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Latin Roots/Words 21-23

Latin roots, prefixes, suffixes, and words from lessons 21-23 in etymology class.
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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
cret
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
sen
old
nov
new
veter
old; experienced
aev
age
ev
age
aet
age
et
age
-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
ego
I
sui
self
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
cad
fall
cas
fall
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