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15 terms
English Vocal classical roots chapter 2
consecrate
execrate
sacrament
sacrilege
tr v. 1. to make or declare something sacred... 2. to dedicate…
tr. v to denounce as vile or evil; to curse
n something considered to have sacred significance
n disrespect to something regarded as sacred
consecrate
tr v. 1. to make or declare something sacred... 2. to dedicate…
execrate
tr. v to denounce as vile or evil; to curse
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
9 terms
English Classical Roots Vocab ch. 15
Circuitous
Circumspect
Circumference
Orbit
Roundabout; indirect
Cautious and watchful; prudent
The outer boundary of a circle; the perimeter
1. Path of one body as it revolves around another body... 2. A s…
Circuitous
Roundabout; indirect
Circumspect
Cautious and watchful; prudent
13 terms
English - Classical Roots Lesson 9 Vocabulary
re-
refute
reiterate
repartee
back; again
transitive verb... - to prove a statement or person to be incor…
transitive verb... - to say over again... - We [ ] the morning pr…
noun... - 1. a quick witty reply... - Her [ ] hurt her friend's f…
re-
back; again
refute
transitive verb... - to prove a statement or person to be incor…
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
15 terms
English - Classical Roots Lesson 11 Vocabulary
toward
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
AD
adj. ... for a specific purpose or situation.
tr. v. ... 1. to scold gently but firmly.... 2. to caution; to warn.
v. ... 1. to take in and make a part of the body; to digest.... 2.…
toward
AD
ad hoc
adj. ... for a specific purpose or situation.
12 terms
English - Classical Roots Lesson 10 Vocabulary
SPECTO, SPECTARE, SPECTAVI, SPECTATUM
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
to look at
adj. showing signs that promise success ... - successful
n. examination of one's own thoughts and feelings... - examination
n. a survey of past times or events... - afterthought
SPECTO, SPECTARE, SPECTAVI, SPECTATUM
to look at
auspicious
adj. showing signs that promise success ... - successful
10 terms
English lesson 2 Classical Roots note card
Audible
Audience
Audition
Auditorium
adj. Able to be heard loud enough... I try to whisper audible b…
n. The people who are watching a show... When I present I hope…
n. to try out for something to the show your ability's... peopl…
n. A large room where gatherings occur... The show was in the au…
Audible
adj. Able to be heard loud enough... I try to whisper audible b…
Audience
n. The people who are watching a show... When I present I hope…
17 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 2
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
1. a quarter of a circle or of its circumference... 2. an early…
trilogy
a group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
trisect
to divide into three parts
20 terms
Vocab for english 8th grade Classical roots
perserve
defer
infer
intent
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
To postpone; to delay... 2nd To yield respectfully to the opinio…
to use available evidence to form a conclusion... To guess... Fero…
purpose... Concentrating on or dedicated to an idea or action... T…
perserve
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
defer
To postpone; to delay... 2nd To yield respectfully to the opinio…
17 terms
Vocabulary Words English (From Classical Roots Section)
inhumane
humanities
misanthrope
virile
something that is not normal
Human race, or the humanities a person takes
person who hates all people
manly, tough
inhumane
something that is not normal
humanities
Human race, or the humanities a person takes
11 terms
English Vocab from Classical roots ch2
Trilogy
Trisect
Triumvirate
Quadrant
(N) A group of three pieces of work that have a related theme.
(V) To divide into three parts.
(N) A group of three, especially in authority
(N) A quarter of a circle or its circumference
Trilogy
(N) A group of three pieces of work that have a related theme.
Trisect
(V) To divide into three parts.
23 terms
English 4 vocabulary from classical roots
CREDO,CREDERE,CREDIDI,CREDITUM
Accredit
Credence
Creditable
Latin> to believe
To authorize
Belief: acceptance as true
Deserving praise
CREDO,CREDERE,CREDIDI,CREDITUM
Latin> to believe
Accredit
To authorize
14 terms
English Vocabulary-> Classical Roots L. 8
Super
Superlative
Superfluous
Caedo
above
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
to cut
Super
above
Superlative
the highest; above the rest
10 terms
classical roots
envision
revise
visible
visor
to imagine
to look back and change
able to be seen
a shield for the eyes
envision
to imagine
revise
to look back and change
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.
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…
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.
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…
15 terms
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…
20 terms
English Classical Roots Lessons 2 & 3
Avocation
Vocal
Vocalist
Vocation
Noun... A pastime or hobby practiced with enjoyment.
Adjective... 1. Connected with speaking or the voice. ... 2. Outspo…
Noun... Singer.
Noun... A job.
Avocation
Noun... A pastime or hobby practiced with enjoyment.
Vocal
Adjective... 1. Connected with speaking or the voice. ... 2. Outspo…
10 terms
English- Classical Roots P.O.P
avocation
vocal
vocalist
vocation
n. A pastime or hobby;
adj. Connected with speaking or with voice... adj. Expressing on…
n. Singer
n. A job
avocation
n. A pastime or hobby;
vocal
adj. Connected with speaking or with voice... adj. Expressing on…
GT English classical roots 9 and 10
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove wrong; to disprove
to say over again
a quick witty reply or conversation characterized by such rem…
plays, stories, songs, or other pieces a player or company is…
refute
to prove wrong; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
15 terms
English III Classical Roots 3&4
agnostic
dogmatic
physiognomy
amnesty
A person who believes that a god's existence is unknowable.
Pertaining to a system of doctrines by an authority, especial…
Judging human character based on expressed facial features.
Pardon for offenders, especially for political offenders.
agnostic
A person who believes that a god's existence is unknowable.
dogmatic
Pertaining to a system of doctrines by an authority, especial…
13 terms
English Final Vocabulary From Classical Roots
PER
percussion
perennial
permeate
"through"
n. the sharp striking of one thing against another... instrument…
adj. lasting for an indefinitely long time,... continuing regula…
tr. v. to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
PER
"through"
percussion
n. the sharp striking of one thing against another... instrument…
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
22 terms
English Classical Roots Lessons 3 and 4
catholic
cloister
holocaust
omnipotent
universal; Referring to the Roman Catholic church (capitalized)
a courtyard with covered walks (as in religious institutions)…
a great destruction, especially by fire; the Nazi program of…
having unlimited power
catholic
universal; Referring to the Roman Catholic church (capitalized)
cloister
a courtyard with covered walks (as in religious institutions)…
17 terms
english classical roots port and mis/mit
deportation
portable
portfolio
rapport
An official order telling someone to leave the country; expul…
Able to be carried or moved about.
A container for holding and carrying papers, drawings or reco…
A relationship based on feelings of agreement and trust; posi…
deportation
An official order telling someone to leave the country; expul…
portable
Able to be carried or moved about.
20 terms
ENGLISH CLASSICAL ROOTS Vocabulary lessons 3 & 4
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
- A passage selected from a book ,play, piece of music, etc.…
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
- to free from blame... - to relieve from a task
Excessive
Excerpt
- A passage selected from a book ,play, piece of music, etc.…
Exhilarate
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
17 terms
english classical roots vocab vers-/vert and contra
divert
reverse
versatile
version
to turn aside or in another direction
causing movement backward
talented, not limited, able to turn easily from one thing to…
a way of presenting, a point of view
divert
to turn aside or in another direction
reverse
causing movement backward
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.
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
18 terms
English I Fall Exam Classical Roots Vocab
Humanism - humanus
Egoism - ego
Anthropology - anthropos
Homogeneous - genus
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
Conceit; valuing everything according to one's personal inter…
The scientific study of the origins, cultural development, an…
1.Of the same kind or sort.... 2.Composed of parts that are alike.
Humanism - humanus
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
Egoism - ego
Conceit; valuing everything according to one's personal inter…
28 terms
ENGLISH CLASSICAL ROOTS Lesson 3 and 4 sentences
Excerpts
Excerpted
Exhilarated
Exonerated
Our anthology contains thousands of _________ from literature…
The students _______their favorite numbers from cats to perfo…
Her critically acclaimed performance at the opening of the 19…
When new evidence ______ the accused forger, the bank preside…
Excerpts
Our anthology contains thousands of _________ from literature…
Excerpted
The students _______their favorite numbers from cats to perfo…
134 terms
English 8h Final Review Classical Roots
Subvert
Subvert root
Abrasive
Abrasive root
to upset;overthrow;to ruin
vertere- to turn
harsh;rough
radere-to scrape
Subvert
to upset;overthrow;to ruin
Subvert root
vertere- to turn
40 terms
mid term exam classical roots english
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to disprove someone; to prove incorrect
to say over again
a quick witty reply; good with discussion
a piece prepared and practiced; the skills of one person
refute
to disprove someone; to prove incorrect
reiterate
to say over again
40 terms
English Classical Roots EXAM Study Guide
assuage
festoon
fete
jocular
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
a party or festival (usually outside)
joking, avoiding seriousness
assuage
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
festoon
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
21 terms
English 8H 7- 8 classical roots vocabulary
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
20 terms
English classical roots vocabulary lessons 3+4
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected selected frim a book, play, piece of music…
To cheer to simulate to enliven ... [hilaris<L. Cheerful, happy.…
To free from blame ... To relieve from a task ... [onus<L. Burden,…
Excessive ... [orbita<L. Route]
Excerpt
A passage selected selected frim a book, play, piece of music…
Exhilarate
To cheer to simulate to enliven ... [hilaris<L. Cheerful, happy.…
14 terms
English quiz; vocabulary from classical roots
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
to grow
natural increase ... ex: Mr. Frazier accrued knowledge over the…
increase in sound ... ex: As the parade approached, the drum bea…
abnormal growth ... ex: She went to the doctor to have an excres…
cresco, crescere, crevi, cretum
to grow
accrue
natural increase ... ex: Mr. Frazier accrued knowledge over the…
40 terms
English Classical Roots EXAM Study Guide
assuage
festoon
fete
jocular
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
a party or festival (usually outside)
joking, avoiding seriousness
assuage
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
festoon
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
10 terms
classical roots
avocation
vocal
vocalist
vocation
a hobby or a pastime
connected with speaking
a singer
a job
avocation
a hobby or a pastime
vocal
connected with speaking
40 terms
English Classical Roots EXAM Study Guide
assuage
festoon
fete
jocular
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
a party or festival (usually outside)
joking, avoiding seriousness
assuage
make less severe, to soothe and satisfy
festoon
decorative chain of flowers, ribbons, leaves etc. hung in a c…
45 terms
Classical Roots Vocab for Smith English Final
Agnostic
Amnesty
Arraign
Criterion
A person who believes nothing can be known about the existenc…
A general pardon for offenders, especially political
To call to court to answer charges
A standard, rule, or test on which a decision or judgement ca…
Agnostic
A person who believes nothing can be known about the existenc…
Amnesty
A general pardon for offenders, especially political
22 terms
English II - Final Exam - Classical Roots
confluence
flux
dehydrate
hydrology
1. The flowing together of two or more elements: streams or r…
1. A flow.... 2. A continuous succession of changes.
To remove water or moisture.; To lose water or moisture.
The study of water and its effects on and in the earth and in…
confluence
1. The flowing together of two or more elements: streams or r…
flux
1. A flow.... 2. A continuous succession of changes.
22 terms
English II - Final Exam - Classical Roots
confluence
flux
dehydrate
hydrology
1. The flowing together of two or more elements: streams or r…
1. A flow.... 2. A continuous succession of changes.
To remove water or moisture.; To lose water or moisture.
The study of water and its effects on and in the earth and in…
confluence
1. The flowing together of two or more elements: streams or r…
flux
1. A flow.... 2. A continuous succession of changes.
Classical Roots English 1st Semester Final
Permeate
Defer
Subservient
Avert
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
To yield to another persons wish or opinion
useful in a submissive capacity
To turn away, or prevent from happening
Permeate
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
Defer
To yield to another persons wish or opinion
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