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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 14
miss
admission
submissive
omission
send
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
miss
send
admission
confession; entrance
Greek Roots Unit 14
ARCH
EPH, EPI
LAT
LITER
begin; be first; ruler
on; at; besides; after
carried; borne
letter of the alphabet
ARCH
begin; be first; ruler
EPH, EPI
on; at; besides; after
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
hexagon
sextant
September
septennial
a 2-dimensional shape that has 6 sides and 6 angles
a sixth of a circle; a tool used to determine the position or…
the 9th month of the year, formerly the 7th
lasting for seven years; happening once every 7 years
hexagon
a 2-dimensional shape that has 6 sides and 6 angles
sextant
a sixth of a circle; a tool used to determine the position or…
11 terms
Unit 14 Latin and Greek Roots
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
1. confession 2. entrance
tending to obey or yield
act of leaving or neglecting
1. to set apart 2. to distinguish
admission
1. confession 2. entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 14 English Vocabulary
LOC
Locus
In lieu of
Allocate
place
specific place; especially, the center of an activity or event
in place of
to set aside for a special purpose
LOC
place
Locus
specific place; especially, the center of an activity or event
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
application
complicated
complex
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission
confession; entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 14
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
use; putting on
complex
complicated
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 14
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
Courier
Having no effect or inappropriate
Following in order
The way something is done
One who carries and delivers
Inconsequential
Having no effect or inappropriate
Consecutive
Following in order
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 14
VIR
Virile
Virtue
Virtuoso
man
adj. masculine, manly
n. right action; moral goodness
n. someone extraordinary skilled in a particular art
VIR
man
Virile
adj. masculine, manly
5 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 14
MISS
FER
TOL
TRACT
send
to carry, to bring
bring upwards, lift
to drag, to draw
MISS
send
FER
to carry, to bring
Latin and Greek roots unit 14
Application
Complex
Duplicate
Texture
N. The process of putting something on
Adj. complicated
V. To make another; to copy
N. The way something feels to the touch
Application
N. The process of putting something on
Complex
Adj. complicated
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission
confession; entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 14
application
complex
duplicate
texture
the process of putting something on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
the process of putting something on
complex
complicated
Unit 14 Latin & Greek Roots
Application
Complex
Duplicate
Texture
the process of putting something on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
Application
the process of putting something on
Complex
complicated
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 14
hexagon
sextant
September
septennial
a 2-dimensional shape that has 6 sides and 6 angles
a sixth of a circle; a tool used to determine the position or…
the 9th month of the year, formerly the 7th
lasting for seven years; happening once every 7 years
hexagon
a 2-dimensional shape that has 6 sides and 6 angles
sextant
a sixth of a circle; a tool used to determine the position or…
Unit 14 Latin and Greek Roots
Application
Complex
Duplicate
Texture
The process of putting something on
Complicated
To make another; to copy
The way something feels to the touch
Application
The process of putting something on
Complex
Complicated
Unit 14 - Greek roots
anticipate
microphone
symphony
antidote
προσδοκώ
μικρόφωνο
συμφωνία... (μουσικό κομμάτι)
αντἰδοτο
anticipate
προσδοκώ
microphone
μικρόφωνο
15 terms
Honors English 9 Roots Unit 14
capit
card
corp
dent
head
heart
body
tooth
capit
head
card
heart
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission
confession; entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 14
hexagon
sextant
September
septennial
a 2-dimensional figure that has six sides
a sixth of a circle; an instrument used to determine the posi…
the ninth month of the year, formerly the seventh
lasting for seven years; happening once every seven years
hexagon
a 2-dimensional figure that has six sides
sextant
a sixth of a circle; an instrument used to determine the posi…
11 terms
greek roots unit 14
admission root:miss
Submissive root: miss
differentiate root: fer
reference root: fer
conference, entrance root?
tending to obey or yeild root?
to set apart; to distinguish root?
to bring up mention root?
admission root:miss
conference, entrance root?
Submissive root: miss
tending to obey or yeild root?
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots III: Unit 14
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
Courier
Having no effect or importance
Following in order
The way something is done
One who carries and delivers
Inconsequential
Having no effect or importance
Consecutive
Following in order
Greek roots unit 14
admission (miss)
submissive (miss)
omission (miss)
differentiate (fer)
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission (miss)
confession; entrance
submissive (miss)
tending to obey or yield
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 14
hexagon
sextant
September
septennial
a 2-dimensional figure that has six angles and six sides
a sixth of a circle; an instrument use to determine the posit…
the ninth month of the year, formerly the seventh
lasting for seven years; happening once every seven years
hexagon
a 2-dimensional figure that has six angles and six sides
sextant
a sixth of a circle; an instrument use to determine the posit…
English 9 root words unit-14
Her
Lud
Mens
Miserari
To stick
To play
To measure
To pity
Her
To stick
Lud
To play
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 14
cosm
integr
cosmonaut
cosmopolitan
universe, order
whole, complete
a Russian astronaut
refers to something or someone being common to all the world
cosm
universe, order
integr
whole, complete
11 terms
Latin & Greek Roots English 3 Unit 14
Abominable
Abomination
Demonstrative
Metaphrase
Loathsome; disagreeable
Something disgustingly offensive
Openly expressive of emotions
An exact translaton or restatement
Abominable
Loathsome; disagreeable
Abomination
Something disgustingly offensive
Unit 14 (English 9)
sequi/sec (root)
inconsequential (adj)
consecutive (adj)
execution (n)
to follow
having no effect or importance
following in order
the way something is done
sequi/sec (root)
to follow
inconsequential (adj)
having no effect or importance
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 14
semantic
semiotic
phraseology
metaphrase
adj. having to do with meaning of words or language
adj. of or related to signs or symbols
n. the way in which something is expressed; style
n. an exact translation or restatement
semantic
adj. having to do with meaning of words or language
semiotic
adj. of or related to signs or symbols
Latin/Greek Roots Unit 14
sequi/sec
cur/cour
grad/gress
ambl/ambul
to follow
to run
to step
to walk
sequi/sec
to follow
cur/cour
to run
English I: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 14
virile
virtue
virtuoso
demagogue
masculine; manly
right action; moral goodness
someone extraordinarily skilled in a particular art
a leader who appeals to people's emotions to gain power
virile
masculine; manly
virtue
right action; moral goodness
English AP III; Latin and Greek Roots Vocab unit 14
Sema, Semio
Semantic
Semiotic
Digm, Dick
Greek "sign"
Adj having to do with the meaning of words or language
Adj of or relating to signs or symbols
Greek "showing, comparison"
Sema, Semio
Greek "sign"
Semantic
Adj having to do with the meaning of words or language
9 terms
Unit 14 Greek & Latin Roots Vocabulary
SPHERE
STRATOSPHERE
HEMISPHERE
COSM
= ball
the layer of the earth's atmosphere
a half of the earth
= universe
SPHERE
= ball
STRATOSPHERE
the layer of the earth's atmosphere
Unit 14 Greek and Latin Roots Vocab Words
Plic,Plex
Application
Complex
Duplicate
1. "to weave"... 2."Putting on"
n. 1. use... 2. putting on
adj. complicated;composite;confused
v. to make another;to copy;equal;twin
Plic,Plex
1. "to weave"... 2."Putting on"
Application
n. 1. use... 2. putting on
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
use; putting on
complex
complicated
Unit 14 Greek and Latin Roots Vocab
APPLICATION
COMPLEX
DUPLICATE
TEXTURE
The process of putting something on
Complicated
To make another; to copy
The way something feels to the touch
APPLICATION
The process of putting something on
COMPLEX
Complicated
10 terms
Unit 14 English 9 WY Waters
ensemble
entice
entomb
entomology
a coordinated outfit or costume; a musical group
to lure, to attract, to tempt in a pleasing fashion
to place in or as if in a tomb or a grave
the scientific study of insects
ensemble
a coordinated outfit or costume; a musical group
entice
to lure, to attract, to tempt in a pleasing fashion
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
use; putting on
complex
complicated
20 terms
Unit 14- English 9
alacrity
alleviate
antithesis
appall
a cheerful readiness: brisk and eager action
to relieve, making more bearable
the direct opposite; a sharp contrast
to fill with dismay or horror
alacrity
a cheerful readiness: brisk and eager action
alleviate
to relieve, making more bearable
12 terms
Unit 14: Greek and Latin Roots
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
Courier
Having no effect or importance
Following in order
The way something is done
One who carries and delivers
Inconsequential
Having no effect or importance
Consecutive
Following in order
10 terms
Unit 14 Greek and Latin Word Roots
phobia
ornitho
arachn(o)
ento
fear of
birds
spiders
insects
phobia
fear of
ornitho
birds
unit 14 Greek and Latin roots
sequi/ sec
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
to follow
having no effect or importance
following in order
the way something is done
sequi/ sec
to follow
inconsequential
having no effect or importance
13 terms
Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots unit 14
PLIC, PLEX
application
complex
duplicate
"to weave"
1. Use 2. Putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
PLIC, PLEX
"to weave"
application
1. Use 2. Putting on
16 terms
Unit 14 Latin and Greek Roots
Vir
Dem
Polit
Civis
Man
People
City
Citizen
Vir
Man
Dem
People
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 14
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
courier
having no effect or importance
following in order
the way something is done
one who carries and delivers
inconsequential
having no effect or importance
consecutive
following in order
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 14
virile
virtue
virtuoso
demagogue
masculine; manly
right action; moral goddess
someone extraordinarily skilled in a particular art
A leader who appeals to people's emotions to gain power
virile
masculine; manly
virtue
right action; moral goddess
20 terms
English 9 Unit 14
annex
cleave
cordial
cornerstone
(v.) To add to, attach: to incorporate;(n.) An attachment or…
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
In a friendly manner, hearty; cheery; a liqueur
(n.) the starting point of a building; a fundamental principl…
annex
(v.) To add to, attach: to incorporate;(n.) An attachment or…
cleave
(v.) To cut or split open; to cling to
Greek & Latin Roots, Unit 14
hex/sex (Latin Roots)
sept (Latin)
oct (Greek)
hexagon
six
seven
eight
a 2-dimensional figure that has six angles and six sides
hex/sex (Latin Roots)
six
sept (Latin)
seven
greek and latin roots unit 14
flect, flex
flu
cide, sec, seg
mis(o)
to bend
to flow
to kill, to cut
to hate
flect, flex
to bend
flu
to flow
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