latero-, later-, lateri-, -lateral, -laterally

(Latin: side, sideways; flank)

heterolateral
Relating to the opposite side; contralateral.
homolateral
On or affecting the same side of the body.
inferolateral (adjective), more inferolateral, most inferolateral
Pertaining to a location that is situated below and to one side or the other side.
intermedio-lateral, intermediolateral
Both intermediate and lateral; applied specifically to the tract of nerve cells that constitutes the lateral grey column of the spinal cord.
ipsilateral
ipsilaterally
isobilateral
Having the two sides equal and alike; applied to bilaterally symmetrical leaves in which there is no evident distinction of upper and under surface, as in some species of Iris.
isolateral
Having equal sides.
laterad
lateral
laterality
lateralization
lateriflexion
laterigrade
lateroabdominal, latero-abdominal
Relating to the sides of the abdomen; such as, the loins or flanks.