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    Word Matrix: Galact

    Word Matrix: Galact

    <galact>
    “milk, milky” from Greek gala (genitive galaktos, stem galakt-) “milk”

    Word Sums

    Galact + ic -> galactic
    Extra + Galact + ic -> extragalactic
    inter + Galact + ic -> intergalactic
    intra + Galact + ic -> intragalactic
    meta + Galact + ic -> metagalactic
    pan + Galact + ic -> pangalactic
    trans + Galact + ic -> transgalactic
    Galact + o + Cent(e)r + ic -> galactocentric
    Galact + ic + a -> galactica
    Galact + ic + al -> galactical

    Galact + i + a -> galactia
    a + Galact + i + a -> agalactia
    Galact + o + G(e)n(e) -> galactogen
    Galact + o + G(e)n(e) + s -> galactogens
    Galact + o + G(e)n(e) + ic -> galactogenic
    Galact + o + G(e)n(e) + ese + is -> galactogenesis
    Galact + o + Poi + ese + is -> galactopoiesis
    Galact + o + Poi + ete + ic -> galactopoietic
    Galact + o + Rrh + e + a -> galactorrhea
    Galact + o + Rrh + e + a + s -> galactorrheas
    a + Galact + o + Rrh + e + a -> agalactorrhea
    ‪Galact + ose + Eme + i + a‬ -> galactosemia
    Galact + ose + Eme + i + a‬ + s -> galactosemias
    Galact + ose + Eme + ic‬ -> galactosemic

    Galact + o + Gram -> galactogram
    Galact + o + Gram + s -> galactograms
    Galact + o + Graph -> galactograph
    Galact + o + Graph + s -> galactographs
    Galact + o + Graph + y -> galactography
    Galact + o + Graph + y + es -> galactographies
    Galact + o + Graph + er -> galactographer
    Galact + o + Graph + er + s -> galactographers
    Galact + o + Graph + ic -> galactographic
    Galact + o + Met(e)r -> galactometer
    Galact + o + Met(e)r + s -> galactometers

    Galact + ase -> galactase
    Galact + ose -> galactose
    Galact + ose + s -> galactoses
    Galact + ose + ide -> galactoside
    Galact + ose + ide + s ->galactosides
    Galact + ose + ide + ase -> galactosidase
    Galact + ose + ide + ase + s -> galactosidases
    Galact + ose + yl -> galactosyl
    Galact + ose + yl + s -> galactosyls
    Galact + o + Cere + Am(e) + ide -> galactoceramide
    Galact + o + Cere + Am(e) + ide + s -> galactoceramides
    Galact + ose + yl + Cere + Am(e) + ide + ase -> galactosylceramidase
    Galact + ose + yl + Cere + Am(e) + ide + ase + s -> galactosylceramidases
    Galact + ose + Am(e) + ine -> galactosamine
    Galact + ose + Am(e) + ine + s -> galactosamines

    Galact + o + Cele -> galactocele
    Galact + o + Cele + s -> galactoceles
    Galact + o + Cerebr + ose + ide -> galactocerebroside
    Galact + o + Cerebr + ose + ide + s -> galactocerebrosides
    Galact + o + Cerebr + ose + ide + ase -> galactocerebrosidase
    Galact + o + Cerebr + ose + ide + ase + s -> galactocerebrosidases
    Galact + o + con + Juge + ate -> galactoconjugate
    Galact + o + con + Juge + ate + s ->galactoconjugates
    Galact + o + Fure + an -> galactofuran
    Galact + o + Fure + an + s -> galactofurans
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose -> galactofuranose
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose + s -> galactofuranoses
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose + ide -> galactofuranoside
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose + ide + s -> galactofuranosides
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose + yl -> galactofuranosyl
    Galact + o + Fure + an + ose + yl + s -> galactofuranosyls
    Galact + o + Gluce + an -> galactoglucan
    Galact + o + Gluce + an + s -> galactoglucans
    Galact + o + Gluce + o + Mann + an -> galactoglucomannan
    Galact + o + Gluce + o + Mann + an + s -> galactoglucomannans
    Galact + o + Glycere + o + Lipe + id -> galactoglycerolipid
    Galact + o + Glycere + o + Lipe + id + s -> galactoglycerolipids
    Galact + o + Glyc + o + Prot(e) + e + in -> galactoglycoprotein
    Galact + o + Glyc + o + Prot(e) + e + in + s -> galactoglycoproteins
    Galact + o + Kine + ase -> galactokinase
    Galact + o + Kine + ase + s -> galactokinases
    Galact + o + Lipe + id -> galactolipid
    Galact + o + Lipe + id + s -> galactolipids
    Galact + o + Mann + an -> galactomannan
    Galact + o + Mann + an + s -> galactomannans
    Galact + o + Nojiri + Myce + in -> galactonojirimycin
    Galact + o + Nojiri + Myce + in + s-> galactonojirimycins
    Galact + o + Olig + o + Sacchare + ide -> galactooligosaccharide
    Galact + o + Olig + o + Sacchare + ide + s -> galactooligosaccharides
    Galact + o + Prot(e) + e + in -> galactoprotein
    Galact + o + Prot(e) + e + in + s -> galactoproteins
    Galact + o + Pyre + an + ose -> galactopyranose
    Galact + o + Pyre + an + ose + s -> galactopyranoses
    Galact + o + Pyre + an + ose + ide -> galactopyranoside
    Galact + o + Pyre + an + ose + ide + s -> galactopyranosides
    Galact + o + Siale + id + osis -> galactosialidosis
    Galact + o + Siale + id + esis -> galactosialidoses
    Galact + o + Sphinge + o + Lipe + id -> galactosphingolipid
    Galact + o + Sphinge + o + Lipe + id + s -> galactosphingolipids
    Galact + o + Sucr + ose -> galactosucrose
    Galact + o + Walden + ase -> galactowaldenase
    Phos(e) + Pho + Galact + o + iso + Mer(e) + ase -> phosphogalactoisomerase

    Morphemes

    galact: milk, milky
    -s: forming plural of noun

    a-: not, without
    -a: forming a noun [adopted unchanged from classical Latin or Greek]
    -am(e): amide [from ammonia + -ide]
    -amine: compound in which one of the hydrogen atoms of ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon radical [Am(e) + ine]
    -an: of or pertaining to
    -ase: used to form the names of enzymes
    -ate: word-forming element used in forming nouns
    cele: tumor, rupture, hernia
    cent(e)r: middle point
    cere: wax, waxy
    cerebr: brain, of the brain
    con: with, together
    -e-: connecting vowel
    eme: blood
    -emia: word-forming element in pathology meaning “condition of the blood” [Eme + i + a]
    -er: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
    -ese: word-forming element meaning “belonging to” or “originating in”
    -esis: condition, action, or process [ese + is]
    -ete: word-forming element meaning “belonging to” or “originating in”
    -etic: word-forming element meaning “pertaining to,” forms adjectives derived from nouns ending in -esis [ete + ic]
    extra: outside, except, beyond
    fure: bran, from furfural, “a heterocyclic aldehyde derivative of furan, which is obtained commercially from bran,” from Latin furfur “bran”
    g(e)n(e): something produced, thing that produces or causes
    gluce: sweet
    glyc: sweet
    glycere: sweet
    gram: word, letter
    graph: instrument for recording; that which writes, marks, or describes; something written; to draw, represent by lines drawn
    -i-: connecting vowel
    ic: forming an adjective that denotes relating to
    -id: forming an adjectives
    -ide: word-forming element used to coin names for simple compounds of one element with another element or radical
    -in: word-forming element in chemistry
    -ine: word-forming element in chemistry commonly used to form words for derived substances [see also -in]
    inter-: between, amid, among, during, within, mutual, reciprocal
    intra-: inside, within, interior, during
    -is: Latin singular suffix
    iso-: equal
    juge: yoke, join
    kine: move
    lipe: fat
    meta-: after, behind; among, between; changed, altered; higher, beyond
    mann: edible substance, literally “substance exuded by the tamarisk tree”
    mer(e): part, share
    met(e)r: measure, device or instrument for measuring
    myce: fungus, mushroom
    -mycin: word-forming element in science, used to form names of antibiotic compounds derived from fungi [Myce + in]
    nojiri: biochemical name used only with the antibiotic — produced by some strains of Streptomyces isolated from soil in Lake Nojiri, Japan — inhibits glucosidases
    -o-: connecting vowel
    olig-: few, small
    -ose: used to form the names of sugars
    -oses: plural of -osis
    -osis: denoting a pathology or disease
    pan-: all
    pho: bear, carry [clip of phore]
    phos(e): light
    poi: make, create, produce
    prot(e): first, primary
    rrh: flow, flow through
    rrhea: flow [rrh + e + a]
    pyre: fire
    sacchare: sugar
    siale: spittle, saliva
    sphinge: squeeze, bind
    sucr: sugar
    trans: across, beyond, through, on the other side of, to go beyond
    walden: chemistry term named after chemist Paul Walden
    -y: quality, state, action, or entity
    -yl: chemical suffix used in forming names of radicals

    Relatives

    galaxy
    galaxies

    See also Word Matrix: Lact.

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