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pneumo-  	breath, airway
disc flat round plate
pallium thin covering
apo- from
-pallium covering
trabec- strut
lymph- body fluid
germ connected with cellular growth
audio- hearing
phil- affinity
de- down, away from, lacking
auto- self (Note that autopsy is a meaningless, or at least inaccurate expression; necropsy is correct.)
-nomic named as, law
photo-, phos- light
canine- dog-like, or connected with a dog
turbin- turing, spiral
sphen- wedge
brancial gills
-pterid wing-like
mela- blackness
horm- stimulating
carpus wrist
cten- comb
histo- originally 'web'; now tissues or their structure
taxis- movement
tome a cut
ophthalmo- eye
cyclo- circle (cyclops, one eyed)
vitell- pertaining to egg
nucha connected with the nape of the neck
vibriss- bristle
derma- skin (topographically, beneath 'cutis')
cric- ring
ampulla swollen vessel
thermo- warm
chondro- cartilage
medulla core, inner region (cf. cortex)
digit finger
cortex, corti- outher layer (cf. medulla)
corni- horny
ecto- outer
sac- bag
holo- whole, entire
prim- first
anus posterior intestinal orifice
mamma- breast
lucid- clear
nicti- connected with eyelid 'winking'
tribo- lubrication
-plat flat
flex- bent
oblique slanting
hypo- beneath
vagina depressed opening
sternum chest-bone
-mere part
sinus duct
renal kidney
stapes stirrup
tunic- similar to a 'vest'
glom- spherical
super, ra- above
chord string, chord
hemi- half
inguin- groin
gula- throat
onto- existing organismus phenomena
sub- beneath
cavus hollow
pecten hair-comb, now comb-like
gnath- jaw
palaeo- ancient
parie- wall
myo- muscle
venter, -ral beneath, opposite to dorsal (q.v.)
cloaca common sexual orifice
temp- time
multus- many
-spondyle back-bone figure
angio- vessel
guano faeces
cranium skull
ciliary eyelash, cilium
axial central, at the axis
fibre thin strand
buccal connected with the mouth cavity
iris- originally 'multicoloured'
cochlea spiral of inner ear


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