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Etymology Greek Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
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pod
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Etymology- Lesson 6 - Voc
Andr-
Ankly-, Ancyl-
Aphrodis(I)-
Brachy
man, male
fused, stiffened; hooked, crooked
[of or pertaining to Aphrodite, Greek Goddess of love) sexual…
short
Andr-
man, male
Ankly-, Ancyl-
fused, stiffened; hooked, crooked
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Etymology Greek Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
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Etymology - Latin Lesson 6
sens, sent
cern, cert, cret
crim, crimin
sci
feel, be aware
sift, separate, distinguish, decide
judgement, accusation, crime
know
sens, sent
feel, be aware
cern, cert, cret
sift, separate, distinguish, decide
Lesson 6 Etymology
Tom
Ton, ten
Chir
Pod
Cut
Stretch, tone
Hand
Foot
Tom
Cut
Ton, ten
Stretch, tone
Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch, tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch, tone
20 terms
Etymology: Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch, tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch, tone
35 terms
Etymology Lesson 6
proclaim
elevate
miscellaneous
omnipresence
to announce or declare in an official or formal manner
to move or raise to a higher place or position; lift up
consisting of members or elements of different kinds; of mixe…
present everywhere at the same time
proclaim
to announce or declare in an official or formal manner
elevate
to move or raise to a higher place or position; lift up
Etymology Lesson 6 Vocab
abundant
advocate
aggressive
appendage
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
person who supports or recommends a cause or policy
ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized from or…
(often with negative connotations) thing that is added or att…
abundant
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
advocate
person who supports or recommends a cause or policy
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Etymology Latin Lesson 6 Definitions
Sensitive
Discern
Discriminate
Omniscient
quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or inf…
perceive or recognize (something)
recognize a distinction; differentiate
knowing everything
Sensitive
quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or inf…
Discern
perceive or recognize (something)
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etymology-lesson 6-vocab
accurate
animosity
beneficiary
benevolent
free from error or defect/exact.
feeling of strong dislike.
person/group that receives benefits/profits/advantages.
characterized by/expressing goodwill or kindly feelings.
accurate
free from error or defect/exact.
animosity
feeling of strong dislike.
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Etymology Latin Lesson 6
sens
cern, cert, cret
crim
sci
feel
distinguish
crime
know
sens
feel
cern, cert, cret
distinguish
Etymology Semester 1, Lesson 6
ex
expurgate
excommunicate
in
Out, out of, away from, formerly
to remove erroneous or objectionable material from a book bef…
to officially deny membership in a church (most commonly prac…
In, into, not
ex
Out, out of, away from, formerly
expurgate
to remove erroneous or objectionable material from a book bef…
Etymology: Greek Lesson 6
phil
miso
op (opt, ops)
aesth (esth)
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
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Etymology Greek Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
Etymology - Latin - Lesson 6
ced, cess
coron, coroll
dicat
dub
go; move; withdraw; yield
wreath; crown
proclaim
doubt; waver
ced, cess
go; move; withdraw; yield
coron, coroll
wreath; crown
Etymology: Latin Lesson 6
ced (cess)
coron (coroll)
dicat
dub
go; move; withdraw; yield
wreath; crown
proclaim
doubt; waver
ced (cess)
go; move; withdraw; yield
coron (coroll)
wreath; crown
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Etymology: Lesson 6 Words
accede (v)
centigrade (aj)
centipedes (pl n)
convocation
D: to agree with ... P: ac- to, toward ... B: ced- to go, yield
D: scale of one hundred degrees... P: centi-one hundred ... B: grad…
D: worm like animal with one hundred legs... P: centi- one hundr…
D: a formal assembly, conference, meeting, gathering ... P: con-…
accede (v)
D: to agree with ... P: ac- to, toward ... B: ced- to go, yield
centigrade (aj)
D: scale of one hundred degrees... P: centi-one hundred ... B: grad…
Etymology Lesson 6 Affixes
ab-
ad-, ag-
-age
-al
from
to
action or process
relating to
ab-
from
ad-, ag-
to
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Etymology Lesson 6
animosity
annals
annuity
benevolent
a feeling of strong dislike
a record of events year by year
a fix sum of money paid to someone each year
characterized by or expressing good well or kindly feelings
animosity
a feeling of strong dislike
annals
a record of events year by year
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Lesson 6 Etymology
greedy from desire
craving from desire
commonplace from summons to military s…
war waging from wage
avarice... latin, avarus from avere
avid... latin, avidus from avere
banal... french, banal from ban
belligerent... latin, bellum + genrens from gerere
greedy from desire
avarice... latin, avarus from avere
craving from desire
avid... latin, avidus from avere
28 terms
Etymology Lesson 6: Numerals
olig-
poly-
ochl-
hemi-
few
many
crowd, mob
half
olig-
few
poly-
many
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etymology lesson 6 greek
tom
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Lesson 6 Etymology bases
Anim
Bene
c(h)ant
Cur
soul, spirit
good, well
sing
care
Anim
soul, spirit
Bene
good, well
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etymology-lesson 6-bases
anim
bene
c(h)ant
cur
soul, spirit
good, well
sing
care
anim
soul, spirit
bene
good, well
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etymology lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
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stretch, tone
hand
foot
tom
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ton, ten
stretch, tone
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etymology-lesson 6-affixes
-ate
de-
dis-
-ence
to make, cause, act
down from, reverse, remove, out of, derived from
separation, apart, in different directions
state or condition/action
-ate
to make, cause, act
de-
down from, reverse, remove, out of, derived from
Etymology Lesson 6 and 7
phil
miso
op, opt, ops
aesth; esth
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
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Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton;ten
chir
pod
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stretch;tone
hand
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ton;ten
stretch;tone
Lesson 6 etymology affixes
-able
-ate
dis-
-ent
capable of, susceptible of, fit for, tending to
state or quality
down from, reverse, remove
in, on, amongst, within
-able
capable of, susceptible of, fit for, tending to
-ate
state or quality
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etymology lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
cephal
cut
stretch; tone
hand
head
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
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lesson 6 etymology
tom
ton,ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch;tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton,ten
stretch;tone
20 terms
Etymology Lesson 6
tom
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Etymology Vocabulary Lesson 6
ee
ego
en
epi
person who is
I, self
to make, become
on, outer
ee
person who is
ego
I, self
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Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
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stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
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ton, ten
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Lesson 6 etymology
Tom
Ton, ten
Chir
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Hand
Foot
Tom
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Ton, ten
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Etymology lesson 6
Mir
Quer, quest
Queru
Roga
Wonder
Seek, ask
Complain
Ask
Mir
Wonder
Quer, quest
Seek, ask
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Etymology Lesson 6
ad, a
ab, abs, a
com, con, co, co
contra, counter
to, toward, near
away, away from
together, together with, thoroughly
against, opposite
ad, a
to, toward, near
ab, abs, a
away, away from
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Etymology Lesson 6 Vocab
elucidate
banal
imminent
antipathy
v. to make clear ... syn: explain; clarify... ant: obscure
adj. common; ordinary ... syn: trivial; insipid ... ant: original;…
adj. likely to happen; threatening ... syn: impending; approachi…
n. an intense dislike... syn: aversion ... ant: affinity
elucidate
v. to make clear ... syn: explain; clarify... ant: obscure
banal
adj. common; ordinary ... syn: trivial; insipid ... ant: original;…
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Etymology lesson 6
COPIA
Copious
MAKROS
Macrocosm
plenty
plentiful; in large amounts
large
the universe
COPIA
plenty
Copious
plentiful; in large amounts
Lesson 6 etymology
Tom
Ton, ten
Chir
Pod
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Hand
Foot
Tom
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Ton, ten
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28 terms
Lesson 6 - Etymology
actu-
ag-, -ig-, act-
ben-, bene-
bon-
impulse, drive
do, drive
well
good
actu-
impulse, drive
ag-, -ig-, act-
do, drive
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Etymology Lesson 6
COPIA
copious
MAKROS
macrocosm
plenty
adj. plentiful; in large amounts
large
n. 1. the universe ... n. 2. any great whole
COPIA
plenty
copious
adj. plentiful; in large amounts
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Etymology Lesson 6
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number, to count
few
many
crowd, mob
arithm(e)-
number, to count
olig-
few
lesson 6 etymology
antipathy
elucidate
imminent
banal
c. 1600, from Latin , from Greek , "opposed in feeling, havin…
1560s, perhaps via Middle French (15c.) or directly from Late…
1520s, from Middle French (14c.) and directly from Latin,"to…
"trite, commonplace," 1840, from French, "belonging to a mano…
antipathy
c. 1600, from Latin , from Greek , "opposed in feeling, havin…
elucidate
1560s, perhaps via Middle French (15c.) or directly from Late…
Etymology Lesson 6
Levity
Miscible
Omnibus
Mortuary
humor
forming a homogeneous mixture when added together
a volume containing several novels
funeral home
Levity
humor
Miscible
forming a homogeneous mixture when added together
Etymology Lesson 6
animosity
annals
annuity
benevolent
(n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility
A historical record of events, often arranged in a yearly seq…
A series of equal payments at fixed intervals for a specified…
characterized by or expressing good will or kindly feelings,…
animosity
(n.) strong dislike; bitter hostility
annals
A historical record of events, often arranged in a yearly seq…
15 terms
Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
29 terms
Etymology lesson 6
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number/to count
few
many
crowd/mob
arithm(e)-
number/to count
olig-
few
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Etymology lesson 6
Antipathy
Elucidate
Imminent
Banal
Having opposite feeling; against; in return for suffering
Make light of clear; out; away
To overhang; jut out; hill
Commonplace; compulsory military service
Antipathy
Having opposite feeling; against; in return for suffering
Elucidate
Make light of clear; out; away
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