Latin and greek roots,Prefixes suffixes related to Family Or Man

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Anthrop(o)-Greek/Homo-Latin

Meaning: Human
English Words: Anthropology, Misanthropy

Gyn(o)/ Femin

Meaning: Women
English Words: Gynecologist, Feminine

Gam(o)

Meaning: Marriage
English Words: Monogamous, bigamy

nup, Nub

Meaning: Marrige
English Words: pre-nuptial, nubile

Ag/ Agri/Agora

Meaning: Field or Open space
English Words: Agriculture, Aeration

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