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12 terms
Roots of English Book 1 Lesson 9
interlude
prelude
ludicrous
allude
An intervening episode, feature, or period of time.
An introductory performance, episode, or feature.
Laughable because of absurdity.
To make an indirect reference.
interlude
An intervening episode, feature, or period of time.
prelude
An introductory performance, episode, or feature.
18 terms
Roots of English Book 1 Lesson 10
announce
annunciation
announcement
pronounce
to report publicly
to process or result of announcing
the act of announcing or something announced
to say correctly
announce
to report publicly
annunciation
to process or result of announcing
8 terms
lesson one
licentious
paucity
fatalistic
obtrude
morally unrestrained
insufficiency, scarcity
believed life determined by fate
intrude, force self into a situation
licentious
morally unrestrained
paucity
insufficiency, scarcity
16 terms
Roots of english lesson 25
part (R)
part
partial
impartial
to divide
segment of a whole
being a part
not partial
part (R)
to divide
part
segment of a whole
31 terms
Roots of English lesson 15
bene
benefit
beneficial
benefactor
good or well
aid or advantage
of benefit
one who gives aid
bene
good or well
benefit
aid or advantage
40 terms
Caesar`s English Lessons 1-15 Book 1|Roots
Bi
De
Super
Inter
Two
Down
Over
Between
Bi
Two
De
Down
Caesar`s English Lessons 1-15 Book 1| Roots and Words
Bi
De
Super
Inter
Two
Down
Over
Between
Bi
Two
De
Down
lesson 3- Roots book
PAN
Pandemonium
Panacea
Omnis
greek "all"
Noun... Uproar... Out of nowhere there was a complete pandemonium i…
Noun... A cure-all for diseases or troubles ... My Grandma was extr…
Latin "all"
PAN
greek "all"
Pandemonium
Noun... Uproar... Out of nowhere there was a complete pandemonium i…
75 terms
Caesar`s English Lessons 1-15 Book 1| Roots and Words
Bi
De
Super
Inter
Two
Down
Over
Between
Bi
Two
De
Down
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 16 (for english final)
feign
feint
effigy
ideology
(v.) to pretend
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
(n.) a sculpture or model of a person.
(n.) the main ideas of a class, group, or movement.
feign
(v.) to pretend
feint
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
16 terms
Roots of english lesson 25
part (R)
part
partial
impartial
to divide
segment of a whole
being a part
not partial
part (R)
to divide
part
segment of a whole
12 terms
English 10 Book C Lessons 7-8 Roots
Domus
Dominus
Dormio, dormire, dormivi, dormitum
Somnus
House
Head of household
To sleep
Sleep
Domus
House
Dominus
Head of household
50 terms
Caesar's English Book 2 Lessons 1-20 ROOTS ONLY
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
13 terms
English 10 Book C Lessons 3-4 Roots
mater, matris
pater, patris
frater, fratris
avunculus, avunculi
mother
father
brother
uncle
mater, matris
mother
pater, patris
father
10 terms
English Roots Lesson 5
phob
phon
photo
pneu
fear
sound, voice
light
breath
phob
fear
phon
sound, voice
75 terms
Caesar`s English Lessons 1-15 Book 1| Roots and Words
Bi
De
Super
Inter
Two
Down
Over
Between
Bi
Two
De
Down
15 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 12: Lessons 9-11 Review (Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes)
Carry
Send
Turn
Against
''Port'' meaning
''Mis/mit'' meaning
''Vers/vert'' meaning
''Contra'' meaning
Carry
''Port'' meaning
Send
''Mis/mit'' meaning
13 terms
English II HS- Vocabulary Book- Lessons 1 & 2 Latin Roots
mal
bene
dict
vol
bad or evil
good
to speak
to wish
mal
bad or evil
bene
good
19 terms
English Lesson 12 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUM
CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUM
PRAEDA
PUNGO, PUNGERE, PUNGI, PUNCTUM
to fall, to come to an end
to move, to yield
spoils of war, plunder, booty
to prick, to puncture
CADO, CADERE, CECIDI, CASUM
to fall, to come to an end
CEDO, CEDERE, CESSI, CESSUM
to move, to yield
20 terms
[English] Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book E Lesson 2
ALTER
Altercation
Altruism
EPI
other
to have difference with another; a noisy quarrel
concern for the welfare of others; unselfishness
on; toward
ALTER
other
Altercation
to have difference with another; a noisy quarrel
20 terms
English I Classical Roots Lesson 1 Book B
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
25 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 5: Writing
Postscript
Prescription
Scribe
Script
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by…
The text of a play, movie, or broadcast; handwriting
Postscript
A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
Prescription
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
25 terms
Roots of English Lesson 1
root
prefix
suffix
port
The main part of the word. It carries the basic meaning of th…
A small part before the root. It adds meaning to the root.
A small part after the root. It adds meaning to the root.
from the Latin, porto, meaning to carry
root
The main part of the word. It carries the basic meaning of th…
prefix
A small part before the root. It adds meaning to the root.
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 3 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
9 terms
English Roots Lesson 8
cele
cent
cept, capt, cip, cap, ceive, ceipt
cert
honor
one hundred
to take hold, grasp
to be sure, to trust
cele
honor
cent
one hundred
21 terms
[English] Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book E Lesson 1
INTER
Interloper
Internecine
Interpolate
between
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
1. very destructive to both sides in a conflict; involving sl…
1. to insert or add something between other parts, especially…
INTER
between
Interloper
one who intrudes by meddling or trespassing on the rights of…
20 terms
English Lesson 13 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
AISTHANESTHAI
BEO, BEARE, BEAVI, BEATUM
BENE
BONUS
to perceive
to make blessed
well
good
AISTHANESTHAI
to perceive
BEO, BEARE, BEAVI, BEATUM
to make blessed
20 terms
English Lesson 6 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
CUBO, CUBARE, CUBUI, CUBITUM
INCUMBO, INCUMBERE, INCUBUI, INCUBITUM
HUPO
KATA
To lie down
To recline
Under, beneath
Down
CUBO, CUBARE, CUBUI, CUBITUM
To lie down
INCUMBO, INCUMBERE, INCUBUI, INCUBITUM
To recline
22 terms
English Lesson 7 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
QUAERO, QUAERERE, QUAESIVI, QUAESITUM
DUNAMIS
DUNASTHAI
MITTO, MITTERE, MISI, MISSUM
to seek, to search for
power
to be able, to have strength
to send
QUAERO, QUAERERE, QUAESIVI, QUAESITUM
to seek, to search for
DUNAMIS
power
53 terms
Roots of English - Lesson 4
unite
unify
unity
union
'to form a whole' or 'to join'
to make one
the state or condition of being united
the process or result of uniting, such as an organization
unite
'to form a whole' or 'to join'
unify
to make one
10 terms
English Roots Lesson 7
act
alt
anima, anim
ann, enn
to do, drive
high
life, mind
year
act
to do, drive
alt
high
10 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 8: Lessons 5-7 Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes
Write
Remember
Under
Self
Scrib/scrip and graph
Mem
Sub-
Auto-
Write
Scrib/scrip and graph
Remember
Mem
21 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 4 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book C lesson 4 English Pronuncations
Puerile
Orthopedics
Pedagogue
Pedant
Childish;immature
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
A teacher
A person
Puerile
Childish;immature
Orthopedics
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
21 terms
English Lesson 11 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
BELLUM
DOMO, DOMARE, DOMUI, DOMITUM
FORTIS
"to beat", "to knock"
"war"
"to tame", "to subdue"
"strong"
BATTUO, BATTUERE, BATTUI, BATTUUM
"to beat", "to knock"
BELLUM
"war"
21 terms
English Lesson 10 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
APO
CASTUS
CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGA…
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUM
away from
pure; spotless
to correct; to restrain
to close
APO
away from
CASTUS
pure; spotless
21 terms
English Lesson 9 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
LUCEO, LUCERE, LUXI, LUCTUM
LUX, LUCIS, LUMENS, LUMENIS
MONSTRO, MONSTRARE, MONSTRAVI, MONSTRA…
UMBRA
to shine
light
to point out, to show
shade, shadow
LUCEO, LUCERE, LUXI, LUCTUM
to shine
LUX, LUCIS, LUMENS, LUMENIS
light
16 terms
roots of english lesson 21
capit
captain
capital
chapter
head
a commander
the official government center of state
a primary division of a book
capit
head
captain
a commander
24 terms
English Lesson 8 Vocabulary Classical Roots Book E
ACER
ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERBATUM
ACERBUS
ACUO, ACUERE, ACUI, ACUTUM
sharp
to make sour
bitter, sour, harsh
to sharpen
ACER
sharp
ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERBATUM
to make sour
45 terms
The Book of Roots lesson 4
union
unison
unit
unify
joining
one sound
single part
to make one
union
joining
unison
one sound
10 terms
Lesson 2 Roots book
Audible
Audience
Audition
Auditorium
Able to be heard
The people who hear a speech
A try out for a role
A large room or hall where people gather to hear speakers
Audible
Able to be heard
Audience
The people who hear a speech
11 terms
English Roots (lesson 11)
Trans
Transgress
Transitory
Translucent
Root- across
Verb- to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
Adj- Lasting for only a short while
Adj- Permitting light to pass through, but not transparent
Trans
Root- across
Transgress
Verb- to go beyond or over set limits; to break a rule
10 terms
Lesson 3 Roots book
Avocation
Vocal
Vocalist
Vocation
A past time or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
1. Connected with speaking or with voice.... 2. Express one's id…
Singer
A job; a calling or inclination towards a type of work service.
Avocation
A past time or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
Vocal
1. Connected with speaking or with voice.... 2. Express one's id…
13 terms
Roots of English Lesson 24
virtu
virtue
virtuous
virtual
excellence
moral excellence
having or showing virtue
existing in effect but not actual
virtu
excellence
virtue
moral excellence
18 terms
Roots of English Lesson 22
corp
corps
corpse
corpus
body
a body of people
a dead body
a collection of writings of a specific kind or on a specific…
corp
body
corps
a body of people
12 terms
Roots of English Lesson 23
urb
urban
urbane
urbanity
city
having to do with or located in the city
refined and elegant in manner
the state or condition of being urbane
urb
city
urban
having to do with or located in the city
English Roots Lesson 6
soph
syn, sym
techn
tele
wise
together
art, skill
at a distance
soph
wise
syn, sym
together
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lesson 9 roots of english
interlude
prelude
ludicrous
allude
An intervening episode, feature, or period of time.
An introductory performance, episode, or feature.
Laughable because of absurdity.
To make an indirect reference.
interlude
An intervening episode, feature, or period of time.
prelude
An introductory performance, episode, or feature.
9 terms
English Roots Lesson 6
soph
syn, sym
techn
tele
wise
together
art, skill
at a distance
soph
wise
syn, sym
together
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