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..::Mr. Wevodau's Latin Roots ALL 500 ROOTS::..
ad
ante
anthropo
anti
to
before
man or human
against
ad
to
ante
before
500 terms
..::Mr. Wevodau's Latin Roots ALL 500 ROOTS::..
ad
ante
anthropo
anti
to
before
man or human
against
ad
to
ante
before
47 terms
Abbreviations and Terms Used in Source Citations
Department
Congress
etc. (et cetera)
e.g. (exempli gratia)
Dept.
Cong.
"and others"; "and the rest"; "and so on"
"such as" ; "for example"
Department
Dept.
Congress
Cong.
English Latin Root Words
ped/pad
photo
uni
trans
foot
light
one
across
ped/pad
foot
photo
light
20 terms
English Latin Roots 1
Andro
Androcracy
Anthro
Anthropology
Man or men
Government ruled by men
Human
Study of human cultures
Andro
Man or men
Androcracy
Government ruled by men
23 terms
Latin Roots English 6
Sol, Soli
Desolate (Verb)
Desolate (Adj)
Sole
Alone, Lonely, Single
Make lonely or deprive of inhabitants, Lay waste, Ravage, Dev…
Left Alone, Deserted; forlorn, abandoned, forsaken
(adj) One and only, Single, Lone
Sol, Soli
Alone, Lonely, Single
Desolate (Verb)
Make lonely or deprive of inhabitants, Lay waste, Ravage, Dev…
21 terms
Latin Roots English 5
PON, POS
Depose
Impose
Postpone
Put
1. Literally," put down; put out of office, dethrone (verb)…
(Verb) put on as a burden, duty, tax, ect.; inflict
(Verb) (literally,"put after") put off; defer; delay
PON, POS
Put
Depose
1. Literally," put down; put out of office, dethrone (verb)…
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
10 terms
9th English Latin Roots 2
Kynikos
Gnasten
Potare
Hybrida
Cynical... Greek root - Like a dog... distrusting contemputous of h…
Gnash... To strike or grind teeth together... Root - to gnash
Potion... Latin root - to drink... A drink, a dose of poison or liq…
Hybrid... Latin root - mongrel... Of mixed origin or composition
Kynikos
Cynical... Greek root - Like a dog... distrusting contemputous of h…
Gnasten
Gnash... To strike or grind teeth together... Root - to gnash
English Latin Roots
Aero
Agri
Alter
Ambi
Air... Example: Aerobics, aerate
field... Example: Agriculture, Agrarian
other... Example: alternate, altercation
both... Example: ambiguous, ambidextrous
Aero
Air... Example: Aerobics, aerate
Agri
field... Example: Agriculture, Agrarian
8 terms
English Latin root
FIRM
GRAV
Ting Tang Tact
CRED
Solid,strong
Heavy
To touch
To believe
FIRM
Solid,strong
GRAV
Heavy
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
English Latin Root #12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizinf everything; greedy
Captivated
Hidden or secret
Able to be noticed
Rapacious
Seizinf everything; greedy
Rapt
Captivated
English - Latin Roots #13
Affluent
Superluous
Mellifuous
Leaven
Wealthy & privileged
Extra
Sweetly sounding
To make less serious
Affluent
Wealthy & privileged
Superluous
Extra
33 terms
English Latin Roots
Ambi
Aqua
Aud
Bene
Both
Water
To hear
Good
Ambi
Both
Aqua
Water
English: Latin Root Cide
Bactericide
Biocide
Fratricide
Fungicide
substance that kills bacteria
substance that destroys many different organisms
act of killing (of killer of) one's brother
substance that kills fungi or inhabits their growth
Bactericide
substance that kills bacteria
Biocide
substance that destroys many different organisms
English Latin Roots 10
Duct, duc
dur
ego
equ
to lead; to draw
hard, lasting
I
fair
Duct, duc
to lead; to draw
dur
hard, lasting
39 terms
English: Latin Roots 10
Vert (vers)
advert
aversion
avert
turn
turn attention... "If you wouldn't mind adverting your attentio…
a strong dislike/ strong disclination... Someone or something th…
prevent... I avert my eyes from the couple making out in the co…
Vert (vers)
turn
advert
turn attention... "If you wouldn't mind adverting your attentio…
51 terms
English Greek and Latin roots
DIRECTIONS
photos
graph
tele
1. Root... 2. Meaning... 3. 3 Derivatives ... 4. Synonym for each deri…
light... Ex: Photograph- (graph-write, draw)- picture drawn by…
write, draw... Ex: Photograph- (photo-light) picture drawn by l…
far away... Ex: Television - (video, see) - seeing distant thin…
DIRECTIONS
1. Root... 2. Meaning... 3. 3 Derivatives ... 4. Synonym for each deri…
photos
light... Ex: Photograph- (graph-write, draw)- picture drawn by…
30 terms
English: Latin Roots #1
Am
Ante
Aqua
Art
to love, friend
before, in front of, prior
water
art
Am
to love, friend
Ante
before, in front of, prior
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
English - Latin Roots 1
Bene
Fac, (Fic), Fact, (Fect), (Fy)
Loqui, Locut
Magn
Well; Good
To do; To make
To speak
Great
Bene
Well; Good
Fac, (Fic), Fact, (Fect), (Fy)
To do; To make
English Greek/Latin Roots
anthro
biblio
-cide
dem
human
book
to kill
people
anthro
human
biblio
book
11 terms
ROOTS #9 (LATIN - ENGLISH)
SEC, SECT, SEG
SENT, SENS
SEQU, SECU
SOL
Cut
Feel, think
Follow
Sun
SEC, SECT, SEG
Cut
SENT, SENS
Feel, think
62 terms
English from the Roots Up (Latin)
unus
duo
tres
quattuor
one
two
three
four
unus
one
duo
two
12 terms
English: Latin Roots 10
Ag, Act (Ig)
Am
Err
Firm
To do; to drive
To love
To wander
Firm; strong
Ag, Act (Ig)
To do; to drive
Am
To love
19 terms
Latin Roots 2 English
FLOW (ROOT)
fluctuate
fluent
fluid- noun
flux, flu, fluc
verb - flow and move up and down
adjective - speaking/writing smoothly
noun - substance that flows
FLOW (ROOT)
flux, flu, fluc
fluctuate
verb - flow and move up and down
English Latin Roots
Canis
Feles
Leon
Equus
Dog Canine, Cannily, Canine Teeth
Cat Feline, Felinity, Felinophila
Lion Lion, Lioness, Leonine
Horse Equine, Equestrian, Equidae
Canis
Dog Canine, Cannily, Canine Teeth
Feles
Cat Feline, Felinity, Felinophila
11 terms
Roots #5 (LATIN - ENGLISH)
HYDR
HYPER
HYPO
INTRA, INTR
Water
Too much, excess
Too little, under
Within
HYDR
Water
HYPER
Too much, excess
9 terms
English greek/latin roots
anni, annu, enni
alter
alter
anthrop
year
other
other
man
anni, annu, enni
year
alter
other
12 terms
english latin roots
bene-
fac, (fic), fact, (fect), (fy)-
loqui, locut-
magn-
well, good
to do, to make
to speak
great
bene-
well, good
fac, (fic), fact, (fect), (fy)-
to do, to make
11 terms
ROOTS #6 (LATIN - ENGLISH)
MAL
MAN
MAR
MATER, MATR
Bad
Hand
Sea
Mother
MAL
Bad
MAN
Hand
English: Latin Roots #3
Pecu
Propr,proper
Lucr
Fisc
Ones own private property; money
One's own: individual
Gain;profit
Purse
Pecu
Ones own private property; money
Propr,proper
One's own: individual
84 terms
English Latin roots
act
ag
ig
litigation
to do
to move
to drive
a lawsuit
act
to do
ag
to move
100 terms
Latin Roots English 12
act, ag
alt
alter, altr
am, ami
do, act, drive
high
other, change
love, friend
act, ag
do, act, drive
alt
high
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)
English Greek and Latin Roots
andro
annu, ennu
anthrop
aqu
Man, Male
Year
Human
Water
andro
Man, Male
annu, ennu
Year
English; Latin roots 1
Agenda
Agile
Alienate
Altercation
Noun, a list or plan of things to be done in the future
Adjective, quick and easy of movement or thought
Verb, to make someone unfriendly withdrawn or in different
Noun, a heated or angry argument
Agenda
Noun, a list or plan of things to be done in the future
Agile
Adjective, quick and easy of movement or thought
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)
English Latin Roots #5
Cert:
Cert (decided)
Cert (not decided)
Cess:
Sure
Certain
Uncertain
Go, yield
Cert:
Sure
Cert (decided)
Certain
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
English Latin Root 1
aster/astro-
aud/aus-
biblo-
chron-
star
hear
books
time
aster/astro-
star
aud/aus-
hear
119 terms
English Latin Roots Final
voc, vok
dic, dict
duc, duct
loqu, locut
voice; call
say; speak; assert
lead
speak
voc, vok
voice; call
dic, dict
say; speak; assert
412 terms
English Latin Roots
Plex
Plicit
Plic
Mult
To fold; to tangle
To fold; to tangle
To fold; to tangle
Many
Plex
To fold; to tangle
Plicit
To fold; to tangle
Latin Roots English 2
Annus
Cap/Capit
Cent
Cor/Cord
Year (Anniversary)
Head (Capsule)
Hundred (Century)
Heart (Courageous)
Annus
Year (Anniversary)
Cap/Capit
Head (Capsule)
62 terms
English from the Roots Up (Latin)
unus
duo
tres
quattuor
one
two
three
four
unus
one
duo
two
English greek/latin roots
anthropo
aster, astro
baro
biblio, bibli
human being
star
pressure
book
anthropo
human being
aster, astro
star
10 terms
english latin root 1
implicate
postpone
tenet
tendency
to show to be also involved, usually in an incriminating manner
to put off to a later time
any opinion, principle, doctrine, dogma, etc., especially one…
a natural or prevailing disposition to move, proceed, or act…
implicate
to show to be also involved, usually in an incriminating manner
postpone
to put off to a later time
English and Latin Roots
Bumptious
Lofty
Versatility
Powess
Assertive and proud in an irritating way
noble or exalted
capable of many uses
exceptional bravery or valor
Bumptious
Assertive and proud in an irritating way
Lofty
noble or exalted
13 terms
english greek/latin roots
amphi
anthro
ast
auto
both ways
man
star
self
amphi
both ways
anthro
man
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