hylo-, hyle-, hyl-

(Greek: wood, forest, substance, matter; material, materialism)

helodad
A marsh plant.
hylacolous (adjective), more hylacolous, most hylacolous
hyle
hylephobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
1. An extreme dread of materialism: Tom, affected by hylephobia, loved living in the rural area instead of in the busy city and he felt that he was living very comfortably, believing that worldly possessions did not provide for his well-being and also not offer him the highest values in his life.
2. An irrational horror of epilepsy: Some people, suffering from hylephobia, fear having an epileptic seizure, especially in the presence of others, or they can also be quite troubled with seeing someone else having such a seizure.
hylergography
The recording of the activities of cells as they respond to environmental influences.
hylic
hylism
hylocole (verb), hylocoles; hylocoled; hylocoling
Living in forests.
hylodophile
hylodophilous
hylodophily
Thriving in dry open woodland.
hylodophyte
hylodophytic
hylogenesis
hylogeny

Related "wood" word units: ligni-; xylo-.