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What is the root prefix and suffix of extolling?
There is always a base word to a word with prefixes or suffixs, for example in the word pre game, game is the base word, and pre is the prefix. Prefixes are always at the begg…ing of a base word and suffixes are always at the end of a word. In the word treated, Ed isn't a word by itself, however treated is a word by itself, therefor treat is the base word, and ed is at the end so it is a suffix. I hope this helps :)
phled- meaning vein and itis- meaning inflammation
'osteo' is the prefix. 'arthro' is the root. 'itis' is the suffix. Together, it's osteoarthritis.
un is the prefix, believe is the root or base and ble is the suffix
Prefix: none Root word: Admire Suffix: ation
-ION Definition: Action or Condition
Contro (prefix) + versus (root word) + ial (suffix)
The Latin root of the word incapable is capabilis from capere (to take). This provides the root -cap- and the suffix -able (suited for). The prefix in- usually means "not". … Prefix, root, and suffix are in-cap-able (not suited for, i.e. not capable of doing something)
epi - prefix derm/o - dermal al - suffix
Prefixes for the word light: sun, moon, flash, high, spot. Suffixes for the word light: weight, show, ening, post, er, est, ly.
The word is from the Latin crepare meaning rattle. The suffix -itus makes it into a noun. No prefix. You can add the prefix de- to make the word "decrepit."
Actually, proselyte is from Greek root proselytos, which means "convert to Judaism, stranger, one who has come over". The other explanation is pros- (toward) + elyt (conve…rt) + e, however the root 'elyt' still need to be verified.
prefix of just