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English/Language Arts: Classical Roots
avocation
vocal
vocalist
vocation
n. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
adj. connected with speaking or with the voice.
n. singer.
n. a job; a calling or inclination toward a type of work or s…
avocation
n. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
vocal
adj. connected with speaking or with the voice.
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English Lesson 1 Classical Roots Vocabulary
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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English - Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 12
SENTIO, SENTIRE, SENSI, SENSUM
assent
assent
dissent
latin... "to feel with the senses"
intransitive verb... to consent; to express agreement (used with…
noun... agreement; consent
intransitive verb... to have or express a different opinion
SENTIO, SENTIRE, SENSI, SENSUM
latin... "to feel with the senses"
assent
intransitive verb... to consent; to express agreement (used with…
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ENGLISH CLASSICAL ROOTS Vocabulary lessons 3 & 4
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
- A passage selected from a book ,play, piece of music, etc.…
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
- to free from blame... - to relieve from a task
Excessive
Excerpt
- A passage selected from a book ,play, piece of music, etc.…
Exhilarate
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
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English - Classical Roots Lesson 9 Vocabulary
re-
refute
reiterate
repartee
back; again
transitive verb... - to prove a statement or person to be incor…
transitive verb... - to say over again... - We [ ] the morning pr…
noun... - 1. a quick witty reply... - Her [ ] hurt her friend's f…
re-
back; again
refute
transitive verb... - to prove a statement or person to be incor…
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English - Classical Roots Lesson 11 Vocabulary
toward
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
AD
adj. ... for a specific purpose or situation.
tr. v. ... 1. to scold gently but firmly.... 2. to caution; to warn.
v. ... 1. to take in and make a part of the body; to digest.... 2.…
toward
AD
ad hoc
adj. ... for a specific purpose or situation.
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English classical roots vocabulary lessons 3+4
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected selected frim a book, play, piece of music…
To cheer to simulate to enliven ... [hilaris<L. Cheerful, happy.…
To free from blame ... To relieve from a task ... [onus<L. Burden,…
Excessive ... [orbita<L. Route]
Excerpt
A passage selected selected frim a book, play, piece of music…
Exhilarate
To cheer to simulate to enliven ... [hilaris<L. Cheerful, happy.…
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English - Classical Roots Lesson 10 Vocabulary
SPECTO, SPECTARE, SPECTAVI, SPECTATUM
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
to look at
adj. showing signs that promise success ... - successful
n. examination of one's own thoughts and feelings... - examination
n. a survey of past times or events... - afterthought
SPECTO, SPECTARE, SPECTAVI, SPECTATUM
to look at
auspicious
adj. showing signs that promise success ... - successful
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Lesson 8 Classic Roots English Vocabulary (Latin/Greek roots)
Super
Superlative
Superfluous
Caedo
"Above"
The highest above the rest
Beyond what is required, extra
"To cut"
Super
"Above"
Superlative
The highest above the rest
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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
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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
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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 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] 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 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
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English Language Arts 3-4 Vocabulary Lesson Four
Catalyst (noun)
Catholic (adjective)
Cavort (verb)
Chafe (verb)
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
Universal; wide-ranging
To leap about in a sprightly manner; romp
To irritate as if by friction or rubbing
Catalyst (noun)
A person, thing, or agent that speeds up or stimulates a resu…
Catholic (adjective)
Universal; wide-ranging
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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
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English 10: Lesson 14: Vocabulary from Classical Roots
Muto , Mutare, Mutavi, Mutatum
immutable
permutation
transmute
latin - to change
adj - never changing or varying: unchangeable
n - an alteration : rearrangement of elements, especially in…
tr. v. - to transform; to change from one form of nature into…
Muto , Mutare, Mutavi, Mutatum
latin - to change
immutable
adj - never changing or varying: unchangeable
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…
16 terms
Grade 7: English: Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Lessons 1 and 2
Monologue
Monarch
Monarch
Monogram
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
A person who rules a kingdom or empire
A large black and orange American butterfly
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
Monarch
A person who rules a kingdom or empire
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Hn English 10 Lesson 15 and 16 Vocabulary from Classical Roots
Extempore
temporal
temporize
anachronism
(adj); mprovised, composed or uttered without advance prepara…
(adj); pertaining to worldly affairs; transitory; short-lived
(v); to accept or adapt to a situation; to compromise; to pos…
(n); a person or thing out of place in a historical period or…
Extempore
(adj); mprovised, composed or uttered without advance prepara…
temporal
(adj); pertaining to worldly affairs; transitory; short-lived
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classic Root Lessons 3 and 4 10H English
cognition
Cognizant
connoisseur
notorious
n. The act of perceiving or knowing
adj. Aware; having knowledge of something
n. An expert or very discriminating person, especially in mat…
adj. Widely and unfavorably known: infamous
cognition
n. The act of perceiving or knowing
Cognizant
adj. Aware; having knowledge of something
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English Language Arts 3-4 Vocabulary Lesson 13
Aberrant (adj)
Circumvent (vb)
Congress (n)
Convene (vb)
Deviating from a pattern or rule
To avoid by going around, bypass
A formal meeting or series of meetings for discussion between…
To call together, to assemble, to gather
Aberrant (adj)
Deviating from a pattern or rule
Circumvent (vb)
To avoid by going around, bypass
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English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 12: Lessons 9-11 Review (Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes)
Carry
Send
Turn
Against
''Port'' meaning
''Mis/mit'' meaning
''Vers/vert'' meaning
''Contra'' meaning
Carry
''Port'' meaning
Send
''Mis/mit'' meaning
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English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 8: Lessons 5-7 Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes
Write
Remember
Under
Self
Scrib/scrip and graph
Mem
Sub-
Auto-
Write
Scrib/scrip and graph
Remember
Mem
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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
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…
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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…
21 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 10: Turning (With Roots)
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.
Divert
To turn aside or in another direction; to entertain or amuse.
Reverse
Causing movement backward; to change or turn in a different d…
38 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book B Lessons 1-3: Huttenlock English
PER
FERO, FERRE, TULI, LATUM
TENDO, TENDERE, TETENDI, TENSUM
SUB
root meaning "through"
root meaning "to bring, to bear, to carry"
root meaning "to stretch"
root meaning "under"
PER
root meaning "through"
FERO, FERRE, TULI, LATUM
root meaning "to bring, to bear, to carry"
37 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book D Lessons 1 &2 English 10H
accredit
credence
creditable
credulous
to authorize, to certify, to believe
acceptance as true, beleives
deserving praise
believing too easily, gullible
accredit
to authorize, to certify, to believe
credence
acceptance as true, beleives
26 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 7: Lowering (With Prefixes)
Decrease
Dejected
Demote
Denominator
To make less; to become smaller; the process of getting small…
Downhearted, in low spirits.... Ex. Since the Cleveland Cavalie…
To lower in rank or position, to move down or back.... Ex. In a…
The numeral below the line, or to the right of the line, in a…
Decrease
To make less; to become smaller; the process of getting small…
Dejected
Downhearted, in low spirits.... Ex. Since the Cleveland Cavalie…
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English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 7: Lowering (With Prefixes)
Decrease
Dejected
Demote
Denominator
To make less; to become smaller; the process of getting small…
Downhearted, in low spirits.... Ex. Since the Cleveland Cavalie…
To lower in rank or position, to move down or back.... Ex. In a…
The numeral below the line, or to the right of the line, in a…
Decrease
To make less; to become smaller; the process of getting small…
Dejected
Downhearted, in low spirits.... Ex. Since the Cleveland Cavalie…
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
48 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 7 Base Words, Roots/Prefixes, Synonyms and Antonyms, Eponyms, Classical Contributions to English, Spanish Borrowings
Bleak
Blight
Blithe
Boisterous
(adjective)... Desolate, windswept, and bare;... Cold and gloomy; u…
(verb and noun)... Verb - To check or destroy the growth of... Noun…
(adjective)... Merry and carefree... Overly unconcerned; reckless…
(adjective)... Noisy and rowdy... Synonyms: obstreperous - noisy a…
Bleak
(adjective)... Desolate, windswept, and bare;... Cold and gloomy; u…
Blight
(verb and noun)... Verb - To check or destroy the growth of... Noun…
195 terms
Vocabulary from classical roots, book B, lessons 1 - 15 (for english final)
Ab
Stringent
Abrasive
Abound
"Away from"
1. Severe, constricted, tight. 2. Pertaining to scarcity of m…
1. Harsh, rough
1. To exist in great quantities or numbers 2. To be fully sup…
Ab
"Away from"
Stringent
1. Severe, constricted, tight. 2. Pertaining to scarcity of m…
25 terms
English | Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 9: Sending (With Roots and Prefixes) - 6TH GRADE BOYS EDITION -
Carry
Send
Deportation
Portable
What the root ''port'' means
What the roots ''mis/mit'' mean
An official order telling someone to leave a country; expulsi…
Able to be carried or moved about.... Ex. Grayson invented a fo…
Carry
What the root ''port'' means
Send
What the roots ''mis/mit'' mean
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English | Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 11: Handling (With Roots and Prefixes) - 6TH GRADE BOYS EDITION -
Commander
Management
Maneuver
Manicure
A person who is in charge, a leader.... Ex. The __________ of t…
The act of directing and controlling; the people in charge of…
To move or manage cleverly or skillfully; a plan, scheme, or…
To trim and clip carefully, particularly the fingernails; the…
Commander
A person who is in charge, a leader.... Ex. The __________ of t…
Management
The act of directing and controlling; the people in charge of…
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English: Roots Ch.1
envision
revise
supervise
visible
to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
to look back and change; to correct and improve
to direct or oversee, to look after and take care of
able to be seen or perceived
envision
to imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
revise
to look back and change; to correct and improve
42 terms
Language Arts Terms
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
17 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monogram
monopoly
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
a design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
1. exclusive control of the trade in some item or service... 2.…
monologue
a long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
monarch
1. a person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, e…
7 terms
5TH GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS - Figurative Language Definitions
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
an overstatement or exaggeration
Simile
comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
Metaphor
comparing two unlike things NOT using words such as "like" or…
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 1-3 Book 1
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
countenance
deep
profound
Language Arts Parts of Speech
noun
proper noun
common noun
pronoun
person, place, thing, or idea
a specific person, place, thing or idea; starts with a capita…
a general person, place, thing, or idea; starts with a lowerc…
a word that takes the place of a noun
noun
person, place, thing, or idea
proper noun
a specific person, place, thing or idea; starts with a capita…
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Classical Roots A- Lesson 1
monologue
monarch
monarch
monogram
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,…
n. A large black and orange American butterfly
n. A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of…
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,…
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