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39 terms

Greek VII

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bio
life
phys
nature; growth
biography
a written account of another person's life
psych
mind; soul; spirit
soma, somat
body
lith, -lite
stone
petr, peter
rock
glyph, glypt
carving
astr
star
nom
arrangement; law
onoma, onym
name
ec, oec
house; environment
ethn
nation
palco-
ancient
neo-
new
hier-
sacred
-clasm
breakage; destruction
-clast
one who shatters or destroys
-clastic
breaking; destructive
-lysis
a loosening; solution
-lyst
one who solves
-lytic, -lytical
loosening; dissolving
physiology
the organic processes or functions in an organism or in any of its parts
psychiatry
the practice or science of diagnosing and treating mental disorders.
psychosomatic
pertaining to or involving both the mind and the body
paleolithic
Relating to the period of the Stone Age beginning about 750,000 years ago, until the beginning of the Mesolithic Period
petrology
the scientific study of rocks
hieroglyphics
carved sacred characters used by ancient Egyptians Priest as a system of writing
iconoclast
a breaker or destroyer of images
misoneism
hatred or dislike of what is new or represents change
astronomy
The scientific study outer space, especially the celestial bodies and stars
anonymous
Having an unknown or unacknowledged name
economics
a social science concerned th analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
anomaly
a deviation from the common rule, type, arrangement, or form
analysis
separation or loosening of a whole into its component parts
ethnologist
a branch of anthropology that studies cultures and nations in regard to their historical similarities and dissimilarities between them
-iatry, -iatrics
a healing; science of healing
-iatrist
one who heals
-iatric
promoting healing