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THIRD TRIMESTER ROOT WORDS!!!!!!!!!!

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CUR-
to run
CRED-
to believe
DEM-
people
DICT-
to speak
VIT-, VIV-
to live/ life
MORT-
death
AMBI-, AMPHI-
around, both
ANN-, ENN-
year
ANTE-, ANTI-
before
ANTHROP-
human
ANTI-
against, opposite
BENE-
good
AUTO-
self
BIO-
life
BI-
two
CHRON-
time
CEDE-
go, yield
CON-, COM-, COL-, COR-
together, with
CIRCUM-
around
EQU-
equal
DIS-, DI-, DIF-
not, away, apart
EU-
good, well
EX-, ES-, E-
out
GEN-
birth, race, kind
FID-
faith
GRAPH-, GRAM-
to write
HYPER-
overmuch, too far
LOG-
speech, word
LOGY-
study of
MAL-
bad
LOQU-, LOC-
to speak (2nd)
METER-, METR-
measure
barometer
an instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure and hence for assisting in predicting probable weather changes
odometer
a road measure; an instrument for measuring the distance traveled by a vehicle
symmetrical
measured together; having both sides exactly alike
MIT-, MIS-, MISS-
to send
intermittent
sent between intervals; stopping and starting at intervals
omit
to send away; to leave out
promise
to send forth; to indicate what may be expected
PATH-
feeling, suffering
antipathy
a feeling against someone or something; a strong dislike
apathy
a lack of feeling; indifference
empathy
a feeling as if one were in the other person's place; an understanding so intimate that one participates in another's feelings
psychopathic
suffering in the mind; mentally disordered
sympathy
a feeling together with someone or something; a feeling for another person
PAN-
all
panacea
a remedy for all ills or difficulties
pandemonium
the home of all demons in Milton's Paradise Lost; a wild uproar
panorama
a view in all directions
pantheism
the doctrine that God is all the laws and forces of nature and the universe. Also, the ancient belief in and worship of all gods.
MORPH-
form
amorphous
without definite form or shape
anthropomorphism
assigning human characteristics or behavior to inanimate objects or animals
metamorphosis
change of form or shape
MONO-
one
monopoly
exclusive control by one group of a commodity or service
monotheism
the belief that there is only one God
monotonous
one tone; having no variation
PED-
foot
expedite
to get the foot out of an entanglement; to speed the process of; to help along
impede
to get the foot in an entanglement; to hinder the process of
pedestrian
one who goes on foot; also, commonplace or dull
PHIL-
to love
bibliophile
one who loves books; a book collector
philosopher
one who loves and pursues wisdom through reasoning
PHOB-
fear
acrophobia
an excessive or illogical fear of high places
claustrophobia
an excessive or illogical fear of enclosed places
hydrophobia
an abnormal fear of water - rabies
phobic
excesssively fearful
xenophobia
fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers
PHON-
sounds
cacophony
bad sounds; diagreeable or discordant sounds
symphony
sounds togther; and orchestra; music written for a orchestra
PRE-
before (2nd)
precedent
an act that goes before and may serve as an example for later acts
precipitate
to dash head-first; to hasten the occurence of
predilection
to love before others; a preference
unprecedented
never having happened before
POST-
after
posterity
those who come after; future generations
posthumously
after the one's death
postmortem
an examination after death; an autopsy
preposterous
having the before part where the after part should be; contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; absurd
PRO-
forward, before, for, forth
procrastinate
to push forward until tomorrow; to put off doing something until a future time
profuse
pouring forth freely; generous
propensity
a hanging forward; a natural inclination
RE-
back, again
recession
a period of reduced economic activity
recluse
one who lives shut back from the world
remiss
sent back; negligent; lax in attending to duty
SED-, SID-, SESS-
to sit
insidious
sitting in wait for; treacherous; more dangerous that seems evident
preside
to sit before a meeting to conduct it
sedentary
requiring much sitting
SCRIB-, SCRIPT-
to write (s)
ascribe
to write to; to attribute
nondescript
not easy to write about or to describe, lacking in distinctive qualities
SUB-
under
subliminal
below the threshold of concious perception
subpoena
a legal order requiring a person to appear int court to give testimony
subversive
to turn under; tending to undermine or overthrow
SPEC-, SPIC-, SPECT-
to look
auspicious
originally, looking at the flight of birds for omens; today, promising good luck, favorable
introspection
a looking within one's own mind
SYN-, SYM-, SYL-
together, with (s)
symbol
things thrown together for comparison; something that represents something else
synergistic
working together; as when the joint action of two drugs increases the effectiveness of each
synopsis
a seeing things together; a brief general summary
synthesis
a putting together; the combination of seperate elements in a whole
SUPER-
above, over
supercilious
above the eyelid; eyebrows raised in a haughty way
superfluous
overflowing what is needed, extra
supersonic
above the speed of sound
VIA-
way
deviate
to turn away from an established way
impervious
no way through; incapable of being passed through
via
by way of
VERT-, VERS-
to turn
adversity
the state of being turned against; misfortune
aversion
a turning away; extreme dislike
inadvertent
not turning one's mind to a matter; unintentional
introvert
one who turns within; one whose thoughts and interests and directed inward