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Vocabulary: Classical Roots- Lesson 8
PRIMUS
POST
Premier
Primate
First
After
1. First in time or importance... 2. A prime minister or head of…
1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others... 2.…
PRIMUS
First
POST
After
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in a few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
Cocquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
concoct (concoction)
cuisine
precocious (precocity)
to cook
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or devise.
A characteristic style of cooking.
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
Cocquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
to cook
concoct (concoction)
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or devise.
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Lesson 8 Classical Roots Vocabulary
concoct
cuisine
precocious
carnivorous
to mix ingredients, as in cooking, to invent or devise
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
meat-eating
concoct
to mix ingredients, as in cooking, to invent or devise
cuisine
a characteristic style of cooking
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots B - Lesson 8
SUPER
superlative
superfluous
CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUM
L. above
The highest; above the rest.
Beyond what is required; extra.
L. to cut
SUPER
L. above
superlative
The highest; above the rest.
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
primus... (<L.)
premier... (adjective)
premier... (noun)
primate... (noun)
Latin: first
(adj.) First in time or importance.
(n.) A prime minister or head of state.
(n.) 1- An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among other…
primus... (<L.)
Latin: first
premier... (adjective)
(adj.) First in time or importance.
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Lesson 8 Vocabulary|Classical Roots
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
concoct
cuisine
precocious
Latin "to cook"
to mix ingredients as in cooking ... to invent to devise
A characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
Latin "to cook"
concoct
to mix ingredients as in cooking ... to invent to devise
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
Primus
Premier
Primate
Prime
First
Adj. First in time or importance... Movie premiers are usually…
N. 1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others…
N. First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time Ad…
Primus
First
Premier
Adj. First in time or importance... Movie premiers are usually…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 8
first <L
premier
primate
prime
primus <L
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
(n) 1. an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others…
(n) first in rank, excellence, quality, importance or time; (…
first <L
primus <L
premier
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
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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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classical roots vocabulary lesson 8
acclamation
clamor
declaim
forensic
applause; enthusiastic approval
a loud outcry, especially in protest
to speak loudly or passionately
referring to legal events or formal debate
acclamation
applause; enthusiastic approval
clamor
a loud outcry, especially in protest
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classical roots vocabulary lesson 8
acclamation
acclamation
clamor
declaim
applause; enthusiastic approval
an oral vote,especially an enthusiastic vote of approval
a loud outcry, especially in protest
to speak loudly or passionately
acclamation
applause; enthusiastic approval
acclamation
an oral vote,especially an enthusiastic vote of approval
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Lesson 8 Classical Roots
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
<Latin. "to cook"
To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... To invent or devise.
A characteristic style of cooking.
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct
To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... To invent or devise.
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Classical Roots Lesson 8 Vocabulary
ACER... ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERB…
acerbic (adj.)
acrid (adj.)
NOTA BENE: acrid (adj.)
< L. "sharp"... < L. "to make sour"... <L. "bitter," "sour," "harsh"
1. Sour or bitter in taste.... 2. Harsh or sharp in speech, mann…
Bitterly pungent or harsh in taste or smell; sharply stinging…
"Acrid" can also be used to mean "stingingly sharp or cast in…
ACER... ACERBO, ACERBARE, ACERBAVI, ACERB…
< L. "sharp"... < L. "to make sour"... <L. "bitter," "sour," "harsh"
acerbic (adj.)
1. Sour or bitter in taste.... 2. Harsh or sharp in speech, mann…
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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…
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Lesson 8 Classical Roots
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 8
Aquatic
Aquamarine
Mediterranean
Subterranean
Living in, or having to do with, water.
A bluish-green color.
A large sea between two continents, southern Europe and north…
Under the earth.
Aquatic
Living in, or having to do with, water.
Aquamarine
A bluish-green color.
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Classical Roots Vocabulary : Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
adj. the highest, above the rest
adj. beyond what is required, extra
adj. saying or writing much in few words
n. a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
adj. the highest, above the rest
superfluous
adj. beyond what is required, extra
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Vocabulary Lesson 8 Classical Roots
concoct
concoct
cuisine
precocious
to mix ingredients, as in cooking
to invent or devise
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
concoct
to mix ingredients, as in cooking
concoct
to invent or devise
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 8
concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Meat-eating
concoct
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
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classical roots vocabulary lesson 8
acclamation
acclamtion
clamor
declaim
applause; enthusiastic approval
an oral vote,especially an enthusiastic vote of approval
a loud outcry, especially in protest
to speak loudly or passionately
acclamation
applause; enthusiastic approval
acclamtion
an oral vote,especially an enthusiastic vote of approval
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 8
Aquatic
Aquamarine
Aquaculture
Mediterranean
Living in, or having to do with, water.
A bluish-green color.
The science of raising plants and animals in water.
A large sea between two continents, southern Europe and north…
Aquatic
Living in, or having to do with, water.
Aquamarine
A bluish-green color.
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
primus inter pares... the first among equ…
PRIMUS
premier
premier
BONUS: What is a Latin phrase that you could use if you finis…
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
first in time or importance
a prime minister or head of state
primus inter pares... the first among equ…
BONUS: What is a Latin phrase that you could use if you finis…
PRIMUS
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
premier (1)
premier (2)
premiere
primate
First in time or importance.
A prime minister or head of state.
the first public performance of a show (play, ballet, opera,…
An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
premier (1)
First in time or importance.
premier (2)
A prime minister or head of state.
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 8
concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Meat-eating
concoct
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
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English Roots Lesson 8
cele
cent
cept, capt, cip, cap, ceive, ceipt
cert
honor
one hundred
to take hold, grasp
to be sure, to trust
cele
honor
cent
one hundred
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
To Cook
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking 2. To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
To Cook
Concoct
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking 2. To invent or devise
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 8
Aquatic
Aquamarine
Aquaculture
Mediterranean
Living in, or having to do with, water.
A bluish-green color.
The science of raising plants and animals in water.
A large sea between two continents, southern Europe and north…
Aquatic
Living in, or having to do with, water.
Aquamarine
A bluish-green color.
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
PRIMUS
premier
primate
prime
Latin Root - "first"
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.... 2.…
1. First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.... 2…
PRIMUS
Latin Root - "first"
premier
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious [pre = prae <Latin "before"]
<Latin. "to cook"
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
n. A characteristic style of cooking.
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
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.
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
- first in time or importance... - a prime minister or head of s…
- an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others... - a…
- first in rank, excellence, quality importance, or time... - ch…
- belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
- first in time or importance... - a prime minister or head of s…
primate
- an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others... - a…
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
apis
avis
bos, bovis
canis
bee
bird
cow, ox
dog
apis
bee
avis
bird
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
Herbivorous
A characteristic style of cooking.
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
Meat-eating.
Plant-eating.
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking.
Precocious
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
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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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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Lesson 8
Absolve
Analyze
Catalyst
Concise
To relieve of blame or obligation; to pardon a sin
To look at something carefully by attention to its parts
A force or person causing action, especially without being in…
Saying or writing much in few words.
Absolve
To relieve of blame or obligation; to pardon a sin
Analyze
To look at something carefully by attention to its parts
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Grade 8 Vocabulary Classical Roots B Lesson 8
Super
superlative
superfluous
Caedo, caedere, etc.
above
adj. the highest; above the rest
adj. beyond what is required; extra
to cut
Super
above
superlative
adj. the highest; above the rest
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
first in time or importance; a prime minister or head of state
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others; a mem…
first in rank, excellence, quality importance, or time; chief…
belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
first in time or importance; a prime minister or head of state
primate
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others; a mem…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Lesson 8
clamo
acclamation
acclamation
clamor
<L. "to cry out," "to shout"
1. (n.) Applause; enthusiastic approval.... Ex.: Congressional…
1. (n.) An oral vote, especially an enthusiastic vote of appr…
1. (n.) A loud outcry, especially in protest.... Ex.: "Not in t…
clamo
<L. "to cry out," "to shout"
acclamation
1. (n.) Applause; enthusiastic approval.... Ex.: Congressional…
Classical Roots Lesson 8
premier
primate
post
posterior
first in time or importance; a prime minister or head of state
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others; a mem…
after
situated behind or at the back
premier
first in time or importance; a prime minister or head of state
primate
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others; a mem…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
PRIMUS
premier
primate
prime
Latin Root - "first"
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.... 2.…
1. First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.... 2…
PRIMUS
Latin Root - "first"
premier
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
first in time or importance
a member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes,…
chief; most important
belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
first in time or importance
primate
a member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes,…
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 8
concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Meat-eating
concoct
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8 Roots
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct [con = cum <Latin. "with"]... Co…
Cuisine
Precocious [pre = prae <Latin "before"…
<Latin. "to cook"
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
n. A characteristic style of cooking.
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct [con = cum <Latin. "with"]... Co…
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
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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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Classical Root Vocabulary Book C Lesson 8
allude
carnivorous
collusion
concoct
to make an indirect reference to
meat-eating
a secret agreement for a deceitful purpose; conspiracy
to mix ingredients, as in cooking: to invent or devise
allude
to make an indirect reference to
carnivorous
meat-eating
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Classical Roots Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
(adj) the highest; above the rest.
(adj) beyond what is required; extra.
(adj) saying or writing much in few words.
(n) a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
(adj) the highest; above the rest.
superfluous
(adj) beyond what is required; extra.
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Classical Roots A- Lesson 8
premier
premier
primate
primate
adj. First in time or importance.
n. A prime minister or head of state.
n. 1. A archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
n. A member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, ap…
premier
adj. First in time or importance.
premier
n. A prime minister or head of state.
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
first in time or importance
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others. ... A me…
first in rank, excellence, quality, importance or time.... chief…
belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
first in time or importance
primate
an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others. ... A me…
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