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path
Greek root that means "feeling", "emotion", "suffer", or "disease"
empathy
to experience another's feelings as if they were your own
apathy
without feeling
empathize
to be in the feelings of another and to feel those feelings deeply
pathetic
arousing feelings of pity
pathogen
something that produces diseases
pathologist
a doctor who specializes in the causes and nature of disease
pathos
a quality in a situation that arouses a feeling of pity or sadness
sym, syn
Greek prefix that means "together" or "with"
sympathy
sharing with a person's feeling of sorrow or trouble
symbol
something that is "thrown together" with - or stands for- something else
symmetric
having the same or similar measurements to (with) something else
symptom
something that "falls together with" something else, that is, it is a sign of something
synchronize
to make one thing happen with another, or to make them happen at the same time
syntax
how words or phrases are "arranged with" each other
synthetic
combined with other things to make something new or produced artifically