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Words: eco-, oiko- (Greek: house, household affairs [environment, habitat], home, dwelling; used in one extensive sense as, environment.
eco-, oiko- , part 1 of 2: words, "autecology" to "economy".
eco-, oiko- , part 2 of 2: words, "eco-organ" to "synoecy".
Words: eroto-, eros (Greek: love [more of a sexual love]; sexual passion or desire).
eroto-, eros : words, "alloerotism" to "homo-erotic".
Words: esth-, aesth- (Greek: feeling, sensation, perception).
esth-, aesth- , part 1 of 5: words, "acanthesthesia" to "autaesthesy".
esth-, aesth- , part 2 of 5: words, "baresthesia" to "dysthermesthesia".
esth-, aesth- , part 3 of 5: words, "enterosthesia" to "euesthesia".
esth-, aesth- , part 4 of 5: words, "gargalanesthesia" to "oxyesthesia".
esth-, aesth- , part 5 of 5: words, "palinesthesia" to "zonesthesia".
Related to the thematic units of "feeling" or esthesia, page are two related articles of value at history of the word anesthesia and another significant page about synesthesia, a strange mental aberration.
There are also five self-scoring quizzes with these pages.
Words: exulans, exulant (Latin: to go into exile; to be in exile, banishment).
exulans, exulant : words, "exile" to "exulatus".
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