Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 1
|MONOS, UNUS||ONE, Latin Root|
|Monologue||A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group.|
|Monarch|| 1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, emperor or empress.|
2. large black and orange American butterfly.
|Monagram||A design composed of letters, usually the letter of a name.|
|Monopoly|| 1. Exclusive control of the trade in some item or purpose.|
2. Sole ownership or control of anything.
|Monolith|| 1. A large block of stone|
2. A large organization that acts as a single unit.
|Unanimous||Being in complete agreement|
|Unilateral|| 1. One sided|
2. Done by or affecting one person, group,or country, etc., and not another
|Two/Twofold, Latin Root|
|Duplex||A dwelling with two living units|
|Duplicate|| 1. To make an identical copy or to repeat|
2. Double of something
|BI||Two, Latin Root|
|Bilateral|| 1. Having two sides|
2. Made between two persons or groups
|Bipattisan||Involving two political parties|
|Bisect||To divide into two equal parts|