What is the meaning of Mered?
Mered is a biblical character, who was from the Tribe of Judah and noted as the husband of Bithiah, daughter of Pharaoh. Bithiah was the foster mother of Moses.
What is the meaning of Vener?
Venerate, revere, reverence, worship, and adore all mean to honor and admire profoundly and respectfully. Venerate, incidentally, traces back to the Latin verb venerari, from vener-, meaning “love” or “charm.”
What does Sebo mean in medical terms?
[L. sebum, grease, tallow] Prefix meaning fat, tallow. Medical Dictionary, 2009 Farlex and Partners.
What does the root word SEB mean?
, seb- , sebi- Combining forms indicating sebum, sebaceous. [L. sebum, suet, tallow]
Which word root means pus?
Pyoderma – Pyo
What is the word root in neuropathy?
neuropathy. Prefix: Prefix Definition: 1st Root Word: neur/o. 1st Root Definition: nerve.
Which word root means sweat?
Medical Terminology For Dummies, 2nd EditionRoot WordWhat It MeansDiaphor/oProfuse sweatingErythem/oRedHidr/oSweatHisti/oTissue29
What comes after a root word?
acronym. a word part that always comes after a root is a. suffix. a root with a vowel added to aid in pronunciation is called a. combining form.
What is an example of a combining form?
A combining form is a form of a word that only appears as part of another word. For example, para- is a combining form in the word paratrooper because in that word it represents the word parachute. Para- is a prefix, however, in the words paranormal and paramedic.
What combining form means hidden?
What combining form means hair?
onych/o. A combining form that means hair: pil/o.
What combining form means death?
What are the two combining forms for hair?
CardsTerm Fat (3 combining forms)Definition adip/o lip/o steat/oTerm Fungus (1 combining form)Definition myc/oTerm Nail (2 combining forms)Definition onycho/o ungu/oTerm Hair (2 combining forms)Definition pil/o trich/oTerm Hardening (1 combining form)Definition scler/o121 •
What is the combining form for Blue?
What is the medical term for blue?
A bluish color to the skin or mucous membrane is usually due to a lack of oxygen in the blood. The medical term is cyanosis.
What is the root word for blue?
Cyan/O. Cyan/o is the word root and combining form that is derived from the Greek word, kuanos, meaning blue. One very commonly used term containing the word root cyan- is cyanosis.
Which combining form has to do with blood clots?