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23 terms
Hadden English Book A Classical Roots Vocabulary
bilateral
bipartisan
bisect
duplex
1. Having two sides. adj.... 2. Made between two persons or grou…
Involving two political parties. adj.
To divide into two equal parts. tr. v.
A dwelling with two living units. n.
bilateral
1. Having two sides. adj.... 2. Made between two persons or grou…
bipartisan
Involving two political parties. adj.
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English 3 Classical Roots Book E
Interloper
Internecine
Interpolate
Interregnum
(n) One who intrudes by meddling or trespassing the rights of…
(adj) Very destructive to both sides in a conflict. Conflict…
(v) To insert or add something between other parts IN TEXT
(n) Interval between controlling elements Ex: a president/king
Interloper
(n) One who intrudes by meddling or trespassing the rights of…
Internecine
(adj) Very destructive to both sides in a conflict. Conflict…
40 terms
Classical Roots Book 6
scrib/scrip
-logy
mis/mit
port
Written
Science/the study of
Send
Carry
scrib/scrip
Written
-logy
Science/the study of
40 terms
classical roots book 5
aqua
astr
bass
bi
water
space
low
two
aqua
water
astr
space
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 16 (for english final)
feign
feint
effigy
ideology
(v.) to pretend
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
(n.) a sculpture or model of a person.
(n.) the main ideas of a class, group, or movement.
feign
(v.) to pretend
feint
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
25 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 5: Writing
Postscript
Prescription
Scribe
Script
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by…
The text of a play, movie, or broadcast; handwriting
Postscript
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
Prescription
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
77 terms
Classical Roots: Book A
monos (Greek)
unus (Latin)
duo (Latin)
duplex (Latin)
one
one
two
twofold
monos (Greek)
one
unus (Latin)
one
19 terms
English Lesson 12 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUM
CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUM
PRAEDA
PUNGO, PUNGERE, PUNGI, PUNCTUM
to fall, to come to an end
to move, to yield
spoils of war, plunder, booty
to prick, to puncture
CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUM
to fall, to come to an end
CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUM
to move, to yield
21 terms
English book A chapter 11 and 12 vocabulary from classical roots
aberration
ambience
episode
erratic
...
...
...
...
aberration
...
ambience
...
8 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson 6
telecast
teleconference
telegraph
telemarketing
n. a broadcast by television
n. a meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
n. an instrument invented in 1837 by Samuel Morse that used e…
n. selling by telephone
telecast
n. a broadcast by television
teleconference
n. a meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
9 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson 7
inactive
informal
insignificant
insomnia
adj. 1. not moving or active. 2. no longer in use
adj. casual, relaxed, not formal
adj. not significant, unimportant, lacking power or value.
n. an ongoing condition of being unable to fall or stay asleep
inactive
adj. 1. not moving or active. 2. no longer in use
informal
adj. casual, relaxed, not formal
20 terms
[English] Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book E Lesson 2
ALTER
Altercation
Altruism
EPI
other
to have difference with another; a noisy quarrel
concern for the welfare of others; unselfishness
on; toward
ALTER
other
Altercation
to have difference with another; a noisy quarrel
15 terms
Classical Roots Book D lesson 1
Accredit
Credence
Creditable
Credulous
To authorize
Belief
Deserving praise
Gullible
Accredit
To authorize
Credence
Belief
15 terms
Classical Roots Book D Lesson 7
Affable
Ineffable
Dictatorial
Diction
Easy to speak to; approachable.
Beyond description; indescribable.
Domineering; autocratic, like a dictator.
1. Choice of words in a speech or writing.... 2. A person's mann…
Affable
Easy to speak to; approachable.
Ineffable
Beyond description; indescribable.
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Vocab Classical Roots Book D Lesson 9
apogee
geocentric
perigee
inter
n. The point in its orbit when a planet or satellite (usually…
adj. Referring to the center of the earth in measurement or o…
n. The point in its orbit when a planet or a satellite (usual…
tr. v. To bury; to place in a grave.
apogee
n. The point in its orbit when a planet or satellite (usually…
geocentric
adj. Referring to the center of the earth in measurement or o…
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English Lesson 13 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
AISTHANESTHAI
BEO, BEARE, BEAVI, BEATUM
BENE
BONUS
to perceive
to make blessed
well
good
AISTHANESTHAI
to perceive
BEO, BEARE, BEAVI, BEATUM
to make blessed
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English Lesson 6 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
CUBO, CUBARE, CUBUI, CUBITUM
INCUMBO, INCUMBERE, INCUBUI, INCUBITUM
HUPO
KATA
To lie down
To recline
Under, beneath
Down
CUBO, CUBARE, CUBUI, CUBITUM
To lie down
INCUMBO, INCUMBERE, INCUBUI, INCUBITUM
To recline
22 terms
English Lesson 7 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
QUAERO, QUAERERE, QUAESIVI, QUAESITUM
DUNAMIS
DUNASTHAI
MITTO, MITTERE, MISI, MISSUM
to seek, to search for
power
to be able, to have strength
to send
QUAERO, QUAERERE, QUAESIVI, QUAESITUM
to seek, to search for
DUNAMIS
power
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Classical Roots Book D Lesson 5
Alliteration
Literal
Literate
Obliterate
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
1. In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a wo…
1. Able to read and write ... 2. Knowledgable; educated
To do away with completely; to wipe out; erase
Alliteration
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
Literal
1. In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a wo…
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English I Classical Roots Lesson 1 Book B
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
21 terms
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
BELLUM
DOMO, DOMARE, DOMUI, DOMITUM
FORTIS
"to beat", "to knock"
"war"
"to tame", "to subdue"
"strong"
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
"to beat", "to knock"
BELLUM
"war"
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English Lesson 10 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
APO
CASTUS
CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGA…
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUM
away from
pure; spotless
to correct; to restrain
to close
APO
away from
CASTUS
pure; spotless
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English Lesson 9 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
LUCEO, LUCERE, LUXI, LUCTUM
LUX, LUCIS, LUMENS, LUMENIS
MONSTRO, MONSTRARE, MONSTRAVI, MONSTRA…
UMBRA
to shine
light
to point out, to show
shade, shadow
LUCEO, LUCERE, LUXI, LUCTUM
to shine
LUX, LUCIS, LUMENS, LUMENIS
light
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Classical Roots Book 5 Lesson 1
circ
circuit
circular
circulate
around
n. a closed route that goes around an object or area,such as…
adj. having the shape of a circle
v. to move along a path and return to the same place... v. to mo…
circ
around
circuit
n. a closed route that goes around an object or area,such as…
14 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 2
Sub
Subvert
Subservient
Torqueo, Torquere, Torsi, Tortum
"under"
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
"to twist", "to bend", "to turn around"
Sub
"under"
Subvert
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
12 terms
Classical Roots: Book 5: Lesson 3
trans
inter
transact
transfer
prefix meaning across
prefix meaning between
to do or carry on business
to move or change from one place to another
trans
prefix meaning across
inter
prefix meaning between
40 terms
Classical roots book 5
aqua
astr
bas
bi
water
space
low
two
aqua
water
astr
space
8 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson 9
civics
civil
civilian
civility
n. the study of a citizen's rights and duties in a society.
adj. 1. having to do with citizens and their relation to each…
n. a person who is not in the military.... adj. relating to civi…
n. courteous behavior.
civics
n. the study of a citizen's rights and duties in a society.
civil
adj. 1. having to do with citizens and their relation to each…
21 terms
[English] Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book E Lesson 1
INTER
Interloper
Internecine
Interpolate
between
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
1. very destructive to both sides in a conflict; involving sl…
1. to insert or add something between other parts, especially…
INTER
between
Interloper
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
40 terms
Classical Roots Book 5
aqua
astr
bas
bi
water
space
low
two
aqua
water
astr
space
56 terms
English 10 Semester 1 Final: Classical Roots Book E Vocabulary
Acquiesce
Interpose
Requiem
Unrequited
intransitive verb... 1. To agree or consent without any objection.
transitive and intransitive verb... 1. To insert between parts o…
noun... 1. A mass or service for the repose of departed souls; m…
adjective... 1. Not reciprocal; not given in payment or returned…
Acquiesce
intransitive verb... 1. To agree or consent without any objection.
Interpose
transitive and intransitive verb... 1. To insert between parts o…
8 terms
Classical Roots Book 5, Lesson 5
aquatic
aquamarine
aquaculture
Mediterranean
adj. living in, or having do with , water
adj. a blueish-green color
n. the science of raising plants and animals in water
n. a large sea between two continents, southern Europe and no…
aquatic
adj. living in, or having do with , water
aquamarine
adj. a blueish-green color
8 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson 10
diameter
geometry
metronome
perimeter
n. a line passing through the center of a circle from one sid…
n. the area of mathematics that deals with lines, angles, and…
n. a device that marks the beat for musicians
n. the distance around a figure
diameter
n. a line passing through the center of a circle from one sid…
geometry
n. the area of mathematics that deals with lines, angles, and…
classical roots book 5
aqua
astr
bas
bi
water
space
low
two
aqua
water
astr
space
30 terms
Classical Roots Book C
Humane
Humanism
Humanities
Anthropology
Having the worthy quailities of human beings, such as kindnes…
A philosophy in 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 quailities of human beings, such as kindnes…
Humanism
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
24 terms
English Lesson 8 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
ACER
ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERBATUM
ACERBUS
ACUO, ACUERE, ACUI, ACUTUM
sharp
to make sour
bitter, sour, harsh
to sharpen
ACER
sharp
ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERBATUM
to make sour
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 5 Lesson 2
equ
equality
equate
equator
same,even,equal
n. the state of being equal, as in having the same value,meas…
v. to treat as the same or equivalent
n. an imaginary line around the center of the Earth, at the s…
equ
same,even,equal
equality
n. the state of being equal, as in having the same value,meas…
15 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson #6
Telecast
Teleconference
Telemarketing
Telescope
n. A broadcast by television
n. A meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
n. Selling by telephone
n. An instrument for making distant objects look closer and l…
Telecast
n. A broadcast by television
Teleconference
n. A meeting at which people see and talk to each other using…
60 terms
Classical Roots book a
monos
tri, tres
pan
holos
one
three
all
whole
monos
one
tri, tres
three
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
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C lesson 4 English Pronuncations
Puerile
Orthopedics
Pedagogue
Pedant
Childish;immature
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
A teacher
A person
Puerile
Childish;immature
Orthopedics
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
11 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5, Lesson #7
in
inactive
informal
insignificant
not
(adj.) 1. not moving or active; 2. no longer in use
(adj.) casual relaxed; not formal
(adj.) not significant; unimportant; lacking power or value
in
not
inactive
(adj.) 1. not moving or active; 2. no longer in use
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
40 terms
Classical Roots-Book 5
aqua
astr
bas
bi
water
space
low
two
aqua
water
astr
space
10 terms
Classical Roots, Book 5 Lesson 15
committee
communicate
conjunction
converse
A group of people who work together on some matter.
To make known, to share information together.
1. the action or an instance of two or more events or things…
To talk together.
committee
A group of people who work together on some matter.
communicate
To make known, to share information together.
10 terms
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
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.
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 5 Lesson 15
Com/Con
committee
communicate
converse
together,with
n. a group of people who work together on some matter
v. to make known, to share information together
v. to talk together
Com/Con
together,with
committee
n. a group of people who work together on some matter
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 5 Lesson 13
frac/frag
fracture
fractional
fragility
to crack;to break
n.A break, crack, or split.... v.To break, crack, or split.
adj.Having to do with a part, expressed with a numerator and…
n.The condition of being easily shattered of broken.
frac/frag
to crack;to break
fracture
n.A break, crack, or split.... v.To break, crack, or split.
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