Latin and Greek Roots unit 13

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Err

Latin ERRARE, ERRATUM "to wander"

Grad/Gress

Latin GRADI, GRESSUM "to go forth, to proceed"

Ven/Vent

Latin VENIRE, VENTUM "to come"

Cur/Curs

Latin CURRERE, CURSUM "to run"

aberrant

deviating from a pattern or rule; abnormal

erroneous

wrong or inaccurate; straying from; mistaken

errant

wandering or straying; wayward

degrade

to lower in dignity or esteem; insult; belittle

congress

a coming together; a proceeding together

egress

act of going out; exit

convene

to call together, to assemble; to come together; gather

covenant

a mutual or legal agreement; contract

circumvent

to avoid by going around; bypass; sidestep

cursory

hasty and superficial; casual

precursor

that which comes before; forerunner; harbinger

recourse

help for a problem; solution; resource

incursion

an attack on another's territory; a raid; invasion

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