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9th Language Arts Greek Roots Unit 2
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
stanch
staunch
extant
restive
v. To stop the flow of
adj. Firm and steadfast
adj. Still in existence; not destroyed
adj. 1. Resisting authority; difficult to control; 2. Restles…
stanch
v. To stop the flow of
staunch
adj. Firm and steadfast
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
adj. Brief and straightforward ... his explanation in this dicti…
n. Two opposite parts of one whole ... There is a dichotomy betw…
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
adj. Brief and straightforward ... he explanation in this dictio…
n. Two opposite parts of one whole ... There is a dichotomy betw…
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole ... He had worked e…
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse ... He has no compunction about…
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
stanch
staunch
extant
restive
v. To stop the flow of
adj. Firm and steadfast
adj. Still in existence; not destroyed
adj. 1. Resisting authority; difficult to control; 2. Restles…
stanch
v. To stop the flow of
staunch
adj. Firm and steadfast
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
stanch
staunch
extant
restive
v. To stop the flow of
adj. Firm and steadfast
adj. Still in existence; not destroyed
adj. 1. Resisting authority; difficult to control; 2. Restles…
stanch
v. To stop the flow of
staunch
adj. Firm and steadfast
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
stanch
staunch
extant
restive
v. To stop the flow of
adj. Firm and steadfast
adj. Still in existence; not destroyed
adj. 1. Resisting authority; difficult to control; 2. Restles…
stanch
v. To stop the flow of
staunch
adj. Firm and steadfast
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
enunciate
renounce
pronouncement
invoke
v. To pronounce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
v. To call on for support
enunciate
v. To pronounce or articulate
renounce
v. To reject by declaration
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
enunciate
renounce
pronouncement
invoke
v. To pronounce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
v. To call on for support
enunciate
v. To pronounce or articulate
renounce
v. To reject by declaration
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
enunciate
renounce
pronouncement
invoke
v. To pronounce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
v. To call on for support
enunciate
v. To pronounce or articulate
renounce
v. To reject by declaration
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GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
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Language Arts- Unit 2 Skills/Latin Greek Roots Test
preservation
conservative
observant
constrict
the act or process of saving
not taking chances; disliking change
paying careful attention to; noticing much
to squeeze tightly
preservation
the act or process of saving
conservative
not taking chances; disliking change
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 2
pos / pon
composure
exponential
imposition
to place, to put
control over expression and action
steadily increasing
an unwelcome demand; a burden
pos / pon
to place, to put
composure
control over expression and action
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 2
visualize
vista
visionary
audible
form a mental image of something; imagine
a pleasing view, especially one seen through a long, narrow o…
a person with original ideas about what the future will or co…
able to be heard
visualize
form a mental image of something; imagine
vista
a pleasing view, especially one seen through a long, narrow o…
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Unit 2- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
a corrupt wrongdoer
to bring about; to produce
a kind or type of art
related to or coming from the same sou…
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
a corrupt wrongdoer
degenerate
to bring about; to produce
engender
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Greek Roots Unit 2
macro
micro
a (an)
mono (mon)
Greek, meaning "large, long"
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
Greek, meaning "not, without"
Greek, meaning "one, single, alone"
macro
Greek, meaning "large, long"
micro
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
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Greek Roots Unit 2
macro
micro
a (an)
mono (mon)
Greek, meaning "large, long"
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
Greek, meaning "not, without"
Greek, meaning "one, single, alone"
macro
Greek, meaning "large, long"
micro
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
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Greek Roots Unit 2
macro
micro
a(an)
mono
Greek, meaning "large, long"
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
Greek, meaning "not, without"
Greek, meaning "one, single, alone"
macro
Greek, meaning "large, long"
micro
Greek, meaning "small, tiny"
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Prestwick House Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots IV-Unit 2
fractious
infraction
infringe
excise
adjective. tending to argue or cause discord
noun. minor violation of a rule or law
verb. to intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
verb. to cut out of; remove
fractious
adjective. tending to argue or cause discord
infraction
noun. minor violation of a rule or law
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Latin & Greek Roots Unit 2 Book 2
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
THES, THET Greek THESIS, THETOS
Composure
"to place, to put"
"to stand, stand something up"
"placing", "having been placed"
Control over expression and action... syn: poise ant: agitation;…
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
"to place, to put"
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
"to stand, stand something up"
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 2
loc
sign
nat
cogn
Latin root for "place"
Latin root for "mark"
Latin root for "born"
Latin root for "know"
loc
Latin root for "place"
sign
Latin root for "mark"
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"The Noble Experiment" Vocabulary Unit 2
camouflage
insinuate
taunt
obstacles
To disguise or hide
To suggest or hint that is intended to insult
To make fun of; tease
Something that stops or gets in the way of progress
camouflage
To disguise or hide
insinuate
To suggest or hint that is intended to insult
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Unit 2 Greek and Latin Roots: cogn,loc,nat,ped,sign
loc
sign
nat
cogn
Latin root for place
Latin root for mark
Latin root for born
Latin root for know
loc
Latin root for place
sign
Latin root for mark
Unit 2 Latin and Greek Roots
POS, PON
deposit
composition
proposition
Latin, "to put, place"
verb - to put down; to drop
noun - the makeup of something
noun - an idea put forth; a suggestion
POS, PON
Latin, "to put, place"
deposit
verb - to put down; to drop
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Get to the Root of It - Unit 2
Audible
Phonograph
Audience
Visualize
Able to be heard.
A machine that produces sound by placing a needle in contact…
A group of people that have gathered to watch a performance o…
Form a mental image of something; imagine.
Audible
Able to be heard.
Phonograph
A machine that produces sound by placing a needle in contact…
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit Two
Stanch
Staunch
Extant
Restive
v.; To stop the flow of.
adj.; Firm and steadfast; true.
adj.; Still in existence; not destroyed
adj.; Resisting authority; difficult to control
Stanch
v.; To stop the flow of.
Staunch
adj.; Firm and steadfast; true.
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Unit 2 B6 vocab list
anonymous
browse
dupe
dynamic
unnamed, without the name of a person involved (writer,compos…
to nibble graze to read casually to window-shop... Syn : skim,sc…
a person easily tricked or deceived ... Syn : fool,mislead,hoodw…
(Adj.) active,energetic,forceful... Syn : vigorous,high-powered…
anonymous
unnamed, without the name of a person involved (writer,compos…
browse
to nibble graze to read casually to window-shop... Syn : skim,sc…
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January 25th - Greek and Latin Roots - Unit 2
know
place
born
foot
cogn: incognito, recognize, recognizable
loc: dislocated, local, location
nat: innate, nation, national, native,
ped: biped, pedal, pedestrian
know
cogn: incognito, recognize, recognizable
place
loc: dislocated, local, location
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Unit 2 for Latin and Greek Roots
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord... Syn: Cross, Peevish
Minor violation of a rule or law... Syn: Transgression
To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
To cut out of;remove... Syn: Expunge
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord... Syn: Cross, Peevish
Infraction
Minor violation of a rule or law... Syn: Transgression
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Unit 2 Root Words
tract
trud/trus
se
greg
pull
push
apart
flock/together
tract
pull
trud/trus
push
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Latin & Greek Roots Unit 2
nunc/nounc
voc/vok
fa
dic/dict
to announce
to call
to speak
to say, to tell
nunc/nounc
to announce
voc/vok
to call
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Unit 2 Greek and Latin Roots - Vis, Aud, Phon
visualize
vista
visionary
audible
to imagine; to form a mental image of something
a pleasing view, especially through a long, narrow opening
a person with original ideas about what the future could be l…
able to be heard
visualize
to imagine; to form a mental image of something
vista
a pleasing view, especially through a long, narrow opening
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Vocabulary Workshop-Level C, Unit 2
antics
avowed
banter
bountiful
(n. pl.) ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
(adj., part.) declared openly and without shame, acknowledged
(v.) to exchange playful remarks, tease; (n.) talk that is pl…
(adj.) giving freely, generous; plentiful, given abundantly
antics
(n. pl.) ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
avowed
(adj., part.) declared openly and without shame, acknowledged
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Feeling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Feeling of regret or remorse
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Roots - Unit 2 Review
pater/patri
mater/matri
gen
patriarch
father
mother
birth, race, kind
a man who controls a family, group, or government
pater/patri
father
mater/matri
mother
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
conducive
deduce
evince
impetuous
adj. Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
v. To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
v. To establish; to reflect the truth of
adj. Acting passionately and without forethought
conducive
adj. Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
deduce
v. To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
adherent
diffuse
diligent
dissolute
n. A follower of a person or idea
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
adj. Hard-working and careful
adj. Devoted to sensual pleasure; lacking in moral restraint
adherent
n. A follower of a person or idea
diffuse
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
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Latin & Greek Roots Vocab: Book II Unit 2
composure
exponential
imposition
repository
control over expression and action
steadily increasing
an unwelcome demand; a burden
a place designated for storage
composure
control over expression and action
exponential
steadily increasing
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
comportment
confer
defer
deference
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
v. 1. To put aside until later; 2. To yield respectfully
n. Act or practice of yielding to another
comportment
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
confer
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 3
abject
compel
conjecture
dejected
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
n. A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
adj. Downcast or sad; depressed
abject
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
compel
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
n. A small sin or fault
adj. Having no flaws
adj. Violating a moral law; sinful
adj. Negative and critical ; insulting
peccadillo
n. A small sin or fault
impeccable
adj. Having no flaws
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GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
adj. tending to grow or move towards light
adj. Giving off light without heat
adj. Attractive in pictures or photographs
adj. Easy to understand; clear
phototropic
adj. tending to grow or move towards light
phosphorescent
adj. Giving off light without heat
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
confide
credence
credible
credulity
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
n. Trust or believe
adj. Able to be trusted in or believed
n. Tendency to believe things too quickly or easily
confide
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
credence
n. Trust or believe
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GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
adverse
convoluted
deflect
extort
adj. Not helpful; harmful
adj. Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
v. To cause to turn aside or astray
v. To wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a dem…
adverse
adj. Not helpful; harmful
convoluted
adj. Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
adj. Cheerful; merry,
adj. Characterized by joking aka y so gravity?
v. To drape or adorn festively
v. To honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
adj. Cheerful; merry,
jocular
adj. Characterized by joking aka y so gravity?
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GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
fortuitous
fortuity
auspices
auspicious
adj. Happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
n. Chance or accident
n. Protection or support; spices protect food
adj. Followed by favorable circumstances
fortuitous
adj. Happening by a lucky accident or chance; fortunate
fortuity
n. Chance or accident
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