eu-

(Greek: good, well, normal; happy, pleasing; used as a prefix)

Eudora (s) (noun)
The first name for a female: "Eudora means 'generous' or 'a good gift'."
euesthesia (s) (noun), euesthesias (pl)
The normal or good conditions of the sensations or feelings of the body: The good news from the Dr. White was that Manfred was healthy; so, he can now have a great feeling of euesthesia.
Eugene
Eugenia
eugenics
1. The idea that society can be improved by allowing people to become parents only if they are likely to produce healthy and intelligent children.
2. The study of hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding.
3. The proposed improvement of the human species by encouraging or permitting reproduction of only those people with genetic characteristics that are judged to be desirable.
eugnosia
eugnostic
eugonic
euhaline
A reference to waters containing between 30 and 40 parts per thousand of dissolved salts; that is, in most cases, normal sea water.
euhydrophily
Thriving submerged in fresh water.
eukinesia
eukinesis
eukinetic
eulogy
eumetria

Related good-word units: agatho-, bene-, bon-.


Word groups which are antonyms of this unit: caco-, dys-, mal-, mis-.