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English vocabulary words from Latin Greek etymologies and their prefixes and roots.

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Words: mal- (Latin: bad, badly, harsh, wrong; ill; evil; abnormal, defective; used primarily as a prefix).
mal- : words "malabsorption" to "malversation".

Words: -mancy, -mancer, -mantic, -mantical (Greek: divination, prophecy; to interpret signs so "practical" decisions can be made; primarily used as a suffix).
-mancy, -mantic, Introductory Background of Divination or Mancy words.
-mancy, -mantic, part 1 of 9: words "acutomancia" to "axinomancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 2 of 9: words "belomancy" to "cheiromancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 3 of 9: words "chresmomancy" to "cyclomancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 4 of 9: words "dactyliomancy" to "gyromancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 5 of 9: words "halomancy" to "chnomancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 6 of 9: words "macharomancy" to "nycromancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 7 of 9: words "oculomancy" to "ouranomancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 8 of 9: words "pedomancy" to "spasmatomancy".
-mancy, -mantic, part 9 of 9: words "spatalamancy" to "zygomancy".

Words: mania-, -maniac (Greek: 1. A specific mental disorder or obsessive preoccupation with something; madness, frenzy; obsession, or abnormal desire for or with something or someone. 2. Excessive enthusiasm or fondness for something).
mania-, -mania , part 1 of 4: words "ablutomania" to "dysmorphomania".
mania-, -mania , part 2 of 4: words "ecdemiomania" to "krauomania".
mania-, -mania , part 3 of 4:words "lagneuomania" to "ornithomania".
mania-, -mania , part 4 of 4: words "paramania" to "dysmorphomania".
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Words: meteoro-, meteor- (Greek: upraised, high up; in the air; anything raised from the ground, high, lofty; hovering in the air; hence, “heavenly body, atmospheric phenomenon”).
meteoro-, meteor- : words, "agrometeorology" to "telemeteorograph".

Words: miso-, mis-, -misia (Greek: hate, hater, hatred; disgust for).
miso-, -misia : words, "iatromisia" to "nomomisia".

Words: mort-, mor-, mori- (Latin: death, dead).
mort-, mori- : words, "abmortal" to "postmortem".

Words: multi-, mult- (Latin: many, much; used as a prefix).
multi-, mult-: words, "multangular" to "multungulate".

Words: mythico-, mytho-, -mythic (Greek: talk, speech, word; story; legend).
mythico-, mytho-, -mythic : words, "dymyth" to "theomythology".

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