epi- definition

  • prefix:
    • On; upon: epiphyte.
    • Over; above: epicenter.
    • across: epicarp.
    • near to; near: epicalyx.
    • Besides: epiphenomenon.
    • After: epilogue.
    • above, over, on, as well as.
    • On; upon: epiphyte.
    • On; upon: epiphyte.
    • Over; above: epicenter.
    • Over; above: epicenter.
    • over: epicarp.
    • near to; near: epicalyx.
    • Besides: epiphenomenon.
    • After: epilogue.
    • overhead, over, on, as well as.
    • Around: epicarp.
    • Close to; near: epicalyx.
    • Besides: epiphenomenon.
    • After: epilogue.
    • above, over, on, and.
    • On; upon: epiphyte.
    • Over; above: epicenter.
    • Around: epicarp.
    • near; near: epicalyx.
    • Besides: epiphenomenon.
    • After: epilogue.
    • above, over, on, besides.
  • others:
    • A prefix, indicating upon, beside, among, on the exterior, above, over. It becomes ep-before a vowel, as with epoch, and eph-before a Greek aspirate, like in ephemeral.
    • A prefix, indicating upon, beside, among, on the outside, above, over. It becomes ep-before a vowel, such as epoch, and eph-before a Greek aspirate, as in ephemeral.
    • A prefix, indicating upon, beside, among, on the outside, above, over. It becomes ep-before a vowel, such as epoch, and eph-before a Greek aspirate, like in ephemeral.
    • A prefix, indicating upon, beside, among, on the exterior, above, over. It becomes ep-before a vowel, as in epoch, and eph-before a Greek aspirate, like in ephemeral.
  • noun:
    • A light slender finial of steel or terracotta, ornamenting the extremities or intersections of roof-ridges or forming the cancellation of a pointed roof or spire.
    • A prefix (before a vowel ep-, before the harsh respiration eph-) of Greek origin, signifying mostly ‘upon, on,’ and variously implying place on, motion to or toward, addition to (another or subordinate kind). Start to see the etymology.
    • a self-report character stock according to Hans Eysenck's element analysis of personality which assumes three basic elements (the 2 key being extraversion to introversion and neuroticism)
    • A light slender finial of steel or terracotta, ornamenting the extremities or intersections of roof-ridges or creating the cancellation of a pointed roofing or spire.
    • A prefix (before a vowel ep-, prior to the harsh breathing eph-) of Greek origin, signifying mostly ‘upon, on,’ and variously implying place on, motion to or toward, addition to (a moment or subordinate type). Start to see the etymology.
    • a self-report personality stock centered on Hans Eysenck's aspect evaluation of personality which assumes three basic facets (both most significant becoming extraversion to introversion and neuroticism)
    • A light slender finial of metal or terracotta, ornamenting the extremities or intersections of roof-ridges or developing the termination of a pointed roofing or spire.
    • A prefix (before a vowel ep-, before the rough breathing eph-) of Greek origin, signifying primarily ‘upon, on,’ and variously implying position on, motion to or toward, addition to (a second or subordinate form). See the etymology.
    • a self-report personality stock predicated on Hans Eysenck's factor analysis of character which assumes three basic aspects (the two important being extraversion to introversion and neuroticism)
    • A light slender finial of material or terracotta, ornamenting the extremities or intersections of roof-ridges or creating the termination of a pointed roofing or spire.
    • A prefix (before a vowel ep-, before the rough breathing eph-) of Greek origin, signifying primarily ‘upon, on,’ and variously implying position on, motion to or toward, addition to (a second or subordinate form). See the etymology.
    • a self-report character stock based on Hans Eysenck's aspect evaluation of personality which assumes three basic facets (both key being extraversion to introversion and neuroticism)

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