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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 11
vet
veteran
inveterate
freq
old
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
frequent, numerous
vet
old
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 10
juris
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
perjure
law
study or science of law
area of influence
to lie under oath
juris
law
jurisprudence
study or science of law
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 18
sist
desist
persistent
subsist
stand, stop
to stop doing something; cease
not giving up or stopping
to support life; to survive
sist
stand, stop
desist
to stop doing something; cease
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 3
cept / cip / ceive
intercept
participant
conceive
to take, seize
to catch or block
one who takes part in
to come up with, imagine
cept / cip / ceive
to take, seize
intercept
to catch or block
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 17
fund
found
fundamental
founder
bottom
bottom
basic and important
to completely fail
fund
bottom
found
bottom
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
fin
confines
refine
finite
end, limit, boundary
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
fin
end, limit, boundary
confines
limits or boundaries
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 12
ter
terrorize
deter
horr
to frighten, to scare
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
to shudder, to be afraid
ter
to frighten, to scare
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 16
minister (root word)
administer
minister
arbiter / arbitra (root words)
to tend, minister, manage
to give to; to apply
to take care of; tend to
judge
minister (root word)
to tend, minister, manage
administer
to give to; to apply
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 1
Erg / Urg
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
work
very precise; clear and accurate
active and lively
intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
Erg / Urg
work
surgical
very precise; clear and accurate
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 8
insul
insular
insulate
idiosyncrasy
island
limited in knowledge or perspective
to protect from outside influence
a peculiar quality; a quirk
insul
island
insular
limited in knowledge or perspective
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 14
miss
admission
submissive
omission
send
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
miss
send
admission
confession; entrance
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 2
pos / pon
composure
exponential
imposition
to place, to put
control over expression and action
steadily increasing
an unwelcome demand; a burden
pos / pon
to place, to put
composure
control over expression and action
Latin and Greek Roots: 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
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 1
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
vigorous
very precise; clear and accurate
active and lively
intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work
done with power, force, or energy
surgical
very precise; clear and accurate
energetic
active and lively
Latin and Greek Roots: 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
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 9
ment
demented
mentality
mne
mind
out of one's mind; insane
state of mind
to remember... remembering
ment
mind
demented
out of one's mind; insane
21 terms
Unit One Greek and Latin Roots
maternal
maternity
alma mater
Latin root for mother
related to motherhood
condition of being a mother
the school you graduate from
mater
maternal
related to motherhood
maternity
condition of being a mother
23 terms
Unit Three Greek and Latin Roots
Latin root for see
television
vision
invisible
vis
transports visual images into your home
your sense of sight
something that cannot be seen
Latin root for see
vis
television
transports visual images into your home
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
sanct
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
holy
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
sanct
holy
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 5
hum
humility
exhume
stell
ground; earth
lack of pride; modesty
to remove from the ground; dig up
star
hum
ground; earth
humility
lack of pride; modesty
20 terms
Unit 2 Greek and Latin Roots
Latin root for place
location
dislocated shoulder
local
loc
an address
one that is not in the shoulder socket
in the same area
Latin root for place
loc
location
an address
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 16
administer
minister
arbiter
arbitrate
to give to; to apply
to take care of; tend to
one who decides or determines
to judge between two sides; to referee
administer
to give to; to apply
minister
to take care of; tend to
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 6
excursion
discourse
accelerated
volatile
a brief pleasure outing
exchange of words; conversation
made faster
changing often; unpredictable
excursion
a brief pleasure outing
discourse
exchange of words; conversation
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
to catch or block
one who takes part in
to come up with, imagine
intending to mislead or trick
intercept
to catch or block
participant
one who takes part in
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: 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
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 5
humility
exhume
stellar
astronomical
lack of pride; modesty
to remove from the ground; dig up
excellent; outstanding
enormous; immense
humility
lack of pride; modesty
exhume
to remove from the ground; dig up
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
limits or boundaries
to make more pure or precise
having an end or limit
to reveal; make known
confines
limits or boundaries
refine
to make more pure or precise
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 12
terrorize
deter
horrific
abhor
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
causing extreme horror or disgust
to feel horror towards; hate
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
deter
to prevent; to discourage
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: 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
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 10
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
perjure
impunity
study or science of law
area of influence
to lie under oath
freedom from punishment
jurisprudence
study or science of law
jurisdiction
area of influence
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: 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
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 17
fundamental
founder
disperse
sparse
basic and important
to completely fail
to cause to go in different directions; scatter
not plentiful; not dense
fundamental
basic and important
founder
to completely fail
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 13
suspect
conspicuous
respective
despicable
not able to be trusted; suspicious
standing out; unusual
corresponding to each person or thing in a series
deserving of hatred or disgust
suspect
not able to be trusted; suspicious
conspicuous
standing out; unusual
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission
confession; entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 11
veteran
inveterate
frequent
infrequent
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
to visit often or repeatedly
not occurring often ("once in a blue moon")
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
inveterate
having done something for a long time; habitual
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 9
demented
mentality
amnesty
mnemonic
out of one's mind; insane
state of mind
pardon for offenses
aiding in memory
demented
out of one's mind; insane
mentality
state of mind
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 18
desist
persistent
subsist
preside
to stop doing something; cease
not giving up or stopping
to support life; to survive
to be in charge; govern
desist
to stop doing something; cease
persistent
not giving up or stopping
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 20
deign
disdain
indignant
appreciative
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
scorn
unworthy
expressing or feeling thankfulness
deign
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
disdain
scorn
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 8
insular
insulate
idiosyncrasy
idiom
limited in knowledge or perspective
to protect from outside influence
a peculiar quality; a quirk
speech or phrase specific to a particular language or group o…
insular
limited in knowledge or perspective
insulate
to protect from outside influence
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 19
rivulet
derivative
unrivaled
redundant
a small stream of water
borrowing from something else; unoriginal
having no equal or competition
saying something more than once
rivulet
a small stream of water
derivative
borrowing from something else; unoriginal
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 4
cycl
circ/circum
centr/center
cycle
circle
around
middle
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
cycl
circle
circ/circum
around
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 9
bio
photo
phil
biology
life; Greek
light; Greek
love; Greek
a science that deals with things that are alive, such as plan…
bio
life; Greek
photo
light; Greek
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
mob/mat
tract
tend/tens/tent
mobile
Latin: move
Latin: pull, draw
Latin: stretch, give
able to move from one place to another
mob/mat
Latin: move
tract
Latin: pull, draw
18 terms
Greek and Latin Roots S
scribble
script
describe
prescription
to write carelessly
writing, the written text of a play or motion picture
to write down, to give a word picture
something written ahead
scribble
to write carelessly
script
writing, the written text of a play or motion picture
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 8
hosp
onym
host
hospital
Latin: guest
Greek: name
Latin: Stranger; enemy
a place where sick or injured people are given care or treatm…
hosp
Latin: guest
onym
Greek: name
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
memoir
memorialize
memorable
memento
a written account in which someone describes past experiences
to do or create something that causes people to remember on i…
very good or interesting and worth remembering
an object that is a reminder of a person, place, event; a sou…
memoir
a written account in which someone describes past experiences
memorialize
to do or create something that causes people to remember on i…
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5
dict
scrib/script
graph/gram
dictate
say, declare
write
write, draw, describe, record
to speak or read something to a person who writes it down; to…
dict
say, declare
scrib/script
write
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
photo
struct
therm
vis
light
build
heat
see
photo
light
struct
build
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 2
visualize
vista
visionary
audible
form a mental image of something; to imagine
a pleasing view, especially one seen through a long, narrow o…
a person with original ideas about what the future will or co…
able to be heard
visualize
form a mental image of something; to imagine
vista
a pleasing view, especially one seen through a long, narrow o…
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 6
chron
temp
loc
chronological
Greek; time
Latin; time
Latin; place
arranged in the order of time that the events occured or took…
chron
Greek; time
temp
Latin; time
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