Word Unit: civi-, civ-, cit- (Latin: city: big town, metropolitan area; citizen: a legal resident or inhabitant)
Word Unit: clado-, clad-, -cladous + (Greek klados: shoot, young branch; branch; twig)
Word Unit: clair- (Latin > French: the ability to see things that are out of normal sight but which can be perceived by extrasensory powers)
Word Unit: clam- [cla-] clamat-, claim- (Latin: talk, call out, speak, say, shout; make noise, be loud)
Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "talk, speak, speech; words, language; tongue, etc.": cit-; dic-; fa-; -farious; glosso-; glotto-; lalo-; linguo-; locu-; logo-; loqu-; mythico-; -ology; ora-; -phasia; -phemia; phon-; phras-; Quotes: Language,Part 1; Quotes: Language, Part 2; Quotes: Language, Part 3; serm-; tongue; voc-.

Word Unit: clandesti-, clandest- (Latin: secret, secrecy; hidden, concealed, private)

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "secret, hidden, confidential, concealed": ceal-; crypto-; myster-; occult-; orgy; stego-, stegano-.

Word Unit: clari-, clar-, (Latin: clear, bright, shining, glorious)
Word Unit: class- (Latin: division according to rank; class, division, army, fleet)
Word Unit: Classical Education (primarily the learning of the Latin and/or Greek languages, history, and literature)
Word Unit: clast-, clas-, -clastic, -clast, -clase, -clasia, -clasis, -clasis, -clasmic, -clasm (Greek: break, break in pieces; broken, broken in pieces, crush; bend)

Related break, broken-word units: frag-; rupt-.

Word Unit: clathr-, clathro- + (Greek > Latin: bars, lattice, grate; used in the sense of "lattice[d], latticelike")
Word Unit: claudica-, claudic-, claud- + (Latin: lame, lameness, a limping; gait impaired [walking disability]; walking with uneven steps)
Word Unit: claustro-, claustr- (Latin: lock, barrier; to close, to shut; a confined space)
Word Unit: clavi-, clav- (Latin: key; to enclose, to comprise, to involve; to fit together, or to work together; pertaining to the collarbone [so named because of its keylike shape])
Word Unit: clavi-, clav- (Latin: knotty stick, club)
Word Unit: -cle + (Latin: small, insignificant)
Word Unit: -cle, -cul (Latin: result of the act of, means of)
Word Unit: cleido-, cleid-, clido-, clid- (Greek: key; a means of locking or a thing that locks [or unlocks] a door; a key, bar, or hook; a combining form that denotes the clavicle or collarbone)
Word Unit: cleisto-, cleist-, clisto-, clist-, cli-, clei- (Greek: closed, shut)
Word Unit: cleithr-, cleithro- + (Greek: bar for closing a door; to shut, to close)
Word Unit: clemen-, clement- + (Latin: mild, calm; calmness, gentleness, placid)