Words that start with prefix pre?
According to http://www.answers.com/pre-, it comes from the Latin prefix prae-, from prae, before, in front.
Words starting with pre - (prefix): precursor prejudge prelude premed premix prenatal prenuptial presort presume preteen Words beginning with pre, (not a prefix): preach preen press pressure
preheat precook prehistoric preschool preview
No, a prefix is a word that goes on the start of a word e.g. pre- in preschool
The prefix "pre" basically means before. A prefix comes before the base word, preschool is a place for lessons before you start school, precognition is knowing something before it happens.
There are many and I do not now them all, but here are a two premature and prenatal.
The prefix for preparing is pre- (This goes for prefix too, as the prefix of prefix IS pre-)
Pre-Fix, Pre-cook, PRE-BAKE,
Pre- The prefix for prefix is pre; because it's before the root word fix.
What are some words that begin with the prefix pre
a prefix is something that comes before the word. for instance precook, pre is the prefix. ====== The 'pre' in 'prefix' is also a prefix.
preschool premature pre-game pre-owned pre-historic
"pre- " is the prefix of prefix
Pre: A prefix that means before is pre. For example words like premonition (previous warning or notice. i.e. The psychic had a premonition of her own surprise party). The prefix pre- means before. Examples: Predate Preheat Premature Premonition Prepaid Prepare Preschool Preteen Pretrial Prevent The prefix pre- means before. You can easily see that in the word prefix.
preheat precook prehistoric preschool preview... and of course, prefix, among countless others. Go to the link for Words Containing Pre and scroll down to those beginning with pre.
The prefix pre means means before.
Of course, it would be pre- because pre- means the word before the actual word and the word before the actual word in prefix is pre-.
It has the prefix pre- (pre-treat), meaning "before."
As the pre prefix means 'before' then there are many words which either exist or could be made-up. Such examples are listed below. preponderance, preposition, prepotent, presentable, preside, presidency, presumable, prevalent, pre-emption, predecessor, presuppose, prefix, prepubescent, etc
The prefix of the word prefix is pre. Pre would mean before. As most know, a prefix is at the BEGINNING, and a suffix is at the END. Just the word prefix should have given it away. -MaximinePenguinTIME!
The prefix to the word 'prepared' is 'pre-' 'pre-' means to come before something. The word 'prefix has the same meaning.
The prefix of preschool is pre.
"Pre" is the prefix of "predict".
The prefix for prejudice is pre.
No, preserve does not have a prefix. A prefix is an addon to a regular word like prefix itself. PRE and FIX. you can't do this to all words. Em1/?zyx
A prefix goes at the beginning of a word. Hence the pre in prefix.
The prefix of precise is pre-. This prefix means before.
commotion, vandalism, beautiful, submarine The word "prefix" has a prefix because pre- is a prefix (it means before, so something you are adding before a word).
there isnt one. prefixes are words prefounded, the pre is a PREfixe. pre means before.
pre- prefix presuppose
No, pretty is not a prefix. Pre doesn't really have a prefix either.
The whole word, prepare, is not a prefix. Part of it -- pre -- is a prefix.
The prefix 'pre' means before, preceding (coming before), or previously (happened before).
pepare pretold pretend
pretest, prenatal, pretrial, preschool.
The prefix pre- means "before". I'm not aware of any suffix -pre. there isn't any prefix right now!
Indifferent, instant and insanity all start with the prefix -in. Sometimes the prefix in means not or on, depending on the word.
Words that start with the prefix holy include: holystone holyday holytide
Some words that start with the prefix 'quad' are quadrangle, quadruple, and quadruplets.
Using the prefix pre to mean after is a false statement. The prefix pre means before, pregame means before the game.
"pre" means "before."
Yes, it does. The word prefix has the prefix pre- in it, meaning before (a time or event). Why it has the prefix is because " pre " means before. Prefixes are attached at the beginning of the root word [ word root, some prefer to say ].
The prefix is pre as in preflight.
There is no prefix for math except pre-algebra
the prefix for presidential is pre and the suffix is ial
preach preamp precis preens prefab prefer prefix prelim premed premix prepay preset presto pretty prewar preyed preyer
Knowing and understanding prefixes and suffixes can help you understand the meanings of words better. For example, words that start with 'pre' or 'fore' usually have something to do with 'before', such as 'precede' or 'forecast'.