Latin and Greek Roots unit 13
Latin ERRARE, ERRATUM "to wander"
Latin GRADI, GRESSUM "to go forth, to proceed"
Latin VENIRE, VENTUM "to come"
Latin CURRERE, CURSUM "to run"
deviating from a pattern or rule; abnormal
wrong or inaccurate; straying from; mistaken
wandering or straying; wayward
to lower in dignity or esteem; insult; belittle
a coming together; a proceeding together
act of going out; exit
to call together, to assemble; to come together; gather
a mutual or legal agreement; contract
to avoid by going around; bypass; sidestep
hasty and superficial; casual
that which comes before; forerunner; harbinger
help for a problem; solution; resource
an attack on another's territory; a raid; invasion