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It is that from which the former, by the addition of a prefix, which gives emphasis to the meaning, is derived.
Read amled, as in Speght; of which enameled is a lengthened form, with the prefix en-.
In directing to any one who can claim any prefix, or addition, to his proper name do not omit to put that "republican title."
A point that deserves special notice at this place is the use of the prefix Hypo- (hypo-) in the names of keys.
He had just reached the time of life at which "young" is ceasing to be the prefix of "man" in speaking of one.
All these bear the same name, with the prefix of the dedicatory patron, Santa Ana.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Add bun to these terms, and they are made to have passed away,—prefix tah to them, and their future appearance is indicated.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
The prefix Pan is supposed to have some great and terrible significance.
Susie repeated the name with a lingering tone as though she liked the sound of the unusual prefix.
As a prefix, its meaning depends upon the fact whether the word attached to it be an adjective or a substantive.

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