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10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson #1 English
envision
revise
supervise
visible
V. To imagine to form a picture in the mind of something that…
V. To look back and change to correct and improve
V. to direct or oversee to look after and take care of.
adj. Able to be seen or perceived
envision
V. To imagine to form a picture in the mind of something that…
revise
V. To look back and change to correct and improve
10 terms
Classical roots lesson 1 English
envision
Revise
supervise
visible
To imagine ; to form a picture in the mind of something that…
to look back and change; to correct and improve
to direct or oversee, to look after and take care of
able to be seen or perceived
envision
To imagine ; to form a picture in the mind of something that…
Revise
to look back and change; to correct and improve
12 terms
english classical roots lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
n. a long speech made by a performer or by one person in a gr…
n 1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen,…
n. a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
n 1. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service…
monologue
n. a long speech made by a performer or by one person in a gr…
monarch
n 1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen,…
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Classical Roots 1
Anthropology (n)
Autonomy (n)
Autopsy (n)
Feminism (n)
the scientific study of the origins, cultural development, an…
the condition of being self-governing; independence
the examination of a corpse to determine the cause of death
the belief that women should possess the same political and e…
Anthropology (n)
the scientific study of the origins, cultural development, an…
Autonomy (n)
the condition of being self-governing; independence
17 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
1. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service... 2.…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
5 terms
Classical Roots #1
A-, AB-, ABS-
A-, AN-
ALT-, ALTI-
AMBI-
away; from; off
not; without
high; height
both
A-, AB-, ABS-
away; from; off
A-, AN-
not; without
15 terms
English Vocab Lesson 1 (Classical Roots)
Humane
Humanism
Humanities
Anthropology
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
A philosophy on which interests and values of human beings ar…
Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
The scientific study of the origins, cultural development, an…
Humane
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
Humanism
A philosophy on which interests and values of human beings ar…
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Classical Roots Lesson 1 English 8th Grade
through
to bring, to bear, to carry
to stretch
percussion
"per"
"fero" "ferre" "tuli" "latum"
"tendo" "tendere" "tetendi" "tensum"
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
through
"per"
to bring, to bear, to carry
"fero" "ferre" "tuli" "latum"
English Vocabulary List (Classical Roots Chapter 1)
perennial
perennial
perennial
permeate
(adj) lasting for an indefinitely long time.
(adj) continuing regularly.
(adj) lasting two or more years, especially plants.
(v) to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.
perennial
(adj) lasting for an indefinitely long time.
perennial
(adj) continuing regularly.
15 terms
Lesson 1 Vocab, Classical Roots - 8th English
Humane
Humanism
Humanities
Anthropology
(adj.) Kind, compassionate.
(n) Philosophy where the interest and the values of humans is…
(n) Variety of subjects involving human culture.
(n) Study of human or of human origins, culture, and customs.
Humane
(adj.) Kind, compassionate.
Humanism
(n) Philosophy where the interest and the values of humans is…
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English Lesson 1 Classical Roots Vocabulary
Accredit
Credence
Creditable
Credulous
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Belief; acceptance as true
Deserving praise
Believing too easily; gullible
Accredit
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Credence
Belief; acceptance as true
33 terms
English Classical Roots Part 1 Lesson 1
Humanus
Anthropos
Logos
Mis
HUMAN
1 HUMAN BEING
THE STUDY OF
TO HATE
Humanus
HUMAN
Anthropos
1 HUMAN BEING
English Classical Roots Vocab 1 and 2
Monos
Monologue
Monarch
Monogram
One
A long speech made by one person in a group
1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire... 2. A large black an…
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Monos
One
Monologue
A long speech made by one person in a group
30 terms
English Ch. 1, 2 classical roots
humane
humanism
humanities
anthropology
having worthy qualities of human beings
a philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
scientific study of the origins, customs and cultural develop…
humane
having worthy qualities of human beings
humanism
a philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
31 terms
English Classical Roots Vocab 1 and 2
Monos/unus
Monologue
Monarch
Monogram
One
A long speech made by one person in a group
1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire... 2. A large black an…
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Monos/unus
One
Monologue
A long speech made by one person in a group
17 terms
English Classical Roots Lessons 1 and 2
Monolith
Monologue
Monopoly
Unanimous
(noun) 1. A large block of stone. 2. A large organization tha…
(noun) A long speech made by one performer or by one person i…
(noun) 1. Exclusive control of the trade in some item or serv…
(adjective) Being in complete agreement.
Monolith
(noun) 1. A large block of stone. 2. A large organization tha…
Monologue
(noun) A long speech made by one performer or by one person i…
31 terms
English Classical Roots Vocab 1 and 2
Monos/unus
Monologue
Monarch
Monogram
One
A long speech made by one person in a group
1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire... 2. A large black an…
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Monos/unus
One
Monologue
A long speech made by one person in a group
15 terms
English Vocal (classical roots) Chapter 1
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
(tr.v) to authorize; ... accreditation (n), accredited (adj), ac…
(n) belief; acceptance
adj deserving praise
adj. believing too easily; gullible; ... credulity (n)
accredit
(tr.v) to authorize; ... accreditation (n), accredited (adj), ac…
credence
(n) belief; acceptance
39 terms
Honors English 10 Classical Roots 1 & 2
Accredit
Credence
Creditable
Credulous
(v.) To authorize or certify; to believe... Other forms: accred…
(n.) Belief; acceptance as true
(adj.) Deserving praise
(adj.) Believing too easily; gullible... Other forms: credulity…
Accredit
(v.) To authorize or certify; to believe... Other forms: accred…
Credence
(n.) Belief; acceptance as true
29 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots (English 1-2)
anthropology
autocrat
automaton
autonomy
The scientific study of the origins, cultural developments, a…
A ruler with unlimited and absolute power.
A person who behaves in a mechanical, routine manner; a robot.
The condition of being self governing
anthropology
The scientific study of the origins, cultural developments, a…
autocrat
A ruler with unlimited and absolute power.
30 terms
English Lesson 1 and 2 Classical Roots
humane
humanism
humanities
anthropology
adj. Having worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindnes…
n. A philosophy in which interests and values human beings ar…
n. Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings in their…
n. The scientific study of the origins, cultural development,…
humane
adj. Having worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindnes…
humanism
n. A philosophy in which interests and values human beings ar…
10 terms
classical roots lesson#1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve.
v. To direct or oversee;to look after and take care of.
adj. Able to be seen or perceived.
envision
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
revise
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve.
25 terms
9th English-Exam1-Classical Roots/Vocab
Accredit
deity
divinity
theocracy
tr. v. To authorize; to certify; to believe.
n. A god or goddess.
n. 1. A god or goddess; a divine being.... 2. The state of being…
n. Government by divine power or priests.
Accredit
tr. v. To authorize; to certify; to believe.
deity
n. A god or goddess.
33 terms
Classical Roots 1-6
monos
unus
duo
duplex
one (m)
one (u)
two (d)
two fold
monos
one (m)
unus
one (u)
23 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 1
HUMANUS
humane (humaneness)
humanism (humanist, humanistic)
humanities
human being
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
HUMANUS
human being
humane (humaneness)
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
10 terms
Classical Roots Chp. 1
Root "circ"
Root "cycl"
circuit
circular
around
revolving
n. A closed route that goes around and object or area, such a…
adj. Having the shape of a circle.
Root "circ"
around
Root "cycl"
revolving
24 terms
English Classical Roots Suffixs
-ee
-or
-ible
-ive
One Who
One Who
Able to
Having the nature of
-ee
One Who
-or
One Who
12 terms
English - Classical Roots
Humanus
Anthropos
Homi- Homin-
Vir
L. Human being
G. Human being, man
L. Human being
L. Man
Humanus
L. Human being
Anthropos
G. Human being, man
60 terms
English classical roots final
credence
creditable
credulous
creed
belief; acceptance as true
deserving praise
believing too easily; gullible
a statement of belief or principle
credence
belief; acceptance as true
creditable
deserving praise
10 terms
English classical roots
Contradict
Addictive
Dictator
Avocation
To speak against, to say opposite of.
Habit-Forming, easy to say "yes" to.
A person who commands or rules with total authority.
A hobby or pastime that you enjoy doing in your spare time.
Contradict
To speak against, to say opposite of.
Addictive
Habit-Forming, easy to say "yes" to.
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Final English-Classical Roots
monarch
monogram
unanimous
bilateral
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
being in complete agreement;
having two sides; made between two persons or groups
monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
monogram
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
10 terms
Classical Roots, Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve
v. To direct or oversee, to look after and take care of.
adj. Able to be seen or perceived.
envision
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
revise
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve
11 terms
English Final/Classical Roots
misanthrope
genteel
heterogeneous
homogeneous
a person who hates all people
well-mannered; refined; polite
having parts that are unrelated or completely different
of the same kind or sort
misanthrope
a person who hates all people
genteel
well-mannered; refined; polite
9 terms
Classical Roots - Lesson #1
circuit
circular
circulate
circulate
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
having the shape of a circle
to move along a path and return to the same place
to move from person to person or from place to place
circuit
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
circular
having the shape of a circle
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 1
CIRC
CYCL
circuit
circular
from the Latin word circum meaning "around."
from the Greek word kuklos meaning "wheel."
(noun) a closed route that goes around an object or area, suc…
(adjective) Having the shape of a circle.
CIRC
from the Latin word circum meaning "around."
CYCL
from the Greek word kuklos meaning "wheel."
10 terms
Lesson 1 classical Roots
circuit
circular
circulate
semicircle
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
Having the shape of a circle.
1. to move along a path and return to the same place... 2. To mo…
Half circle
circuit
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
circular
Having the shape of a circle.
21 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 1
Humane
Humanism
Humanities
ANTHROPOS
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
Branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their c…
human being, man
Humane
Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness…
Humanism
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
8 terms
Lesson 1 classical Roots
circuit-noun
circular-adj
circulate-verb
semicircle-noun
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
Having the shape of a circle.
1. to move along a path and return to the same place... 2. To mo…
Half circle
circuit-noun
a closed route that goes around an object or area, such as th…
circular-adj
Having the shape of a circle.
10 terms
Classical Roots 1
circ
cycl
circuit
circulate
around
revolving
a path around something
to move in a circle around something
circ
around
cycl
revolving
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve
v. To direct or oversee, to look after and take care of.
adj. Able to be seen or perceived.
envision
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
revise
v. To look back and change; to correct and improve
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve
v.to direct or oversee; to look after and take care of
adj.able to be seen or percieved
envision
v. to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
revise
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve
29 terms
classical roots 1-4
envision
revise
supervise
visible
to imagine
to look back and change
to direct or oversee
able to be seen
envision
to imagine
revise
to look back and change
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine ; to form a picture in the mind of something th…
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve.
v. to direct or oversee, to look after and take care of.
adj. able to be seen or perceived.
envision
v. to imagine ; to form a picture in the mind of something th…
revise
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve.
9 terms
Classical roots 1
Grad
Gradually
Graduate
Graduation
From the Latin word gradus meaning "step ,grade level "
Step by step, in a slow manner, not suddenly
A student who has finished all the steps in a course of study
The ceremony at the completion of school
Grad
From the Latin word gradus meaning "step ,grade level "
Gradually
Step by step, in a slow manner, not suddenly
11 terms
English Vocab. classical roots
Monos
Unus
Dou
Douplex
One
One
Two
Twofold
Monos
One
Unus
One
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine to form a picture in the mind of something that…
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve.
v. to direct or oversee, to look after and take care of
adj. able to be seen or perceived
envision
v. to imagine to form a picture in the mind of something that…
revise
v. to look back and change; to correct and improve.
10 terms
Classical Roots, Lesson #1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
v. to imagine, to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
v. to look back and change; to correct or improve
v. to direct or oversee, to look and take care after
adj. able to be seen or perceived
envision
v. to imagine, to form a picture in the mind of something tha…
revise
v. to look back and change; to correct or improve
18 terms
English Classical Roots 7
Decrease
Dejected
Demote
Denominator
To make less, to become smaller
Downhearted, in low spirits, unhappy
To lower in rank or position, to move down or back
The numeral below the line, or to the right of the line, in a…
Decrease
To make less, to become smaller
Dejected
Downhearted, in low spirits, unhappy
19 terms
English Classical Roots
MIKROS
microbe
microcosm
MINUO
small
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
a miniature world, something that resembles something else on…
to lessen
MIKROS
small
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
10 terms
English Classical Roots
Antisocial
Association
Dissociate
Society
adj. Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. Harmful…
n. A club, society, or organization of people with similar in…
v. To break the ties between, separate from, stop associating…
n. People, human beings living and working as a group or a co…
Antisocial
adj. Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others. Harmful…
Association
n. A club, society, or organization of people with similar in…
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