semi-

(Latin: half, partly, twice)

semi-acid
Half acid.
semi-amplexicaul
In botany, embracing the stem half way; such as, a stem.
semiannual
semiannually
semiaquatic
1. Partially aquatic; living or growing partly on land and partly in water.
2. Having an aquatic early or larval form and a terrestrial adult form.
3. Adapted for living or growing in or near water; not entirely aquatic: "They were looking for semiaquatic plants and animals."
semiarid
semiautomatic
1. Partly automatic; an operation that is partly automatic and partly manual.
2. A reference to a firearm (rifle, pistol, etc.), automatically ejecting the cartridge case (spent shell) of a fired shot and loading the next cartridge from the magazine but requiring a squeeze of the trigger to fire each individual shot.
semiautonomous
1. Partially self-governing; especially, with reference to internal affairs.
2. Having the powers of self-government within a larger organization or structure.
3. Ruled partly by its own citizens or rulers and partly by another country or region.
semiautonomy
1. The quality or state of being semiautonomous.
2. A semiautonomous system of government.
semibarbarian
Someone who is considered to be partially, or half, civilized.
semicentennial
semicircle
semicircular
semiclassical
semicolon