Cross-Reference Groups: ga-iz

From time to time, new units are added to this Cross-reference group that have been “completed”; that is, with as many definitions as can be found or with a significant number of examples.

galeo-, galea-, galeat-, galei-, galer- (Latin: helmet, helmet shaped, to cover with a helmet; cap).

galeo-, gale- (Greek: shark).

gato- (Latin [cattus] > Spanish: cat).

gehenna- (Hebrew > Greek > Latin: hell).

gemin- (Latin: twin; double).

gero-, geri-, ger-, geronto-, geront- (Greek: old age, old man, old people).

geus-, geuma-, -geusia, -geusic, -geustia (Greek: taste).

gibb-, gibbo-, gibboso- (Latin: hump, humpbacked).

glaci- (Latin: ice).

glutto-, glutt- (Latin: to swallow, gulp down).

glypto-, glypt-, -glypha, -glyph, -glyphic, -glyphous (Greek: carve, carving, engraving; to hollow out).

gonado-, gonad- (Latin: ovary or testis; based on Greek gonos, “seed” and gone, “that which generates; origination; seed; semen”).
gram-, -gram-, -grammatic, -grammatical, -grammatically, -gramme, -grammic (Greek: write, that which is written, a letter, a written record).

grapho-, graph-, -graph, -graphy, -grapher, -graphia (Greek: to scratch; write, record, draw, describe).

gymno-, gymn- (Greek: naked, nude, uncovered, bare, exposed, unclad, disrobed, undressed).

gyno-, gyn-, gynaeco-, gyneco-, gyne-, -gynia, -gynic, gynec-, -gynist, -gynous, -gyny (Greek: woman, female).

hades (Greek: the lower world [originally, invisible, to make invisible]; sometimes used to mean hell).

hapto-, hapt-, -hapte (Greek: touch, fasten, contact, seizure; binding, attaching).

hebdoma- (Greek: seventh).

hebe-, heb- (Greek: youth, pubescence, puberty [the period during which the secondary sex characteristics begin to develop and the capability of sexual reproduction is attained; by extension, young man]).

-her-, -hes- (Latin: stick to, cling to, cleave to).

hernio-, herni- (Latin: protruded viscus; rupture; in the sense of “protrusion of tissue or part of an organ through an abnormal opening in the surrounding walls”).

hetero-, heter- (Greek: different, other, another, unlike; used as a prefix).

homo-, hom- (Greek: same, equal, like, similar, common; one and the same).

homo-, hom-, hum- (Latin: human beings, mankind, man).

horo- (Greek: hour, period of time, season, time).

hubris- (Greek: wanton violence, riotousness, insolence; outrage; arrogance).

iatro-, iater-, -iatria, -iatric, -iatrician, -iatrics, -iatry (Greek: physician; heal, cure, treat; medical healing).

ichthyo-, ichthy-, -ichth- (Greek: fish).

idio-, idi- (Greek: peculiar, one’s own, personal, private; of or pertaining to one’s self; distinct, separate, alone).

ign-, igni-, ignis- (Latin: fire, burn).

iso-, is- (Greek: equal; by extension: same, similar, alike; used as a prefix).

integ- (Latin: whole, complete).

ithyo-, ithy- (Greek: straight).

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