) – Spotted, speckled
cont, -o, =us (G) – A pole; short
contabesc (L) – Waste away
contigu (L) – Adjoining
contra (L) – Against, opposite
contumac (L) – Stubborn, haughty
conul (L) – A little cone
=conus (G) – A cone, a pine cone
convall, =is (L) – A valley
convolv (L) – Roll together; a bind weed
cop, -a, -e, -i (G) – An oar, handle
cop, -o (G) – Pain, suffering
copal. (Mex) – Blunt
coph, -o (G) – Deaf; dumb; blunt
copi (G) – An oar, handle
copid (G) – A cleaver
copios (L) – Abundant
copo (G) – Pain, suffering
copr, -o, -us (G) – Dung, excrement
copt, -o (G) – Cut; strike
copul, -a (L) – A link, bond
cora, -c -co -x (G) – A crow, raven
corall, -i, zium (G) – Coral
corb, -i, -is (L) – A basket
corchor, -us (G) – Chickweed
cord, -i (L) – The heart
cordul, -e, -i (G) – A club; a swelling
cordyl, -e, -i (G) – A club; a swelling
core (G) – The pupil of the eye; a maiden
core, -i, -o (G) – A bug; sweep
corem, =a (G) – A broom; refuse
corethr, -um (G) – A broom
cori, -a, cum (L) – Leather, skin
cori, -us (G) – A bug; a kind of fish
corm, -o, -us (G) – A log, tree trunk
corn, -e (L) – Horn; horny
corni, -c. -x (L) – A crow
cornut (L) – Horned
coro, (G) – The pupi I of the eye
coroll, -a (L) – A little crown or wreath
coron, =a (L): A crown; (G): a raven
corp, -or, -u (L) – A body
corpusc (L) – A little body
corrugat (L) – Wrinkled
corrupt (L) – Marred, spoiled
cort, -ex, -ic, -ico (L) – The bark, shell
corthyl, =us (G) – A crested bird
cortin, =a (L) – A kettle; a curtain
corv, =us (L) – A crow, raven
cory, -d, -us (G) – A helmet
coryc, -o, =us (G) – A sack
coryd, -o, =us (G) – The crested lark
corydal, -is, -us (G) – A lark; larkspur
coryl, =us (L) – The hazel tree
corymb, -us (G) – The top, summit a cluster of flowers
coryn, =a, -et (G) – A club
coryph, -a (G) – The head, top
=corys (G) – A helmet
coryst, =es (G) – A warrior
coryz, =a (G) – A running at the nose
coscin, -i, =um (G) – A sieve
cosm, -o (G) – Order; the world, universe
cosmet (G) – Well ordered, adorned
cost, =a (L) – A rib
cost, =um (L) – An aromatic plant
cothurn, -us (G) – A high shoe, boot
cotin, =us (G) – Oleaster, wild olive
cotone (NL) – Quince
cott, -us (G) – A kind of fish; a cock; a horse
coturni, -c, =x (L) – A quail
cotyl, -ed, -o (G) – A cup, socket, cavity
counter (L) – Opposite, against
cox, =a, -o (L) – The hip

=crabro, -n (L) – A hornet
cracc, =a (L) – A vetch
cracen, -t (L) – Slender
=cracy (G) – Rule; strength
cramb, -o (L): Cabbage; (G): parched
cran, -o, =us (G) – A helmet
crang, -o, =on (G) – A shrimp
crani, -a, -o, -um (G) – The skull
cranter (G) – A performer
crapul, =a (L) – Intoxication
cras, -i (G) – Mix, blend
crasped, -o (G) – A border
crass (L) – Thick
crastin (L) – Tomorrow
crat, -ero, -i, -o, =us (G) Strength, power
crataeg, =us (G) – A kind of thorn
crater, =a (L) – A bowl
crati (L): Wickerwork; (G): strength, power
crato (G) – Strength, power
cre, =as, -at, -o (G) – Flesh, meat
crebr (L) – Frequent, close
crecisc (L) – A rail-like bird
crem, -a (L

. Burn
crem, -a. -o (G) – Hang
=cremaster (G) – A suspender
cren, -a, -o (G) – A spring
cren, -a, -ul (L) – A notch
creo (G) – Flesh, meat
crepi, -do, =s (G) – A boot, sandal
crepit (L) – Creak, rattle
crepuscul (L) – Twilight
cresc (L) – Grow, increase
cret, =a, (L): Chalk; separated; (G): Crete
=crex (G) – A rail
crib, -ell, -r (L) – A sieve
cric, -o, =us (G) – A ring, circle
crin, -o, -um (G) – A lily; separate
crini, -s (L) – The hair
crinit (L) – Bearded
crio (G) – A ram
crisi, -us (G) – A judgment, a choosing
crisp (L) – Curled
crissa, -i (L) – The under tail coverts
crist, =a (L) – A crest
crith, =a (G) – Barley
criti, -c (G) – Chosen, select
croc, -e (G) – A pebble; a thread
croc, -o (G) – The crocus; saffron, orange-colored
crocid (G) – The nap on cloth
crocodil, =us (G) – A lizard, crocodile
crocut, =a (L) – A hyena
cromy, -o. =um (G) – An onion
cross, -o (G) – A tassel, fringe
crotal, =um (G) – A rattle, castanet
crotaph, =us (G) – The temples
croto (G) – Rattle; a tick
croton (G) – A tick; the castor oil plant
cruci (L) – A cross; torture
crudesc (L) – Becoming raw
cruent (L) – Bleeding, bloody
cruor (L) – Blood
crur, -a (L) – The leg, shank
=crus (L) – The leg, shank
crusi, -s (G) – A stroke on a stringed instrument
crust, =a (L) – A crust, rind
=crux (L) – A cross
cry, _mo, -o (G) – Cold, frost
crybel, -o (G) – Hidden
cryph (G) – Hidden
cryps (G) – Secret
crypt, -o (G) – Hidden, concealed
cryst, -allo (G) – Ice, crystal

cten, -idi, -iz, -o (G) – Comb
cton, -o (G) – Kill
cub (L): Lie down; (NL): Cuba; (G): a cube
cubit, =um (L) – The elbow
cubo (G) – A cube
cucuj (Br) – A kind of beetle
cucul, -i, =us (L) – A cuckoo
cucull, =us (L) – A hood
cucum, -er, -is (L) – A cucumber
cucurbit, =a (L) – A gourd
=cul, =a, =um, -us (L) – Little
cule, =us (L) – A sack
=culex, culic (L) – A gnat
culin, =a (L) – A kitchen
culm, =us (L) – A stalk
culm, =en, -in (L) – A ridge, summit
culp, =a (L) – Crime, fault, blame
cult (L) – Cultivate, plow, till
cultr (L) – A knife
=culu, =s, -m (L) – Little
cum, -a, -ato (G) – A wave
cumb (L) – Lie down
cumul, -o (L) – A heap, mass; form a heap
cun, a (L) – A cradle
cunabul, =a (L) – A cradle
cune, -1, =us (L) – A wedge
cunicul, –us (L) – A rabbit; an underground passage
cunil, -a (L) – A kind of plant
cunn, =us (L) – The vulva
cup, =a (L) – A tub
cupedi (L) – Dainty
cupid (L) – Desire; eager
cupr, -i, -op -um. (L) – Copper
cupul, -a (L) – A cup, cask
curcu (Ar) – Orange-colored
=curculio, -n (L) – A weevil
curr, -en (L) – Run; running
curso, -r (L) – Run; a runner
curt, -i (L) – Short
curt, -o (G) – Curved
curv, – i (L) – Curved
=cuscuta (Ar) – Dodder
cuspi, -d, – s (L) – A point
custod (L) – Guard
cut, -ane, -i, -ic (L) – Skin

cyam, -o, -us (G) – A bean
cyan, -e, -i, -o (G) – Dark blue
cyath, =us (G) – A cup
cybe (G) – The head of a mushroom
cybern (G) – Steer, guide
=cybister (G) – A diver
cybo (G) – A cube
cyca, -d (G) – A kind of palm
cycl, -o, -us (G) – A circle, wheel
cycn, -o (G) – A swan
cydn, -o (G) – Splendid, noble, famous
cydon, -i (G) – The quince
cyem, -a, -ato, -i (G) – An embryo
cyesi, -o, =s (G) – Pregnancy
cygn, =us (G) – A swan
cylichn, =a (G) – A small cup
cylind, -ro (G) – A roll, cylinder
cyll, -o (G) – Lame, crippled
cym, =a, -o (G) – A wave; an embryo
cymb, =a, -i, -o (G) – A hollow vessel
cyn, -o (G) – A dog
cynip, -s (G) – A kind of insect
cyo (G) – The foetus
=cyon (G) – A dog
cypar, -is (G) – The cypress
cyper, -us (G) – A rush, sedge
cyph, -o (G) – Bent
cyphell, -a (G) – The hollow of the ear
cypr, -ae, -i. -o (L) – Venus; love
cyprid (G) – Lovely
cyprin, -o, -us (G) – A carp
cypsel (G) – A hollow structure; a swift; a beehive
cyri, -o (G) – Master of; critical; authentic
cyrt, -o (G) – Curved, convex
cyst, -is, -o (G) – The bladder; a bag
cyt, -e, -o, -us (G) – A hollow place; a cell

D

dacn. (G) – Bite, sting
dacry, -m, -o (G) – Tears, weeping
dactyl, -o, -us (G) – A finger or toe
daedal (L) – Adorn; adorned
daict (G) – Butcher
=dama (L) – A deer
daped, -um, (G) – A level surface; plains
daphn, -a, -t (G) – The laurel or bay tree
dapi, -do, -s (G) – A carpet
dapsil. (G) – Plentiful
dapt, -es (G) – Devour; an eater
dart, -o (G) – Flayed, skinned
das, -i, -y (G) – Hairy, shaggy
dasci, -o (G) – Much shaded
dascyll (G) – A kind of fish
dato (G) – Divide, distribute
=daucus (G) – The carrot
daul, -o (G) – Shaggy

de (L) – From, down, out
dealbat (L) – Whitewashed
debil, -i (L) – Disabled, weak
deca. (G) – Ten
decem. (L) – Ten
decen -t (L) – Decent, proper
decid, -u (L) – Fallingoff
decim. (L) – One-tenth; ten
decis (L) – Cutoff; settled
declivi (L) – Sloping, bent down
decor (L) – Elegant
dect, -o (G) – Received; bite, sting
decuss, -1. (L) – The number “ten” (X); a crossing
dedal (L) – Adorn; adorned
=degma., -to (G) – A bite, sting
dehisc (L) – Split
dei (L) – A god
deil, -e (G) – Evening
dein, -o (G) – Terrible
deipn, -o (G) – A meal, dinner
del, -e, -o (G) – Visible
dele, -t (L) – Destroy
delect (L) – Charming; a selection
delic, -at, -io (L) – Pleasing, alluring
deliquesc (L) – Liquify
defir (L) – Crazy
delo (G) – Visible
delph, -i, -y (G) – The womb, uterus
delpha, -c, -x (G) – A little pig
delphi, -n, -s (G) – A dolphin
delphini, -um. (G) – Larkspur
delphy, -s (G) – The womb, uterus
delt (G) – The letter “delta”; triangular
dem, -o, -us (G) – People; fat
dernas (G) – A living body
demn (G) – A bed
demono (L) – An evil spirit
dendr, -o, -on, -um, (G) – A tree
dens (L) – Thick; a tooth
dent, -i, -o (L) – A tooth
dentat (L) – ,, Toothed
deo (L) – A god
deon, -to (G) – Necessity, duty
-depas, -tr (G) – A cup, goblet, beaker
deph, -o (G) Knead
deplanat (L) Flattened
der, -o (G) – The neck; the hide; old; flay
derm, =a, -ato, -o (G) – Skin
dertr, =um (G) – The membrane containing the bowels
desert (L) – Solitary, lonely
designat (L) – Marked
desis (G) – A binding
desm, -a, -i, -io, -o (G) – A band, bond, ligament
desud (L) – Sweat greatly
detrit (L) – Wear off
deuma, -to (G) – Wet, soaked
deutero (G) – The second
dex (G) – An insect; a worm
dexi , -o (G) – The right-hand side; clever
dext, -er, -r, -ro (L) – The righthand side; clever

di, -a (G) – Across, through; separate, apart
di, _s (G) – Separate, apart; double, two
diabol, -o (G) – Slanderous
diadem, –a (G) – A crown, turban
diadoch, -o, =us (G) – A successor
diadrom, -o (G) – Wandering
=diaeresis (G) – A division
diago (G) – Transmission
dialy, -s, -t (G) – Separate, break up, dissolve
diapedes (G) – Leaping through or across
diaphor, -o (G) – Different
-diastema, -to (G) – A space, interval
diastol (G) – Standing apart
diastroph, -o (G) – Distorted
diathesi, -s (G) – A condition, arrangement
=diazoma, -to (G) – A girdle; the waist
dibam, -o (G) – On two legs
dic (G) – Right; a wood worm
dicell, -a (G) – A two-pronged hoe
dich, -o (G) – Two, in two
dichas, =is (G) – A division
dichel, -o, -us (G) – Cloven-hoofed; forceps
dicho (G) – In two; split
dicr, -o (G) – Forked
dicran, -o (G) – Two-headed, two pointed
dicrot, -o (G) – Double -oared
dict (L) – Say, pronounce, tell
dicty, -oi, lum (G) – A net
dicyrt, -o (G) – Two-humped
didi (L) – Distribute
didym, -o (G) – Double, twin; the testes
=dieresis (G) – A division
diet (G) – A mode of living
difflu (L) – Flow apart
digest (L) – Dissolved; digest
digit, -al, -i (L) – A finger or toe
dign (L) – Worthy, fit
dilat (L) – Expanded
dimidi (L) – Half; to halve
dimin (L) – Lessen
din, -o (G) – Terrible; whirling
dio (G) – Divine, noble
diphy (G) – Of a double nature, two fold
dipl, -o (G) – Double, two
dipn, -o, =um (G) – A meal, food
dips, -a, -i (G) – Thirsty, dry
dipther, -a (G) – Leather, skin, membrane
dir (G): The neck; (L): dreadful
dirig, -o (L) – Direct
dis (G) – Separate, apart; double, two
disc, -i -o -us (G) – A round plate
discors (L) – Discordant, disagreeing
disso (G) – Double
dist, -a (L) – Stand apart, be distant
ditto (G) – Double
diure, -s -t (G) – Urinate
diurn (L) – Daily, in the daytime
divaric, -a (L) – Spread apart
diversi (L) – Various; separated
divert (L) – Turn aside

doc, -o, -us (G) – A beam; a spar
doce (G) – Seem; think
doch, -i (G) – Receive; receptacle
dochm, -i, -o (G) – Slanting, side ways
doci, -i (L) – Teach; teachable
docim (G) – Examine, test, prove
doco (G) – A beam; a spar
doct (L) – Learned, skilled
=doctor (L) – A teacher
adocus (G) – Abeam; a spar
dodeca (G) – Twelve
dodo (Pg) – Foolish
=dogma, -t (G) – An opinion, decree
dolabr, -a (L) – An axe, mattock
doler, -o (G) – Deceptive
doli, -o, um (L) – A jar
dolich, -o(G) – Long
dolio – (L): A jar;
(G): crafty
dolo, -m, -p (G) – Fraud, deceit, trick
dolor (L) – Sorrow
dom, -o, =us (G) – A house
=doma, -to (G) – A gift; a house
domestic (L) – Around the house
dominic (L) – Of a lord
dominic, -ens (L) – Of St. Domingo
=dominus (L) – A lord
dona (L) – Give; a gift
dona, -c, =x (G) – A reed
donesi (G) – Trembling, shaking
dor, =a, -o (G) – A hide, skin
dorat, -ium (G) – A small spear
dorca, -do, -s (G) – A gazelle
dori, -d, -s (G) – A sacrificial knife
dorm, -it (L) – Sleep
doro (G) – A spear; a hide, skin; a gift
dors, -o, -um (L) – The back
dory, -t (G) – A spear; a beam, shaft
dosi (G) – A gift
dox, =a (G) – An opinion; glory

=draba (G) – A mustard-like plant
drac, -aen, -o, -on (L) – A serpent, dragon
drachm, =a (G) – A weight
dram (G) – Run
drama, -t (G) – Perform; drama
drapet, -es (G) – A fugitive
dras, -t (G) – Act; an agent
drasteri (G) – Active
drepan, -i, -um (G) – A sickle
drimy (G) – Piercing, stinging
drom, -a, -ae, -aeo, -i, -o, -us (G) Run; running; a race
dros, -o (G) – Dew
droser, -o (G) – Dewy
drup, =a (G) – An over-ripe olive; a stone fruit
dry, -o, =s (G) – A tree; oak
drym, -o, =us (G) – Forest, woodland
drypt, -o (G) – Tear, scratch

du, -o (L) – Two, double
dubi (L) – Doubtful
duc, -t (L) – Lead
dul, -io, -o (G) – A slave, servant
dulc, -i (L) – Sweet
dulich, -o (L) – Long
dum, -us (L) – A bramble
duo (L) – Two, double
duodec, -im (L) – Twelve
duoden, -I (L) – Twelve each
dupl, sex, -ic, -ici (L) – Double
dur, -a, -o (L) – Hard

dya, -d, -s (G) – Two
dyn, -am, -amo, -ast (G) – Be able; power, energy
dyo (G) – Enter, dive; two, in twos
dys (G) – Bad, malicious, hard; enter, dive
dysis (G) – Sinking; put on, clothe
dysporo (G) – Hard to pass
dyt, -es (G) – Dive, enter

E

e (see also ae, ai, o, or oe,)
e (L) – Out, without, from
-eae (the ending of plant tribe names)
ear, -in, -o (G) – Spring, spring time
eb, – en, -o (G) – The ebony tree
ebri (L) – Drunk
eburne (L) – Ivory

ec (G) – Out, out of, from
ecaton (G) – A hundred
eccli (G) – Bend down, turn aside
eccri, -s, -t (G) – Separation; chosen
eccroust (G) – Beaten out, driven away
eccye (G) – Give birth to, bring forth
ecdem, -I, -io (G) – Travel, go abroad
ecdys, -is (G) – An escape, slipping out
ece, zsis, =tes (G) – Dwell; a dweller
ecgon (G) – Born, descended from
ech, -o (L) – Reverberation of sound
echel (F) – A ladder
echene, -I (G) – Holding ships fast; a kind of fish
echi, -dn, -s (G) – A viper, adder
echin, -o, =us (G) – A hedgehog; a sea urchin
echm, -at (G) – An obstacle, prop
echo (L) – Reverberation of sound
echth, -ist, -o, -r (G) – Hated; hatred
-ecious (G) – A house
eclamp (G) – Shine
eclip, -s (G) – Deficient; leave out
eclog (G) – Pick out, select
eco, (G) – A house, abode
ecphyad (G) – An outgrowth, appendage
ecphyl (G) – Alien, strange
ecphym, -a (G) – An eruption of pimples
ecphys (G) – Blow out
ecro (G) – Escape; keep safe
ect, -o (G) – Outside, out, outer
ecta, =sis (G) – An extension, dilation
ectemn, -o (G) Cut out, weaken
ecthym, -o (G) Spirited, eager, frantic
ecto (G) – Outside, out, outer
-ectomy (G) – Cutout
ectop, -I, -o (G) – Displaced, foreign
ectopist, -es (G) – A foreigner, wanderer
-ectopy (G) – Displacement
ectro, -m, -s (G) – Abortion, miscarriage
ecze, -m (G) – Boil over

edaph, -o (G) – The base, bottom; soil
ede, -o (G) – The genitals
=edema, -t (G) – A swelling, tumor
edest, wes (G) – An eater
edibil (L) – Edible
edr, -a, -I (G) – A seat
ef
(L) – Out, from, away
efferen (L) – Carrying away
effluen (L) – Flowing away
effod. (L) – Digging; dig out

egeri, =a (L) – A nymph
egi, – s (L) – A shield, armor
ego (L) – Myself, self
egregor (G) – Watch
egresso (G) Watchful
=egretta (F) – A kind of heron
eido
(G) A form, Image; like
eidol, -o (G) – An idol, image
eir, -o (G) – Wool
eis (G) – In, into, toward
ejacul
(L) – Throw out
eka, -st, -sto
(G) – One, each
ekaton (G) – A hundred

elacat, -a (G) – A staff
elach, -ist, -y (G) – Small
eleagn, -us (G) – A marsh plant
elaeo, elaio, (G) – An olive; Olive Oil
elan, -o, -us (G) – A kite; drive
elap, as (L) – A sea fish; a serpent
elaph, -o, -us (G) – A stag, deer
elaphr, -o (G) – Light in weight
elaps (L) – A sea fish; a serpent; slipped away
elasm, -o, -us (G) – A plate, metal plate
elasso (G) – Make less
elat (L) – High, lofty
elater (G) – A driver
elatin, -o (G) – Fir-like; a toadflax
elatr (L) – Bark, cry out
elatri, -e (G) – Draw, pull
elc, -o, -oma, -os (G) – A wound, sore
elcysm (G) – Dragging
elect (L) – Choose
electr, -I, -o (G) – Amber; electricity
eleg (G): Mourning-, (L): choice
elegan, -t (L) – Elegant, fine
elench (G) – Disgrace; test
eleo (G) – A marsh; oil; distracted
eleph, -as, -ant (G) – An elephant; ivory
elephant, -I, -o (G) – An elephant
eleuther, -o (G) – Free
elig (L) – A choice; choose
eligrn, -o (G) – Winding, twisting
elis (L) – Eradicated
-ell, -a, sum, aus (L) – Small
ellip, -s, -t (G) – Wanting, falling short; elliptical
ellop, -s (G) – A sea fish; mute
elo, -d (G) – A marsh
elop, – s (G) – A sea fish; mute
elu, -d, -s (L) – Get away from
elut (L) – Washed out
elym, -o (G) – A case, sheath; a kind of grass
elysi, -s (G) – A step
elytr, -o, -um (G) – A sheath, cover

em (L) – In, into
embal, -io, -m (G) – Throw in, put In
emberiz, -a (NL) – A bunting
embi, -a, -o (G) – Lively, long-lived
embol, -Im, -o (G) – Inserted; a wedge
embrith, -o (G) – Heavy,
embryo (G) – An embryo
emer, -a (G) – A day
emer, -o (G) – Domestic, tamed
emet, -i, -o (G) – Vomit
emetic (G) – Producing vomiting
-emia (G) – Blood
emmel, -eia. (G) – A harmony, dance
emmen, -a, -o (G) – Monthly; the menses; faithful
emolli (L) – Soften
emphrax, -I, -is (G) – An obstruction
emphys (G) – Inflate
emphyt, -o (G) – Implanted, Innate
empi, -d, -s (G) – A gnat
empir, -o (G) – Experienced
empres, -i, -m (G) – Burning; set on fire
=empusa (G) – A hobgoblin, ghost
empy, -ema (G) – Form pus
emulsi (L) – Milk out, exhaust
emy, -d, -s (G) – A tortoise, turtle

en (G) – In, into
enali, -o (G) – Of the sea, marine
enall, -a, -agrn (G) – Differ from
enallax (G) – Crosswise
enant, -I (G) – Opposite
encarsi (G) – Oblique
encephal, -o, -us (G) – The brain
ench, -o, -us (G) – A spear
enchely, – s (G) An eel
enchym, -a (G) An infusion
end , o (G) – Within, inner
endym, -a, -ato (G) – A garment
endysi, -s (G) – Entering; a putting on
enem, -a (G) – Send in
engraul, =is (G) – A small fish
engy (G) – Near; narrow
enhydr, -is (G) – An otter; a water snake
enhydr, -o (G) – Living in water
enic, -o (G) – Singe
enne, -a (G) – Nine
eno, (G) – Wine
enod (L) – Without knots, smooth
-ens, -e, -is (L) – Of, belonging to
ensi, -s (L) – A sword
ent, -o (G) – Within, interior
entas, -is (G) – A stretching; a spasm
entelech (G) – Perfect
enter (L) – Between, among
enter, -o, 3sum (G) – The intestine, gut
enthet, -ic, -o (G) – Put in, im-planted
ento (G) – Within, Interior
entom, =a, -o (G) – An insect
enton, -I, -o (G) – Tension; strained
entrop (G) – Turn in, turn toward
enydr, -is (G) – An otter; aquatic
enygr, -o (G) – Watery, in water

eo, -s (G) – Dawn; early
eol, -I, -o (G) – Quick-moving; the winds
ep, -h, -I
(G) – Upon, over, beside
epacr, -o (G) – Pointed
epagog, -o (G) – Enticing, bringing in
epan, -et, -I (G) – Relaxing
epeir, -o, =us (G) – The mainland, a continent
ependy, -ma, -tes (G) – A tunic
epenthes, -is (G) – An insertion
eph (G) – Upon, over, beside
epheb, -o (G) – Youth
ephemer, -I, -o (G) – For a day, temporary
ephesti (G) – Domestic
ephippi, =us (G) – A saddle
ephydr, -o (G) – Rainy, watery; living on the water
ephyr, =a (G) – A sea nymph; Corinth
epi (G) – Upon, over, beside
epial, -o, =us (G) – A nightmare; ague
epiblem, =a, -ato (G) – A cover, cloak
epidemi, -o (G) – An epidemic; among the people
epidos, =is (G) – An enlargement; increase
epier, -a (G) – Pleasing
epilep, -s, -t (G) – A laying hold of
epilept, -o (G) – Epilepsy
epimach, -o (G) – Assailable
epipast, -o (G) – Sprinkled
epiped, -o (G) – On the ground, level
epiphor, -a (G) – An addition
epiphor, -o (G) – Inclined, sloping
epiplo (G) – A thin membrane, caul
epir, -o, -us (G) – The mainland, a continent
episio (G) – Region of pubes; vulva
epistasi, =s (G) – A stopping; attention
epistroph (G) – Turn about; attention
epithalam, -i (G) – Nuptial
epithe, -ca, -m, -s, -t (G) – Added, laid on; covered
epithym, -i (G) – Longing, desire
epitrop (G) – Reference; a guardian
epomidi, -o (G) – On the shoulder
=epops (G) – The hoopoe
ept, -a (NL) – Seven
epul, -um (L) – A feast
epulot (G) – Healing; a scar
epy (G) – Tall

equ, -a, -i (L) – Equal
equestr (L) – A horseman
equi (L) – Equal; a horse
equin (L) – Pertaining to horses
equitan (L) – Riding a horse
equu, =s (L) – A horse
er
(G) – Spring; the earth
eran, -o (G) – A contribution; a society
erann, -o (G) – Pleasing
erasmi, -o (G) – Lovely
erast, =es, -o (G) – A lover; beloved
erat, -o (G) – Lovely
ereb, -o, -us (G My) – Darkness
erect (L) – Upright
erem, -i, -o (G) – A lonely place
erema (G) – Gently, calmly
eresis (G) – Take
eret, -mo (G) – An oar; a rower
ereth, -ist (G) – Irritate, rouse to anger
ereun (G) – Probe, search
erg, -asia, -o (G) – Work
ergat, -es, -o (G) – A worker
ergot (F): Spur; (L): a fungus
eri (G) – Early, spring; wool; very much; a hedgehog
eric, -a (G) – A heath
erici, -n, -us (L) – A hedgehog
=erigeron (G) – A kind of plant
erin (G) – A hedgehog; woolen
erio (G) – Wool
eris, -m, -t (G) – Quarrel
=erisma, -t (0) – A prop, support
=eristalis (L) – An unknown precious stone
ern, -o (G) – A sprout; a child
erod, -I (G) – A heron
eros (G): Love; (L): gnawed away
erot, -e, -em (G) – Question, ask
erot, -o (G) – Love
erotyl (G) – A darling
erpe, -s, -t (G) – Creep; a creeper
err, -an, -at (L) – Wander; wandering
ers, -ae, -e (G) – Dew; dewy, fresh; young
eruc, -a, -I (L) – A caterpillar
erupt (L) – Burst forth
erycin, -a (L) – Venus, goddess of love and beauty
eryng, -us (G) – A kind of thistle
eryo (G) – Draw, drag
erysi (G) – Red
erythr, -o (G) – Red

es (G) – Into, to
-es (G) – (a suffix meaning an agent or doer)
-esc, -en, -ens (L) – Becoming; slightly
eschar (G) – A fireplace; a scab; a kind of fish
eschat, -o (G) – Extreme, last
eschyn (G) – Shame
escul, -us (L) – Italian oak
esculen, -t (L) – Edible
eso (G) – Within, inward
esophag, -o, -us (G) – The esophagus
esoter (G) – Inner, interior
est, -es (NL) – An eater
esth (G) – Feel, perceive; clothe; eat
esthem, -ato (G) – Perception
esthes (G) – A garment
esthesi, -o (G) – Sensation, perception
esthet (G) – Sensible; a garment
esthi, -o (G) – Eat
estival (L) – Summer
-estr (L) – Belonging to, living in
estr, -o, -us (G) – A gadfly; frenzy
estu, -a (L) – Boil
estuar (L) – The sea

-etes (G) – Dwell; a dweller; one who
eth , er (G) – The upper air
eth, -o (G) – Custom, habit; abode
etheo (G) – Strain, sift; a bachelor
ether, -i (G) – The upper air
ethic (G) – Moral; national
ethiop (G) – Ethiopian, African; dark
ethm, -o, -us (G) – A sieve
ethn, -o (G) – A nation
etho (G) – Custom, habit; abode
etio (G) – A cause
etiol (NL) – Pale, whitish
etr, -a, -o (G) – The belly, pelvis
-ett, -a, mum, -us (NL) – Small
etym, -o (G) – True; truth

eu (G) – Good, well
euch (G) – Pray
eudi, -o (G) – Calm, clear
eulab (G) – Wary, cautious
-eum (NQ – A place where
eunuch (G) – Guardian of the couch
euonym (G) – Having a good name
eupatori, mum (G) – Agrimony
euphorbi, mum (G) – An African plant
neuphrasia (G) – Delight
euphy (G) – Shapely
eur, -o (G) – East; the east wind; southeast; broad
eurin (G): Keen-scented; (L): the east wind
euro, -t (G) – Mold eury (G) – Broad, wide
eustachi (N) – Eustachio, an Italian anatomist
eutact (G) – Orderly
eutel (G) – Worthless
euthem (G) – Orderly
euthy (G) – Straight
euthym, -o (G) – Generous
ev
(G) – Good, well
evacu, -a (L) – Empty
evani, -d (L) Disappearing
evani, -o (G) Making trouble easily
evect (L) – Carried out, led away
evectic (L) – Good health
evira (L) – Castrate
evolut (L) – An unrolling
evuls (L) – Pull away, pull out

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ex
(L) – Out, off, from, beyond
exacerb (L) Violent, bitter
exagger (L) Heap up
=exanthema, -to (G) – An eruption
exarat (L) Plowed up
excert (L) Projecting
excit, -o (L) – Call forth, arouse
excresc (L) – Growing up
excret (L) Separate, throw out
exeden (L) Eating out
exhib (L) – Give, present
exhil, -ar (L) – Cheer, gladden
exi (L): Go out; (G): habit
exigu (L) – Short, small
exil, -i (L) – Small, thin, slender
exo (G) – Out, outside, without
exod, -o, =us (G) – A going out
exorm, -i (G) Go forth
exoter, -o (G) Outside
exotic (G) – Foreign
expir (L) – Breathe out
expuls (L) – Driven out
exsula (L) – A stranger; an exile
extern, -o (L) – Outside, outer
extim, (L) – Farthest away
extra (L) Outside, more, beyond, besides
extrins (L) – From the outside
extrors (L) – On the outside
exuber (L) – Abundant
exud (L) – Sweat
exust (L) – Burned up, consumed
exuv, -i (L) – That which is taken off
ewxygr, -o (G) – Wet

fab, -a, -ell (L) – A bean
fabul, -a (L) – A fable
faci, -a, -es (L) – The face; appearance
facil (L) – Easy
=facula (L) – A little torch
facult (L) – Capability, skill.
faec, -i (L) – Dregs
fag, -a, -us (L) – The beech
falc. -i (L) – A sickle
=falco , -n (L) – A falcon
fallac (L) – Deceptive
fals, -i (L) – False
=falx (L) – A sickle
fam, -eli, -in (L) – Hungry
fal (L) – Friendly; a family
fantas (L) – Fancy
farc. (L) – Stuff; stuffing
farin, -a (L) – Flour, coarse meal
fasci, -a (L) – A bundle; a band
fasciat (L),. Banded
fascin (L) – Charm, bewitch
fasciol, -a (L) – A little bandage
fastigi, mum (L) – Pointed; the point, top, summit; depth
fatu (L) – Foolish, silly
fauc, -es, -i (L) – The throat
faun (My) – Faunus, god of agriculture and the shepherds
fav, -o, =us (L) – A honeycomb
favill, =a (L) – Embers

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febr, -i
(L) – Fever; boil
fec, -i (L) – Dregs
fecul (L) – Foul; sediment
fecund (L) – Fruitful
fell, -n, -s (L) – A cat
felic (L) – Favorable, lucky
fell (L) – The gall bladder; bile
felo (L) – A cat; a robber
fem, -or, -oro, mur (L) – The thigh
femin (L) – Female, of a woman
fenestr, -a (L) – A window
feng, -o (G) – Light
fenisec, -a (L) – A mower, harvester
fer (L) – Bear, carry
fer, -a (L) – Wild; a wild beast
ferment (L) – Yeast, leaven
fero, -c, ux (L) – Fierce, wild
-ferous (L) – Bearing
ferr, -o (L) – Iron
ferrugin (L) – Rust-colored
ferrul (F) – A ring, bracelet
fertil (L) – Fruitful
ferul, -a (L) – A walking stick; fennel
ferv, -en, -id, -or (L) – Heat, burning
fess (L) – Weary, feeble
festin (L) – Quick
festuc, -a (L) – A stem, stalk
fet, -i, -us (L) – The young in the womb
feti, -d (L) – Ill-smelling, putrid
-fex (NL) – A maker

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=fiber
(L) – A beaver
fibr, -in, -o (L) – A fiber; a beaver
fibul, -a (L) – A clasp, buckle
fic, -ation (L) – Make, making
fic, -o, =us (L) – The fig
fide, -i, -n (L) – Faithful, trusting
fidi (L) – A lute
fidic, -in (L) – A lute player
figul, =a (L) – A potter
figur, -a (L) – A form, figure
fil, -i, -o, mum (L) – A thread
fili, -a (L) – A son or daughter
fili, -c, -x (L) – A fern
fim, =us (L) – Dung
fimbri, =a (L) – A fringe, fibers
fin, -a, -i (L) – An end, limit
firm (L) – Firm, strong
fisc, =us (L) – The state treasury; a woven basket
fiss, -i, -ur (L) – A cleft
fistul, =a, -i (L) – A pipe, tube
fivor (L) – Bluish

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flabell, =a
(L) – A fan
flabr (L) – The breeze, winds
flacc, -id (L) – Flabby
flagell, =um (L) – A whip
flagr, -an (L) – Burn, burning
flamm (L) – Flame, burn
flamme (L) – Flame-colored
flat (L) – Blow, blown
flav (L) – Yellow
flect (L) Bend
fleur (F) Flower
flex, -i (L) – Bend; pliant
flexu (L) – Winding
flig (L) – Dash; strike down
flo (L) – Blow
flocc (L) – A lock of wool, flake
flor, -a, -i (L) – A flower
florid (L) – Flowery
floscul, =us (L) – A little flower
flu (L) – Flow
fluctu (L) – Wave, move to and fro
fluen, -t (L) – Flowing
flum, =en, -in, -ini (L) – A river
fluo (L) – Flow
fluster (NL) – Plait, weave
fluvi, =a, -atil (L) – A river
flux (L) – Flowing

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foc, -i, =us
(L) – A point, focus; a fireplace
fodien, -t (L) – DiggIng
foed (L) – Filthy, ugly; an agreement
foenisec, =a (L) – A mower, harvester
foeten (L) – Fetid, evil smelling
-foetus (L) – The young in the womb
foli, -a, =um (L) – A leaf
folli (L) – A bag, bellows
follicul (L) – A little bag
fon (G) – Kill
fon, =s, -t, -tan (L) – A fountain
foram, =en, -in (L) – An opening
forcip, -i (L) – Forceps
forf, =ex, -ic (L) – Scissors
forficat (L) – Forked
fori, -s (L) – A door; out of doors
form, =a (L) – Form, shape
formic, =a (L) – An ant
formid (L) Fear
formos (L) Graceful, beautiful
forn, -ic, =ix (L) – An arch; a brothel
fort, -i (L) – Strong
fortuit (L) – At random; fluctuating
foss, =a (L) – A ditch, trench
fossil (L) – Dug up
-fossor, -i (L) – A digger
fossul (L) – Burrow
fove, =a (L) – A pit

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fracid
(L) – Mellow, soft
fract (L) – Break; broken
frag, =a (L) – Break; a strawberry
fragm, -en, -in (L) – A piece
fragr (L) – Emit a scent
framb, -es, -oes (L) – A raspberry
frang (L) – Break
frat, =erl- -r (L) – A brother
fratercul, =us (L) – A little brother
fraud, -a (L) – Cheat
fraxin, =us (L) – The ash tree
fregat, =a (It) – A frigate
frem, -it (L) – Roar, murmur
fren, -a, -at, um (L) – A bridle
frict (L) – Rub
frig, -er, -id, -or (L) – Cold
fringill -a (L) – A finch
fritill, =us (L) – A dice box
frivol (L) – Silly
frond, -e, -i (L) – A leaf, foliage
=frons (L) – The forehead, brow; a leaf, foliage
front, -o (L) – The forehead, brow
fruct, -i’ -us (L) – A fruit
frugal (L) – Economical, thrifty
frugi (L) – Useful, fit
frument, -um (L) – Corn, grain
frustr (L) – in vain; deception
frustul, -um (L) – A little piece
frut, =ex, -ic (L) – A shrub

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fuc, -i’ -us
(L) – A seaweed; red
fug, -i (L) – Flee, dispel
fuga -ci, =x (L) – Swift
-ful (E) – Full of
fulcr, =um (L) – A support, prop
fulg, -en, -i (L) – Flash, gleam
fulg, -or, -ur (L) – Lightning
fulic, =a (L) – A coot
fulig, -in (L) – Soot; sooty
fulm, =en, -in (L) – Lightning; a thunderbolt
fuiv (L) Reddish yellow, tawny
fum (L) Smoke
fun, -al, -i, -is (L) – A rope
funct (L) – Perform
fund (L) – Pour
fund, -a, -i (L) – A sling; the bottom
fune, -bri, -re (L) – A funeral; death
fung, -i, =us (L) – A mushroom, fungus
funi, -cul, =s (L) – A rope, cord
fur, -en (L) – Rage
furc, na, -i (L) – A fork
furfur (L) – Bran, scurf, dandruff
furi, -os (L) – Rage, madness
furn, -ari, -us (L) – An oven
furor (L) – Madness, fury
furtiv (L) – Secret; stolen
furunc (L) – A boil; a petty thief
fus, -i (L) – A spindle; pour out
fusc (L) – Dusky, brown
fust, -i, -is (L) – A club, cudgel

G

gad, -o, -us (G) – A kind of fish
gaea (G) – The earth
gagat (G) – jet black
=gala, -ct, -cto (G) – Milk
galag (Af) – A lemur-like animal
galat, -ea, -hei (G) – A sea nymph
galax, -i (G) – Milky
galb (L) – Yellow; a small worm
galban (L) Greenish yellow
galbul (L) An oriole; a cypress nut
gale, -a (L) – A helmet
gale, -a, -i (G) – A weasel, cat
galen, -a (G) – Calm, rest; lead ore
galeo, -d (G) – A shark
galer, (L): A cap; (G): cheerful
galgul, -us (L) – A woodpecker
galid (G) – A little’weasel
=galium (G) – The bedstraw
gall, -a (L) – A gall nut
gall, -in, -o, -us (L) – A chicken, cock
galvan, -i, -o (N: Galvani) – Pertaining to the electric current
gam., -o, -us (G) – Marriage
gammar, -us (L) – A kind of lobster
gamet (G) – A wife or husband
gamps, -o (G) – Curved, bent
-gamy (G) – Marriage, reproduction
gan, -eo, -o (G) – Beauty, luster
gangli, -on (G) – A knot on a string; swelling
gangren (G) – A sore; gangrene
gargal, -o (G) – Tickle; tickling
garrul (L) – Chattering
gast, er, -ero, -r, -ro (G) – The stomach, belly
gaud, -e, – i (L) – joy; joyous
gaur, -o (G) – Proud, majestic
gaus, -o (G) – Crooked
gavi, -a (L) – A sea bird, a loon
gavial, -is (NL) – A crocodile

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ge, -o
(G) – The earth
gecc, -o (NL) – A chirping lizard
geiss, -o (G) – A cornice, eaves
=geiton, -o (G) – A neighbor
gelast (G) – Laugh
gelat (L) – Frozen, jelly-like
gelid (L) – Cold
gelo (G): Laugh, laughter; (L) – cold; freeze
gemin (L) – Twin, double
gemm, -a, -ul (L) – A bud
gen (G): Bear, produce; (L): a nation, race
=gena (L) – The cheek, chin
gene, =a, -o (G) – Birth, descent, race
gene, =sis (G) – Origin, birth
genei (G) – A beard
gener (L) – Beget; a race; produce
genet (G) – Birth, ancestor
genethli (G) A birthday
geni, -o (G) The chin, jaw
-genic (G) – Producing
genicul, (L) The elbow, knee, joint
=genista (L) A broom plant
genit, -i, -o (L) – Beget
geno (G) – Race, offspring; sex
-genous (G) – Producing
=gens, gent (L) – A clan, tribe
gentian (G) – A gentian
genu (L) – The knee
=genus (L) – Birth, a race; a sort, class, kind
-geny (G) – Production
geny, -o, -s (G) – The jaw, chin
geo (G) – The earth
gephyr, =a, -o (G) – A bridge
ger, -o (L) – Bear, carry
gera, -s, -t (G) – Old age
gerb (Ar) – A kangaroo mouse
=gerfalco, -n (LL) – A sacred falcon
gero (L) – Bear, carry; (G): an old man
geron, -t (G) – An old man
-gerous (L) – Bearing
gerr, -ho, -i, -o (G) – A wicker shield
gery, -o (G) – Shout; speech
gest (L) – Carried
geus, -i, -t (G) – Taste

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gibb
(L) – Humped
giga, -n, -nto (G) – Giant, very large
gigno (G) – Know
gilv (L) – Pale yellow
gingiv, -a (L) – The gums
ginglym, -o, =us (G) – A hinge

glab, -er, -r
(L) – Smooth
glaci, -a (L) – Ice
gladi, -a, =us (L) – A sword
gland, -i (L) – An acorn; a gland
glani, =s (G) – A kind of fish
=glans, (L) – An acorn; a gland
glaphyr, -o (G) – Hollow; neat, polished
glare, =a, -o (L) – Gravel
glauc, -o (G) – Gray, bluish gray; a kind of fish
glaucidi, =um (G) – An owl
=glaux (G) – Milk vetch; an owl
gle, -a, -o (G) – Glue
gleb, =a (L) – A clod
glecho, =n (G) – Pennyroyal
glecom (G) – Pennyroyal
glen, -o (G) – A pit, socket; wonders
gleo (G) – Glue
gli, -a, -o (G) – Glue
gliri, -s (L) – A dormouse
glischr, -o (G) – Sticky; greedy
glob, -o, =us, (L) A ball, globe
gloch, -i, =is (G) A point
gloe, -a, -o. (G) – Glue
gloi, -o (G) – Glue
glo(L) – , -er, -us (L) – A ball of yarn; a ball
glori, a (L) – Glory
gloss, -a, -o (G) – The tongue
glott, -i, -o (G) – The tongue
gluc, -o (G) – Sweet
glum, -a (L) – A husk, hull
glut, -i (L) – To swallow; glue
glut, -e, -eo (G) – The rump
glutin (L) – Glue
glyc -er, -o (G) Sweet
glymma, -to (G) A carved figure
glyp, -h,, -ho, -t, -to (G) – Carve; carved, engraved

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gnamp, -to
(G) – Bent, curved
gnath, -o, =us (G) – The jaw
gnesi (G) – Genuine
gnorn, -a, -o (G) – A mark; judgment
gnomon (G) – judge; rule; a carpenter’s square
gnoph,-o (G) – Darkness
gnorim, -o (G) – Well known, familiar
gnos, =is, -t, -tic (G) – Know; known; knowledge

gobi, -us
(L) – A kind of fish
gomph, -o, -us (G) – A wedge-shaped bolt or nail
gomphi, -o (G) – A tooth
gomiphias (G) – A toothache
gompho, (G) – A bolt, nail; bolt together
gon, -e, -idi, -o, -y (G) – Seed, generation, offspring
gon, -i, nia, -io (G) – An angle
gon, -y (G) – The knee
gonato (G) – The knee
gone (G) – Seed, generation, offspring
gongyl, -o (G) – Round
goni, =a, -o (G) – Seed; an angle, corner
gonidi (G) – Seed; reproductive organ
gonim, -o (G) – Productive
gono (G) – Generation, offspring; seed; reproductive organ; the knee
-gony (G) – Seed; reproduction
gony, -o (G) – The knee
gordi (G My) – A kind of knot
gorg (F) – The throat
gorg, -o (G) – Grim, fierce
gossypi, =um, (L) – Cotton
gour, -a (NL) – A kind of pigeon

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gracil, -i
(L) – Slender
gracul, -us (L) – A jackdaw; a cormorant
grad, -a, -i (L) – Step, walk; slope, grade
grall, -a, -ato, -in (L) – Stilts
gram, =en, -in (L) – Grass
gramm, -a, -at (G) – A letter, writing
gran, -i, -o, -um (L) – Grain
grand, -i (L) – Large, great
grand, -in, =o (L) – Hail, a hailstone
granul (L) – A little grain
graph, -o, =y (G) – Write, writing
graps, -i (G) – A crab
grapt, -o (G) – Inscribed, written
grat, -i (L) – Pleasing; favor
grav, -e, -i (L) – Heavy
gravid (L) – Filled; pregnant
greg, -ar, -i (L) – A flock, herd; collect
gremi, =um (L) – The bosom
gress, -or (L) – Walk, walking
=grex (L) – A flock, herd
griph, -o (G) – A woven basket; a riddle
grise (ML) – Gray
griso (F) – Gray-haired
grom, -a (Q. A measuring rod
gross (Q. Thick; an unripe fig
grossul, -a, -ar (L) – A gooseberry
gru, -i, -s (L) – A crane
grum, -a (L) – A little heap
gryll, -us (L) – A cricket
grylle (Go) – The black guillemot
gryp, -o (G) – Curved, hooked, hook-nosed

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guan, -o
(Pv) – Dung
guara (Br) – An ibis
gubern, -a (L) – A rudder; govern
gubernator (L) – A pilot, governor
gul, -a (L) – The throat, gullet
gulos (L) – Gluttonous
gumm, -I (L) – Gum
gurg, -it (L) – A whirlpool; engulf
gust, -a (L) – Taste
gutt, -a (Q. A drop
=guttur, -I (L) – The throat

gyg, =es
(G) – A water bird
gymn, -o (G) – Naked, bare
gyn, -a, -e, -eco, -o (G) – A woman, female
gyp, s (G) – A vulture
gyps, -o (G) – Chalk
gyr, -a, -o (L) – Round; turning; a circle
gyrin, -o, -us (G) – A tadpole

H

haben, -a (L) – A thong, rein
habit (L) – Live, dwell; fleshy
=habitus (L) – The external aspect
habr, -o (G) – Dainty, delicate, pretty
hadr, -o (G) – Thick, stout
hadryn (G) – Ripen
haed, -us (Q. A young goat
haem, -a, -ato, -o (G) – Blood
haer, -esi (G) – Take
hagi, -o (G) – Sacred
hal, -a, -e, -it (L) – Breathe, breathing
=halcyon (G) – A kingfisher
halec, -o (L) – A herring
hali, -o (G) – The sea
halin, -o (G) – Made of salt
halla (G) – An assembly
haliaet, -e, -us (G) – A sea eagle, osprey
halio (G) – The sea
halit (L) – Breathing
hallo, (G) – Other; leaping
hallu, -c, -x (NL) – The great toe
hallucinat (L) – To wander in mind
halma, -to (G) – Leap, spring
halo (G) – The sea; salt; (L): breathe
halter (G) – A leaping weight
haltic (G) – Good at leaping, nimble
halys, -I, -is (G) – A chain, bond
ham, -at, -I (L) – A hook; hooked
hama (G) – All together, at the same time
hamamel, -is (G) – A tree with pear like fruit
hamarti, -a (G) – A fault, sin, error
hamat (L) – Hooked
hami (L) – A hook
hamm, -o (G) – Sand
=hamma, -to (G) – A knot, noose
hamul (L) – A little hook
hapal, -o (G) – Gentle, soft
haph, -o (G) – Touch, grasp
hapl, -o (G) – Simple, single
haplom, -a (G) – A coverlet
hapt, -o (G) – Fastened
=harelda (Ice) – A sea duck
harmo (G) – A joint; harmony
harmon, -I (G) – Music
harp, me, -1 (G) – A sickle; a bird of prey
harpa (LL) – A harp
harpac, -t (G) – Rob, seize
harpag, -I (G) – A hook
=harpe, harpi (G) – A sickle; a bird of prey
=hasta, -t (L) – A spear; spear shaped
hathr, -o (G) – Heaped, assembled
haust, -or, -r (L) – – Draw up, suck

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hebdom, -at
(G) – The seventh
hebe, -t (L) – Blunt; (G): youth, puberty
heca (G) – Far off
hecat, -o, -on (G) – A hundred
hecist, -o (G) – Least
hect, -o (G) – A hundred; the sixth
hed, -I, -o (G) – A seat, dwelling place
hede (G) – Sweet
hedeom, -a (G) – Sweet-smelling
heder, -a (L) – Ivy
hedi, hedo (G) – A seat, dwelling place
hedon (G) – Pleasure, delight
hedr, =a, -io, (G) – A seat; the anus
hedy, -1 (G) – Sweet
hel, -a, -eo, -o (G) – A bog, marsh
helco (G) – A sore; suck
heleni, mum (G) – A kind of plant
heleo (G) – A marsh, bog; pity
heli, -a, -o (G) – The sun
helic, -o (G) – A spiral, coil
helict (G) – Wreathed, twisted
=heligma, -to (G) – A winding, wrapper; a curl of hair
helio (G) – r1be sun
heliot, -h, -us (G) – The moon.
=helix (G) – A spiral, coil
hell, -a, -ado, -en (G) – Greece
hellu, -o (L) – A glutton
helmin, as, -th (G) – A worm
helo (G) – A nail, wart; a marsh
helo, -d (G) – A marsh
helv (L) – Tawny, yellowish
hem, -a, -ato, mia, -o (G) – Mood
hemer, -a, -o (G) – A day; tamed
hemi (G) – One-half
hen, -o (G) – A year; a year old
hendeca (G) – Eleven
henic, -o (G) – Single
henian, -o (G) – Humid
heno (G) – A year; a year old
hepa, -r, -t, -to (G) – The liver
hepial, -o, mus (G) – A nightmare
hept, -a (G) – Seven
heracle (G My) – Hercules, a mythological hero
herb, -a, -i, -o (L) – Grass
herc, -o, -us (G) – A wall, fence
hered (L) – An heir; Inherit; hereditary
herm, -a, -et (ML) – Male; secret
=herma, -to (G) – A prop, support
hermaphrodit (G My) – With both male and female organs
hermin, -o, =s (G) – A prop, support
hermos (Sp) – Beautiful
herni, =a (L) – A rupture
hero (G) – A hero
herodi (G) – A heron
herpes, -t (G) – Creep, creeping; herpes
herpet, -o (G) – A reptile
hesit, -a (L) – Stick fast
hesper, -I (G) – Evening; western
hestho (G) – Clothing, dress
hesych, -o (G) – Still, quiet
hesychast (G) – A hermit
heta, -er, -ir (G) – A companion
heter, -o (G) – Other, different
heur (G) – Invent, discover
hex, -a (G) – Six
hex, -I., -io, -is, -y (G) – Habit

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hiat, -us
(L) – An opening, gap
hibern, mus (L) – Winter
hibisc, =us (G) – The marsh mallow
hicori, -a (NL) – Hickory
hidro (G) – Sweat
hidry, -s, -t (G) – Seated, fixed
hiem, -al (L) – Winter
hier, -o (G) – Sacred
hiera, -c, ax (G) – A hawk
hil, -um (L) – A trifle, a little thing
hilar (L) – Gay, cheerful
himant, -o (G) – A strap
himati, cum (G) – A cloak
himer, -o (G) – Lovely; yearning
hipp, -e, -o,, -us (G) – A horse
hippari, -um (G) – A pony
=hippocampus (G) – A fabulous sea monster
hirc, -in, -us (L) – A goat
hirne, -a (L) – A jug
hirp, -ex, -ic (Q. A harrow
hirsur (Q. Hairy, rough
hirt (L) – Hairy, rough
hirud, -in, =o (L) – A leech
hirund, -in, -o (L) – A swallow
hisc (Q. Open
hispan, -i (Q. Spain; Spanish
hispid (Q. Hairy, bristly
hist, -o (G) – A web; tissue
=hister (Q. An actor
histero (G) – Behind
histi, -o, -um (G) – A little web; a sheet
histo (G) – A web; tissue
histor, -i (Q. History
=histrio, -ni (Q. An actor

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hod, -o, =us
(G) – A way, path
hol, -o (G) – Whole
holc, -o (G) – A furrow, trail; attractive; a grain
holothur, -i, =um (G) – A kind of zoophyte
hom, -eo, -o, -oeo, -oio (G) – Like, same, alike
hom, -in, -o (L) – Man
homalo (G) – Even, level
homar (OF) – A lobster
homeo (G) – Like, resembling alike
homin, -i (L) – Man
=homo (L) . Man
homo, -eo, -io, (G) – Like, resembling alike
hopl, -i, -o, -um (G) – Armor, weapo
hople (G) – A hoof
hoplist (G) – Armed
hoplit (G) – Heavily armed
hoplo, hoplum (G) – Armor, weapons
horde, -um (L) – Barley
horiz (G) – Horizon; bound
hormi (G) – Start, onset
hormo (G) – A chain
hormon (G) – Excite
horo (G) – A limit, boundary; season, hour, time
horre, -n, -s (L) – Dreadful; bristle, stand on end, tremble
horre, =um (L) – A storehouse
horri (Q. Terror; to bristle
horrib (Q. Terrible, fearful
horrid (L) – Rough, prickly
hort (Q. Urge
hort, -i, -us (L) – A garden
hosp, -it (Q. A guest
hosti (L) – An enemy

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hum, -at, -i
(L) – Earth, ground; bury
human (L) – Of a man
humer, -o, -us (L) – The shoulder
humesc (L) – Grow moist
humi (L) – Ground, earth
humid, -i (L) – Moist; moisture
humil, -i (L) – Low
humor (L) – Moist; a fluid
humul, us (L) – The hop plant

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hy
(G) – U-shaped, Y-shaped
hy, -aen, -en, -o (G) – A pig, hog
hyal, -i, -in, -o (G) – Glass; transparent
hybo, (G) – A hump; hump-backed
hybrid, =a (Q. A mongrel, hybrid
hydat, -in (G) – Water; watery
hydn, =um (G) – A fungus
hydr, =a, -i, -o (G) – Water
=hydra (G) – Water; a sea serpent
hydrargyr, -o, =us (G) – Mercury
=hydrus (G) – A water snake
hyem, -al (L) – Winter
hyen =a (G) – A pig, hog; a hyena
hyet, -o (G) – Rain
hyg, -ei, -1e, -io (G) – Health
hygr, -o (G) – Moist, wet
hyl, -a, -o (G) – Matter, stuff; wood, woods
hylact (G) – Bark, yelp
hylurg, -o, -us (G) – A carpenter
=hymen, -o (G) – A membrane
hymn, -o (G) – A hymn, song
hyo (G) – A pig, hog; “U”-shaped, “Y”-shaped; hyoid
hyp, -o (G) – Under, beneath
hypen, =a (G) – A moustache
hypenanti (G) – Opposite
hyper (G) – Over, above; excessive
hyper, -o (G) . The palate; a pestle
hyperbore (G) – Of the extreme north
hyperic, =um (G) – St. John’s-wort
hyph, -a, -o (G) – A web; weaving
hyphaem, -o (G) – Bloodshot
hyphaen (G) – Weave
hyphant, -r (G) – Woven; a weaver
hypho (G) – A web; weaving
hyphydr (G) – Found in water, under water
hypn, -o (G) – Sleep; a moss
hypo (G) – Under, beneath
hyponom (G) . Underground; mine
hyps, -i, -o (G) – High, on high
hyra, -c, -x (G) – A shrewmouse
hyssop (G) – An aromatic herb
hyster, -o (G) – Latter, lower; the uterus, womb
hystri, -c, -x (G) – A porcupine

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-ia (the ending of an order or class)

iachr, -o (G) – Softened
=iama, -to (G) – A medicine, remedy
ianth, -in (G) – Violet-colored
iapy, – g, -x (G) – The west-northwest wind
-iasis (G) – Treatment, cure; formation of, presence of
iati (G) – Healing
iatr, -a, -ic, -o, -us (G) – A physician
iatreus, -is (G) – A treatment
iber, -i, sia, -o (G) – Spain
iberi, -d, -s (G) – A kind of cress
=ibex (L) – A kind of goat
ibi, -d, -s (L) – An ibis
ibidem (L) – The same

icel, -o
(G) – Resembling
ichn, -i, -o (G) – Track, trace
ichneum, -on (G) – A tracker; a kind of wasp
ichor (G) – juice, lymph, serum
ichthy, -o, -s (G) – A fish
-icle (L) – Little
icma, -le (G)Fluid, moist
ico (G) – Likely
=icon, -i, -o (L) – An image
icos, -i (G) – Twenty
icter, -i, -o, -us (G) – Jaundice; an oriole
icti, -d, -s (G) – A marten, weasel
ictin, -us (G) – A kite
-icul, -a, -um -us (L) – Small

-id
(L) – A condition of
-idae (the ending of animal family names)
ident, -i (L) . Repeatedly
ideo (G) – Form, appearance
-idi, -a, -um, -us (G) – Small
idio (G) – One’s own, peculiar
ido (G) – Sweat
idol, -o (G) – An Image, phantom
idr, -o (G) – Sweat; gum, resin
idri (G) – Skilled

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ign, -e, -i
(L) – Fire

il
(L) – Not, without; in, Into
ile, -o (L): The intestine; (G): twist, roll; twisted
=ilema, -t (G) – A covering, wrapper; a coil; a vault
=ilex (L) – The holm oak
ilia, -co (L) – The flank, loin
ilic (L) – The holm oak
iho (L): Intestine; (G): twist, roll
-ill, =a, -um, -us (L) – Small
illaen (G) – Squint
illat (L) – Inferred
illici (L) – Allure, entice
illigat (L) – Fastened
illo (G) – Squinting
illot (L) – Dirty, unwashed
-illum (L) – Small
illumina (L) – Light up
-illus (L) – Small
illusi (L) – Mocking
illustr, -a, -i (L) – Bright, made clear; distinguished
ily, -o, as (G) – Mud

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im
(L) – Not; In, into
imag, -in, no (L) – An image, likeness
imb, -er, -r (L) – Rain
imbecill (L) – Weak, feeble
imbric, -a, -i (L) – A roof tile, shingle
imbut (L) – Stained
imita (L) – imitate, copy
immun, -i, -o (L) – Safe, free; im-munity
impar, -i (L) – Unequal
impet, -us (L) – An attack
implex (L) – Twisted

-in
(L) – In, Into; not, without; on
-inae (the ending of animal subfamily and plant subtribe names)
inaequal, -i (L) – Unequal
inan, -i (L) – Empty
inca (Pv) – Of Peru Incan (L) – Hoary, gray
incert (L) – Uncertain
incest (L) – Impure, sinful, polluted
incho (L) – Begin
incil, -i (L) – A ditch; cut in
incis (L) – Cut in, cut into
incol, -a (L) – An inhabitant
incrass (L) – Thickened
=index (L) – That which points out
indi (L) – In; indigo
indic (L) – That which points out; Indian; indigo
indig (Sp) . Deep violet blue
indigen (L) . Native; need, want
indo (L) – Of India; indigo
indu, -t (L) – Clothe; clothed
industri (L) – Diligent
-ineae (the ending of plant suborder names)
inebri, -at (L) – Drunk inept (L) – Absurd, foolish
infan, as, -ti (L) – A child, Infant; speechless
infarct (L) – Filled In, stuffed
infelic (L) – Unhappy, unfortunate
infer, -o (L) – Low, underneath
infloresc (L) – Begin to bloom
infra (L) – Below, beneath
infract (L) – Broken, bent
inful, -a (L) – A band, bandage
infumat (L) – Smoked, smoky
infundibul, -um (L) – A funnel
infus (L) . Pour in
infuscat (L) – Darkened
ingen, -s, -ti (L) – Large, remark-able
ingluv, -i (L) – The crop, stomach
inguin, -o (L) – The groin
ini (the ending of animal tribe names)
ini, -a (S Am) – A kind of porpoise
ini, -a, -o, sum (G) – The occiput, nape
innoc, -en, -u (L) – Harmless
ino, (G) – A fiber; muscle; the occiput
inocul, -a (L) . Implant
inquilin, -us (L) – A tenant
insect (L) – Cut into
insecti (L) – An insect
insidi (L) – Ambush; sitting upon
insipid (L) – Tasteless
instar (L) – A form, likeness
instig, -a (L) – Stimulate
insul, -a (L) – An island
integ, -r (L) – Whole, complete; repair
inter (L) – Between, among
intercal, -a (L) – Insert
intestin, -um (L) – The intestine
inti (L) – Within, into
intim, -a (L) – Innermost
intort (L) – Twisted, distorted
intr, -a (L) – Within, inside
intric (L) – Perplexing
intrins (L) – Contained within
intro (L) – Within; in, into
inul, -a (L) – A kind of plant
inuncan, -t (L) – Hooked
inunct (L) . Smeared
inundat (L) – Overflowed, flooded
inust (L) – Burned
involucr, -um (L) – A wrapper
involut (L) – Wrapped up; intricate

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iod, -i, -o
(G) – Violet
-iol, =a, =um, =us (L) – Little
-ion (G) – A going or entering; small
ion, -o – (G) – Violet –
ionth, -o (G) – The down on the face
ios (G) – Poison; an arrow

ip, -o, me
(G) – A worm
iphi (G) – Mightily, strongly
iphthim, -o (G) – Spirited, stalwart
ipn, -o (G) – An oven, furnace
ipo, -ips (G) – A worm
ips, -o (G) . Ivy
ipsi (NL) – Same

ir
(L) – Not, without; in, into
ira, -sc (L) – Anger; angry
iren (G) – Peace
iri, -d, -do, -s, -t (G) – A rainbow; the iris of the eye; a kind of lily
irrig, -a, -u (L) – Lead water to
irris, -i, -or (L) – Mock, deride; a mocker
irrit (L) – Excite; useless
irror, -a (L) – Sprinkle with dew

is, -o
(G) – Equal
isabell (N: Queen Isabella); Buff brown
isati, -s (G) – A milky-juiced herb
isch, -o (G) – Hold, suppress
ischi, -a, -o, mum (G) – The hip, hip joint
ischn, -o (G) – Thin, lean
ischy, -r, -ro (G) – Strong, powerful; hard
=isis (G My) – An Egyptian goddess
islandic (NL) – Of Iceland
-ism (E) – Belief; the process of; an interrelation of organs.
iso (G) – Equal
isola (F) – An island; alone
-issim, =a, -um, -us (L) – (the superlative ending)
ist, -o (G) – A web; tissue
-ist, -o (G) – (the superlative ending)
isthm, -o, -us (G) – A narrow passage

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-ite
(E) – A stone; a fossil
-itea (G) – A willow
-ites (G) – Belonging to, having to do with
-iter (L) – A passage, journey
ithagin (G) – Genuine
ithy (G) – Straight
itin, -o (G) – Made of willow
itiner (L) – A journey
-itis (G) – Inflammation
ity, -o, =s (G) – An edge, rim
iul, =us (G) – A centipede
-ium (G) – Small
ixi, -a, -o (G) – Birdlime; mistletoe
ixal, -o (G) – jumping
ixod (G) – Like birdlime
ixy, =s (G) – The loins, waist
iyn, -g, -x (G) – The wryneck

J – K – L

jacamar (Br) – A kind of bird
jacan (Br) – A kind of bird
jact (L) – Throw, toss
jacul (L) – Throw
-janus (My) – Two-faced; a door
japonic (NL) – Of Japan
japy, -g, =x (G) – The west-north-west wind
jec, -in, -or, =ur (L) – The liver
ject (L) – Throw
jejun (L) – Hunger; dry
jub, =a (L) – A mane; acrest
jucund (L) – Pleasant
jug, -o, -um (L) – A yoke
jugn, -s, -d (L) – The walnut
jugul, -um. (L) – A little yoke; the throat; the collarbone
Jul, -i, -us (L) – A catkin
junc, -us (L) – A rush, reed
juven, -il (L) – Youth; young
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k
(see also c and ch)
kairo (G) – The right time
kako (G) – Bad
kal, -o (G) – bautiful
kaleido (G) – With a beautiful form
kah (G) – A hut, nest
kapn, -o (G) Smoke
kary, -o (G) A nut; the nucleus
kel (G) – A claw
kelaen, -o (G) – Black, murky
keli, -d, -s (G) – A stain
kelo (G) – A hernia, rupture
kelyph, -o (G) – A shell, husk
ken, -o (G) – New; empty
kentr, -o (G) A point; a spur
=kera, -to (G) Horn
keraun, -o (G) – A thunderbolt
kerm, -es (Ps) – Crimson
kero (G) – Wax
kilo (G) – A thousand
kine, -ma, -mato, -s, -si, -t, -to (G) – Move, moving, movement
kio, -no (G) – A pillar; the uvula
klept, -o (G) – Steal; a thief
koni, -o (G) – Dust
korethr (G) – A broom
koro (G) . The pupil of the eye
kotyl, -o (G) – A cup, socket, cavity
kraur, -o (G) – Dry, brittle
kurt, -i, -o (G) – Curved
kyan, -o (G) – Dark blue
kyll, -o (G) – Lame, crippled
kym, -a, -o (G) – A wave
kypho, -s (G) – Bent
kyrio (G) – Master of; critical
kyst, -ho, -o (G) – A hollow place; a cell

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la, -o
(G) – A stone; the people
labe, (L) – A downfall; a defect; (G): a handle
labell, =um (L) – A little lip
labi, -a, -o (L) – A lip
labi, -d, -s (G) – Forceps
labor (L) – Work
labr, -i, -o (L) – A lip; a kind of fish
labra, -c, =x (G) – A sea fish
labro (G) – Fierce, furious
larinth, -o, -us (G) – A maze, labyrinth
lac (L) – Milk; a basin; a pit
lacc, -o, ‘us (G) – A cistern, pit
lacca (It) – Varnish, wax
lacer, -at (L) – Mangled, to
lacert (L) – A lizard; the upper arm
lacertos (L) – Strong, powerful
laches, -i (L) – Destiny, fate
lachn, -o (G) – Woolly
lachr, -im, -ym (L) – Tears, weeping
laci, -d, -st (G) – Rent, torn
lacin, -i, =ia (L) – A flap
lacm, -u (Dan) – Dark violet blue
lacr, -im, -um (L) – Tears, weeping
lact, -e, -i, -o (L) – Milk
lactis, -m (G) – Kick, trample
lactuc, -a (L) – Lettuce
lacun, -a (L) – A basin, lake; a space, cavity
lacustr (NL) – Of a lake
laelaps (G) – A hurricane
laem, -o, -us (G) – The throat, gullet
laemarg, -o (G) – Greedy
laen, =a (L) – A cloak
laeo (G) – The left-hand side
laet (L) – Gay, pleasing
laetam, -en, -in (L) – Dung
-laetma, -to (G) The depths of the sea
laev, -i, -o (L) Smooth; nimble, light; to the left
laevigat (L) – Smooth, slippery
lag, -o, -us (G) – A hare
lagar, -o (G) – Lax, loose
lagen, =a (G) – A flask
lagn, -o (G) – Lustful, lewd
lago (G) – A hare
laguncul, -a (L) – A little flask
-lagus (G) – A hare
lailaps (G) – A hurricane
laim, -o, =us (G) – The throat, gullet
lal, -i, -o (G) – Talk, speak
lall (L) – Babble –
lamb, -a, -en (L) – Lick, licking
lambd (G) – Like the letter “lambda”
lamell, =a, -i (L) – A small plate
lament (L) – Wailing
=lamia (G) – A vampire-like monster
lamin, =a, -i (L) – A thin plate, sheet, layer
lamn =a (G) – A predaceous fish
lamp: -ad, =as, -s (G) – Shine; torch
lampr, -o (G) . Brilliant, clear
lampyri, -d, = s (G) – A glow worm
lan, -a, -i, -o (L) – Wool
lance, -a, -i (L) – A lance
lancin (L) – Tear, lacerate
langu, -i (L) – Weak, faint
languri, =a (L) – A lizard
lani (L) – Wool
lani, -a, -o (L) – A butcher; rend
lanici (L) – Woolly
lano (L) – Wool
lanth, -an, -o (G) – Conceal, lie, hid, unseen
lanu, -g (L) – Wool, down
lao (G) – A stone; the people
lapact (G) – Empty
lapar, -o (G) – The loins; loose
lapath, -i, -um. (L) – Sorrel, dock
laphyr, -a, -o (G) – Booty, spoils
lapi, -d, – s (L) – A stone
lapp, =a (L) A bur; burdock
lapponic (L) Of Lapland
laps (L) – Slip, glide; a mistake
=lapsana (G) – A kind of cress
laque, -us (L) – A noose
lar, -i, -us (L) – A gull
larc, -o, -us (G) – A basket
lari, -c, ax (L) – The larch
larin, -o (L) – Fat
=larus (L) – A gull
larv, -a, -i (L) – A ghost, spectre
larvi (NL) – A larva
laryn, -g, -go, x (G) – The gullet, larynx
lascivi (L) – Lewd, wanton; playful, sporty
lass, -it (L) – Faint
lat, -i (L) – Broad, wide
lata, -g, =x (G) – A beaver; a drop of wine
latebr, -a, -i (L) – A hiding place
laten, -t (L) – Hidden, hiding
later, -al, -o (L) – The side
lateri (L) – The side; a brick
lateri, -ci, -ti (L) – Made of brick
latesc (L) – Becoming hidden
=latex (L) – A liquid, fluid
lathri, -di, -o (G) – Hidden, secret
lathyr, =us (G) – A kind of vetch
lati (L) – Broad, wide
latic, -i (L) – A liquid, fluid
latr, -y (G) – Worship, serve
latra, -n, -t (L) – Bark; barking
latri (G): A servant; (L): wash
latro (G): Pay, hire; a hireling; (L): a robber
-latry (G) – Worship, serve
=latus (L) – The side; broad, wide
lauda (L) – Praise
laur, -eat, -I, us (L) – The laurel
=laura (G) – An alley
laut (L) – Washed, elegant, noble
lava, -t (L) – Wash, bathe
lax, -a, -i (L) – Loose, loosen
lazul. (LL) – Azure, blue

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leberi, -d, us
(G) – A snakeskin
lecan, -a (G) – A dish, paln
lech, -o (G) – A lying-in woman; a bed
lechri, -o (G) – Slanting, oblique
leci, -d, as (G) – A little plate
lecith, -o (G) – The yolk of an egg
lect (G): Chosen, picked; (L): a bed; a gathering
lect, -icul, -ul (L) – A couch, bed
lecyth, -o (G) – An oil flask
leg, -a, -i (L) – Law
leg, -o, =us (G): Lie down; choose; (L): collect
legib (LL) – Read
legitim (L) – Lawful
lego, (G) – Lie down; choose
legum, -en, -in (L) – A legume
=legus (G): Lie down; choose; (L): collect
lei, -o (G) – Smooth
leich, -o (G) . Lick, lap
leima, -c,. -x (G) – A slug; a garden
leio (G) – Smooth; the left-hand side
leip, -o (G) – Leave; lack
leir, -o (G) – Pale
leist, -o (G) – Plundering
lem, -i, -o (G) – A pestilence, plague
=lemma, -to (G) – A husk, peel, sheatb
=lemna (G) – A water plant
lemnisc, =us (L) – A ribbon
lemo (G) – The throat; a plague
lemon, -i (L) – A meadow
lemur (L) – A ghost, spirit
len, us, -t (L) – A lentil, bean
leni, -en (L) – Soft, mild
leno (G) – Wool lent (L) – Thick, sticky, slow
lenti (L) – A lentil, bean
lentig, -inos (L) – Freckled
leo, -ni, -nt (L G) – A lion
lepa, -d, as (G) – A shellfish, limpet
lepi, -do, as, -sma (G) – A scale
lepist, -a (L) – A goblet
lepo (G) – A husk, scale
lepor, -i (L) – A hare
lepr, -a, -o (G) – Scaly; leprosy
leps, -is (G) – A seizure
lept, -ale, -ino, -o (G) – Fine, slender
=leptes (G) – A receiver
=lepus (L) – A hare
lepyr, -o, -um (G) – A shell, husk
lere, -m, – si (G) – Idle talk
lesi (L) . Hurt
lest, =es, -ic, -r (G) – A robber, pirate
leth, -arh, -i, -o (G) – Forgetful-ness, oblivion
leuc, -o (G) . White
leucani (G) – The throat
leucom, -a (G) – Whiteness
leuk, -o (G) White
leur, -o (G) Smooth, even
leva (L) – Raise, lift up
levator (L) – A lifter
levi (L) – Smooth; light
levigat (L) – Polished
levo (L) – The left-hand side
lexi (G) – Cessation; a word, speech

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liban, i..o, -us
(G) – Incense
libat (L) – Pour
libell, -a (L) – A level
libell, -us (L) – A book, pamphlet
liber (L) – Free; the inner bark; a book; a child
libera, -i, -t (L) – Free
liberi (L) – A child
libid (L) – Desire, passion
libo (G) – Tears
=libra (L) – A balance, scales
librar, -i (L) – Of books
libri (L) – A book; the inner bark
licha (G) – The space between the thumb and first finger; a steep Cliff
lichan (G) – Licking; the forefinger
=lichen, -i, -o (G) – A lichen
lichn, -o (G) – Dainty; greedy
=lien, -i, -o (L) – The spleen
liga, -m, -t (L) – Bound, tied; a band
lign, -e, -i, mum (L) – Wood
lignyot (L) – Smoky, sooty
ligul, -a (L) – A shoe tongue, strap
ligustr, -um (L) – Privet
liili, -um (L) – A lily
lim (L) – Mud, slime; looking side- ways
lim, -a, -o (L) – A file
lima, -c, -x (L) – A snail, slug
liman (NL) – Mud, slime
limat (L) – Polished
limb, -us (L) – An edge; a head band
=limen (L) – A threshold
limer, -o (G) – Hungry
limi (L) – Mud, slime
limin (L) – A threshold
limit (L) – A boundary
=limma, -to (G) – A remnant
limn, -a, -i, -o (G) – A marsh; a lake
limo (G): Hunger; a meadow; W: a file
=limon (G) – A meadow
=limonium (G) – Sea lavender
limos (L) – Muddy limpid (L) – Clear
=limus (L) – Mud
lin, -a, -ar, -o, =um (L) – Flax
lin, -ea, -eo, -o (L) – A line
lin, -o, =um (G) – A net, cloth
linct (L) – Licked
lingu, -a (L) – The tongue
lini, -m, -t (L) – Smear
lino (Q: A line; flax; (G): a net, cloth
linol (L) – Flax oil
=linum (Q: Flax; (G): a net, cloth
linyph (G) – Weaving linen
lio, -t (G) – Smooth; smoothness
lip, -o (G) – Fat; lack; leave
lipar (,G) – Oily, fatty; persever-ance
liphem (G) – Lacking blood
lipp, -i (L) – Bleary-eyed, dim-sighted
lips (G) – Leaving
lipsan, -o, =um (G) – A relic, rem-nant
lipsi, -a (G) – An omission
liqu, -e, -i (L) – Fluid, liquid
lir, =a (L) – A ridge
liri, -o, =um (G) – A lily
liro (G) – Pale; bold
liss, -a, -o (G) – Smooth
listr, -io, -o, zum (G) – A spade
-lite (G) – A stone
litera (L) – A letter
lith, -io, -o, =us (G) – A stone
litigt -i (L) – A dispute
lito (G) – Smooth
liter, -a, -e. -i (L) – The seashore
htr,, -a (G) – A pound
littor, -a, -e, -i (L) – The seashore
litu, =us (L) – A crook, augur’s staff
litur (L) – Erase
liv, -e, -id (L) – Ashen, bluish
lixivi (L) – Ash-colored; lye

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lob, -i, -o, =us
(G) – A lobe
lobat (NQ – Lobed
loc, -a, -o, -us (L) – A place
loch, -o, =us (G) – An ambush
lochi, -a, -o (G) – Childbirth, con-finement
lochm, =a (G) – A thicket
locul, =us (L) – A little place, cell
locust, =a, -i (L) – A locust, grass-hopper
lodi, -c, =x (L) – A blanket
loem, -o, =us (G) – A plague
log, -o, =us, =y (G) – A word, dis-course, study of
loga, -do, =s (G) – The conjunctivae; the whites of the eyes; picked, chosen
loim, -o, =us (G) – A plague
lolig, -in, =o (L) – A squid, cuttlefish
=lolium (L) – The darnell
=loma, -to (G) – A hem, fringe
loment, -um (L) – A cosmetic, wash; bean meal
lomvia (Far) – The murre
lonch, =a, -o (G) – A spear, lance
long, -i (L) – Long
lop, -ism, -o, =us (G) – A scale; husk
loph, -i, -o, =us (G) – A crest, tuft
loquac (L) – Talkative
lor, =um (L) – A thong, lash
lord, -o (G) – Bent backward
lori (Mal) – A kind of parrot
=lorica (L) – Clothed in metal; armor, breastplate
=lorum (L) – A thong, lash
lot, -io, =us (L) – A washing
lot, -o, -us (G) – The lotus
lox, -o (G) – Slanting, oblique

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lubric
(L) – Smooth, slippery
luc, -i (L) – Light; a grove
lucan (LL) – A kind of beetle
lucern, -a (L) – A lamp
luci, -d (L) – Light; clear, shining
luci, -o, -us (L) – The pike
luco (G) – A wolf
lucr (L) -Gain, profit
luct (L) – Struggle, wrestle
luctuos (L) – Mournful, sorrowful
-lucus (L) – A grove; a light
lud, -i, -icr (L) – Play
ludovician (NL) – Of Louisiana
lue, – s (L) – A plague
lugubr (L) – Sad, gloomy
lumac (It) – A snail
lumb, -a, -o, -us (L) – The loin
lumbric, -i, -us (L) – An earth, wor1d
=lumen, lumin (L) – Light
lun, -a, -i (L) – The moon
lunul,=a (L) – A crescent
lupp -i, -op =us (L) – A wolf
lupin, -o (L) – A lupine; of a wolf
lupul, =us (L) . The hop plant
=lura (L) – The mouth of a bag
lurid (L) – Pale, ghastly, wan
lusc (L) – One-eyed
luscini, =a (L) – The nightingale
lusitanic (L) – Of Portugal
lustr (L) – Shining, pure, washed
lut, -e, -i (L) – Mud; mud-colored, yellowish
lutr, -o (G) – A bath, bathing
lutr, -a (L) – An otter
=lux (L) – Light
luxa, _t (L) – Displace, dislocate
luxur, -i (L) – Extravagance, splen-dor

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ly, -o
(G) – Loose
lyc, -o, -us (G) – A wolf
lychn, -is (G) – A kind of plant
lychn, -o, -us (G) – A lamp
lycos (G) – A kind of spider
lygae (G) – Gloomy
lygi (G) – Twilight; bend
lygi, -sm (G) – Bend; bending
lygrn (G) – Hiccough
lygo (G) – A twig, a pliant rod
lygr, -o (G) – Cowardly; mournful
=lyma (G) – Destruction; filth
lymph, -a, -o (L) – Water; a water nymph
lymphat, -i, -o (L) – Frantic; lymph
lyn, -c, ux (G) – A lynx; hiccough
lyo (G) – Loose
lyp, -e, -ero, -o (G) – Pain, distress; painful
lypr, -o (G) – Wretched
lyr, -a, -i (G) – A harp, lyre
lys, -i, -is, -io (G) – Loose; a loosening
lyss, -a, -o (G) – Madness, rage
lyt, -o (G) – That which maybe loosed
lythr, -o, -um (G) – Blood, gore
lytt, -a (G) – Madness, rage; a worm thought to cause madness in dogs

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macar, -i, -o (G) – Blessed, happy
macell, -a (G) – A pick axe
macer, -a (L) – Soften
mach, -a, -1, -o (G) – Fight
macha, -er, -ir (G) – A sword, dagger, razor
machin, -a (L) – An engine, machine
maci, -a (L) – Leanness
macr, -o (G) – Large, long
mactr, -a, -i (G) – A kneading trough
=macula, -t (L) – Spot; spotted
mad, -e, -id (L) – Wet
mad, -o (G) – Barley bread
madar, -o (G) – Bald; flaccid
madre (Sp) – Mother
meandr (G) – Winding, zigzag
maeeu, -si, -sio (G) – Childbirth
maen, -a, -ad, -as (G) – Rave; excited
maen, -a, -i (G) – A herring
magist, mer, -r (L) – A teacher, master
mmagrna, (G) – Amass
magn, i (L) – Great, large
magne, -to (G) – A magnet
mai, ma, -o (G) – A kind of crab
maieu, -si, -sio, (G) – Childbirth
maior (L) – Larger
maira (G) – Shine, sparkle
major (L) – Larger
makr, -o (G) – Large, long
mal, -i, mus (L) – An apple
mal, -e, -I, igm (L) – Bad, evil, wrong; imperfect; not
mal, -I, -us, (L) – An apple
mal, -o (G) – Woolly, soft
malac, -h, -i, -o (G) – Soft
malari (It) – Bad air
male (L) – Bad, evil, wrong
malell, =a. (L) – A little jaw
mali (L) – Bad, evil, wrong; an apple
maliasm, -us (G) – A skin disease
malign (L) – Bad, evil, wrong
mall, -o, -us (G) – Wool
malle, -us (L) – A hammer
malo (G) – Woolly, soft
malt, -o (G) – Malt
malth, -a, -aco, -e, -o (G) – A softwax; pliant
=malus (L) – An apple; bad, evil, wrong
malv, -a (L) ‚ The mallow
mamill, -a (L) – A teat
mamm, =a, -i, -il (L) – A teat
mammal, -i (L) – A mammal
man, -o (G) – Wide, roomy
man, -u (L) – A hand
manat (Sp) – The manatee
manc, (L) – Maimed
mancip, (L) – A purchaser
-mancy (G) – Divination
mand (L) – Order; chew
manda (L) – Order
mandibul (L) – A jaw
=mandra (G) – A stable
mandragor (G) – The mandrake
manduc (L) – Chew
=manes (G) – A cup; a slave
mang, -i (Pg) – The mango
mani, -a (G) – Rage, madness
manicat (L) With. long sleeves
manipul (L) A handful
mann, -o, -us (G) – A collar, necklace
mano (G) – Rare, thin, roomy
mant (Sp) – A mantle, cloak
mantell, -um (L) – A cloak
manti, -d, -a (G) – A soothsayer; a kind of grasshopper
mantill (Sp) – A light cloak
mantisp (L) – Mantid-like
mantiss, -a (L) – A small addition
manu, as (L) – A hand
manubri, mum (L) – A handle
mar, -i (L) – The sea
marant (G) – Wither, waste
marasm (G) – Waste, decay
marc, -us (L) – A hammer
marc, -.esc, -id (L) – Withering
marg, -in, -o (L) – A border, edge
margarit, -es (G) – A pearl
mari (L) – The sea; male
marian (NL) – Of Mary
marin (L) – Of the sea, marine
maring, -o (G) – The eardrum
marit, -a (L) – A husband
maritim (L) – Of the sea, marine
marma, -r (G) – Marble; sparkle, glisten
=marmor, -i (L) – Marble
marpt, -o (G) – Seize
marrubi, -um (L) – Hoarhound
mars, -ipo, -upi (G) – A bag, pouch
marti (L) -Mars, god of war
=mas (L) – Male
masar (NL) – Stick out the lip
maschal (G) The armpits
mascul, -in (L) – Male, masculine
masesi (G) – Chewing
mass, -a, -o (G) – Knead; larger
=masseter (G) – A chewer
massul, =a (L) – A little mass
mast, -o, -us (G) – A breast, nipple
masta, -c, -x (G) – The mouth, jaws
mastic (L) – Chew
mastig, -o, =mastix (G) – A whip
masto (G) – A breast, nipple
masturba (L) . Pollute one’s-self
=mastus (G) – A breast, nipple
mat, -aeo, -eo, (G) – Foolish, idle
=mater, -n (L) – A mother
math (G) – Learn
matr, _i, -o (L) – A-mother
matri, -c, -x (L) – A place where something is generated; the womb, uterus
matron, =a (L) – A wife
matt (L) – A mat; dull-colored
matur (L) – Ripe; ripen
matutin (L) – The morning
maur, -o (G) – Dark, obscure
maxill, =a, -i (L) – The jaw, jawbone
maxim (L) – largest, greatest
maz, -ia, -o (L) – The breast; a cake

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me
(G) – Not
meandr (L) – Winding, twisting
meat, =us (L) – A passage
mechan, -i, -o (G) – An instrument, machine
mecist, -o (G) – Longest
meco (G) – Long; length
mecon, -i, -o (G) – The poppy; opium; the ink bag of a cuttlefish;
mecon, -i, -o (G) – the fecal matter discharged by a newborn child
mecyn, -o (G) – Extend, prolong
mede, -a (G) – The genitals
medeol (L My) – Medea, a sorceress
medi, -a, -o (L) – The middle
medic, -a, -o (L) – Heal; healing
medo (G) – A bladder; a guardian
medull, -a (L) – Marrow, pith
medus, -a, -i (L My) – A jellyfish
meg, -a, -alo (G) – Large, great
megar, -on, -um (G) – A large room
megist, -o (G) – Largest, greatest
mei, -o (G) – Less
meiz, -o (G) – Larger, greater
mel, -a, -o (G) – The cheeks
mel, -i, -it, -ito (G) – Honey
mel, -o (G) – A song-, a limb; an apple
melaen (G) – Black; blacken
melan, -o (G) – Black
=melas (G) Black, dark
meldo, (G) Melt
meleagri -s (G) – A guinea fowl
=meles (L) – A badger
meli, -d, -n (L) – A badger
meli, -t, -to (G) – Honey
=melia (G) – An ash tree
melichr, -o (G) . Honey-colored
melid (L) – A badger
melin (G)- The quince; ashen; (L): a badger
melior (L) – Better
melism (G) – A song; a dismembering
meliss, -a (G) – A honey bee; honey
melit, -o (G) – Honey
melizo, (G) – Sing
mell, -i, -it (L) – Honey
melo, (G) – A limb; the cheeks; a probe; a song; an apple, fruit; a sheep
melod, -i (G) – Song, a singing
meloe, meloi (G) – A probe
melolonth, -a (G) – A cockchafer
melon (G) – An apple, fruit; a sheep
melos (G) – Probing
melotri, -di (G) – Probe, sound
melyr, -is (G) – A song-maker; a kind of insect
memat, -o (G) – Desired
membra, -c x (G) – A kind of insect
membran, -a (L) – A membrane
memnoni (L) – Brownish black
=men, o (G) – A month
mena, -do (G) – The moon
menda, -c, =x (L) – Lying, false
mendic (L) – Poor; a beggar
mene (G) – The menses; the moon
meni (G) – Anger; the moon; a month
menin, -g, -go, -x (G) – A membrane
menisc, -o (G) – A crescent
meno (G) – Remain, stand fast; a month; the menses
mens (L) – The mind; measure
mens, =a (L) – A table
mens, -e, -i (L) – A month
menstru (L) – Monthly
mensur (L) – Measure
ment, -a, -i (L) – The mind
ment, -i, -um (L) – The chin
menth, -a (L) – Mint
mentul, -a (L) – The penis
meny (G) – Inform, reveal
mephit, -i, -is (L) – A foul odor
mer (L) – Pure; alone; bare
mer, -e, -i. -o (G) – A part; the thigh
mercur (L My) – Mercury, a Grecian god
merd, na, -i (L) – Dung, excrement
mere, -t (L) – Earn
merg (L) – Dive, dip
=mergus (L) – A diver
meri, -d, us (G) – A part
meriae (G) – Of the thigh
meridi (L) – Noon
meridional (L) – Southern
merism, -o, -us (G) – A division
merist, -o (G) – Divided merit (L) – Earn
merluci, -us (NL) – A kind of fish
mermi, us, -th (G) – A cord
mero (G) – A part; the thigh
merop, -o, us (G) – The bee-eater
-merous (G) – Parted
mers (L) – Dip
merul, -a (L) – A blackbird
=merus (G) – The thigh
meryc, -o (G) – Ruminate, chew the cud
mes, -o (G) – The middle
mesa (Sp) – Table land
mesar, -a, -i, -um (G) – A mesentery
mesat (G) – Middle, median
mesembri, -a (G) – Noon
mesit, -es (G) – A mediator
meso (G) – The middle
mesotoech, -o (G) – A dividing wall
mest, -o (G) – Full
met, -a, -h (G) – Between, with, after, back again; change
=meta (L) – A boundary; a turning post
metab, -as, -ol (G) – Change
metall, -i, -o (G) – Mine; metal
metallurg (G) – Metal-working
metax, -i -Y (G) – Between
meteor, -o (G) – High in the air; heavenly bodies; natural phenomena, the weather
=meter (G) – Measure
meth (G) – Between, with, after, back again; change
meth, -e, -o, -y (G) – Drink, drunkenness; wine
method, -o (G) – A system
methys (G) – Intoxicated, drunk
metop, -i, -o (G) – The forehead
metr, -a, -i, o (G) – Measure; the uterus, womb; a mother
metrio (G) – Moderately
-metry (G) – Measurement
=meum (L) – A kind of plant
mezzo (It) – -The middle; half

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miar, -o
(G) – Defiled, stained with blood
miasm, -a, -o (G) – Pollution
=mica, -r (L) – A crumb
micace (L) – Granular
micell, -a (L) – A little crumb
micr, -o (G) – Small
mict, _o (G) – Mixed
mictur (L) – Urinate
mid (ME) – The middle
mida, us (G) – A kind of insect
migr, -a (L) – Wander, migrate
migratori (L) – Wandering, migratory
mili, -ar, -ol, -um (L) – Millet
milit, -ar, -i (L) – A soldier
mill, -e, -i, -o (L) – One thousand
milph, -o (G) – Bald; losing hair
milt, -o (G) – Ochre; red, vermilion
milv, -in, -us (L) – A kite
mim, -e, -i, -o, =us (G) – An imitation; an actor, mimic
mina, -c, -x (L) – A threat; project
minera (ML) – Mine
mineral, -o (ML) – Mineral
mini, -a, sum (L) – Red lead
minim (L) – Least, smallest
minor (L) – Less, smaller; hangover, threaten
minus (L) – Less, smaller
minut (L) – Small
miny, -th, us (G) – Small
minyr, -o (G) – Complaining
minyth (G) – Small; decrease
mio (G) – Less
mir, -a, -ab, -ac, -i (L) – Wonderful
mis (E): Wrong; (G): hate
misc (L) – Mix; mixed
misc, -o (G) – A stalk
misch, -o, -us (G) – A stalk
mise, -i1, -r (L) – Wretched
miso (G) – Hate, hatred
miss, -i (L) – Send
mist, -us (L) – A mixing
mist, -o (G) – Most
-mit (L) – Send
mit, -o, -us (G) – A thread
mitell, =a (L) – A head band
miter (L) – A cap
miti (L) – Mild, harmless; ripe
mitig (L) – Make mild
mito (G) – A thread
mitr, -a, -i (L) – A cap, turban
=mitus (G) – A thread
mix, -i, -o (G) – Mix

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mnem, -at, -on
(G) – Memory; remember
mni, -o, sum (G) – Moss

mobil
(L) – Movable
mochl, -o, =us (G) – A lever
mochth, -o, =us (G) – Hard work
mod, -u (L) – Measure
modena (N) – Deep purple
modic (L) – Moderate
modiol, -us (L) – A small measure; a bucket on a water wheel
modul (L) – Measure; a tune
moell (F) – Pith, marrow
moen, -i (L) – Walls, fortifications
moer, it, -o (G) – Lot, fate; a part, division
moest (L) – Sorrowful, sad
mog, -i, -o (G) – Hardly, with difficulty; trouble
moir, -a, -o (G) – Lot, fate; a part, division
mol, -i (G) – Hardly, with difficulty
mola, -r (L) – Grind, mill
molecul (L) – A little mass
molest (L) – Disturb
molen (L) – Grinding
mo1g, -o (G) – Hide, skin
molge (Ger) – A salamander
moli (G) – Hardly, with difficulty
molin, =a (L) – A mill
moll, -i (L) – Soft
mollusc (L) – Soft; a shellfish
molop, -o, us (G) – A ridge, weal, bruise
=molothrus (L) – An intruder
molp (G) – A song
molpast, nes (G) – A dancer
molybd, -i, -o (G) – Lead
molyn, -a (G) – Stain, defile
molysm, -o (G) – Pollution
=momentum (L) – Motion
momo, -s -us (G) – Blame, disgrace
momot (from its call) – The motmot
mon, -a, -er, -o (G) – One, single
monet (L) – Money; mint
monil, -i (L) – A necklace, string of beads
monimo (G) – Fixed, steadfast
monit (L) – Warn; warning
mono (G) – One, single
monstr, -a (L) – Show, warn; a monster
mont, -an, -i (L) – A mountain
mor, -i, -us (L) – A mulberry
mor, -o (G) – Stupid, foolish
mora, -tor (L) – Delay
morb., -i,, -os (L) – A disease; diseased
morbill (ML) – The measles
morchel (Ger) – A morel
mord, -ac, -ax, -el, -en., -ic (L) – Bite, biting
mori (L): A mulberry; (G) folly
moribund (L) – Dying
morill (F) – A fungus, morel
morind, -a (L) – A mulberry
morinell (G) – Foolish
morio, (G) – A part; a fool; a narcotic plant
=mormo (G) – A monster, bugbear
mormyr, -o, -us (G) – A sea fish
moro (G) – Stupid, foolish
moros (L) – Fretful
morph, -a, -o (G) – Form
morph, -e, -o (L My) – Sleep
morrhu, =a (L) – The cod fish
mors (L) – Bite, biting, eat
mort, al, -i. -u (L) – Death, dead, deadly
morul, =a (L) – A little mulberry
=Morus (L) – A mulberry
mosch, -o, =us (G) Musk; a young animal
mot, -a, -i, -o (L) Move; motion
motacill, =a (L) – The wagtail.

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muc, -e, -i, -o, =us
(L) – Mold, moldy; mucus
=mucro -n (L) – A sharp point
=mugil, -i (L) – The mullet
mulc (L) – Stroke, caress
mulg (L) – To milk
mulin (L) – Of a mule
mull, -us (L) – The red mullet
mulo (L) – A mule
muls, -i (L) – Mixed with honey, sweet
mult, -i (L) – Many
mund, -an (L) – he world; adorned; clear
mur (L) – A mouse; a wall
mura (L) – A wall
muraen, =a (L) – A lamprey, eel
mmurex (L) – The purple-fish; purple
mun (L) – A mouse; a wall
mmuria (L) – Brine
munc (L) – The purple-fish; purple
muricat (L) – Pointed
muricul (L) – Slightly pointed
murin (L) – Of a mouse
=mus (L) – A mouse
mus, -a,, -o (Ar) – The banana
musc, -a, -i, -o (L) – A fly; moss; musk
muscari (L) – Of a fly; a clothes brush
muscid (L) – Mossy
muscul, -o, -us (L) – Muscle; a little mouse; a kind of fish
=muscus (L) – Moss; musk
museo (L) – A museum M
musi (G) – Music; a muse
music, -o (G) – Music
muso (Ar) – A banana
muss (L) – Mutter, buzz
must (L) – Fresh; new wine
mustel, -a, -in (L) – A weasel
mut (L) – Dumb
muta (L) – Change
muti, -c, -i (L) – Cut off
mutu (L) – Reciprocal; borrowed

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my, -i, nia
(G) – A fly
my, -o, as (G) – A muscle; a mouse
myal _c, wx (G) – A sea mussel
myagr, -um, (G) – A mouse trap
=myaria (G) – Muscle
myc, -e,, -et, -eto, -o (G) – A fungus
=mycetes (G) – The bellflower
mych, -o (G) – Inward
myct, -er, -ir (G) – The nose
myd, -a, -ale, -o (G) – Wet, damp; moldy
mydr, -o, -us (G) – A red-hot mass
mydriasi, us (G) – A dilation of the pupil
myel, -o, -us (G) – Marrow; the spinal cord
mygal, we (L) – A field mouse
myi, =a, -o (G) – A fly
myl, -io, -o (G) – A mill, millstone; a molar
mylabr, -is (G) – An insect in flour mills
mylacr, -is (G) – A millstone
myll, -o, -us (G) – A lip; crooked; a salted sea fish
mymar (G) – Ridicule; blame
myo (G) – A muscle; a mouse
myop, -s (G) – Short-sighted; a horse fly
myosot (G) – Mouse-eared
myox, -us (G) – A dormouse
myr, -o, -um. (G) – Ointment, perfume
myrc (NL) – The myrtle –
myri, -a, -o (G) – Numberless; 10,000
myri, -st (G) – Anoint
myric, -a (G) – The tamarask
myrin, -g, -go, =x (NL) – The eardrum
myrio, (G) – Numberless; 10,000
myrist (G) – Anoint; ointment
myrme, -co, =x (G) – An ant
myro (G) – Ointment, perfume
myrsin, -a (G) – The myrtle
myrt, =us (G) – The myrtle
=myrum (G) – Ointment, perfume
=mys (G) – A muscle; a mouse
mysi, us (G) – A closing of the lips or eyes
myso (G) – Filth, abomination
myst, -ac, max, -ic (G) – The upper lip; a moustache
myst, -eri, -i, -o (G) – A mystery, secret rite
mystr, -i. -io, mium, -o (G) – A spoon –
myth, -o. -us (G) – A legend
mytil, -o, -us (G) – A mussel
myx, =a, -o (G) – Slime, mucus, nasal discharge
myxin, =us (G) – A slime fish
myz, -o (G) – Suck; mutter

N

nabi, -d, us (L) – A giraffe
=nabla (G) – A kind of harp
nacr (F) – Mother-of-pearl
naev, =us (L) – A birthmark, mole, spot
naia, -d, us (G) – A water nymph
naid; =nais (G) – A water nymph
naj, =a, -i (H) – A snake
=nama, -to (G) – A stream
nan, -i, -no, -o, =us (G) – A dwarf
nao (G) – A temple
nap, =aea, -o (G) – A glen, wooded dell
nap, -i, =us (L) – A turnip
naphth (G) – Asphalt
narc, =a, -o (G) – Numbness, stupor
nard, -o, -us (G) – The spikenard
nari, us (L) – A nostril
narra (L) – Tell
narthe, -c, =x, (G) – A kind of plant
nas, -i, -o, -us (L) – The nose
nasc (L) – Birth; be born
nasm, -o, -us (G) – A stream
nass, -a (L) – A wicker basket
nast, -o (G) – Pressed close, solid
unastes (G) – An occupant
nasut (L) – Large-nosed
nat, -i, -is (L) – The rump, buttocks
nata (L) – Birth; be born
natan, -t (L) – Swimming
nato (L) – Swimming
natri, -c, -x (L) – A water snake
nau, us, -t (G) – A ship; sail
nauc, =um. (L) – Trivial; a trifle
naupli, -us (G) – A kind of mollusc
naus, -e, -i (G) – Seasickness
naut, -i (G) – A ship; sail
nautil, =us (G) – A sailor; a shellfish
nav, -a, -i (L) – A ship; sail
navicul, -a (L) – A little ship, boat
navig, -a (L) – Sail, go by ship

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ne
(G) – Not
ne, -o (G) – New; swim;. go
neal, -es (G) – Young, fresh
nebr, -i, -o, -us (G) – A fawn
nebul, -a, -o (L) – A cloud, mist
necan, -t (L) – Killing
=necator (L) – A killer
necr, -o, =us (G) – The dead; a dead body
necros, =is (G) – Death, deadness
nect (L) – Bound, joined
nect, -er, -o (G) – Swimming
=nectar (G) – The drink of the gods
nectri (G) – A swimmer
necy, us (G) – A corpse
necydal, -us (G) – The silkworm larva
nedym, -o (G) – Sweet, delightful
neel, -Y, -yx (G) – A newcomer
nega (L) – Deny
negr, -i (Sp) – Black
neil, -o (G) – Of the Nile
nel, -eo, -i (G) – Merciless
nelip, -o (G) – Barefooted
nem, -a, -ato, -o (G) – A thread
nemerte (G) – Unerring
nemor, -al (L) – A grove, woodland
neo (G) – New, recent; a temple; swim; go
neo, -ss, -ssi, -tt, -tti, -tto (G): A bird’s nest; a young bird
neochm, -o (G) – Make new
nep, =a (L) – A scorpion
nepenth, -es (G) . Free from sorrow
nepet, =a (L) – A kind of mint
nph, -el, -eli, -elo, -o (G) – A cloud, clouds
nephali (G) – Sober, without wine
nephr, -i, -o, -us (G) – The kidney
nephthy, us (G) – An Egyptian goddess
nepot (L) – A descendant; extravagant
nepti, =s (L) – A granddaughter
neptun, =us (L) – A sea god
nere, -i, -is, -o (G) – A sea nymph
nerein, -e, -i (L) – A sea god
nerit, =es (G) – A sea mussel
neri, -um (G) – The oleander
nero (G) – Wet, liquid
nerv, =us (L) – A nerve, tendon
nes, -o, =us (G) – An island
nesc (L) – Ignorant
=nessa (G) – A duck
nest, -i, -o (G) – Fasting, hungry
=nestor (L My) – Wise
netr, -o, =um (G) – A spindle
nett, -a, -ion (G) – A duck
neur, -a, -o (G) – A nerve, sinew, cord
neurode (G) – Nerve-like; the retina
neust, -o (G) – Swim
neutr (L) – Neither
nex, -us (L) – A tie, bond
nexi (G) – Swimming
nexil (L) – Tied together

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nic, -o
(G) – Victory; strife
nictitat (L) – Winking
nid, -i, -us (L) – A nest
nig, -el, -er, -ra, -resc, -ri, -ro (L) – Black, dark
nik, -o (G) – Victory; strife
nilo, -tic (L) – The Nile; a canal, aqueduct
nimb, -us (L) – A rain cloud
nimr (Hb) – A hunter
niph, -a, -o (G) – Snow
nipt, -o (G) – Wash
=nipter (G) – A wash basin
nitid (L) – Shining, handsome
nitr, -a, -i, -o (G) – Soda; nitrogen
niv, -al, -e, -os (L) – Snowy
niv, -i, -o (L) – Snow

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nobil
(L) – Well known
noc, -en, -i, -u (L) – Harm; harmful
noct, -i (L) – Night
noctu, =a (L) – A night owl
nod, -i, -o, =us (L) – A knot, swelling
nod, -o (G) – Toothless
nodul, =us (L) – A little knot
noe, -a (G) – Think
=noema, -to (G) – A thought
noetic, -o (G) – Intelligent
noia (G)The mind
nol, -a, -i (LL) – A small bell
nom, -o (G) – A pasture; custom, law
nom, -en, -in (L) – A name
noma, -d (G) – Roving, spreading
nome (G) – A shepherd; a feeding
nomi., -co, -sl, -o (G) . Law, custom
nomo (G) – A pasture; custom, law
-nomy (G) – The science of
non (L) – Not; the ninth
nonagen (L) – Ninety
noo, -s (G) The mind
nop, -o (G) Blind
norm, -a (L) – A rule, measure
nosazonto, (G) – Fall ill
nose, -m; noso (G) – Disease, sickness
nost, -a’ -o (G) – Return home
nostoc (Ger) – A kind of alga
not, -a, -ae, -al, -o, -um (G) The back
not, -o (G) – The south wind; the south
notat (L) – Marked
note, -o (G) – South, southwest
noter, -o (G) – Damp, moist
noth, -o (G)i, Spurious, illegitimate
nothr, -o (G) – Sluggish
noti, -o (G) – Wet, moist; southern
notidan, -o (G) – Having a pointed dorsal fin
noto (G) – The back; south, south-west
notor (L) – Known, making known
=notum (G) – The back nous (G) – The mind
nov, -i, -o (L) – New
novaboracens (L) – Of New York
novem (L) – Nine
noverc, a (L) – A stepmother
novi, novo (L) – New
noxi, -os (L) . Harmful

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nub, -a
(L) – Marry
nub, -e, -i (L) – A cloud
nuc, -ell, -i (L) – A cloud
nuc, -ell, – (L) – A nut
nuch, -a (ML) – The nape
nucle, -a, -i, -o (L) – A little nut; the nucleus
nucleol, =us (L) – A little nucleus
nud, -i (L) – Nude, naked
nuga, -t (L) – joke, jest
nulli (L) – No, none
numeni (G) – A curlew; the new moon
numer (L) – Number
numid (L) – Roving, wandering
=numisma, -t (L) – A coin
nummul, =us (L) – Money
nun, -ci, -ti (L) – – A messenger
=nuphar (G) – A water lily
nupt, -ial (L) – Marry; a wedding
nut, – ‘ a, -an (L) – Nod, nodding, sway
nutri (L) – Feed, nourish
nutri, -c, =x (L) – A nurse
=nux (L) – A nut

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nyc, -t, -ti, -to
(G) – Night
nycter, -i (G) – A bat
=nygma, -to (G) – A puncture wound
-nym (G) – A name
nymph, -a (G) – A nymph; a bride
nymphae, =a (G) – A water lily
nyroc, =a (NL) – A merganser
nyss, =a (L My) – A water nymph; a starting post
nyss, -o (G) – Prick, stab
nysta, -gm (G) – Nodding the head, drowsy
=nyx (G) – Night
nyx, -eo, =is (G) – A puncture

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o, -o (G) – An egg
oari, -o- (G) – A small egg; a mate, wife
=oasis (G) – A fertile spot
ob (L) – Reversed, against
obdur (L) – Harden
obel, -isc (G) – A spit, pointed pillar a round cake
=obex (L) – A barrier
obfuscat (L) – Darkened
obic (L) – A barrier
obit, us (L) – Death; an approach
oblat (L) – Spread out
oblig (L) – Bound, obliged; bind
obliqu (L) – Oblique
oblitera (L) – Erase
oblivi (L) – Forget
obnoxi (L) – Hazardous; liable
obnubil (L) – Clouded, covered
obol, -o (G) – A coin
obri, =a, -o (G) – The young of animals
obscur (L) – Covered, dark
obsole, -sc, -t (L) – Decayed, worn out
obstetri, -c, -x (L) – A midwife
obstru (L) – Close up, block
obtect (L) – Concealed, covered
obtur (L) – Close, stop up
obtus (L) – Dull, blunt

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oc
(L) – Reversed, against
occiden, -tal (L) – Western
occip, -it, -ut (L) – The back of the head, occiput
occlu, -d, -s (L) – Shut up
occult (L) – Hidden
ocean, -o (G) – The ocean
oceanit, -es (G) – An ocean dweller
ocell, -us (L) – A little eye
ocelo (Mex) – An ocelot
och, -o, =us (G) – Anything that holds or supports
=ochema, -to (G) – A support; a carriage; a vessel
ocher (G) – Pale
ochet, -o, =us (G) – A drain
ochl, -o, =us (G) – A crowd, mob
ochn, =a (G) – A pear tree
ocho (G) – Anything that holds or supports
ochr, -o (G) – Pale; Pale yellow
ochth, -a, -o (G) – A hill.
=ochus (G) – Anything that holds or supports
ochyr, -o – (G) – Stout, firm
-ocl (L) – An eye
ocn, -o (G) – Inactive; hesitating
ocr, -i (G) – Pale; a ridge, summit
ocre, =a (L) – A legging
oct, -i, -o (L) – Eight
ocul, -i’ -o’ =us (L) – An eye
ocy (G) – Swift

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-od
(NL) – Form
od, -e, -o, =us (G) – A way
-oda (G) – Like; a resemblance
oda, -c, =x (G) – Biting
ode (G) – A song; a way; like
odeon (G) – A song
-odes (G) – Like
odi (G): A song; (L): hate
odin, -o (G) . Labor pain
odo (G) – A way; swollen
odon, -t, -to (G) – A tooth
=odor, -i (L) – An odor, smell
=odus (G) – A way
odyn, =e, =ia, -o (G) – Pain

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oe
(see also ae, ai, or e)
oec, -i, -o, =us (G) – A house, dwelling
=oecetes (G) – An inhabitant
oed, -e, -ema, -o (G) – A swelling, tumor
oeg, -o (G) – Open
oem, -a, -o (G) – A way, path
oen, -a (G) – A wild pigeon
oen, -o, =us (G) – Wine
oenanth (G) – The first shoot of the vine; the windflower; a small bird
oesophag, -i, -o (G) – The gullet, esophagus
oestr, -o, -us (G) – A gadfly; sting; frenzy

ogdoa
(G) – Eight
ogm, -o, -us (G) – A furrow
ogyg (G My) – A king of Athens

oico
(G) – A house, dwelling
-oid (G) – Like; form
oide, zma (G) – A swelling, tumor
-oidea (the ending of animal superfamily names)
-oideae (the ending of plant subfamily names)
oidi (G) – A small egg
oido (G) – A swelling, tumor
oig, -o (G) – Open
oik, -o, -us (G) – A house, dwelling

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ol, -o
(G) – Whole, entire
olbi, -o (G) – Blessed, happy
ole, -a., -astr (L) – An olive; an olive tree
ole, -i, -o. -um (L) – Olive oil, Oil
ole, -nt, -o (L) – Emit a smell,, smell
oleagin (L) – Olive-shaped
olear (L) – Oily, of oil
olecran, -o, =um (G) – The elbow
olei (L) – Oil, olive oil
olen, -a, -e, -i (G) – The elbow
olen, -t (L) – Emit a smell, smell
oleo (L) – Oil, olive oil; emit a smell, smell
oler, -i (L) – Greens, vegetables
oles, -i (G) – Destroy
=oleter (G) – A destroyer
olethr, -io’ -o’ =us (G) – Death, destruction; deadly
olfact (L) – Smell
olid (L) – Emitting a smell
olig, -o (G) – Few; scant; small
olisth, -em, -mo (G) – Slip, slippery
olitor (L) – A gardener
oliv, =a, -ace (L) – An olive; olive green
-olla (L) – A pot or jar
ollym (G) – Destroy
olo, (G) – Whole; destroy
-ology (G) – The science of
=olor, -i (L) – A swan
olpi, -d, -s (G) – A flask
olynth, -us (G) – A fig

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om, -o
(G) – The shoulder; raw, unripe
-oma (G) – A tumor, morbid growth
omal, -o (G) – Even
omas, =um (L) – A paunch
ombr, -o, =us (G) – A rain storm
oment, = um (L) – Fat skin
omich, -m (G) – Urine
=omma, -t, -to (G) – The eye
omni (L) – All
omo (G) – The shoulder; unripe, raw
ompha, -c, -x: (G) – An unripe grape; a young girl
omphal, -i, -o, -us (G) – The navel, umbilicus; the center; a small central projection

onagr, -us
(G) – A wild ass; a kind of plant
onc, -o, -us (G) – A mass; a tubercle; a hook, barb
oncethm, -o (G) – Braying
onch, -o (G) – A barb, hook; bulk, mass; a tubercle
onci, -o (G) – A barb, hook
onco; =oncus (G) – A barb, hook; a mass; a swelling, tumor
oneir, -o, -us (G) – A dream
oner (L) – A burden
onir, -o (G) – A dream
onisc, =us (G) – A wood louse
ono (G) – An ass; a beaker
onom, =a, -at, -ato (G) – A name
onon, =is (G) – A leguminous plant
=onosma (G) – An ass smell
onto (G) – Being, existing
=onus, (L) – A burden; burdened
onych , o (G) – A claw, nail
-onym, (G) – A name
=onyx, -i (G) – A claw, nail

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oo
(G) – An egg
oodeo (G) – Egg-shaped
oophor (G) – An ovary

op
(L) – Reversed, against
op, =s (G) – The face, appearance; the voice
opac (L) – Shaded, dull
opal, -in, -o, =us (G) – An opal
ope, -o (G) – An opening
opera (L) – Work
opercul, = um (L) – A cover, Rd
ophel, -o, -us (G) – Use, service
ophi, -d, -o, as (G) – A snake, serpent
ophiur (G) – Serpent-tailed
ophry, -o, as (G) – The eyebrow, brow
ophthalm, -i, -o, -us (G) – The eye
opil -a, -o, zum (G) – Poppy juice, opium
-opia (G) – Vision
opiso (G) – Backward
opisth, -i, -o (G) – Behind, the hind part
opl, -o (G) – Armor; a tool
oplit, -es (G) – Heavily armed; an armed soldier
opo (G) – The face; juice
opor (G) – Autumn
opoter, -o (G) – Either
oppil (L) – Stop up, block
opposit (L) – Opposite
=ops; (G) – Appearance; the face; the voice
opsi, -o (G) – Appearance; sight; late
opso (G) – Meat, dainty food
opt, -i, -o (G) The eye; vision
opt, -a, -i (L) Choose
opter (G) – An observer, scout
optes (G) – Roast
opti (L): Choose; (G): the eye, vision
optim (L) – Best
opto (G) – The eye; vision; roasted
opul. (L) – Rich

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ora
(L) – Mouth
=orama (G) – A view
orari (L) – Coastal; a napkin
oras, -i (G) – Sight
orbi, -t, -to (L) – A circle, track, orbit
orc, -a (L) – A whale
orches, -t (G) – Dancing
orchi, -d, -do, -s (G) – The testicle; a plant named from the shape of its roots
orcho, (G) – A testicle
orcul, =a, -i (L) – A cask
ore, -o (G) – A mountain
=oreades (G) – Mountain nymphs
orect, -o (G) – Stretched out
oreg (G) – Desire
oress, -i (G) – Mountains
orex, -i (G) – Desire, appetite
organ, -o (G) – An organ, instrument
orgi (G) – Secret rites
orgyi, =a (G) – The length of the outstretched arms
ori (L) – The mouth; (G): a mountain
oribat (G) – Mountain- roaming
orient, -al (L) – Rising-, east
origin (L) – Arise, begin
orism, -a (G) – A limitation, boundary
orm, -o (G) – A cord, chain
ornat (L) – Adorned
orneo (G) – A bird; a plume
orni, -s, -th, -tho (G) – A bird
oro (G): A mountain; (L) – the mouth
oront, -es (G) – A river in Syria
oroph, =a, -o (G) – A roof
orphan (G) – Without parents; berIft
orphe (My) – Melodious
orphn, -o (G) – Dark, dusky
orrh, -o, -us (G) – Serum; the end of the sacrum
ortali, -d, -s (G) – A fowl; a young bird
orth, -o (G) – Straight, upright
orthagorisc, -us (G) – A suckling pig
orthrio (G) – Early, at daybreak
orty, -g, =x (G) – A quail
oruss (G) – Dig through, burrow
orych, -o (G) – Dig
oryct, -er, -o (G) – Dugout; a digger; a fossil
oryg (G) – An antelope; a digging tool
oryss (G) – Dig through, burrow
=oryx (G) – An antelope; a digging tool
oryz, -a -i, -o (G) – Rice

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=os
(L) – A bone; a mouth
-os, -a, mum, -us (L) – Full of
osche, -o (G) – The scrotum
oscho (G) – A young branch
oscill, -a, -o (L) – Swing back and forth
oscin” -i (L) – A singing bird
oscit (L) Yawning, drowsiness
oscul (L) Kiss; a little mouth
-ose (L) – Full of
-osis (L) – A condition of
-osis (G) – A disease
-osity (L) – Fullness
osm, -a. -i. -o (G) – A smell, odor .
osmo, -s, -t (G) – Pushing, thrusting
osmund, ma (NL) – A kind of fern
osphr, -a, -e, -o (G) – A smell, scent
osphy, -o, -s (G) – The loin, hip
oss, -e, -i (L) – A bone
ossic (L) – A little bone
ost, -e, -eo, -eum (G) – A bone
oster, -o (G) – Nimble
osti, mum (L) – A small opening, door
ostr, -e. -ea, -i. -in (L) – An oyster; purple
ostrac, -o1 mum (G) – A shell; earthenware
ostry, -a (G) – A hardwood tree
-osu’ -m’ -s (L) – Full of

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ot, -i, -o
(G) – The ear
othe, -o (G) – Push, thrust
othni, -o (G) – Strange, foreign
otid, -o (G) – An ear; a bustard
otio, -n (G) – A kind of shellfish
otios (L) – Idle, at leisure
=Otis (G) – A bustard
oto; -otus (G) – An ear

ouden
(G) – None
oulo, (G) – Woolly, with thick hair; the gums; a scar; whole
our, -a (G) – The tail
ouran, -i, -o (G) – Heaven
ouro (G) – Urine; a guard; a wild bull
-ous (E) – Full of

ov, -i, mum
(L) – An egg
ovari, -o, mum (L) – An ovary
ovat (L) Egg- shaped
ovi (L) – An egg; a sheep
ovin (L) Of sheep
ovipar (L) – Egg-laying
=ovis (L) – A sheep
ovul, mum (L) – A little egg
=ovum (L) – An egg

ox, -a, -i, -y, ys
(G) Sharp, acute; acid
oxal, -is (G) – Sorrel
oxe, -o (G) – Sharp; vinegar
oxid (G): Sharp; (F): containing oxygen
oxy, as (G) – Sharp; acid
=oxyechus (G) – A sharp sound
oxysm (G) – Sharpen

oz, -o
(G) – Smell; a branch
-ozot. -o (G) – Branched

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pabul, =um (L) – Food; fodder
pach, -y (G) – Thick
pachn, =a, -o (G) – White frost
paci (L) – Peace
pact (L) . Made fast, solid
paed, -a, -o (G) – A child
paedia (G) – Education
paedid (L) – Stinking
paegma, -to (G) – Sport
pag, -o1 =us (G) – A rock; ice, frost
pagan, =us (L) – A rustic, peasant
pagi, -o (G) – Fixed, fastened, firm
pagin, =a (L) – A leaf or page
pago; -pagus (G) – A rock; ice, frost
pagur, -o, =Us (G) – A crab
paid, -o (G) – A child
pal, =a (L) – A shovel , spade
pal, -ae, -aeo (G) – Ancient
pal, -i, -us (L) – A stake
palam, -a (G) – The palm of the hand
palamed, -es (G MY) – Cunning, art
palass, -o (G) – Spot, defile
palat, -1, -o, mum (L) – The roof of the mouth, palate
pale (G) – Wrestle, fight
pale, =a, -i (L) – Chaff, straw
pale, -o (G) – Ancient
palest (G) – Wrestling, fighting
palett, -a (L) – A little spade
pali (L) – A stake
pali, -n (G) – Again, back
palinur, -us (My) – The pilot of Aeneas
pall, -ens, -esc, -id, -or (L) – Pale
palla, -c, -x (G) – A concubine; a youth
palli, -at, -o, mum (L) – A mantle; cloaked
pallo (G) – Sway, quiver
palm, -a, -i (L) – A palm tree; the palm of the hand
palm, -o (G) Vibrating, throbbing
palmat, -i (L) – Webbed, palmate
palp (L) – Touch, feel
=palpator (L) – A feeler
palpebr, -a (L) – An eyelid; wink, blink
palpi (L) – A feeler, palp
palpit (L) – Throb
palt, -o, -um (G) – A dart
palu, -di, -str (L) – A marsh, swamp
=palus (L) – A stake; a marsh, swamp
pam, -m (G) – All
pampin, -us (L) – A tendril
pan (G) – All; a torch
pan, -i, =is (L) – Bread
panace (G) – All-healing
pand (L) – Spread out; bend
panic, mum (L) – Panic grass
pandion (G My) – A king of Athens
pani, -s (L).Bread
panicul, -a (L) – A tuft
=panicum (L) – Panic grass
pann, -us (L) – Cloth, rags
pannicul (L) – A thin sheet, a rag
pano (G) – A torch
pans (L) – Expanded
pant, -a, -e, -i, -o (G) – All
panurg (G) – Ready to do anything
pany (G) – Altogether, exceedingly
=papaver, -i (L) . The poppy
=papilio, -n (L) – A butterfly
papill, -a, -i (L) – A nipple
papp, -o, -us (G) – A grandfather; down, fuzz
papul, =a (L) – A pimple
papyr, -i, =us (L) – Paper, papyrus
par (L) – Bear, give birth to
par, -a (G) – Beside, beyond, near
par, -i (L) – Equal; a titmouse
paradis (G) – A park, pleasure ground
paradox, -o (G) – Incredible, marvelous
parallel, -i, -o (G) – Parallel
paramec (G) – Oblong, oval
paraphron (G) – Mad, insane, distraught
parapod (G) – At the feet of, close by
parasit, -i, -o (G) – Near food; eat at another’s table; a parasite
parat (L) – Ready, prepared
parci (L) – Few, sparing
pard, -o, -us (G) – A leopard
pardal (G) – Spotted; a starling
parei, -a (G) – The cheek
paren, -t (L) – A parent
paresi, -s (G) – A letting go; paralysis, impairment of strength
pari (L) – Equal; a titmouse
pari, ma. (G) – The cheek
parie, -s, -t (L) – A wall
=parilla (L) – A little vine
parm, =a (L) – A small shield
parod, -o, -us (G) – An entrance, passage
paronym (G) – Of the same derivation
parot, -i (G) – Beside the ear
parotid, -o (G) – The parotid gland
-parous (L) – Giving birth to, bearing
=pars (L) – A part
parsi (L) – Few, sparing
parthen, -o (G) – A virgin; without fertilization
parti (L) – A part
parti(L). (L) – Partly
partit (L) – Divided
partur, -i (L) – Bring forth young, give birth to
parul (L) – A little titmouse
=parus (L). A titmouse
parv, -i (L) – Small
paryph, -a, -o (G) – A border
pas, -i (G) – All
pasc, -u, =uus (L) – Feed; a pasture
paspal (G) – A kind of millet; fine meal
-passer, -i (L) – A sparrow
passi (L) – Passion; suffer; pace; spread out
passul, -a (L) – A small raisin
past (G): Sprinkle; (L): food
pastill, =us (L) – A small loaf
pasteur, -i (N) – Louis Pasteur
pastin (L) – Dig; a parsnip
=pastio, -n (L) – Keeping, feeding
=pastor, -i (L) – A shepherd, keeper
pat, -i (G) – A path, walk
pataec (My) – A dwarfish deity of Phoenicia
patag, -o, -us (G) – A clatter
patagi, mum (L) – A border
patell, -a, -i, -o (L) – A little dish
paten, -t (L) – Spreading, open
=pater (L). A father; a flat dish
patern (L) – Of a father
patet (G) – Walk
path, -o, my (G) – Suffering, disease
pati (G) – A walk, path
patibul, mum (L) – A yoke for criminals
patien, -t (L) – Suffering
patin, =a (L) – A bowl
patr, -i, -o (L) – A father
patri, -a, -o (G) – Fatherland; habitat
patul (L) – Open, spreading
=patus (G) – A walk, path
pauct -i (L) – Few
paul, -i, -o (L) – Little, small
paur, -o (G) – Little, small
paus (G) – Cessation
pav, – e, -i, -o (L) – Quake, tremble
pavid (L). Trembling, timid
=pavo., -n (L) – A peacock
=pax (L) – Peace
paxill, =us (L) – A peg

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pec, o
(G) – Comb
pecc (L) – Sin, transgress
pechy, -s (G) – The forearm
pecor, -i (L) – A herd
pect, en, -in, -o (L) – A comb
pect, -o (G) – Fixed, congealed
pect, -or, =us (L) – The breast
pecu., -d, -s (L) – Cattle
peculiar (L) – One’s own
ped, -a, -e, -i, -o (L): A foot; (G): a child; the earth; a fetter; an oar
pedal (L) – Of a foot
pedali, =um (G) – A rudder; a kind of plant
pedan, -o (G) – Short
pedat, -i (L) – Having feet
pede, -M, -si, -t (G) – Leap, leaping
pedetent (G) – Step by step
pedetic (G) – Leaping
pedi (G): A child; (L): a foot
pedi, -o (G) – Plains; the instep; a fetter
=pedia (G) – Education; a child
=pediaecetes (G) – A plains dweller
pedic, -i, -ul (L) – A little foot
pedicul, -ari, -os, -us (L) – A louse
pedil, -o, -us (G) – A sandal
pedin, -o (G) – Found on the plains
pedio (G) – Plains; the instep; a fetter
pedo (G): A child; the earth; an oar; (L): a foot
peduncul, -us (NL) – A little foot
peg, -o (G) – A fountain; solid
pegas, -us (G My) – A winged horse
=pegma, -t (G) – Congealed, fixed; a framework
pein, =a, -o (G) – Hunger
peir, -a (G) – A trial
peith, -i (G) – Persuade
pejor (L) – Bad; deterioration
pel, -o (G) – Clay, mud; brown, dusky
pelad (F) – Bald
pelag, -i, -o, =us (G) – The sea
pelarg, -o, =us (G) – A stork
pelec, -an, =anus, -in (G) – A pelican
pelec, -y (G) – A hatchet, axe
peli, -o (G) – Livid, black and blue
=pelia, (G) – A dove
pelichn, -a (G) – A bowl
pelico (G) – A basin; the pelvis
pelidn, -o (G) – Livid, black and blue
pelio (G) – Livid, black and blue
pell, =a, -i (G) – Skin; the pelvis; a bowl, basin
pell, -o (G) – Dusky
pellen (L) – Driving
pelluc, -en, -id (L) – Transparent
=pelma, -to (G) . The sole of the foot; a stalk
pelo (G) – Clay, mud; brown, dusky
=pelor, -o (G) – A monster; monstrous
pelt, -a (G) – A shield
pelv, -eo, -i, -io (L). A basin; the pelvis
pely, -co, -x (G) – A basin; the pelvis
pempheri, as (G) – A kind of fish
pemphi, -g, =x (G) – A blister, Pimple
=pemphredon (G) – A kind of wasp
pen, -e (L) – Almost, nearly
pench (F) – Incline
pend, -an, -en, -ul (L) – Hang, hanging
pene, -s, -st, -t (G) – A laborer
penelope (My) – The wife of Ulysses
penetr (L) – Enter, pierce
peni,,=s (L) – The penis
penichr, -o (G) – Pbor, needy
penicill, =um (L) – A pencil, brush
penit (L) – Inner, from the inside
penn, =a, -ati, -i (L) – A feather; a wing; feathered
pens, -a (L) – Weigh
pensil (L) – Hang, hanging
pent, -a (G) – Five
pentecost (G) – The fiftieth
penteteri (G) – Every five years
penth, -est, -o (G) – Sorrow; a mourner
penult (L) – Next to the last
penuri (L) – Want; in want
peo, us (G) – The penis
pep, -s, -t (G) – Digest; cook
pepast (G) – Ripen
peper, -i, -o (G) – Pepper
pepino (Sp) – Cucumber
pepita (Sp) – A gold nugget; a melon seed
pepl, -a, -o. mum (G) – A gown, coat
pepo, -n (G) – Ripe; a melon
peps, -i (G) – Digest; cook
pept, -i, -o (G) – Digested; cooked
per (L) – Through, by means of
per, =a, -o (G) – A pouch
per, -o (G) – Maimed, mutilated
perc, ma, -i (G) – The perch
percn, -o (G) – Dusky
percol, -a (L) – Filter through
perd (L) . Lose
perd, -ic, mix (G) – A partridge
perdit (L) – Lost, destroyed
peregrin (L) – Wander, travel abroad
pereio (G) – On the other side
perenni (L) Through the year
perfora (L) Bore through
perfunct (L) – Performed
pergamen, -a (L) – Parchment
peri (G) – Around
perideri, as (G) – A necklace
peridi, mum (G) – A little pouch
peridin (G) – Whirled about
perine (G) – Near the anus
perio (G) – On the other side
peripat, -etic (G) – Walking about
peripher, , =ia (G) – The circumference, outer surface or border
periphor, -a (G) – A circuit
periss, -o (G) – Superfluous; odd in number
perister, =a (G) – A dove, pigeon
peristole (G) – A contraction
peritone, mum (L) . The membrane around the intestines
perjur (L) – Lying, false
perl, -a (NL) – A kind of insect
perman, -en (L) – Remain, remaining
permea (L) – Pass through
pern, -a (G) – A shellfish; a ham
perni, us (NL) – The honey-buzzard
pernic, -i (L) – Destructive; quick, agile
pero (G) – Maimed; a pouch
=pero, -n (L) – A rawhide boot
peron, -e, -eo, -i, -o (G) – A brooch; the fibula
=persea (G) – A sacred tree in Egypt and Persia
persic, =a (L) – A peach
=persona, -t (L) – A mask; masked
perspic, -at, -i (L) – See through; sharp-sighted
perspicillat (L) – Conspicuous
perth, -a, -o (G) – Get by plunder
=perula (G) – A little pouch, wallet
-pes (L) ‚ A foot
pess, -o (G) – An oval pebble; a checkerboard
pessim (L) – The worst
pessul, -us (L) – A bolt
pesti, us (L) – A pest, plague
pet, -it (L) – Seek
peta, -ci, -x (L) – Greedy
petal, -o, -um (G) – A leaf; spread out, flat
petas, _m, ma (G) – Anything spread out, a curtain
petaur, -o1 mum (G) – A perch, springboard
petechi (L) – With red spots on the skin
petig, -in, -o (L) – A scab
petil (L) – Slender, thin
petin, -o (G) – Winged, flying
petiol, -a, -us (L) – A stalk, petiole
petit (L) – Seek
petr, =a, -o (G) – A rock, -stone
petun (F) – Tobacco
peuc, =a, -e’ -o (G) – Pine, fir
peucedan, mum (G) – Hog fennel
pex, -i’ =is, -y (G) – A fixation, fastening
pexi (L) – Woolly
pez, =a, -i, -o (G) – The foot, bottom; on foot

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phabo
(G) – A dove, pigeon
phac, -a, -o, -us (G) – A lentil; a lens; the lens of the eye
phacel, -o, -us (G) – A bundle, cluster
phae, -o (G) – Dusky
phaedr, -o (G) – Bright, radiant
phaen, -o (G) – Show
phaetho, -nt (G) – Shining
phag, me, -o (G) – Eat
phak, -o (G) – A lentil; a lens
phal, -o (G) – Shining, white
phalacr, -o (G) – Bald.
phalaen, -a (G) – A moth; a whale
phalan, -g, -ge, -go, ux (g) – A bone of the finger or toe; a battle line
phalar, -i, ais, -o (G) – A coot
phalar, -o (G) – White-crested
phaler, -a, -o (L): A metallic ornament; (G): white-crested
phall, -o, =us (G) – The penis
phan (G) – Show, appear
phane, -r, -ro (G) – Visible
phantas, -mo, (G) – Fantasy, fancy; showing
phanto (G) – Visible
phao, as (G) – Light
=phaps (G) – A dove, pigeon
phar, -o (G) – A piece of cloth; a lighthouse; a plow
pharan, -g, -x (G) – A cleft, gulley
pharci, -d, as (G) – A wrinkle
pharm, -ac, -aceu, -aco (G) – A drug; a poison
pharo (G) – A lighthouse; a piece of cloth; a plow
pharyn, -g, -ge, -go, =x (G) – The throat, pharynx
phas, -ia, -is, my (G) – Speech
phasc, mum (G) – A tree moss
phascol, -o (G) – A leather bag
phase (G) – Appearance, show; shine
phaseol, (G) – A kidney bean
phasgan, -o, =um (G) – A sword
-phasia (G) – Speech
phasian, =us (G) – A pheasant
-phasis (G) – Speech
phasm, a, -ato, -i (G) – An apparition, phantom
phassa (G) – The ring dove
-phasy (G) – Speech
phatn, -i, -o (G) – A tooth socket
phausi (G) . Shining bright
pheg, -o, =us (G) – An oak
pheid, -o, -ol (G) – Thrifty
phell, -o (G) – Cork
phelli, -o (G) – Stony ground
phem, =y (G) – Speak, report
phena, -c, =x (G) – Purple-red; a cheat
phenacist, -o (G) – Deceitful
phene (G) – A kind of vulture
pheng, -o (G) – Light
pheni, -c, -g (G) – Deep red
pheno (G) – Show, seem, appear; purple-red
pheny (G) – Deep red
pheo (G) – Dusky, gray
pher (G) – Carry, bear
pherb (G) – To feed
phet (G) – Speak
pheug, -o (G) – Flee
phial, =a (G) – A saucer
phiar, -o (G) – Bright, shining; sleek
phibal, -i, -o (G) – A kind of fig; a kind of myrtle
phil, -a, -i, -o (G) – Love, loving
philatel (F) – A stamp collection
philedon, -o (G) – Fond of pleasure
phillyr (G) – A shrub
philo (G) – Love, loving
philomel (G) – A nightingale
philydr, -o (G) – Water -loving
philypn, -o (G) – Sleep-loving
philyr, -a (G) – The linden tree
phimo (G) – Muzzle, shut up
phlao (G) – Eat greedily
phlasm (G) – Bruise
phlaur, -o (G) – Trivial, useless
phleb, -o (G) – A vein
phleg, -eth, -ethon, -o (G) – Burn
phlegm, =a, -asi, -ato (G) – Inflammation, mucus
phleo (G) – A marsh reed
=phleps (G) – A vein
=phleu(L) – (G) – A water plant, a rush
phlib, -o (G) – Squeeze
phlips, -i (G) – Squeeze
phloe, -o (G) – The bark of a tree
phlog, -i, -mo, -o (G) – A flame, burning
phlogist, -o (G) Burnt
phlogo, usis (G) Flame; inflammation
phlor, -o (G) – The bark of a tree
-phlox (G) – A flame
phlycten, =a, -o (G) – A blister
phlysi, =s (G) – An eruption
phlyz (G) – Inflame; a blister
phlyzaci (G) – A small blister
phob, =ia, -o (G) – Fear, dread
phober, -o (G) – Formidable, fearful
phobetic, -o (G) – Timid
phobetr, -o (G) – A soothsayer
=phobia; phobo (G) – Fear, dread
phoc, =a, -i (G) A seal
phocaen, =a (G) A porpoise
phoeb, -o (G) – Shine; bright
phoebe (from its call) – The phoebe
phoeni, -C’ -cop =X (G) – Purple, reddish purple; the date palm
phola, – d, = s (G) – Lurking in a hole; a mollusc
pholc, -o (G) – Squint-eyed; bandy legged
phole, -o (G) – A lurking place, den
pholi, -do, =s (G) – A scale; scaly
phon (G) – Sound, voice; kill
phon, =a, -e, -et, -i, -o (G) Sound, voice
phont, =es (G) – A murderer
phor (G) – A thief; a kind of bee
phor, -a, -e, -i. -o (G) – Carry, bear; movement
phorb, =a (G) – Feed, pasture, fodder
phorbei, =a (G) – A halter
phorc., -o (G) – Gray
phore; phori (G) – Carry, bear
phorm -i’ -o (G) – Wickerwork; a mat; a basket
phoro (G) – Bear, carry; movement
phortic o (G) – Vulgar, common
=phos; phot, -a, -i, -o (G) – Light
phox, -o (G) – Pointed
phoyx (G) – A kind of heron
phrac, -t (G) – Fence in
phrag (L)., =a, -it., -o (G) – A fence, partition
phras, -a, -e, -eo, -i (G) – Speech
phraster (G) – A guide
phrater, o (G) – Brothers
phrax, -i (G) – An obstruction
phreat, -i (G) – A well, tank
phren, -i, -ico, -o (G) – A diaphragm; (L); the heart, mind
phreoryct, =es, -i (G) – A well digger
phric, -o (G) – Shiver, shudder, bristle up
phris, -o, -so (G) – Ruffle up
=phrix, -o (G) – Bristling
phron, -ema (G) – The mind, spirit
phronim, -i, -o (G) – Understanding, wise, discrete
phrur, -o (G) – A guard
phryct (G) – A burning torch; a kind of gum
phryg (G) – Dry; roast
phrygan, -o (G) – A dry stick
phryn, -a, -o (G) – A toad
phthalm, -o (G) – The eye
phthan (G) – Arrive first
phthar, -s, -to (G) – Corruptible, mortal, transitory
phtheir (G) – Destroy, waste; lice; a kind of pine cone
phthi, -no, -si, -so (G) – Waste away; consumption
phthir (G) – Lice
phthon, -o (G) – Malice
phthong (G) – A sound, voice
phthor, -a (G) – Destruction, decomposition
phy, -a, -o (G) – Grow, produce
phyc, -o, =us (G) – Seaweed; painted
phye (G) – Growth, stature
phyg, -o (G) – Shun, flee
phyl, -et, -o, num (G) – A tribe
phyla, -ct, -cto, -xi (G) – Watch, guard, preserve
phyll, -o, =u(L) – (G) – A leaf
=phyma, -t, -to (G) – A tumor, swelling
phymos (G) – Swollen
phyo (G) – Grow, produce
Phys, -a, -i (G) – Blow; nature; a bladder
physal, -i , is (G) – A bladder, bubble; a wind instrument
physal, -o, -us (G) – A toad; a kind of whale
physc, -a., -o, -on (G) – The large intestine; a sausage; a blister
physem (G) – Breathe; snorting, raging; inflate, blow
physl (G) – Blow; nature; a bladder
physic, -o (G) – physical, natural
physio (G) – Nature
physo (G) – Bellows; a bladder, air sac, bubble
phyt, -o, sum (G) – A plant
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pi
(L) – pious; tender
piacul (L) – atone, expiate
piar, -o (G) – Fat, tallow
pic, -a (L) A magpie
pic, -i (L) A woodpecker; variegated
picar (L) – Of pitch
pice (L) – pitch black
pice, -a (L) – pitch pine, spruce
pici (L) – A woodpecker; variegated, speckled
picin (L) – pitch black
pico (L) – Smear with pitch
picr, -i, -o (G) – Bitter, pungent
pict (L) – painted, variegated
pida, -c, ax (G) – A fountain or spring
=pleris (G MY) – One of the Muses
pies, -m, -t (G) – Squeeze
piezo (G) – Squeeze
pigment, -um (L) – paint
pign, -er, -us (L) – A pledge
pigo (G) – The rump
pigr (L) – Slow, sluggish
pil, =a (L) – A ball; a mortar
pil, -i, -us (L) – Hair
pile, -i. -o, -us (L) – A cap
pileat (L) – Capped
pilidi, -o, -um (G) – A small felt cap
pilo (G) – A cap; felt
pilos (L) Hairy
=pilus (L) Hair
pimel, -e, -o (G) – Fat, lard
pin, -i, -us (L) – pine
pin, -o (G) – Drink; dirt, filth; hungry
pina, -c, -x (G) – A board, plank
pinar, -o (G) – Dirty
pine (L) – Shaped like a pine cone
pinet (L) – pine wood
pingu, -i, -o (L) – Fat, stout
pini (L) – pine
pinn, -a (G) – A kind of mussel
pinn, =a, -i (L) – A feather; a wing
pinnat (L) – Feathered, pinnate
pino (G) – Drink; dirt, filth; hungry
=pinus (L) – pine
pio, -n (G) – Fat, rich
pipatio, -n (L) . Chirping
=piper, -at, -i (L) – pepper; peppery
pipi, -en (L) – peeping, chirping
pipil, -o (L) – Chirp, peep
pipistrell (It) – A bat
pipr (G) – A woodpecker
pipt, -o (G) – Fall
pir, -i, -um (L) – A pear
pirang, -a (Br) – A tanager
pirat,.-a, -ic (L) – A pirate; piratical
pis, -i, -o, -us (G) – A pea; meadows
pisc, -i, -is (L) – A fish
piscin, -a (L) – A fishpond
piscinari, =us (L) – One fond of fish ponds
piss, -a (G) – pitch
pissod (G) pitch-like
pist, -i, -o (G) – Liquid; genuine, trusted
pistaci. (G) A kind of tree
pistill, -i, -um (L) – A pestle
=pisus (G) – A pea; meadows
pitang, vus (Br) – A flycatcher
pith, -o, -us (G) – A wine jar
pithan, -o (G) – plausible
pithec, -o, -us (G) – An ape
pitt, -a (G): pitch; (NL): a kind of bird
pituit, -ar (L) – A secretion of mucus
pity, -o, -s (G) – pine, fir
pityr, -o, -um (G) – Bran, refuse
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plac, -o
(G) – A tablet, plate; flat
placat (L) – Please, appease
placent, =a, -i (L) – A round flat cake; the placenta
placid (L) – Smooth, pleasing
placin, -o (G) – Made of boards
placo, (G) – A tablet, plate; flat
pladar, -o (G) – Wet, damp
plag, -a (L) – A blow, stripe; a region, zone; a snare
plagat (L) – Streaked, striped
plagi, -o (G) – Oblique, sideways; the sides
plagia, -r, -t (L) – A kidnapper
plan, -i (L) – Flat, level
plan, -o (G) – Wandering
plane, – s, -t, -tes (G) – A wanderer; rover
plankt, -o (G) – Wandering
plant, =a, -i (L) – The sole of the foot; a plant
plantag, -in, -o (L) – plantain
plas, -L -o (G) – Form, mold, shape
plasm, -a, -ato, -o (G) – Something molded or modeled; plasm
plasso (G) – Form, mold, shape
plast, -o (G) – Formed, molded; counterfeit
plastr, -on (F) – A breastplate
=plasty (G) – Growth, molding
plat, – e. -i, -y (G) – Broad, flat
plata, -c, -x (G) – A kind of fish
platale, -a (L) – The spoonbill
platan, =us (G) – The sycamore
plate (G) – Broad, flat
platess, -a, -i (L) – The plaice
plati; platy (G) – Broad, flat
plaus (L) – Applaud
plaut (L) – Flat-footed
plebe, -i (L) – Of common people; common
plec, -o, -t, -to (G) – Twine, twist, braid; strike; twisted
plect, -r, -ro, -rum (G) – A strike; a spur
pleg, -a, -e, -i, -ia, -o (G) – A blow, strike; a sickle
plegm, -a., -ato, -o (G) – Wickerwork
plel, -o (G) – More; full
pleist, -o (G) – Most
plen, -i (L) – Full
pleo (G) – Full; more; sail, swim
pleon (G) – More, full
pler, -o, -om, -os (G) – Full, fullness, filling
plesi, -o (G) – Near, recent
pletho, -r (G) – Full, fullness; in excess
plethy, -sm, -smo (G) – Fullness; increase, enlargement
pleur, -a, -i, -o, -um. (G) – The side; a rib
pleuroth, -en, -o (0) – From the side
pleust (G) – A sailor; sailing
plex, -i., -us (L) – Interwoven; a network
pleid, -o, – s (G) A stroke, percussion
plic, -o (L) – Fold, braid
plinth, -o, -us (G) – A brick
plio (G) – More
ploc, -io, !-o, -us (G) – Weave, braid, twist; a curl of hair
plocam, -o (G) – A lock of hair
plocar (G) – Something woven
ploce, -i, -us (G) – A weaver, braider
plocio, ploco; -plocus (G) – A braid, a curl of hair; weave, twist
ploiari., -um. (G) – A small boat
ploim (G) – Sailing, fit for sailing
plor, -an (L) – Wail, wailing
plot, -er, -:1, -o (G) – Floating, drifting; sailing; swimming
plum, ma, -e, -i (L) – A feather
plumb, -e, -eus (L) – Lead
plumbag, -in, so (L) – Leadwort
plur, -i (L) – More, several
=plus (L) – More, in addition
plusi, -a, -o (G) – Rich, wealthy
plut, -o (G) . Riches, wealth
plute, -us (L) – A shed, parapet
plutoni (NL) – Dusky
pluvi, -us (L) – Rain
plynteri, -o (G) – Washing
plysi, – s (G) – A washing

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pne, -o., -up -ums, -us
(G) – Breath; breathe
=pneuma, -ti, -to (G) – Wind, air, breath
pneumo, -n, -no (G) . The lungs
pneus, -i, -is, -o (G) – Blowing, breathing
pnig, -o (G) – Choke, suffocate
pno, i (G) – Air; breathing
=pnyx (G N) – A crowd

po, sa, -e, -o
(G) – Grass, a grassy place
poc, -o, us (G) – Fleece
poca, -do, as (G) – Hair, wool
pocill, sum (L) – A little cup
pocul, sum (L) – A cup; a draught
pod, -o, my (G) – A foot
podabr, -o (G) Tender-footed
podarg, -o (G) Swift-footed
=podex (L) – The rump; the anus
podi, -um, (G) – A foot
podic, -i (L) – The rump; the anus
podo; -pody (G) – A foot
poe (G) – Grass, a grassy place
poecil, -i, -o (G) – Variegated, many-colored; varied
pogo, an, -ni, -no (G) – A beard
poie, asis, -t (G) – Make, produce
poikil, -o (G) – Varied; variegated
=poimen, -o (G) – A shepherd; a herd
pol, -i (G) – Sell; an axis
polar, -i (L) – Of the pole, polarity
polem, -i, -o (G) – War; hostile
poli (G) – Sell; a city
poli, -a, -o (G) – Gray
-polis (G) – A city; a citizen
polist, -es (G) – The founder of a city
polit (G): A citizen; (L): polished, refined
poll (L) – Be strong
poll, men, -in (L) – Fine flour
poll, nex, -ic (L) – The thumb; the big toe
pollac, -i (G) – Many, often
pollut (L) – Defiled
polo (G) An axis; a young animal
poly (G) Many, much
polybor, -o (G) – Greedy
polyp, -i, -o (G) – Many-footed; a polyp
polyphem, -us (G My) – A one-eyed giant
polypodi (G) . Many-footed; a kind of fern
pom, -o, sum (L) – An apple, fruit
poma, -to (G) – A lid, cover; a drink
pomp, =a (G) – A guide
pomph, -o, -us (G) – A blister
pompholy, -g, -go, -x (G) – A bubble
pompil, =us (L) – A kind of fish
=pomum (L) – An apple, fruit
pon, -o, -us (G) – Toil; pain
=pons (L) – A bridge ponder (L) – Weighty
poner, -i, -o (G) – pain; bad, painful
pono, (G) -Toil; pain
pont, – i (L) -A bridge
pont, -o (G) – The sea
=ponus (G) – Toil; pain
poo, (G) – Grass, a grassy place
=pooecetes (G) – A grass dweller
popl, -es, -it (L) – The back of the knee
popul , us (L) – people; the poplar
por, -i, =us (L) – A pore, small opening
por, -o (G) – A soft stone; blind; a callus
porc, -i’ -us (L) – A hog, swine
porcat (NL) – Ridged
porcell, -i, -us (L) – A little pig; a sowbug
porcellan (It) – porcelain
porci (L) – A hog, swine
porcin (L) – Of a hog; pork
uporcus (L) – A hog, swine
pore, -i, -ut (G) – A passage; convey, traverse
pori (L) – A pore, small opening
porist, -o (G) – provided
porn, -o (G) – A prostitute
poro, (G) – A hardening, callus; a soft stone; blind
porp, -a (G) – A buckle, brooch
porpa, -c, =x (G) – A ring, loop; a handle
porphyr, -io, mo (G) – purple
porr, -i, sum, =s (L) – A leek
porrect (L) – Stretched out, extended forward
port (L) – Carry
port, =a, -i (L) – A gate, door
port, -i, -un, =us (L) – A harbor, port
porth, -e, -o (G) – Destroy
porthmi, -d, – s (G) – A narrow passage
porti (L) – A gate, door; a harbor, port
portulac, -a (L) – Purslane
portun (L My) – A harbor, port
porulos (L) – Full of small pores
=porus (L) – A pore, small opening
porzan, =a (It) – A rail
pos, =is (G) – Drink; husband
pos, -o (G) – How much; indefinitely; quantity
poseidon (G My) – A god of the sea
posit (L) – Placed
post (L) – Behind, after
post, -er, -ero, -ic (L) – Hinder, posterior
posth, -i, -o (G) – The foreskin; the penis
postul (L) – Demand
pot, -a, -i, -o (G) – Drink
potam., -o, -us (G) – A river
potass, -i (NL) – Potash, potassium
poten, -t (L) – Powerful
poter, -i, -io, mium. (G) – A drinking cup
potero (G) . Either
potes (G) – A drinker
poth, -o, =us (G) – Longing, desire; (NL): a kind of plant
poti, poto (G) – Drink
=pous (G) – Afoot

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pra, -o
(G) – Mild, gentle
pract (L) -. Do, act, work
prae (L) -. Before
praeco, -c, -x (L) – Early, premature
praesep (L) -. An enclosure
praeter (L) – Beyond, past, more than
praeust (L) Scorched
praevar (L) Irregular
=pragrna, -to (G) – An object, thing, fact, matter
praginon (G) – Work
praniz (G) – Thrown headlong
prao (G) – Mild, gentle
pras, -eo, -in, sum (G) – A leek
prat, -i, sum (L) – A meadow
pratens (L) – Found in meadows
prav (L) – Deformed
prax, mis (G) – An exercise, action
pre (L) – Before
preca (L) – Pray, request
preco, ci, =x (L) – Early, premature
preda (L) – Prey, booty
predi, mum (L) A farm, estate
pregnan, -t (L) With child, pregnant
premn, -o, mum (G) – A tree trunk, stem
pren, nes, -o (G) – Drooping, bent forward
preniz (G) . Thrown headlong
prep, -o (G) – Visible, conspicuous; resemble
prept, -o (G) – Distinguished
presby, -s. -t (G) – Old; an old person
preter (L) – Beyond, past., more than
priap, -us (G My) – The god of procreation; the penis
prim, -a, -i (L) – First
primul, =us (L) – The primrose
prin, -o, -us (G) – A kind of oak
princip, -ali (L) – First place, chief; principal
=prion, -o (G) – A saw
pris (G) – Sawing; a saw
prisc. (L) – Primitive, ancient
prisma, -t, -to (G) – Something sawed; a prism
prist, -i, -io, -o (G) – Sawed
pristin. (L) – Primitive; old fashioned
priv, -a. -i (L) – An individual, one each
pro (G) – Before, in front of, forward; instead of, for
prob (L) – Test, examine; good
proble, -s, -t (G) – Projecting
probol, -o, -us (G) – A weapon, bulwark
probosc, -i (G) – That which examines; a proboscis
procell, -a (L) – A storm
procer (L) – Tall, high
process (L) – Project from; advance
prochyn (G) – Kneeling
proct, -o, -us (G) – The anus; the rectum
procumben (L) – Prostrate
prod, -i (L) – Disclose, reveal
prodig (L) – Wasteful, lavish
prodigios (L) – Marvel, marvelous
prodot, -o (G) – Betrayed
prodrom, -us (L) – A kind of fig
proeo (G) – Early
profund (L) – Deep
progn, =e (L My) – A swallow
proi, -o (G) – Early
prol, -i (L) – Offspring
prolep, -sis, -t (G) – Anticipation
promach, -o, -us (G) – A challenger
prometh, -ea (G) – Foresight
prominen, -t (L) – Projecting
pron (L) – Bent forward; (G): a promontory
propaga (L) – Generate
propinqu (L) . Near
propior, -i (L) – Nearer
propri (L) – One’s own, peculiar
pror, -a (G) – The prow of a ship
prors (L) – Forward; absolutely
pros, -o (G) – To; before
prosop, -o, -um (G) – The countenance, face
prosopi, -s (G) – A kind of plant
prosphor, -o (G) Convenient, fitting
prostat, .-o (ML) The prostate gland
prosth, -en, -o (G) – Before; forward
prosthe, -c, -m (G) – An appendage, addition
prot, e, -o (G) – First, original
protero (G) – Fore, former
=proteus (G My) – A god that could assume various forms
protist, -o (G) – The very first
proto (G) – First, original
provid (L) . Cautious
proxim (L) – Nearest
pruin, =a, -o (L) – Hoar frost
prun, =us (L) – The plum
=prunella (Ger) – A throat disease
pruri, -t (L) – Itch
prymn, -o, -us (G) – The hind most; the stern of a ship

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psaca, -d, -s
(G) – A small broken -off piece
psaer, -o (G) – Flutter, touch lightly
psal, -i, -id, -o (G) – Scissors
psi list, -o (G) – Clipped
psallo (G) – Twang, pluck
psalm, ma, -i, -o (G) – A tune played on a stringed instrument; a psalm; a twitching
psalo (G) – Scissors
psalter (G) – A harp player; a book of many leaves
psamm, -o, -us (G) – Sand
psar, -o (G) – Speckled; the starling
psathy, -o (G) – Crumbling
psectr, -a, -o (G) – A scraper
psedn, -o (G) – Scanty, bald
=psegma, -to (G) – Shavings
pselaph (G) – Grope about, touch
pselli, -o, -um (G) – A bracelet
psellism (G) – Stammering
=psen (G) – A fig insect
psen, -o (G) – Bald
pseph, -i, -o (G) – A small stone; darkness
psephen, -o (G) – Dark, obscure
psett, -a (G) – A flatfish
pseud, -o (G) – False
psil, -o (G) – Bare, naked
psithyr, -o (G) – Whispering
psitt, -ac, macus (G) – A parrot
=psoa (G) – The loin; a muscle of the loin
psoc (G) – Rub small
psol, -o (G) – Smoke, soot; one circumcised
psom, -o, =us (G) A morsel
psoph, -o, mus (G) A sound, noise
psor., -a., -i , -o (G) . Itch; scabies
psorale, -o (G) – Scurfy
psych, me, -i, -o (G) – The soul, mind; cold; a butterfly
psychr, -o (G) – Cold
psydra, -c, -x (G) – A pimple, blister
psygm, =a, -ato, -o (G) – Anything that cools; chilliness
psyll, -a, -i, -o (G) – A flea
psyxi, as (G) – A cooling

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ptaer, -o
(G) – Sneeze
ptarm, -ic, -o (G) – Sneezing, causing to sneeze
ptele, -a, -o (G) – The elm
pten, -o (G) – Feathered, winged
pter, -o, -um (G) – A wing; a feather; a fin
pteri, -do, -s (G) – A fern
ptery, -g, -go, ax (G) – A wing; a feather; a fin
pteryl, -o (NL) – A wing, feather
ptes, -i, -io (G) – Flying
ptil, -o, mum (G) – Down; a feather, wing
ptilin, mum (NL) – A wing-like membrane
ptin (NL) – Feathered
ptis (G) – Peel
pto, -s, -t (G) – Fall
ptoch, -o (G) – A beggar; crouch
=ptoma, to (G) – A fall; a corpse
ptorth, -o, -us (G) – A sapling
ptos, -is (G) – A fall, falling
ptot (G) – Fall
pty, -ch, -ct, -g, -grn (G) – Fold
ptya, -i, -li, -lo (G) – Spit, spittle, saliva
ptych, -o (G) – A fold
ptyct, -o (G) – Folded
ptyg, -m, -ma, -mat, -o (G) Folded; a fold
ptyn, -g. =X (G) – The eagle owl
ptyon, -o (G) – A fan
=ptysma, -to (G) – Spittle
ptyss., -o (G) – Fold
ptyx, -i (G) – Fold, folding

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puber
(L) – A ripe age, adult; downy
=pubes (L) – The hair appearing at puberty; the pubes
pubesc (L) – Downy
pubi, -o; pubo (L) – The region of the pubes
pud, -en, -i, -ic (L) – Be ashamed; bashful
pudend, mum (L) – The external female genitals; shameful
puell, -a (L) – A girl
=puer, -i (L) – A boy
pueril (L) – Childish
puerper, -i (L) – Childbearing
puffin, =us (NL) – The puffin
mpugil, -i (L) – A boxer
pugill, -us (L) – A handful
upuglo, -n (L) – A dagger
pugn, -a, -ac, -ax, (L) – Fight; fighting
pugn, -o, -us (L) – The fist
pul, mex, -ic (L) – A flea
pulch, -ell, -er, -r (L) – Beautiful
pull, -us (L) – Dusky, dark-colored; a young fowl
pullari, -us (L) – A chicken keeper
pullul, -a (L) – Produce young, sprout
=pulmo, -n, -no (L) – A lung
pulp, =a, -i (L) – Flesh, pulp
puls, -a, -i, -ilo, -o (L) – Beat, push, pulse
pult (L) – Hurl, beat, knock
pult, -i (L) – Pottage
pulv, -er, -is (L) – Powder, dust
pulvi, -i1, -n (L) – A cushion
pum, mex, -ic (L) – A soft stone
pumil, -io, -o (L) – A dwarf
punct, -i (L) – A sting, prick
punctat (L) – Marked with pricks or punctures
pung, -en (L) – Prick; penetrating
puni, -t (L) – Punish
punic (L) – Purple; reddish
punic, -a (L) – The pomegranate
pup, -a, -i (L) – A doll; a pupa
pupill, ma, -i (L) – The pupil of the eye; a little girl
pur, -i (L) – Pure; pus
purg, -a (L) – Cleanse
puro (L) – Pure; pus, inflammation
purpur, -e (L) – Purple
puru (L) – Pus, inflammation
-pus (G) – A foot
=pus (L) – Pus, inflammation
pusill (L) – Very small
pusillanim (L) – Faint-hearted
pustul, -a (L) – A pimple, blister
put, -a (L) – Prune, trim ,
putam, men, -in (L) – A husk, pod
putill, -us (L) – A little boy
=putor, -i (L) – A stench
putr, -e, -i (L) – Rotten, putrid

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py, -e, -o
(G) – Pus
pycn, -o (G) – Thick, dense
pyct, -es (G) – A boxer
pyel, -o, -us (G) – A trough; the pelvis
pyg, =a, -o (G) – The rump
pygarg, -us (L) – A kind of eagle; a kind of antelope
pygm (G) – A fist; boxing; the distance from the elbow to the knuckles (about 13+ inches); a dwarf
pyl, -a, =e, -o (G) – A gate, orifice
pylor, -o, =us (G) – A gate-keeper; the pylorus
pyo (G) – Pus, inflammation
=pyosis (G) – Pus formation
pyr, -i. ump =us (NL) – A pear
=pyr, i, -o (G) – Fire
pyr, =um (G) – Wheat
pyrali, -d, -s (G) – An insect fabled to live in fire
pyramid, -a (G) – A pyramid; shaped like a pyramid
=pyren, -o (G) – A fruit stone
pyret, -i, -o (G) – Fever; fire
pyrexi (G) – Fever; fire
pyrg, -o, -us (G) – A tower
pyri (G): Fire; (NL): a pear
pyrin, -o (G) – Of fire; of wheat
pyro (G) – Fire; wheat
pyrrh, -o (G) – Red, reddish; orange-colored
pyrrhic (G) – A war dance
pyrrhul, -a (L) – A bullfinch
pyrul, =a. (NL) – A pear
=pyrum (G): Wheat; (NL): a pear
=pyrus (NL) – A pear
pyth, -o (G) – Rot, decay
=python, -i, -o (G MY) – A serpent, python
=pyx (G) – The rump
pyxi, -d, – s (G) – A box

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quadr, -a, -i (L) – Four
quadragesim (L) – The fortieth
quadrat, -o (L) – Square
quali (L) What kind
quant (L) How much
quart, -i, -o (L) – A fourth
quasi (L) – Nearly, almost, as though
quass, -at (L) – Shaking, shaken
quatern (L) – By fours
quatr, -i (L) – Four
quer, -e, -i (L) – Complain
querc, -i, =us (L) – The oak
quern (L) – Of oak, oaken
querquedul, -a (L) – A kind of duck
questu, – s (L) – A complaint
quie, -sc, -t (L) – Quiet, resting
quin, -a, -i, -qu (L) . Five
quin, =a, -i, -o (Sp) – Quina bark
quincun, -c, mx (L) – Five twelfths
quinqu, -e (L) – Five
quint, -i, -o (L) – Fifth
quis (L) – What
quisc, -al, -ul (LL) – A quail
quondam (L) – Formerly
quot (L) – How many

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r
(see also rh)
rab, -i. -o (L) – Dark-colored
rabi, -d, mies, -os (L) – Mad, raving; rage, madness
racem, -i, -o, =us (L) – A cluster
rachi, -a (G) – A rocky shore; surf
rachi, -a, -o, s (G) – A spine; the backbone
radi, -a, -at, -o (L) – A spoke, ray, radius
radian (L) – Shining
radic, -a, -i, -i, -ul (L) – A root
wradio (L) – Ray; wireless; the radius of the arm
radix (L) – A root
radul, -a (L) – A scraper
rai, -a (L) – A skate, flatfish
rall, -I, nus (NL) – A rail; thin
ram, -ex, -ic (L) – A rupture
ram, -I, -o, -us (L) – A branch
rament (L) – Shreds, chips
rampan (F) – Creeping, climbing
ran, =a, -I (L) – A frog
ranc, -en, -id (L) – Sour, putrid
=rangifer (NL) – A reindeer
ranuncul, =us (L) – A medicinal plant; a tadpole
rap, na, -I (L) – A turnip
rapa, -c, -x (L) – Grasping, greedy
raph, -a (G) – A seam, suture
raphan, -o, -us (G) – A radish; a cabbage
raphi, -d, -o (G) – A needle
rapi (L) – A turnip
rapid (L) – Tearing away; swift
rapt, -I, -o (G) – Sewed
rapt, -or, _U (L) – Seize, plunder; a plunderer
rar, -e, -I (L) – Rare
rascet (L) – The palm of the hand
rasi, -i (L) – Scraped
rastr, -at, -I (L) – Rake; with longitudinal scratches
rati, no, -on (L) – Rate, proportion
rati, -s, -t (L) – A raft, flat-bottomed boat
rauc (L) – Hoarse
rav, -I, -id (L) – Tawny

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re
(L) – Back, again
recept (L) – Receive; a receiver
recidiv (L) – Falling back, back-sliding
recipi (L) – Receive
reciproc (L) – Move back and forth
recit (L) – Read out
reclinat (L) – Bent back
reclus (L) – Shut up
recondit (L) – Concealed
rect, -I, -o (L) – Straight; the rectum
recumben (L) – Lying down
redact (L) – Restored
redol (L) . Emit a scent
redund (L) – Overflow; abundant
reduvi, -a (L) – A hangnail
reg, -al, -I (L) – A king; royal
regim, -en, -in (L) – Guidance
=regma, -to (G) – A break, tear
regin, =a (L) – A queen
regn (L) – Rule, reign
regula, -ri, -t (L) – Regular
=regulus (L) – A little king, a prince
relict (L) – Left behind
rem, nex, -ig (L) – A rower
rem, -I, -us (L) – An oar
remedi (L) – A cure
reminisc (L) – Remember
remor, -a (L) – Delay; a kind of fish
remulc, -um (L) – Drooping; a tow rope
=remus (L) – An oar
=ren, -a, -cul, -I, -o (L) – A kidney
reniten (L) – Resisting
repand (L) – Turned up, bent backward
repen, -t (L) – Creeping
repeti (L) – Repeat
repl, =um (L) – A door frame, bolt
replet (L) – Full
replic (L) . Fold back
rept, -a, -il (L) – Creep, crawl
reptil, -I (L) – Creep, crawl; a reptile
=res (L) – A thing
resect (L) – Cutoff
resed, -a (L) – Heal, calm; a kind of plant
resid, -en (L) – Live; remain behind
resid, -I (L) – Remaining; inactive
residu (L) – What Is left behind
resin, =a, -I (L) – Resin
respir (L) – Breathe
resplenden (L) – Glittering
restan (L) – Standing still
resti , s (L) – A rope, cord
restor (L) – Put back again
resupin (L) – Bent back
resuscita (L) – Revive
ret, n e, -I, -in (L) – A net, network
retiari, =us (L) – A net-fighter
reticen (L) – Silent
reticul, -ari (L) – A network
retin, -a, -i’ -o (L) – A net; the retina of the eye
retin, =a, -I, -o (G) – Pine resin
retinacul, =um (L) – A holdfast
retr, -o (L) – Back, behind, backward
retus (L) – Blunt
revela (L) – Reveal
revolut (L) – Rolled back
=rex (L) – A king

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rh
(see also ìrî)
rhabd, -o, =us (G) – A rod
rhac, -o, -us (G) – Rags
rhachi, =a (G) – A rocky shore; surf
rhachi, -a, -o, =s (G) – The spine, backbone
rhachist, -o (G) – Cut up
rhadin, -o (G) – Slender, delicate
rhaeb, -o (G) – Crooked
rhag, -a, =e, -I, -o (G) – Break, break out, broken; a grape, berry
rhagi, -o, mum (G) – A kind of spider
rhagia (G) – A breaking out
rhamn, -o, -us (G) – Buckthorn
rhamph, -id, -is, -o (G) – A curved beak; a hook
rhani, -d, -s (G) – Drop, sprinkle
rhaph, -a, -o (G) – A seam, suture
rhaphan, -o, -us (G) – A radish; a cabbage
rhaphi, -d, -o, -s (G) – A needle
rhapi, -do, -s (G) – A rod, stick
=rhax. (G) – A grape, berry
rhe, -a (NL) – A kind of bird
rhe, =a, -o (G) – A flow, current
rhe, -um (ML) – Rhubarb
rheb, -o (G) – Crooked
rhect, -I (G) – Rupture
rheg, =ma, -n (G) – A break
rheithr, -o, -um (G) – A stream
=rhema., -to (G) – A word
rheo (G) – A flow, current
rhest, -o (G) – Destroyed
rhet., -I, -or (G) – Speak
rhetin, -a, -I, -o (G) – Pine resin
=rheum (NL) – Rhubarb
rheum, =a, -ato, -I, -o (G) – A watery flow, flux
rhexi, -a, -s (G) – A break, rupture
rhig, -o (G) – Frost; shiver
rhin, -a (G) – A shark; a file, rasp
rhin, -o (G) – A nose
rhipi, -do, =s (G) – A fan
rhips (G) – Wickerwork
rhipt, -o (G) – Thrown out
=rhis (G) – A nose
rhiz, =a, -o (G) – A root
rhod, -o, -um (G) – A rose
rhoea, -d, =s (G) – A kind of poppy
rhoec, -o (G) – Crooked; failing, weak
rhoga, -d, s (G) – Rent, ragged
rhomb, -o, =us (G) – A parallelopiped with equal sides; a top
rhonch, -o (G) – Snore
rhop, -i, -o, =s (G) – Bushes, brush
rhop, -o (G) – A turning point, a turn of the scales
rhopal, -o, -us (G) – A club
rhoph (G) – To swallow
rhopo, (G) – Small, weak; bushes, brush; a turning point
=rhops (G) – Bushes, brush
rhopt, -o (G) – Absorption
rhoptr, -o, mum (G) – A club
=rhus (L) – Sumac
rhya, -co, =x (G) – A stream
=rhyma, -to (G) – Deliverance; defense
rhymb, -o, -us (G) – Whirling; a top
rhynch, -o, -us (G) – A snout, beak
rhyo (G) – A stream
rhyp, -ar, -i, -o (G) – Dirt, filth; filthy
rhyph, -o (G) – Crooked; gulp down
rhypt (G) – Cleanse
rhysi, -s (G) – A stream; defending
rhyss, -o (G) – Wrinkled
rhythm, -o (G) – Rhythm
rhyti, -do, -s (G) – A wrinkle
rhytism, -a (G) – A patch, darn
rhyz, -o (G) – A root; growl

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=ribes
(Ar) – A plant with sour sap
ricin, -us (L) – Castor oil; the castor oil plant; a kind of tick
rict (L) – Open-mouthed
rid, -e, -en (L) – Laugh
ridicul (L) – Laughable, funny
rig, -esc, -id, -or (L) – Stiff, stiffening, harsh
rim, -a, -o (L) – A fissure, split
ring, -en (L) – Gape
rino (G) – A nose
rip, -a, -ar, -i (L) – The bank of a stream
ripi, -do, =s (G) – A fan
ris, -or (L) – Laugh, laughter
ris sa (Ice) – The kittiwake
ritu, -s (L) – A rite, ceremony
riv, -os, -ul (L) – A brook, furrow
rival, -i (L) – Of a brook; a rival

rob, -or, -ust
(L) – Strong; an oak
rod, -en (L) – Gnaw, gnawing
rodo (G) – A rose
roga (L) – Ask
romale, -o (G) – Strong-bodied
ror, -id, -ul (L) – Dew, dewy
ros, -a (L) – A rose
roscid (L) – Dewy, wet
rose, -a, -o (L) – Rose-colored, rosy
rosi (L) – Gnaw
=rosmar (Dan) – A walrus
=rosor (L) – A gnawer
rostell, mum (L) – A little beak
rostr, mum (L) – A beak, snout; the prow of a ship
-rota, -Ii, -t (L) – A wheel; revolve
rotund (L) – Round

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rub, -e, -i, -us
(L) – A bramble; a blackberry
rube, -d, -din, -o, -r, -scen (L) – Red, reddish
rubi, -d, -g (L) – Red, reddish
rubicund (L) – Very red
rubicundul (L) – Somewhat ruddy
rubigin (L) – Rusty
rubr, -i (L) – Red, reddish
=rubus (L) – A bramble; a blackberry
ruct (L) – Belch
rud, -eri, mus (L) – Rubbish
ruden (L) . Crying out, bellowing
rudi (L) – Wild, rough
ruf, -esc, -i (L) – Red, reddish
rug, -a, -os, -ul (L) – A wrinkle, fold; wrinkled
rum, ma, -i (L) – A dart
rum, men, -in (L) – The throat
rurn, sex, -ic (L) – Sorrel
=rnina (L) – Chew the cud
rumor (L) – Talk, hearsay
ump (L) – Burst
runcin, -a, -i (L) – A carpenter’s plane
rup, -es, -estr, -i (L) – A rock
rup -i, =ia, -o (G) – Filth
rupinsulens (L) – Of Rock Island
rupt (L) – Broken, bursted
rur, -a, -i (L) – The country; in the country
=rusa (Mal) – A deer
rusc, =urn (L) – A butcher’s broom
russ (L) – Reddish
rustic (L) – Of the country
rut, =a (L) – A rue; disagreeableness
ruthen (N) – A province in Russia
ruti (G) – A wrinkle
rutil (L) – Red
rutr, mum (L) – A spade, shovel

rynch, -o, -us
(G) – A beak, snout

sa, o (G) – Healthy, safe
sab, -ell, -ul, -urr (L) – Sand
sac, -o, =us (G) – A shield
sacc, -i. -o, ous (L) – A sack
sacchar, -o (G) – Sugar
sacer (L) – Sacred
sacerdo, -t (L) – A priest
saco (G) – A shield
sacr, -a, -i (L) – Sacred
sacr, -o, mum (NL) – The sacrum
sact, -o (G) – Stuffed
=sacus (G) – A shield
saenur, -id (G) – Wag the tail
saep, -es, -i (L) – A fence
saffr (ME) – Yellow
sag, -o (G) – A covering, armor
saga, -c, -x (L) – Keen, shrewd
sagapen (L) – A gum
sagar, -i (G) – A sword
sage (G) – Armor, harness
sagen, =a (G) – A seine
sagi, -do, as (G) – A pouch
sagitt, -a (L) – An arrow
=sagma, -to (G) – A pack saddle
sago (G) – A covering, armor
=sal, -i (L) – Salt
sal, -o (G) – A roadside; restlessness
sala, -ci, nx (L) – Lustful
salamandr, ma (G) – A salamander
salari (L) – Of salt
salebr, -a, -os (L) – Rough, uneven
sali (L) – Salt; leap
sali, -ci, -x (L) – A willow
salien, -t (L) . Leaping
salin (L) – A salt pit; of salt, salty
salit, -an (L) – Dancing, leaping
saliv, -a (L) – Spittle
=salix (L) – A willow
=salmo, -n (L) – The salmon
salo (G) – A roadside; restlessness
salp, -a, -i (L) – A kind of sea fish
salpin, -ct, -g, -go, =x. (G) – A trumpet
sals (L) – Salted
salt, -a, -i (L) – Leap, dance
saltator (L) – A leaper, dancer
saltu, =s (L) – A forest
salu, -bri, -ti (L) – Health; healthful
salv, -a (L) – Save, preserve
salvi, -a (L) – The sage
samar, -a, -i (L) – An elm seed
sambuc, =a (L) – A stringed instrument
sambuc, -us (L) – The elder tree
samyd, =a (G) – A birch-like plant
sana, -b, -t (L) – Heal, cure
sanct, -i (L) – Saintly, holy
sandal, -o, mum (G) – A sandal; a flatfish
sangui, -ni, as (L) – Blood
sanit, -a (L) – Health, soundness
sanicul, -a (NL) – A kind of plant
sani, -do, -a (G) – A board, plank
santal, mum (NL) – Sandalwood
sao (G) – Healthy, safe
saperd, mes (G) – A salted fish
saph, -en, -o (G) – Clear, apparent; the truth
sapid (L) – Tasty, savory
sapien, as, -t (L) – Wise, knowing
sapinda (L) – Soapberry
=sapo, -ni (L) – Soap
=sapor, -i (L) – Flavor, taste
sapot, -a (NL) – A kind of tree
sapphir, -o (G) – The sapphire; blue
sapr, -o (G) – Rotten, putrid
sarc, -i, -o (G) – Flesh
sarcas, -m (LL) – Sneer
sarcin, -a, -i (L) – A bundle
sarcolip, -es (G) – Lean, with little flesh
sarcopt (G) – Flesh-cutting
sard, =a (G) – A kind of fish
sarg, -o, -us (G) – A kind of fish
sargass (Sp) – Seaweed
sarment, mum (L) – Twigs, branches
=saron, -to (G) – A broom
sarp, -t (L) – Prune, trim
sarri (L) – Hoe, cultivate
sarsa (Sp) – A bramble
sartori, -us (L) – A tailor
=sarum (G) – A broom
=sarx (G) – Flesh
satan (G) – The Devil, Satan
satell, -es, -it (L) – An attendant
sathr, -o (G) – Decayed, weakened
satur, -a (L) – Full, filled
satyr (G My) – A woodland deity, a satyr
sauci (L) – Hurt, injured, ill
saucr, -o (G) – Beautiful, graceful
saur, -o, -us (G) – A lizard
savanna (Sp) – A meadow
sax, -i, -o, mum (L) – A rock
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scab
(L) – Scratch, scrape
scab, -er, -r (L) – Rough
scabell, mum (L) – A footstool
scabi, -es (L) – Itch, mange
scabios (L) – Scaly, rough
scabr, -i (L) – Rough
scae., -o (G) – Clumsy; unlucky; on the left
scaer, -o (G) – Dance
scal, -a, -ari, -i (L) – A ladder
scalen, -e, -o (G) – Uneven; limping
scall, -d, -a (G) – A hoe; a bowl
scal(L)., -o, =us (G) – An oar pin
scalma (OHG) – Pestilence
scalop, -o, -a (G) – A mole
scalp (L) – Carve, scrape
scalpr, -i, awn (L) – A chisel, knife
scalpt (L) – Carved, scraped
scamb., -o (G) – Curved, bent
scamill, mus (L) – A little bench
scamn, -o, -um (L) – A bench, stool
scan, -d, -a, -sor (L) – Climb
scan, -i, -o, =us (G) – A corpse
scap, -us (L) – A stem; (G): a staff
scapan, -e, -1, -o (G) – A spade
scaph, -i, -o (G) – A bowl, boat, trough; anything hollowed out
scapt, -es, -o (G) – Dig; a digger; dug out
scapul, -a, (L) – The shoulder blade
scar, -us (G) – A kind of fish
scarabae, -i, -us (L) – A scarab beetle
scari, -d, -a (G) – A little worm
scarlatin (It) – Scarlet
scart (G) – Nimble; dance
=scarus (G) – A kind of fish
scat, -o (G) – Dung
scel, -i, -id, -is, -o, =us (G) – A leg
sceler (L) – Wicked, villainous
scell, -do, -a (G) – A leg; a rib
=scelio, -n, (L) – A scoundrel
scelo; -scelus (G) – A leg
scen, -a, -o (G) – A tent; a stage
sceptic, -o (G) – Reflective, observant
sceptr, =um (L) – A scepter
sceu, -o, -us (G) – An implement, vessel, equipment
schadon, -o (G) – A bee larva; the honeycomb
sched, -o (G) – A tablet
schedon (G) – Near
sches, is (G) – A condition or state
=schema, -t, -to (G) – Form, shape
scher, -o (G) – One aft er another
schid, -i. =ium, -o (G) – A splinter
schism, -a, -at, -o (G) – A splitting, division
schist, -o (G) – Split, divided
schiz, -o (G) – Split, cleave
schoen, -i, -o (G) – A reed; a rope
=schola (L) – School; (G): leisure
sci, -a, -o (G) – A shadow
sciad, -i (G) – A canopy, umbel
sciaen, =a (L) – A sea fish
sciar, -o (G) – Dark-colored, shady
=sciasma, -to (G) – A shadow
sciatic (ML) – Of the hip
scien, -a, -t, (L) – Knowledge
scier, -o (G) – Dark-colored, shady
scill; -a (L) – A sea- onion
scinc, -i, mus (L) – A kind of lizard
scintill (L) – Emit sparks, sparkle
scio (G) – A shadow
scirp, =us (L) – A bulrush
scirrh, -o, -us (G) – A tumor; a hard covering
scirt, -et, -o (G) – Leap; a leaper
sciss, -i (L) – Cut, split
scissur, =a (L) – A fissure, cleft
sciur, -o, mus (L) – A squirrel
scler, -o (G) .. Hard
scobi, -a (L) – Sawdust, filings
scobin, aa, (L) – A rasp
scol, -o, -us (G) – A thorn
scole, -c, -x (G) – A worm
scoli, -o (G) – Curved, crooked
scolop, -o, -a (G) – Anything pointed; a stake
scolopa, -c, -x (G) – A snipe
scolopendr, -a (G) – A centipede
=scolus (G) – A thorn
scolyt, -i (G) – Clip, shorten
scomb, -er, -r (L) – A mackerel
scop, -a (L) – A broom; twigs
scop, me, -o (G) – See, watch, look
scopae, -o, -us (G) – A dwarf
scopel, -o, -us (G) – A cliff, high rock
scopi, scopo (G) – A lookout, watch; a watch tower
=scops (G) – An owl
scopt (G) – Mock, jest, jeer
scopul, =a (L) – A small broom
scopul, -us (L) – A rock, crag
-scopy (G) – Observation
=scor, -a, -ia (G) – Dung
scorbut, =us (ML) – Scurvy
scord, -o, =um (G) – Garlic, onion
scorod, =um (G) – Garlic, onion
scorpaen, =a (G) – A fish with a poisonous sting
scorpi, -o, -us (G) – A scorpion
=Scorpio, -n (L) – A scorpion
scorzo (It) – The adder
scot, -ia, -o, =us (G) – Darkness
screa, -t (L) – To hawk; split
scri, -b, -pt (L) – Write
scrob, -i, -is (L) – A trench
scrophul, -ari (L) – A tumor, glandular swelling
scrot, =um (L) – A pouch
scrup, -e, -os, -ul, -us (L) – A rough or sharp stone
scrut, -at (L) – examined
sculpt (L) – Carved
scut, -i, =um (L) – A shield
scutell, =a (L) – A dish
scutell, =um (L) – A little shield
scybal, -o, =um (G) Dirt, filth, dung
scydrinaen (G) – Angry
scyla, -co, -x (G) – A dog, puppy
scyll (G) – A sea monster; mangle; vex, annoy; a dog, puppy
scyllar, -us (G) – A kind of crab
scylo (G) – Booty; an animal skin
scymn, -o, =us (G) – A young animal, a whelp
scyph, -o, =us (G) – A cup
scyr, -o (G) – Rough
scyt, -i, -o (G) – Leather; the neck
scytal, -a. -i, -o (G) – A staff; a message
scythi (G N) – To scalp
scythr, -o (G) – Sullen, gloomy
scyti, scyto, (G) – Leather; the neck

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seb, -i, -um.
(L) – Grease, tallow
sebas, -m, -t (G) – Venerable; reverent
sec, -o (G) – A pen, enclusure; a shrine
seclu, -d, -s (L) – Shut off, hidden
secret (L) – Set apart, secret
sect (L) – Cut
secund (L) – The second, next
secur, -i, -is (L) – An axe
=secutor (L) – A follower, pursuer
sed, -ent, -i (L) – Sit, sitting
sedat (L) – Soothed, calm
sedit (L) – A going aside
seduc (L) . Lead aside, lead astray
sedul. (L) – Busy, diligent
=sedum, (L) – Stonecrop
sege, as, -t (L) – Acorn field
segestr, me, -i (L) – A covering, wrapping
segm, -ent (L) – A piece cut off
segn, -i (L) – Slow, sluggish
segreg (L) – Separate, set apart
sei, -o (G) – Move to and fro, shake
seir, -o (G) – A band, chain; hot
seism, -o, =us (G) A shaking, an earthquake
seiur (G) – Wag the tail
sejug, -i (L) – A six-horse team
sejunct (L) – Separated
seko (G) – A pen, enclosure; a shrine
sela, -sm, -t (G) – Bright, shining
selach, -o, -us (G) – A shark
selag, -in, so (L) – A kind of club moss
selen, -e, -i (G) – The moon
seleni (NL) – Selenium
sell, -d, -s (G) – A plank, sheet
selin, mum (G) – Parsley
sell, ma, -i (L) – A saddle, stool
sema, -t, -to (G) – A mark, sign, signal, seal
semae, -o (G) – A standard, a streamer
semant, -o (G) – Marked, significant
semasi (G) – A marking
semat, -i, -o (G) – A mark, sign, signal, seal
serneio, -t (G) – Marked; a standard
=semen, (L) – Seed, sperm
semi (L) – Half
semicincti, -um (L) – An apron
semin, -i (L) – Seed, sperm, semen
semn, -o (G) – Holy, sacred
semo (G) – A sign, mark, signal, a standard, streamer; a seal
semper (L) – Always
sen, -ex, -i (L) – . An old person
sen, -i (L) – Six
senari (L) – Six each
senect (L) – Very old, aged
senesc (L) – Grow old
seni (L) – An old person; six
senicul, =us (L) – An old man
senil, -i (L) – Of old people
sens,. -i (L) – Feeling
sensor (L) – A sense organ
sent, -i (L) – Feeling
senti, =s (L) – A thorn
sep, -s, -t (G) – Rotten, putrid
sepedo, -n (G) – Rottenness, decay
sepi (L) – Fence in
sepi, -a (G) – A cuttlefish
seps (G) – Rotten, putrid; a lizard
sep i, -s (G) – Putrid; putrefaction.
sept, -em, -en (L) – Seven
sept, -i, -o (G) – Rotten, putrid; rot
sept, -i. -o1 mum (L) – A fence
septen, -ari (L) . Seven each
septendecim. (L) – Seventeen
septentrion, -al. (L) – Northern
septi (L) – A fence; (G): rotten
septim. (L) – The seventh
septo (L) – A fence; (G): rot, rotten
septuagesi (L) – The seventieth
septuagint (L) – Seventy
=septum, (L) – A fence
sequa, -c, -x (L) – Following
sequest, mer, -r (L) – An agent, go-between
ser (L) – Late
ser, -i’ -o’ sum (L) – Whey, serum
seran, -g, ax (G) – A cave
serapi, -ado, -as (G) – An orchid
seren (L) – Clear, calm, bright
seri (L) – A series, row; late; Chinese; silk; serum
seri, -do, -s (G) – Chicory, succory
seric, -a, -ar, -e, -o (G) – Silk, silken
=sermo, -n (L) – A speech
sero, (L) – Serum; late
serotin (L) – Late
serp (L) – Creep
serpent, -ar, -i (L) – A serpent
serph, -o, -us (G) – A gnat
serpul, -a, -o (L) – A little snake
serr, =a, -at, -i (L) – A saw
sert (L) – Entwined, joined
sert, -a (L) – Garlands
=serum (L) – Whey; the watery part of fluids
serv, -a, -i, -us (L) – A slave; serve
=ses, -i (G) – A moth
sesam, -e (G) – Sesame
sesel, -i (G) – A shrub
sesqui (L) – One and one-half
sessil (L) – Sitting on, sedentary, without a stem
sestr, -o, -um (G) – A sieve
set, -a, -i (L) – A bristle
set, -0 (G) – A moth
seth, -o, -us (G) – A sieve
sever (L) – Serious, harsh
sex, -a (L) – Six
sexagesim (L) – The sixtieth
sexagint (L) – Sixty
sext (L) – The sixth
sexu (L) – Sex

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si, -o
(G) – Move to and fro, shake
siag, -on (G) – The jaw bone
sial, -i, -o (G) – Spittle, saliva; fat, grease
siali, – s (G) – A kind of bird
=sialum (G) – Spittle, saliva
=sialus (G) – Fat, grease
sibil (L) – Hissing
sibyn, -e, -o (G) – A spear
sicari, =us (G) – An assassin
sicc (L) – Dry
sicy, -o, =us (G) – A gourd, cucumber
sid, -a (G) – A pomegranate tree; a kind of water plant
sid, -eri, -us (L) – A star
sider, -a, -o, -us (G) – Iron
sidere (L) – Starry
sig, -a, -o (G) – Silence
sigill, -a, -o (L) – A seal; the little figures on a seal
sigm., =a, -ato, -o (G) – The letter “S”; S-shaped
sign, -i, =um (L) – A sign, mark
sigo (G) – Silence
sil, -o (G) – Snub-nosed
sila, -us (L) – A kind of parsley
silen, -t (L) – Still, silent
silen, -us (L): Foam; (My): drunkenness
silex (L) – Flint
silic, -i (L) – Flint
siliqu, -a (L) – A pod, husk
sillo (G) – Satire
silph, -a (G) – A kind of beetle
silphi, -um (G) – A plant with medicinal properties
silub, -o, -um. (G) – A kind of thistle
silur (L) – A kind of fish; a region in South Wales
silv, -a, -at, -estr, -i (L) – Woods, trees
silyb, -o, -um (G) – A kind of thistle
sim, -o (G) – Flat-nosed
simbl, -o, -us (G) – A beehive
simi, =a, -us (L) – An ape
simil (L) – Alike, similar
simpl, -ex, -ic, -ici (L) – Simple
simul (L) – Together; imitate
simula (L) – A likeness; imitate
sin, -a, -o (G) – Chinese; damage
sinapi, -s (L) – Mustard
sincip, -it, -ut (L) – The forehead
sinens (NL) – Of China
singul, -ar (L) – Separate, solitary
sini, -o, =um (G) – A sieve
sinist, -er, -r (L) – The left hand; awkward; evil
sino (G) – Chinese; damage
sinu, -a, -o, -s (L) – A fold; a hollow; bend, wind
sio (G) – Move to and fro, shake
sipal, -o (G) – Deformed
siphl, -o (G) – Crippled, maimed
siphn, -e, -o (G) – A mole; crippled, blind
sipho, -n, -no (G) – A tube, pipe
sir, -ex, -ic (G) – A kind of wasp
siren, -i, -o (L My) – A mermaid-like creature with an enticing voice
-sis (G) – The act of
sistr, =um (L) – A rattle
sisymbr, -i, -ium, -0 (G) – A sweet-smelling plant
sisyr, -a, -o (G) – A garment of skin
sisyrinchi, -um (G) – An iris-like plant
sit, -i, -io, -0, -us (G) – Food
sit, -U, -us (L) – A place
sitt, =a, -i (G) – A nuthatch
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sk
(see also sc)
skat, -o (G) – Dung
skelet, -o (G) – A dried body, skeleton
skelo, (G) – A leg
skeptic, -o (G) – Reflective, observant
skia (G) – A shadow
skiro (G) – A white parasol
skler, -o (G) – Hard
smaragd, -o (G) – An emerald
smari, =S (G) – A small sea fish
smegrna, -to (G) – A soapy secretion; a cleansing substance
smerinth, -o, =us (G) – A cord, string
smil, =a, -o, (G) – A carving knife
smila, -c, =x (G) – Yew; bindweed
sminth, -us (G) – A field mouse
smodi, -c, -ng, ax (G) – A swollen bruise

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sobar, -o
(G) – Arrogant; violent
sobol, =es, -i (L) – A sprout, shoot
sobrin, =us (L) – A cousin
soci, -a, -o, -us (L) – A companion, fellow being, ally
sodal, -i, =is (L) – A companion
=sol, -a (L) – The sun
sol, -1, -0 (L) – Alone
sol, =um (L) – The floor, bottom, earth
solan, -a, =um (L) – A nightshade
solar, -i (L) – Of the sun
sole, =a (L) – A sandal; a kind of fish
solen, -i, -o (G) – A pipe, channel
soli (L) – The sun; alone
solic (L) – Care, concern
solid (L) – Dense, firm
solidag, -in, -o (L) – Goldenrod
solitari (L) – Solitary
solo (L) – Alone
solpug (L) – A venomous ant or spider
solu (L) – Alone; dissolve
=solum (L) – The floor, bottom, earth
solut, solv (L) – Dissolved, loose
=soma, -t, -to (G) – A body
somn, -i, -us. (L) – Sleep
somph, -o (G) – Spongy, porous
son, -a. -it, -o (L) – Sound
sonch, -us (G) -A sow thistle
sonor, -o (L) – Noisy
soph, -o (G) – Wise, skillful
sophistic (G) Artful, shrewd
sophora (Ar) A kind of tree
sophron, -o (G) – Temperate, sensible
-sophy (G) – Wisdom, skill, art
=sopor, -i (L) – Sleep
sor, -i, -o, =us (G) – A heap
sorb (L) – Suck in, absorb
sorb, -a, =us (L) – A kind of tree
sord, -id (L) – Filthy
=sorex (L) – A shrew
sori (G) – A heap
soric (L) – A shrew
soro (G) – A heap; a coffin
=soror, -i (L) – A sister
sort, -i (L) – Lot, fate
=sorus (G) – A heap
sostr, -o (G) – A reward for saving anotherís life.
sot, -er, -eri (G) – Preserve, save, deliver
soz, -o (G) – Preserve, save, deliver

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spad
(G) – Draw, draw off
spadi, -c, -x (G) – A palm branch; brown
spadice (NL) – Brown
spado, -n (G) – A castrated individual
spala, -cf, -co, -x (G) – A mole
span, -o (G) – Lacking, scarce
spar, -i, -us (L) – The gilt-bream
spara, -ct, -gm, -ss, -xi (G) – Tear, mangle; torn, mangled
sparg (G): Swell, teem; (Q: strew, scatter
spargan (G) – A swath, bank; a kind of plant
spari (L) – The gilt-bream.
spars (L) – Thin, scattered
spart, -e, -i, -o (G) – A rope; a kind of plant
spart, -o (G) – Scattered
=sparus (L) – The gilt-bream
sparveri, =us (L) – A sparrow
spasm, -a, -at, -o, -us (G) – An involuntary muscular act, a convulsion
spastic (G) – Relating to convulsions
spatang, es (G) – A sea urchin
spath, -a, -i, -o (G) – A broad sword
spati, -um (L) – A space
spatil, -a, -o (G) – Excrement
spatul, na (L) – A little blade; a spoon
spe, -o (G) – A cave
speci (L) – A kind or sort, species; special; look at, see
specios (L) – Showy, beautiful
spect (L) – See, look at
spectabil (L) – Visible, remarkable
spectr, -o (L) – A sight; the spectrum
specu, =s (L) – A cave or hole
specul, =a (L) – A watch tower
specul, =um (L) – A mirror
specula, -t (L) – Search, examine
speir, -o (G) – Coil; scatter
speis (G) – Food
spel, -ae, -ea, -eo, -o (G) – A cave
speo (G) – A cave
sperg (NL) – Scatter
sperm, =a, -at, -ato, -i, -o (G) Seed, semen, male reproductive cells
sphacel, -o, =us (G) – Gangrene
sphadasm, -o, -us (G) – A convulsion
sphaer, -a, -i, -o (G) – A ball, sphere
sphag, -e, -i (G) The throat; slaughter, sacrifice
sphagn, -um (G) A kind of moss
sphaler, -o (G) – Slippery, treacherous
spharag, -o (G) – Noisy, sputtering
sphe, -ci, ux (G) – A wasp
sphedan, -o (G) – Violent, vehement
sphen, -a, -o (G) – A wedge
spher, -a , -o (G) – A ball, sphere
=sphex (G) – A wasp
sphigm, -o (G) – The pulse
sphin, -ct, -g, -x (G) – Bind tight, squeeze, strangle; a mythological monster, the sphinx
sphodr, -o (G) – Active, violent
sphrag, -i, -is (G) – A seal, signet ring
sphrig, -o (G) – Vigorous
sphygm, -o (G) – The pulse
sphyr, -o (G) – A hammer, mallet; the ankle
spic, -a, -ul (L) – A spike, point; an ear of grain
spiegel (G) – A mirror
spil, -o, -us (G) – A spot, stain; a cliff
spin, =a, -i (L) – A spine, thorn
spinthar, -i, -is (G) – A spark
=spinther, -o (G) – A spark
=spinus (L) – A linnet-like bird
=spio (L My) – A sea nymph
spir, =a, -o (L) – Breathe; a spiral, coil
spirac, -i, -ul, -ulum (L) – An air hole
=spiraea (L) – The meadowsweet
-spire (L) – Breathe
spirem, =a, -at (G) – A coil, twisted thread
spiro (L) – A spiral, coil; breathe
spiss, -a, -at, -i (L) . Compact, thickened
spiz, =a (G) – A finch
splanchn, -i, -o, -um (G) – The viscera
=splen, -i, -ico, -o (G) – The spleen; a bandage, patch
spod, -i, -o (G) – Ashes, slag; gray
=spolia, -t (L) – Booty, spoils
spondyl, -o (G) – A vertebra
spong, -i, -ia, -io, -o (G) – A sponge
=sponsa (L) – A bride
spor, -a, -i, -o (G) – A seed
sporad, -o (G) – Scattered
spuda, -st (G) – Haste, zeal; active
spui (L) – Spit
spurn, =a (L) – Foa
spurc (L) – Dirty, filthy
spuri (L) – False
sput, =um (L) – Spittle
spyr, -id, -o (G) – A basket

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squal, =us
(L) – A dogfish
squalid (L) – Foul, filthy
squalor (L) – Dirt, filth
squam., =a. -at, -i -o (L) – A scale
squarros (L) – Scaly, rough
=squatarola (It) – The black-bellied plover
squatin, =a. (L) – A skate
squill, -a, -i (L) – A sea onion; a shrimp

stabil, -i
(L) – Firm
stach, -ys (G) – A spike, ear of corn
stact, -o (G) – Trickling
stag., -eto, -ma, -mat, -mo (G) – A drop
stagn, -a, -i, -urn (L) – Motionless; a pool
stala, -ct, -gm (G) – Dripping, dropping
-stalsis (G) – A constriction, compression
stalt (G) – Constriction, compression
stam, -en, -in (L) – Anything standing upright; a thread; a stamen
stamn, -o (G) – A wine jar
stann, -i, -um (L) – Tin
stape, -di, -s (LL) – A stirrup; the stapes, a bone in the ear
staphi, -s (G) – A raisin
staphyl, -a, -o (G) – A bunch of grapes, a cluster; the uvula
staphylin, -us (G) – A kind of insect
starn (ME) – A kind of bird
stas, -i, -is (G) – Standing, posture
stat, -i, -o (G) – Standing, placed
static, ne, -o (G) – An astringent herb
staur, -o, -us (G) – A cross
staxi, -s (G) – A dropping
stea, -r, -t, -to (G) – Fat, suet, tallow
stechi, -o (G) – An element
steg, -an, -ano, -no, -o (G) – A cover, roof; covered
steir, -o (G) Sterile; a keel
stel, -a, -id, -o (G) – A pillar
stele, -o (G) A handle
stelgi, -do, – s (G) – A scraper
stell, -a, -i, -o (L) – A star
stelm, -a (G) – A crown
stelo (G) – A pillar
stem, -af -o (G) – A thread; a stamen
=stemma, -to (G) – A crown, garland
sten, -o (G) Narrow
=stenosis (G) A narrowing, contraction
stentor (G My) – A powerful voice; a trumpet
step (AS) – Orphaned
steph, -ano, -anus, -o (G) – A crown
stere, -o (G) – Solid
sterc, -o, -or, -us (L) – Excrement, dung, manure
steres, =is (G) – Deprivation, loss
=sterigma, -to (G) – A support
steril, -i (L) – Barren, sterile
steriph, -o (G) – Firm, solid
stern, -o, um (G) – The breast, breastbone
stern, -a (NL) – A tern
sternu, -t (L) – Sneeze
sterr, -ho, -o (G) – Solid, stiff
stert (L) – Snore
steth, -o’ -us (G) – The breast, chest
sthen, -ar, -o, -us (G) – Strength, might
stib, -a, -i (G) . Hoar frost; antimony
stib, -o, mus (G) – A track, tread
stich, -o, -us (G) – A row, line
stichari, mum (G) – A vestment, tunic
stict, -o (G) – Punctured, dappled
stig, -a (L) – Goad, prick
stigm, -a, -at, -ato, -o (G) – A Spot a brand; a pricking
stil, -a (G) – A drop
stil, -us (L) – A style; a stake
stilb (G) – Glitter, glisten
still, -a, -ic: (L) – A drop
stilpn, -o (G) – Glistening
=stilus (L) – A style; a stake
stimul, -a, -us (L) – Goad
stinct (L) – Prick
-stipatio, -ni (L) – A crowd
stipendi, mum (L) – Tribute, payment
-stipes (L) – A stalk, stem
stiphr, -o (G) – Stout, sturdy
stipi, -ti (L) – A stalk, stem
stipt, -o (G) – Trodden down
stiri, -a (L) – An icicle
stirp, -i, -s (L) – A stock, stem
stixi, -s (G) – A puncture
stiz, -o (G) – Prick, puncture
=stoa (G) – A porch
stoichi, -o (G) – An element
stol, -a, -o (L) – A long robe
stolid (L) – Dull, stupid; (G): a robe
=stolo, -ni (L) – A twig, shoot
stom, ua, -ato, -o (G) – A mouth
stomach, -i, -o, -us (G) – The gullet; the stomach
stomb, -o (G) – Noisy
stomph, -ac, -o (G) – Loud-talking
stomyl, -o (G) – Talkative
stony, -cho, -x (G) – A sharp point
storth, =a, -o, -yng (G) – A point; the point of an antler
strab, -i, -ism, -o (G) – Squint; squint-eyed, cross-eyed
strado (it) – Street
stragul, -urn (L) – A cover, mantle
stram, men, -in, -ine (L) – Straw
stran, -g, -x (G) – A drop
strang, -o (G) – Crooked; squeeze
strangal (G) – Choke
strangulat (L) – Choked
strat, -age, -eg (G) – Generalship
strat, -i, mum (L) – A bed covering; a layer
strat, -io, -o (G) – An army; a soldier
strebl, -o (G) – Twisted
=stremma, -to (G) – A sprain, a twisting
stren, -o (G) – Strong, harsh; haughty
strenu (L) – Active
streper (LL) – Noisy
streph, -o (G) – Turn, twist
strepit, -an (L) – Noisy
strepsi, – s (G) – A turning or twisting
strept, -o. (G) – Bent, twisted; pliable
=stria, -t (L) – A furrow, streak; furrowed, streaked
strict (L) – Drawn together, tight
strid, -en, -or, -ul (L) – Creak, make a harsh sound
strig, =a (L) – A furrow, streak
strig, -i (L) – An owl; a furrow
strigat (L) – Streaked, striped
strigil, =is (L) – A scraper
strigos (L) – Thin, meager
stringen (L) – Compressing
string (NQ – An owl
striol, -a (L) – A small furrow
=strix (L) – An owl; a furrow
strob, -o (G) – Twist, turn, whirl
strobil, -o, -us (G) – Anything that whirls; a top; a pine cone
=stroma, -t, -to (G) – Anything spread out; a coverlet, mattress, bed
stromb, -i, -uli, -us (L) – A spiral; a snail; a top
strongyl, -o (G) – Round
stroph, -i, -io, -o (G) – A cord or twisted band; turn, twist
struct (L) – Build
strum, ma, -o (L) – A tumor
=struthio, -n (L) – An ostrich
strychn, -o, =us (G) – A nightshade
stryphn, -o (G) – Sour, harsh
stud, – en, -:1 (L) – Be diligent; zeal
stult, -i (L) – Foolish, silly
stup, -a, -o (L) – The coarse part of flax
stup, -e, -id (L) – Benumb, stun
stupr (L) – Defile, corrupt
=sturio, -n (LL) – The sturgeon
sturn, -i, -us (L) – A starling
styg, -ano, -er, -et, -no, -o (G) Hatred; hated; hating
styl, -o, -us (G) – A pillar, stake, column; a pointed instrument
stym, -a (G) – Stiff, erect
styp, -h, -t (G) – Astringent
styp, -o, =us (G) – A stump, stern
styphel, -o (G) – Sour; tough
styphl, -o (G) – Harsh; sour, astringent
styr, -ac, =ax, -o (G) – A kind of shrub

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suas
(L) – Persuade
sub (L) – Under, below
sub, =ex, -ic (L) – An under layer, support
=suber, -i (L) – The cork oak
sublim (L) – Uplifted, exalted
subruf, -i (L) – Buff
subul, =a (L) – An awl
succ, =us (L) – juice, sap
succin, -e, =um (L) – Amber
succis (L) – Cut, bitten off, trimmed
such, i, -o, =us (G) – A crocodile
sucr, -o (F) – Sugar
suct, -or (L) – Suck; a sucker
sud, -a, -or, -orl (L) – Sweat
sudi, – s (L) – A stake; the Pike
suecic (L) – Swedish
suf (L) – Under, below
sufflat (L) – Puffed -up, bloated
suffrag (L) – Support; voting right
suffrag, -in, so (L) – The hock, pastern bone
sug (L) – Suck
sui (L) – Self; a pig
sul, =a, -i (Ice) – A gannet
sulc, -a, -i, =us (L) – A furrow, groove, trench
sulf, -o (L) – Sulphur
sulph, -o (L) – Sulphur
summ, =a (L) – The sum, total
super (L) – Above, over
supin (L) – Lying on the back
supplic (L) Beg
suppra (L) Form pus
supra (L) – Above, over, beyond
sur (F) – Above; (L): calf of leg
surcul, -us (L) – A twig, sprout
surd, -it (L) – Deaf; deafness
surg (L) – Rise, raise
=surnia (NL) – The hawk owl
sursum (L) – Above, upward
=sus (L) – A pig
suscept (L) – Undertake
susurr (L) – Buzzing, whispering
sutil (L) – Sewed together
sutur, -a (L) – A seam

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syp -g, -i, -m, -n, -s
(G) – With, together
syba, -co, -x (G) – Hog-like
sybari (G My) – Lascivious; voluptuary
sybot (G N) – A swineherd
syc, -a, -i, -o, =um (G) – A fig
sycamin, -o, =us (G) – The mulberry
sychn, -o (G) – Many
syg, syl (G) – With, together
syllab (G) – That which holds or is held together; a syllable
sylleg, -o (G) – Gather
sylleps, -is (G) – A putting together
sylli (NL) – A necklace
syllog, -i, -o (G) – A gathering together, reckoning
sylv, =a, -at, -estr, -i (L) – Woods, forest
sym, (G) – With, together
symbio (G) – Living together
symmetr (G) – Suitable; symmetry
symp, -Y (G) – Squeeze together
sympher, -o (G) – Useful
symphy, -o, -so (G) – Growing together
symploc, -o (G) – Connected, interwoven
symptom, -a, -ato, -o (G) – A symptom
symptosi, = s – (G) – A meeting
syn (G) – With, together
synap, -s, usis, -t (G) – A falling together, a union
syncop (G) – Cut short, cut up
syndesm, -o, =us (G) – A bond, ligament
synech, -i, -o (G) – Hold together
synerg (G) – Cooperate, work together
synesi, as (G) – A Joining; understanding
synoch, -o (G) – Meeting, joining
synost, -eo (G) – A bone articulation
synul, -o (G) – Healing, scar-forming
syphar, -o (G) – Wrinkled skin
syphil (G) – Swine-loving
syphil, -i, -o (L) – Syphilis
syrig, -m (G) – Piping, whistling
syrin, -g, -go, =x (G) – A pipe
syrin, =a, -ato, -o (G) – Sweepings, refuse; something dragged along
syrph, -a, -ac, =ax, -et (G) – Anything swept together, refuse; vulgar
syrph, -o, -us (G) – A gnat
syrti, -do, as (G) – A sand bank
sys (G) – With, together
sysci, -o (G) – Shaded
systatic (G) – Introductory
systema, -t, -to (G) – A system
systol, -o (G) – A contraction
systom., -o (G) – With a narrow mouth
systroph (G) – Twist together, roll up
syzyg, -o (G) – Yoked, paired

tab, -e, -id (L) – Wasting away
tab, -i, -ul, zula (L) – Aboard, table
tabac, mum (NL) – Tobacco
taban, =us (L) – A horsefly
tabern (L) – A shed, tent
tabe, as, -t (L) – Wasting away
tabid (L) – Wasting away
tabul, =a (L) – A board, table
tach, -eo (G) – Quickly
tach, -in, -y (G) – Swift, fast
tach, -o (G) – Speed
tacit (L) – Without words, silent
tact, -i (L) – Touch
tadorn -a (NL) – A kind of duck
taedios (L) – Disgusting
taeni, -a, -o (G) – A band, ribbon
=tagma, -to (G) – A division, a body of soldiers
tal., -ari, -i, -o, -us (L) – The ankle, heel
tala, -n (G) – Wretched
talaepor, -i (G) – Toil; miserable
talant, -o, mum (G) – A balance, scales
talar, -o, -us (G) – A basket
talari, tali (L) – The ankle, heel
talitr (L) – Strike with the finger
talo (L) – The ankle, heel
talp, -a (L) – A mole
=talus (L) – The ankle, heel.
tamia, as (G) – A distributor
tana, -o (G) – Stretched
tanacet, =um (OF) – The tansy
tanagr (Br) – A tanager
tang, -i (L) – Touch
tann, mum (ML) – Tanning
tany, -o (G) . Stretch, stretched
tao, -n, as (G) – A peacock
tape, as, -to (G) – A carpet
tapein, -o (G) – Low
taph, -o, -r (G) – A burial; astonishment
taphr, -o, -us (G) – A trench
tapin, -o (G) . Low
tapir, -o (Sp) – A tapir
tarac, -h, -t (G) – Disorder; disturb
=taragrna, -to (G) – Trouble, uneasiness
tarand, -us (G) – The reindeer
tarant (It) – A town in Italy
taraxi, =s (G): Confusion, trouble; (Ar): a kind of succory
tarb, -o (G) – Terror
tarbale (G) – Fearful
tard, -i (L) – Slow
tarph, -i, -o (G) – A thicket
tarphy (G) – Thick, close
tars, -o, =us (G) – A flat surface; the ankle, tarsus
tas, -eo, -i (G) – Stretching
tass (G) – Arrange
-tatos (G) – (the superlative ending)
taur, =us (L) – A bull
taut, -o (G) – The same
tax, -eo, -i, -is, -o (G) – Arrange; arrangement
tax, -o, =us (G) – Yew
tax, -o, -us (NL) – A badger

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tebenn, =a
(G) – A robe
tec, -o (G) – Melt away
techn, -i, -o (G) – Art, skill
tecn, -o, =um (G) – A child
tect, -i, -o (L) – A roof, covering
tect, -o (G): A carpenter, builder; soluble
tect, -o (G): a roof, cover; covered
tector, -i (L) – Plaster, stucco
tedi (L) – Weary
teg, -o, -us (G) – A roof
tegm, =en, -in (L) – A cover
tegul, -a (L) – A roof tile
teich, -o, -us (G) – A wall
tein, -o (G) – Extend, stretch
tekn, -o, -um (G) – A child
tel, =a, -i (L) – A web
tel, -e (G) – Far
tel, -eo, -o (G) – An end; complete
teleut (G) – Completion, fulfillment
teli (L) – A web
tellin, -a (G) – A kind of shellfish
tellu, -r, -ri, -s (L) – The earth
=telma, -to (G) – A pond, pool
telo (G) – An end; complete
=telson (G) – A boundary
temen, -us (G) – A piece of land
temer (L) – Rash, reckless
temn, -o (G) – Cut
temper (L) – Moderate
templ, -um (L) – An open space; a temple
tempor, -a, -o (L) – Time; the temples
ten, -a (L) – Hold
ten, -s, -t (L) – Stretched
tena, -ci, -x (L) – Holding fast, tough
tenag, -o, -us (G) – A pool, shoal
tenan (L) – Holding
tend, -in, -o (L) – Stretch; a tendon; (G): gnaw
=tenebrio, -n (L) – A lover of darkness
tenebros (L) – Dark, gloomy
tenen (L) – Holding
tener, (L) – Tender, soft
tenesm, =us (G) – A straining
teni, -a, -o (G) – A band, ribbon
tenon, -t, -to (G) – A tendon
tens, tent (L) – Stretched
tenta (L) – Handle, touch, feel
tentacul, -i, =um (LL) – A feeler
tenthred, -in, =o (G) – A kind of wasp
tentig, -in, =o (L) – A stretching
tentori, =um (L) – A tent
tenu, -i (L) – Thin, slender
tep, -id, -or (L) – Warm
tephr, -o (G) – Ashes; ash-colored, gray
ter (L) – Three; three times
tera, s, -to (G) – A wonder; a monster
teram, -no, -o (G) – Soft
teramn, -o, -us (G) – A closed room
terasti (G) – Monstrous; portentious
tere, -no (G) – Smooth, delicate
tere, -o (G) – Bore, perforate; watch, guard
tere, -s., -t (L) – Round, smooth
terebr, -a (L) – Bore; a boring tool
terebinth, -us (G) – The turpentine tree
tered, -o (G) – A wood worm
tereno (G) – Smooth, delicate
tereo (G) – Bore, perforate; watch, guard
=teres, teret (L) – Round, smooth
teretr, -o (G) – A gimlet
terg, -i, =um (L) – The back
teri (G) – Pierce
-terium (G) – A place for
=terma, -t (G) . An end, limit
term, =es, -it (L) – A wood worm
term, -in (L) – An end; a name
termin, -a, -us (L) – An end, limit
termin, -o, -us (ML) – A term, name
termit (L) – A wood worm
tern, -ari (L) – Three; in threes
terph, -o, -us (G) – A shell, covering
terpn, -o (G) – Delightful
terps, -i (G) – Delight, gladness
terr, -a, -i (L) – The earth, land
terr, -i (L) – Terror
terrestr (L) – On land
ters (L) – Clean, neat
terti (L) – The third
tessar (G) – Four; square
tesselat (L) – Checkered
test, =a (L) – A tile, shell
testac, -e (L) – With a shell; of brick
testi, -s (L) – A witness; a testicle
testicul (L) – Of the testes
testud, -in, no (L) – A turtle
tetan, -o, -us (G) – Rigid, tense; tetanus
tetart, -o (G) – The fourth
teth, -o, =us (G) – An oyster
tethe (G) – A grandmother
tetr, -a (G) – Four
tetra, -c, -x (G) – A pheasant
tetric (L) – Harsh, stern
tetrig; -tetrix (G) – A grouse
tetti, -g, -x (G) – A grasshopper, cicada
teuch, -o, -us (G) – An implement; a vessel
teuthi, -s (G) – A squid
teutl, -o, mum (G) – A beet
texi (G) – Birth
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thair, -o, =us
(G) – A door hinge
thal, -o, -us (G) – A twig; a young person
thalam, -i, -o, -us (G) – A chamber, inner room
thalass, -a, -i, -o (G) – The sea
thaler, -o (G) Fresh, blooming
=thalia (G My) Bloom; joy
thall, -o, -us (G) – A young shoot, twig
thalo, (G) – A twig; a young person
thalp, -o (G) – Heat
thalycr, -o (G) – Hot, glowing
thamb, -o, -us (G) – Astonishment
thamn, -o, -us (G) – A shrub
thana, -8, -to, -tus (G) – Death
=thapsia (G) – A poisonous plant
thapsin, -o (G) – Yellow
thapt, -o, (G) – Bury
=thauma, -si, -st, -to (G) – A wonder; wonderful
the, ma, (G): A view, spectacle; (L) tea
the, -i, (G): A god; (L): tea
the, -o (G) – Run; a god
theat, -r (G) – An audience; a theatre
thec, ma, -o (G) – A case, box, chest, cup
thect, -o (G) – Sharpened
theg, -o (G) – Sharpen
thei (G): Run; a god; (L): tea
thei, -o (G) – Sulphur
thel, -a, -i (G) – A nipple
thel, -y (G) – Female; tender
thelasm, -o (G) – Suck, suckle
thelic, -o (G) – Feminine
thelx, -i (G) – Bewitching
thely (G) – Female; tender
-them (NL) . Put
thema, -t (G) – A thing laid down; a theme
themeli, -a (G) – A foundation
=themis (G) – Law, Justice
=thenar, -o (G) – The palm of the hand
theo (G) – Run; a god
=theorema, -to (G) – A spectacle; a theory
ther, -i, -io, alum (G) – A wild beast
ther, -o (G) – Summer; hunt for
thera, -to (G) – Hunting, pursuit
therap, -eu, -o, my (G) – Serve; treatment
theri, -a, -d, -o (G) – A wild beast
therm, -o (G) – Heat; a lupine
thero (G) – A wild beast; summer; hunt for
thesaur, -i, -o (G) – A treasure
=thesis (G) – An arranging
thesm, -o, -us (G) – A law, rule
thet (G) – Place, arrange; a servant
theurg (G) – Supernatural
thias, -o, -us (G) – A band, company
thigm, ma, -ato, -o (G) – A touch
thin, -o (G) The shore; a sand heap
thio, -n (G) Sulphur
thlas, -t (G) – Crush, flatten
thlasp, mi (L) – A kind of cress
thlib, -o (G) – Press, squeeze
thlips, -I (G) – Press, squeeze; pressure
tho, -o (G) – Quick; a jackal
thol, -o, -us (G) – A dome; mud
tholer, -o (G) – Muddy
thomi, -ng, onx, -s (G) p A whip, string
thoo (G) – Quick; a jackal
thor, -o (G) – Rushing-, the semen
athora (LL) – A bed
thora, -co, -x (G) – A breastplate; the thorax
thorect, -o (G) – Armed with a breast plate
thorict, -o (G) – Armed with a breast plate
thoro (G) – Rushing; the semen
=thorus (LL) – A bed
thoryb, -o, -us (G) – A noice, uproar
thran, -I, -o (G) – A bench; a swordfish
thras, -Y (G) – Bold
thrass, -o (G) – Disturb
thraupi, -s (G) – A small bird
thraust, -o (G) – Brittle
=thremma, -to (G) – A nursling
thren, -o (G) – Wail, lament
threps, -I, -o (G) – Nourishment
thrept (G) – Feeding; nourished
thrida, -c, -x (G) – Lettuce
thrina, -c, -x (G) – A three-pronged fork
thrinc, -o, -us (G) – A cornice, eaves
thrip, -i, -o, – s (G) – A kind of insect
=thrix (G) – Hair
thromb, -o, -us (G) – A clot, blood clot
throsc, -o (G) – Spring, leap
thry, -o, -on (G) – A rush, reed
thryp, – si, -t (G) – Break in pieces; crushing
=thuja (ML) – Arbor vitae
=thula (Ch) – The snowy egret
thunn, -us (L) – The tunny fish
thur, -a (G) – A door
thur, -i (L) – Incense
thurid (G) – Rushing, impetuous
thuy, -a (G) – Arbor vitae
thyell, -a, -o (G) – A hurricane
thylac, -o (G) – A sack, pouch
thym, -o, -us (G) – The mind, spirit, courage; rage; thyme; the thymus gland
thymall, =us (G) – A kind of fish
thymel (G) – An altar, a place of sacrifice; scenic
thymiama (G) – Incense; burn
thymo; =thymus (G) – The mind, spirit; rage; thyme; the thymus gland
thynn, =us (G) – The tuna fish
thyo (G) – A sacrifice; incense
thyr, =a, -i, -o (G) – A door
thyr, -eo (G) – A shield
thyri, -do, -s (G) – A window
thyrs, -o (G) – A wand or staff
thysan, -o, =us (G) – A fringe

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tiar, =a, -o
(G) A headdress
tibi, -a, -o (L) The shin bone
tibic, men, -in (L) – A flute player
-tic (G) – Relation; (L): belonging to
tich, -o (G) – A wall
tigill, =um (L) – A piece of wood
tign, mum (L) – A beam, timber
tigri, -n (L) – A tiger; striped like a tiger
=tilia (L) – The linden tree
till, -o (G) – Tear, pull out
tilt, -o (G) – Plucked
tim, -id, -or (L) – Fear
tim., =a, -o (G) – Honor, esteem
timi, -o (G) – Valued, precious
timor (G): Avenge; (L): fear
tin, -o (G) – Stretch, extend; punish
=tinagma, -to (G) – An agitation
tinct (L) – Dyed, tinged
tine, =a., -I (L) – A moth
tinn, -it, -ul (L) – Ringing, tinkling
tino (G) – Stretch, extend; punish
tintinn (L) – Ring, Jingle
tintinnabul, =um (L) – A bell
tinto (It) – Tint
tiph, -a, -i (G) – A kind of Insect
tipul, =a (L) – A water spider
tir, -a, -e (L) – Draw
titan, -o (G My) -Gigantic; chalk
tithen (G) – A nurse; nursing
tithymal, -us (G) – A spurge
titill, -a (L) – Tickle
titth, -o, -us (G) – A nipple
titub, -a (L) – Stagger
titul, nus (L) – A title
tityr, -us (G) – A pheasant
tla, -s (G) – Suffering

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=tmema, -to
(G) – A section, portion
tmesi, -s (G) – Separation, division
toc, -o, -us (G) – Birth
tod, -I, -us (L) – A small bird, a tody
=toga (L) – A cloak
toich, -o (G) – A wall
tok, -o, -us (G) – Birth
toler, -a (L) – Bear
tolm, -a, -ero (G) – Daring, bold
tolyp, -a (G) – Wind up; something
tom, =e, -I, -o, =y (G) – Cut
toment, -os, =um (L) – Dense hair, stuffing
ton, -o (G) – A tone; tension; something stretched
tons, -or, -ur (L) – Shear, cut, shave
tonsill, =a (L) – A tonsil
top, -o, =us, =y (G) – A place
toph, =us (L) – A porous stone
tor, -o, =us (L) – Muscle; a swelling; (G) – a borer
torcul, =a (L) – A wine press
=torda (Sw) – The razor-billed auk
=toreuma, -to (G) – Embossed or carved work
toreus, -i (G) – Bored through; a borer
torfa (LL) – Turf
tonn, -o, -us (G) – A hole, socket
torment (L) – A twisted rope; a missile; torture
torn, -eu, -o (G) – Work with a lathe; turn around
toro (L): Muscle; a swelling; (G): a borer
torp, -e, -ed, -es, -id, -or (L) – Numb; numbness; benumb
torqu, -e, -i (L) – Twist
torquat (L) – Collared
torqui, us (L) – A necklace, collar
torr, – e, -i (L) – Parch, roast
torren (L) – Inflamed, hot; a torrent
torrid (L) – Dried up, parched
tors, -i, -o (L) – Twist
tort, -t (L) – Twisted
tortri, -c, =x (L) – A tormentor; twisted
tortu. (L) – Winding, twisting
torul, -i, -us (L) – A hair tuft
=torus (L) – Muscle; a swelling
torv, -i (L) – Savage, fierce-eyed
toryn, -a, 4, -o (G) – A spoon
tosa (G) – Very
tot, -a, -i (L) – All
totan, aus (LL) – A moor hen
toi, -o, -um (G) – A bow
toidc, -um (L) – A poison, arrow poison
=toxeuma, -to (G) – An arrow

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trab, -i, us
(L) – A beam, timber
trabe, na (L) – A robe of state
trabeculat (NL) – Marked with cross bars
trach, -i, -y (G) – Rough
trache, na, -i, -o (L) – The windpipe
trachel, -o (G) – The neck, throat
trachyte (G) – Roughness tract (L) – Drawn
trag, -ed, -i (G) – Tragedy
trag, -i, -o1 =us (G) – A goat
=tragopan (L My) A fabulous bird
tram, -a, -o (L) – Cross-woven fabric, woof
tram, =es, -it (L) – A cross way, path
tran, -es, -i (G) – Clear, distinct
tran ‘ -s (L) – Across, through
transvers, -o (L) – Transverse
trapel, -o (G) – Easily turned
trapez, na, -i, -o (G) – A table
traphe, -c, -x (G) – A spear
trapher, -o (G) – Well fed
=trauma, -to (G) – A wound, shock
travi (L) – Penetrate
trech, -o (G) – Run, hasten
trechn, -o, mus (G) – A branch
=trema, -to (G) – A hole
trem, -e., -o, -or, -ul (L) – Shake, tremble
trep, -o (G) – Turn
trepan, -i, -o (G) – Bore, bore through
treph, -i, -o (G) – Feed; thicken
trepid (L) – Restless, confused
trepo (G) – Turn
trept, -o (G) – Turned about, changed
trero, -no (G) – Shy
tresi, us (G) – A puncture, hole
tret, -o (G) – Perforated
tri (L) – Three
tria, -do, us (G) – Three
triaconta. (G) – Thirty
triaen, -a (G) – A trident
trib, -o (G) – Rub; a highway
tribel, -o (G) – Three-pointed
tribol, -o (G) – Three-pronged
tribul, -us (L) – Three-pointed; a kind of thorn
trica (L) – A trifle
tricesim. (L) – The thirtieth
trich, -o (G) – Hair
tricha, -do, -s (G) – A thrush
trichin, -o (G) – Hairy; of hair
trichod, -o (G) – Hairy
trico (G) – Hair
trien, -t (L) – One-third
trigesim (L) – The thirtieth
triginta (L) – Thirty
trig, =a (G) – A mullet
trigon, -o (G) – A triangle; triangular
trime, -no (G) – Three months
trime, -str (L) – Three months
-trimma, -to (G) – That which is rubbed
tring, =a (G) – A sandpiper
=trio, -no (L) – A plow ox
trion, -um. (NL) – A malvaceous plant
tripan (G) – Bore through
tripl, -i, -o (L) – Three-fold, triple
trips, -i (G) – Friction
tript, -o (G) – Rubbed, polished
triquetr (L) – Triangular
trism, -o, -us (G) – A squeak
triss, -o (G) – Triple
trist, -i (L) – Sad
trit (L): Rubbed; practiced; (G): the third
tritic, -um (L) – Wheat
trito (G) – The third
triton (G) – A sea god
tritur, -a (L) – Rub together, pulverize, grind
trivi (L) – Three ways; a crossroads
-trix (L) – An agent, or doer of an action
trix (G) – Hair; three-fold
troch, -o, -us (G) – A wheel
=trochanter (G) – A runner; the ball on which the hip bone turns
trochil (G) – A pulley;. a very small bird
trochle, na (G) – A pulley
trocho (G) i A wheel
troct, -es, -o (G) – A gnawer; gnawed
trogl: we, -o (G) – A hole, cave
trogo (G) – Nibble, gnaw
trom, -o, -us (G) – A tremor, trembling
troma, -t (G) – Wound
trombid (NL) – A little timid one
trop, -ae, -e, -o (G) – Turn, change
troph, -i, -o (G) – Nourish; food, nourishment
tropi, -d, -do, -o, us (G) A keel; turn
tropic, -a, -o (G) – Tropical
=tropism (G) – A turning
tropo (G) – Turn, change
=trosis (G) – A wounding, an injury
=trox (G) – A weevil; a gnawer
truc, -i (L) – Fierce
truch, -ero, -o (G) – Ragged, worn
truculent (L) – Very fierce
trud (L) – Thrust, push
trud, -i, -is (L) – A pointed pole
trus (L) – Thrust, push
=trux (L) – Fierce
trunc, -a, -at, =us (L) – Cut off, maimed; that which is cut off, the trunk
trutt, =a (LL) – A trout
try (L) – Three, three times
trybli, -o, =um (G) – A cup or bowl
trych, -o (G) – Consume
trychin, -o (G) – Ragged
trychn, -o, mus (G) – Nightshade; worn out
trygo, -n, -no (L) – A dove; a stingray
trym, =a, -o (G) – A hole
tryp, -a, -ano, -o (G) – A hole; bore
tryp, -s, -t (G) – Rub; rubbed
trypet (G) – Bored; a borer
trysi (G) – Wearing out
tryss, -o (G) – Dainty

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=tsuga
(Jap) – Hemlock
tub, -a (L) – A trumpet
tub, -i, mus (L) – A tube, pipe
tuber, -i (L) – A knot, knob, swelling
tubercul, =um (L) – A little knob or swelling
tubul, -i, -us (L) – A little pipe
=tubus (L) – A tube, pipe
tuit (L) – Considered; guarded
tulip, -i. (F) – The tulip
tum., -e, -esc (L) – Swell.
tumid (L) – Swollen
=tumor, -i (L) – A swelling
tumul, mus (L) – A hill
tund (L) – Beat
tunic, =a (L) – A covering, cloak
tupai (Mal) – A tree shrew
tupi, -d, as (G) – A hammer
turb, =a (L) – A crowd, disturbance
turbell, -a (L) – A little crowd
turbid (L) – Disturbed
turbin (L) – A top; spinning, whirling
turbulen, -t (L) – Disturbed, confused
turd, -i, -us (L) – A thrush
turg, -id (L) – Swell; swollen
turni, -c, -ci, -x (NL) – A quail
turp, -i (L) – Vile, base
turr, -i, =is (L) – A tower
tursi, no (L) – A porpoise
=turtur, -i (L) – A dove
tuss, -i (L) – Cough
tussilag, -in, =o (L) – The colt’s foot
tut, -am, -or (L) – Guard, protect

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tw, -i, -y
(AS) – Double
tych, -ae, -e, -ero, -o (G) – Chance, fortune
tycn, -o (G) – Dense
tyl, -a, -ar, -o, -us (G) – A knob, knot, pad
tylot, -o (G) – Knobbed, knotted
tymb, -o, -us (G) – A tomb
=tymma, -to (G) – A blow
tympan, -i -o, =um (G) – A drum
typ, -i, -o (G) – A blow or strike; a type
typh, -a (G) – The cattail
typh, -o, =us (G) – Smoke
typhl, -o (G) – Blind
typi, typo (G) – A blow or strike; a type
typot, -o (G) – Molded
typt, -o (G) – Beat, rap
tyr, -eum, -o (G) – Cheese
tyrann, -o, -us (G) – A tyrant, master
tyrb, -a (G) – Disorder
=tyto, -n (G) – An owl

U – V – W – X – Y – Z

u, -n (L) – Not
uber, -i (L) – A breast; fruitful
ubiqu, -it (L) – Everywhere
ud, -am, -en (G) – No one, none
ud, -o (L) – Wet; 0: a path, way, threshold
ude, -o (G) – The ground
udeter, -o (G) – Neither
-ul, =a, =e, =um, -us (L) – Little
ul, -a, -e, -i (G) – A scar
ul, -o (G) – The gums; curly, woolly; destructive
ulc, -er, -us (L) – An ulcer
-ule (L) – Little
ule (G) – Matter; a scar
=ulex (L) – The rosemary
uli, -o (G) – A scar; deadly
ulic (L) – The rosemary
ulig, -in, -o (L) – Moisture
ulm, -us (L) – The elm
mulna (L) – The elbow; the ulna
ulo (G) – The gums; a scar; curly, woolly; whole; destructive
-ulous (L) – Full of
ultim. (L) – Last, furthermost
ultr, -a, -o (L) – Beyond
ultrone (L) – Voluntary
ulul, -a (L) – Howl, hoot; a screech owl
-ulum; -ulus (L) – Little
ulv, -a (L) – A sedge
umbell, -a, -i (L) – An umbrella
umbilic, -us (L) – The navel
=umbo, -n (L) – A projecting knob; a shield
umbr, -a, -i (L) – Shade
umbros (L) – Shady

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un
(L) – Not
un, -a, -i (L) – One
unc, -in, minus, =us (L) – A hook
uncia, (L) – A twelfth; a trifle
uncinat (L) – Hooked, with hooks
-uncl, me (L) . Little
unct (L) – Anoint; luxurious
-uncul, =a, =um, =us (L) – Little
und, -a, -i (L) – A wave
undulat (L) – Waved, wavy
ungu, men, -in (L) – An ointment
ungui, -s (L) – A nail, claw
ungul, -a (L) – A hoof
uni (L) – One
=unio, -n (L) – A pearl
uper (G) Over, above
upo (NL) Under, below
upti, -o (G) – Bent backward, inverted
upup, -a, -i. (L) – A hoppoe
ur (L) – Burn
ur, -a, -o (G) – The tall
urach, -o, -us (G) – The foetal urinary canal
urae, -o (G) – The hindmost
urag, -i (G) – The rear
urani, -o (G) – The heavens; the palate
uranisc, -o, -us (G) – The roof of the mouth, palate
urano, (G) – Heaven
urb, -an, -i, us (L) – A city
urce, -ol, -us (L) – A pitcher
ure (G) – The tail; urine
ured, -in, -o (L) – A blight
ureo (G) – Urine; urea
=ureter, -D (G) – The ureter
urethr, -a, -o (G) – The urethra
urg, my (G) – Work; press
uri (G) – The tail; urine
=uria (L) – A diving bird; 0: urine
urin, =a, -o (L) – Urine; dive
urinator (L) – A diver
uro (G) – The tail; urine
urs, -a (L) – A bear
urtic, =a (L) – A nettle
urubu (Br) – The black vulture
usne (Ar) – Moss
ust, -ici, -ul, -ulat (L) – Scorched, browned
ustilag, -in, so (LL) – A smut: a thistle
uter, -i, -o, =us (L) – The womb, uterus
util (L) – Useful
utri, -c, -cul (L) – A leather bag
uv, =a, -i (L) – A grape, berry
uvid (L) – Damp
uvul, =a, -o (L) – The palate; uvula
=uxor, -i (L) – A wife

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vac, -a, -u
(L) – Empty
vacc, =a, -i (L) – A cow
vaccin, -i, -o (L) – Of a cow; vaccine
vacill, -a (L) – Waver
vacu (L) – Empty
vad, -o, =um (L) – A ford, shallow place
vadi (L) – Bail, a legal -pledge
vag, -a, -an, =us (L) – Wandering
vagin, =a, -o (L) – A sheath
vagit (L) – Crying, squalling
valen, -t (L) – Strength; be worth
valerian, =a (L) – Valerian
valetud, -in, =o (L) – Health
valg (L) – Bow-legged
valid (L) – Strong
vall (L) – A valley; a wall, rampart
vallicul, =a (L) – A furrow
valv, =a (L) – A folding door; a valve
vampyr (Rs) – A vampire
van , i (L) – Empty
vanescen (L) – Vanishing
vann, -us (L) – A fan
vapid (L) – Insipid, tasteless, spoiled
vapor, -i (L) – Steam, vapor
var (L) – Bent
varan, -i (Ar) – A monitor lizard
vari, -a, -o (L) – Change; variegated, mottled
vari, -c, -x (L) – A swollen vein
variegat (L) – Marked variously
=vas, -a, -o (L) – A vessel, duct
vascul, -a, =um (L) – A little vessel
vast (L) – Laid waste; empty; desolate; huge
vati (L) – A prophet; bow-legged
vaticin (L) – Prophetic

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vect
(L) – Carried
veget (L) – Lively, spirited
vehemen (L) – Vigorous, forceful
vehicul, =um (L) – A conveyance
vel, -a, -i, =um (L) – A veil; a sail
vel, =es, -it (L) – A skirmisher
vell, -eri, -os, =us (L) – Wool, fleece
vellic, -a (L) – Twitch
velo, -ci, =x (L) – Swift
=velum (L) – A veil; a sail
=velumen (L) – Fleece
velutin (NL) – Velvety
ven, =a, -o (L) – A vein
venat (L) – Hunt; hunting
venen, -i. -of =UM (L) – Poison
vener, -a (L) – Revere., respect
vener,, -a, -ea, -i (L My) – Pertaining to Venus; coitus, sexual intercourse
veni,=a (L) – Pardon, favor
veno (L) – A vein
venom (L) – Poison
vent, -i, -o’ =us (L) – The wind
vent, =er, -r, -ro (L) – The underside, belly
vent, -i’ -o’ =us (L) – The wind
ventricul, -o (L) – The belly; a ventricle
=ventus (L) – The wind
=venus (L My) – Goddess of love and beauty
venust (L) – Charming
ver, -a, -ac, -i (L) – True; truth
veratr, =um (L) – The hellebore
verb, -i, -o., =um (L) – A word
verbasc, =um (L) – Mullein
verben, =a (L) – A sacred herb, sacred bough
verd, -an, -i, -ur (OF) . Green
veret, -ill, -r (L) – The private parts, penis
veri (L) – True
verm, -i, =is (L) – A worm
vern, -a (L) – The spring; be gay
vernacul (L) – Native, local
verricul, =um (L) – A net, seine
verruc, =a (L) – A wart
vers, -a (L) – Turn, change
versi (L) – Various; turning; verse
versut (L) – Shrewd, clever
vert, -a, -e (L) – Turn
vertebr, =a, -o (L) – A joint; a vertebra
vert, =ex, -ic (L) – The apex; a whirlpool
verticill, -a, =us (L) – A whorl
vertig, -in, =o (L) – A whirling; dizziness
vesan (L) – Insane
veslic, =a, -o (L) – A bladder
vesicul, =a, -o (L) – A little bladder, a blister
vesp, =a, -i (L) – A wasp
vesper, -i, -tin (L) – Evening
=vespertilio, -n (L) – A bat
vest, -i, =is (L) – Clothing, a coat
vestibul, =um (L) – A porch, vestibule
vestig, -i, =ium (L) – A footstep, trace
vetera, -n (L) – Old, of long standing
veterin (L) – Of a beast of burden
vetul, =a, -o, =us (L) – An old person
vexan (L) – Annoying
vexill, =um (L) – A standard, banner

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-via
(L) – A way, road
vib, =ex, -ic (L) – A whip mark
vibr, -a, -i, -o (L) – Shake, vibrate
=vibrissa (L) – A hair of the nostrils
viburn, =um (L) – The wayfaring tree
vicari (L) – Substitution, change; a substitute
vicen (L) – Twenty
=vicia (L) – A vetch
vicin, -i (L) . Neighboring, near
vict (L) – Conquer
victu (L) – Food, nourishment
vidu, -i (L) – Widowed
viet (L) – Shrunken, withered
vigesim (L) – The twentieth
vigil, -i (L) – Awake, on the watch
vigint, -i (L) – Twenty
=vigor, -i (L) – Activity, force
vili (L) – Vile, base
vill, -i, =us (L) – Shaggy hair
villos (L) – Hairy
vim, =en, -in (L) – A twig, flexible shoot
vin, -a, -e, -o, -um (L) – Wine
vinace (L) – Of wine; wine-colored
vinc (L) – Bind, conquer
=vinca (NL) – The periwinkle
vincul, =um (L) – A confining band
vind, =ex, -ic (L) – A claimant; a defender
vine, vino (L) – Wine
vinnul (L) – Delightful
vinos (L) – Full of wine
=vinum (L) – Wine
viol, -a, -en (L) – Injure, profane
=viola, -ce (L) – Violet; violet-colored
viper, =a, -i (L) – A viper, snake
=vipio, -n (L) – A small crane
=vir (L) – A man
vire, -ns (L) – Green
=vireo, -n (L) – A kind of bird
virescens (L) – Becoming green, greenish
virg, =a (L) – A rod; a twig
virg, -in, =o (L) – A virgin
virid, -esc (L) – Green
viril (L) – Manly
viro (L) A poison; a stench
viros (L) – Slimy, fetid
virtu (L) – Virtue
virul (L) – Poisonous
=virus (L) – A poison; a stench
=vis (L) – Force
vis, -a, -i, -u (L) – Look, see
viscer, -a, -o (L) – The organs of the body cavity
viscos (L) – Sticky
=viscum (L) – Birdlime; mistletoe
=viscus (L) – An organ in the body cavity
visi (L) – Look, see
vit, =a, -al (L) – Life
vit, -i, =is (L) – A vine; a winding
vitell, -i, -o, =us (L) – The yolk of an egg
viti, =um (L) – A fault, crime
vitr, -e, -i, -o (L) – Glass, glassy
=vitta, -t (L) – A stripe, band; striped
vitul, =a, -i (L) – A calf
vitupera (L) – Find fault with
viv, -a, -i (L) – Alive, living
viva, -c, =X (L) – Lively, animated
viverr, =a (L) – A ferret

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voc, -a, -i
(L) – A voice
vocifer (L) – Loud, noisy
vola (L) – The palm, sole; fly; the will
volan (L) – Flying
voli, -t (L) – Wish
volit, -a (L) – Fly, fly about
volubil (L) – Turning, rolling, fluent
volucr (L) – Flying, winged, swift
volum, =en, -in (L) – Something rolled up; a volume
volunt (L) – . The will; a choice
volupt (L) – Pleasure
volut, -a (L) – Roll, turn
volv (L) – Roll, turn
=vomer, -i (L) – A plowshare
vomi (L) – Discharge, vomit
vor, -a (L) – Eat, devour
vora, -c, =x (L) – Greedy
vort, =ex, -ic (L) – Rotating, whirling; a whirlpool
=vox (L) – A voice
vulcan (L My) – Fire
vulga, -r, -ri, -t (L) – Common., commonplace
vulner (L) – Wound
vulp, =es, -i (L) – A fox; cunning
vuls (L) – Shorn, smooth
vultur (L) – A vulture
vulv, =a, -o (L) – A covering, wrapper; the vulva

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xani, -o, =um
(G) – A comb for wool
xanth, -o (G) – Yellow
=xema (NL) – A fish-tailed gull
xen, -i, -o, =us (G) – A stranger, guest
=xenia (G) – Hospitality
xenic, -o (G) – Foreign, strange
xenis, =m (G) – Entertainment
xeno; =xenus (G) – A stranger, guest
xer, -o (G) – Dry
xes, -i, -m (G) – Publish, scrape; scrapings
xest, -o (G) – Published
xiph, -i, -o, =us (G) – A sword
xoan, -o (G) – A carved image
xuth, -o (G) – Yellowish, tawny
xyel, =a, -o (G) – A wood-cutting tool
xyl, -o, =um (G) – Wood
xyloch, -o, =us (G) – A thicket
xylod (G) – Woody
xyn, -o (G) – Common
xyr, -o, =um (G) – A razor
xyri, -d, =s (G) – An iris
=xysma, -to (G) – Scrapings, shavings
xyst, -er, -o, -r (G) -Scraped; a scraper

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y
(see also hy)
yl (G) Substance, matter
ymen, o (G) – A membrane
yper (G) – Over, above
ypn, -o (G) . Sleep
ypo (G) – Under, below
yponom, (G) – Undermine
ypsil, -i, -o (G) – Y-shaped
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za
(G) – Very, exceedingly
zabr, -o (G) – Gluttonous
zal, =e, -o (G) . Sea spray; a storm
zamen (G) – Forceful, raging
zami, =a, -o (NL) – A kind of cycad; a decayed fir cone
zancl, -o, =um (G) – A sickle
ze, =a (G) – A grain
ze, -e, =us (G) – A kind of fish
zelo (G) – Emulate, envy, rival
zem, =a (G) – A drink
zemi, =a (G) – Loss, damage
zeo (G) – Boil, seethe
zephyr, -o, =us (G My) – The west wind
zeren, -o (G) – Dried
zest, -o (G) – Boiling, boiled
zete (G) – Search for
zeuct, -o (G) – joined
zeug, -o (G) – Things paired, a yoke
zeugl, -o (G) – The strap of a yoke
=zeugma, -to (G) – A band, bond
=zeus (G) – A kind of fish; a sea god
zeuxi, =s (G) – A joining
zinc, -o (L) – Zinc
zingiberi, =s (G) – Ginger
ziph, -i, -o, =us (G) – A sword
zirco, -n (Ps) – Cold-colored
zizani, =um (G) – A weed
zizyph, =um (G) – The jujube tree
zo, -a, -i, -o. =on (G) – An animal
zoarc (G) – Maintaining life
zodi (G) – A little animal
zodiac (G) – Out of animals
zoi (G) – An animal
zom, -o, =us (G) – Soup, broth; a corpulent person
zon, =a, -i (G) – A belt, zone, girdle
zoo, =n (G) – An animal
zoph, -er, -ero, -o (G) – Dusky, gloomy; darkness
zoro (G) – Alive, living, pure, strong
zorr, =o (SP) – A fox
zos, -m, -mer, -ter (G) – A girdle
zyg, -o, =us (G) – A yoke
zygaen, =a (G) – The hammerhead shark
zyi, -o (G) – Wood
zym, =a, -o (G) – Ferment, leaven, yeast
zyth, =us (G) A kind of beer
zyxi, =s (NL) A joining