Cross-Reference Groups: va-zy

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.

valid-, val-, vale-, –vail, –valent, –valence
(Latin: valere, to be strong, to be well, to be worth; strong; power, strength;
and “fare well” [go with strength]).

veloci-, veloc-, velo– (Latin: fast, speed, swift, and rapid).

veno-, ven– (Latin: poison).

verb-, verbi-(Latin: word).

veri-, ver– (Latin: true, truth, real, truthfulness).

vexat-, vex– (Latin: annoy, irritate; to harass; an agitation; a shaking,
jolting, shock).

vexill– (Latin: flag, standard).

vicar– (Latin: substitute; change, alternation).

vir-, viri-, virtu-(Latin: man, manliness; manhood; husband).

vitello-, vitell– (Latin: yolk, yolk of an egg).

volan-, vola– (Latin: to fly; flying; flies).

volen-, volunt-, voli-, vol– (Latin: will, free will,
free choice; wish, personal desire).

vor-, vora-, –vore, –vorous, –vores, –vora,
vory (Latin: eat, consume, devour).

vot– (Latin: vow, affirm; from votum).

xenous (Greek: a combining suffix pertaining to a “host” or “guest”).

xylo-, xyl– (Greek: wood; the first element of various scientific
and technical words that refer to wood).

yocto– (Greek: from octo-, “eight”; a decimal prefix used
in the international metric system for measurements).

yotta– [YAH tuh or maybe YOH tuh] (Greek: from octo-, “eight”;
a decimal prefix used in the international metric system for measurements).

zepto– [ZEP toh] (Latin: septo-, seven; a decimal prefix used in the
international metric system for measurements).

zeta (Greek: the sixth letter of the Greek alphabet).

zetta– [ZE tuh] (Latin: septo-, “seven”; a decimal prefix
used in the international metric system for measurements).

zoo-, zo-, –zoic, –zoid, –zoite, –zoal,
zonal, –zooid, –zoon, –zoa, –zoan (Greek: animal;
living being; life).

zoster-, zoster (Greek: girdle; belt).

zygomatico– (Greek: the malar bone or the arch that the malar bone forms
with the other bones to which it is connected).

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