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20 terms
[english] classic word - greek or latin classification
tremulous
singular
visage
placid
- from the Latin descendent "" to tremble
- (latin) descends from "simplux or simplex", meaning simple…
- (latin) descends from "videre" meaning to see (the part of…
- comes from the latin "placere" meaning to please; "we are p…
tremulous
- from the Latin descendent "" to tremble
singular
- (latin) descends from "simplux or simplex", meaning simple…
38 terms
Greek / Latin Classical Roots
circ
cycl
equ
pend
around (circle, circus)
revolving (bicycle)
same, even, equal (equate)
hang (append - add as an attachment)
circ
around (circle, circus)
cycl
revolving (bicycle)
36 terms
Classics Greek and Latin body
Cranium
Cephalic
Ophthalmo
Ocular
Skull
Head
Of the eye
Eye
Cranium
Skull
Cephalic
Head
28 terms
English Roots: Latin and Greek (Vocabulary form Classical Roots B)
AB (A)
AD
ANNUS
CARPERE
Latin for "away from"
Latin for "to" / "toward"
Latin for "year"
Latin for "to pick" / "to pluck" / "to seize"
AB (A)
Latin for "away from"
AD
Latin for "to" / "toward"
14 terms
Lesson 8 Classic Roots English Vocabulary (Latin/Greek roots)
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
19 terms
Latin and Classical Greek Preposition Comparison
circum + acc.
in + acc./ad + acc. =
ad + acc. =
contra + acc. =
αμφι + acc./περι + acc.
εις + acc.
προς + acc.
επι + acc.
circum + acc.
αμφι + acc./περι + acc.
in + acc./ad + acc. =
εις + acc.
29 terms
Classical Greek Drama- English
Classical Drama
When did Classical Drama evolve?
How did Classical Drama evolve?
Another word for spacious floor
Drama of ancient Greece and Rome.
6th Centery B.C.
Religious celebrations
Orchestra
Classical Drama
Drama of ancient Greece and Rome.
When did Classical Drama evolve?
6th Centery B.C.
24 terms
English Classical Greek drama
Religious ritual performed by men wear…
What were established so spectators co…
Who invented drama
Who expanded dithyrambs by adding char…
Dithyramb
Arenas
Thespis
Thespis
Religious ritual performed by men wear…
Dithyramb
What were established so spectators co…
Arenas
classical roots greek & latin vocab
"to look at" "watch"
"to see"
"sight"
"sound"
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatus
video, videre, vidi, visus
visus, visūs, m.
φο'νοζ, φο'νου, 'ο... phonos, phonou, ho
"to look at" "watch"
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatus
"to see"
video, videre, vidi, visus
14 terms
Classical Roots - Greek or Latin
bicameral
bilateral
bipartisan
bisect
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
bicameral
Latin
bilateral
Latin
18 terms
Classical Mythology (Greek and Latin names)
Zeus
Hera
Hades
Hestia
Jupiter/ Jove
Juno
Pluto
Vesta
Zeus
Jupiter/ Jove
Hera
Juno
15 terms
English (Greek & Latin Terms)
ambul, grad, grade, gress
andr(o)
anthrop(o), hum
arthr(o)
to walk, look around
man, male
man, man kind
joint
ambul, grad, grade, gress
to walk, look around
andr(o)
man, male
81 terms
Greek/Latin "Classical Influence" Terminology
cresco-crescere-cretum
decus, decoris
decorus, -a, -um
mnema
arise, become visible
ornament, splendor, honor; dignity
suitable, proper
monument, remembrance
cresco-crescere-cretum
arise, become visible
decus, decoris
ornament, splendor, honor; dignity
49 terms
Classical Greek Letters and their English Sounds
α
Α
β
Β
a
A
b
B
α
a
Α
A
13 terms
English 1 Latin/Greek
facsimile
deficient
petrify
affection
a copy; an imitation
not having enough; lacking
to scare; to frighten
a feeling of love or liking; tender feeling
facsimile
a copy; an imitation
deficient
not having enough; lacking
Classics 101: Greek and Latin Numbers
Greek Numbers (1-10 & hundred and thou…
hen
dy
(Greek) tri
hen, dy, tri, tetra, pent, hex, oct, ennea, dec, hect, kill
one 1
two 2
three 3
Greek Numbers (1-10 & hundred and thou…
hen, dy, tri, tetra, pent, hex, oct, ennea, dec, hect, kill
hen
one 1
81 terms
7th Grade Greek & Latin Roots- Classical Studies
form
apt/ept
pos/pon
fig
to form, to establish
to fit
to put, place
to shape
form
to form, to establish
apt/ept
to fit
91 terms
8th Grade Greek & Latin Roots- Classical Studies
vinc/vict
duc/duct
tract
peto
to conquer
to lead
to drag
to see aggressively, to assail, to rush
vinc/vict
to conquer
duc/duct
to lead
20 terms
English: Latin and Greek Roots
Bene, ben
Fict, fig
Locut, loqu
Magn
good
make, shape, or form
speak
great
Bene, ben
good
Fict, fig
make, shape, or form
15 terms
Words Containing Greek and Latin Classical Roots
Humane
Humanism
Humanities
Anthropology
Having worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness or…
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 worthy qualities of human beings, such as kindness or…
Humanism
A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings ar…
17 terms
English II Classic Greek Drama
Theater
Skene
Orchestra
Theatron
Greek drama that was filled with religious festivals
(Long building) backdrop for the action and dressing room
(spacious floor) between the skene/audience
Where the audience sat
Theater
Greek drama that was filled with religious festivals
Skene
(Long building) backdrop for the action and dressing room
10 terms
English - Greek & Latin Roots
aer
ambi, amphi
anim
aqua/hydr
air, atmosphere... Greek
both... Greek
spirit, soul, life... Latin
water... Latin/Greek
aer
air, atmosphere... Greek
ambi, amphi
both... Greek
10 terms
Greek and Latin English Words
Bio
Mal
Ject
Voc
life... Biology-the study of life... Greek
Evil... Maleficent-causing or capable of producing evil or misch…
throw... project-an individual enterprise that is carefully plan…
permanently remember... vocabulary-the body of words used in a p…
Bio
life... Biology-the study of life... Greek
Mal
Evil... Maleficent-causing or capable of producing evil or misch…
Classical Greek Letters and their English Sounds
α
Α
β
Β
a
A
b
B
α
a
Α
A
12 terms
English 9 Latin & Greek Roots
Photo:
Tele:
Phobos:
Phone:
light (Greek)
far away, distant (Greek)
fear (Greek)
sound (Greek)
Photo:
light (Greek)
Tele:
far away, distant (Greek)
12 terms
Vocab English Latin and Greek
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
Lucid
Tending to grow or more towards light.
Giving off light without heat.
Attractive in pictures or photographs.
Easy to understand clear.
Phototropic
Tending to grow or more towards light.
Phosphorescent
Giving off light without heat.
80 terms
English Greek, Latin Roots
A-
Amphi-
Anti-
Anthrop-
Not, Without
Both... Ex: Amphibian
Against... Ex: Antithetical
Man... Ex: Anthropoid
A-
Not, Without
Amphi-
Both... Ex: Amphibian
14 terms
English --Latin/Greek words
annus
ante
astron
bi
year
before
star
two
annus
year
ante
before
50 terms
English Greek and Latin roots
photos
graph
tele
metron
light
write, draw
far away
measure
photos
light
graph
write, draw
18 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots
andro
annu, ennu
anthrop
aqu
Man, Male
Year
Human
Water
andro
Man, Male
annu, ennu
Year
46 terms
6th English Greek and Latin
ambi
ant
anti
aqua
both
a person who
against
water
ambi
both
ant
a person who
199 terms
English, Greek and Latin 2005
ahorse
begin
bell
black
adj. traveling on horseback; adv. on the back of a horse
noun Israeli statesman (born in Russia) who (as prime ministe…
noun a hollow device made of metal that makes a ringing sound…
adj. marked by anger or resentment or hostility; of or belong…
ahorse
adj. traveling on horseback; adv. on the back of a horse
begin
noun Israeli statesman (born in Russia) who (as prime ministe…
9 terms
English greek/latin roots
anni, annu, enni
alter
alter
anthrop
year
other
other
man
anni, annu, enni
year
alter
other
198 terms
English, Greek and Latin 2004
badly
birder
bloodless
blooming
adv. with unusual distress or resentment or regret or emotion…
noun a person who identifies and studies birds in their natur…
adj. destitute of blood or apparently so; free from blood or…
adj. (used of persons) informal intensifiers; noun the organi…
badly
adv. with unusual distress or resentment or regret or emotion…
birder
noun a person who identifies and studies birds in their natur…
30 terms
Classic Greek Drama - English II
Define Chorus
T or F: men and women could perform.
T or F: choruses chanted and danced, t…
T or F: the choruses role was to comme…
Enter at the beginning of the drama and remain throughout the…
False
True
True
Define Chorus
Enter at the beginning of the drama and remain throughout the…
T or F: men and women could perform.
False
100 terms
English (latin/greek) Vocabulary
verbum
sonus
mille
polis
word
sound
thousand
city
verbum
word
sonus
sound
1,279 terms
Greek and Latin roots in English
ab-, a-, abs-, au-
acu-, acuti-, acuto-
acer-, acri-
acet-, aceto-
away from, Latin ab "away" abnormal, abrasion, absent, abstai…
sharp, pointed Latin acutus, past participle of acuere "to sh…
bitter, sharp, sour Latin acer (acris), acerbus, acere acerbi…
sour, vinegar Latin aceto acetate, acetic, acetone, acetum
ab-, a-, abs-, au-
away from, Latin ab "away" abnormal, abrasion, absent, abstai…
acu-, acuti-, acuto-
sharp, pointed Latin acutus, past participle of acuere "to sh…
28 terms
Latin and Greek roots in English
pug/n
dict
lingu
herb/i
to fight
say, speak, proclaim
language, tounge
grass
pug/n
to fight
dict
say, speak, proclaim
10 terms
9th English Greek/Latin Roots
Aequus
Pars
Fallere
Sapere
Equitable ... Latin root- even equal... Pertaining to or showing…
Partisan... Latin root - part... Partial to or biased
Fallacy... Latin root - to deceive... False, mistaken
Savor... Latin root - to taste... To taste or smell with delight
Aequus
Equitable ... Latin root- even equal... Pertaining to or showing…
Pars
Partisan... Latin root - part... Partial to or biased
20 terms
Greek/Latin English ||
Syn
Bi/o
Gen
Metr
With, together
Life
Race, birth, cause, produce
Measure
Syn
With, together
Bi/o
Life
16 terms
English Greek/Latin roots
circumspect
prospect
Specter
spect-
careful and mindful of rules and consequences
that which is expected
A ghost or Phantom
to look at
circumspect
careful and mindful of rules and consequences
prospect
that which is expected
English Greek/Latin Roots
anthro
biblio
-cide
dem
human
book
to kill
people
anthro
human
biblio
book
65 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots
vinc/vict
duc/duct
tract
pet/peti/peto
to conquer (victim, convince)
to lead (conduct, abduct)
to drag or pull (subtract, tractor)
to seek, request, aim at or strive for (compete, petition)
vinc/vict
to conquer (victim, convince)
duc/duct
to lead (conduct, abduct)
10 terms
English - Latin/Greek 5
brevis
copia
fido
lego, lectum
short
plenty
to trust, believe
read, thing read
brevis
short
copia
plenty
12 terms
English Latin and Greek Roots
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world, narrow-minded
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive, encouraging, helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world, narrow-minded
12 terms
English Greek and Latin
CULP
EVAL
FA, FAT
FORT
blame; fault
ages
to speak
strong
CULP
blame; fault
EVAL
ages
14 terms
English- Latin/Greek examples
annus (star)
ante (before)
aqua (water)
astron (star)
annual, anniversary
antebellum, antecedent
aquarium
astronaut, astronomy
annus (star)
annual, anniversary
ante (before)
antebellum, antecedent
10 terms
English Latin/ Greek roots
Podiatrist
Pedagogy
Pedestrian
Impediment
(N.) foot doctor
(N.) method of academic teaching
(N.) a person who goes on foot
(N.) obstruction or obstacle
Podiatrist
(N.) foot doctor
Pedagogy
(N.) method of academic teaching
10 terms
LATIN & GREEK 1 (ENGLISH)
aster, astro
aud, aus
bibl
chron
star
hear, listen
book
time
aster, astro
star
aud, aus
hear, listen
100 terms
English Greek/ Latin Roots
acr/acer
anim
ante
anthro
sharp
soul
before
man
acr/acer
sharp
anim
soul
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