Ronnie Shared "Copy of Awesome Mix Volume 1" - 23 Picmonics

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Copy of Awesome Mix Volume 1

-plegia
Meaning
Stroke
Paralysis
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29 secs
-poiesis
Meaning
Formation
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19 secs
Cata-
Meaning
Down or Downward
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20 secs
Fasci/o
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Fascia
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35 secs
Fusc/o
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Dark Brown
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26 secs
Hypn/o
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Sleep
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16 secs
Keraun/o
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Lightning
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42 secs
Lei/o
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Smooth
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30 secs
Log/o, -log, or -logue
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Words
Speech
Thought
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33 secs
Myc/o
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Fungus
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29 secs
Myring/o
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Eardrum
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47 secs
Narc/o
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Numbness or Stupor
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18 secs
Neutr/o
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Neutral
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24 secs
Phaner/o
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Visible or Apparent
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27 secs
Picr/o
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Bitter
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13 secs
Platy-
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Broad or Flat
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Psamm/o
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Sand or Sand-like
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27 secs
Pyel/o
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Renal Pelvis
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36 secs
Uric/o
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Uric Acid
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33 secs
Ventr/o
Meaning
Belly or Front of the Body
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19 secs

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