Greek Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes

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Root
Human 
Time 
People 
Form 
Feeling/ Suffering 
Child/ Children 
Having a strong affinity or love for 
Sound 
Prefix
Without 
Opposite/ Opposing 
Self/ Same 
Life/ Living Organism 
Earth/ Geography 
Excessive/ Excessively 
Small 
One/ Single/ Alone 
New/ Recent 
All 
Heat 
Suffix
Forms nouns and means “the act, state, or theory of” 
Forms agent nouns from verbs ending in -ize or nouns ending in -ism and is used like -er 
Forms verbs from nouns and adjectives 
Something written or drawn, a record 
Something written or drawn; an instrument for writing, drawing, or recording 
Speech, discourse; to speak 
Discourse, expression; science, theory, study 
Measuring device; measure 
Forms adjectives and nouns and means “like, resembling” or “shape, form” 
One that loves or has a strong affinity for; loving 
One that fears a specified thing; an intense fear of a specified thing 
Sound; device that receives or emits sound; speaker of a language 

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