macro-, macr-

(Greek: large, great; long [in extent or duration]; enlarged, or elongated, long [in length]; abnormally large)

macrophytophagous, macrophytophage, macrophytophagy
Eating higher plant material only.
Composed either of large plants (megaphytoplankton) or of elongate plants such as filamentous algae.
macropine: kangaroos
A reference to kangaroos.
Large planktonic organisms 20-200 mm in diameter or those that can be classified without the need of a microscope.
Long-footed; a long-footed animal, e.g. a spider-crab.
Abnormally large feet; excessive size of the feet. Also, megalopodia and pes gigas.
Young hunter sees a macropod.
A young hunter is astounded at seeing this macropodia track.

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macropodine: kangaroos, wallabies
A reference to kangaroos and wallabies.
1. An illusion in which objects appear larger than their actual sizes.
2. A medical condition in which everything perceived by the eyes appear to be bigger than it really is, often as a result of a retinal disease or a brain disorder.
3. The visual perception of objects as being larger than they really are.
Genus of marsupials including the common kangaroo.
Macropus Giganteus
A kangaroo.
An excessively large rear-end or back-side.
The excessive size of the nose, either congenital or pathologic.
1. In computer science, a single, user-defined command that is part of an application and executes a series of commands.
2. A shorthand representation for a number of lines of computer code.

Related "big, large, great" words: grand-; magni-; major-; maxi-; mega-; megalo-.