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Vocabulary Classical Roots D Lessons 13-16
Ordo, Ordinis
insubordinate
Stellein
stolid
<L "order" "series" "row" "line"
not submissive to authority
<G "to put" "to place"
showing or appearing to feel no emotion; apathetic
Ordo, Ordinis
<L "order" "series" "row" "line"
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
15 terms
vocabulary classical roots D lesson 2 + 13
consecrate
execrate
sacrament
sacrilege
to make or declare something sacred.; to dedicate something t…
to denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest
something considered to have sacred significance
disrespect to something regarded as sacred
consecrate
to make or declare something sacred.; to dedicate something t…
execrate
to denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate (adj)
inordinate (adj)
ordain (v)
ordain (v)
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon
to order by superior authority
insubordinate (adj)
not submissive to authority
inordinate (adj)
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate (adj)
inordinate (adj)
ordain (v)
ordain (v)
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon
to order by superior authority
insubordinate (adj)
not submissive to authority
inordinate (adj)
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 13
ORDO
INSUBORDINATE
INORDINATE
ORDAIN
Latin: Order
Not submissive to authority
Excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1) To confirm priestly authority upon. 2) To order by superio…
ORDO
Latin: Order
INSUBORDINATE
Not submissive to authority
28 terms
Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13 Vocabulary
ORDO, ORDINIS
in
insubordinate
inordinate
<L. "order," "series," "row," "line"
<L. "not"
adj. not submissive to authority
adj. excessive; immoderate; not controlled
ORDO, ORDINIS
<L. "order," "series," "row," "line"
in
<L. "not"
15 terms
Vocabulary from classical roots(D) lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
Not submissive to authority
Excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. To confirm priestly authority upon... 2. To order by superior…
1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
Not submissive to authority
inordinate
Excessive; immoderate; not controlled
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate (adj)
inordinate (adj)
ordain (v)
ordain (v)
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon
to order by superior authority
insubordinate (adj)
not submissive to authority
inordinate (adj)
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate (adj)
inordinate (adj)
ordain (v)
ordinance (n)
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
-to confirm priestly authority upon... -to order by superior aut…
-a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a cit…
insubordinate (adj)
not submissive to authority
inordinate (adj)
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 13
insubordinate (adj)
inordinate (adj)
ordain (v)
ordinance (n)
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon ; to order by superior aut…
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate (adj)
not submissive to authority
inordinate (adj)
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Classical Roots D: Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon; to order by superior auth…
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Classical Roots D Lesson 13
Insubordinate
Inordinate
Ordain
Ordinance
Not submissive to authority
Excessive; not controlled
To confirm priestly authority upon; to order by superior auth…
A command or order; a law or regulation; a custom or practice…
Insubordinate
Not submissive to authority
Inordinate
Excessive; not controlled
21 terms
Classical Roots D: Lesson 13
ORDI, ORDINIS
Insubordinate
Inordinate
Ordain
order, series, row, line
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
1. tr. v. To confirm priestly authority upon.... 2. To order by…
ORDI, ORDINIS
order, series, row, line
Insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D: Lessons 13, 14 Roots
ordo, ordinis (L)
stellein (G)
rego, regere, rexi, rectum (L)
stella (L)
order, series, row, line
to put, to place
to guide, to govern
star (L)
ordo, ordinis (L)
order, series, row, line
stellein (G)
to put, to place
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Level D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon... to order by superior autho…
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
21 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13 with Roots
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D) - Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon; 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive.
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13 (Just the Roots)
Non est ad astra mollis a terris via.
Ordo, Ordinis
insubordinate
inordinate
The way from the earth to the stars is not easy. -Seneca
<L. "order," "series," "row," "line"
in <L. "in"
in <L. "in"
Non est ad astra mollis a terris via.
The way from the earth to the stars is not easy. -Seneca
Ordo, Ordinis
<L. "order," "series," "row," "line"
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
19 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
INSUBORDINATE
INORDINATE
ORDAIN
ORDINANCE
NOT SUBORDINATE TO AUTHORITY
UNCONTROLLED
TO CONFIRM PRIESTLY AUTHORITY UPON
A LAW OR REGULATION BY THE CITY GOVERNMENT
INSUBORDINATE
NOT SUBORDINATE TO AUTHORITY
INORDINATE
UNCONTROLLED
11 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
(1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2) to order by superi…
(1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
42 terms
Vocabulary from classical roots D - lessons 13 & 14
Ordo, Ordinis
Stellein
Rego, Regere, Rexi, Rectum
Stella
Order, series, row line
To put, to place
To guide, to govern
Star
Ordo, Ordinis
Order, series, row line
Stellein
To put, to place
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon.... 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book D, Lessons 13 & 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon.... 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
42 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D) - Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon; 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive.
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D) - Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon; 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive.
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Level D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon... to order by superior autho…
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
42 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 & 14
Insubordinate
Inordinate
Ordain
Ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled
v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon 2. To order by super…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
Insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority
Inordinate
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 by Mingyu Sun
insubordinate... The teachers don't like…
inordinate... Inordinate alcohols can kil…
ordain... Mr.Stevenson ordain a student t…
ordinance... The court published the new…
[adjective] not submissive to authority
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate... The teachers don't like…
[adjective] not submissive to authority
inordinate... Inordinate alcohols can kil…
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book D, Lessons 13 & 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
adj. Not submissive to authority.
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
tr. v. 1. To confirm priestly authority upon.... 2. To order by…
n. 1. A command or order; a law or regulation, especially by…
insubordinate
adj. Not submissive to authority.
inordinate
adj. Excessive; immoderate; not controlled.
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
43 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
11 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
1. to confirm priestly authority upon 2. to order by superior…
1. a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a c…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
20 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lesson 13
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
not submissive to authority
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
to confirm priestly authority upon
a command or order; a law or regulation, especially by a city…
insubordinate
not submissive to authority
inordinate
excessive; immoderate; not controlled
43 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots D Lessons 13-14
Ordo (Ordinis)
Insubordinate
Inordinate
Ordain
Order, series, row, line (L)
Not submissive to authority
Excessive, immoderate, not controlled
To confirm priestly authority upon; to order by superior auth…
Ordo (Ordinis)
Order, series, row, line (L)
Insubordinate
Not submissive to authority
42 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book D Lessons 13 and 14
insubordinate
inordinate
ordain
ordinance
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
[transitive verb]... (1) to confirm priestly authority upon... (2)…
[noun]... (1) a command or order; a law or regulation, especiall…
insubordinate
[adjective] not submissive to authority... (insubordination: noun)
inordinate
[adjective] excessive; immoderate; not controlled
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