17 terms

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