(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)

Shaped or in the form of a crab or crustacean.
carcinophilic (adjective), more carcinophilic, most carcinophilic
Concerning an affinity for cancerous tissue: A carcinophilic property exists in some chemical agents.
cardioesthetic (adjective), more cardioesthetic, most cardioesthetic
A reference to the feeling associated with the heart: Sharon felt a sudden cardioesthetic sensation while she was doing her housework, so she contacted her doctor who came to examine her.
cardiographic (adjective), more cardiographic, most cardiographic
1. A reference to an instrument for recording some element of the heart beat.
2. Descriptive of an instrument used to record the mechanical movements of the heart.
cardiopneumatic (adjective) (not comparable)
Concerning both the air in the lungs and air passages and the heart: Doctors speak of cardiopneumatic movement when the pulsation of the heart stimulates the motion of air in the air passages.
cardiopneumographic (adjective), more cardiopneumographic, most cardiopneumographic
A reference to bodily events in which both the cardiovascular and the pulmonary systems participate and are graphically recorded.
carnophobic (adjective), more carnophobic, most carnophobic
A reference to anyone who hates the mere sight of cooked or raw meat: Jake and his wife Mildred are carnophobic people, convinced that eating of any kind of animal flesh is unhealthy, while dining on various kinds of vegetables is much safer and better for their physical well-being.
Referring to the carotid canal and the tympanum or the membrane in the eardrum or the cavity of the middle ear.