(Greek: a suffix; pertaining to; of the nature of, like; in chemistry, it denotes a higher valence of the element than is expressed by -ous)

Of or related to aleurone.
A substance that reduces fever; antipyretic.
algedonic (adjctive), more algedonic, most algedonic
Relating to something pleasurable or agreeable; concerning something painful or disagreeable: Janet experienced very algedonic and smarting feet when she accidentally walked on some broken glass on her kitchen floor.
algesic (adjective), more algesic, most algesic
Painful; related to or causing pain; hypersensitivity to pain; algetic: Jack was very algesic when he was a child and cried every time he bumped into something or fell down.
Pain and pleasure, like light and darkness, succeed each other.
—Laurence Sterne
algetic (adjective), more algetic, most algetic
Painful; relating to something that causes or pertains to pain: When Lynn slipped and fell on the floor, she had a very algetic arm because it was broken!
Any substance that kills algae.
Causing cold, chilling.
alginic acid (s) (noun), alginic acids (pl)
A polyuronic acid that is extracted from marine algae or seaweeds: Alginic acid is used as a binder in pharmaceutical tablets and as a thickening and emulsifying agent in a number of food products.
algogenic (adjective), more algogenic, most algogenic
Pertaining to the cause or to the inducement or pain: Jane was interested in studying the algogenic consequences of snake bites.
1. Referring to the feeling of pleasure in causing or suffering pain.
2. Any psychosexual disorder in which physical or mental pain is an essential part; it may be active (sadism) or passive (masochism).
3. Any psychosexual disorder associated with the derivation of pleasure from experiencing or inflicting physical or psychological pain.
aliicide (verb), aliicides; aliicided; aliiciding
To kill or to murder another person..
Not forming fat.
Having no effect upon fat metabolism, nor upon the movement of fat to the liver.
Pertaining to alleles; produced by alternative genes.