SAT Latin Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots

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ab

away from

ad, ac, ag, at

to, against

an

without

ante

before

anti, ant

against

circum

around

com, con col

together

contra

against

de

from, down

dis, di

apart, away

dom

home, rule

ex, e

out, from

extra

beyond, outside

in, im, ir, il, un

not

inter

between

intra, intro

within

ob

against

per

through

peri

around,about

post

after

pre

before

pro

forward, for

re

again back

se

apart, away

super

above

sur

on, upon

syn, sym

together, with

trans

across, beyond

able, ible

capable of

age

place, thing, idea

al

pertaining to

ance

relating to

ary

relating to

ate

an action of

cy

the quality of

ed

past action

ence

relating to

er, or

one who

ic

pertaining to

ing

present afction

ion

the act of state of

ious

full of

ive

having the quality of

ize

to make

ly

to do with the quality of

ment

the result of

ness

the quality of being

ty

condition of being

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