aug-, auc-, auct-, auxano-, auxi-, aux-, auxo-

(Greek > Latin: to increase, to grow; growth)

auction
auctioneer
augment
Etymology: From about 1400, from Old French augmenter, from Late Latin augmentare "to increase", from Latin augmentum, "an increase" from augere, "to increase, to make big, to enlarge, to enrich"; Greek auxo "increase".
augmentation
augmentative
august
August
augustly
augustness
author
authoress
authoritarian
1. Favoring strict rules and established authority.
2. Belonging to or believing in a political system in which obedience to the ruling person or group is strongly enforced.
3. Someone who favors or maintains strict rules and obedience to authority.
4. One who supports the principle of authority as opposed to that of individual freedom.
authoritative
authoritatively
authoritativeness