The following is an alphabetical list of Greek and Latin roots, stems, and prefixes
commonly ... Root, Meaning in English, Origin language, Etymology (root origin),
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Tele- definition, a combining form meaning “distant,” especially “transmission
over a ... combining form representing Greek têle far, akin to télos end (see tele-<sup>2</sup>
Define tele: television — tele in a sentence. ... Origin and Etymology of tele-. New
Latin, from Greek tēle-, tēl-, from tēle far off — more at pale- ...
Define tele-. tele- synonyms, tele- pronunciation, tele- translation, English
dictionary ... tele-. A prefix that means "at a distance," as in telemetry. The
English. Etymology. From Ancient Greek τῆλε (têle, “at a distance, far
off, far away, far from”). ... Definition of tele - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary ...
tele- definition: Tele is defined as from a long distance. (prefix) An example of tele
used as a prefix is in the word telephone....
Greek and Latin Roots. ... Common Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words: Roots.
Root. Meaning. Examples. acer, acid, acri. bitter, sour, sharp. acerbic, acidity,
acrid ..... touch. tactile, contact, intact, intangible, tangible, contagious, contiguous
before vowels tel-, word-forming element meaning "far, far off, operating over
distance" (also, since c. 1940, "television"), from Greek tele-, combining form of
List words starting with tele. ... teleconferences · teleconferencing ·
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telephone. Tell students that the Greek root tele means “distant or far away.