ophio-, ophi-, ophid-, -ophis; -ophidio, -ophidia +

(Greek: snake, snakelike, serpent)

Carphophis, Carphiophiops
A monotypic genus of small North American harmless, burrowing, colubrid (Carphophis amoena) snakes that are brownish black to glossy black above and pinkish below, have narrow flat heads, and feed chiefly on earthworms.
Hydrophid
Any sea snake of the genus Hydrophys and allied genera.

These snakes are venomous, live upon fishes, and have a flattened tail for swimming.

Hydrophis
A genus of sea snakes in the family Hydrophiidae.
ophic
Like or pertaining to serpents.
ophicalcite
Crystalline limestone or marble spotted with greenish serpentine; ophiolite; verd antique.
Ophicephalidae
A family of spiny-finned fish consisting of snakehead mullets (bottom dwelling marine warm water fish with two barbels on the chin)>
ophicephaloid
Resembling the family of spiny-finned fish.
Ophichthyidae
Snake and worm eels.
ophichthyoid
Resembling snake ells.
ophiciophobia, ophidiophobia, ophiophobia
An excessive fear of snakes or other reptiles.
Ophidia
1. An alternative name for the Serpentes.
2. Division of reptiles consisting of snakes or other serpents.
ophidia
An order of reptiles consisting of snakes and/or serpents.
ophidian
1. Snake like.
2. A snake.
ophidiarium, ophidarium (s) (noun); ophidiaria, ophidariums (pl)
A place where snakes are kept; a snake house: "The local ophidiarium had a large selection of reptiles for people to see."
ophidiasis
Poisoning by a snake. Synonym: ophidism.

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, or indirectly, with: "snakes or other reptiles": angui-; coluber-; herpeto-; reptil-; sauro-.