Sunday, 10 July 2022

Grandpa Greg's Advanced Grammar: GREEK PREFIXES




You might enjoy a verse about 'ANOSMIA', that you can reach by clicking HERE. 









Authors' Note:

auto is a prefix derived from Greek and Latin meaning 'self' or 'same'.
A motto frequently represents a high standard of achievement claimed or aspired to by the person or institution.

We have a verse about 'Autophagia' that you might find intriguing (Click HERE.)
And, HERE's another that you'll probably find less intriguing, even gruesome.




Click HERE, for your entertainment, to review a verse about diarrhea.




Click HERE to review a verse about dyspareunia.









You will undoubtedly enjoy our poem about 'endoscopy', particularly as it leads into an entire collection of verses about Endoscopic procedures, entitled "The Scopes of Modern Medicine".



Here's a verse about Epistaxis, that exemplifies the use of the prefix EPI- .









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