facio-, faci-, face-

(Latin: face, pertaining to the face; countenance; form, make, set in place, do)

subsurface (s) (noun), subsurfaces (pl)
Relating to, or situated in an area beneath top of something; especially, of the earth or of a body of water.
surface (s) (noun), surfaces (pl)
1. The topmost layer of something:The surface of the road was getting rough and bumpy.
2. The outer face, outside, or exterior boundary of something: Sam's dishes have shiny surfaces.
3. Any face of a body or thing: There are six surfaces on a cube.

The surface of the wooden box is rough.

Joe was warned to be careful of the icy surfaces on the streets.

4. Etymology: from Latin I>sur, "above" + face-, "face".
surface (adjective), more surface, most surface
1. A reference to being above or external of something: Jim had a surface view of the canyon below him.
2. Pertaining to being superficial or external: Joan had a surface expression on her face when she was told that she could not go to the movie.
3. Going by land or water and not by air or underground: The postman delivered the surface mail as expected.

The city had the best surface transits in the country.

surface (verb), surfaces; surfaced; surfacing
1. To make something smooth, even, or plain: The workers will surface the rough road again so it will not be so bumpy.
2. To rise to the top: The submarine surfaced to the top of the water in the harbor.

The dolphins were surfacing and diving back into the water over and over again.

3. To appear or to become obvious after being out of sight: After some years, the actor surfaced in a very funny comedy.
temporofacial (adjective), more temporofacial, most temporofacial
Conveying a part of or relating to one or both temples and the face.
zoster facialis (s) (noun) (no pl)
A viral disease characterized by a painful skin rash with blisters involving the sensory fibers of the trigeminal nerve distributed over the face: The zoster facialis involves any of the cranial nerves, that have sensory and motor functions in the face, teeth, mouth, and nasal cavity.
zygomaticofacial (adjective) (not comparable)
Pertaining to the cheek bone and the face: Because Mark was in a bad car accident, the zygomaticofacial bones were badly injured, so he had to have an operation and stay in hospital for quite a while.