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10 terms
Greek and Latin lesson one (Latin) English adaptations
sonus
vox, vocis
audius, adire
loqui, loqur, locutus
soun, son, sono
vok, voca, voic
audio
loquac
sonus
soun, son, sono
vox, vocis
vok, voca, voic
18 terms
English Lesson 10 (Latin and Greek)
fallible
blatent
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error
obvious; too conspicuous
to waste time
an associate; a partner
fallible
capable of error
blatent
obvious; too conspicuous
12 terms
English greek and latin lesson 24
Angel
Chir
Chrom
Cracy
message; messenger
hand
color
rule by
Angel
message; messenger
Chir
hand
10 terms
Lesson 2- (English) Greek and Latin Roots
Derm
Ethno
Eu
Gam
skin
nation
good, well
marriage
Derm
skin
Ethno
nation
20 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots/ Vocabulary Lesson 5
Agitation (v)
Aloof (adj)
Apparition (n)
Benefactor (n)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
a ghost; a phantom; an appearance seen... suddenly
a person who has given help; a patron
Agitation (v)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
Aloof (adj)
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
47 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lessons I & II
Achilles' heel
Adonis
aegis
amazon
a single vulnerable spot
an extremely handsome young man
sponsorship or protection
a powerful, masculine woman
Achilles' heel
a single vulnerable spot
Adonis
an extremely handsome young man
10 terms
Lesson 2- (English) Greek and Latin Roots
Derm
Ethno
Eu
Gam
skin
nation
good, well
marriage
Derm
skin
Ethno
nation
10 terms
Lesson 2- (English) Greek and Latin Roots
Derm
Ethno
Eu
Gam
skin
nation
good, well
marriage
Derm
skin
Ethno
nation
10 terms
English Latin/Greek Roots Vocab Lesson 12
itinerant
itinerary
advent
circumvent
Moving from place to place... a person who travels from place to…
(n.) a route of travel; a record of travel; a guidebook
Arrival or coming into being... the period beginning four weeks…
To avoid or get around
itinerant
Moving from place to place... a person who travels from place to…
itinerary
(n.) a route of travel; a record of travel; a guidebook
10 terms
English Greek & Latin Roots - Lesson 3
neur, nero
nym, onym, onom
opt
ortho
nerve
name
eye
straight
neur, nero
nerve
nym, onym, onom
name
52 terms
Latin and Greek lessons 3 and 4 english
pandemonium
daimon
panacea
akos
uproar
divine power
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
cure
pandemonium
uproar
daimon
divine power
20 terms
Vocabulary/Greek & Latin Roots - English Lesson 5
Agitation (v)
Aloof (adj)
Apparition (n)
Benefactor (n)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement; th…
cool or distant in relationships with others; indifferent
a ghost: a phantom: an appearance seen suddenly
a person who was given help; a patron
Agitation (v)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement; th…
Aloof (adj)
cool or distant in relationships with others; indifferent
English 9, Greek/Latin-lesson 4
Extra
Extraneous
Extraterrestrial
Extrovert
"On the outside"
Coming from outside; foreign.
Outside or originating outside the limits of the Earth's atmo…
A person chiefly interested in things outside the self.
Extra
"On the outside"
Extraneous
Coming from outside; foreign.
10 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots -Lesson 3
neur, nero
nym, onym, onom
opt
ortho
nerve
name
eye
straight
neur, nero
nerve
nym, onym, onom
name
9 terms
Greek and Latin Roots lesson 6 english
soph
syn, sym
techn
tele
wise
together
art, skill
at a distance
soph
wise
syn, sym
together
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
19 terms
English Vocabulary and Greek & Latin Roots - Lesson 7
Carnivorous (adj)
Centrifugal (adj)
Fauna (n)
Flora (n)
flesh-eating
moving away from a center or axis
animals collectively, especially those of a particular region…
plant collectively, especially plants of a particular region…
Carnivorous (adj)
flesh-eating
Centrifugal (adj)
moving away from a center or axis
20 terms
English: Vocabulary and Greek/ Latin Roots -Lesson 4
Citadel (n)
Defile (v)
Emissary (n)
Entice (v)
a fortress overlooking a city; a stronghold; a... place of forti…
to make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a... reputation
a person sent on a mission to represent... another's interest; a…
to attract; to tempt; to lure
Citadel (n)
a fortress overlooking a city; a stronghold; a... place of forti…
Defile (v)
to make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a... reputation
20 terms
English Vocabulary and Greek & Latin Roots - Lesson 8
Attribute (v)
Bizzare (adj)
Horde (n)
Humanitarian (adj)
to think of as belonging to or coming from a particular perso…
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
a crowd; a swarm; a wandering group or tribe; (v) to swarm or…
concerned with human welfare; (n) a person devoted to helping…
Attribute (v)
to think of as belonging to or coming from a particular perso…
Bizzare (adj)
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
10 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots- Lesson 2
derm- skin
ethno- nation
Eu- good, well
Gam- marriage
dermatitis, dermatology
ethnic, ethnocentrism
euphoria, euphony, euphemism
monogamy, polygamy, bigamy
derm- skin
dermatitis, dermatology
ethno- nation
ethnic, ethnocentrism
10 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots - Lesson 2
derm
ethno
Eu
Gam
skin
nation
good, well
marriage
derm
skin
ethno
nation
10 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots -Lesson 1
anthropo- human being
aster, astro- star
baro- pressure
biblio, bibli- book
anthropology, anthropoid, philanthropic
astronomy, astronmical, asterisk
barometer, barometric
bibliographer, bibliomania, biblical
anthropo- human being
anthropology, anthropoid, philanthropic
aster, astro- star
astronomy, astronmical, asterisk
36 terms
Lessons 13-15 English Greek and Latin
culp
eval
fa/fat
fort
blame/fault
ages
to speak
strong
culp
blame/fault
eval
ages
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
32 terms
English: Latin & Greek root words; lesson 1
accredit
apotheosis
atheist
Credence
to authorize, to certify; to believe
making a God of something
a person who doesn't believe there is a God
belief; acceptance as true
accredit
to authorize, to certify; to believe
apotheosis
making a God of something
32 terms
English: Latin & Greek root words; lesson 1
accredit
apotheosis
atheist
Credence
to authorize, to certify; to believe
making a God of something
a person who doesn't believe there is a God
belief; acceptance as true
accredit
to authorize, to certify; to believe
apotheosis
making a God of something
46 terms
latin and greek English lessons 5 and 6
mikros
microbe
bios
microcosm
small
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
life
a miniature world; sometimes that resembles something else on…
mikros
small
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 9
comput
cor, cord, card
corp
cred
to compute
heart
body
to believe, to trust
comput
to compute
cor, cord, card
heart
16 terms
English Latin and Greek Roots Lesson 8
Impediment
Expedient
Pedestrian
Pedant
Something that gets in the way; an obstacle
Providing results quickly; practical and effective
Lacking excitement; ordinary and dull
One possessing abundant knowledge of minor, often uninteresti…
Impediment
Something that gets in the way; an obstacle
Expedient
Providing results quickly; practical and effective
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots English Lesson 6
Recant
Incantation
Disenchanted
Inaudible
To formally withdraw
Ritual chant; spell
Losing fondness for; unhappy with
So quiet to be impossible to hear
Recant
To formally withdraw
Incantation
Ritual chant; spell
10 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots Lesson 2
derm
ethno
Eu
Gam
skin
nation
well, good
Marriage
derm
skin
ethno
nation
38 terms
English Latin and Greek Roots Lessons 1-8
monos (greek)
unus (latin)
duo (latin)
duplex (latin)
one
one
two
twofold
monos (greek)
one
unus (latin)
one
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 7
act
alt
anima, anim
ann, enn
to do, drive
high
life, mind
year
act
to do, drive
alt
high
10 terms
English Greek and Latin roots lesson 9
comput
cor, cord, card
corp
cred
to compute
heart
body
to believe, trust
comput
to compute
cor, cord, card
heart
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 6
Soph
syn, sym
Techn
Tele
wise
together
art, skill
at a distance
Soph
wise
syn, sym
together
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 8
cede
cele
cent
cept, capt, cip, cap, ceive, ceipt
to go; to yield
honor
one hundred
to take hold, grasp
cede
to go; to yield
cele
honor
16 terms
English Latin and Greek Roots Lesson 10
Benovelent
Benign
Benefactor
Accord
Kindly; favorable towards
Causing no harm
A person who gives friendly or financial aid
Sameness of opinion; agreement
Benovelent
Kindly; favorable towards
Benign
Causing no harm
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots English Lesson 7
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Enamored
Warlike in nature
Occuring before a war
Warlike mood or attitude
Fond of; feeling love towards
Bellicose
Warlike in nature
Antebellum
Occuring before a war
17 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson VI
hyper-
hypo-, hyp-
meta-, met-
para-, par-
over, excessive
below, less than normal
after, changed
beside, disordered
hyper-
over, excessive
hypo-, hyp-
below, less than normal
18 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson V
dys-
ec-, ex-
en-, em-, el-
endo-, ento-, end-, ent-
bad, disordered, difficult
out, out of
in, into
within
dys-
bad, disordered, difficult
ec-, ex-
out, out of
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 2
derm
ethno
eu
gam
skin
nation
good, well
marriage
derm
skin
ethno
nation
Greek and Latin roots English lesson 1
anthropo
aster, astro
baro
biblio, bibli
human being
star
pressure
book
anthropo
human being
aster, astro
star
36 terms
English Vocal (Greek/ Latin Roots) lesson 2
Inequity
Dissimulate
Artful
Nulliparous
unfairness
pretend; conceal by feigning
crafty
female who has borne no offspring
Inequity
unfairness
Dissimulate
pretend; conceal by feigning
25 terms
English 4 Vocab Lesson 1-Greek and Latin.
Prefix. a- an-
Prefix.ant/i-
Prefix.in-im-
Prefix.Iso-
Not, without.
Against, opposite.
Not.
Equal.
Prefix. a- an-
Not, without.
Prefix.ant/i-
Against, opposite.
18 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson VII
-ic
-ac
-tic
-ics
pertaining to, like
pertaining to, like
pertaining to, like
art, science, or study of
-ic
pertaining to, like
-ac
pertaining to, like
37 terms
English Vocal (Greek/ Latin Roots) lesson 3
Animal
Grandiose
Jury
Mutant
Any member of kingdom Animalia
absurdly exaggerated
A group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the…
An organism genetically different from its parent
Animal
Any member of kingdom Animalia
Grandiose
absurdly exaggerated
Greek and Latin roots English lesson #3
neur, nero
nym, onym, onom
opt
ortho
nerve
name
eye
straight
neur, nero
nerve
nym, onym, onom
name
10 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson III
BIBLI-
CANON-
CRYPT-, CRYPH-
CYCL-
book
rule
hidden, secret
circle, wheel
BIBLI-
book
CANON-
rule
77 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson III-VII
-ic, -ac, -tic
-ics, -tics
-oid
(A)ESTHE-
pertaining to, like
art, science, or study of
like, having the shape of
to feel, perceive
-ic, -ac, -tic
pertaining to, like
-ics, -tics
art, science, or study of
64 terms
English words from Latin and Greek elements - Greek Lesson III-VI
BIBLI-
CANON-
CRYPT-, CRYPH-
CYCL-
book
rule
hidden, secret
circle, wheel
BIBLI-
book
CANON-
rule
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