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10 terms
Unit 2 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
generate
matriarchy
congenial
patriarchal
to produce something or cause something to be produced
a family, group, or government controlled by a woman or group…
pleasant, enjoyable, or friendly
a characteristic of a system of society or government control…
generate
to produce something or cause something to be produced
matriarchy
a family, group, or government controlled by a woman or group…
10 terms
Unit 4 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
revive
vivacious
vital
mortal
-to make someone or something strong, healthy, or active again
-happy and lively in a way that is attractive, used especiall…
-extremely important; very lively or energetic
-certain to die eventually; causing death
revive
-to make someone or something strong, healthy, or active again
vivacious
-happy and lively in a way that is attractive, used especiall…
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 2
composure
exponential
imposition
repository
control over expression and action
steadily increasing
an unwelcome demand; a burden
a place designated for storage
composure
control over expression and action
exponential
steadily increasing
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
vigorous
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
(adj.) done with power, force or energy
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
energetic
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2, Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
v. to catch or block
n. one who takes part in
v. to come up with, imagine
adj. intending to mislead or trick
intercept
v. to catch or block
participant
n. one who takes part in
10 terms
Unit 3 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
geography
geode
geothermal
aerial
-an area of study that deals with the location of countries,…
-a rock containing a cavity lined with crystals or other mine…
-of, relating to, or using the natural heat produced inside t…
-performed in the air; performed by an airplane.
geography
-an area of study that deals with the location of countries,…
geode
-a rock containing a cavity lined with crystals or other mine…
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 11
vet-
veteran
inveterate
freq-
Latin: VETUS, VETERIS, "old"
(n.) Someone very experienced in something; expert
(adj.) Having done something for a long time; habitual
Latin: FREQUENS, "frequent, numerous"
vet-
Latin: VETUS, VETERIS, "old"
veteran
(n.) Someone very experienced in something; expert
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 10
juris-
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
perjure
Latin: IUS, IURIS, "law"
(n.) Study or science of law
(n.) Area of influence
(v.) To lie under oath
juris-
Latin: IUS, IURIS, "law"
jurisprudence
(n.) Study or science of law
13 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 2 Book 2
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
THES, THET Greek THESIS, THETOS
Composure
"to place, to put"
"to stand, stand something up"
"placing", "having been placed"
Control over expression and action... syn: poise ant: agitation;…
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
"to place, to put"
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
"to stand, stand something up"
10 terms
Unit 5 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
captivate
precipitation
capitulate
manual
-to attract and hold the attention of someone by being intere…
-water that falls to the ground as rain, snow, hail, sleet, e…
-to stop fighting an enemy or opponent; to admit that an enem…
-doing or involving hard physical work; of or relating to usi…
captivate
-to attract and hold the attention of someone by being intere…
precipitation
-water that falls to the ground as rain, snow, hail, sleet, e…
10 terms
Unit 7 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
Spectulate
Spectator
Spectacle
Kaleidoscope
to think about something and make guesses about it; to form i…
a person who watches an event, show game, activity, etc., oft…
a very impressive show; something that attracts attention bec…
a tube that has mirrors and loose pieces of colored glass or…
Spectulate
to think about something and make guesses about it; to form i…
Spectator
a person who watches an event, show game, activity, etc., oft…
10 terms
Unit 6 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
Initial
Initiative
Initiate
Finale
occurring at the beginning of something
the power or opportunity to do something before others do; th…
to cause or start the beginning of something; to formally acc…
the last part of something such as a musical performance, pla…
Initial
occurring at the beginning of something
Initiative
the power or opportunity to do something before others do; th…
14 terms
Latin and Greek roots book 2 unit one
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
erg, urg
very precise, clear and accurate
active and lively
intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
(Greek -ergon) work
surgical
very precise, clear and accurate
energetic
active and lively
13 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Book 2:Unit 1
bene/bon
mal
dys
benefit
good, well
bad, wretched
badly, ill
(n) a good or helpful result or effect
bene/bon
good, well
mal
bad, wretched
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg, urg
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg, urg
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Book 2 Unit 4
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
sanctuary
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
a place of protection
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
sanctify
to make holy
10 terms
Unit 1 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
bona fide
benefit
benign
benevolent
real or genuine; made or done in an honest and sincere way
a good or helpful result or effect
not causing harm or damage; mild, gentle, or pleasant
kind and generous; organized to do good things or other people
bona fide
real or genuine; made or done in an honest and sincere way
benefit
a good or helpful result or effect
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 5
hum-
humility
exhume
stell-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
(v.) To remove from the ground; dig up
Latin: STELLA; star
hum-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
humility
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg, urg
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg, urg
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2, Unit 2
composure
exponential
imposition
repository
(n.) control over expression and action
(adj.) steadily increasing
(n.) an unwelcome demand; a burden
(n.)a place designated for storage
composure
(n.) control over expression and action
exponential
(adj.) steadily increasing
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg-
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg-
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg, urg
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg, urg
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
10 terms
Unit 1 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
bona fide
benefit
benign
benevolent
real or genuine; made or done in an honest and sincere way
a good or helpful result or effect
not causing harm or damage; mild, gentle, or pleasant
kind and generous; organized to do good things or other people
bona fide
real or genuine; made or done in an honest and sincere way
benefit
a good or helpful result or effect
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Book 2 unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
13 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Book 2: Unit 2
pater/patri
mater/matri
gen
patriarch
father
mother
birth, race, kind
(n) a man who controls a family, group, or government
pater/patri
father
mater/matri
mother
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
vigorous
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
(adj.) done with power, force or energy
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
energetic
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 2
pos-
pon-
composure
exponential
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
(n.) control over expression and action; L. com, "together,"…
(adj.) steadily increasing; L. ex, "out of," + ponere = to pl…
pos-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
pon-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 6
curs-, course-
excursion
discourse
celer-
to run
a brief pleasure outing
exchange of words; conversation
fast, swift, quick
curs-, course-
to run
excursion
a brief pleasure outing
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 7
VAL, VAIL
Valiant
Valor
Avail
"to be strong"
Brave; courageous
Noble courage
To help; to be of use
VAL, VAIL
"to be strong"
Valiant
Brave; courageous
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 8
insul-
insular
insulate
idio-
Latin: INSULA, "island"
(adj.) Limited in knowledge or perspective
(v.) To protect from outside influence
Greek IDIOS, "single, peculiar, personal"
insul-
Latin: INSULA, "island"
insular
(adj.) Limited in knowledge or perspective
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg-
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg-
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
13 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Book 2: Unit 3
geo
aer
pyr
geography
Earth
air, atmosphere
heat, fire
(n) an area of study that deals with the location of countrie…
geo
Earth
aer
air, atmosphere
13 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Book 2: Unit 4
viv/vit
mort
nat/nasc
revive
life, alive
death
born, birth
(v) to make someone or something strong, healthy, or active a…
viv/vit
life, alive
mort
death
Greek and Latin roots Book 2, Unit 2
Composure
Exponential
Imposition
Repository
Control over expression and action
Steadily increasing
An unwelcome demand; a burden
A place designated for storage
Composure
Control over expression and action
Exponential
Steadily increasing
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 5
hum-
humility
exhume
stell-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
(v.) To remove from the ground; dig up
Latin: STELLA; star
hum-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
humility
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
13 terms
Vocabulary: Greek and Latin Roots Book 2 Unit 15
dyna
fort
poten
dynasty
power/Greek
strong/Latin
powerful/Latin
(n) - a family of rulers who rule over a country for a long p…
dyna
power/Greek
fort
strong/Latin
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 2
pos-
pon-
composure
exponential
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
(n.) control over expression and action; L. com, "together,"…
(adj.) steadily increasing; L. ex, "out of," + ponere = to pl…
pos-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
pon-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 2
pos-
pon-
composure
exponential
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
(n.) control over expression and action; L. com, "together,"…
(adj.) steadily increasing; L. ex, "out of," + ponere = to pl…
pos-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
pon-
Latin: PONERE, POSITUM, "to place, to put"
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 2 sentences
composute
exponential
imposition
repository
Scott managed to sing three of the songs without laughing, bu…
The ----- growth of the deer population in the area made us w…
Because they liked the subject matter they were studying, mos…
The building that was once the train station is not a ----- f…
composute
Scott managed to sing three of the songs without laughing, bu…
exponential
The ----- growth of the deer population in the area made us w…
23 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 4
sanct-
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
Latin: SANCTUS; holy
(n.) a private place; a retreat
(v.) to make holy... syn: bless
(n.) something that forces obedience with a law or rule
sanct-
Latin: SANCTUS; holy
sanctum
(n.) a private place; a retreat
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 4
sanct-
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
Latin: SANCTUS; holy
(n.) a private place; a retreat
(v.) to make holy
(n.) something that forces obedience with a law or rule
sanct-
Latin: SANCTUS; holy
sanctum
(n.) a private place; a retreat
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 8
insul-
insular
insulate
idio-
Latin: INSULA, "island"
(adj.) Limited in knowledge or perspective
(v.) To protect from outside influence
Greek IDIOS, "single, peculiar, personal"
insul-
Latin: INSULA, "island"
insular
(adj.) Limited in knowledge or perspective
Greek and Latin roots Unit 3 Book 2
Cept,Cip, Captum
Intercept v.
Participant n.
Conceive v.
To take;seize
To catch or block
One who takes part in
To come up with,imagine
Cept,Cip, Captum
To take;seize
Intercept v.
To catch or block
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg-
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg-
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
8 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 7
val-
vail-
valiant
valor
Latin: VALERE, VALITURUS; to be strong
Latin: VALERE, VALITURUS; to be strong
(adj.) Brave; courageous
(n.) Noble courage
val-
Latin: VALERE, VALITURUS; to be strong
vail-
Latin: VALERE, VALITURUS; to be strong
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 5
hum-
humility
exhume
stell-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
(v.) To remove from the ground; dig up
Latin: STELLA; star
hum-
Latin: HUMUS; ground, earth
humility
(n.) Lack of pride; modesty
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 6
curs-
course-
excursion
discourse
Latin: CURRERE, CURSUM; to run
Latin: CURRERE, CURSUM; to run
(n.) A brief pleasure outing
(n.) Exchange of words; conversation
curs-
Latin: CURRERE, CURSUM; to run
course-
Latin: CURRERE, CURSUM; to run
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
erg-
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
Greek: ERGON, "work"
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
erg-
Greek: ERGON, "work"
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 15
fin-
confines
refine
finite
Latin: FINIS, "end, limit, boundary"
(n.) Limits or boundaries
(v.) To make more pure or precise
(adj.) Having an end or limit
fin-
Latin: FINIS, "end, limit, boundary"
confines
(n.) Limits or boundaries
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 16
minister-
administer
minister
arbiter-
Latin: MINISTER, "official, minister", MINISTRARE, MINISTRATU…
(v.) To give to; to apply
(v.) To take care of; tend to
Latin: ARBITER, "judge"
minister-
Latin: MINISTER, "official, minister", MINISTRARE, MINISTRATU…
administer
(v.) To give to; to apply
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