(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)

aitionomic (adjective), more aitionomic, most aitionomic
A reference to growth patterns and other phenomena imposed by the environment: A condition of aitionomic process could be observed in some plants that were gradually dying out due to the increase in smog and air pollution in the region.
aitiotropic (adjective), more aitiotropic, most aitiotropic
A reference to any movement that comes from an external stimulus: When the wind took up speed, Jill noticed the aitiotropic swaying of the tall trees produced by the strong gusts that howled loudly outside her home.
akinaesthetic, akinesthetic (adjective); more akinaesthetic, most akinaesthetic; more akinesthetic, most akinesthetic
Referring to a person who is affected by the absence or loss of movement: Jeff, the akinaesthetic patient, experienced disorienting situations because he could not experience motions with any part of his body.
Without movement, or without much movement.

A term used in neurology to denote the absence (or poverty) of movement.

Of, pertaining to, or affected with albinism.
Of, pertaining to, or affected with albinism; also albinistic.
Relating to or characterized by albuminuria.
alcholimetric (adjective)
A reference to a device, called a alcoholometer, that measures the quantity of alcohol contained in a liquid.
alcoholic (adjective)
Relating to, containing, or produced by alcohol.

O God! That men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains.

—Cassio, in Othello by William Shakespeare (1564-1616)
aleatocratic (adjective), more aleatocratic, most aleatocratic
Relating to the result of going into a governmental position by chance: The aleatocratic leadership of the country was a result of an unusual "luck of the draw".
aleatoric (adjective), more aleatoric, most aleatoric
1. A reference to something which is done randomly: Bill's aleatoric choices of words resulted in a confusing rendition of his lexicographic report to his fellow linguistic students.
2. Characterized by chance, often in reference to art or music: Frederic's performance involved aleatoric choices of notes rather than a fixed score.
Relating to the philosophical concepts of truth and possibility and especially to the branch of logic that formalizes them.
aleukemic (adjective), more aleukemic, most aleukemic