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15 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
MAN
commander
management
maneuver
(<L.) Hand
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. (n.) The act of directing and controlling. ... 2. (n.) The pe…
1. (v.) To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. (n.) A…
MAN
(<L.) Hand
commander
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
19 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
CARO, CARNIS
carnage
carrion
incarnate (incarnation)
flesh
The killing of many people; massacre
noun Dead and decaying flesh.... adjective Pertaining to dead fl…
Embodied in human form.
CARO, CARNIS
flesh
carnage
The killing of many people; massacre
19 terms
Classical Roots: Book 5: Lesson 11
struct
tract
construction
destructive
root meaning build
root meaning pull, drag
the act of putting something together in an organized way; bu…
tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put an end…
struct
root meaning build
tract
root meaning pull, drag
15 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
MAN
commander
management
maneuver
(<L.) Hand
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. (n.) The act of directing and controlling. ... 2. (n.) The pe…
1. (v.) To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. (n.) A…
MAN
(<L.) Hand
commander
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
Man <L.
commander
management
maneuver
Hand
A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. The act of directing and controlling. 2. The people in cha…
1. To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. A plan, sche…
Man <L.
Hand
commander
A person who is in charge, a leader.
11 terms
classical roots book b lesson 11
ad voc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
for specific purpose or situation
1. to scold gently but firmly... 2. to caution; to warn
1. to take in and make part of the body; to digest... 2.to cause…
pertaining to the sense of smell
ad voc
for specific purpose or situation
admonish
1. to scold gently but firmly... 2. to caution; to warn
20 terms
Classical Roots Book 4, lesson 11
CAPT
STAT
captivate
captive
"to take, to catch"
"standing position; state, condition
v. To interest greatly, to capture the attention of, to charm.
n. A person who is taken or captured; someone caught and held…
CAPT
"to take, to catch"
STAT
"standing position; state, condition
19 terms
vocabulary and classical roots book c lesson 11
Caro
carnage
carrion
incarnate
L. Flesh
Bloody killing of many people
dead and rotting flesh
Embodied in human form
Caro
L. Flesh
carnage
Bloody killing of many people
12 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book C, Lesson 11
carnage
carrion
incarnate
accolade
n. The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metap…
n. Dead and decaying flesh.; adj. Pertaining to dead flesh.
adj. Embodied in human form.
n. 1. Any honor, award, or expression of approval. 2. A cerem…
carnage
n. The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metap…
carrion
n. Dead and decaying flesh.; adj. Pertaining to dead flesh.
15 terms
Vocabulary from classical roots book D lesson 11
fervid
effervescent
conflagration
flagrant
Full of intense passion or zeal.
1. Bubbling up from a liquid. ... 2. Very excited, bubbling over…
A large and destructive fire.
Shockingly evident, outrageously conspicuous.
fervid
Full of intense passion or zeal.
effervescent
1. Bubbling up from a liquid. ... 2. Very excited, bubbling over…
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots book C lesson 11
CARO, CARNIS
carnage
carrion
incarnate
flesh
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
1. dead and decaying flesh... 2. pertaining to dead fish
embodied in human form
CARO, CARNIS
flesh
carnage
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
14 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C Lesson 11 Words
Carnage
Carrion
Incarnate
Accolade
n. The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metap…
n. Dead and decaying flesh.... adj. Pertaining to dead flesh
adj. Embodied in human form
n. 1.Any honor, award, or expression of approval... 2.A ceremoni…
Carnage
n. The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metap…
Carrion
n. Dead and decaying flesh.... adj. Pertaining to dead flesh
14 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
carnage
carrion
incarnate
accolade
the killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
dead and decaying flesh; noun.
embodied in human form; adj.
any honor, award, or expression of approval; noun.
carnage
the killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
carrion
dead and decaying flesh; noun.
20 terms
vocabulary and classical roots book c lesson 11
Caro
carnage
carrion
incarnate
L. Flesh
Bloody killing of many people
dead and rotting flesh
Embodied in human form
Caro
L. Flesh
carnage
Bloody killing of many people
20 terms
classical roots lesson 11
transaction
transform
transportation
transparent
...
...
...
...
transaction
...
transform
...
11 terms
vocabulary classical roots book B lesson 11
AD HOC
ADMONISH
ASSIMILATE
OLFACTORY
FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE OR SITUATION
TO SCOLD GENTLY BUT FIRMLY
TO TAKE IN AND MAKE A PART OF THE BODY; TO DIGEST
PERTAINING TO THE SENSE OF SMELL
AD HOC
FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE OR SITUATION
ADMONISH
TO SCOLD GENTLY BUT FIRMLY
11 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
STRUCT
TRACT
construction
destructive
from the Latin word, "struere" meaning to heap up, build
from the Latin word, "tractus" meaning to pull.
(noun) The act of putting something together in an organized…
(adjective) Tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy…
STRUCT
from the Latin word, "struere" meaning to heap up, build
TRACT
from the Latin word, "tractus" meaning to pull.
9 terms
Classical Roots, book 5 lesson 11
Construction
Destructive
Structure
Reconstruct
Putting something together in an organized way, building
Tearing down, likely to discourage, ruin or destroy. Put an e…
The arrangement of parts into a whole
To build again, to make over
Construction
Putting something together in an organized way, building
Destructive
Tearing down, likely to discourage, ruin or destroy. Put an e…
29 terms
Classical Roots Book C Lesson 11 and 12
carnage
carrion
incarnate
accolade
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
1. dead and decaying flesh... 2. pertaining to dead fish
embodied in human form
1. any honor, award or expression of approval... 2. a ceremonial…
carnage
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
carrion
1. dead and decaying flesh... 2. pertaining to dead fish
9 terms
Classical roots, book 5' lesson 11
Extract
Construction
Retract
Contraction
Opposite of implant
Opposite of destruction
Opposite of Persist in or continue with
Opposite of loosening
Extract
Opposite of implant
Construction
Opposite of destruction
10 terms
Vocab from Classical Roots - Lesson 11
captivate
captive
captivity
recapture
delight, fascinate
prisoner
put in jail, put in slavery
catch again
captivate
delight, fascinate
captive
prisoner
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
commander
management
maneuver
manicure
A person who is in charge, a leader
The act of directing or controlling
To move or change direction skilfully
To trim and clip carefully, particularly the fingernails
commander
A person who is in charge, a leader
management
The act of directing or controlling
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
commander
management
maneuver
manicure
N. A person who is in charge, a leader.
N. The act of directing and controlling.... N. The people in ch…
V. To move or manage cleverly or skillfully.... N. A plan, sche…
V. To trim and clip carefully, particularly the fingernails.…
commander
N. A person who is in charge, a leader.
management
N. The act of directing and controlling.... N. The people in ch…
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 4, Lesson 11
CAPT
captivate
captive
captivity
from the Latin word capture meaning "to take, to capture"
v. To interest greatly, to capture the attention or affection…
n. A person who is taken or captured; someone caught and held…
n. The condition of being a captive, of not being free
CAPT
from the Latin word capture meaning "to take, to capture"
captivate
v. To interest greatly, to capture the attention or affection…
23 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book 6 - Lesson 11
man
commander
command (n)
command (v)
from the Latin word "manus" meaning "hand"
n. A person who is in charge, a leader
An order that is given by a person in authority
To direct with authority; demand
man
from the Latin word "manus" meaning "hand"
commander
n. A person who is in charge, a leader
19 terms
Classical Roots lesson 11
STRUCT
TRACT
construction
destructive
"build"
"pull"
n. The act of putting something together in an organized way;…
adj. Tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put a…
STRUCT
"build"
TRACT
"pull"
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots | Book C | Lesson 11
Carnage
Carrion
Incarnate
Accolade
The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
1. Dead and decaying flesh.... 2. Pertaining to dead flesh.
Embodied in human form.
1. Any honor, award, or expression of approval.... 2. A ceremon…
Carnage
The killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
Carrion
1. Dead and decaying flesh.... 2. Pertaining to dead flesh.
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
Man <L.
commander
management
maneuver
Hand
A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. The act of directing and controlling. 2. The people in cha…
1. To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. A plan, sche…
Man <L.
Hand
commander
A person who is in charge, a leader.
26 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book 5 - Lesson 11
struct
construct
instruct
instructions
root word from the Latin word meaning "to heap up, build"
to build, make, or create
1) to teach (someone) a subject, skill, etc.; 2) to give (som…
1) statements that describe how to do something; 2) order or…
struct
root word from the Latin word meaning "to heap up, build"
construct
to build, make, or create
20 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
(tr. or intr. v.) to go beyond or over set limits; to break a…
(adj.) describing an action carried from subject to verb to o…
(adj.) lasting for only a short while
(adj.) permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
transgress
(tr. or intr. v.) to go beyond or over set limits; to break a…
transitive
(adj.) describing an action carried from subject to verb to o…
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book C Lesson 11
carnage
carrion
incarnate
accolade
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
1. dead and decaying flesh... 2. pertaining to dead fish
embodied in human form
1. any honor, award or expression of approval... 2. a ceremonial…
carnage
the killing of many people; a massacre ( sometimes used metap…
carrion
1. dead and decaying flesh... 2. pertaining to dead fish
21 terms
Classical Roots Book A Lesson 11 and 12
Transgress
Transitive
Transitory
Translucent
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
lasting for only a short while
permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
Transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Transitive
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
8 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 11
construction (con-struc-tion)
destructive (de-struc-tive)
reconstruct (re-con-struct)
structure (struc-ture)
(n.)the act of putting something together in an organized way…
(adj.) tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put…
v.) to build again, to make over.
(n.) 1. the arrangement of the parts of a whole. 2. something…
construction (con-struc-tion)
(n.)the act of putting something together in an organized way…
destructive (de-struc-tive)
(adj.) tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book 4 Lesson 11
CAPT
STAT
captivate
captive
root meaning to take or to catch
root meaning stand
v. to interest greatly, to capture the attention or affection…
n. someone captured and held as prisoner
CAPT
root meaning to take or to catch
STAT
root meaning stand
19 terms
Classical Roots: Book 5: Lesson 11
struct
tract
construction
destructive
root meaning build
root meaning pull, drag
the act of putting something together in an organized way; bu…
tearing down; likely to discourage, ruin, destroy, put an end…
struct
root meaning build
tract
root meaning pull, drag
11 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
lasting for only a short while
permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
transitive
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
15 terms
Classical Roots Book A Lesson 11
TRANS
transgress
transitive
transitory
Latin Root - "across"
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
Describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
Lasting for only a short while.
TRANS
Latin Root - "across"
transgress
To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
19 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lesson 11
Flesh (Latin)
carnage
carrion
incarnate
carno, carnis
the killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
dead and decaying flesh , pertaining to dead flesh
embodied in human form
Flesh (Latin)
carno, carnis
carnage
the killing of many people; massacre (sometimes used metaphor…
8 terms
Classical Roots, Lesson 11
captivate
captive
captivity
recapture
v. To interest greatly, to capture the attention or affection…
n. A person who is taken or captured; someone caught and held…
n. The condition of being a captive, of not being free.
v. To take or capture again, to bring back
captivate
v. To interest greatly, to capture the attention or affection…
captive
n. A person who is taken or captured; someone caught and held…
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
Man <L.
commander
management
maneuver
Hand
A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. The act of directing and controlling. 2. The people in cha…
1. To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. A plan, sche…
Man <L.
Hand
commander
A person who is in charge, a leader.
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 - Lesson 11
commander
manicure
manual
management
leader, person in charge; noun
to trim and clip the fingernails; verb... care of the hands; noun
involving handwork and physical effort; adj.
act of directing and controlling; noun
commander
leader, person in charge; noun
manicure
to trim and clip the fingernails; verb... care of the hands; noun
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 - Lesson 11
commander
manicure
manual
management
leader, person in charge; noun
to trim and clip the fingernails; verb... care of the hands; noun
involving handwork and physical effort; adj.
act of directing and controlling; noun
commander
leader, person in charge; noun
manicure
to trim and clip the fingernails; verb... care of the hands; noun
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book C Lesson 11
Dermatology... (Derma<G.)
Epidermis... (Derma<G.)
Dorsal... (Dorsum<L.)
Dossier... (Dorsum<L.)
The scientific study of the skin and its diseases.... skin
The outer protective layer of the skin or outer layers of var…
Pertaining to the back, especially of animals.... the back
A set of documents containing information about a person or e…
Dermatology... (Derma<G.)
The scientific study of the skin and its diseases.... skin
Epidermis... (Derma<G.)
The outer protective layer of the skin or outer layers of var…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 11
AD
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
<L. "to," "toward"
For a specific purpose or situation.
1. To scold gently but firmly. 2. To caution; to warn.
1. To take in and make a part of the body; to digest. 2. To c…
AD
<L. "to," "toward"
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation.
32 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 - Lesson 11
man
sol/solv
ped
commander
root - to handle
root - to loosen, to release
root - foot
leader, person in charge; noun
man
root - to handle
sol/solv
root - to loosen, to release
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 - Lesson 11
man
sol/solv
commander
manicure
root - to handle
root - to loosen, to release
leader, person in charge
to trim and clip the fingernails;... care of the hands
man
root - to handle
sol/solv
root - to loosen, to release
15 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11
MAN
commander
management
maneuver
(<L.) Hand
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
1. (n.) The act of directing and controlling. ... 2. (n.) The pe…
1. (v.) To move or manage cleverly or skillfully. ... 2. (n.) A…
MAN
(<L.) Hand
commander
(n.) A person who is in charge, a leader.
10 terms
Lesson 11 Classical Roots Book 6
Commander
Management
Maneuver
Manicure
Noun... A person who is in charge.... My commander gave me orders.
Noun... The act of directing or controlling.... Risk Management is…
Verb... To move or manage cleverly or skillfully... The pilots mane…
Verb... To trim or clip your nails.... My mom gets a manicure so he…
Commander
Noun... A person who is in charge.... My commander gave me orders.
Management
Noun... The act of directing or controlling.... Risk Management is…
11 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
lasting for only a short while
permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
transgress
to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
transitive
describing an action carried from subject to verb to object;…
15 terms
Lesson 11 Classical Roots Vocabulary
trans
transitory
translucent
ambience
root - across
adj. - lasting for only a short while
adj. - permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
n. - environment; the surrounding atmosphere
trans
root - across
transitory
adj. - lasting for only a short while
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