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Liste griechischer Präfixe

Vorsilbe Griechisch Bedeutung Derivate
a-, an- (vor Vokalen) α’νἀ(v)- Verneinung: un-, ohne (Alpha privativum)
Verstärkung (Alpha intensivum)
anaerob, Analphabetismus, Anarchie, Anomalie, asynchron, Ataxie, Atheismus
in- (lat.), un- (dt.)
all-, allo- anders, verschieden, fremd, abweichend Allopathie, Allergie, Allorrhythmie
amphi-, ἆμφι zwischen, beide Richtungen Amphibium
ana-, an- ἀνά hinauf Anode
anti-, ant- ἀντί gegen, wider Antidot, Antonym
apo-, ap- ἀπό von, weg, ab Aphel, Apotheke
auto- αὐτό selbst Autogramm
deutero- δευτερο zweiter Deuterojesaja, Deuteronomium, Deuterium
di- δί- zwei Dimer, Dipol
dia- διά durch, hindurch Diagnose, Dialyse
dys- δύς miss-, schlecht Dystrophie, Dysfunktion
ek-, ex- ἔκ, ἔξ heraus Eklektizismus, Exodus
en- (em-) ἔν innen, innerhalb Empirie, Entropie
epi-, ep- ἐπί auf, darüber, hinzu, Epigraphie, Epizentrum
eso-, exo- ἔσο, ἔξο außen, außerhalb Esoterik, exotisch
eu-, ev- εὔ wohl-, gut Eutrophierung, Evangelium
hetero- ἕτερο verschieden Heterodoxie
homo- ὅμο gleich (in qualitativer Hinsicht) Homologie, homogen
hemi- ἑμί halb (in qualitativer Hinsicht) Hemisphäre
holo- ὅλο voll (in qualitativer Hinsicht) Holometabolie
homöo- ὁμοίο gleichartig Homöopathie
hyper- ὑπέρ über Hyperthermie, Hypertrophie
hypo- ὑπό unter Hypothermie, Hypothese, Hypotenuse
iso- ἴσο gleich (in quantitativer Hinsicht) Isobare, Isolinie, Isotropie
kata-, kat- κατά herab, entgegen Katarakt, Kathode
krypto- κρύπτο versteckt, verborgen Krypton, Kryptologie
mega- μέγα groß Megafon
meta-, met- μέτα hinter, mit Metaphysik, Methode
mikro- μίκρο- klein Mikroskop
mono- μόνο eins Monogamie, Monographie
ortho- ὄρθο recht-, richtig Orthographie
pan- παν gesamt, umfassend, alles Pansexuell
para- παρα- neben, bei; wider, gegen Paralyse, Parapsychologie
peri- περὶ um ... herum Peripherie
poly- πολὺ- viele Polygamie, Polyphonie
pro- προ vor Prognose
proto- πρότο erster Proto-Indoeuropäer, Proto-Keilschrift, Protosoziologie, Prototyp
pseudo- ψεύδο falsch Pseudonym
syn- (syl-, sym-, sy-) συμ zusammen Syllogismus, Symbol, Synode, System
tele- fern Telemetrie
tri- τρι drei Trigramm, Tritium
trito- τρίτο dritter Tritojesaja

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