oto-, ot-, -otic +

(Greek: ear; relationship to the ear)

dichotic
Involving or relating to the simultaneous stimulation of each ear with different sounds.
ectotitis
Inflammation of the external ear.
endotic
Pertaining to the inner ear.
endotitis
Inflammation of the inner ear.
entotic
A reference to the interior of the ear.
epiotic
Situated on or above the ear.
macrotia
An abnormal enlargement of the pinna of the ear.

The pinna is the part of the ear that projects like a little wing from the head. In Latin, pinna means "wing".

Pinna abnormalities and low-set ears refer to abnormalities in the shape or position of the outer ear (pinna or auricle).

macrotous
Having large ears, great big ears, or being large eared.
otacoustical (adjective) (not comparable)
A reference to an instrument used to assist better hearing; such as, an ear-trumpet: "The exhibition at the museum was presenting modern and antique otacoustical devices which were made to help the hearing impaired."
otalgia
An earache; neuralgic pain in the ear.
otalgic
1. Characterized by pain in the ear.
2. Referring to an earache.
otantritis
Inflammation of the mastoid antrum (cavity in the petrous, or hard and stony, portion of the temporal bone that communicates with the mastoid sinuses and epitympanic, or membranic, recess of the middle ear).
otaphone
An obsolete term for a hearing aid.
otarine
Like or pertaining to seals
otary (s), otaries (pl)
Any eared seal.

Related "ear" word families: auri-; myring-; tympano- (drum, stretched membrane).