epi-

Prefix indicating something on, above or near. Epi-illumination is from above, epithelia cover (are on top of) other tissues.

Epi-

Epi-: Prefix taken from the Greek that means 'on, upon, at, by, near, over, on top of, toward, against, among.' As in epicanthal fold (a fold of skin that comes down across the inner angle, the canthus, of the eye; epicardium (a layer of fibrous tissue that surrounds the heart and the roots of the great blood vessels); episclera (a thin membrane on...
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Epi-

Ep'i- [ Greek 'epi` on, upon, to; akin to Sanskrit api besides, and probably to Latin ob to, before, on account of, and perhaps to English of , off .] A prefix, meaning upon , beside , among , on the outside , above , over . It become...
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epi-

Upon, following, or subsequent to. ... Origin: G. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Epi-

• A prefix, meaning upon, beside, among, on the outside, above, over. It becomes ep-before a vowel, as in epoch, and eph-before a Greek aspirate, as in ephemeral.
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epi-

Type: Term Pronunciation: ep′i Definitions: 1. Upon, following, or subsequent to.
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epi-

Prefix, above
Found on http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/choate/insectclass/glossary_terms.htm
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