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English II Honors: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
to drape or adorn festively
to honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
cheerful; merry
jocular
characterized by joking
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English-- Greek and Latin Roots, Unit 5
fac
rupt
ast
geo
Latin root for "make"
Latin root for "break"
Greek root for "star"
Greek root for "earth"
fac
Latin root for "make"
rupt
Latin root for "break"
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Honors English I Latin Roots Unit 5
ann(u), enn(i)
ced, cess
cord
flor
year
to go, to yield
heart
flower
ann(u), enn(i)
year
ced, cess
to go, to yield
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English I Honors Unit 5 Latin Roots
ann(u), enn(i)
ced, cess
cord
flor
year
to go, to yield
heart
flower
ann(u), enn(i)
year
ced, cess
to go, to yield
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Latin and Greek Roots Unit 5
hum
humility
exhume
stell
ground; earth
lack of pride; modesty
to remove from the ground; dig up
star
hum
ground; earth
humility
lack of pride; modesty
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 5 (English Words)
Envisage (v.)
Visage (n.)
Apparition (n.)
Perspicacious (adj.)
To image to conceive of
Face; facial expression
An unreal figure; a ghost
Wise; insightful; acurately intelligent
Envisage (v.)
To image to conceive of
Visage (n.)
Face; facial expression
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Latin and Greek Roots Unit 5
envisage
visage
apparition
perspicacious
to imagine; to conceive of
face; facial expression
a unreal figure; a ghost
wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
envisage
to imagine; to conceive of
visage
face; facial expression
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
factory
manufactured
artifact
benefactor
a building or group of buildings where goods are made
make (something) on a large scale using machinery.
something made long ago that is of cultural or historical sig…
someone who makes or provides something good for others
factory
a building or group of buildings where goods are made
manufactured
make (something) on a large scale using machinery.
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Unit 5 Greek and Latin Roots
Adjacent
Subject
Projectile
Ballistic
(adj) near, next to, adjoining.
v. To cause to undergo or experience . Syn - to expose
n. an object that is thrown, the only force acting upon it is…
adj. thrown or projected
Adjacent
(adj) near, next to, adjoining.
Subject
v. To cause to undergo or experience . Syn - to expose
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Unit 5 - Latin and Greek Root Words (English)
VID/VIS... Latin: VIDERE, VISUM
Envisage
Visage
PARI... Latin: PARERE, PARITUM
"to see"
v. To imagine; to conceive of; perceive
n. Face; facial expression; expression
"be visible, appear"
VID/VIS... Latin: VIDERE, VISUM
"to see"
Envisage
v. To imagine; to conceive of; perceive
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Latin and Greek Roots Vocabulary Unit 5
Cum
Coherent
Colloquial
Commiserate
With or together with
I. Showing an orderly relation of parts... 2. Sticking together
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
To feel or express sorrow or pity
Cum
With or together with
Coherent
I. Showing an orderly relation of parts... 2. Sticking together
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English II Honors: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Units 1 - 5
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
a small sin or fault
having no flaws
violating a moral law; sinful
negative and critical; insulting
peccadillo
a small sin or fault
impeccable
having no flaws
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ENGLISH Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
Envisage
Visage
Apparation
Perspicacious
To imagine; to conceive of
Face; facial expression
An unreal figure, a ghost
Wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
Envisage
To imagine; to conceive of
Visage
Face; facial expression
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Greek&Latin Roots Unit 5
dict
scrib/script
graph/gram
dictate
say
write
write,describe,draw
to speak something to a person who writes it down
dict
say
scrib/script
write
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
fac
rupt
ast
geo
Latin
Latin
Greek
Greek
fac
Latin
rupt
Latin
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 5
CONDERE, CONDITUM
abscond
recondite
KRYPTEIN
HIDE, PUT AWAY
(v.) to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
(adj.) difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
TO HIDE
CONDERE, CONDITUM
HIDE, PUT AWAY
abscond
(v.) to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
dictate
contradict
edict
autobiography
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said;…
an official order given by a person with power or by a govern…
a person's life story written by that person
dictate
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
contradict
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said;…
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Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 5
humility
exhume
stellar
astronomical
lack of pride; modesty
to remove from the ground; dig up
excellent; outstanding
enormous; immense
humility
lack of pride; modesty
exhume
to remove from the ground; dig up
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Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
fac
rupt
ast
geo
Latin
Latin
Greek
Greek
fac
Latin
rupt
Latin
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 5
Jocose
Jocular
Festoon
Fete
Cheerful; merry.
Characterized by joking.
To drape or adorn festively.
To honor with a banquet or feast.
Jocose
Cheerful; merry.
Jocular
Characterized by joking.
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 5
Adjacent
Subject
Projectile
Ballistic
Next to; Nearby
To cause to undergo or experience
Something sent through the air
Having the qualities of something that is thrown
Adjacent
Next to; Nearby
Subject
To cause to undergo or experience
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English II Honors - Unit One Latin/Greek Roots
VINC/VICT
DUC/DUCT
TRACT
PETO
to conquer
to lead
to drag
to seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
VINC/VICT
to conquer
DUC/DUCT
to lead
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English II Honors - Unit Three Latin and Greek Roots
pel/puls
jac/ject
mit/mis
mot/mov
to push, to drive
to throw, to cast
send
to move
pel/puls
to push, to drive
jac/ject
to throw, to cast
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Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
JAC, JECT
adjacent
subject
projectile
Latin "to throw, hurl"
next to; nearby
to cause to undergo or experience
something sent through the air
JAC, JECT
Latin "to throw, hurl"
adjacent
next to; nearby
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Greek & Latin Roots Unit 5
dictate
contradict
edict
autobiography
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said
an official order given by a person with power or by a govern…
a person's life story written by that person
dictate
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down
contradict
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said
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English I: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 5
vid/vis
envisage
visage
pari
to see
to imagine; to conceive of
face; facial expression
be visible, appear
vid/vis
to see
envisage
to imagine; to conceive of
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
dict
scrib/script
graph/gram
dictate
say, declare
write
write, draw, describe, record
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
dict
say, declare
scrib/script
write
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Unit 5 Latin&greek roots
Jocose
Jocular
Festoon
Fete
Cheerful; merry (adj.)
Characterized by joking (adj.)
To drape or adorn festively (v.)
To honor with a banquet or feast (v.)
Jocose
Cheerful; merry (adj.)
Jocular
Characterized by joking (adj.)
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unit 5 Greek and Latin roots
lega
legacy
delegate
act/ag
to appoint, to send on a mission, to charge with
body of ideas, achievements, and morals
to divide up, especially responsibilities
to do, act
lega
to appoint, to send on a mission, to charge with
legacy
body of ideas, achievements, and morals
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Greek/Latin Roots Unit 5
dictate
contradict
edict
autobiography
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said;…
an official order given by a person with power or by a govern…
a person's life story written by that person
dictate
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
contradict
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said;…
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English II Honors - Unit 4 Greek/Latin Roots
via
viaduct
impervious
deviate
road,way
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affectd
to depart, especially from a path or plan
via
road,way
viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
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English 1 Honors, Greek and Latin Roots 5
mal
bene
credi
con
bad
good
believable
with
mal
bad
bene
good
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English Unit 5 Latin & Greek Roots
JOC
Jocose
Jocular
FEST, FET
Latin Jocus "joke"
adj: Cheerful; merry ... syn: happy, mirthful... ant: morose
adj: Characterized by joking. ... syn: jovial
Latin Festus "festive"
JOC
Latin Jocus "joke"
Jocose
adj: Cheerful; merry ... syn: happy, mirthful... ant: morose
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English Greek/Latin roots unit 5
Adjacent
Subject
Projectile
Ballistic
Next to
To cause to undergo or experience
Something sent through the air
Thrown or projected
Adjacent
Next to
Subject
To cause to undergo or experience
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Greek and Latin Roots - Unit 5
VID/VIS
envisage
visage
PARI
Latin VIDERE, VISUM "to see"
to imagine; to conceive of
face; facial expression
Latin PARERE, PARITUM "be visible, appear"
VID/VIS
Latin VIDERE, VISUM "to see"
envisage
to imagine; to conceive of
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vocab latin & greek roots Unit 5
Hum (humus); Latin
humility
exhume
Stell (stella); Latin
ground/earth
lack of pride, modesty, down to earth
to remove from the ground; to dig up... antonym: bury
star
Hum (humus); Latin
ground/earth
humility
lack of pride, modesty, down to earth
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Unit 5 Greek/Latin Roots
Latin root for make
a place where goods are made or produced
manuufacture
artifact
fac
factory
to make or produce something
something made long ago
Latin root for make
fac
a place where goods are made or produced
factory
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English III - Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots - Unit 5
jocose
jocular
festoon
fete
adjective; cheerful; merry
adjective; characterized by joking
verb; to drape or adorn festively
verb; to honor with a banquet or feast
jocose
adjective; cheerful; merry
jocular
adjective; characterized by joking
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English 10 Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
JOC
jocose
jocular
FEST, FET
joke
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
festive
JOC
joke
jocose
cheerful; merry
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Greek/Latin Roots Unit 5
amphi
biblio
clam, claim
dict
both, around
book
cry out
say, speak
amphi
both, around
biblio
book
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Unit 5 Greek/Latin Root Words
biannual
decimeter
duet
monogram
happening twice a year
one-tenth of a meter
a group of two (musicians)
a design composed on one initial
biannual
happening twice a year
decimeter
one-tenth of a meter
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Unit 5 English 10hhrs Greek & Latin roots
apparition
aspect
diaphanous
envisage
an unreal figure, a ghost
a part that can be considered or viewed
lightweight and transparent
to imagine, to conceive of
apparition
an unreal figure, a ghost
aspect
a part that can be considered or viewed
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English 9: Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
to divide up, especially responsibilities
plan of action; purpose
seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
to divide up, especially responsibilities
24 terms
English 9: Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
to divide up, especially responsibilities
plan of action; purpose
seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
to divide up, especially responsibilities
24 terms
English 9: Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
to divide up, especially responsibilities
plan of action; purpose
seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
to divide up, especially responsibilities
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English 3 Latin and Greek Roots Unit 5
Bacchanal
Bacchic
Elegiac
Elegy
A drunken party or celebration
Of or relating to a wild celebration
Mourning that which is lost or past; sorrowful
A song or poem memorializing something or someone
Bacchanal
A drunken party or celebration
Bacchic
Of or relating to a wild celebration
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Greek / Latin Roots Unit 5
fac
fac
fac
ast
make
Many things made in a ______tory are manu_____tured.
A bene____tor is someone who makes or provides good for others.
star
fac
make
fac
Many things made in a ______tory are manu_____tured.
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Unit 5-7 Greek & Latin Roots (EI)
Trans
in
under
sub
across
in, into
under
under
Trans
across
in
in, into
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Unit 5 Greek and Latin roots
dictate
contradict
edict
autobiography
to speak and someone writes it down
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said
an official order given by a person with power or by the gove…
a person's life story written by them
dictate
to speak and someone writes it down
contradict
to say the opposite of something that someone else has said
Honors English Latin/Greek Roots 5
hypn
helio
hema, hemo
here, hes
sleep
sun
blood
stick
hypn
sleep
helio
sun
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