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Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 9
apogee
geocentric
perigree
inter
n. 1. The point in its orbit when a planet or satellite (usua…
adj. 1. Referring to the center of the earth in measurement o…
n. The point in its orbit when a planet or a satellite (usual…
tr. v. To bury; to place in a grave.
apogee
n. 1. The point in its orbit when a planet or satellite (usua…
geocentric
adj. 1. Referring to the center of the earth in measurement o…
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D Lesson 16
NOVUS
nova
novice
NEOS
"new"
n. A star that increases thousands of time in brightness and…
n. A person new to any field; a beginner.
"new"
NOVUS
"new"
nova
n. A star that increases thousands of time in brightness and…
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 8
acclamation
clamor
declaim
forensic
n. 1. Applause; enthusiastic approval. ... 2. An oral vote, espe…
n. A loud outcry, especially in protest.
tr.v., intr.v. To speak loudly and passionately.
adj. Referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rheto…
acclamation
n. 1. Applause; enthusiastic approval. ... 2. An oral vote, espe…
clamor
n. A loud outcry, especially in protest.
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 7
affable
ineffable
dictatorial
diction
adj. Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly.
adj. 1. Beyond description; indescribable. ... 2. Not to be utte…
adj. Domineering; autocratic, like a dictator.
n. 1. Choice of words in speech and writing. ... 2. A person's m…
affable
adj. Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly.
ineffable
adj. 1. Beyond description; indescribable. ... 2. Not to be utte…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 4
sapient
sage
cognition
cognizant
(adj) Wise, insightful.
(n) A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and…
(n) The act of perceiving or knowing.
(adj) Aware, having knowledge of something.
sapient
(adj) Wise, insightful.
sage
(n) A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and…
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D Lesson 15
TEMPUS, TEMPORIS
extempore
temporal
temporize
"time"
adj. Improvised; composed or uttered without advance preparat…
adj. 1. Pertaining to world affairs... 2. Transitory; short-lived.
intr.v. 1. To accept or adapt to a situation; to compromise.…
TEMPUS, TEMPORIS
"time"
extempore
adj. Improvised; composed or uttered without advance preparat…
vocabulary from classical roots D lesson 8
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum (root)
acclamation
clamor
declaim
latin "to cry out, to shout"
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
n. a loud outcry, especially in protest. intr. v.to insist or…
tr.v. and intr. v. to speak loudly or passionately
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum (root)
latin "to cry out, to shout"
acclamation
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 6
epigram
epigraph
choreography
graffiti
n. A short, witty saying.
n. An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at…
n. The art of creative dances.
n. Words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall.
epigram
n. A short, witty saying.
epigraph
n. An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D: Lesson 1
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
tr.v. To authorize; certify; believe.
n. Belief; acceptance as true.
adj. Deserving praise.
adj. Believing to easily; gullible. ... n. credulity antonym: in…
accredit
tr.v. To authorize; certify; believe.
credence
n. Belief; acceptance as true.
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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
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Vocabulary From Classic Roots D Chapter 1 English
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
to authorize; to certify; to believe
belief acceptance as true
deserving praise
believing to easily; gullible
accredit
to authorize; to certify; to believe
credence
belief acceptance as true
31 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots D
Credo, Credere, Credidi, Creditum
Deus
Divino, Divinare, Divinavi, Divinatum
Divinus
L. To Believe
L. God
L. To Foretell
L. Divine
Credo, Credere, Credidi, Creditum
L. To Believe
Deus
L. God
Vocabulary from Classical roots D
Sapient
Sage... cats cat's cats's
Cognition
Cognizant
adj. Wise; insightful (often used ironically)... I don't know w…
n. A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and e…
n. The act of perceiving or knowing... Social cognition skills…
adj. Aware; having knowledge of something.... Teachers were cog…
Sapient
adj. Wise; insightful (often used ironically)... I don't know w…
Sage... cats cat's cats's
n. A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and e…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 2
Consecrate
Execrate
Sacrament
Sacrilege
1. To make or declare something sacred.... 2. To dedicate someth…
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
Something considered to have sacred significance.
Disrespect to something regarded as sacred.
Consecrate
1. To make or declare something sacred.... 2. To dedicate someth…
Execrate
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots D.
Gaia
Apogee
Geocentric
Perigee
<G. The earth.
<G. The point in an orbit most distant from the body being or…
<G. Referring to the center of the earth in measurement or ob…
G. The point in the orbit of the moon or a satellite at which…
Gaia
<G. The earth.
Apogee
<G. The point in an orbit most distant from the body being or…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D - Lesson 7
affable
dictatorial
diction
dictum
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to... Latin: "fa…
domineering; oppressively overbearing... Latin: "dico" meaning "…
Choice of words... Latin: "dico" meaning "to say"
A formal or authoritative statement... Latin: "dico" meaning "to…
affable
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to... Latin: "fa…
dictatorial
domineering; oppressively overbearing... Latin: "dico" meaning "…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 1
Accredit
Credence
Creditable
Credulous
To authorize; to certify; to believe.
Belief; acceptance as true.
Deserving praise.
Believing too easily; gullible.
Accredit
To authorize; to certify; to believe.
Credence
Belief; acceptance as true.
Vocabulary and classical roots book d lesson 1
Credo
accredit
credence
creditable
L. to believe
to approve; to certify
acceptance of something as true
praiseworthy
Credo
L. to believe
accredit
to approve; to certify
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 8
Acclamation
Clamor
Declaim
Forensic
Applause; enthusiastic approval
A loud outcry, especially in protest
To speak loudly or passionately
Referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rhetoric
Acclamation
Applause; enthusiastic approval
Clamor
A loud outcry, especially in protest
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Vocabulary from classical roots book d lesson 15
Extempore
Temporal
Temporize
Anachorism
Improvised; composed or uttered without advance preparation
1. Pertaining to worldly affairs... 2. Transitory; short lived
1. To accept or adapt to a situation, to compromise... 2. To pos…
1. A person or thing out of place in a historical period or s…
Extempore
Improvised; composed or uttered without advance preparation
Temporal
1. Pertaining to worldly affairs... 2. Transitory; short lived
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D- Lesson 5
acronym
alliteration
ascribe
circumscribe
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds... Latin: "littera" meani…
to attribute to a specific cause... Latin: "scribo" meaning "to…
To draw a circle around; to restrict... Latin: "scribo" meaning…
acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series…
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds... Latin: "littera" meani…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots D- Lesson 6
analogy
apologist
choreography
eclectic
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A person who makes an argument in support of someone or somet…
The arrangement of dances... Greek: "graphein" meaning "to write"
composed of elements drawn from various sources... Greek: "lexis…
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
apologist
A person who makes an argument in support of someone or somet…
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
25 terms
Vocabulary and classical roots book d lesson 1
Credo
accredit
credence
creditable
L. to believe
to approve; to certify
acceptance of something as true
praiseworthy
Credo
L. to believe
accredit
to approve; to certify
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Vocabulary from classical roots book D lesson 11
fervid
effervescent
conflagration
flagrant
Full of intense passion or zeal.
1. Bubbling up from a liquid. ... 2. Very excited, bubbling over…
A large and destructive fire.
Shockingly evident, outrageously conspicuous.
fervid
Full of intense passion or zeal.
effervescent
1. Bubbling up from a liquid. ... 2. Very excited, bubbling over…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 3
dogma (n)
dogmatic (adj)
dogmatic (adj)
heterodox (adj)
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
pertaining to dogma
expressed in an authoritative or arrogant manner
not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox op…
dogma (n)
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
dogmatic (adj)
pertaining to dogma
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 4
sapient
sage
cognition
cognizant
wise, insightful
a person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and expe…
the act of perceiving or knowing
aware, having knowledge of something
sapient
wise, insightful
sage
a person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and expe…
25 terms
Vocabulary and classical roots book d lesson 1
Credo
accredit
credence
creditable
L. to believe
to approve; to certify
acceptance of something as true
praiseworthy
Credo
L. to believe
accredit
to approve; to certify
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 6
epigram (n)
epigraph (n)
choreography (n)
graffiti (n)
a short, witty saying
an inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
the art of creating dances
words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall
epigram (n)
a short, witty saying
epigraph (n)
an inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
15 terms
Vocabulary for Classical Roots Book D Lesson 10
animus
aspiration
diaphanous
dispirited
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
allowing light to show through; translucent; delicate
dejected; discouraged; gloomy
animus
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
aspiration
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 3
dogma (n)
dogmatic (adj)
dogmatic (adj)
heterodox (adj)
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
pertaining to dogma
expressed in an authoritative or arrogant manner
not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox op…
dogma (n)
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
dogmatic (adj)
pertaining to dogma
15 terms
Vocabulary to Classical Roots D list 7
affable
ineffable
dictatorial
diction
Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly.
Beyond description: indescribable.... Not to be uttered: taboo.
Domineering: autocratic, like a dictator.
Choice of words in speech or writing.
affable
Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly.
ineffable
Beyond description: indescribable.... Not to be uttered: taboo.
15 terms
Vocabulary to Classical Roots D list 8
acclamation
clamor
declaim
forensic
Applause; enthusiastic approval. ... An oral vote, especially an…
A loud outcry, especially in protest.... To insist or exclaim no…
To speak loudly or passionately.
Referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rhetoric.
acclamation
Applause; enthusiastic approval. ... An oral vote, especially an…
clamor
A loud outcry, especially in protest.... To insist or exclaim no…
Lesson 9 Vocabulary from Classical Roots D
apogee
exhume
geocentric
humus
farthest point from the earth in the orbit of a heavenly body…
(v) to remove from a grave; to bring to light... Latin: "humus"…
Earth centered universe... Referring to the center of the earth…
Rich, dark organic material formed by decay of vegetable matt…
apogee
farthest point from the earth in the orbit of a heavenly body…
exhume
(v) to remove from a grave; to bring to light... Latin: "humus"…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 1
accredit (v)
credence (n)
creditable (adj)
credulous (adj)
to authorize; to certify; to believe
belief; acceptance as true
deserving praise
believing too easily; gullible
accredit (v)
to authorize; to certify; to believe
credence (n)
belief; acceptance as true
15 terms
vocabulary to classical roots D list 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
pertaining to dogma.... expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox op…
a person who believes nothing can be known about the existenc…
dogma
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
dogmatic
pertaining to dogma.... expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
19 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 2
consecrate (v)
consecrate (v)
execrate (v)
sacrament (n)
to make or declare something sacred
to dedicate something to a goal
to denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest
something considered to have sacred significance
consecrate (v)
to make or declare something sacred
consecrate (v)
to dedicate something to a goal
17 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 6
epigram (n)
epigraph (n)
choreography (n)
graffiti (n)
a short, witty saying
an inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
the art of creating dances
words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall
epigram (n)
a short, witty saying
epigraph (n)
an inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
20 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D), Lesson 7
affable (adj)
ineffable (adj)
ineffable (adj)
dictatorial (adj)
easy to speak to; approachable; friendly
beyond description; indescribable
not to be uttered; taboo
domineering; autocratic, like a dictator
affable (adj)
easy to speak to; approachable; friendly
ineffable (adj)
beyond description; indescribable
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots-D Lesson 6
Epigram
Epigraph
Choreography
Graffiti
A short, witty saying
An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
The art of creating dances
Words or drawings scratched or scribbled on a wall
Epigram
A short, witty saying
Epigraph
An inscription on a monument or building, on a coin, or at th…
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary D Lesson 3 Roots
Dokein
Dokein
Dokein
Doxa
To appear
To seem
To think
Opinion
Dokein
To appear
Dokein
To seem
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D Roots
CREDO, CREDER, CREDIDI, CREDITUM
DEUS
DIVINO, DIVINARE, DIVINAVI, DIVINATUM
DIVINUS
"to believe"
"god"
"to foretell"
"divine"
CREDO, CREDER, CREDIDI, CREDITUM
"to believe"
DEUS
"god"
18 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots D Lesson 7
fateor, fatēri, fasus sum
affable
ineffable
dico, dicere, dixi, dictum
(L) to speak; to confess, to admit
adj. Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly
adj. 1. Beyond description; indescribable... 2. Not to be uttere…
(L) to speak, say, tell
fateor, fatēri, fasus sum
(L) to speak; to confess, to admit
affable
adj. Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 2
Consecrate
Execrate
Sacrament
Sacrilege
1. To make or declare something sacred.... 2. To dedicate someth…
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
Something considered to have sacred significance.
Disrespect to something regarded as sacred.
Consecrate
1. To make or declare something sacred.... 2. To dedicate someth…
Execrate
To denounce as vile or evil; to curse; to detest.
18 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots D Lesson 7
FATEOR, FARI, FASSUM
affable
ineffable
DICO, DICERE, DIXI, DICTUM
Latin root meaning "to speak; to confess, to admit"
(adj) Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly
1. (adj) Beyond description; indescribable... 2. (adj) Not to be…
Latin root meaning "to say, to tell"
FATEOR, FARI, FASSUM
Latin root meaning "to speak; to confess, to admit"
affable
(adj) Easy to speak to; approachable; polite, friendly
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
pertaining to dogma; expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthodox op…
a person who believes nothing can be known about the existenc…
dogma
a system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
dogmatic
pertaining to dogma; expressed in an authoritative or arrogan…
23 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots D Lesson 3
DOXA
DOKEIN
Dogma
Dogmatic
(G) opinion, judgement
(G) to appear, seem, think
A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especially…
1. Pertaining to dogma... 2. Expressed in an authoritative or ar…
DOXA
(G) opinion, judgement
DOKEIN
(G) to appear, seem, think
20 terms
vocabulary from classical roots D lesson 8
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
acclamation
clamor
declaim
to cry out, to shout
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
n. a loud outcry, especially in protest. intr. v.to insist or…
tr.v. and intr. v. to speak loudly or passionately
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum
to cry out, to shout
acclamation
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D): Lesson 4
sapient
sage
cognition
cognizant
adj. Wise; insightful (often used ironically)
n. A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and e…
n. The act of percieving or knowing
adj. Aware; having knowledge of something
sapient
adj. Wise; insightful (often used ironically)
sage
n. A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom and e…
15 terms
Vocabulary Through Classical Roots Book D-2
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
to authorize; to certify; to believe.
belief; acceptance as true.
deserving praise.
believing too easily; gullible.
accredit
to authorize; to certify; to believe.
credence
belief; acceptance as true.
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