variant of algo- as final element of a compound word:
denoting pain or a painful condition of the part specified neuralgia, odontalgia
from greek algos pain
suffix denoting “pain,” from gk. algos “pain,” algein “to feel pain,” of unknown origin. related to alegein “to care about,” originally “to feel pain.”
variant of -algia: c-xalgy.
a suffix occurring in scientific names from latin: borealis.
an adverbial suffix attached to certain adjectives with stems in -ic that have no forms ending in -ical: terrifically.
variant of -orama, occurring as the final element in compounds when the first element is a disyllable ending in – r, used so that the entire word maintains the same number of syllables as panorama, : rollerama; futurama. -ama related terms -rama
-amide also amide, in chemical use, 1850, denoting a compound obtained by replacing one hydrogen atom in ammonia with an element or radical, from fr. amide, from am(monia) + -ide; coined by fr. chemist charles-adolphe wurtz (1817-1884).