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13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
10 terms
English Classical Roots Lesson 4
Extraneous (adj.)
Extraterrestrial (adj.)
Extrovert (n.)
Mediate (tr. v.)
1. Coming from outside; foreign.... 2. Not essential or vital.
Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
A person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
To act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute.
Extraneous (adj.)
1. Coming from outside; foreign.... 2. Not essential or vital.
Extraterrestrial (adj.)
Outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 4
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
mediate
extra; coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating from outside the earth's atmosphere; a…
a person interested in things outside the self; opposite of i…
to act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute
extraneous
extra; coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
extraterrestrial
outside or originating from outside the earth's atmosphere; a…
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
21 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
Puer
puerile
Pais, Paidos
orthopedics
a male child
childish, immature
child, boy
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
Puer
a male child
puerile
childish, immature
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
25 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
circuit
circular
dependent
transmit
a roughly circular line, route, or movement that starts and f…
having the shape of a circle
relying on another, looked after by someone else
to send from one person or location to another
circuit
a roughly circular line, route, or movement that starts and f…
circular
having the shape of a circle
21 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
Peurile
Orthopedics
Pedagogue
Pedant
Childish; immature.
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
A teacher
1. A person who pays excessive attention to learning rules ra…
Peurile
Childish; immature.
Orthopedics
Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
11 terms
Vocabulary: Classical Roots- Lesson 4
Inception
Incipient
Annihilate
Nihilism
The beginning of something (Noun)
In it's early stages; beginning (Adj)
To destroy completely (Verb)
The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs (Noun)
Inception
The beginning of something (Noun)
Incipient
In it's early stages; beginning (Adj)
20 terms
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…
15 terms
Lesson 4 vocabulary: Classical Roots
puerile:
orthopedics :
pedagogue:
pedant:
childish; immature
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
a teacher
A person who pays excessive attention to learning rules rathe…
puerile:
childish; immature
orthopedics :
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
17 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 4
to begin <L
inception
incipient
nothing <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
The beginning of something. (n)
In its early stages; beginning. (adj)
nihil <L
to begin <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
inception
The beginning of something. (n)
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C Lesson 4
entity
essence
euthanasia
innate
Something that has a real or independent existence.
1. The basic element; the identifying characteristic.... 2. A su…
The act of painlessly killing a suffering person or animal; m…
Possessed at birth; inborn.
entity
Something that has a real or independent existence.
essence
1. The basic element; the identifying characteristic.... 2. A su…
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Classical Roots Lesson 4
Entity
Essence
Euthanasia
Innate
something that has a real or independent existence
basic element; perfume;fragrance
act of painlessly ending the life of a suffering person/anima…
possessed at birth; inborn
Entity
something that has a real or independent existence
Essence
basic element; perfume;fragrance
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Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 4
EXTRA
Extraneous
Extraterrestrial
Extrovert
on the outside
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
EXTRA
on the outside
Extraneous
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
18 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 4
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum... (<…
inception... (noun)
incipient... (adjective)
nihil... (<L.)
Latin: to begin
(n.) The beginning of something.
(adj.) In its early stages; beginning.
Latin: nothing
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum... (<…
Latin: to begin
inception... (noun)
(n.) The beginning of something.
21 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
Puerile
Orthopedics
Pedagogue
Pedent
adj. childish; immature
n. Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal syst…
n. A teacher... Pedagogic (adj)... Pedagogical (adj)... Pedagogy (n)
n. 1) a person who pays excessive attention to learning rules…
Puerile
adj. childish; immature
Orthopedics
n. Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal syst…
13 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 4
EXTRA
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
L. On the outside
1. coming from outside; foreign. 2. not essential or vital
outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
EXTRA
L. On the outside
extraneous
1. coming from outside; foreign. 2. not essential or vital
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Vocabulary: Classical Roots- Lesson 4
Inception
Incipient
Annihilate
Nihilism
The beginning of something
In it's early stages; beginning
To destroy completely
The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
Inception
The beginning of something
Incipient
In it's early stages; beginning
15 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
Puerile
Orthopedics
Pedagouge
Pedant
adj. Childish; immature.
n. Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal syst…
n. A teacher.
n. 1. A person who pays excessive attention to learning rules…
Puerile
adj. Childish; immature.
Orthopedics
n. Branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal syst…
16 terms
Classical Roots: Lesson 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
the beginning of something
in its early stages; beginning
to destroy completely
the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
inception
the beginning of something
incipient
in its early stages; beginning
17 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
Incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
Inception
Incipient
Nihil
To begin
N. The beginning of something... It has been 46 years since the…
Adj. In its early stages; beginning ... Cookies are in its inci…
Nothing
Incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
To begin
Inception
N. The beginning of something... It has been 46 years since the…
15 terms
Vocabulary Through Classical Roots Lesson 4
puerile
orthopedics
pedagogue
pedant
childish, immature. adj.
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
a teacher. n.
a person who pays excessive attention to learning rules rathe…
puerile
childish, immature. adj.
orthopedics
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A, Lesson 4
INCIPIO, INCIPERE, INCEPI, INCEPTUM
inception
incipient
NIHIL
(<L.) "to begin"
(n.) The beginning of something.
(adj.) In its early stages; beginning.
(<L.) "nothing"
INCIPIO, INCIPERE, INCEPI, INCEPTUM
(<L.) "to begin"
inception
(n.) The beginning of something.
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots lesson 4
puerile
orthopedics
pedagogue
pedant
childish, immature
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
a teacher
a person who pays excessive attention to learning rules rathe…
puerile
childish, immature
orthopedics
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Lesson 4
extra
medius
sequor, sequi, secutum
extraneous
on the outside
middle
to follow
coming from outside; foreign; not essential
extra
on the outside
medius
middle
classical Roots Lesson 4
circuit
circular
dependent
transmit
a roughly circular line, route, or movement that starts and f…
having the shape of a circle
relying on another, looked after by someone else
to send from one person or location to another
circuit
a roughly circular line, route, or movement that starts and f…
circular
having the shape of a circle
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
mediate
Coming from the outside, foreign; not essential or vital
outside the limits of the earth's atmosphere
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
to act as a negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute
extraneous
Coming from the outside, foreign; not essential or vital
extraterrestrial
outside the limits of the earth's atmosphere
20 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Lesson 4
sapere
sapient
sage
nosco
<L. "to taste," "to perceive," "to be sensible or wise"
(1) adj. - Wise; insightful (often used ironically).
(1) n. - A person, usually elderly, who is honored for wisdom…
<L. "to get to know," "to get acquainted with"
sapere
<L. "to taste," "to perceive," "to be sensible or wise"
sapient
(1) adj. - Wise; insightful (often used ironically).
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots 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 perceiving 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…
17 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
Incipio, Incipere, Incepi, Inceptum
Inception
Incipient
Nihil
R. To begin
n.... The beginning of something... The inception of the show was b…
adj.... In its early stages; beginning... The incipient of the dise…
R. Nothing
Incipio, Incipere, Incepi, Inceptum
R. To begin
Inception
n.... The beginning of something... The inception of the show was b…
10 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
postscript
prescription
scribe
script
n. A note added after ending a letter. (Often abbreviated as…
n. An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doct…
n. Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books…
n. 1. The text of a play, movie, or broadcast.... 2. Handwriting
postscript
n. A note added after ending a letter. (Often abbreviated as…
prescription
n. An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doct…
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots 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 perceiving 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
Classical Roots Lesson 4
puerile
orthopedics
pedagogue
pedant
Latin - childish, immature
Greek - branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal…
Greek - a teacher
Greek - a person who pays excessive attention to learning rul…
puerile
Latin - childish, immature
orthopedics
Greek - branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal…
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Lesson 4
annihilate
aperture
inception
incipient
(v) to destroy completely
(n) an opening, especially one that admits light
(n) the beginning of something
(adj) in its early stages; beginning
annihilate
(v) to destroy completely
aperture
(n) an opening, especially one that admits light
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 4
in medias res... in the middle of things
EXTRA
extraneous
extraneous
Bonus: What is a popular technique for storytelling that jump…
Latin root(s) meaning "on the outside"
coming from the outside; foreign
not essential or vital
in medias res... in the middle of things
Bonus: What is a popular technique for storytelling that jump…
EXTRA
Latin root(s) meaning "on the outside"
13 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4.
Inception
Incipient
Annihilate
Nihilism
n. The beginning of something.
adj. In its early stages; beginning
tr. v. To destroy completely
n. The total rejection of religious or moral believes
Inception
n. The beginning of something.
Incipient
adj. In its early stages; beginning
17 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 4
incipio
nihil
nego
vanus, vacuus
(Latin) To begin
(Latin) Nothing
(Latin) To deny
(Latin) empty
incipio
(Latin) To begin
nihil
(Latin) Nothing
35 terms
Lesson 4 vocabulary for classical roots
Un(i)
Bi(n)
Du
Tri
One
Two
Two; twice
Three
Un(i)
One
Bi(n)
Two
15 terms
Classical Roots - Lesson 4
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
inception
incipient
nihil
[root](latin) to begin
(n.) The beginning of something... "The INCEPTION of the Revolut…
(adj.) In its early stages; beginning... "Incipient humans were…
[root](latin) nothing
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
[root](latin) to begin
inception
(n.) The beginning of something... "The INCEPTION of the Revolut…
25 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 4
Circuit
Circular
Dependent
Transmit
Circuit A closed rout that goes around an object or area, suc…
Having the shape of a circle.
Relying on another, looked after by someone else.
To send from one person or location to another.
Circuit
Circuit A closed rout that goes around an object or area, suc…
Circular
Having the shape of a circle.
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 4
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
extracurricular
Foreign
Out of this world, Alien
A very social person
Doing an extra activity
extraneous
Foreign
extraterrestrial
Out of this world, Alien
17 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 4
to begin <L
inception
incipient
nothing <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
The beginning of something. (n)
In its early stages; beginning. (adj)
nihil <L
to begin <L
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum <L
inception
The beginning of something. (n)
16 terms
Lesson 4 Classical Roots
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
inception
incipient
nihil
to begin
n. the beginning of something... The run's inception started ten…
adj. In its early stages; beginning.... The plant was in its inc…
nothing
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
to begin
inception
n. the beginning of something... The run's inception started ten…
16 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
inception
incipient
nihil
<L. "to begin"
the beginning of something
in its early stages; beginning
<L. "nothing"
incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptum
<L. "to begin"
inception
the beginning of something
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 4
Circuit
Circular
Dependent
Transmit
Circuit A closed rout that goes around an object or area, suc…
Having the shape of a circle.
Relying on another, looked after by someone else.
To send from one person or location to another.
Circuit
Circuit A closed rout that goes around an object or area, suc…
Circular
Having the shape of a circle.
15 terms
Classical Roots Lesson 4
Puerile
Orthopedics
Pedagogue
Pedant
childish; immature
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
a teacher
a person who pays excessive attention to learning the rules r…
Puerile
childish; immature
Orthopedics
branch of medicine treating disorders of the skeletal system…
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