Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book IV, Unit 12

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ultimate

surpassing all others; definitive

penultimate

just before the final; next to last

ultimatum

a demand or threat that is final

infinite

without beginning or end

definitive

defining for all others; standard

infinitesimal

extremely small; incalculably or immeasurably small

novel

new and different

novice

an inexperienced person; amateur

innovative

showing creativity and originality

primal

original; dating from the beginning of existence

primeval

extremely ancient; of earliest time

primacy

condition of being first in time or importance

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