Words of this nature are borrowed from either Greek or Latin or have been newly coined based upon Greek and Latin word-formation processes. ascend - to climb upward; crescendo - a climbing up of the volume of music; descend - to go or climb down. Hello Mohammed. lexicology - the study and history of words; alexia -loss of the ability to read; illegal - not authorized by the official rules or laws. misnomer - an error in naming a person or thing; nominal - being something in name only but not in reality; nominate - to name for election or appointment, to designate. immobilize - to stop from moving; mobile - able to move freely; mobility - the quality of being able to move. Common prefixes include re-, un-, and mis-. necrophil - loving death; necrosis - the death of tissue due to disease or injury; necrology - a list of persons who have recently died. hepatitis - inflammation of the liver; hepatoma - a tumor of the liver; hepatotoxic - toxic and damaging to the liver. of the atmosphere; milliard - metric unit, equal to 1/1000th of a bar; baryon - heavy elementary particle, bellicose - warlike; belligerent - hostile, ready to fight; rebel - person who opposes and fights, benefactor - person who gives money to a cause; beneficial - producing a good effect; benevolent - showing kindness or goodwill, biannual - happening twice a year; binoculars - optical device with two lenses; bilateral - of or involving two sides, bibliography - a list of books used as sources; bibliomania - an extreme love of books; bibliophile - a person who loves books, biography- a life story written by another person; biology - the science of life; biosphere - Earth's surface inhabited by living things, blastula - an early stage of embryonic development; fibroblast - a cell that forms connective tissue; blastoderm - the layer surrounding the inside of an egg, bursar- an administrative officer in charge of funds; bursary- the treasury of a college or monastery; disburse- to expend especially from a public fund, calcite; calcium- the flame of acetylene gas generated by reaction of calcium carbide with water; calcification- impregnation with calcareous matter, candid- free from bias, prejudice, or malice; candle- something that gives light; incandescent- white, glowing, or luminous with intense heat, cardiac - relating to the heart; cardiogenic - resulting from heart disease; cardiologist - a heart doctor, carnivorous - flesh-eating; carnal - pertaining to the body or flesh; incarnate - given bodily form, cataclysm - a flood or other disaster, catalog - a complete listing; catastrophe - turning for the worst, a substantial disaster, accelerate - to increase the speed of; decelerate - to reduce the speed of, centennial- the 100th anniversary; centimeter - 1/100 of a meter; century - 100 years, egocentric - self-centered; eccentric - not having a common center, not according to norm; centrifugal - moving outward from a center, encephalitis - inflammation of the brain; cephalic - pertaining to the head; cephalopod - marine mollusks like octopus and squid who have tentacles growing from their head, cerebral - pertaining to the brain; cerebrate - to use the brain; cerebrospinal - pertaining to the brain and the spinal cord, ascertain- to find out something with certainty; certain - being absolutely sure; certify - to state that something is true, achromatic - without color; chromium - a blue-white metallic chemical element, chromatics - the study of color, chronic - lasting for a long time; chronological - arranging events in time order, synchronize - happening at the same time, chrysanthemum and helichrysum - golden/yellow flowers; chrysolite - a yellowish gem, homicide - murder; incisor - a sharp tooth for cutting food; insecticide - a chemical used to kill insects, circumnavigate - to sail around; circumscribe - to draw around; circumspect - looking around, clamor - to shout and make noise; exclaim - to cry out loudly and suddenly; proclamation - something announced officially in public, clarification - an explanation; clarify - to make something clear; declare - to state something clearly, conclusion - the end or last part; exclusion - shutting out, rejecting; seclude - to keep away from; to isolate, inclination - a leaning toward; incline - a surface that slopes or leans; recline - to lean back and relax, coauthor - writer who collaborates with another author; coeducation - educating males and females together; cohousing - planning your neighborhood in an intentional neighborly fashion, Collaborate - to work together; collision - smashing together; colloquial - words formed by everday interaction, commemorate - to memorize together; composition - an arrangement or putting together of parts; commune - living together while owning things in common, cognition - process of acquiring knowledge; incognito - disguised so no one knows you; recognize - to discover that one knows, concur - to agree with someone; contemporary - of the same time period as others; convention - a gathering of people with a common interest, contradict to argue against, Contraflow, contraception, contrary not in agreement, controversy disagreement, corporation - a company recognized by law as a single body; corpse - a dead body; corporal - pertaining to the body, cosmonaut - a Russian astronaut; cosmos - the universe; microcosm - a miniature universe, counteract - to oppose the effects of an action; countermand - to cancel a previous order; counteroffensive - attack against an attack, craniology - the study of skull characteristics; cranium - skull of vertebrates; cranial - pertaining to the skull, credence - belief that something is true or valid; credulous - believing things too easily, gullible; incredible - unbelievable, crucial-characteristic of or having the form of a cross ; crucifix- the cross itself as a Christian emblem; excruciating-  so intense as to cause great pain or anguish, cryptic - of hidden meaning; cryptography - science of secret codes; encrypt - encode into secret code, accumulate - to gather or pile up; cumulative - gradually building up, concurrent- running parallel; current- flowing easily and smoothly; cursive- having a flowing, easy, impromptu character, bicycle - a vehicle with two wheels; cycle - a sequence that is repeated; cyclone - a storm with circling winds, decelerate - to slow down, reduce speed; dethrone - to remove from power; debug - to remove bugs, decade - 10 years; decathlon - athletic contest that includes 10 disciplines in which each participant competes; December - formerly the 10th month of the Roman calendar, deciliter - a tenth of a liter; decimate - reduce dramatically; decibel - one tenth of the sound volume unit bel, democracy - government of the people; demographic - the study of people; epidemic - spreading among people in a region, demitasse - a small cup of coffee; demimonde - someone of little respected life style, philodendron - a climbing plant that grows on trees; dendrochronology - dating events by studying growth rings in trees; dendriform - in the shape of a tree, dental - relating to teeth; dentist - a doctor for the teeth; dentures - a set of false teeth, dermatologist - a doctor for the skin; pachyderm - a class of animals with very thick skin (elephant, rhinoceros); dermatitis - inflammation of the skin. Once we start combining our knowledge of prefixes with our knowledge of stems, we can really show off. octagon - a figure with 8 sides and 8 angles; octogenarian - person in his or her 80s; octopus - sea animal with 8 arms. For example: Learn about different forms of affixes and what they mean. ; progress - movement forward or onward; gradual - step by step. hygrometer - tool used to measure humidity; hygrograph - instrument for recording variations in atmospheric humidity. pneumonia - inflammation of the lungs; pneumatic - using the force of air; dyspnea - difficulty breathing. ruby - deep red color and a precious stone of the same color; rubella - measles; bilirubin - reddish pigment in bile. geography - study of the earth's surface; geology - study of the structure of the earth; geoponics - soil based agriculture. We search a large scrabble dictionary for scrabble words starting with do - we take the letter or word you enter, and generate all words starting with Do. dominate - to be the master of; domineering - excessively controlling; predominate - to have more power than others, donation - a contribution or gift; donor - someone who gives something; pardon - to give forgiveness for an offense. junct: join: Latin: conjunction - a word that joins parts of sentences; disjunction - a disconnection; junction - a place where two things join. compulsion - a very strong urge; expulsion - to someone out; impulsive - having a spontaneous urge to do something. For example, the word “unhappy” consists of the prefix “un-” [which means “not”] combined with the root (or stem) word “happy”; the word “unhappy” means “not happy.” A short list of prefixes: xerophyte - a plant that grows in dry climate; xerography - a dry photocopying process; xeric - requiring small amounts of moisture. 1. attract - to pull objects nearer; distract - to drag attention away from something; tractor - a motor vehicle that pulls things. popular - appealing to a lot of people; population - all of the people who live in a particular area; populist - a supporter of the rights of people. syntax - the systematic arrangement of words; taxonomy - the science of classification; ataxia - loss of the ability to coordinate muscle action. prototype - the first of a kind; proton - on of the very basic parts of an atom; protocol - a first draft from which a document is prepared. Outgoing - being of lively, sharing nature; outdoing - doing better than; outdoor - outside. 10 Examples of Prefixes, prefixes in english, english prefixes list, definitions and example sentences; Sub- Definition: under Example Sentence: He has never seen a blue submarine in the my life. kinetics - study of the force of motion; psychokinesis or telekinesis - the ability to move objects with your mind; cinematography - motion picture making. dismiss - to send someone away; missile - a weapon sent into the air; emit - to send something out; admittance - entry. prognosis - a prediction of what will happen; prologue - a passage before the main part; prophet - a person who foretells the future. helicopter - an aircraft with horizontal rotating wing; helix - a spiral form; helicon - a circular tuba. Patents pending. triangle - a figure with 3 sides and 3 angles; triathlon - an athletic contest with 3 events; tricycle - a 3-wheeI vehicle with pedals. monotheism - belief in one god; polytheism - worshiping more than one god; theology - the study of religion, god, etc. In English, all prefixes are derivational. linguist - one who studies languages; multilingual - able to communicate in multiple languages; linguine - long, flat "tongue-shaped" pasta. logic - correct reasoning; monologue - a long speech by one speaker;analogy - similarity, especially between things otherwise dissimilar. isobar - a line on a map connecting points of equal barometric pressure; isometric - having equality of measure; isothermal - having equal or constant temperature. It cannot be added to bases of other lexical categories. or click here for instant support. periodontal - pertaining to bone and tissue around a tooth; peripheral - lying outside of the center; perimeter - the outer boundary of an area. Thus, the word do, consisting of a single morpheme, is a verb as is the word redo, which … The prefix im- is a negative prefix, which means it is used to change the meaning of a word into a negative. illegal - not legal; impossible - not possible; inappropriate - not appropriate; irresponsible - not responsible. eloquent - speaking beautifully and forcefully ; loquacious - very talkative; elocution - art of public speaking. enumerate - to name a number of items on a list; numerology - the study of magical uses of numbers; numerous - a large number. Examples of this type include a-, be-, and en-. conserve - to save or keep something safe; preserve - to save something; reservation - a place kept for a person. apatite - a group of common minerals; granite - a hard, granular rock; monolith - a remarkable, unique stone. A prefix is a group of letters placed before the root of a word. geriatrics - medicine pertaining to the elderly; gerontocracy - the rule of the elders; gerontology - the science of aging. Do ship names get italicized? Examples of these follow: English words may consist of multiple prefixes: anti-pseudo-classicism (containing both an anti- prefix and a pseudo- prefix). elucidate - to explain, to throw light on; lucid - easily understood, giving off light; translucent - allowing light through. liberate - to set free; libertine - a person with a free, wild lifestyle; liberty - freedom. Prefix dis- Meaning: Opposite of, not. Students create variations of words by adding prefix and suffix clips. notable - marked as worthy of attention; notarize - to certify a signature on a legal document; annotate - to add remarks. posthumous - after someone's death; postpone - to delay something; postscript - an addition to an already completed document. ethnic - pertaining to a defined group of people; ethnocentric - focusing on the ethnicity of people; ethnology - the science of people and races. dissect - to cut apart piece by piece; intersection - the place or point where two things cross each other; bisect - to cut into two equal parts. announce - to declare in public; denounce - to proclaim harsh criticism; enunciate - to speak or declare something clearly. abduct - carry away by force; abnormal - away from normal, not normal; absent - away, not present; aversion - the act of turning away from; abbreviate: to shorten. digression - a departure from the main issue, subject, etc. judgment - a decision of a court of law; judicial - having to do with judges or courts of law; judiciary - a system of courts of law. If you do this activity in partners, students can talk about what the words mean as the prefixes and suffixes change. constellation - a group of stars that forms a pattern; interstellar - between the stars; stellar - relating to stars. Examples: diarrhea - abnormally excessive bowl movement; hemorrhage - heavy blood flow; catarrh - inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially the nose and throat. English prefixes are affixes (i.e., bound morphemes that provide lexical meaning) that are added before either simple roots or complex bases (or operands) consisting of (a) a root and other affixes, (b) multiple roots, or (c) multiple roots and other affixes. psyche - the human spirit or soul; psychic - relating to the human mind or someone who has supernatural mental abilities; psychology - the study of the mind. detoxification - the process of removing poisons; toxic - poisonous; toxicology - the study of poisons; intoxicated - influenced by drugs. duplicate - make an identical copy; duet - a musical composition for two voices or instruments; duo - a pair normally thought of as being together. hyperactive - very restless; hypercritical - too critical; hypertension - above normal pressure. ; postpone - to put off doing something. One may come from Latin and one from Greek. malcontent - wrong content; malaria - "bad air", infectious disease thought to originate from the "bad air" of the swamps, but caused by the bite of an infected mosquito; malicious - showing strong ill will. benevolent - showing good will and kindness; volition - the act of making a choice or decision, voluntary - resulting from your own free will. Prefixes are morphemes (specific groups of letters with particular semantic meaning) that … prelude - introduction to the major performance; illusion - misleading optical image or impression; delude - to mislead, deceive. radioactive - emitting radiation; radiologist - someone diagnosing or treating via radiation. immutable - not changing; mutant - an organism that has undergone change; mutate - to undergo a change. For example, the prefix un- (or u … hectoliter - 100 liters; hectare - metric unit equaling 100 ares or 10,000 square meters; hectometer - 100 meters. sum - the combined total of everything; summation - the total, highest amount; summit the highest point or top. A prefix, which comes before a root word, or suffix, which comes after, may be used to change the tenses of a word. heterogeneous - made up of unrelated parts; heteronyms - words with same spelling but different meanings; heterodox - not conforming to traditional beliefs. Word Stems. motion - the act of moving; motivate - to move someone to action; promote to move someone forward; removable - able to be taken or carried away. Click on a prefix to display its definition and etymology, as well as examples of use. dyspepsia - abnormal digestion; peptic - aiding digestion; pepsin - a digestive enzyme. Graphology - the study of handwritings; autograph - written with one's own hand; seismograph - a machine noting strength and duration of earthquakes. Dis- (opposite or not) disappear — to do the opposite of appear; to vanish. hexagon - a shape with six angles/sides; hexameter - a verse measured in six; hexapod - having six legs. juven: young: Latin Subsequently, the -able suffix is added after the newly created unlock adjective base deriving the adjective unlockable. leukemia - abnormal increase of white blood cells in the blood; leukocyte - a mature white blood cell; leucine - a white, crystalline amino acid. icon - an (often religious) image, in modern usage a simplified graphic of high symbolic content; iconology - science of symbols and icons; iconoclast - someone who destroys religious images and traditional beliefs. Thus, examples of re- plus a noun base (such as the ungrammatical *rehusband, *remonopoly) or re- plus an adjective base (*renatural, *rewise) are virtually unattested.[1]. An example of such a now native English prefix is co- as in co-worker, which is ultimately derived from the Latin prefix com- (with its allomorphs co-, col-, con-, and cor-); and ex- as in ex-soldier, which derives from the Latin ex-. podiatrist - a doctor for the feet; podium - a small platform to stand on; tripod - a stand or frame with 3 legs. regent - a person who rules on behalf of a king or queen; regime - a government that rules; regulate - to apply a rule. maneuver - to move by hand; manual - done with the hands; manuscript - a book written by hand. a- typically creates adjectives from noun and verb bases: blaze (noun/verb) > ablaze (adj). innate - included since birth; natal - relating to birth; natural - gotten at birth, not afterward. maternal - relating to motherhood; maternity - the state of being a mother; matriarch - a woman head of a household. stable - standing steady and firm; stagnant - standing still, not moving; stationary - at a standstill, fixed. chlorophyll - a group of green pigments found in leaves; phyllotaxis - the arrangement of leaves on a stem; phyllite - a rock that forms sheets, similar to slate. metropolis - a large city; police - people who work for the government to maintain order in a city; politics - actions of a government or political party. A prefix is a letter or a group of letters attached to the beginning of a word (or word root) that partly indicates its meaning. omnipotent - with all the power; omniscient - knowing all things; omnivorous eating all foods. image - a likeness of someone; imaginative - able to think up new ideas or images; imagine - to form a picture or likeness in the mind. These word types are often known as neo-classical (or neo-Latin) words and are often found in academic learned vocabulary domains (such as in science fields), as well as in inkhorn terms coined in the 17th and 18th centuries. antipathy - a feeling of great dislike; apathy - a lack of feeling or interest; empathy - ability to understand another's feelings. A prefix is a letter or a group of letters that we add to the beginning of a word. function init_support(){} hemorrhage - clotting of the blood; hemorrhoids - swelling of the blood vessels; hemoglobin - red blood particle. zoology - study of animals; zooid - resembling an animal; zooplankton - minute floating aquatic animals. contradict - to express the opposite of; prediction - a statement foretelling the future; dictate - to speak out loud for another person to write down. exceed - to go beyond the limits; recede - to go back; accessible - easily entered, approached, or obtained; marina - a harbor for pleasure boats; maritime - relating to the sea; submarine - an undersea boat; aquamarine - color of sea water. "Prefixes are an important component of many words in the English language. nondescript - with no special characteristics; nonfiction - true, real, not made-up; nonsense - without sense. opponent - a person who places him/herself against an action, idea, etc. florist - someone working with flowers; floral - flowerlike; flora - the plant life of a particular time or area. Grammar > Words, sentences and clauses > Word formation > Prefixes. extraordinary - beyond ordinary; extraterrestrial - outside the Earth; extrovert - an outgoing person. diagram - a simple drawing; grammar - rules of how to write words in sentences; telegram - a message sent by telegraph. Thus, English can have two words that are pronounced and spelled the same and have the same lexical category but have different meanings, different prefixes, a different internal morphological structure, and different internal bases that the prefixes are attached to: In the first unlockable "not able to be locked", the prefix un- "not" is attached to an adjective base lockable (which, in turn, is composed of lock + -able). A list of words that start with Do (words with the prefix Do). melancholy - a state of dark emotions; melanoma - malignant dark tumor of the skin; melodrama - a dark, pathetic drama. esophagus - muscular tube that carries food to the stomach; anthropophagy or sarcophagy - cannibalism; xylophagous - feeding on wood. Other words in English (and also in French and German) are formed via foreign word-formation processes, particularly processes seen in Greek and Latin word-formation. inspire - to stimulate or animate; transpire - to give of vapor with waste product through the skin or a membrane; spirit - invisible life force. [4] Similarly, pairs such as defend/defense and double (or duple)/duplicity are not considered morphologically related in Marchand's treatment of English word formation and are thus excluded too, though they are regarded as derivatives of the shared roots in Jespersen's and Koizul's, while in others, they may be seen as allomorphs or variants (like deep/depth, a pair formed of Germanic components). // < ! transcontinental - across the continent; transfer - to move from one place to another; transport - to carry something across a space. parachute - protection from falling; parasol - an umbrella used to protect from the sun; paternal - relating to fathers; paternity - fatherhood; patriarch - a man who rules a group. confusion - being flooded with too much information that is hard to make sense of; fuse - to melt by heating; infuse - to put into. from English … xenophobic - afraid of foreigners; xenogenesis - the creation of offspring that is completely different from either parent; xenophile - attracted to foreigners. command - an order or instruction; demand - a hard-to-ignore order; mandate - an official order. eloquent - speaking beautifully and forcefully; emissary - a representative of a country or group sent on a mission; eject - throw out forcefully. Several English words are analyzed as a combination of a dependent affix and an independent base, such as those found in words like boy-hood or un-just. A list of prefixes, starting with the letters A to J, defined in Suffix Prefix Dictionary. We want to hear from you! endotherm - a creature that can keep its inside temperature fairly constant; endocrine - relating to glands that secrete directly into the blood or lymph; endogamy - the custom to marry within one's clan, tribe etc. equidistant - an equal distance from two points; equanimity - calm temperament, evenness of temper; equation - a statement of equality. Quirk, Randolph; Greenbaum, Sidney; Leech, Geoffrey; & Svartvik, Jan. (1985). // < ! Interestingly enough, the word prefix itself contains the prefix "pre-," which means before, and the root word fix, which means to fasten or place; thus the word itself means "to place before." prefix: [noun] an affix attached to the beginning of a word, base, or phrase and serving to produce a derivative word or an inflectional form — compare suffix. lactate - to give milk, nurse; lactose - the sugar contained in milk; lactic acid. Root word: Able. idiomatic - Peculiar to a particular language; idiosyncracy - a physical or mental characteristic typical or a particular person; idiot - someone who is distinctly foolish or stupid. ; A con voc ation is a gathering where people come together to discuss something important. photogenic - caused by light; photograph - image made on light-sensitive film; photon - the smallest possible unit of light. Prefixes change the meanings of words. thermal - relating to heat; thermos - an insulated jar that keeps heat in; thermostat - a device that controls heat. export - to carry goods out of a place to another; portable - able to be carried; porter - a person who carries luggage. computer - an electronic thinking device; dispute - to disagree with what another person thinks; input - contribution of one's thinking. bilateral - of or involving two sides; unilateral - affecting one side of something. conjunction - a word that joins parts of sentences; disjunction - a disconnection; junction - a place where two things join. Prefix definition, an affix placed before a word, base, or another prefix to modify a term's meaning, as by making the term negative, as un- in unkind, by signaling repetition, as re- in reinvent, or by indicating support, as pro- in proabolition. However, there are a few prefixes in English that are class-changing in that the word resulting after prefixation belongs to a lexical category that is different from the lexical category of the base. nephritis - inflammation of the kidneys; nephrotomy - surgical incision of a kidney; nephron - a single, excretory unit in the kidney. granary- a storehouse or repository for grain especially after it is threshed or husked; granola- a mixture of rolled oats and other ingredients; granule- a little grain (as of sugar). insomnia - inability to fall asleep; somniloquy - talking in your sleep; somnolent - feeling sleepy. convince - to win someone over; invincible - not able to be conquered; victory - the conquest of an enemy. osteoarthritis - inflammation caused by degeneration of the joints; osteopathy - therapy that uses among others manipulation of the skeleton to restore health; osteology - the study of bones. 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