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B's: Greek and Latin Roots Unit 6
cap
san
phil
ord
Latin root for head
Latin root for health
Greek root for Love
Latin for row or rank
cap
Latin root for head
san
Latin root for health
24 terms
B's Unit 7 Greek and Latin Roots
log
strict
max
nov
Greek root for word
Latin root for draw tight
Latin root for greatest
Latin root for new
log
Greek root for word
strict
Latin root for draw tight
21 terms
B's Unit 8 Greek and Latin Roots
orig
neg
min
mand
beginning
no
small or less
order
orig
beginning
neg
no
20 terms
B's: Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
vis
television
vision
invisible
Latin root for see.
transports visual images into your home
your sense of sight
something that cannot be seen
vis
Latin root for see.
television
transports visual images into your home
22 terms
B's Unit 5: Greek and Latin Root
factory
manufactured
artifact
benefactor
A large building in which machinery is used to manufacture go…
produced in a factory
something made long ago that is of cultural or historical int…
someone who makes or provides something good for others
factory
A large building in which machinery is used to manufacture go…
manufactured
produced in a factory
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G.C.S.E. Classical Greek Prepositions B401
εις + acc
προς + acc
εν + dat
απο + gen
to, into
Towards, against
in, among
from, away from
εις + acc
to, into
προς + acc
Towards, against
28 terms
English Roots: Latin and Greek (Vocabulary form Classical Roots B)
AB (A)
AD
ANNUS
CARPERE
Latin for "away from"
Latin for "to" / "toward"
Latin for "year"
Latin for "to pick" / "to pluck" / "to seize"
AB (A)
Latin for "away from"
AD
Latin for "to" / "toward"
24 terms
G.C.S.E. Classical Greek Pronouns B401
ἐγώ
ἐμοῦ
ἐμοί
ἐμέ
I
of/from me
in/by/to me
me
ἐγώ
I
ἐμοῦ
of/from me
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G.C.S.E. Classical Greek Pronouns 2 B401
ἀλλος, ἀλλη, ἀλλο
αὐτος, αὐτη, αὐτο
ὁ αὐτος, ἡ αὐτη, το αὐτο
αὐτον, αὐτην, αὐτο
other, another
self, himself, herself, itself
the same
him, her, it, them
ἀλλος, ἀλλη, ἀλλο
other, another
αὐτος, αὐτη, αὐτο
self, himself, herself, itself
Common Greek and Latin Roots-B's
Belli
Ben
Biblio
Bio
War... Example: Rebellion
Good... Example: Beneficial
Book... Example: Bible
Life... Example: Biology
Belli
War... Example: Rebellion
Ben
Good... Example: Beneficial
Common Greek and Latin Roots A & B's
act
agri
alt
alter
do
field
high
other
act
do
agri
field
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B Lessons 1-6 Greek and Latin Roots
Per
Fero, Ferre, Tuli, Latum
Tendo, Tendere, Tentendi, Tensum
Sub
Through
To bring; to bear;to carry
To stretch
Under
Per
Through
Fero, Ferre, Tuli, Latum
To bring; to bear;to carry
20 terms
B's Greek and Latin Roots Unit/Set 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
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots for Vocabulary from the Classical Roots (Book B): Lessons 7 and 8
7. radere (L)
7. unda (L)
7. condere (L)
7. horrere (L)
to scrape
wave
to put together
to shudder
7. radere (L)
to scrape
7. unda (L)
wave
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Greek and Latin Roots for Vocabulary from the Classical Roots (Book B) Lessons 3 and 4
hilaris (L)
onus (L)
orbita (L)
pono, ponere, posui, positum (L)
cheerful, happy
burden, load
route*
to place, to put
hilaris (L)
cheerful, happy
onus (L)
burden, load
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots for Vocabulary from the Classical Roots (Book B): Lessons 5 and 6
haerere (L)
loqui (L)
miser (L)
donum (L)
to stick to
to speak
miserable, wretched
gift
haerere (L)
to stick to
loqui (L)
to speak
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots for Vocabulary from the Classical Roots (Book B) Lesson 1 and 2
1. per (L)
1. annus (L)
1. severus (L)
1. ferro, ferre, tuli, latum (L)
through
year
severe, serious
to bring, to bear, to carry
1. per (L)
through
1. annus (L)
year
Greek & Latin Roots for AP Bio (B's & C's)
bi
bio
brady
cephal, cephalo
two
life
slow
head
bi
two
bio
life
22 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Book B (Latin and Greek roots, semester 2)
re
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi
video, videre, vidi, visum
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum
L. "back, again"
L. "to exhibit"
L. "to see"
L. "to look at"
re
L. "back, again"
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi
L. "to exhibit"
25 terms
Norma Fifer and Nancy Flower's Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B: Lessons 5 and 6
CUM
Coherent
Colloquial
Commiserate
"With", "Together With"
1) (adj.) Showing an orderly relation of parts.... 2) Sticking t…
(adj.) Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than fo…
(tr. and intr. v) To feel or express sorrow or pity.
CUM
"With", "Together With"
Coherent
1) (adj.) Showing an orderly relation of parts.... 2) Sticking t…
Norma Fifer and Nancy Flower's Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B: Lessons 5 and 6
Coherent
Colloquial
Commiserate
Condone
1) (adj.) Showing an orderly relation of parts.... 2) Sticking t…
(adj.) Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than fo…
(tr. and intr. v) To feel or express sorrow or pity.
(tr. v) To forgive; to disregard an offense.
Coherent
1) (adj.) Showing an orderly relation of parts.... 2) Sticking t…
Colloquial
(adj.) Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than fo…
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots B
bio
biology
biography
autobiography
life, living things
the study of life
the story of one's life written by another
the story of one's life written by oneself
bio
life, living things
biology
the study of life
10 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B Lesson 6
Aptitude
Inept
Adjunct
Conjugate
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Without skill
An added part not essential to the whole.
To Give forms of verbs in a fixed order
Aptitude
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Inept
Without skill
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 1
percussion
perennial
persevere
permeate
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
to hold fast to a task despite handicaps or obstacles
to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
percussion
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
perennial
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots B
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
to twist or bend out of shape
to change something to make it false; to twist out of its nat…
subvert
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
subservient
excessively willing to yield; submissive
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
harsh, rough
to exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
to leave quickly and secretly hide oneself
to detest thoroughly; hate
abrasive
harsh, rough
abound
to exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
5 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (B) - Lessons 9 & 10 Word Roots
re
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensum
video, videre, vidi, visum
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatum
(<L.) back, again
(<L.) to exhibit
(<L.) to see
(<L.) to look at
re
(<L.) back, again
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensum
(<L.) to exhibit
6 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (B) - Lessons 11 & 12 Word Roots
ad
oleo, olero, olui
sono, sonare, sonui, sonitum
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
(<L.) to/toward
(<L.) to smell
(<L.) to sound
(<L.) to call
ad
(<L.) to/toward
oleo, olero, olui
(<L.) to smell
35 terms
Greek Roots
theo
geo
hydro
hypno
god
earth
water
sleep
theo
god
geo
earth
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots B
bio
biology
biography
autobiography
life, living things
the study of life
the story of one's life written by another
the story of one's life written by oneself
bio
life, living things
biology
the study of life
8 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (B) - Lessons 13 & 14 Word Roots
pro
jocus
suavis
festus
<L. before, for
<L. joke
<L. delightful
<L. festive
pro
<L. before, for
jocus
<L. joke
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
cum
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
<L. "with"
Showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
cum
<L. "with"
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 7
AB
abrasive
abound
abscond
L. away from
Harsh; rough
1. To exist in great quantities or numbers 2. To be fully sup…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
AB
L. away from
abrasive
Harsh; rough
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 2
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
to twist or bend out of shape
1. to change something to make it false... 2. to twist (somethin…
subvert
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
subservient
excessively willing to yield; submissive
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots A
aster
asterisk
astronomy
asteroid
Star
Star shaped mark
Scientific study of stars, moon, etc.
Planets in the shape of a star
aster
Star
asterisk
Star shaped mark
275 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B
Nolo contendere.
PER <L
percussion
cuss=quatere <L
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
through
(n) 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another... 2. Ins…
to strike
Nolo contendere.
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
PER <L
through
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B - Lesson 8
SUPER
superlative
superfluous
CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUM
L. above
The highest; above the rest.
Beyond what is required; extra.
L. to cut
SUPER
L. above
superlative
The highest; above the rest.
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 8
SUPER
superlative
superfluous
CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUM
<L. "above"
The highest; above the rest
Beyond what is required; extra.
<L. "to cut"
SUPER
<L. "above"
superlative
The highest; above the rest
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; make known
confines
limits or boundaries
refine
to make more pure or precise
13 terms
Classical Roots Book B Lesson 5
cum
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
<L. "with"
Showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
cum
<L. "with"
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
10 terms
Greek/Latin Roots - Set B
aster, astr
aud, aus
aug, auc
auto, aut
star
hear, listen
increase
self
aster, astr
star
aud, aus
hear, listen
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 6
aptitude
inept
adjunct
conjugate
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
1. Without skill... 2. Inappropriate or out of place; foolish or…
An added part not essential to the whole
To give forms of verbs in a fixed order
aptitude
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
inept
1. Without skill... 2. Inappropriate or out of place; foolish or…
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
Harsh; rough
To exist in great quantities or numbers
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
abrasive
Harsh; rough
abound
To exist in great quantities or numbers
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots - man,manu
emancipate
manacles
manager
mandate
(v). to set free; to lend a hand in freeing someone; to relea…
(n). handcuffs.
(n). a person who has the upper hand; a person who is in char…
(n). an order or command placed in one's hands.
emancipate
(v). to set free; to lend a hand in freeing someone; to relea…
manacles
(n). handcuffs.
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 1
percussion
perennial
permeate
persevere
1. the sharp striking of one thing against another; ... 2. instr…
1. lasting for an indefinitely long time; ... 2. continuing regu…
to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
to hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
percussion
1. the sharp striking of one thing against another; ... 2. instr…
perennial
1. lasting for an indefinitely long time; ... 2. continuing regu…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 5
coherent
colloquial
commiserate
condone
Showing an orderly relation of parts
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
To feel or express sorrow or pity
To forgive or disregard an offense
coherent
Showing an orderly relation of parts
colloquial
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B - Lesson 9
RE
refute
reiterate
repartee
L. back, again
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove.
To say over again.
1. A quick, witty reply.... 2. Conversation characterized by suc…
RE
L. back, again
refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove.
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots 6, Lesson 1
envision
spectacle
visible
prospect
- to imagine... - to form a picture in your mind of something th…
- a strikingly grand or unusual sight
- able to be seen or perceived
- to look for... - to explore and search for mineral deposits
envision
- to imagine... - to form a picture in your mind of something th…
spectacle
- a strikingly grand or unusual sight
18 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots 6 Lesson 3
addictive
avocation
contradict
dictation
habit-forming; easy to say yes to
a hobby; something you like to do
to speak against; to say the opposite
saying words for someone else to write down
addictive
habit-forming; easy to say yes to
avocation
a hobby; something you like to do
31 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (B) - Lessons 11 & 12 Word Usage
The __________ campaign committee will…
Our camp counselor __________ us to qu…
Although __________ by the ranger to k…
The body __________ sugars and carbohy…
ad hoc
admonished
admonished
assimilates
The __________ campaign committee will…
ad hoc
Our camp counselor __________ us to qu…
admonished
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