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16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 1
PHOT/PHOS
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek PHOS, PHOTOS "light"
adj. Tending to grow or move towards light
adj. Giving off light without heat
adj. Attractive in pictures or photographs
PHOT/PHOS
Greek PHOS, PHOTOS "light"
phototropic
adj. Tending to grow or move towards light
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 7
BELL
bellicose
antebellum
belligerence
Latin BELLUM, "war"
adj. Warlike in nature
adj. Occurring before a war
n. Warlike mood or attitude
BELL
Latin BELLUM, "war"
bellicose
adj. Warlike in nature
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 6
CANT/CHANT
recant
incantation
disenchanted
Latin CANERE, CANTUM, "to sing, to call"
v. To formally withdraw
n. Ritual chant; spell
adj. Losing fondness for
CANT/CHANT
Latin CANERE, CANTUM, "to sing, to call"
recant
v. To formally withdraw
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 4
FORM
misinformation
reform
formative
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
n. Untrue or wrong information
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adj. Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
misinformation
n. Untrue or wrong information
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 8
PED
impediment
expedient
pedestrian
Latin PES, PEDIS, "foot"
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
adj. Providing results quickly; practical and effective
adj. Lacking excitement; ordinary
PED
Latin PES, PEDIS, "foot"
impediment
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 3
HIB/HAB
prohibit
inhibit
FUS/FOUND
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
v. To get in the way of; hinder
Latin FUNDERE, FUSM, "to pour out"
HIB/HAB
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
prohibit
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 12
RAP
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM, "to snatch"; RAPAX, "greedy, devouring"
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
adj. Giving total attention to; captivated
adj. hidden or secret; done without notice
RAP
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM, "to snatch"; RAPAX, "greedy, devouring"
rapacious
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 17
MORT
immortalize
morbid
mortify
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
MORT
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 15
JUNCT
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
Latin JANGERE, JUNCTUM, "to join, yoke"
v. 1. To command; to urge; 2. To forbid
n. An order which legally prevents something
n. An answer; a reply
JUNCT
Latin JANGERE, JUNCTUM, "to join, yoke"
enjoin
v. 1. To command; to urge; 2. To forbid
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 13
FLU
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
Latin FLUERE, FLUCTUM, "to flow"
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
adj. Sweetly flowing or sounding
FLU
Latin FLUERE, FLUCTUM, "to flow"
affluent
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
16 terms
PCHS SOPHOMORE GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS
LEV
AMBL/AMBUL
CAD/CAS
CED
Light
To walk
To fall
To move along, to go
LEV
Light
AMBL/AMBUL
To walk
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 11
JUR
perjury
abjure
conjure
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
n. Breaking of a legal oath
v. To swear off; renounce
v. To bring forth, especially through words
JUR
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
perjury
n. Breaking of a legal oath
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 18
COGN
incognito
cognitive
cognizant
From Latin COGNOSCERE, COGNITUM, "to know"
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
adj. Relating to the process of thought
adj. Aware
COGN
From Latin COGNOSCERE, COGNITUM, "to know"
incognito
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
16 terms
PCHS greek and latin roots unit 5
JUNCT
enjoin
injunction
impartial
to join, yoke
to command, to urge or to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
having no bias or favor
JUNCT
to join, yoke
enjoin
to command, to urge or to forbid
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 14
SEQUI/SEC
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
adj. Having no effect or importance
adj. Following in order
n. The way something is done
SEQUI/SEC
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
inconsequential
adj. Having no effect or importance
63 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin roots/vocabulary 1-4
Phot/Phos
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek - light
tending to grow toward the light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
Phot/Phos
Greek - light
phototropic
tending to grow toward the light
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 16
META
metabolism
metamorphosis
metaphorical
From the Greek Prefix META, "after, changed, beyond"
n. The process through which an organism changes food into en…
n. Change in form; transformation
adj. Symbolic rather than literal
META
From the Greek Prefix META, "after, changed, beyond"
metabolism
n. The process through which an organism changes food into en…
12 terms
PCHS greek and latin roots UNIT 3 (sophomore)
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
additional to what is necessary; extra
sweetly flowing or sounding
to make less heavy or serious
affluent
wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
superfluous
additional to what is necessary; extra
64 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary 11-14
Jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a leagal oath
to swearoff; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
Jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a leagal oath
60 terms
Pchs Greek and Latin roots 11-14
Jur
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
To swear, to vow
Breaking of a legal oath
To swear off ; renounce
To bring forth, especially through words
Jur
To swear, to vow
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 4
FORM
misinformation
reform
formative
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
n. Untrue or wrong information
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adj. Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
misinformation
n. Untrue or wrong information
15 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots Unit 5
LEGA
legacy
delegate
ACT/AG
Latin LEGARE, LEGATUM, "to appoint, to send on a mission, to…
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
Latin AGERE, ACTUM, "to do, act"
LEGA
Latin LEGARE, LEGATUM, "to appoint, to send on a mission, to…
legacy
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 3
HIB/HAB
prohibit
inhibit
FUS/FOUND
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
v. To get in the way of; hinder
Latin FUNDERE, FUSM, "to pour out"
HIB/HAB
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
prohibit
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 17
MORT
immortalize
morbid
mortify
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
MORT
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 2
NUNC/NOUNC
enunciate
renounce
pronouncement
Latin NUNTIARE, NUNTIATUM, "to announce"
v. To pronounce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
NUNC/NOUNC
Latin NUNTIARE, NUNTIATUM, "to announce"
enunciate
v. To pronounce or articulate
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 14
SEQUI/SEC
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
adj. Having no effect or importance
adj. Following in order
n. The way something is done
SEQUI/SEC
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
inconsequential
adj. Having no effect or importance
128 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary 11-18
Jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a leagal oath
to swearoff; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
Jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a leagal oath
17 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots 11-14
Jur
Domin
Crat/Crac
Leg
to swear, to vow
to rule, to dominate
to rule, power
law
Jur
to swear, to vow
Domin
to rule, to dominate
16 terms
PCHS Greek and Latin Roots - Units 1-2
For/fari
Ineffable
Infantile
Affable
To speak
Unutterable, indescribable
Childish; immature
Easy to converse with; friendly
For/fari
To speak
Ineffable
Unutterable, indescribable
PCHS Biology Greek and Latin Root Words
a, an
auto
bi
chromo
without, not
self
two, twice, double
color
a, an
without, not
auto
self
126 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin roots/vocabulary 1-8
Phot/Phos
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek - light
tending to grow toward the light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
Phot/Phos
Greek - light
phototropic
tending to grow toward the light
16 terms
Pchs Greek and Latin roots 11-14
Sequi/ sec
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
To follow
Having no effect or importance
Following in order
The way something is done
Sequi/ sec
To follow
Inconsequential
Having no effect or importance
32 terms
PCHS Greek and Latin Roots - Units 1-2
Phot/Phos
Phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
light
tending to grow or move towards light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
Phot/Phos
light
Phototropic
tending to grow or move towards light
16 terms
PCHS Greek and Latin roots units 3
Sustain
Abstain
Tenacious
Retinue
To support for an extended period of time
To not do something
Stubbornly persistent; determined
A group that attends to an important person
Sustain
To support for an extended period of time
Abstain
To not do something
24 terms
PCHS Units 2 and 4 Greek and Latin Roots -sophomore
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
Courier
Having no effect or importance
Following an order
The way something is done
One who carries and delivers
Inconsequential
Having no effect or importance
Consecutive
Following an order
125 terms
PCHS Grieman Greek and Latin Roots/ vocabulary units 1-8 final
PHOT/PHOS
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
light
tending to move towards light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
PHOT/PHOS
light
phototropic
tending to move towards light
32 terms
PCHS - Freshman Greek and Latin Roots Units 1 - 8
Phot/Phos
Luc
Spec/Spect
Vid/Vis
Light (Greek)
Light (Latin)
To look at
To see, to look
Phot/Phos
Light (Greek)
Luc
Light (Latin)
16 terms
PCHS Latin and Greek Unit 12
Rap
Cep
Vor
Cad,Cas
To snatch
Take
To eat
To fill
Rap
To snatch
Cep
Take
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
16 terms
PCHS Latin roots unit 17
Mort
Immortalize
Morbid
Mortify
Death
To preserve in memory
Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
To cause extreme embarrassment
Mort
Death
Immortalize
To preserve in memory
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
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
15 terms
PCHS latin roots unit 18
Cogn
Incognito
Cognitive
Cognizant
To know
Disguised as someone other than oneself
relating to the process of thought
Aware
Cogn
To know
Incognito
Disguised as someone other than oneself
9 terms
English greek/latin roots
anni, annu, enni
alter
alter
anthrop
year
other
other
man
anni, annu, enni
year
alter
other
18 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots
andro
annu, ennu
anthrop
aqu
Man, Male
Year
Human
Water
andro
Man, Male
annu, ennu
Year
50 terms
English Greek and Latin roots
photos
graph
tele
metron
light
write, draw
far away
measure
photos
light
graph
write, draw
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)
10 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary - Vocab Unit 13, 2016 Short List
Nirvana (ner va' ne)
Despicable (des pi ke hel)
Harlequin (har le kwen)
Empathy (em' pe the)
n. a condition of great peace or happiness After work, Irene…
adj. contemptible; hateful Only a ____________ cad would beha…
n. a clown The king summoned the _______________ to entertain…
n. an understanding of another's feelings ... The same thing hap…
Nirvana (ner va' ne)
n. a condition of great peace or happiness After work, Irene…
Despicable (des pi ke hel)
adj. contemptible; hateful Only a ____________ cad would beha…
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
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…
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