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Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
etymology lesson 6
proclaim
elevate
miscellaneous
omnipresence
to announce or describe 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 describe in an official or formal manner
elevate
to move or raise to a higher place or position; lift up
40 terms
Cornerstone Academy Etymology: Lesson 6
ASTER, ASTR
CED, CESS
CID, CIDE, CIS
IL, IM, IN, IR
star
go, yield
cut, kill
in; not
ASTER, ASTR
star
CED, CESS
go, yield
13 terms
Etymology lesson 6
COPIA
Copious
MAKROS
Macrocosm
plenty
plentiful; in large amounts
large
the universe
COPIA
plenty
Copious
plentiful; in large amounts
Latin Lesson 6 (etymology)
sens, sent (root)
cern, cert, cret (root)
crim, crimin (root)
sci (root)
Feel; Be aware
Sift; Separate; Distinguish; Decide
Accusation; Crime
Know
sens, sent (root)
Feel; Be aware
cern, cert, cret (root)
Sift; Separate; Distinguish; Decide
Greek Lesson 6 (etymology)
tom (root)
ton, ten (root)
chir (root)
pod (root)
Cut
Stretch; Tone
Hand
Foot
tom (root)
Cut
ton, ten (root)
Stretch; Tone
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)
20 terms
Etymology: Greek Roots Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
Etymology - Greek - Lesson 6 - Roots
phil
miso
op, opt, ops
aesth, esth
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
20 terms
Greek Etymology Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
Etymology Latin Lesson 6
sens, sent
cern, cert, cret
crim, cimin
sci
feel; beware
sift; separate; distinguish; decide
judgement; accusation; crime
know
sens, sent
feel; beware
cern, cert, cret
sift; separate; distinguish; decide
15 terms
Etymology - Latin Lesson 6
sens, sent
cern, cert, cret
crim, crimin
sci
feel, be aware
separate, distinguish
judgement, accusation, crime
know
sens, sent
feel, be aware
cern, cert, cret
separate, distinguish
20 terms
Greek Etymology lesson 6
tom
ton ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton ten
stretch tone
101 terms
Etymology Greek lesson 6
BALL- BOLE-
Symbol
Ballistics
Metabolism
To throw, put
Representation
Going crazy
Digestion of foods
BALL- BOLE-
To throw, put
Symbol
Representation
17 terms
Greek Etymology Lesson 6
hyper-
hypo-
meta-, met-
para-, par-
over, excessive
below, less than normal
after, changed
beside, disordered
hyper-
over, excessive
hypo-
below, less than normal
34 terms
Etymology lesson 6 & 7
chir
ton, ten
tom
heir
hand
stretch; tone
cut
sacred
chir
hand
ton, ten
stretch; tone
30 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
29 terms
Etymology Lesson 6 Numerals
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number, to count
few
many
crowd, mob
arithm(e)-
number, to count
olig-
few
Greek Numerals: Etymology: Lesson 6
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number, to count
few
many
crowd, mob
arithm(e)-
number, to count
olig-
few
15 terms
Etymology roots lesson 6
Tom
Ton, ten
Chir
Pod
Cut
Stretch; tone
Hand
Foot
Tom
Cut
Ton, ten
Stretch; tone
154 terms
Etymology Greek lesson 6
Tom
Ton, ten
Chir
Pod
Cut
Stretch, tone
Hand
Foot
Tom
Cut
Ton, ten
Stretch, tone
17 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 6
Tom
Ton/Ten
Chir
Pod
Cut
Stretch/Tone
Hand
Foot
Tom
Cut
Ton/Ten
Stretch/Tone
76 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 6
Tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch, tone
hand
foot
Tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch, tone
15 terms
Etymology Latin Lesson 6
Sens, Sent
Cern, Cert, Cret
Crim, Crimit
Sci
Feel, Be Aware
Sift, Separate, Distinguish, Judge
Judgement, Accusation, Crime
Know
Sens, Sent
Feel, Be Aware
Cern, Cert, Cret
Sift, Separate, Distinguish, Judge
Etymology (Latin): lesson 6
sens, sent
cern, cert, cret,
crim, crimin
sci
feel, be aware
distinguish, decide
judgement
know
sens, sent
feel, be aware
cern, cert, cret,
distinguish, decide
61 terms
Etymology lesson 6-9
tom
ton,ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
feet
tom
cut
ton,ten
stretch; tone
42 terms
Etymology lesson 6-8
Pensive
Quadruped
Primate
Sacrosanct
Seriously thoughtful, often in a sad way
Animal that has four feet
Any of the highest order of mammals; an archbishop
Consecrated with religious ceremonies
Pensive
Seriously thoughtful, often in a sad way
Quadruped
Animal that has four feet
Etymology Lesson 6 Bases and Derivatives
clud
cur
glob
gress
shut
run
sphere
step
clud
shut
cur
run
29 terms
Greek Etymology Lesson 6: Numerals
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number, to count
few
many
crowd, mob
arithm(e)-
number, to count
olig-
few
28 terms
Etymology, lesson 6
actu-
ag-, -ig-, act-
ben-, bene-
bon-
impulse
do, drive
well
good
actu-
impulse
ag-, -ig-, act-
do, drive
Etymology: Lesson 6
andr-
ankyl-, ancyl-
aphrodis(i)-
brachy-
man, male
fused, stiffened; hooked, crooked
sexual desire [pertaining to Aphrodite]
short
andr-
man, male
ankyl-, ancyl-
fused, stiffened; hooked, crooked
13 terms
Lesson 6 : roots and etymology
apo, apere, epi, aptum
jungo, jungere, junxi, junctum
stringo, stringere, strinxi, strictum
aptitude
<L. "to fasten," "to attach"
<L. "to join"
<L. "to draw together tightly," "to tie"
apo... - to fasten or to attach
apo, apere, epi, aptum
<L. "to fasten," "to attach"
jungo, jungere, junxi, junctum
<L. "to join"
Lesson 6 etymology word set
Accurate
Animosity
Beneficiary
Benevolent
free from error or defect
a feeling of strong dislike, ill will or enmity that tends to…
a person or group that receives benefits, profits, or advanta…
characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings
Accurate
free from error or defect
Animosity
a feeling of strong dislike, ill will or enmity that tends to…
Etymology (Lesson 6)
phil
miso
op, opt, ops
aesth; esth
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
etymology lesson 6
phil
miso
op, opt, ops
aesth; esth
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
Etymology Lesson 6
arithm(e)-
olig-
poly-
ochl-
number, to count
few
many
mob
arithm(e)-
number, to count
olig-
few
17 terms
Etymology Lesson 6
warranted
wastrel
wax
wither
justified, authorized
person who wastes his money
gradually grow larger
dry out; shrivel up
warranted
justified, authorized
wastrel
person who wastes his money
14 terms
Etymology lesson 6
Jungere Extras
aptitude
inept
adjunct
To join right hands
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Without skill.
An added part not essential to the whole.
Jungere Extras
To join right hands
aptitude
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Lesson 6 Etymology
Proclaim
Elevate
Miscellaneous
omnipresence
She proclaimed that she did not steal the paper.
They all went up the elevator.
The pens were all miscellaneously around the room.
The air was omnipresent in the balloon.
Proclaim
She proclaimed that she did not steal the paper.
Elevate
They all went up the elevator.
36 terms
Lesson 6 Etymology words
She _______ that what I had was untrue.
The exercise will naturally ________ y…
He picked up the ____________ papers.
The ___________ threat of natural disa…
Proclaim
elevate
Miscellaneous
Omnipresent
She _______ that what I had was untrue.
Proclaim
The exercise will naturally ________ y…
elevate
36 terms
Etymology Lesson 6
Proclaim
Elevate
Miscellaneous
Omnipresence
He proclaimed his new building.
We elevated the couch.
We have a miscellaneous moving box.
He is an omnipresence man.
Proclaim
He proclaimed his new building.
Elevate
We elevated the couch.
Etymology Lesson 6 Vocab
Proclaim
Elevate
Miscellaneous
Omnipresence
He proclaimed that we needed to change our behavior if we wan…
When you get a knee injury, it's best to rest and keep it ele…
He had a collection of miscellaneous bottle caps.
It seemed like her cat was omnipresent; I could always see it…
Proclaim
He proclaimed that we needed to change our behavior if we wan…
Elevate
When you get a knee injury, it's best to rest and keep it ele…
Greek Etymology, Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
etymologies lesson 6
con... latin
vergere... latin
crux... latin
de... latin
together
to incline
cross
reduce
con... latin
together
vergere... latin
to incline
Greek Etymology: Lesson 6
bio
phys
psych
soma, somat
life
nature; growth
mind; soul; spirit
body
bio
life
phys
nature; growth
18 terms
Etymology - Gish - Greek Lesson 6
phil
miso
op, opt, ops
aesth; esth
love
hatred
sight; view; eye
sensation; feeling; perception
phil
love
miso
hatred
169 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 6 & 7 Words
atom
atomic
epitome
entomology
n. smallest particles of a substance
adj. relating to an atom or atoms
n. the best or most typical example
n. the study of insects
atom
n. smallest particles of a substance
atomic
adj. relating to an atom or atoms
10 terms
etymology lesson 6 base words
glob
vis
clud
spect
sphere
see
shut
look
glob
sphere
vis
see
10 terms
Lesson 6- Etymology
Avarice
Avid
Badger
Baffle
Latin... 1) Avarus- greedy... 2) Avere- desire
Latin... 1) Avidus- craving, greedy... 2) Avere- desire
Unknown- possibly from the animal.
Unknown
Avarice
Latin... 1) Avarus- greedy... 2) Avere- desire
Avid
Latin... 1) Avidus- craving, greedy... 2) Avere- desire
Etymology Latin Lesson 6
am-, amat-
cur-, curat-
laud-, laudat-
memor-, memorat-
love
care for
praise
remind
am-, amat-
love
cur-, curat-
care for
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