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4.The main body or foundation of a word. noun suffix root prefix
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User: 4.The main body or foundation of a word. noun suffix root prefix

Weegy: The main body or foundation of a word is the root.
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User: 1.A noun can also function as an adjective true false

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A noun can also function as an adjective. True.
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Weegy: A noun can be used to modify another noun. That is, a noun can function as an adjective. True. For example Water pump - water is a noun that is functioning as an adjective to modify pump. (More)
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2.The root word 'odyn' means pain or distress
Weegy: Okay. What is the question? User: 3.The combining vowel is dropped when the root word or suffix added to the combining form begins with a vowel. (More)
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The root word "odyn" means pain or distress. TRUE.
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Abnormal enlargement of the liver is hepatomegaly.
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