Water, Water Everywhere
root words aqua (water) and hydr (water)
the root from the latin word meaning water
a root that means water
adj. living in, or having to with, water.
Whales, dolphins, shrimp, and guppies are all _______ creatures.
adj. a bluish green color
We watched as the artist mixed small amounts of both blue and green paints to make just the right shade of ___________.
n. the science of raising plants and animals in water
To see how ______________ worked, we visited an oyster farm on the coast of Maine.
to supply water to ( a person for example) in order to restore or maintain fluid balance
Cold water is the fastest and safest way to ___________ an ordinary athlete.
to remove water from or to preserve by removing water from or to lose water or bodily fluids
To make raisins, you must _____________ grapes.
A device that provides water for use in fighting fires.
With the help of the fire _________, the firefighters extinguished the fire.
An abnormal fear of water.
The little boy refused to jump into the pool because of his __________.
n. land or ground, The study of water and its effects on and in the earth and in the atmosphere
Another name for the water cycle is the ___________ cycle.
A water-filled enclosure in which aquatic animals are kept.
My pet fish live in an _____________________.
the root from the latin word meaning "belonging to the sea."
place for docking boats
person guiding a ship
the prefix meaning under or below