stato-, stat-, sta-, -static, -stasi, staso-, -stasis, -stasia, -stacy, -stitute, -stitution, -sist

(Latin: standing, to stay, to make firm, fixed; cause to stand, to put, to place, to put in place, to remain in place; to stand still)

1. Specific resistance by cells to the action of chemicals.
2. The resistance, exhibited by certain tumors and tissues, to destruction by chemotherapeutic drugs.
circumstance (s) (noun), circumstances (pl)
1. A condition or fact attending an event and having some bearing on it; a determining or modifying factor.
2. A condition or fact that determines or must be considered in the determining of a course of action.
3. The sum of determining factors beyond willful control; such as, a victim of circumstances.
4. A detail accompanying or surrounding an event; such as, in a narrative or series of events.
5. A formal display or ceremony; such as, the pomp and circumstance of a coronation.
6. A particular incident or occurrence.
circumstantial (adjective), more circumstantial, most circumstantial
1. A reference to containing or being based on facts that allow a court to deduce that somebody is legally guilty without conclusive proof; circumstantial evidence.
2. Relating to being of no primary significance; incidental.
3. Conveying a complete amount of of details.
4. Pertaining to speech or thinking that is characterized by unnecessary over detailing of data that impedes rather than promotes communication.
coexist (verb), coexists; coexisted; coexisting
1. To live at the same time or in the same place: There are many people in nations that coexist with each other despite the fact that there are different ideologies and interests among them.
2. Etymology: from Latin coexistere, which came from co-, "together" + existere, "to live, to be present".
coexistence (s) (noun) (usually there is no plural)
To live together or at the same time: There are some countries that apparently can not have peaceful coexistence and that is why so many refugees are fleeing to other places.
coniolymphstasis (s) (noun), coniolymphstases (pl)
The obstruction of the lymphatics of the lungs resulting from inhaling or breathing in of dusts: The coniolymphstasis results when the small, thin channels; similar, to blood vessels collect and carry dust into the tissue fluid (called lymph) and are blocked as a result of dirt particles.

Additional medical information indicates that coniolymphstasis is caused by the stagnation, retardation, or cessation of the lymphs (tissue fluids) which results in the slowing of the normally circulating fluids.


Related word families intertwined with "to place, placing, to put; to add; to stay; to attach" word units: fix-; pon-; prosth-; the-, thes-.