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Common Prefixes and Suffixes with Examples

40 common prefixes along with examples :

1. A- (meaning "not" or "without"):

• Apathetic

• Amoral

• Atypical

• Asexual

• Asymmetric

• Aseptic

• Achromatic

• Abiotic

• Anomalous

• Anxious

2. Anti- (meaning "against" or "opposite"):

• Antisocial

• Antibiotic

• Anti-inflammatory

• Antifungal

• Antipathy

• Antidote

• Antivirus

• Anticlimax

• Antiseptic

• Antigravity

3. Auto- (meaning "self" or "automatic"):

• Autobiography

• Automobile

• Autopilot

• Autonomy

• Autograph

• Autopsy

• Autodidact

• Autoclave

• Autoregulation

• Autostart

4. Co- (meaning "together" or "with"):

• Cooperation

• Coexist

• Coauthor

• Coordinate

• Copilot

• Coown

• Coeducational

• Cohabit

• Cosign

• Coproduce

5. De- (meaning "reverse" or "remove"):

• Detoxify

• Deactivate

• Devalue

• Demolish

• Decompose

• Defrost

• Depopulate

• Decentralize

• Dehydrate

• Decaffeinate

6. Dis- (meaning "not" or "opposite"):

• Disagree

• Dislike

• Disapprove

• Disobey

• Disappear

• Disarm

• Disengage

• Disconnect

• Discomfort

• Disbelief

7. En- (meaning "cause to" or "make"):

• Enable

• Encourage

• Enlighten

• Enhance

• Engage

• Enrich

• Enlarge

• Enforce

• Enliven

• Entertain

8. Ex- (meaning "former" or "out of"):

• Ex-president

• Ex-girlfriend

• Ex-employee

• Ex-husband

• Ex-student

• Exhale

• Exonerate

• Exfoliate

• Extinguish

• Expel

9. Fore- (meaning "before" or "ahead"):

• Foresee

• Forecast

• Forefront

• Forewarn

• Forefather

• Foreground

• Foremost

• Foreplay

• Foreknowledge

• Foreword

10. In- (meaning "not" or "in" or "into"):

• Inactive

• Inaccurate

• Incomplete

• Indecisive

• Inhale

• Inbound

• Inflexible

• Insert

• Inflate

• Infect

11. Inter- (meaning "between" or "among"):

• Interact

• Intercontinental

• Interpersonal

• Interfere

• Interconnected

• Intervene

• Intercept

• Intermediate

• Intertwine

• Interview

13. Mis- (meaning "wrong" or "incorrect"):

• Misunderstand

• Misbehave

• Mislead

• Misplace

• Mismatch

• Misinterpret

• Misfire

• Misjudge

• Misprint

• Misquote

14. Non- (meaning "not" or "without"):

• Nonexistent

• Nonprofit

• Nonsense

• Nonverbal

• Nondescript

• Nonfiction

• Nonrenewable

• Nonchalant

• Nonessential

• Nonconformist

15. Over- (meaning "excessive" or "above"):

• Overload

• Overcome

• Overreact

• Overestimate

• Overstay

• Overwhelm

• Overpower

• Overindulge

• Overcharge

• Overcomplicate

16. Post- (meaning "after" or "later"):

• Postpone

• Postwar

• Postgraduate

• Postmortem

• Postscript

• Postdate

• Posthumous

• Postpone

• Postnatal

• Postmodern

17. Pre- (meaning "before" or "prior to"):

• Preorder

• Prepay

• Prearrange

• Precook

• Pretest

• Preschool

• Preview

• Precede

• Preempt

• Prehistoric

18. Pro- (meaning "for" or "in favor of"):

• Protect

• Promote

• Proactive

• Propose

• Propel

• Proclaim

• Proponent

• Prosecute

• Provoke

• Profess

19. Re- (meaning "again" or "back"):

• Rebuild

• Reread

• Reconnect

• Reapply

• Revisit

• Reevaluate

• Reconsider

• Reunite

• Recharge

• Reclaim

20. Semi- (meaning "half" or "partial"):

• Semifinal

• Semiconscious

• Semiautomatic

• Semiformal

• Semisoft

• Semidetached

• Semiskilled

• Semiannual

• Semiconductors

• Semitransparent

21. Sub- (meaning "under" or "below"):

• Submarine

• Subpar

• Submerge

• Subtitle

• Subordinate

• Subcontract

• Subdue

• Substandard

• Suburb

• Subway

22. Super- (meaning "above" or "beyond"):

• Superhero

• Supernatural

• Supercharge

• Superimpose

• Superhighway

• Supervise

• Superstar

• Supersize

• Supersonic

• Superbowl

23. Trans- (meaning "across" or "beyond"):

• Transfer

• Transform

• Transmit

• Transcribe

• Transparent

• Transplant

• Transatlantic

• Transgender

• Transcontinental

• Transcend

24. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Triangle

• Tricycle

24. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Triangle

• Tricycle

• Trilingual

• Tripod

• Trisect

• Trilateral

• Trifold

• Trillion

• Trilogy

• Triathlon

25. Ultra- (meaning "beyond" or "extreme"):

• Ultraviolet

• Ultrafast

• Ultramodern

• Ultrasonic

• Ultra-wealthy

• Ultra-high

• Ultrasound

• Ultralight

• Ultrafine

• Ultrahigh-frequency

26. Under- (meaning "below" or "less than"):

• Underestimate

• Underground

• Underprivileged

• Understaffed

• Undercut

• Underperform

• Underdeveloped

• Undercooked

• Understudy

• Underweight

27. Uni- (meaning "one" or "single"):

• Unicycle

• Unilateral

• Unique

• Unison

• Unity

• Universe

• Uniform

• Unibrow

• Unicycle

• Unisex

28. Up- (meaning "upward" or "increase"):

• Upstairs

• Upgrade

• Uphill

• Upbeat

• Uplift

• Upturn

• Upstream

• Upward

• Uprising

• Upstage

29. With- (meaning "against" or "opposed to"):

• Withdraw

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withhold

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withhold

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withstand

30. Bi- (meaning "two" or "double"):

• Bicycle

• Bilingual

• Bipolar

• Binoculars

• Biannual

• Biodegradable

• Bifocal

• Biweekly

• Biennial

• Biome

31. Circum- (meaning "around" or "surrounding"):

• Circumference

• Circumvent

• Circumstance

• Circumnavigate

• Circumflex

• Circumstantial

• Circumscribe

• Circumspect

• Circumstance

• Circumferential

32. Counter- (meaning "opposite" or "against"):

• Counteract

• Counterbalance

• Counterfeit

• Counterclockwise

• Counterproductive

• Counterpoint

• Counterproposal

• Counterstrike

• Countervail

• Counterargument

33. Hyper- (meaning "excessive" or "beyond"):

• Hyperactive

• Hypersensitive

• Hypertension

• Hyperbole

• Hyperventilate

• Hyperextend

• Hypercritical

• Hyperglycemia

• Hyperlink

• Hyperrealistic

34. Hypo- (meaning "under" or "less"):

• Hypothermia

• Hypoallergenic

• Hypoglycemia

• Hypodermic

• Hypothesize

• Hypocritical

• Hypothesis

• Hypotension

• Hypothetical

• Hypocenter

35. In- (meaning "not" or "lack of"):

• Inactive

• Inaccurate

• Incomplete

• Indecisive

• Inhale

• Inbound

• Inflexible

• Insert

• Inflate

• Infect

36. Macro- (meaning "large" or "long"):

• Macroscopic

• Macroevolution

• Macrocosm

• Macroclimate

• Macromolecule

• Macroeconomics

• Macrophotography

• Macroscopic

• Macronutrient

• Macroeconomic

37. Micro- (meaning "small" or "tiny"):

• Microscopic

• Microbiology

• Microcosm

• Microchip

• Microorganism

• Microbe

• Microbrewery

• Microclimate

• Microfiber

• Microprocessor

38. Neo- (meaning "new" or "recent"):

• Neoclassical

• Neo-Nazi

• Neoliberal

• Neolithic

• Neoconservative

• Neonatal

• Neophyte

• Neorealism

• Neocolonialism

• Neoliberalism

39. Tele- (meaning "distant" or "remote"):

• Telecommunication

• Television

• Telecast

• Telepathy

• Teleconference

• Teleport

• Telemetry

• Telemarketing

• Telephoto

• Telethon

40. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Tricolor

• Tricycle

• Trilateral

• Trilingual

• Triathlon

• Triceratops

• Trigonometry

• Trisomy

• Triplicate

• Triumvirate


40 common prefixes along with examples:

1. A- (meaning "not" or "without"):

• Apathetic

• Amoral

• Atypical

• Asexual

• Asymmetric

• Aseptic

• Achromatic

• Abiotic

• Anomalous

• Anxious

2. Anti- (meaning "against" or "opposite"):

• Antisocial

• Antibiotic

• Anti-inflammatory

• Antifungal

• Antipathy

• Antidote

• Antivirus

• Anticlimax

• Antiseptic

• Antigravity

3. Auto- (meaning "self" or "automatic"):

• Autobiography

• Automobile

• Autopilot

• Autonomy

• Autograph

• Autopsy

• Autodidact

• Autoclave

• Autoregulation

• Autostart

4. Co- (meaning "together" or "with"):

• Cooperation

• Coexist

• Coauthor

• Coordinate

• Copilot

• Coown

• Coeducational

• Cohabit

• Cosign

• Coproduce

5. De- (meaning "reverse" or "remove"):

• Detoxify

• Deactivate

• Devalue

• Demolish

• Decompose

• Defrost

• Depopulate

• Decentralize

• Dehydrate

• Decaffeinate

6. Dis- (meaning "not" or "opposite"):

• Disagree

• Dislike

• Disapprove

• Disobey

• Disappear

• Disarm

• Disengage

• Disconnect

• Discomfort

• Disbelief

7. En- (meaning "cause to" or "make"):

• Enable

• Encourage

• Enlighten

• Enhance

• Engage

• Enrich

• Enlarge

• Enforce

• Enliven

• Entertain

8. Ex- (meaning "former" or "out of"):

• Ex-president

• Ex-girlfriend

• Ex-employee

• Ex-husband

• Ex-student

• Exhale

• Exonerate

• Exfoliate

• Extinguish

• Expel

9. Fore- (meaning "before" or "ahead"):

• Foresee

• Forecast

• Forefront

• Forewarn

• Forefather

• Foreground

• Foremost

• Foreplay

• Foreknowledge

• Foreword

10. In- (meaning "not" or "in" or "into"):

• Inactive

• Inaccurate

• Incomplete

• Indecisive

• Inhale

• Inbound

• Inflexible

• Insert

• Inflate

• Infect

11. Inter- (meaning "between" or "among"):

• Interact

• Intercontinental

• Interpersonal

• Interfere

• Interconnected

• Intervene

• Intercept

• Intermediate

• Intertwine

• Interview

13. Mis- (meaning "wrong" or "incorrect"):

• Misunderstand

• Misbehave

• Mislead

• Misplace

• Mismatch

• Misinterpret

• Misfire

• Misjudge

• Misprint

• Misquote

14. Non- (meaning "not" or "without"):

• Nonexistent

• Nonprofit

• Nonsense

• Nonverbal

• Nondescript

• Nonfiction

• Nonrenewable

• Nonchalant

• Nonessential

• Nonconformist

15. Over- (meaning "excessive" or "above"):

• Overload

• Overcome

• Overreact

• Overestimate

• Overstay

• Overwhelm

• Overpower

• Overindulge

• Overcharge

• Overcomplicate

16. Post- (meaning "after" or "later"):

• Postpone

• Postwar

• Postgraduate

• Postmortem

• Postscript

• Postdate

• Posthumous

• Postpone

• Postnatal

• Postmodern

17. Pre- (meaning "before" or "prior to"):

• Preorder

• Prepay

• Prearrange

• Precook

• Pretest

• Preschool

• Preview

• Precede

• Preempt

• Prehistoric

18. Pro- (meaning "for" or "in favor of"):

• Protect

• Promote

• Proactive

• Propose

• Propel

• Proclaim

• Proponent

• Prosecute

• Provoke

• Profess

19. Re- (meaning "again" or "back"):

• Rebuild

• Reread

• Reconnect

• Reapply

• Revisit

• Reevaluate

• Reconsider

• Reunite

• Recharge

• Reclaim

20. Semi- (meaning "half" or "partial"):

• Semifinal

• Semiconscious

• Semiautomatic

• Semiformal

• Semisoft

• Semidetached

• Semiskilled

• Semiannual

• Semiconductors

• Semitransparent

21. Sub- (meaning "under" or "below"):

• Submarine

• Subpar

• Submerge

• Subtitle

• Subordinate

• Subcontract

• Subdue

• Substandard

• Suburb

• Subway

22. Super- (meaning "above" or "beyond"):

• Superhero

• Supernatural

• Supercharge

• Superimpose

• Superhighway

• Supervise

• Superstar

• Supersize

• Supersonic

• Superbowl

23. Trans- (meaning "across" or "beyond"):

• Transfer

• Transform

• Transmit

• Transcribe

• Transparent

• Transplant

• Transatlantic

• Transgender

• Transcontinental

• Transcend

24. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Triangle

• Tricycle

24. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Triangle

• Tricycle

• Trilingual

• Tripod

• Trisect

• Trilateral

• Trifold

• Trillion

• Trilogy

• Triathlon

25. Ultra- (meaning "beyond" or "extreme"):

• Ultraviolet

• Ultrafast

• Ultramodern

• Ultrasonic

• Ultra-wealthy

• Ultra-high

• Ultrasound

• Ultralight

• Ultrafine

• Ultrahigh-frequency

26. Under- (meaning "below" or "less than"):

• Underestimate

• Underground

• Underprivileged

• Understaffed

• Undercut

• Underperform

• Underdeveloped

• Undercooked

• Understudy

• Underweight

27. Uni- (meaning "one" or "single"):

• Unicycle

• Unilateral

• Unique

• Unison

• Unity

• Universe

• Uniform

• Unibrow

• Unicycle

• Unisex

28. Up- (meaning "upward" or "increase"):

• Upstairs

• Upgrade

• Uphill

• Upbeat

• Uplift

• Upturn

• Upstream

• Upward

• Uprising

• Upstage

29. With- (meaning "against" or "opposed to"):

• Withdraw

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withhold

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withhold

• Withstand

• Withhold

• Withstand

30. Bi- (meaning "two" or "double"):

• Bicycle

• Bilingual

• Bipolar

• Binoculars

• Biannual

• Biodegradable

• Bifocal

• Biweekly

• Biennial

• Biome

31. Circum- (meaning "around" or "surrounding"):

• Circumference

• Circumvent

• Circumstance

• Circumnavigate

• Circumflex

• Circumstantial

• Circumscribe

• Circumspect

• Circumstance

• Circumferential

32. Counter- (meaning "opposite" or "against"):

• Counteract

• Counterbalance

• Counterfeit

• Counterclockwise

• Counterproductive

• Counterpoint

• Counterproposal

• Counterstrike

• Countervail

• Counterargument

33. Hyper- (meaning "excessive" or "beyond"):

• Hyperactive

• Hypersensitive

• Hypertension

• Hyperbole

• Hyperventilate

• Hyperextend

• Hypercritical

• Hyperglycemia

• Hyperlink

• Hyperrealistic

34. Hypo- (meaning "under" or "less"):

• Hypothermia

• Hypoallergenic

• Hypoglycemia

• Hypodermic

• Hypothesize

• Hypocritical

• Hypothesis

• Hypotension

• Hypothetical

• Hypocenter

35. In- (meaning "not" or "lack of"):

• Inactive

• Inaccurate

• Incomplete

• Indecisive

• Inhale

• Inbound

• Inflexible

• Insert

• Inflate

• Infect

36. Macro- (meaning "large" or "long"):

• Macroscopic

• Macroevolution

• Macrocosm

• Macroclimate

• Macromolecule

• Macroeconomics

• Macrophotography

• Macroscopic

• Macronutrient

• Macroeconomic

37. Micro- (meaning "small" or "tiny"):

• Microscopic

• Microbiology

• Microcosm

• Microchip

• Microorganism

• Microbe

• Microbrewery

• Microclimate

• Microfiber

• Microprocessor

38. Neo- (meaning "new" or "recent"):

• Neoclassical

• Neo-Nazi

• Neoliberal

• Neolithic

• Neoconservative

• Neonatal

• Neophyte

• Neorealism

• Neocolonialism

• Neoliberalism

39. Tele- (meaning "distant" or "remote"):

• Telecommunication

• Television

• Telecast

• Telepathy

• Teleconference

• Teleport

• Telemetry

• Telemarketing

• Telephoto

• Telethon

40. Tri- (meaning "three" or "triple"):

• Tricolor

• Tricycle

• Trilateral

• Trilingual

• Triathlon

• Triceratops

• Trigonometry

• Trisomy

• Triplicate

• Triumvirate











40 common suffixes in alphabetical order along with 10 word examples for each:

1. -able (capable of):

• Portable

• Adorable

• Comfortable

• Reliable

• Desirable

• Valuable

• Remarkable

• Manageable

• Understandable

• Presentable

2. -al (relating to):

• Cultural

• Natural

• Emotional

• Functional

• Personal

• Regional

• Social

• Historical

• Professional

• Technical

3. -ed (past tense or past participle):

• Walked

• Played

• Jumped

• Talked

• Created

• Developed

• Examined

• Celebrated

• Accepted

• Confused

4. -er (one who):

• Teacher

• Writer

• Singer

• Dancer

• Doctor

• Engineer

• Baker

• Player

• Speaker

• Designer

5. -est (superlative form):

• Tallest

• Fastest

• Strongest

• Biggest

• Brightest

• Smartest

• Fanciest

• Richest

• Quietest

• Coolest

6. -ful (full of):

• Beautiful

• Wonderful

• Joyful

• Peaceful

• Playful

• Colorful

• Grateful

• Careful

• Powerful

• Resourceful

7. -ic (relating to or characteristic of):

• Romantic

• Scientific

• Historic

• Economic

• Fantastic

• Dramatic

• Specific

• Athletic

• Electric

• Realistic

8. -ing (present participle or gerund):

• Running

• Singing

• Dancing

• Playing

• Reading

• Writing

• Talking

• Laughing

• Cooking

• Sleeping

9. -ion (action or state):

• Information

• Communication

• Observation

• Inspiration

• Decision

• Solution

• Discussion

• Conclusion

• Revision

• Transformation

10. -ism (belief or ideology):

• Capitalism

• Socialism

• Racism

• Feminism

• Activism

• Buddhism

• Atheism

• Humanism

• Patriotism

• Environmentalism

11. -ist (one who practices or specializes in):

• Scientist

• Artist

• Dentist

• Optimist

• Pianist

• Pharmacist

• Journalist

• Psychologist

• Biologist

• Economist

12. -ity (quality or state of):

• Creativity

• Stability

• Flexibility

• Diversity

• Equality

• Sensitivity

• Integrity

• Authenticity

• Curiosity

• Prosperity

13. -ize (to make or become):

• Organize

• Analyze

• Recognize

• Utilize

• Specialize

• Modernize

• Energize

• Maximize

• Customize

• Visualize

14. -less (without):

• Fearless

• Endless

• Homeless

• Helpless

14. -less (without):

• Fearless

• Endless

• Homeless

• Helpless

• Breathless

• Sleepless

• Careless

• Speechless

• Priceless

• Tireless

15. -ly (in the manner of):

• Quickly

• Happily

• Carefully

• Loudly

• Quietly

• Slowly

• Softly

• Gently

• Angrily

• Honestly

16. -ment (action or process):

• Development

• Movement

• Improvement

• Assessment

• Achievement

• Placement

• Statement

• Treatment

• Agreement

• Judgment

17. -ness (state or quality of):

• Happiness

• Kindness

• Sadness

• Boldness

• Fairness

• Cleverness

• Sweetness

• Openness

• Laziness

• Sharpness

18. -ous (full of or having):

• Delicious

• Famous

• Courageous

• Mysterious

• Fabulous

• Generous

• Curious

• Glorious

• Dangerous

• Marvelous

19. -ship (state or quality of being):

• Friendship

• Leadership

• Citizenship

• Partnership

• Scholarship

• Ownership

• Relationship

• Sponsorship

• Apprenticeship

• Fellowship

20. -th (state or condition):

• Length

• Strength

• Width

• Depth

• Growth

• Health

• Wealth

• Warmth

• Youth

• Truth

21. -tion (state or act of):

• Action

• Reaction

• Transition

• Exploration

• Invitation

• Calculation

• Promotion

• Extraction

• Presentation

• Reflection

22. -ward (in the direction of):

• Forward

• Backward

• Upward

• Downward

• Toward

• Onward

• Eastward

• Westward

• Homeward

• Inward

23. -y (characterized by):

• Happy

• Rainy

• Windy

• Cloudy

• Sleepy

• Greedy

• Shiny

• Hairy

• Messy

• Salty

24. -able (capable of):

• Teachable

• Drinkable

• Breakable

• Washable

• Readable

• Changeable

• Marketable

• Collectible

• Manageable

• Memorable

25. -er (comparative form):

• Taller

• Faster

• Smarter

• Stronger

• Bigger

• Brighter

• Happier

• Richer

• Quieter

• Cooler

26. -able (worthy or capable of):

• Respectable

• Notable

• Adaptable

• Reliable

• Remarkable

• Irresistible

• Desirable

• Inevitable

• Comfortable

• Sustainable

27. -dom (state or quality of):

• Freedom

• Wisdom

• Kingdom

• Random

• Martyrdom

• Serfdom

• Stardom

• Fiefdom

• Christendom

• Slavedom

28. -esque (resembling or characteristic of):

• Picturesque

• Grotesque

• Burlesque

• Kafkaesque

• Romanesque

• Statuesque

• Picturesques

• Arabesque

• Calques

• Obesque

29. -ful (full of or characterized by):

• Grateful

• Colorful

• Beautiful

• Successful

• Joyful

• Powerful

• Thoughtful

• Cheerful

• Resourceful

• Playful

30. -hood (state or condition):

• Childhood

• Brotherhood

• Motherhood

• Adulthood

• Parenthood

• Priesthood

• Neighborhood

• Womanhood

• Knighthood

• Parenthood

31. -ify (to make or become):

• Simplify

• Intensify

• Beautify

• Amplify

• Purify

• Clarify

• Diversify

• Fortify

• Justify

• Modify

32. -ing (action or process):

• Running

• Singing

• Dancing

• Talking

• Reading

• Writing

• Swimming

• Cooking

• Painting

• Sleeping

33. -ism (doctrine, belief, or condition):

• Capitalism

• Socialism

• Communism

• Buddhism

• Feminism

• Racism

• Atheism

• Altruism

• Nationalism

• Individualism

34. -ist (one who practices or specializes in):

• Artist

• Scientist

• Dentist

• Optimist

• Pianist

• Botanist

• Linguist

• Violinist

• Nutritionist

• Geologist

35. -ity (quality or state of):

• Quality

• Integrity

• Serenity

• Creativity

• Reality

• Universality

• Curiosity

• Flexibility

• Authenticity

• Generosity

36. -ize (to make or become):

• Organize

• Analyze

• Energize

• Maximize

• Visualize

• Socialize

• Utilize

• Harmonize

• Modernize

• Specialize

37. -less (without or lacking):

• Endless

• Fearless

• Homeless

• Helpless

• Careless

• Tireless

• Ruthless

• Useless

• Senseless

• Penniless

38. -logy (study or science of):

• Biology

• Psychology

• Geology

• Anthropology

• Sociology

• Theology

• Card

38. -logy (study or science of):

• Biology

• Psychology

• Geology

• Anthropology

• Sociology

• Theology

• Cardiology

• Dermatology

• Astronomy

• Neurology

39. -ment (action or process):

• Development

• Improvement

• Adjustment

• Movement

• Assessment

• Treatment

• Management

• Employment

• Achievement

• Agreement

40. -ness (state or quality of):

• Happiness

• Kindness

• Sadness

• Sweetness

• Darkness

• Firmness

• Gentleness

• Laziness

• Cleanness

• Politeness



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