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English Latin Vocabulary Roots
EX
PONO
EXTRA
MEDIUS
From, out of
To place, to put
On the outside
Middle
EX
From, out of
PONO
To place, to put
English: Latin Roots~phil Vocabulary
phil
philanthropist
philosophy
philharmonic
root: to love
noun: someone dedicated to charitable work or activities to s…
noun: a set of ideas, standards, or beliefs used to describe…
adjective: devoted to music
phil
root: to love
philanthropist
noun: someone dedicated to charitable work or activities to s…
English: Latin Roots~gen Vocabulary
gen
progeny
genus
generic
root: birth; origin
noun: a descendant or offspring, as a child, plant, or animal
noun: a division of life in biology
adjective: ordinary or plain
gen
root: birth; origin
progeny
noun: a descendant or offspring, as a child, plant, or animal
English: Latin Roots~manu Vocabulary
manu
emancipate
manuscript
mandate
root: by hand
verb: to free, liberate, release
(1) noun: an original story written by hand... (2) noun: the ori…
noun: a rule, order, obligation
manu
root: by hand
emancipate
verb: to free, liberate, release
English: Latin Roots~min vocabulary
min
miniscule
mince
mingle
root: small
adjective: really tiny
verb: to cut up into tiny pieces
verb: to mix with others
min
root: small
miniscule
adjective: really tiny
English: Latin Roots~mal Vocabulary
mal
malevolent
malicious
malady
root: bad
adjective: having bad or evil intentions
adjective: having bad or evil intentions
noun: a sickness
mal
root: bad
malevolent
adjective: having bad or evil intentions
English: Latin Roots~cap Vocabulary
cap
capital
capitol
decapitate
root: head
1) noun: uppercase letter... 2) noun: city where the ruling body…
noun: the building or city where the head of state is
verb: to cut the head off of
cap
root: head
capital
1) noun: uppercase letter... 2) noun: city where the ruling body…
English: Latin Roots~arch Vocabulary
arch
archangel
archenemy
hierarchy
root: ruler, chief, most important
noun: the lead angel
noun: the primary nemesis or opponent
noun: the level of authority for an entire group
arch
root: ruler, chief, most important
archangel
noun: the lead angel
English: Latin Roots~phon Vocabulary
phon
cacophony
symphony
phonics
root: sound
noun: a lot of loud noise from different sources (bad)
noun: a complicated arrangement of music (usually classical)
noun: the sounds that letters make
phon
root: sound
cacophony
noun: a lot of loud noise from different sources (bad)
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English Latin Root Vocabulary
am, amat
aud, audit
duc, duct
loc, luct
love, loving
to hear
Lead
talk
am, amat
love, loving
aud, audit
to hear
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Latin Roots and English Vocabulary
Vinc, Vict
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
L. To conquer
Unable to be conquered.
Limited in knowledge of the world; narrow minded.
To establish; to reflect the the truth; to overcome.
Vinc, Vict
L. To conquer
Invincible
Unable to be conquered.
Vocabulary for English Latin Root Words
Avocation
Vocal
Vocalist
Addictive
A pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment
Connected with speaking or with the voice
Singer
Habit-forming, hard to break away from, easy to say yes to.
Avocation
A pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment
Vocal
Connected with speaking or with the voice
30 terms
Vocabulary for English (Latin roots)
Act
Alt
Anima,anim
Ann,enn
to do, drive
high
life,mind
year
Act
to do, drive
Alt
high
14 terms
LatinRootsVocabularyEnglish10R
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
Away, from ... Ex. To Avert - to turn away... Ex. To Abduct - to le…
To... Ex. To Admit - to grant entrance to
Before... Ex. Anteroom - a room before another
Two... Ex. Bicycle - a vehicle having two wheels
a, ab
Away, from ... Ex. To Avert - to turn away... Ex. To Abduct - to le…
ad
To... Ex. To Admit - to grant entrance to
H. English Vocabulary - Latin Roots
ad hoc
alter ego
bona fide
caveat emptor
(adv/adj) for a specific, particular purpose
(noun phrase) the person most like you in temperament and tas…
(adj) sincere; genuine or authentic
(noun phrase) in marketing, the buyer must assume the risk of…
ad hoc
(adv/adj) for a specific, particular purpose
alter ego
(noun phrase) the person most like you in temperament and tas…
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English 9H Latin root vocabulary
Rupt
Cide
String (strict)
Vor
Break, burst
Killing, killer
Bind, draw tight
Eat greedily
Rupt
Break, burst
Cide
Killing, killer
English latin root word vocabulary.
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
againts
two
around
ante
before
anti
againts
131 terms
English II Vocabulary: Latin Roots
rupt
abrupt
corrupt
corrupt
root meaning "break," "burst"
(adj.) 1. broken off; lacking in continuity; steep (ant. slop…
(adj.) changed ("broken to pieces") from good to bad; vicious
(v.) change ("break to pieces") from good to bad; debase; per…
rupt
root meaning "break," "burst"
abrupt
(adj.) 1. broken off; lacking in continuity; steep (ant. slop…
29 terms
Etymology Latin/English Roots & Vocabulary
amicus, amimi
bellumm, belli
cornu, cornus
dies, diei
friend
war
horn
day
amicus, amimi
friend
bellumm, belli
war
English 11 Latin Roots Vocabulary
-capt-,-cept-,-cip-
-cede-,-ceed-,-ceas-,-cess-
cred
dic, dict
take
happen, yield, go
believe
speak, say, tell
-capt-,-cept-,-cip-
take
-cede-,-ceed-,-ceas-,-cess-
happen, yield, go
Vocabulary English #1 (Latin Roots)
Agri
Magni
Terra
Bene
field
Great or intense
Earth
Good
Agri
field
Magni
Great or intense
Ludo- Latin Root English Vocabulary
Illusion (noun)
Illusory (adj)
Ludicrous (adj)... Ludicrously (adv)
Collusion (noun)
Something that misleads or deceives the mind
Based on a false image, idea or hope
Completely unreasonable, stupid or wrong ; ridiculous and abs…
The act of agreeing secretly with someone else to do somethin…
Illusion (noun)
Something that misleads or deceives the mind
Illusory (adj)
Based on a false image, idea or hope
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english II vocabulary (latin roots)
agenda
agile
alienate
altercation
a list or plan of things to be done in the future ; items to…
a quick and easy of movement or thought ; resourceful
to make someone unfriendly, withdrawn or indifferent
a heated or angry argument
agenda
a list or plan of things to be done in the future ; items to…
agile
a quick and easy of movement or thought ; resourceful
60 terms
Vocabulary -- Greek and Latin Roots -- English
photos
graph
tele
metron
light
write/draw
distant
measure
photos
light
graph
write/draw
English: Latin Roots~cycl/orb Vocabulary
cycl, orb
cyclone
encyclopedia
orb
roots: round or rounded
noun: any storm with circular winds
noun: a well-rounded collection of information
noun: a sphere
cycl, orb
roots: round or rounded
cyclone
noun: any storm with circular winds
English: Latin Roots~rect/reg Vocabulary
rect/reg
regal
regalia
rectitude
root: correct, kingly
adjective: royal
noun: royal decorations
noun: proper behavior
rect/reg
root: correct, kingly
regal
adjective: royal
English: Latin Roots~mis/mit Vocabulary
mis/mit
smite
transmit
missive
root: to send
verb: to deliver death/obliteration
verb: to send something
noun: a letter or note (that you send)
mis/mit
root: to send
smite
verb: to deliver death/obliteration
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HPCA English Vocabulary: Greek and Latin Roots
Ject ... Eject
Able, ible... Believable incredible
Cede, ceed, ceas, cess... Precede proceed…
Bio... Biography
Throw
Able capable of
Happen yield go
Life
Ject ... Eject
Throw
Able, ible... Believable incredible
Able capable of
English 12 Vocabulary (Greek & Latin Roots 1)
aud, aus
belli
brev
capit, capt
hear, listen (audible, auditorium, audio, audition)
war (rebellion, belligerent, bellicose)
short (abbreviate, brevity, brief)
head (decapitate, capital, caption)
aud, aus
hear, listen (audible, auditorium, audio, audition)
belli
war (rebellion, belligerent, bellicose)
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1CP English Vocabulary: Words from Latin Roots
incorruptible
fratricide
genocide
regicide
inflexibly honest; incapable of being bribed
act of killing (or the killer of) one's brother
deliberate extermination of a racial or cultural group
act of killing (or the killer of) a king
incorruptible
inflexibly honest; incapable of being bribed
fratricide
act of killing (or the killer of) one's brother
85 terms
English Final Vocabulary and Latin Roots
bel
ferv
fratern
grav
war
to boil, to bubble
brother
heavy
bel
war
ferv
to boil, to bubble
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary: Latin Roots
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
away, from
to
before
two
a, ab
away, from
ad
to
English vocabulary Latin roots #2
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Easily irritated or annoyed
A crime less than a felony
Advance beyond the usual limit
Remove by cutting
Fractious
Easily irritated or annoyed
Infraction
A crime less than a felony
12 terms
Vocabulary Latin root (English 3)
Sacr(secr)(ecr)
Mult
Spec(spic), spect
rect(i)
Scared, holy
Many
To look
Right, straight
Sacr(secr)(ecr)
Scared, holy
Mult
Many
Vocabulary latin and greek roots english
Monos
Monologue
Logos
Monarch
One
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
Greek
A person sho rules a kingdom or empire; a king, queen, empero…
Monos
One
Monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
English III Vocabulary Latin Roots words
magnanimous
facile
sacrilegious
volition
Generous
Easy-to-do
Irreverent, lack of respect
Wish, will
magnanimous
Generous
facile
Easy-to-do
20 terms
English Latin Roots and vocabulary words 5
Cent(i)
cide(e) , cis(e)
clam, claim
cord, cour
hundred
to kill, to cut
to cry out, to declare
heart
Cent(i)
hundred
cide(e) , cis(e)
to kill, to cut
English from the Roots Up LATIN vocabulary
unus
duo
tres
quattuor
one
two
three
four
unus
one
duo
two
English Latin Root Words
ped/pad
photo
uni
trans
foot
light
one
across
ped/pad
foot
photo
light
English: Latin and Greek Roots Book 3- Vocabulary
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
tending to grow or move towards light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
easy to understand; clear
phototropic
tending to grow or move towards light
phosphorescent
giving off light without heat
20 terms
English Latin Roots 1
Andro
Androcracy
Anthro
Anthropology
Man or men
Government ruled by men
Human
Study of human cultures
Andro
Man or men
Androcracy
Government ruled by men
English 3 Vocabulary Lesson 1 Latin Roots
Bene
Fac (Fic), Fact (Fect) (Fy)
Logu, Locut
Magn
Well, good
To do, to make
To speak
Great
Bene
Well, good
Fac (Fic), Fact (Fect) (Fy)
To do, to make
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 21 English Vocabulary
Insatiable
Satiety
Asset
Plenary
never satisfied of full; always desiring more
condition of being too full or too satisfied
something of value; a resource
full or complete
Insatiable
never satisfied of full; always desiring more
Satiety
condition of being too full or too satisfied
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 17 English Vocabulary
Synopsis
Myopic
Adumbrate
Umbrage
a short outline or review of main points
nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
to briefly outline or describe
anger caused by an insult or slight
Synopsis
a short outline or review of main points
Myopic
nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 8 English Vocabulary
Discursive
Concur
Succor
Obsequious
wandering from one topic to another
to agree in an opinion or decision
badly needed help; aid
too willing to serve or obey
Discursive
wandering from one topic to another
Concur
to agree in an opinion or decision
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 13 English Vocabulary
Capitulate
Recapitulate
Caprice
Precipitate
to yield; to surrender
to summarize briefly
sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
to cause something to happen immediately; to speed up
Capitulate
to yield; to surrender
Recapitulate
to summarize briefly
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 7 English Vocabulary
Psyche
Psychosomatic
Psychotic
Pusillanimous
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
having severe mental illness to the point of disconnection
timid or cowardly; not brave
Psyche
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
Psychosomatic
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 12 English Vocabulary
Subjugate
Conjugal
Contiguous
Contingent
to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
of or related to marriage
touching on one side; sharing a border or borders
possible, conditional
Subjugate
to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
Conjugal
of or related to marriage
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 10 English Vocabulary
Artiface
Artless
Inert
Icon
clever trickery; deception
without strategy or deceit; naive
not having power to move; slow to act
an image that best represents something; a symbol
Artiface
clever trickery; deception
Artless
without strategy or deceit; naive
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 6 English Vocabulary
Moratorium
Demure
Demur
Extemporaneous
a formal delay; a suspension
modest and shy
to express unwillingness to do something; to object
done without planning; improvised
Moratorium
a formal delay; a suspension
Demure
modest and shy
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