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relate (verb), relates; related; relating
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(Greek > Latin: suffix; from French -aque, or directly from Latin -acus, from Greek -akos forming adjectives. This suffix was used to form names of arts and sciences in Greek and it is now generally used to form new names of sciences in English; meanings, "related to, of the nature of, pertaining to, referring to")
(eating grasshoppers, locusts, and related insects)
(Latin: a suffix; related to or connected with)
(Greek > Latin: a suffix; a place for; abounding in or connected with something; a place containing or related to that which is specified by the root)
(Latin: heat, warm; related to caust-, (fire, burn, burnt, burner))
(Greek: khorde, "gut string" [of a lyre]; used in an extended sense to mean "sinew, flexible rod-shaped organ, string, cord"; Latin: chorda, "related notes in music, string of a musical instrument, cat-gut" via Old French, corde, "rope, string, twist, cord")
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(Greek: within, inside, inner; used as a prefix [used in many words related to anatomy and biology])
(historical background of anesthesia)
(Anglo Saxon or Teutonic: in Old English times, eye was eage, which is related to a whole range of words for "eye" in other European languages; including, Greek ophthalmos and Latin oculus [with all of its subsequent derivatives])
(Latin: to shine, to flash, to glow, to burn; fulmi-, lightning, thunder forth, denounce; related to fulg-)
(Latin: a round body, a ball; round, a sphere; the earth; "sphere" came from Latin globus, "round mass, sphere"; related to gleba, "clod, soil, land". Sense of "planet earth," or a three-dimensional map of it, appeared first in 1553)
(Latin: breathe, breath; from halitus, "breath" and related to halare, "to breathe")
(Greek: a suffix used to form the names of families in zoology and biology; descended from, related to)
(Latin: originally galbinus, "greenish yellow" related to galbanus, "yellow" then formed with the intrusive d; from Old French jaunice, jaunisse from jaune, "yellow")
(Greek: used as a suffix; divination, prophecy, fortune telling; to interpret signs so “practical” decisions can be made [related to -mania])
(Greek: derived from an ancient villiage in Greece, northeast of Athens; as a result of an important Greek victory over the Persians in 490 B.C.)
(Latin: mucus, mucous, or mucosa; a viscid, slippery, slime secretion of the mucous membranes; related to mucor, "mold, moldiness")
(Latin: much, many; combining form of Latin multus "much, many"; which is related to the Greek mala, "very, very much, exceedingly")
(Latin: hang, hanging; weigh, weighing; to cause to hang down; related to words in this pond- unit.)
(Latin: magpie; related to Latin, picus, "woodpecker"; probably translated from Greek kissa, kitta, "magpie, jay")
(Latin: weight, weigh; heavy; to consider, to think about; closely related to this pend-, "hang, weigh, to hand down" unit of words)
(word origin and the historical development of sarcophagus and related sarcasm, sarcastic)
(Greek > Latin > Old French: Greek skorpios, Latin scorpionem, Old French scorpion; poisonous animal related to the spiders)
(Latin: sordidus, dirty, foul, filthy, squalid; dirt, filth; related to sordes, "dirt")
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(Latin: compress, compressed, to press together, to pack; related to: stalk, log, stock, trunk of a tree)
(Greek: tendon, sinew [related to "move in a certain direction, stretch"])
(Latin: a suffix forming nouns from verbs of condition and action; an act or process: resumption, absorption; state or condition, redemption, exhaustion; something resulting from or otherwise related to an act or process, assumption, friction)
(Latin: pertaining to the navel, umbilical cord; a protuberance or swelling; related to umbo, the boss [a convex elevation or knob] of a shield)
(Latin: videre, "to see"; plus words with other related meanings: to notice, noticing, noticed; observe, observing, observed; look, looking, looked; perceive, perceiving, perceived, perception; see, seeing, saw, seen, sight; view, viewing, viewed; manifest, manifesting, manifested; reveal, revealing, revealed, revelelation)
(Latin: a marriageable girl, maiden; related to "a young shoot, a twig")
(Latin: unoccupied, vacant; related to vacuus, "empty")
(the structure of organisms from the smallest components of cells to the biggest organs and their relationships to other organs especially of the human body)
(terms restricted to the study of social insects; such as, ants and words that apply generally to entomology)
(Greek: beginning; the first, the leader, the ruler; being first has two different, but often related, meanings: one meaning indicated first in time; another indicated first in importance)
(a glossary of archeological terms particularly related to the field of research that can tell us about our origins and our remote past)
(the science of the celestial bodies: the sun, the moon, and the planets; the stars and galaxies; and all of the other objects in the universe)
(scientific terms about the use of vehicles including cars, trucks, or any automobiles including their technology as related to transportation)
(concern over the environmental impact of burning fossil fuels has resulted in looking for alternative fuels that are less polluting)
(languages spoken by over 400 closely related groups in central, east-central, and southern Africa, belonging to the South Central subgroup of the Niger-Congo language family and including Swahili, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi, Zulu, Xhosa, etc.)
(a glossary, or dictionary, of terms used in geology; the science of the earth including its origin, composition, structure, and history)
(there is much more to learn about the mysterious processes of sleep and the things that disturb it)
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