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English word amelia comes from English a-, English -ia, Ancient Greek μέλος.

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Amelia detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
a- English (eng) (no longer productive) Away from. [First attested from around 1150 to 1350.] (no longer productive) forming words with the sense of wholly, or utterly out[First attested from around 1150 to 1350.] (no longer productive) Of, from. [First attested prior to 1150.] Not, without, opposite of. (no longer productive) Towards; Used to indicate direction, reduction to, increase to, change into, or [...]
-ia English (eng) Used in forming plurals of nouns in -ium and -ion. Used in forming names of countries, diseases, flowers, and rarely collections of things (such as militaria, deletia).
μέλος Ancient Greek (grc)
amelia English (eng) (pathology) The congenital absence of one or more limbs.

Words with the same origin as amelia

Descendants of a-
abe ace adrift afar afloat ahold arouse ashore aside asleep
Descendants of μέλος