(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)

celozoic (adjective) (not comparable)
Relating to, or being within any of the cavities of the body: The celozoic formations which inhabit any cavity of the body can apply to certain parasitic protozoa, chiefly gregarines, that is the order of Protozoa, allied to the Rhizopoda, and parasitic in other animals, as in the earthworm, lobster, etc..
cenesthetic (adjective), more cenesthetic, most cenesthetic
Relating to an abnormal feeling either of euphoria, or of malaise; such as, that which may take place in a delirious condition: As a result of a prolonged fever, Thora experienced a cenesthetic feeling associated with delirium.
cenopsychic (adjective)
A reference to a new or recent appearance in mental development.
cenotaphic (adjective), more cenotaphic, most cenotaphic
A descriptive word that refers to an empty burial or cemetery monument.
A reference to a headache or a pain in the head.
Referring to the size of the fetal head in relation to the maternal pelvis.
cerographic (adjective), more cerographic, most cerographic
A reference to etchings or drawings made on wax surfaces: Cerographic, or glyphography, is a printmaking technique related to engraving, using a layer of wax over a metal surface and then after the image is engraved into the wax, a positive plate is produced with the stereotyping or electrotyping.
A reference to the neck and the thorax (the chest, or area of the body located between the neck and the abdomen that contains the lungs, the heart and part of the aorta).
chaotic (adjective), more chaotic, most chaotic
1. Pertaining to an unordered, unpredictable, and perplexing situation: Every few weeks, Mrs. Smith asked her students in the fifth grade to clean up the inside of their desks, which were in a chaotic condition with a disarray and turmoil of pencils, notebooks, textbooks, old lunch wrappers, etc.
2. Descriptive of being in a state of complete confusion and lack of organization: Janet had a chaotic mass of books and papers in her living room.
Relating to a great disorder or in a state of turmoil.
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cheirognostic, chirognostic
1. Able to distinguish the left from the right side of the body.
2. The ability to perceive which side of the body is being stimulated.
3. The ability to distinguish or recognize one's own or another's hand or parts of the hand.
cheiromantic, chiromantic
A reference to cheiromancy or chiromancy.