Weeks 1 and 2 Greek and Latin Roots

ped (foot) man, manu (hand)
biped (noun)
a creature with 2 feet
centipede (noun)
a creature with 100 feet
impediment (noun)
something that stands in a person's way; an obstacle
millipede (noun)
a creature with 1,000 feet
pedal (noun)
a lever moved with one's foot
peddler (noun)
a person who walks around selling products
pedestrian (noun)
a person who walks across the street on foot
pedicure (noun)
a foot treatment including cleaning or polishing
quadruped (noun)
a 4-footed creature
tripod (noun)
a 3-footed stand often used to balance a camera
emancipate (verb)
to set free; to lend a hand in freeing someone
manacles (noun)
manager (noun)
a person who has the "upper hand"; someone in charge of others
mandate (noun)
an order or command placed in someone's hands
maneuver (verb)
to handily or skillfully go around something
manicure (noun)
treatment for the hands and nails
manual (noun)
a handbook; book of directions
manufacture (verb)
to make by hand or machine
manuscript (noun)
a handwritten or typed piece of writing, such as a book
manipulate (verb)
to skillfully operate by hand