Infixes in English (42)



Word Meaning
-cir- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets the cardiovascular system
-mu- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -mul-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-pr- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -pro-, used for ease of pronunciation before all source affixes but -xi- and -zu-
-fu- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -fung-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-ne- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -ner-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-bac- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets a bacterium
-me- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -mel-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-os- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets bone
-co- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -col-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-tum- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets a tumor not covered by one of the suffixes -col-, -mel-, -mar-, -got-, -gov-, -pr-/-pro-, or that targets a combination of such tumors
-ki- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -kin-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-lim- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that is an immunomodulator
-li- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -lim-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-got- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets testicular tumors
-mel- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets melanomas
-bloody- (British
slang
) An intensifier.
-pro- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets prostate tumors
-zu- (pharmacology) a humanized monoclonal antibody
-tu- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -tum-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-nil- (chemistry) Used in the systematic element names of elements, standing for a 0 in the atomic number.
-mul- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets the muscoskeletal system
-vi- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -vir-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-fung- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets a fungus
-go- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affixes -got- and -gov-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-xizu- (pharmacology) a hybrid monoclonal antibody, derived from both chimeric and humanized sources
-les- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets an infectious lesion
-col- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets colon tumors
-ba- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -bac-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-ci- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -cir-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation
-iz- (slang) An intensifier.
-fucking- (vulgar) An intensifier.
-tox- (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -toxa-, used for ease of pronunciation before all source affixes but -xi- and -zu-
-toxa- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets a toxin
-ner- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets the nervous system
-mar- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets mammary tumors
-gov- (pharmacology) a monoclonal antibody that targets ovarian tumors
-a- Connective infix used in forming compounds, often no longer carrying a distinct meaning.
-a- Connective infix encountered in loanwords and phrases, generally no longer carrying a distinct meaning.
-a- (chemistry) Replacing carbon especially in a ring.
-a- (pharmacology) A monoclonal antibody derived from a rat.
-axo- (pharmacology) a hybrid monoclonal antibody, derived from both rat and murine sources
-xi- (pharmacology) a chimeric monoclonal antibody, derived from both human and murine sources

Note: these words have been obtained from Wiktionary and have been classified and improved through automated computer linguistics processes.

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  • #1 List of words containing infixes.
    Written by: Nesely Ybasco on 12/03/2019

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