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Macro-. Large, great Long (in extent or duration) Enlarged or elongated. -mania, -manic. Mental disorder. Mega-. Large, big, great, powerful. meter-, metr -. Measure. Micro-, micr -. Small, tiny A decimal prefix used in the international metric system for measurement .

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macro
Macro-

Large, great

Long (in extent or duration)

Enlarged or elongated

mania manic
-mania, -manic

Mental disorder

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Mega-

Large, big, great, powerful

micro micr
Micro-, micr-

Small, tiny

A decimal prefix used in the international metric system for measurement

miso mis
miso-, mis-

Hater, hated, hatred

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Mne-

Memory

To remember

mono mon
Mono-, mon-

One, alone, single

morph
Morph-

Shape, form, figure, appearance

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nau-

Ship, sailor

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neo-

Recent, current, young

odon odont
odon/odont

tooth, teeth

oid ode
-oid/-ode

like, resembling, similar to, form

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olig-

few, small, abnormally few or small

ortho o rth
ortho-/orth-

right, straight, correct, true; designed to correct

pachy pacho pach
pachy-, pacho-, pach-

thick, dense, large, massive

pedo ped
pedo-, ped-

Child

Note: The British tend to use “paed-” while those in the United States tend to use “ped-.” Remember that the Greek ped- means “child” while the Latin ped- means “foot.” Don't confuse this Greek element with another Greek pedo- that means “ground, soil, earth.”

patho path pathy
patho-, -path-, -pathy

feeling, sensation, perception, suffering,

Note: in medicine, it usually means “one who suffers from a disease of, or one who treats a disease”

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peri-

around, about, near, enclosing

petro peter
petro-, peter-

stone, rock

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phag-

eat, consume, swallow

philo phil
philo-, phil-

love, friendly to, fondness for, attraction to, strong tendency toward

Note: under some circumstances, -philia means “unwholesome-sexual attraction” to something or someone, as in pedophilia.

phobia phobe phobic
-phobia, -phobe, -phobic

Extreme fear, irrational fear or terror

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pod-

Foot or feet

polis polit poli
polis-, polit-, poli-

City, method of government

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poly-

Many, much; too many, too much, excessive

poly pole polism polist
-poly, -pole, -polism, -polist

Sale, selling; one who sells; pertaining to selling

pro por
Pro-, por-

Before

Forward

For, in favor of

In front of

In place of, on behalf of

pseudo
Pseudo-

False

Deceptive

Counterfeit

psycho psych
Psycho-, psych-

Dealing with the mind or mental processes

*Etymologically, this element includes such meanings as breath, life, soul, spirit, mind, and consciousness

pyro pyr
pyro-, pyr-

Fire, Burn, Fever, Heat

EXAMPLES:

pyre, pyrology, pyromania, pyrotechnology

sarco sarc sarc sarcoma
sarco-, sarc-, -sarc, -sarcoma

Flesh, Meat

EXAMPLES:

sarcasm, sarcoid, sarcophagus

sauro saur
sauro-, saur-

Lizard

EXAMPLES:

dinosaur

scop scept skept
scop-, scept-, skept-

see, view, sight, look at, examine

seism seism
seism-, -seism,

shake, earthquake, move violently

soma soma
soma-, -soma

body; mass

soph soph
soph-, -soph

Greek: wise, wisdom; knowledge

stereo stere
stereo-, stere-

Greek: solid, firm, hard; three-dimensional

syn sy sym syl sys
syn-(sy-, sym-, syl-, sys-)

Greek: together, with, along with

By extension, syn- may also mean: together, with; united; same, similar; at the same time.

tacho tach tachy
tacho-, tach-, tachy-

Greek: fast, speed, swift, rapid

techn tect
techn-, tect-,

Greek: art, skill, craft

tele tel telo telic telical
tele-, tel-, telo-, -telic, -telical

Greek: far away, far off, at a distance

Don’t confuse this tele- with the teleo- that means “end, last”.