Greek Prefixes Week 9

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hyper

over, excessive

hypo

under, less than

chondr

brestplate

glycem

sugar

therm

heat

ia

condition

iac

one who

is

noun ending

ism

condition

hyperactive

more active than normal

hyperbole

extravagant exaggeration

hypercritical

inclined to judge too severely

hypersensitive

excessively sensitive; supersensitive

hyperthermia

abnormally high body temperature

hyperthyroidism

an overactive thyroid gland

hypoactive

abnormally inactive

hypochondriac

a patient with imaginary symptoms and ailments

hypodermic

relating to or located below the epidermis

hypoglycemia

abnormally low blood sugar usually resulting from excessive insulin or a poor diet

hypothermia

abnormally low body temperature

hypothesis

a tentative theory about the natural world

hypothetical

Based on an assumption or guess; used as a provisional or tentative idea to guide or direct investigation

hypothyroidism

an underactive thyroid gland

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