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Semester 2 Vocab Latin and Greek Roots

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Fateor, Fari, Fassum
Latin, "To speak", "to confess", "To admit"
affable, ineffable
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
Latin, "to say", "to tell"
dictatorial, diction, dictum, ditty, edict, indict, indite, interdiction, jurisdiction, malediction, and valediction
Glossa, Glotta
Greek, "tongue", "language"
gloss and polyglot
Clamo, Clmare, Clamavi, Clamatum
latin, "to cry out", "to shout"
acclamation, clamor, declaim
Forum
Latin "forum", "place out of doors"
forensic and forum
Lingua
latin "speech", "language", "tongue"
lingo, lingua franca, and linguist
Loquor, Loqui, Locutum
Latin "to speak"
circumlocution, colloquium, locution, loquacious
Verbum
latin "word"
proverbial, verbatim, verbose
Gaia
Greek "the earth"
apogee, geocentric, perigee
Terra
Latin "earth", "land", "ground"
inter, terra cotta, terrestrial
Humus
Latin "earth"
exhume and humus
Mons, Montis
Latin "mountain"
mountebank, paramount, promontory
Pasco, Pascere, Pavi, Pastum
Pastor
latin "to feed", "to nourish" "shepherd"
pastoral and repast
Rus, Rubris
latin "open land " "country"
rustic and rusticate
Anima, Animus
Latin "wind" "air"
Latin "mind" "soul"
animus, equanimity, pusillanimous
Aether
Aither
Latin "upper air" "clear sky"
Greek "air"
ether and ethereal
Phainein
Greek "to show" "to appear"
diaphanous, epiphany, phantasm, sycophant
Spiritus
Spiro, spirare, spiravi, spiratum
Latin "breath"
Latin "to blow gently"
aspiration and dispirited
Huper
Greek "over" "above"
hyperbole, hyperborean
ventus
Latin "wind"
hyperventilation and vent
Fervo, Fervere, Fervi
Latin "to be boiling hot"
fervid, effervescent
Flagro, Flagrare, Flagravi, Flagratum
Latin "to glow" "to burn" "to blaze"
conflagration and flagrant
Flamma
latin "flame"
inflammatory and flamboyant
incendo, incendere, incendi, incensum
Latin "to set on fire"
incendiary and incense
Kaiein
Greek "to burn"
caustic and cauterize
pur
greek "fire"
pyre, pyrotechnics and pyromania
Scintilla
latin "spark"
scintilla and scintillate
Fluo, Fluere, Fluxi, Fluctum
latin "to flow"
confluence, effluent, flux
Hudor
Greek "water"
dehydrate and hydrology
Mar, Maris
Marinus
Latin "sea"
Latine "marine"
cormorant and marinade
Naus
Navis
Nautes
Nauta
Greek "ship"
Latin "ship"
Greek "sailor"
Latin "sailor"
nauseate and nave
pons, pontis
Latin "bridge"
pontiff and pontificate
Unda
latin "wave"
undulate, redound, redundant, inundate
Ordo, Ordinis
Latin "order" "series" "row" "line"
insubordinate, inordinate, ordain, ordinance
Stellein
Greek "to put" "to place"
apostle, stolid, epistolary
Rego, Regere, rexi, rectum
latin "to guide" "to govern"
rectify, rectitude
Stella
Latin "star"
constellation and stellar
Aster
Greek and Latin "star"
asterisk and astral
Kosmos
Greek "universe"
cosmology and cosmopolite
Muto, Mutare, Mutavi, Mutatum
Latin "to change"
immutable, permutation, and transmute
Temeritas
Latin "rashness" "thoughtlessness"
temerity and temerarious
Turbo, Turbare, Turbavi, Turbatum
Latin "to disturb" "to throw into disorder"
imperturbable, turbid, perturb
Spargo, Spargere, Sparsi, Sparsum
Latin " to scatter" "to cast" "to sprinkle"
aspersion and disperse
Tempero, Temperare, Temperavi, Temperatum
Latin "to combine in proportion"
temper and temperance
Ultimo, Ultimare
Ultra
Latin "to come to the end" "to be last"
Latin "beyond"
outré, penultimate, ultimate