favor-

(Latin: good will or support; to show kindness to; to be inclined toward good will, to befriend)

disfavor
disfavored
To view or to treat with dislike or disapproval.
disfavorer
favor (s), favors (pl); favour (British)
favorable (adjective)
1. Characterized by approval or support; positive: "He received a favorable report regarding the completion of his project."
2. Creating or winning favor; pleasing: "She made a favorable impression."
3. Affording advantage, opportunity, or convenience; advantageous: "Her father has a favorable position in his company."
4. A reference to a request resulting in the granting of what is desired.
5. Boding well; propitious: "The signs are favorable for a new start."
favorableness
favorably
favored
favoredness
favorer
favoress
favoring
favorite, favorites; favourite (British)
favoritism
favorless
Not favored; not assisted.