poten-, pot-, poss-, -potent, -potence, -potency, -potential +

(Latin: power, strength, ability, able; having authority over; rule over, command of)

equi-omnipotence
equi-omnipotent
Equally all powerful.
equipotence
equipotent
1. Equal in power, ability, or effect.
2. Having equal effects or capacities.
3. Having the same or equal authority.
equipotential
Of the same or exhibiting uniform potential at every point; such as, an equipotential surface.
equipotentiality
The quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.
Facta sunt potentiora verbis.
Latin: Deeds are more powerful than words.
funipotent
1. Playing tricks with ropes.
2. Adept at tricks with ropes.
granulopotent
Capable of forming granules.
hydropower
Electric power generated using water power.
idempotent
1. Unchanged when multiplied by itself.
2. Unchanged in value following multiplication by itself.
ignipotent
1. Ruling or having power over fire.
2. Presiding over fire; also, fiery.

A reference to Vulcan, ancient Roman god of fire and metal-working.

immunopotence
The immunogenic capacity of a structural component on an antigenic molecule to initiat4e antibody synthesis.
immunopotent
Stimulating the formation of antibodies especially in large numbers.
impossibility
1. Something that cannot exist or cannot be done: "Living without water is a physical impossibility."
2. The likelihood that something will not happen or cannot be achieved; something impossible.

Cross references of word families related directly, or indirectly, to: "master, lead, leading, ruler, ruling, govern": -agogic; agon-; arch-; -crat; dom-; gov-; magist-; regi-; tyran-.