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15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
fin
confines
refine
finite
end, limit, boundary
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
fin
end, limit, boundary
confines
limits or boundaries
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 15 English Vocabulary
Magniloquent
Loquacious
Circumlocution
Colloquy
high-flown and elevated in speech
very talkative
roundabout or overly long way of saying something
formal conversation or dialogue
Magniloquent
high-flown and elevated in speech
Loquacious
very talkative
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; make known
confines
limits or boundaries
refine
to make more pure or precise
Unit 15 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
something, especially a work of art or…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
to lead; to oversee
sequel
sequence
prosecute
conduct
something, especially a work of art or…
sequel
the order in which something happens
sequence
10 terms
Latin & Greek Roots English 3 Unit 15
Attrition
Contrite
Detrimental
Detritus
A lowering in number
Feeling regret and sorrow
Causing damage or harm; injuriveruseous
Debris; junk
Attrition
A lowering in number
Contrite
Feeling regret and sorrow
12 terms
English Vocab- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
to command, to urge/to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
an answer, a reply
having no bias or favor
Enjoin
to command, to urge/to forbid
Injunction
an order which legally prevents something
12 terms
English Vocab- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
v. to command, to urge/to forbid
n. an order which legally prevents something
n. an answer, a reply
adj. having no bias or favor
Enjoin
v. to command, to urge/to forbid
Injunction
n. an order which legally prevents something
21 terms
English Vocab- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin v
Injunction n
Rejoinder n
Impartial adj
to command, to urge/to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
an answer, a reply
having no bias or favor
Enjoin v
to command, to urge/to forbid
Injunction n
an order which legally prevents something
14 terms
English III AP: Latin and Greek Roots Vocab Unit 15
Trit
Detrimental
Contrite
Trite
Latin "to rub away, to wear, to crush"
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
adj. boring because of overuse or repetition
Trit
Latin "to rub away, to wear, to crush"
Detrimental
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
DICERE, DICTUM
Dictate
Malediction
Benediction
to say, to order
v. to give an order; to make necessary
n. a recital or words intended to harm; a curse
n. a blessing
DICERE, DICTUM
to say, to order
Dictate
v. to give an order; to make necessary
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; make known
confines
limits or boundaries
refine
to make more pure or precise
9 terms
Unit 15 Greek & Latin Roots
ELECTRO =
ELECTRICITY
ELECTRONIC
EXTR =
electric
a form of energy resulting from the... existence of charged par…
having or operating with the aid of... many small components
outer
ELECTRO =
electric
ELECTRICITY
a form of energy resulting from the... existence of charged par…
Unit 15: Latin & Greek roots
Sequel
Sequence
Prosecute
Conduct
something ,especially a work of literature , that follows an…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
to lead: to oversee
Sequel
something ,especially a work of literature , that follows an…
Sequence
the order in which something happens
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - Unit 15
Dictate
Malediction
Benediction
Locution
To give an order; to make necessary
A recital of words intended to harm; a curse
A blessing
Style or action of speaking
Dictate
To give an order; to make necessary
Malediction
A recital of words intended to harm; a curse
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
sequel
sequence
prosecute
conduct
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
to lead; to oversee
sequel
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
sequence
the order in which something happens
11 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 15
sequel
sequence
prosecute
conduct
n. something, especially a work of art or literature, that fo…
n. the order in which something happens
v. to press charges against
v. to lead; to oversee
sequel
n. something, especially a work of art or literature, that fo…
sequence
n. the order in which something happens
15 terms
Unit 15 Greek and Latin Roots
Seq,Sec
Sequel
Sequence
Prosecute
to follow
n. something,especially a work of art or literature,that foll…
n. the order in which something happens;cycle;array
v. to press charges against;sue;summon
Seq,Sec
to follow
Sequel
n. something,especially a work of art or literature,that foll…
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; make known
confines
limits or boundaries
refine
to make more pure or precise
13 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
fin (root)
term (root)
infinity
define
end, last, limit, boundary, border
end, last, boundary
space, time, quantity or distance without limit or end
to state or explain something's meaning
fin (root)
end, last, limit, boundary, border
term (root)
end, last, boundary
16 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 15
junct/join
part
clus/clud
cis
to join, yoke
part
to close
to cut
junct/join
to join, yoke
part
part
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
November
nonagon
decade
decimeter
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
a nine-sided polygon
a period of ten years
one tenth of a meter; ten centimeters
November
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
nonagon
a nine-sided polygon
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15: bio = life
antibiotic
autobiography
biography
biologist
medicine used to save LIVES because it destroys harmful bacte…
a piece of writing written by a person about his or her own L…
a piece of writing about a person's LIFE written by someone e…
a person who studies LIVING things
antibiotic
medicine used to save LIVES because it destroys harmful bacte…
autobiography
a piece of writing written by a person about his or her own L…
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
To command; to urge/to forbid
An order which legally prevents something... Synonym: Prohibition
An answer; a reply... Synonym: Retort
Having no bias or favor... Synonym: Neutral... Antonym: Prejudiced
Enjoin
To command; to urge/to forbid
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something... Synonym: Prohibition
12 terms
English Vocab- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
to command, to urge/to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
an answer, a reply
having no bias or favor
Enjoin
to command, to urge/to forbid
Injunction
an order which legally prevents something
52 terms
Unit 15 - 18 Greek & Latin roots
November
nonagon
decade
decimeter
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
a nine-sided polygon
a period of ten years
one tenth of a meter; ten centimeters
November
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
nonagon
a nine-sided polygon
Unit 15 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
sequel
sequence
prosecute
conduct
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
to lead; to oversee
sequel
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
sequence
the order in which something happens
10 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 15
Detrimental
Contrite
Trite
Detritus
Adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
Adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
Adj. boring because of overuse or repetition
N. debris; junk
Detrimental
Adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
Contrite
Adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
15 terms
Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots unit 15
SEQ, SEC
sequel
sequence
prosecute
"to follow"
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
SEQ, SEC
"to follow"
sequel
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
15 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 15
Confines
Refine
Finite
Disclose
noun-limits or boundaries... Latin-fin
verb-to make more pure or precise... Latin-fin
adj.-having an end or limit... Latin-fin
verb-To reveal; make known... Latin-clos, clud, clois
Confines
noun-limits or boundaries... Latin-fin
Refine
verb-to make more pure or precise... Latin-fin
13 terms
Unit 15 -- Greek & Latin roots
November
nonagon
decade
decimeter
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
a nine-sided polygon
a period of ten years
one tenth of a meter; ten centimeters
November
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
nonagon
a nine-sided polygon
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
November
nonagon
decade
decimeter
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
a nine-sided polygon
a period of ten years
one tenth of a meter; ten centimeters
November
the eleventh month of the year, formerly the ninth
nonagon
a nine-sided polygon
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
dictate
malediction
benediction
locution
1- to speak aloud in order that ones worfs may be copied or r…
a recital of words intended to harm; a curse
a blessing
style or action of speaking
dictate
1- to speak aloud in order that ones worfs may be copied or r…
malediction
a recital of words intended to harm; a curse
11 terms
Unit 15 - Greek and Latin Roots
magniloquent
loquacious
circumlocution
colloquy
high-flown and elevated in speech
very talkative
roundabout or overlong way of saying something
formal conversation or dialogue
magniloquent
high-flown and elevated in speech
loquacious
very talkative
16 terms
unit 15 Greek and Latin roots
junct
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
to join, yoke
to command, urge
an order which legally prevents something
an answer, a reply
junct
to join, yoke
enjoin
to command, urge
12 terms
Unit 15: Greek and Latin Roots
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
To command; to urge
An order which legally prevents something
An answer; a reply
Having no bias or favor
Enjoin
To command; to urge
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
impartial
to command; to urge ////// to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
an answer; a reply
having no bias or favor
enjoin
to command; to urge ////// to forbid
injunction
an order which legally prevents something
11 terms
Unit 15 Greek and Latin roots vocab
SEQUEL
SEQUENCE
PROSECUTE
CONDUCT
Something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
The order in which something happens
To press charges against
To lead; to oversee
SEQUEL
Something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
SEQUENCE
The order in which something happens
11 terms
7th Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; to make known
confines
limits or boundries
refine
to make more pure or precise
72 terms
Unit 15: Vocab. From Greek & Latin Roots
JAC, JECT
BALL, BOL, BL
PASS
PEND, PENS
to throw, to hurl
to throw
spread out, a step
to hang, to weigh
JAC, JECT
to throw, to hurl
BALL, BOL, BL
to throw
15 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 15
End, limit, boundary
Confines
Refine
Finite
Fin
Limits or boundaries
To make more pure or precise
Having an end or limit
End, limit, boundary
Fin
Confines
Limits or boundaries
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots III: Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
1. To command; to urge 2. To forbid
An order which legally prevents something
An answer; a reply
Having no bias or favor
Enjoin
1. To command; to urge 2. To forbid
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something
12 terms
English I: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 15
dictate
malediction
benediction
locution
to speak aloud in order that one's words may be heard, copied…
a recital of words intended to harm; a curse
a blessing
style or action of speaking
dictate
to speak aloud in order that one's words may be heard, copied…
malediction
a recital of words intended to harm; a curse
11 terms
Unit 15 Greek and Latin Roots
sequel
sequence
prosecute
conduct
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
the order in which something happens
to press charges against
to lead; to oversee
sequel
something, especially a work of art or literature, that follo…
sequence
the order in which something happens
16 terms
English Latin Greek Roots Unit 15 April 8 2016
Dic/Dict
dictate
malediction
benediction
to say, to order
to give an order; to make necessary; to speak aloud in order…
a recital of words intended to harm; a curse
a blessing
Dic/Dict
to say, to order
dictate
to give an order; to make necessary; to speak aloud in order…
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
Junct
Part
Clus/Clud
Cis
To join, yoke
Part
To close
To cut
Junct
To join, yoke
Part
Part
12 terms
English 9 Unit 15 vocabulary from Latin and Greek roots
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
To command; to urge
An order which legally prevents something
An answer; a reply
Having no bias or favor
Enjoin
To command; to urge
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something
14 terms
Latin and Greek Root Unit 15
fin
refine
finite
clos,clud,clois
"end, limit, boundary"
To make more pure or precise
Having and end or limit
"to close off, to shut"
fin
"end, limit, boundary"
refine
To make more pure or precise
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
1. To command; to urge ... 2. To forbid
An order which legally prevents something
An answer; a reply
Having no bias or favor
Enjoin
1. To command; to urge ... 2. To forbid
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
to command; to urge; to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
an answer; a reply
having no bias or favor
Enjoin
to command; to urge; to forbid
Injunction
an order which legally prevents something
23 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 15
Enjoin
Injunction
Rejoinder
Impartial
To command; to urge
An order which legally prevents something
An answer; a reply
Having no bias or favor
Enjoin
To command; to urge
Injunction
An order which legally prevents something
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