Common Substances

dust: (G): conio-, -conis; (L): pulveri-, -puMs
fat: (G): -adeps, adipo-, (G): demo-, -demus; (G): lipo-, -llpus; (G): -piar, piaro-; (G): -pimela, pimelo-; (L): sebo-, -sebum; (G): -stear, steat-, steato-
flour: (G): aleuro-, -aleurum; (L): farin-, -farina
food: (G): bor-, -bora; (G): -broma, bromato-; (G): sltio-, sito-, -situs
glass: (G): hyalo-, -hyalus; (L): vitri-, -vitrum
glue: (G): -colla, collo-; (G): -glia, glio-; (L): -gluten, glutin-
honey: (G): -melis, melito-; (L): -mel, melli-
milk: (G): -gala, galacto-; (L): -lac, lacti-
rock: (L): lapid-, -lapis; (G): litho-, -lithus; (G): -petra, petro-; (L): rupi-, -rupis; (L): saxi-, -saxum
salt: (G): halo-, -hais; (L): -sal, sali-, salin-
silk: (L): bombyc-, -bombyx; (L): -ser, seri-, seric-
starch: (G): amylo-, -amylum, -amylus
water: (L): aqua-, -aqua, aquat-; (G): -hydor,--hydra, hydro-
wax: (L): ceri-, -cera; (G): cero-, -cerus
wool: (G): -lachna, lachno-, -lachnus; (G): -mallus, mallo-; (L): -lana, lani-
Types of Plants
fern: (G): pterido-, -pteris
fungus: (L): fungi-, -fungus; (G): -myces, myceto-, myco-
grain: (G): -chondrium, chondro-
grass: (L): -gramen, gramini-; (L): grani-, -granum; (G): -poa, poo-
moss: (G): bryo-, -bryum; (G): hypno-, -hypnum; (G): mnio-, -mnium
plant: (G): phyto-, -phytum
reed: (L): arundi-, -arundo; (G): calamo-, -calamus; (G): donaci-, -donax
shrub: (G): thamno-, -thamnus
tree: (L): arbor-, -arbor, arbore-; (G): dendro-, -dendron, -dendrum
vine: (G): ampelo-, -ampelus; (L): viti-, -vitis
wheat: (G): pyro-, -pyrum; (L): tritici-, -triticum

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