Ayers Latin Prefixes

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ab-,a-,abs-
Latin prefix –
away,from
abduct,abnormal,avert,abstract
This prefix is never assimulated
i.e. abduct,abnormal,avert
ad,ac,
Latin prefix
to,toward
when in doubt, however the prefix (a-) is a form of (ab-) away.
i.e. admire,adopt,access,attract,
ambi
Latin prefix
both,around
i.e. ambidextrous
ante
Latin prefix
before,infront of
i.e. anteroom,antecedent
not to be confused with the Greek anti meaning against
circum
Latin prefix
around
i.e. circumference,circumscribe
con,com,co
Latin prefix
with,together,very
i.e.conduct,connect,collect,compress
contra,contro,counter
Latin prefix
agaiinst
i.e.contradict,counteract,controversy
de
Latin prefix
down,off,thoroughly
i.e. descend,dejected
dis,di,dif
Latin prefix
apart,in different directions,not
i.e. dispute,disable,divert,differ
ex
e
ef
Latin prefix
out
from completely
expel,eloquent,efficient
extra
extro
Latin prefix
outside
beyond
extrovent,extraordinary
in
im
ig before n
Latin prefix
not
ineffective,imminent,illegal
in,im
[en],[em]
Latin prefix
in,into,against
inject,impose,endure
infra
Latin prefix
below,beneath
infrared
inter
Latin prefix
between,among
interrupt,intercept
intra
intro
Latin prefix
within
intramural,introduce
non
Latin prefix
not
nonresident
post
Latin prefix
after,behind
postpone,postscript
pre
Latin prefix
before
in front of
prevent,predict
pro
Latin prefix
forward
in front of
for
promote,produce
re
red (before vowels)
Latin prefix
back
again
renew,recede
se
sed (before vowels)
Latin prefix
aside
away
secede,sedition
sub
sus
suc
Latin prefix
under,
up from under
secretly
submerge,submarine,support
super
[sur]
Latin prefix
above
over
superhuman, surreal
trans
tran
tra
Latin prefix
across
through
transfer,traverse
ultra
Latin prefix
beyond
exceedingly
ultraviolet,ultramodern
al
(ial,eal)
Latin suffix
pertaining to
like
belonging to
having the character of
vocal
ane
(e)an,
ian
[ain]
Latin suffix
pertaining to
like
belonging to
having the character of
mundane,mountain
one connected with
librarian
ar
Latin suffix
pertaining to
like
belonging to
having the character of
popular
ose
(iose)
Latin suffix
full of
grandiose
ous
(ious,eous)
Latin suffix
full of
like
having character of
famous
(u)lent
(o)lent
Latin suffix
full of
disposed to
violent
ic
tic
Latin suffix
pertaining to
like
civic
ary
Latin suffix
pertaining to
connected with
having the character of
literary
ile
il
Latin
pertaining to
like
belonging to
haviing the character of
hostile
ine
Latin suffix
pertaing to
like
of
canine
ate
it(e)
Latin suffix
possessing
being
accurate,favorite
ant
ent
(ient)
Latin suffix
equivalent to English ing
urgent- literally pressing
person who,that which
agent- person doing
able
ible
Latin suffix
able to be
able to
tending to
portable
ile
Latin suffix
able to be
tending to
agile
acious
Lain suffix
tending to
inclined to
audacious
itious
Latin suffix
tending to
characterized by
fictitious
id
Latin suffix
tending to
inclined to
frigid
ulous
Latin suffix
tending to
inclined to
tremulous
ive
Latin suffix
tending to
inclined to
active
uous
Latin suffix
tending to
inclinced to
continous
ory
Latin suffix
tending to
serving for
introductory

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