rupt-, -rupting, -ruption

(Latin: break, tear, rend; burst)

routinize, routinizes; routinized; routinizing (verbs)
rupture, rupture; ruptured; rupturing (verbs)
1. The process or instance of breaking open or bursting.
2. The state of being broken open.
3. A breaking off of friendly, or peaceful, relations; such as, between countries or individuals.
4. In pathology, a hernia; especially, of the groin or intestines.
5. A tear in an organ or a tissue; such as, a rupture of an appendix or a ligament rupture: "Gilbert is critically ill with a ruptured appendix."
ruptured intervertebral disc (s) (noun), ruptured intervertebral discs (pl)
A painful rupture of the fibrocartilage of the disc between spinal vertebrae which occurs most often in the lumbar region of the back.
rut (s), ruts (pl) (nouns)
Etymology: from Middle French route, "way"; from Vulgar Latin rupta (via), literally "a broken way".
—Dr. Ernest Klein,
A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the English Language,
Elsevier Publishing Company, New York, 1966.
rutted (adjective)
rutty (adjective)
uncorrupt (adjective)
Not corrupt; not depraved; not perverted; not tainted with wickedness; not influenced by iniquitous interest; such as, an uncorrupt judgment; uncorrupt manners.
uncorrupted (adjective)
uninterrupted (adjective)
1. Having undisturbed continuity: "A convalescent needs uninterrupted sleep."
2: Continuing in time or space without interruption, continuous: "An uninterrupted rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light."
uninterruptible (adjective)

Related break, broken-word units: clast-; frag-.