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29 terms

Greek Latin Roots Unit 9&10

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JUD
judgment (Latin)
judicious
having or showing good judgment
adjudicate
to settle a dispute or argument
MOR
law, custom, habit, humor (Latin)
amoral
not concerned about mortality
mores
attitudes and behaviors that are so firmly fixed that they are followed like laws
morose
gloomy, bad-tempered
PI
law-abiding, pious, dutiful (Latin)
expiate
to make up for doing wrong
impious
laking respect for what should be worshipped
SACR
holy, sacred (Latin)
consecrate
to set apart as holy; to give up to a purpose
execrable
very bad; hateful
sacrosanct
so sacred or revered as to be off-limits
ART, ERT
art (Latin)
artifice
clever trickery, deception
artless
without strategy or deceit, naive
inert
not having power to move; slow to act
ICON
image (Greek)
icon
an image that best represents something; a symbol
iconoclast
a person who attacks or mocks things most people believe in
iconography
the study of a group of representative pictures or symbols
IM, EM
to mimic, to imitate (Latin)
emulate
to seek to be like; to admiringly mimic
inimitable
impossible to imitate or copy
VIS, VEY, VIEW
to see (Latin)
purveyor
one who supplies or sells
proviso
a clause or statement that gives instructions for a potential event or situation
purview
range of skills or authority; capability