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15 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monogram
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
n. A large black and orange American butterfly
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
monologue
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
16 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 2
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
n. a group of three literary or musical works that have a rel…
tr. v. to divide into three parts
n. a group of three, especially in authority
n. a quarter of a circle or of its circumference
trilogy
n. a group of three literary or musical works that have a rel…
trisect
tr. v. to divide into three parts
15 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monogram
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
n. A large black and orange American butterfly
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
monologue
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
6 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 3A
pan G.... omnis L.
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
all
uproar
A cure-all for diseases or troubles.
Having unlimited power.
pan G.... omnis L.
all
pandemonium
uproar
8 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 2A
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
A group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
To divide into three parts.
A group of three, especially in authority.
A quarter of a circle or of its circumference.
trilogy
A group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
trisect
To divide into three parts.
77 terms
Classical Roots: Book A
monos (Greek)
unus (Latin)
duo (Latin)
duplex (Latin)
one
one
two
twofold
monos (Greek)
one
unus (Latin)
one
8 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 3B
holos G.... totus L.
Catholic
Holocaust
totalitarian
whole
Referring to the Roman Catholic church.
Murder by the Nazis of over 6 million Jews and millions of ot…
Ruling with absolute control.
holos G.... totus L.
whole
Catholic
Referring to the Roman Catholic church.
7 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 1A
monos
monologue
monarch (1)
monarch (2)
one
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
A large black and orange American butterfly.
monos
one
monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
11 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 1B
unanimous
unilateral
duplex
duplicate
Being in complete agreement
One-sided; done by or affecting one person, group, or country…
A dwelling with two living units.
To make an identical copy or double of something; to repeat.
unanimous
Being in complete agreement
unilateral
One-sided; done by or affecting one person, group, or country…
17 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monogram
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
n. A large black and orange American butterfly
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
monologue
n. A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n.- a person who rules a kingdom or empire ; a king or queen,…
24 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 5
microbe
microcosm
microcosm
minuscule
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
a miniature world
something that resembles something else on a very small scale
extremely small
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
microcosm
a miniature world
11 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 2
trilogy
trisect
triumverate
quadrant
a group of three literary or musical works
to divide into three parts
a group of three, especially in authority
any of the four parts of an area divided by perpendicular lines
trilogy
a group of three literary or musical works
trisect
to divide into three parts
17 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 12
itinerant
itinerary
itinerary
advent
v. traveling from place to place,especially to perform some d…
n. A route of travel.
n. A plan or record of a journey.
n. arrival or coming into being.
itinerant
v. traveling from place to place,especially to perform some d…
itinerary
n. A route of travel.
13 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 10
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage.
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music.
Abnormal growth or outgrowth.
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action.
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage.
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music.
11 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
uproar
a cure-all for disease or trouble
having unlimited power
present everywhere
pandemonium
uproar
panacea
a cure-all for disease or trouble
11 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
macrocosm
magnanimous
adj. plentiful; in large amounts
n. the universe
n. any great whole
adj. noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
copious
adj. plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
n. the universe
11 terms
Classical Roots A #9
Artifact
Artifice
Artless
Artisan
An object made by a human
Craftiness;Trickery
Natural
A skilled craftsperson
Artifact
An object made by a human
Artifice
Craftiness;Trickery
11 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
macrocosm
macnanimous
plentiful; in large amounts
the universe
any great whole
nobel and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
the universe
27 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 2
trilogy
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
a group of three literary or musical pieces that have a relat…
to divide into three parts
a group of three, especially in authority
a quarter of a circle or of its circumference
trilogy
a group of three literary or musical pieces that have a relat…
trisect
to divide into three parts
36 terms
L.A classical roots
apis
avis
bos, bovis
canis
bee
bird
cow
dog
apis
bee
avis
bird
28 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
the beginning of something
in its early stages
to destroy completely
the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
inception
the beginning of something
incipient
in its early stages
28 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
uproar
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
having unlimited power
present everywhere
pandemonium
uproar
panacea
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
26 terms
Classical Roots A - Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monarch
a long speech made by one performer or one person in a group
a person who rules a kingdom or empire
a king or queen, emperor or empress
a large black and orange American butterfly
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or one person in a group
monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or empire
13 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
n. the beginning of something
adj. in its early stages; beginning
tr. v. to destroy completely
n. the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
inception
n. the beginning of something
incipient
adj. in its early stages; beginning
167 terms
classical roots a
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech
a person who rules; butterfly
design composed of letters
exclusive control/ownership
monologue
a long speech
monarch
a person who rules; butterfly
13 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 11
transgress
transitive
transitory
translucent
v. To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
adj. describing an action carried from subject to verb to obj…
adj. Lasting for only a short while.
adj. Permitting light to pass through, but not transparent.
transgress
v. To go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule.
transitive
adj. describing an action carried from subject to verb to obj…
11 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 9
artifact
artifice
artless
artisan
n. An object made by human beings; often refers to a primitiv…
n. Craftiness, trickery; cleverness, skill
adj. Without deceit or cunning, natural, simple. Crude, ignor…
n. A skilled craftsperson
artifact
n. An object made by human beings; often refers to a primitiv…
artifice
n. Craftiness, trickery; cleverness, skill
13 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 8
premier
premier
primate
primate
adj. First in time or importance.
n. A prime minister or head of state.
n. 1. A archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
n. A member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, ap…
premier
adj. First in time or importance.
premier
n. A prime minister or head of state.
11 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 13
accelerate
celerity
concur
discourse
To cause faster movement; to go faster.
Swiftness; quickness; speed.
To agree, to cooperate; To coincide, to happen simultaneously.
Conversation; A formal discussion of a subject in speech or w…
accelerate
To cause faster movement; to go faster.
celerity
Swiftness; quickness; speed.
16 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 3
pandemonim
panacea
omnipotent
omnivorous
n. uproar
n. a cure-all for diseases or troubles
adj. having unlimited powers; all-powerful
adj. feeding on both plants and meat;
pandemonim
n. uproar
panacea
n. a cure-all for diseases or troubles
60 terms
Classical Roots book a
monos
tri, tres
pan
holos
one
three
all
whole
monos
one
tri, tres
three
11 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 7
antebellum
antecedent
anterior
avant-garde
Of a period before a war, especially the American Civil War
A thing or event that precedes
Coming before in position or time
Ahead of the times, especially in the arts
antebellum
Of a period before a war, especially the American Civil War
antecedent
A thing or event that precedes
13 terms
Classical Roots A- Lesson 5
microbe
microcosm
miniscule
minutia
(n) an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one th…
(n) a miniature world; something that resembles something els…
(adj) extremely small
(n) a small or trivial detail
microbe
(n) an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one th…
microcosm
(n) a miniature world; something that resembles something els…
18 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 16
cat <L
feline
lion <L
lion <G
felis <L
(n) a member of the family of cats, lions, tigers and jaguars…
leo, leonis <L
leon <G
cat <L
felis <L
feline
(n) a member of the family of cats, lions, tigers and jaguars…
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 14
to jump, to leap <L
assail
desultory
exult
salio, salire, salui, saltum <L
(tr v) 1. to attack violently; to assault.... 2. to attack with…
(adj) 1. jumping from one thing to another; rambling... 2. hapha…
(intr v) to rejoice greatly; to be triumphant
to jump, to leap <L
salio, salire, salui, saltum <L
assail
(tr v) 1. to attack violently; to assault.... 2. to attack with…
11 terms
Classical Roots A Lesson 2
trisect
triumvirate
quadrant
quartet
to divide into three parts
A group of three, especially in authority
any of the four parts of an area divided by perpendicular lin…
a musical composition for four voices or instruments; a set o…
trisect
to divide into three parts
triumvirate
A group of three, especially in authority
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 14
to jump, to leap <L
assail
desultory
exult
salio, salire, salui, saltum <L
(tr v) 1. to attack violently; to assault.... 2. to attack with…
(adj) 1. jumping from one thing to another; rambling.... 2. haph…
(intr v) to rejoice greatly; to be triumphant.
to jump, to leap <L
salio, salire, salui, saltum <L
assail
(tr v) 1. to attack violently; to assault.... 2. to attack with…
59 terms
Classical Roots A (All Roots)
Monos, Unus
Duo, Bi
Duplex
Tri, Tres
one
two
twofold
three
Monos, Unus
one
Duo, Bi
two
20 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 16
felis... (<L.)
feline... (noun)
feline... (adjective)
leo, leonis
Latin: cat
(n.) A member of the family of cats, lions, tigers, and jagua…
(adj.) Belonging to the cat family; having characteristics of…
Latin: lion
felis... (<L.)
Latin: cat
feline... (noun)
(n.) A member of the family of cats, lions, tigers, and jagua…
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson10
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum... (<L.)
accrue... (intr. verb)
crescendo... (noun)
excrescence... (noun)
Latin: to grow, to increase
(intr. v.) To come as a natural increase or advantage.
(n.) A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music.
(n.) Abnormal growth or outgrowth.
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum... (<L.)
Latin: to grow, to increase
accrue... (intr. verb)
(intr. v.) To come as a natural increase or advantage.
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 15
bee <L
apiary
bird <L
aviary
apis <L
(n) a place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for thei…
avis <L
(n) a house, enclosure, or large cage for birds
bee <L
apis <L
apiary
(n) a place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for thei…
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 13
swift <L
accelerate
celerity
to run <L
celer <L
(tr & intr v) to cause faster movement; to go faster
(n) swiftness; quickness; speed
curro, currere, cucurri, cursum <L;
swift <L
celer <L
accelerate
(tr & intr v) to cause faster movement; to go faster
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 10
to grow, to increase <L
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum <L
(intr v) to come as a natural increase or advantage
(n) a gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
(n) abnormal growth or outgrowth
to grow, to increase <L
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum <L
accrue
(intr v) to come as a natural increase or advantage
14 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 12
journey <L
itinerant
itinerary
to come <L
iter, itineris <L
(adj) traveling from place to place, especially to perform so…
(n) a route of travel. ... 2. a plan or record of a journey
venio, venire, veni, ventum <L
journey <L
iter, itineris <L
itinerant
(adj) traveling from place to place, especially to perform so…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 8
first <L
premier
primate
prime
primus <L
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
(n) 1. an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others…
(n) first in rank, excellence, quality, importance or time; (…
first <L
primus <L
premier
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 9
art <L
artifact
artifice
artless
ars, artis <L
(n) an object made by human beings often refers to a primitiv…
(n) 1. craftiness; trickery... 2. cleverness; skill
(adj) 1. without deceit or cunning; natural; simple;... 2. crude…
art <L
ars, artis <L
artifact
(n) an object made by human beings often refers to a primitiv…
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson15
apis... (<L.)
apiary... (noun)
avis... (<L.)
aviary... (noun)
Latin: bee
(n.) A place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for the…
Latin: bird
(n.) A house, enclosure, or large cage for birds.
apis... (<L.)
Latin: bee
apiary... (noun)
(n.) A place where hives or colonies of bees are kept for the…
17 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 4
to begin <L
inception
incipient
nothing <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
The beginning of something. (n)
In its early stages; beginning. (adj)
nihil <L
to begin <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
inception
The beginning of something. (n)
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 3
all <G
pandemonium
panacea
all <L
pan <G
Uproar. (n)
A cure-all for diseases or troubles. (n)
omnis <L
all <G
pan <G
pandemonium
Uproar. (n)
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 9
ars, artis... (<L.)
artifact... (noun)
artifice... (noun)
artless... (adjective)
Latin: art
(n.) An object made by human beings; often refers to a primit…
(n.) 1- Craftiness; trickery.... 2- Cleverness; skill.
(adj.) 1- Without deceit or cunning; natural; simple.... 2- Cru…
ars, artis... (<L.)
Latin: art
artifact... (noun)
(n.) An object made by human beings; often refers to a primit…
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