a Latin prefix that means "backward
Going backward in time. To have an effect on something that is past
Moving backward or having a backward motion.
Thoughts looking backward to the past.
Latin prefixes that means "out.
An exit. A place to go out.
Coming out, beginning.
Shutting something or someone out.
Being forced to leave one's country or home.
Fac, fec, fic, fy
Latin roots that all mean "Make
Any object made by human skill or handiwork -- usually of cultural significance.
Made by human skill or labor; not natural.
Something made to be like something else-- an exact copy.
To make false or incorrect.
Not making something happen. Not useful.
The condition when you have gotten a disease from germs.
To pretend to be someone else. To pretend to be another person or have the form of another idea or thing.
Able to make good progress because of being skilled or being an expert.
an Old-English prefix that means "badly" or "wrongly
Doing bad things and causing trouble.
A mistake or a "bad" action.
A feeling of doubt, suspicion, or anxiety that something bad is going to happen.
Something that is wrongly named.