Cross-Reference Groups: na-oz

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.

narco-, narc-, –narcotic, narcotico-, –narcosis, –narcoticism
(Greek: numbness, dullness; sleep, stupor, torpor; benumb, deaden).

nata– (Latin: to swim, swimming; floating).

nebula-, nebul– (Latin: mist, fog, cloud, smoke).

neci-, nici– (Latin: death, kill, deadly, murderous, destructive).

necro-, necr-, necron-, –necrosis, nekro– (Greek:
dead, death, dead body, dead tissue, corpse).

nephal– (Greek: soberness, sober; drink no wine).

nephelo-, nephel-, nephoneph– (Greek: cloud, clouds,
cloudiness).

nepot-, nepo– (Latin: nephew; grandson, grandchild; descendant [family
member]; nepotism, et al.).

neusto-, neust-, –neuston, –neustonic (Greek: swim,
float).

Nike (Greek: goddess of victory in Greek mythology; literally, victory).

nisus (Latin: from niti, to strive, to endeavor; effort, endeavor).

nivi-, niv-, nivos– (Latin: snow, snowy, snowiness).

noci-, noc– (Latin: to injure; injury, trauma; a noxious or deleterious
agent or influence).

nocti-, noct-, nox (Latin: night).

nom-, nomen-, nomin-, –nomia, –nomic (Latin:
name).

nomo-, nom– (Greek: a meadow; a pasture; an abode; a place for eating).

noso-, nos-, nosero-, noser-, –nosia, –nosis,
nosema– (Greek: disease, sickness).

nosto-, nost– (Greek: return home).

notho-, noth– (Greek: spurious, bastard, false, mongrel; masculine,
illegitimate child).

nudo-, nudi– (Latin: naked, uncovered).

numbers (Greek: Greek numerals, cardinals followed by ordinals).

numbers (Latin: Roman numerals, cardinals followed by ordinals).

nycti-, nyct-, nycto-, nyc– (Greek: night).

obeso-, obes– (Latin: fat, corpulent).

odium, odious (Latin: hatred, hateful, hate; bitterness; disgusting; offensive;
opprobrium; annoyance).

odori-, odoro– (Latin: smell [noun form]).

oleo-, ole-, –oleic, ol– (Greek > Latin: [olive]
oil; fat).

omento-, oment– (Latin: fat, adipose tissue; and by extension, caul,
intestines).

onym, –onymy,onymic, –onymically, –onymous,
onymously, –nym (Greek: used as a suffix; name).

opsi-, ops– (Greek: late, later).

opsino-, opso-, opsoni– (Greek: boiled meat).

opsono-, opson-, –opsony (Greek: to buy food; to purchase provisions,
such as food).

orc-, orca– (Greek > Latin: a kind of whale; large sea creature).

orchido-, orchid-, orchio-, orchi-, –orchium
(Greek > Latin: testes; testicles).

organo-, organ– (Greek: an organized structure; pertaining to a specific
bodily part with a specific function or set of functions; instrument, tool, implement).

oscheo-, osche– (Greek: scrotum; a combining form denoting relationship
to the scrotum).

ose (-iose)., –osic, –osity,osely (Greek:
a suffix; sweet wine).

osphresio-, osphresi– (Greek: to smell; pertaining to odor or to the
sense of smell).

oxy-, –oxia, –oxic (Greek: sharp, pointed, keen; acidic, pungent).

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