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30 terms
British Literature: Root words
Crypt
Cumul
Cycl
De
Hidden, Secret... Encrypted,Cryptic
Mass, heap ... accumulate, cumulative
Circle, Ring... Recycle, bicycle
Reduce, away... Deduce, decode
Crypt
Hidden, Secret... Encrypted,Cryptic
Cumul
Mass, heap ... accumulate, cumulative
79 terms
British Literature Latin Roots/Words
"RUPT"
Abrupt
Corrupt
Disrupt
"break", "burst"
broken off, sudden
changed (broken to pieces) from good to bad; vicious
break apart
"RUPT"
"break", "burst"
Abrupt
broken off, sudden
25 terms
British Literature - Roots Quiz #7
HIBERN
IGN
INE
INFANS
Winter
Fire
Like
Baby
HIBERN
Winter
IGN
Fire
62 terms
Literature - Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots
a, an
ab, abs
ambi
ante
without, not
away, from
both
before
a, an
without, not
ab, abs
away, from
20 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List #5
pod
cephal
osteo
plas, plasm, plast
foot
head
bone
mold; shape; form; substance
pod
foot
cephal
head
20 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 1
miso
biblio
phon
scop, scept, skept
hate
book
sound
look at; examine
miso
hate
biblio
book
Honors British Literature Greek Roots List 4
therap
stat, stas
batho, bathy
gno, gnos
cure
stand; stop
depth
know
therap
cure
stat, stas
stand; stop
61 terms
Honors British Literature Unit 1 Greek Roots
therap
stat, stas
batho, bathy
gno, gnos
cure
stand, stop
depth
know
therap
cure
stat, stas
stand, stop
20 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 3
chron
cycl
dyn, dynam
theo
time
circle
power; force
god
chron
time
cycl
circle
17 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 8
zo
anth
hipp
dendr, dender
animal
flower
horse
tree
zo
animal
anth
flower
16 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List #11
opt, ops, op
thanat, thanas
neur
eth
sight; view; eye
death
nerve
habit; moral
opt, ops, op
sight; view; eye
thanat, thanas
death
26 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List #6
icon
astr
psych
lith, -lite
image; idol
star
mind; soul; spirit
stone
icon
image; idol
astr
star
12 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 2
dem
log
gen, gon
gyn, gyne, gynaec, gynec
people
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
kind; race; origin
woman
dem
people
log
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
20 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 1
miso
biblio
phon
scop, scept, skept
hate
book
sound
look at; examine
miso
hate
biblio
book
12 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 2
dem
log
gen, gon
gyn, gyne, gynaec, gynec
people
study
kind
woman
dem
people
log
study
13 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Reference Roots
a-, an-
amphi-, amph-
anti-, ant-
dia-
without, not
both, around
against
through, across
a-, an-
without, not
amphi-, amph-
both, around
20 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 3
chron
cycl
dyn, dynam
theo
time
circle
power
god
chron
time
cycl
circle
26 terms
Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List #6
icon
astr
psych
lith, -lite
idol
star
mind
stone
icon
idol
astr
star
100 terms
AP Literature Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
ab-/abs-/a-
ad-
ante-
anti-/anta-
off/away from/apart
toward/in addition to
before
against/opposite of
ab-/abs-/a-
off/away from/apart
ad-
toward/in addition to
17 terms
Honors British Literature III: Greek Roots List # 9
mim
phan, phen
stroph
gam
imitate
show; appear; shine
turn
marriage
mim
imitate
phan, phen
show; appear; shine
17 terms
Honors British Literature III: Greek Roots List #7
plut
top
crat, cras
thalass, thalatt
wealth
place
mix
sea
plut
wealth
top
place
36 terms
Nic Hanes British Literature Greek and Latin 3 root words
aggrandizement
tenuous
mutable
animosity
exaggeration
thin, unsubstantial
changeable
hostility
aggrandizement
exaggeration
tenuous
thin, unsubstantial
21 terms
Literature Terms and Vocabulary root/suffix for Midterm
simile
metaphor
personification
imagery
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
visually descriptive figurative language, especially in a lit…
simile
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
metaphor
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
32 terms
Combo with Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 1 and 2
dem
log
gen, gon
gyn, gyne, gynaec, gynec
people
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
kind; race; origin
woman
dem
people
log
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
24 terms
Root Words from Chartrand 2015-2016 British Literature Class
Son
Aud
Ced/cess
Err
Sound - sonorous is full of sound
Hearing - audible is hearable
Go or proceed - procession is something that goes forward
Wander or stray - error is wander from correct
Son
Sound - sonorous is full of sound
Aud
Hearing - audible is hearable
30 terms
Unit 8 Literature Vocal + Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
strong dislike, bitter hostility
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
fearful or anxious, especially about the future
to praise, express approval, to present as worthy of attentio…
animosity
strong dislike, bitter hostility
apathy
a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
27 terms
American Literature Root Words, Prefix, and Suffix
Anthrop
Chron
Morph
Path
Human
Time
Form
Feeling, Suffering
Anthrop
Human
Chron
Time
32 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 3(Latin Roots)
act
alt
anima, anim
ann, enn
to do, drive
high
life, mind
year
act
to do, drive
alt
high
15 terms
world literature quarter one roots prefixes and suffixes
aud
cred
mar
dic
hear
believe
sea
speak
aud
hear
cred
believe
21 terms
Literature Terms and Vocabulary root/suffix for Midterm
simile
metaphor
personification
imagery
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
visually descriptive figurative language, especially in a lit…
simile
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
metaphor
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
47 terms
Literature 9H Midterm Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots
De
Di
Dia
Dis
...
Two, twice
Through, between
Apart, away
De
...
Di
Two, twice
27 terms
American Literature: Latin Prefixes/Roots/Suffixes
ion
a/an
voc/vok
ambi
Part of speech, noun: Vocation, vacation
without or lacking, against
speak, voice, call
both, all
ion
Part of speech, noun: Vocation, vacation
a/an
without or lacking, against
27 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 1(Greek Roots)
anthropo
aster, astro
baro
biblio, bibli
human being
star
pressure
book
anthropo
human being
aster, astro
star
32 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 5(Latin Roots)
manu
mar
med, medi
medic
hand
sea
middle
physician, to heal
manu
hand
mar
sea
32 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 5(Latin Roots)
manu
mar
med, medi
medic
hand
sea
middle
physician, to heal
manu
hand
mar
sea
32 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 5(Latin Roots)
manu
mar
med, medi
medic
hand
sea
middle
physician, to heal
manu
hand
mar
sea
10 terms
6th Literature - Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes - List 1
con-
mal-
mis-
non-
together
bad
bad
not
con-
together
mal-
bad
10 terms
6th Literature - Root Words, Prefixes, Suffixes - List 2
-archy
-cide
-ician
aqua
government
kill
specialist
water
-archy
government
-cide
kill
10 terms
6th Literature - Root Words, Prefixes, and Suffixes - List 3
auto
scrib
logy
dict
self
write
science/study of
say
auto
self
scrib
write
32 terms
Literature: Common Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes-Part 5(Latin Roots)
manu
mar
med, medi
medic
hand
sea
middle
physician, to heal
manu
hand
mar
sea
36 terms
H American Literature Prefixes, Roots & Suffixes Vocabulary #11-15
interrogate (-rog-)
arrogant (-rog-)
abrogate (-rog-)
surrogate (-rog-)
to question; to ask
conceited; to ask
to do away with; to ask
substitute; to ask
interrogate (-rog-)
to question; to ask
arrogant (-rog-)
conceited; to ask
61 terms
Combo with "Combo with Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 1 and 2" and 2 others
dem
log
gen, gon
gyn, gyne, gynaec, gynec
people
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
kind; race; origin
woman
dem
people
log
idea; word; speech; discussion; reason; study
38 terms
H American Literature Prefixes, Roots & Suffixes Vocabulary #16-20
tain/ten/tent/tin
detain (-tain)
pertain (-tain)
tenacious (ten-)
to hold
to hold back; to hold
involve; to hold
stubborn; to hold
tain/ten/tent/tin
to hold
detain (-tain)
to hold back; to hold
206 terms
Literature Units 1-7 and Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots (rossi)
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
(v.) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force…
great confusion, disorder
abhor
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
amend
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
80 terms
Combo with "Honors British Literature: Greek Roots List 8" and 3 others
zo
anth
hipp
dendr, dender
animal
flower
horse
tree
zo
animal
anth
flower
7 terms
Book VI 2 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
GENUS; gen
DE
NASCI, NATUS; nasc, nat
FINGERE, FICTUM; fig, fict
race, type, kind
down from
to be born
to shape
GENUS; gen
race, type, kind
DE
down from
9 terms
Book VI 10 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
art
without
not
image
ARS, ARTIS; art, ert
LESS
IN
EIKON (Greek); icon
art
ARS, ARTIS; art, ert
without
LESS
12 terms
Book VI 7 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
soul, mind
body
life, spirit, soul, mind
weak
PSYCHE (Greek); psych
SOMA (Greek)
ANIMUS; anima
PUSILLUS
soul, mind
PSYCHE (Greek); psych
body
SOMA (Greek)
11 terms
Book VI 8 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to run
apart
together
beneath
CURRERE, CURSUM; cur
DIS
CON
SUB
to run
CURRERE, CURSUM; cur
apart
DIS
9 terms
Book VI 17 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
view
together
to close one's eyes
shadow, shade
OPSIS (Greek); op
SYN (Greek); COM
MUEIN (Greek)
UMBRA; umbr
view
OPSIS (Greek); op
together
SYN (Greek); COM
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