Cross-Reference Groups: ta-ux

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.

tacho-, tach-, tachy– (Greek: fast, speed, swift, rapid).

tacit-, taci-, tace– (Latin: silent, silence; unspoken; quiet).

talo-, tal– (Latin: the ankle, anklebone).

tapho-, taph-, –taphia (Greek: burial, grave; tomb; funeral).

tarax-, tarac– (Greek > Latin: disturbed; confusion, disturbance,
trouble).

techno-, techn-, tect-, –technic[s], –technique,
technology, –technical, –technically (Greek: art, skill, craft;
techne, art, skill, craft; tekton, “builder”).

telluri-, tellur– (Latin: earth).

tempo-, tempor– (Latin: time, occasion).

tendo-, tend-, ten-, tens-, tent-, ton-,
tend, –tension, –tend, –tent, –tense, –tensive,
tentious (Greek > Latin: to move in a certain direction; to stretch,
hold out; tension).

tera– [TE ruh] (Greek: “monster, marvel”; a decimal prefix used
in the international metric system for measurements).

terato-, terata-, terat-, tera– (Greek > Latin: marvel,
omen, monster; malformation).

terri– (Latin: frightful; literally, causing terror).

tessara-, tessera– (Greek > Latin: four; cube; Latin, password).

testi-, test– (Latin: a witness, one who stands by; testicle, one
of the two oval male gonads supported in the scrotum by its tissues and suspended
by the spermatic cord).

thalasso-, thalass-, thalassi-, thalassio-, thalatto-,
thalatt– (Greek: sea).

thanato-, thanat-, thanas-, –thanasia, –thanasic
(Greek: death, dead).

thaumato-, thaumat– (Greek: wonder, wondrous thing; miracle; a thing
to look at; sight spectacle).

thely– (Greek: feminine, female, females; daughter, daughters).

theo-, the-, –theism, –theist, –theistic (Greek:
God, god, deity, divine).

theo-, the-, –theism, –theist, –theistic (Greek
[theorein, theoria]; Latin [theoria]: looking at, contemplation, speculation; viewing).

therap-, –therapeutic[s], –therapeutically, –therapy,
therapies, –therapist (Greek: heal, cure; treatment; service done
to the sick, a waiting on).

therio-, theri-, thero-, ther-, –there, –therium,
theria, –theridae, –therian, –therioid, –theroid
(Greek: animal, wild beast, wild animal).

thermo-, therm-, thermi-, –thermia, –therm, –thermal,
thermic, –thermous, –thermy (Greek: heat, hot, warm).

thesaur– (Greek > Latin: treasure, treasury, storehouse, chest; a treasury
of words).

threpso-, threps– (Greek: nutrition, nourishment).

thygatro-, thygatr-, thygatri-, thygater– (Greek: daughter).

tigri-, tigr-, tiger (Greek > Latin > Old French: swift
animal).

tonitro-, tonitru– (Latin: thunder).

trachelo-, trachel– (Greek: neck, throat, cervix).

tracheo-, trache– (Greek: windpipe; originally, “rough”
artery).

trepid– (Latin: agitated, alarmed, restless, anxious, solicitous; consternation).

tri– (Greek > Latin: three, thrice, threefold; a number used as a prefix).

tribo-, trib– (Greek: friction, rub, rubbing, grind, wear away; spend,
waste time; be busy).

trit– (Latin: tritus, past participle of terere, to rub; thresh,
grind; to wear away).

typho-, typh-, –typhoidal, –typhus, –typhic (Greek:
to smoke, smoke, mist, vapor, cloud, fog; in medicine, fever accompanied by stupor
or a clouding of the mind resulting from a fever).

ubi– (Latin: where).

ultim– (Latin: end, last, final).

umbra-, umbro-, umbr-, umbel– (Latin: shade, shadow).

uxor– (Latin: wife; spouse [female]).

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