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Hadden English Book A Classical Roots Vocabulary
bilateral
bipartisan
bisect
duplex
1. Having two sides. adj.... 2. Made between two persons or grou…
Involving two political parties. adj.
To divide into two equal parts. tr. v.
A dwelling with two living units. n.
bilateral
1. Having two sides. adj.... 2. Made between two persons or grou…
bipartisan
Involving two political parties. adj.
21 terms
English book A chapter 11 and 12 vocabulary from classical roots
aberration
ambience
episode
erratic
...
...
...
...
aberration
...
ambience
...
21 terms
English Vocabulary~Classical Roots.
Contend
Defer
Dilatory
Elation
To engage in a quarrel, struggle, or rivalry.
To postpone or delay.
Tending to delay or postpone.
Excited feelings of pride, triumph, or happiness.
Contend
To engage in a quarrel, struggle, or rivalry.
Defer
To postpone or delay.
62 terms
Vocabulary for Classical Roots, Book A
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
exclusive control of the trade in some item or service; sole…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
62 terms
Vocabulary for Classical Roots, Book A
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
exclusive control of the trade in some item or service; sole…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
19 terms
english 7h vocabulary from classical roots book a lessons 7and8
antebellum
antecedent
anterior
avant-garde
belonging to a period before a war
a thing or event that precedes
coming before in position or time
ahead of times
antebellum
belonging to a period before a war
antecedent
a thing or event that precedes
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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…
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
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
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[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
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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
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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
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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"
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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
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English 10 Semester 1 Final: Classical Roots Book E Vocabulary
Acquiesce
Interpose
Requiem
Unrequited
intransitive verb... 1. To agree or consent without any objection.
transitive and intransitive verb... 1. To insert between parts o…
noun... 1. A mass or service for the repose of departed souls; m…
adjective... 1. Not reciprocal; not given in payment or returned…
Acquiesce
intransitive verb... 1. To agree or consent without any objection.
Interpose
transitive and intransitive verb... 1. To insert between parts o…
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[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…
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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
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…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
(adj) plentiful; in large amounts
(n) the universe.... (n) any great whole
(adj) noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
(n) wealthy, influential person, especially in business
copious
(adj) plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
(n) the universe.... (n) any great whole
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Classical Roots Vocabulary 1-9 book A
bilateral
bipartisan
monopoly
unanimous
having two sides; made between two persons or groups
involving two political parties
exclusive control of the trade in some item or service
being in complete agreement
bilateral
having two sides; made between two persons or groups
bipartisan
involving two political parties
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A Roots
monos
unus
duo
duplex
one (<G)
one (<L)
two (<L)
twofold (<L)
monos
one (<G)
unus
one (<L)
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English Classical Roots Lesson #2 (a-c)
audible
audience
audition
auditorium
Able to be heard, loud enough to heard
The people who hear a speech or performance
A tryout for a role, a hearing to test and judge a performer'…
A large room or hall where people gather to hear speakers or…
audible
Able to be heard, loud enough to heard
audience
The people who hear a speech or performance
308 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A: Whole Book Review
E pluribus unum.
MONOS <G
monologue
LOGOS <G
One from many; motto of the United States of America
one
(n) A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
word, speech
E pluribus unum.
One from many; motto of the United States of America
MONOS <G
one
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English Vocabulary from Classical Roots
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
verb... to authorize; to certify; to believe... ac=ad <L "to" "towa…
noun... belief; acceptance as true
adjective... deserving praise
adjective... believing too easily; gullible
accredit
verb... to authorize; to certify; to believe... ac=ad <L "to" "towa…
credence
noun... belief; acceptance as true
308 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A: Whole Book Review
E pluribus unum.
MONOS <G
monologue
LOGOS <G
One from many; motto of the United States of America
one
(n) A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
word, speech
E pluribus unum.
One from many; motto of the United States of America
MONOS <G
one
11 terms
Vocabulary for Classical Roots Book A, Lesson 2
trilogy...
trisect ...
triumvirate
quadrant
(n.) A group of three literary or musical works that have a r…
(tr. v.) To divide into three parts.
(n.) A group of three, especially in authority....
1. (n.) A quarter of a circle or of its circumference.... 2. (n.…
trilogy...
(n.) A group of three literary or musical works that have a r…
trisect ...
(tr. v.) To divide into three parts.
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English 3 Classical Roots Book E
Interloper
Internecine
Interpolate
Interregnum
(n) One who intrudes by meddling or trespassing the rights of…
(adj) Very destructive to both sides in a conflict. Conflict…
(v) To insert or add something between other parts IN TEXT
(n) Interval between controlling elements Ex: a president/king
Interloper
(n) One who intrudes by meddling or trespassing the rights of…
Internecine
(adj) Very destructive to both sides in a conflict. Conflict…
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots (Book A) Lessons 1-2
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
n. a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
n. a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
n. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service... n.…
monologue
n. a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
the beginning of something
in its early stages
to destroy completely
the total rejection of religious/moral beliefs
inception
the beginning of something
incipient
in its early stages
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book A
aberration
transient
ambience
erratic
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
Lasting only for a short time; impermanent:... A person who is s…
The character and atmosphere of a place:
Not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable:
aberration
A departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typicall…
transient
Lasting only for a short time; impermanent:... A person who is s…
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 5
microbe
microcosm
minuscule
minutia
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
extremely small
a small or trivial detail
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
microcosm
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
308 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A: Whole Book Review
E pluribus unum.
MONOS <G
monologue
LOGOS <G
One from many; motto of the United States of America
one
(n) A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
word, speech
E pluribus unum.
One from many; motto of the United States of America
MONOS <G
one
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Vocabulary Classical Roots Lesson 3- Book A
Pandemonium
Panacea
Omnipotent
Omnipresent
Uproar.
A cure for all diseases or troubles.
Having unlimited power; all-powerful.
Present everywhere
Pandemonium
Uproar.
Panacea
A cure for all diseases or troubles.
9 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book A Lesson 16
feline
leonine
lionize
piscine
A member of the family of cats,lions,tigers and jaguars.... Belo…
Pertaining to a lion; having characteristics of a lion,such a…
To regard or treat a person like as a celebrity.
Typical of a fish.
feline
A member of the family of cats,lions,tigers and jaguars.... Belo…
leonine
Pertaining to a lion; having characteristics of a lion,such a…
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Vocabulary for Classical Roots Book A Lesson 10
accrue
beneficence
efficacious
facile
...
The act of doing good or making good, kind action
Effective as a medication or remedy or as a means
Being fluent, doing it with ease (has to be an animate object)
accrue
...
beneficence
The act of doing good or making good, kind action
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Vocabulary Classical Roots Book A: Vocab 6
copious
macrocosm
magnanimous
magnate
plentiful; in large amounts
the universe; any great whole
noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
a wealthy, influential person, especially in business
copious
plentiful; in large amounts
macrocosm
the universe; any great whole
11 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book A Lesson 5
Microbe
Microcosm
Minuscule
Minutia
An organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
A miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
Extremely small
A small or trivial detail
Microbe
An organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
Microcosm
A miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
Vocabulary Classical Roots lesson 9 book A
artifact
artifice
artless
artisan
1. An object made by human beings; often refers to a primitiv…
1. Craftiness; trickery. n. 2. Cleverness; skill. n. ARS, ART…
1. Without deceit or cunning; natural; simple. adj. 2. Crude;…
1. A skilled craftsperson. n. ARS, ARTIS < L. - art.
artifact
1. An object made by human beings; often refers to a primitiv…
artifice
1. Craftiness; trickery. n. 2. Cleverness; skill. n. ARS, ART…
13 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 5: Writing (With Roots and Prefixes)
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
114 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book A
Monos
logos
arkos
gramma
One
word, speech
ruler
letter
Monos
One
logos
word, speech
49 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A
totalitarian
preclude
recluse
incipient
a government where one person holds absolute control
prevent
a person who avoids mixing with people
in its early stages
totalitarian
a government where one person holds absolute control
preclude
prevent
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots (Book A; Lesson 5)
microbe
microcosm
minuscule
minutia
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
extremely small
a small or trivial detail
microbe
an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that c…
microcosm
a miniature world; something that resembles something else on…
56 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots (Book A) Lessons 1-2
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
n. a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
n. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
n. a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
n. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service... n.…
monologue
n. a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a…
monarch
n. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
11 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Lesson 3- Book A
Pandemonium
Panacea
Omnipotent
Omnipresent
Uproar.
A cure for all diseases or troubles.
Having unlimited power; all-powerful.
Present everywhere
Pandemonium
Uproar.
Panacea
A cure for all diseases or troubles.
21 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 10: Turning (With Roots) - 6TH GRADE BOYS EDITION -
Divert
Reverse
Versatile
Version
To turn aside or in another direction; to entertain or amuse.…
Causing movement backward; to change or turn in a different d…
Talented, not limited, able to turn easily from one thing to…
A way of presenting, a point of view.... Ex. Jack didn't like t…
Divert
To turn aside or in another direction; to entertain or amuse.…
Reverse
Causing movement backward; to change or turn in a different d…
12 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
A design composed of letters, usually the letter of a name.
1. Exclusive control of the trade in some item or purpose.... 2.…
monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a gro…
monarch
1. A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 3
PAN
pandemonium
panacea
OMNIS
(<G.) "all"
uproar
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
(<L.) "all"
PAN
(<G.) "all"
pandemonium
uproar
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 1
MONOS
monologue
monarch
monogram
(G.) "one"
(n.) A long speech made by one perfomer or by one person in a…
1. (n.) A person who rules Kingdom or Empire; a king, queen,…
(n.) A design composed of letters, usually the first letter o…
MONOS
(G.) "one"
monologue
(n.) A long speech made by one perfomer or by one person in a…
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