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658

The Loom of Language

(632)   TTOtGCO
	O#eo)
	create,


	
	compose

(633)   TTCOASO)
	(poled)
	sell

(634) Trpico
	(pno)
	saw

(635)  Q£0>
	(rheo)
	flow

(636) Qriyvvpi
	(rhegnymi)
	burst

(637) £«nfa>
	(rhipizd)
	fan

(638)   GTjlIfO)*
	(sepso)
	putrefy

(639) o'A.OTrsco
	(scoped)
	look at

spin
split

(640)  arpofiec}      (strobed)

(641)  oyt£o>         (schizo)

(642)  Kspavvvfii  (cerannymi)

(643)  T6fj,v(o         (temnd)         cut

(644)
(645)

(646)
(647)
(648)

(toxeuo)
(phageiri)

to shoot
arrows

devour

(pJiaeno)        show
(pkobed)        frighten
(phleo)         love

(649)  <f>opeco        (phored)        wear,

carry

(650)  ^tw            (phyo)           grow

—  poetry >3   poem,   pharmaco-
poeia (375)

—  monopoly (570)

—     pnm, prismatic

—  rheostat  (59),   rheotropism
(70)

—  haemorrhage (281)

—  Rhipidoglossa (292)^ ^^2^2-
dium

—  sepsis, antiseptic (654)

—  gyroscope    (13),    telescope
(6oi)5   periscope    (666),
laryngoscope (317)

—  stroboscope (639)

—  schizocarpous (492)^ Schizo-
mycetes (504)

—  /^o^ywcrfljy (552)

—  Temnocephah  (310),  ^z«^-

(651)

(pseudd)        deceive

—  ro^zc3 toxaemea

—  phagocyte   (143),   entomo-
phagous  (398)3  Myrmeco-
phaga (424)

—  phenotype (71), phenomenon

—  phobia^ hydrophobia

—  philology (36)^ philanderer,
entomophilous (398), philo-
progenitive (66jy 10)

—  chromatophore   (77),   ###-
thophore (6ll)

—  symphysis   (668)5
^.V^s (670)

—  pseudopodwm (346)

0) PARTICLES

(652) a/z<^
	(amphi)
	aiound
	— amphitheatre (134)

(653) ava
	(ana)
	(a) up
	— (a) anabolism (8)


	
	(b) again
	(b) anabaptist (616)

(654) am
	(anti)
	opposed to
	— antiseptic (638)

(655)   (2770
	(apo)
	away from
	— apocarpous (492)

(656) (5ia
	(did)
	among,
	— dtapedesis (346)


	
	through
	

(657) e/c, £^
	(ec or ex)
	out of
	— ecstasy (59)

(658) £/aroc
	(ectos)
	outside
	— ectoplasm


	
	oppos to entos
	


	
	— inside
	

(659) *v
	(en)
	in
	— endemic (207)

(660) ev^ov
	(endon)
	within
	— endosperm (5ii)j end

Future

(10)
Infinitive