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fer
Latin root means "to bear, to carry"
transfer
to move up or carry from one place or person to another
suffer
to bear up under pain
infer
to arrive at a conclusion by reasoning
reference
a specific mention of
conifer
a cone-bearing tree
defer
to submit to another's wishes
referee
one carrying the final authority in a game
Lucifer
"light bearing"fallen rebel archangel; the Devil
fertile
bearing fruit in great quantities
mon- mono-
Greek prefix means "one"
monotone
having one pitch
monogram
a single design made up of a person's initials
monotony
a lack of variety; sameness
monologue
a speaking performance by one person
monopoly
the control of many businesses by one company
monarchy
a nation governed by a king or queen
-able -ible
Latin suffixes mean "able to be"
visible
able to be seen
accessible
able to be reached or gotten to
audible
able to be heard
corruptible
able to be ruined or spoiled
responsible
able to be trusted; reliable
digestible
able to be taken into the body's system
sensible
able to use good judgement
possible
able to exist, occur, be done
convertible
able to be changed into something else
credible
can be believed
terrible
able to cause terror; awful; horrible
edible
can be eaten
considerable
notable; important in size or worth
durable
lasting; not easily broken
capable
having ability; skillful
manageable
easy to guide or control; cooperative
portable
able to be moved from place to place
remarkable
unusual or extraordinary
reliable
trustworthy; able to be counted on
noticeable
likely to attract attention