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40 terms
Greek and Latin
aud
sens, sent
cide
clud, clus
hear
feel
kill
shut
aud
hear
sens, sent
feel
10 terms
Greek and Latin: Port = Carry
deport
export
import
portable
Expel from a country
Goods leaving a country
To bring goods into a country
Capable of being easily carried
deport
Expel from a country
export
Goods leaving a country
Greek and Latin Word Roots
graph
port
bio
thermo
to write
to carry
Consists of all life on Earth and all parts of the Earth in w…
referring to heat
graph
to write
port
to carry
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
170 terms
Greek and Latin
mal
non
post
archy
bad
not
after
government
mal
bad
non
not
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 17
fund
found
fundamental
founder
bottom
bottom
basic and important
to completely fail
fund
bottom
found
bottom
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
21 terms
Greek and Latin roots F
fix
flor/i
con
fid
fasten, attach
flower
together
faith
fix
fasten, attach
flor/i
flower
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots G
geo
geography
geographer
geology
earth
the science that tells about the earth
one who writes and makes maps about the earth
study of the earth's structure and formations, rocks and mine…
geo
earth
geography
the science that tells about the earth
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots T
trans
transport
transportation
transmit
across, change
to carry across
a system of carrying passengers or goods from one place to an…
to send across, to broadcast
trans
across, change
transport
to carry across
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots U
un
sub
urb, urbis
uni, unum
not, opposite of
near, below
city
one
un
not, opposite of
sub
near, below
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots V
re
e
viv,vit
verb
back
out
alive, life
word
re
back
e
out
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots I
il, ig, in, im, ir
inter
illegal
ignorant
not, without
between, among
not legal, prohibited by law
without knowledge or training
il, ig, in, im, ir
not, without
inter
between, among
21 terms
Greek and Latin roots J
jur, jus
jury
juror
justice
law
a group of 12 who are sworn to give a just verdict in a court…
one who serves on a jury in a court of law
a just judgment
jur, jus
law
jury
a group of 12 who are sworn to give a just verdict in a court…
54 terms
Greek/Latin Roots
lithos
verbum
bios
digitus
stone
word
life
finger, toe, inch
lithos
stone
verbum
word
19 terms
Greek and Latin roots C
cent
circum
chron
century
hundred, hundredth
around
time
a period of 100 years
cent
hundred, hundredth
circum
around
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots E
e
eject
erupt
emigrate
out
to throw out with force
to break or burst out violently
to move out of a country and settle in another
e
out
eject
to throw out with force
11 terms
Greek and Latin Root - spec
circumspect
inspect
introspection
perspective
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
to look at carefully in search of flaws
the act of looking into one's own thoughts and feelings
one way of looking at things
circumspect
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
inspect
to look at carefully in search of flaws
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - ped
biped
centipede
impediment
millipede
(n)- a creature with two feet
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
(n)- something that stands in ones way;an obstacle
(n)- a creature with 1,000 feet
biped
(n)- a creature with two feet
centipede
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
30 terms
Greek/Latin
hyper-
hypo-
epi-
ana-
over,above
under,below
on,outside
back,against
hyper-
over,above
hypo-
under,below
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots B
bio
biology
biography
autobiography
life, living things
the study of life
the story of one's life written by another
the story of one's life written by oneself
bio
life, living things
biology
the study of life
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
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots L
less
careless
fearless
hopeless
without
without care
without fear, unafraid
without hope or expectation
less
without
careless
without care
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
21 terms
Greek and Latin Roots H
hydr/o
nym
de
hom/o
water
word
down, remove
same
hydr/o
water
nym
word
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots D
dem/o
epi
dec
dict
people
among
ten, tenths
speak, say, word
dem/o
people
epi
among
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
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots A
aster
asterisk
astronomy
asteroid
Star
Star shaped mark
Scientific study of stars, moon, etc.
Planets in the shape of a star
aster
Star
asterisk
Star shaped mark
30 terms
Greek And latin
aqu-
auto-
bon-
dis-
water
self
good
apart
aqu-
water
auto-
self
Greek and Latin
aud
sens
cide
cred
hear
feel
kill
trust, believe
aud
hear
sens
feel
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 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 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 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 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 - port
port
portfolio
transport
support
carry
a case for carrying loose papers
to carry something from one place to another
to carry the weight of something
port
carry
portfolio
a case for carrying loose papers
20 terms
Greek/Latin Week 2
Emancipate
Manacles
Manager
Mandate
to set free; to lend a hand in freeing someone; to release fr…
hand cuffs
a person who has the upper hand; who is in charge of someone…
an order of command placed in one's hands
Emancipate
to set free; to lend a hand in freeing someone; to release fr…
Manacles
hand cuffs
6 terms
Latin Greek Week 9
expedite
impede
pedestal
metaphor
to speed up the progress of something; ... to cause the feet to…
to slow or stop the feet;... to limit movement or progress
a supporting base for a column, statue, vase
a figure of speech that carries a resemblance of one thing ov…
expedite
to speed up the progress of something; ... to cause the feet to…
impede
to slow or stop the feet;... to limit movement or progress
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
20 terms
Greek/Latin Week 6
bisect
dissect
insect
intersection
to cut in half or split down the middle
to cut apart for the purpose of investigation
a class of small arthropod animals that has three separate se…
place where at least two lines or roads cut across each other
bisect
to cut in half or split down the middle
dissect
to cut apart for the purpose of investigation
20 terms
Greek/Latin Week 5
dejected
eject
injection
interjection
sad; in low spirits; depressed; downcast
to throw out
A shot; the "throwing" of medicine into the body by a needle
A word thrown into a sentence or conversation
dejected
sad; in low spirits; depressed; downcast
eject
to throw out
20 terms
Greek/Latin Week 1
biped
centipede
impediment
millipede
a creature with two feet
a creature with 100 feet
something that stands in one's way; an obstacle
a creature with 1,000 feet
biped
a creature with two feet
centipede
a creature with 100 feet
11 terms
05 Greek and Latin Roots - ject
ject
dejected (adj)
eject (v)
injection (n)
throw
to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit
to throw out
a shot; the "throwing" of medicine into the body by a needle
ject
throw
dejected (adj)
to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit
11 terms
04 Greek and Latin Roots - dict
dict
contradict (v)
dictation (n)
dictator (n)
speak
to speak against; to say the opposite
what is written down as someone says it
a leader who speaks and rules with power
dict
speak
contradict (v)
to speak against; to say the opposite
10 terms
09 Greek and Latin Roots - graph
graph
autobiography (n)
autograph (n)
bibliography (n)
writing
writing about a person's life written by that person
the writing of one's own name
the written list of all the books used in a report or book
graph
writing
autobiography (n)
writing about a person's life written by that person
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots: "Dict"
predict
dictator
diction
contradict
to SAY what happens before it occurs
a leader who SPEAKS and rules with total power
the manner in which something is expressed in words. (WRITTEN…
to SPEAK against; to SAY the opposite.
predict
to SAY what happens before it occurs
dictator
a leader who SPEAKS and rules with total power
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: ject
dejected
eject
injection
interjection
to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit
to throw out
a shot; the "throwing" of medicine into the body by a needle
a word thrown into a sentence or conversation
dejected
to feel sad; to feel thrown down in spirit
eject
to throw out
10 terms
Greek and Latin bio=life
antibiotic
autobiography
biography
biologist
a medicine used to save lives because it destroys harmful bac…
a piece of writing written by a person about his or her own l…
a piece of writing about a person's life written by someone e…
a person who studies living things
antibiotic
a medicine used to save lives because it destroys harmful bac…
autobiography
a piece of writing written by a person about his or her own l…
31 terms
LATIN/GREEK
EU
TROPH
HETERO
UNI
TRUE
OBTAINS FOOD, NOURISH
OTHER OR DIFFERENT
SINGLE OR ONE
EU
TRUE
TROPH
OBTAINS FOOD, NOURISH
20 terms
Latin & Greek
Caecilius
est
in
horto
Caecilius
is
in
garden
Caecilius
Caecilius
est
is
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