CLA201H5 Chapter Notes -Dura Mater, Hip, Joint

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1. AC[U]-, (acus)
sharp, sour, needle
2. ACIN-, (acinus)
grapes in a cluster
3. ADIP-, (adeps)
fat
4. AG-, ACT-
to do, to drive, to act
5. AL-, (ala)
wing
6. ALB-, (albus)
white
7. ALVEOL-, [alveolus]
cavity, hollow
8. AMBUL-
to walk
9. ANNUL-, (annulus)
ring
10. ANS-, (ansa)
jug handle, loop
11. APIC-, (apex)
tip, summit, apex
12. AQU(A)-, (aqua)
water
13. ARBOR-, (arbor)
tree
14. ARC(U)-, (arcus)
bow, arch
15. ARE-, (area)
space
16. ARGENT-, (argentum)
silver
17. ARTICUL-, (articulus)
joint
18. ATRI-, [atrium]
entrance hall, room
19. AUD-, AUDIT-
to hear
20. AUR-, (auris)
ear
21. AX-, [axis]
axis
22. BARB-, [barba]
beard
23. BI-, BIN-
two, twice
24. BIL-, [bilis]
bile
25. BRACTE-, [bractea]
thin plate
26. BREV-, (brevis)
short
27. BUCC-, (bucca)
cheek, mouth
28. BULL-, (bulla)
bubble, blister
29. BULLI-
to boil
30. BURS-, [bursa]
bag, pouch
31. CAD- (-CID-), CAS-
to fall, befall
32. CAL-
to be warm
33. CALC-, (calx)
limestone, pebble, calcium
34. CALC-, CLACANE- [calx; calcaneus]
heel
35. CALCAR-, (calcar)
spur
36. CALL-, (callus)
hard skin
37. CAMER-, (camera)
chamber
38. CAN-
white, gray
39. CAN-, (canis)
dog
40. CAND-
to be glowing white
41. CAP- (-CIP-), CAPT- (-CEPT-)
to take, to seize
42. CAPILL-, (capillus)
hair
43. CAPIT- (-CIPIT-), (caput)
head
44. CAPS-, (capsa)
box
45. CAR[N]-, (caro)
flesh
46. CARIN-, (carina)
keel
47. CAUD-, (cauda)
tail
48. CAUL-, (caulis)
stem, stalk
49. CAV-, (cavus)
hollow
50. CED-, CESS-
to go, to yield
51. CENT-
hundred, hundredth
52. CER-, (cera)
wax
53. CEREBR-, (cerebrum)
brain
54. CERN-, CRET-, CRE-
to separate, to distinguish, to secrete
55. CERVIC-, [cervix]
neck
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56. CID-, CIS-
to cut, to kill
57. CILI-, (cilium)
eyelid, eyelash
58. CING-, CINCT-
to bind, to gird
59. CLAV-
key, collarbone
60. CLAV-, [clava]
club
61. CLIN- [= “KLIN-“ IN GREEK]
to slope, to lean
62. CLIV-, (clivus)
slope
63. CLUD-, CLUS-, CLOS-
to close, to shut
64. COCT-
to cook, to boil
65. COL-
to inhabitat
66. COLL-, (collum)
neck
67. CORD-, (cor)
heart
68. CORI-, (corium)
skin
69. CORN(U)-, (cornu)
horn
70. COROLL-, (corolla)
little crown
71. CORON-, (corona)
crown
72. CORP-, CORPUS, CORPOR, [corpus]
body
73. CORTIC-, CORT-, (cortex)
bark, outer layer
74. COST-, (costa)
rib
75. COX-, [coxa]
hip, hip joint
76. CRE-, CRESC-, CRET-
to grow
77. CREN-
notch
78. CREPIT-
to creak, to crackle
79. CRIST-, (crista)
crest
80. CRUC-, (crux)
cross
81. CRUR-, (crus)
leg
82. CUB-, CUMB-, CUBIT-
to lie
83. CUNE-, (cuneus)
wedge
84. CUR(R)-, CURS-
to run, to go
85. CUSPID-, (cuspis)
point
86. CUT-, (cutis)
skin
87. CUT-, CUSS-
to shake, to strike
88. DEC-, DECIM-
tenth
89. DECEM-
ten
90. DENT-, (dens)
tooth
91. DEXTR-, (dexter)
righthand
92. DIGIT-, (digitus)
finger, toe
93. DOL-
to feel pain, to cause pain
94. DORM-, DORMIT-
to sleep
95. DORS-, (dorsum)
back
96. DU-, (duo)
two
97. DUC-, DUCT-
to lead, to draw
98. DUR-, (durus)
hard, dura mater
99. EBURN-, (ebur, eburnus)
ivory
100. EGO-
i
101. ENS-, (ensis)
sword
102. EQU-, (equus)
horse
103. ERR-
to wander, to deviate
104. FA-, FAT-
to speak
105. FAC- (-FIC-), FACT- (-FECT-)
to do, to make
106. FACI- [-FICI-], (facies)
face, surface
107. FALC-, (falx)
sickle
108. FASCI-, (fascia)
band
109. FAV-
honeycomb
110. FEBR-, (febris)
fever
111. FEC-, (feces)
excrement, sediment
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112. FENESTR-, (fenestra)
window, opening
113. FER-
to bear, to carry, to produce
114. FERR-, (ferrum)
iron
115. FET- (FOET-), (fetus)
offspring, fetus
116. FIBR-, (fibra)
fiber
117. FIBUL-, [fibula]
clasp, outer bone of the leg
118. FID-, FISS-
to split
119. FIL-, (filum)
thread
120. FLA-, FLAT-
to blow
121. FLAGELL-, (flagellum)
whip, whip-like appendage
122. FLAV-, (flavus)
yellow
123. FLEX-, FLECT-
to bend
124. FLOCC-, (floccus)
tuft (as of wool)
125. FLOR-, (flos)
flower
126. FLU-, FLUX-
to flow
127. FLUVI-, (fluvius)
river
128. FOLI-, (folium)
leaf
129. FOLL-, (follis)
bag
130. FOR-
to bore, to pierce
131. FORMIC-, (formica)
ant
132. FORNIC-, (fornix)
arch
133. FOSS-, (fossa)
ditch, trench, to dig
134. FOVE-, (fovea)
pit
135. FRANG- (-FRING-), FRAG-, FRACT-
to break, to bend
136. FREN-, [frenum]
rein, bridle
137. FRONT-
forehead, front
138. FRUG-, FRUCT-, (frux)
fruit
139. FRUTIC-
shrub
140. FUG-
to flee, to put to flight
141. FUN-, (funis)
rope, cord
142. FUND-, FUS-
to pour, to melt
143. FUNG-, (fungus)
mushroom, fungus
144. FURC-, [furca]
fork
145. FUS-, [fusus]
spindle
146. FUSC-, [fuscus]
dark, brown, tawny
147. GEMELL-, (gemellus)
twin (diminutive form)
148. GEMIN-, (geminus)
twin, paired
149. GEMM-, [gemma]
bud
150. GEN-, GENIT-
to produce, to beget
151. GEN[U], [genu]
knee
152. GENER-, (genus)
race, kind
153. GER-, GEST-
to carry, to bear
154. GERM-, GERMIN- [gemen]
sprout, bud, germ
155. GINGIV-, (gingiva)
the gums
156. GLABR-, (glaber)
smooth
157. GLOMER-, (glomus)
ball of yarn
158. GLUTIN-, (gluten)
glue
159. GRAD-, GRESS-
to step, to go
160. GRAV-, (gravis)
heavy
161. GREG-, (grex)
flock
162. GUST-
to taste
163. GUTT-, (gutta)
drop
164. HAL-, HALIT-
to breathe
165. HAUST-
to draw out, to drink
166. HER-, HES-
to stick
167. HI-, HIAT-
to stand open
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