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Latin roots, prefixes, suffixes, and words from lessons 21-23 in etymology class.

ag

do; act; drive

ig

do; act; drive

act

do; act; drive

prem

press

prim

press

prin

press

press

press

pell

drive; push

puls

press

vuls

pull; tear

trud

thrust

trus

thrust

trah

draw; drag

tract

draw; drag

trai

draw; drag

frang

break

fring

break

frag

break

fract

break

rupt

break; burst

rout

break; burst

prehend

seize

prehens

seize

prais

seize

pris

seize

hab

have; hold

hib

have; hold

habit

dwell

habil

able; equipped; expert

serv

save; protect; serve

acting or doing; quick or light on movement

agile

pressing back

repress

driving back

repellent

pulling together; muscle spasms

convulsive

thrusting before

protrude

drawing toward

attract

breakable

frangible

bursting out

erupt

related to seizing or grasping

prehensible

to restrain or hold in

inhibit

dwelling

habitation

make able again; restore

rehabilitate

protecting together

conservation

a condition of serving

servitude

driving together; compelling and forceful; urgent

cogent

(g)nosc

come to know; note; recognize

(g)no

come to know; note; recognize

(g)not

come to know; note; recognize

(g)nit

come to know; note; recognize

(g)nomen

name

(g)nomin

name

(g)nasc

be born

(g)nat

be born

esse

be; exist

ent

be; exist

crea

make; create

cresc

grow

aug

increase; grow

auct

increase; grow

six

increase; grow

nutr

nourish

neutr

neither

al

feed; nourish; support

ali

feed; nourish; support

alt

tall; high; deep

juven

young

veter

old; experienced

-esce

becoming; growing

-escent

becoming; growing

-escense

becoming; growing

recognized

noted

to come to know again

recognize

to name

nominate

related to being born

nascent

relating to existing

essential

related to creating

creative

relating to growing

crescent

to increase

augment

nourishment

nutrition

being neither

neutrality

relating to feeding

alimentary

height

altitude

to make new again

rejuvenate

being old

senility

to make new again

renovate

person who is old

veteran

relating to the Middle Ages

medieval

growing old

senescent

a feeding one (male - foster son)

alumnus

a feeding one (female - foster daughter)

alumna

not recognized

incognito

gen

origin; race; kind

gener

origin; race; kind

gend

origin; race; kind

pater

father

patr

father

patria

fatherland

mater

mother

matr

mother

frater

brother

fratr

brother

soror

sister

fili

son; daughter

prole

offspring

cid

cut; kill; fall

cis

cut kill

casu

chance; accident

fortu

chance; fate

fort

strong

to make a race

generate

"I" centered (self-centered)

egocentric

a killing of oneself

suicide

relating to a father

paternal

cause/drive out of one's fatherland

expatriate

relating to a mother

maternal

a brotherhood

fraternity

a sisterhood

sorority

relating to a son or daughter

filial

relating to making offspring

prolific

killing of a brother

fratricide

relating to falling down

decadent

chance or accident

casualty

relating to chance

fortuitous

strength

fortitude

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