(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 relating to chemotaxis.
chemotrophic (adjective)
Relating to or exhibiting chemotropism; tending to move toward or away from a chemical stimulus.
A reference to the photosynthetic unit of a plant cell containing chlorophyll.
A reference to iron-deficiency anemia.
cholagogic (adjective) (not comparable)
An obsolete term in medicine, relating to an agent that encourages or prompts the release of bile: Susan was feeling quite ill, and after getting a prescription from Dr. Schneider, she got a cholagogic substance at the pharmacy for stimulating the flow or the digestive fluids in her body.
A reference to cholera.
1. Concerning bile secretion.
2. An agent that promotes bile secretion by the liver.
Marked by a low threshold for the expression of anger or rage; irascible.
choreographic (adjective), more choreographic, most choreographic
1. A reference to the composition and arrangement of dances, especially for ballet: Choreographic dancing is the art of designing sequences of movements in which motion, form, or both are specified.
2. Characterized by the art of composing ballets and other dances and planning and arranging the movements, steps, and patterns of dancers: Choreographic motions may also refer to the design itself and is used in a variety of fields other than dancing, including cheer leading, cinematography, gymnastics, fashion shows, ice skating, marching band, show choirs, dramas, synchronized swimming and video game productions.
1. Referring to the gaining, or acquisition, of money.
2. Engaged in obtaining, developing, or earning wealth or a reference to a business in the pursuit of wealth.
chromophilic (adjective), more chromophilic, most chromophilic
Descriptive of something that can be stained with a dye; chromophilous; Chromophilic samples of tissues are usually used for the study and diagnoses of diseases, normally at a microscopic level.
A reference to an incandescent, transparent layer of gas, primarily hydrogen, several thousand miles in depth, which lies above and surrounds the photosphere (intensely bright part) of the sun but is distinctly separate from the corona (luminous envelope surrounding the sun).