The prefix, "super," comes from the
Latin and means, "on top of," "beyond," and "beside." Nowadays,
however, the prefix also means, "higher in rank, quality or
degree" (e.g.: superstructure), "to a high degree or in excess"
(e.g.: superabundant), and "to express addition (e.g.:
Other words that have the same root
include, superb, superior and supervise. There are many others;
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