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English 3 Unit 6 Latin/Greek Roots
somnolent
soporific
sopor
languid
ADJECTIVE... drowsy; sleepy
ADJECTIVE... causing sleep or fatigue
NOUN... sleep; drowsiness
ADJECTIVE... lacking energy; weak
somnolent
ADJECTIVE... drowsy; sleepy
soporific
ADJECTIVE... causing sleep or fatigue
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English Latin and Greek unit 1
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conqured
Limited knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive; encouraging, helping to bring
Invincible
Unable to be conqured
Provincial
Limited knowledge of the world
12 terms
English Latin and Greek unit 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force or persuade
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force or persuade
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
13 terms
English Latin & Greek unit 2
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord
Minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
To cut out of; remove
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
Minor violation of a rule or law
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English 3 Unit 1 Latin/Greek
affection
allege
vigorous
invigorate
a feeling of love or liking
to put forth as true; to claim
done with power, force, or energy
to give life and energy
affection
a feeling of love or liking
allege
to put forth as true; to claim
12 terms
English Latin and Greek unit 4
Viaduct
Impervious
Deviate
Obviate
A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
Unable to be affected
To depart, especially from a path or plan
To make necessary; to avoid
Viaduct
A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
Impervious
Unable to be affected
13 terms
Unit 4 English Greek And Latin
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convit
Of or like a king or queen
Authority; rule
The murder of a king
To find guilty
Regal
Of or like a king or queen
Reign
Authority; rule
19 terms
English Latin & Greek Unit 11
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
glaringly bad; outrageous
an aristocrat
one sent on a special mission to represent others
having a similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
an aristocrat
12 terms
English Latin and Greek unit 11
tempo
chronology
annual
contemporary
rythm or beat
a history arranged by time
occurring every year
a person from the same time period
tempo
rythm or beat
chronology
a history arranged by time
16 terms
English unit 3 Greek and Latin
Verdure
Verdant
Verd, Virid
Viridity
Greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation N
Green; lush with vegetation ADJ
Green
Lack of experience; innocence N
Verdure
Greenery; fresh and ripe vegetation N
Verdant
Green; lush with vegetation ADJ
12 terms
English Latin& Greek Unit 11
Veteran
Inveterate
Frequent
Infrequent
someone very experienced in something; expert; syn: professio…
having done something for a long time; habitual; syn: practiced
to visit often or repeatedly; syn: patronize, ant: avoid
not occurring often
Veteran
someone very experienced in something; expert; syn: professio…
Inveterate
having done something for a long time; habitual; syn: practiced
12 terms
English Latin and Greek Unit 10
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
Breaking of legal oath
To swear off; renounce
The bring forth, especially through words
Being most evident or apparent
Perjury
Breaking of legal oath
Abjure
To swear off; renounce
20 terms
English Greek and Latin Unit 2
Recognize
Incognito
Recognizable
Cogn
To identify something you know
To hide so you are unknown
Able to be indentified
Know
Recognize
To identify something you know
Incognito
To hide so you are unknown
10 terms
English-- Greek and Latin Roots, Unit 5
fac
rupt
ast
geo
Latin root for "make"
Latin root for "break"
Greek root for "star"
Greek root for "earth"
fac
Latin root for "make"
rupt
Latin root for "break"
66 terms
Unit 1: Greek and Latin in English
{ad}, {as}, {ac}
{al}
{cess}
{con}, {com}
to, toward
connected with, pertaining to
come, go
together
{ad}, {as}, {ac}
to, toward
{al}
connected with, pertaining to
16 terms
English 9 Unit 3 Latin/Greek Roots
hib/hab
Prohibit
Inhibit
fus/found
"to have, hold"
To stop one from doing something; prevent
To get in the way of; hinder
"to pour out"
hib/hab
"to have, hold"
Prohibit
To stop one from doing something; prevent
17 terms
English 10 Greek/ Latin Unit 22
Ranc
Rancid
Rancor
Putr
To stink
Rotten; spoiled
Bitterness;hostility
Rotten
Ranc
To stink
Rancid
Rotten; spoiled
12 terms
English 9 Latin/Greek Unit 1
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
tending to grow or move towards light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures or photographs
easy to understand; clear
phototropic
tending to grow or move towards light
phosphorescent
giving off light without heat
15 terms
English Greek/Latin Unit 4
Via
n. viaduct
adj. impervious
v. deviate
road, way
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affected
to depart, especially from a path or plan
Via
road, way
n. viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
16 terms
English 10 Unit 7 Latin/Greek Vocab
"fac/fact/fic"
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
"to make, do"
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
"fac/fact/fic"
"to make, do"
Proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
17 terms
English 10 Greek/Latin Unit 19
Quis
Inquisitive
Acquisitive
Requisition
Ask, seek, demand
Curious; asking many questions
Seeking to get things; greedy
Noun: act of ordering or demanding something... Verb: to make a…
Quis
Ask, seek, demand
Inquisitive
Curious; asking many questions
12 terms
English 8 - Unit 1- Greek/Latin Vocabulary
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
Lucid
Tending to grow or move towards light
Giving off light without heat
Attractive in pictures or photographs
Easy to understand; clear
Phototropic
Tending to grow or move towards light
Phosphorescent
Giving off light without heat
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English 10 Greek/Latin Unit 17
Impute
Dispute
Disreputable
Connotation
To assign blame or responsibility for
To disagree with
Not respectable
An image or idea associated with a word
Impute
To assign blame or responsibility for
Dispute
To disagree with
18 terms
English 10 Greek/Latin Unit 21
Gust
Gusto
Gustatory
Sip, sap
Taste
Enthusiastic enjoyment
Having to do with the sense of taste
To taste
Gust
Taste
Gusto
Enthusiastic enjoyment
17 terms
English 10 Greek/Latin Unit 20
Mon
Admonition
Premonition
Consil
To warn
Gentle scolding
A vision; a warning of something before it happens
Bring together; advice
Mon
To warn
Admonition
Gentle scolding
15 terms
Unit 20 Latin and Greek Roots: English IV
MAGN
MAXIM
MIN
MICRO
large, great
largest, greatest
to lessen
small
MAGN
large, great
MAXIM
largest, greatest
16 terms
English 10 Unit 6 Latin/Greek Vocab
"her/hes"
Adherent
Incoherent
Inherent
"to attach, be fixed"
A follower of a person or idea
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
Existing as a natural part
"her/hes"
"to attach, be fixed"
Adherent
A follower of a person or idea
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
10 terms
English Unit 1: Greek and Latin Roots Words
acer, acid, acri... (acidity, acrid)
acu... (acute, accurate)
ag, agi, ig, act... (agenda, agitate, act…
ali, allo, alter... (alias, ailbi, altera…
bitter, sour, sharp
sharp
do, move, go
other
acer, acid, acri... (acidity, acrid)
bitter, sour, sharp
acu... (acute, accurate)
sharp
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English 10 Unit 17 Latin/Greek Roots
Aes
Aesthetic
Anesthetic
Path
Feeling;perception
Having to do with beauty or order
A substance which causes loss of feeling
To feel
Aes
Feeling;perception
Aesthetic
Having to do with beauty or order
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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
English Greek and Latin Roots - Unit I & II
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
tending to grow or move towards the light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures or photographs
easy to understand; clear
phototropic
tending to grow or move towards the light
phosphorescent
giving off light without heat
12 terms
Unit three Latin/ Greek English words
Prohibit
Inhibit
Suffuse
Confound
To stop one from doing something; prevent
To get in the way of; hinder
To fill up from within; to spead throughout
To confuse and frustrate
Prohibit
To stop one from doing something; prevent
Inhibit
To get in the way of; hinder
12 terms
Unit one Latin/ Greek English Words
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
Lucid
Tending to grow or move towards light
Giving off light without heat
Attractive in pictures or photographs
Easy to understand; clear
Phototropic
Tending to grow or move towards light
Phosphorescent
Giving off light without heat
12 terms
Unit seven Latin/ Greek English words
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Enamored
Warlike in nature
Occurring before war
Warlike mood or attitude
Fond of; feeling love towards
Bellicose
Warlike in nature
Antebellum
Occurring before war
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Unit five Latin/ Greek English words
Legacy
Delegate
Agenda
Proactive
Body of ideas, achievements, and morlas
To divide up, especially responsibilities
Plan of action; purpose
Seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
Legacy
Body of ideas, achievements, and morlas
Delegate
To divide up, especially responsibilities
12 terms
Unit four Latin/ Greek English words
Misinformative
Reform
Formative
Inept
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
Occurring at the time of most influence
Unskilled; clumsy
Misinformative
Untrue or wrong information
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
12 terms
Unit six Latin/ Greek English Words
Recant
Incantation
Disenchanted
Inaudible
To formally withdraw
Ritual chant; spell
Losing fondness for; disillusioned
So quiet as to be impossible to hear
Recant
To formally withdraw
Incantation
Ritual chant; spell
39 terms
"Greek & Latin Roots Units 1 & 2" English
PHOT/PHOS (G)
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
(G) "light"
Tending to grow or move towards light
Giving off light without heat
Attractive in photographs
PHOT/PHOS (G)
(G) "light"
Phototropic
Tending to grow or move towards light
55 terms
English-Greek and Latin Vocab Units 5-6
To appoint/send on a mission/charge with
To act/do
To push
Brought/carried
Lega
Act/ag
Puls/pel
Lat
To appoint/send on a mission/charge with
Lega
To act/do
Act/ag
16 terms
English Latin and Greek Vocab Unit 1
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
VINC/VICT
Adj. unable to be conquered. L. In, "not," + vincere = not ab…
Adj. limited in knowledge of the world; narrow-minded. L. Pro…
V. To establish; to reflect the truth of. L. e, "out of," + v…
Latin- VINCERE, VICTUM "to conquer"
Invincible
Adj. unable to be conquered. L. In, "not," + vincere = not ab…
Provincial
Adj. limited in knowledge of the world; narrow-minded. L. Pro…
15 terms
English latin and Greek roots unit 9...
SOL...solo, soloist.
MONO...monolayer, monomolecular.
VULG...vulgarly, vulgate.
POLY, POLL...polymer, polygomy.
"Alone"
"Single"
"Crowd"
"Many"
SOL...solo, soloist.
"Alone"
MONO...monolayer, monomolecular.
"Single"
12 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 1 English Vocabulary
Cogent
Exigent
Assay
Instransigent
strong to the point; convincing
urgent; pressing
to test; to analyze
refusing to compromise
Cogent
strong to the point; convincing
Exigent
urgent; pressing
9 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 19 English Vocabulary
Ludicrous
Allude
Collusion
Derisive
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
to mention without going into detail
a secret agreement for wrong or unlawful purposes
treating with ridicule; scornful
Ludicrous
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
Allude
to mention without going into detail
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Unit two Latin/Greek English words
Enunciate
Renounce
Pronouncement
Invoke
To pronounce or articulate
To reject by declaration/ take away
Declaration on opinion, judgement
To call on for support
Enunciate
To pronounce or articulate
Renounce
To reject by declaration/ take away
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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
17 terms
English Latin Greek Vocab Unit 2
FRACT/FRING/FRANG
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Latin- FRANGERE, FRACTUM "to break"
Adj. tending to argue or cause discord. ... Syn- cross, peevish…
N. minor violation of a rule or law. L. In, intensifier + fra…
V. to intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass. L…
FRACT/FRING/FRANG
Latin- FRANGERE, FRACTUM "to break"
Fractious
Adj. tending to argue or cause discord. ... Syn- cross, peevish…
13 terms
ENGLISH Latin & Greek Roots Unit 2
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord
Minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belonging to another; trespass
To cut out of; remove
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
Minor violation of a rule or law
21 terms
English - Units 5 and 6 Latin and Greek Roots
vid/vis
in
ad
pari
latin videre, visum "to see"
L. in, not, within
L. to, toward
latin parere, paritum "be visible, appear"
vid/vis
latin videre, visum "to see"
in
L. in, not, within
17 terms
Unit 2 - Latin and Greek Root Words (English)
FRACT/FRING/FRANG... (Latin FRANGERE, FRA…
Fractious (adj)
Infraction (n)
Infringe (v)
To break
Tending to argue or cause discord; cross; peevish
Minor violation of the rule or law; transgression
To intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
FRACT/FRING/FRANG... (Latin FRANGERE, FRA…
To break
Fractious (adj)
Tending to argue or cause discord; cross; peevish
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