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1. ac- pref.

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2. after- pref.

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Verbal cpds.: (a) after- bending, the second bending, a bending back (of a bow); prob., the shaping process which gives the ends a curvature the reverse of that at the center; after- berende, bearing…

3. dis- pref.

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(a) In many verbs, verbal nouns, and verbal adjs. taken either from L or OF, dis- clearly has adversative or privitive force, as in disal(l)ouen, disavauntage, disavouen, discomfort, disconsolat,

4. ē̆- pref.(1)

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Prefix occurring only in words adopted from Latin or Old French, e.g. ējecciǒun, eloquence, eloquent, ērect, ēvicten, evidence.

5. mid adj. & pref.

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(a) Middle, mid-; mid strem, the middle of the stream; mid theigh (leg), the middle of the thigh (leg); in the mid se (sheld), in the middle of the sea (shield); in the mid side, ?in the middle; to

6. prō̆- pref.

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A common prefix in words derived from Latin or French; e.g., probleme, processionarie, progenitour, pronosticacioun, propugnacle, prosperite, provincial (nouns); profounde, prolixe, propicious,

7. sē̆mi- pref.

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Half: (a) in words of Latin (or OF from L) origin; e.g., in nouns: semibrefe, semidiametre, semiton; in adjectives: semicirculer, semicocte, semimature, semivif, semivocal; (b) in ME formations…

8. sub- pref.

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A prefix in words derived primarily from L, occ. from OF, or from both, often with its original meaning still discernible: (a) 'subordinate or inferior in rank' (in nouns): subcelerer,