Common misspellings for prefix:

perfix, profics, prefrs, prefirace, prefice, charelvoix, prefes, reviex, refex, plavix, predics, prefex, prophix, farifax, proxi, previouc, cerivx, preffix, prefict, prefexes, profict, refax, grafix, prevacox, prefurs, proficy, refux, profike, nameprefix, profic, promixiy, preffict, prfice, refix, orefix, lrefix, 0refix, peefix, pdefix, pfefix, ptefix, p5efix, p4efix, prwfix, prsfix, prdfix, prrfix, pr4fix, pr3fix, previx, pregix, pretix, prerix, prefux, prefjx, prefkx, prefox, pref9x, pref8x, prefiz, prefic, prefid, oprefix, porefix, lprefix, plrefix, -prefix, p-refix, 0prefix, p0refix, perefix, preefix, pdrefix, prdefix, pfrefix, prfefix, ptrefix, prtefix, p5refix, pr5efix, p4refix, pr4efix, prwefix, prewfix, prsefix, presfix, predfix, prrefix, prerfix, pre4fix, pr3efix, pre3fix, prefdix, precfix, prefcix, prevfix, prefvix, pregfix, prefgix, pretfix, preftix, prefrix, prefuix, prefiux, prefjix, prefijx, prefkix, prefikx, prefoix, prefiox, pref9ix, prefi9x, pref8ix, prefi8x, prefizx, prefixz, preficx, prefixc, prefidx, prefixd, prefisx, prefixs, pefix, prfix, preix, prefx, prefi, rpefix, prfeix, preifx, prefxi, pprefix, prefiix, prefixx, xrefix, trefix, rrefix, qrefix, p2efix, pbefix, pzefix, pvefix, ppefix, psefix, prufix, prmfix, prafix, prgfix, prenix, prebix, prefyx, prefax, prefmx, prefhx, prefi8, prefih, prefip, prefiy, prefayex, prefeyex, pr efix, pre fix, pref ix, prefi x.

Usage examples for prefix

  1. It is indeed uncertain what this was, but Gesenius long ago rejected the idea that it was a stone, because there is no prefix to it, as there is to " shoham," which follows, and certainly is a precious stone.  Creation and Its Records by B.H. Baden-Powell
  2. In the evening they held a reception at the palace, when not only those persons who had the magic prefix von to their names were admitted, but deputations of citizens, merchants, and artisans were presented, the Queen praising their good manners afterwards.  Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, (Victoria) Vol II by Sarah Tytler
  3. Dawson, as you call him, he said, and he certainly has no claim to any prefix of politeness, is not a person with whom I will consent to arrange anything.  The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight by Elizabeth von Arnim
  4. Scud looked somewhat gratified with the prefix to his name, and regarded me with interest.  A Republic Without a President and Other Stories by Herbert Ward