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15 terms
Unit 20 Greek and Latin Roots
Magn
magnitude
magnate
Maxim
large, great
noun, greatness of size, strength, or importance
noun, an important, powerful person in business
largest, greatest
Magn
large, great
magnitude
noun, greatness of size, strength, or importance
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
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 1, Unit 20
ideal-
idealistic
ideal
idealize
Latin: IDEALIS, "perfect
(adj.) believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
(adj.) perfectly suitable
(v.) to think of as perfect
ideal-
Latin: IDEALIS, "perfect
idealistic
(adj.) believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 20
Ideal
Idealize
Conscience
Scientific
adj. Perfectly suitable
v. To think of as perfect
n. The part of the mind which tells the difference between ri…
adj. Based on proven facts
Ideal
adj. Perfectly suitable
Idealize
v. To think of as perfect
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
idealistic
ideal
idealize
conscience
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
perfectly suitable
to think of as perfect
the part of the mind which tells the difference between right…
idealistic
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
ideal
perfectly suitable
5 terms
Unit 20 - Greek and Latin Roots
Admonition
Premonition
Counsel
Conciliatory
Gentle scolding
A vision; a warning of something before it happens
To advise; make a suggestion to; advice
Intended to lessen another's anger
Admonition
Gentle scolding
Premonition
A vision; a warning of something before it happens
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
15 terms
Unit 20 Greek and Latin Roots
Magn
magnitude
magnate
Maxim
large, great (Latin)
noun, greatness of size, strength, or importance
noun, an important, powerful person in business
largest, greatest (Latin)
Magn
large, great (Latin)
magnitude
noun, greatness of size, strength, or importance
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminish
Greatness of size, strength, or importance... Synonym: Significa…
An important, powerful person in business... Synonym: Baron... Anti…
A brief statement that conveys a general truth
To make smaller; lessen... Synonym: Reduce... Antinomy: Add to, build
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance... Synonym: Significa…
Magnate
An important, powerful person in business... Synonym: Baron... Anti…
15 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 20
magn
max
min
micro
large, great
largest, greatest
less
small
magn
large, great
max
largest, greatest
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 20 book 5
mun (munus, munerus)
munificent
remunerate
mun (communis)
payment, gift, resource, public work
generous; giving
to compensate; pay
common
mun (munus, munerus)
payment, gift, resource, public work
munificent
generous; giving
Unit 20 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
idealistic
ideal
idealize
conscience
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
perfectly suitable
to think of as perfect
the part of the mind which tells the difference between right…
idealistic
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
ideal
perfectly suitable
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 20 - book 4
mon
admonition
premonition
monitor
to warn
gentle scolding
a vision; a warning of something before it happens
someone who gives a warning so that a mistake can be avoided
mon
to warn
admonition
gentle scolding
15 terms
Unit 20 Latin and Greek Roots: English IV
MAGN
MAXIM
MIN
MICRO
large, great
largest, greatest
to lessen
small
MAGN
large, great
MAXIM
largest, greatest
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminish
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
An important, powerful person in business
A brief statement that conveys a general truth
To make smaller; lessen
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
Magnate
An important, powerful person in business
13 terms
Unit 20 -- Greek & Latin roots (pink book)
medium (adj)
median (n)
mediocre (adj)
mediate (v)
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
not very good, but not very bad either
to work with opposing sides in an argument in order to bring…
medium (adj)
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc
median (n)
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
15 terms
UNIT 20 GREEK and LATIN ROOTS
Ideal
Idealistic
Ideal
Idealize
perfect
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
perfectly suitable
to think of as perfect
Ideal
perfect
Idealistic
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots:Unit 20
Medium
Median
Mediocre
Mediate
(adj) -In the middle of a range of possible sizes,amounts,etc.
(n) -A mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a…
(Adj) -Not Very Good,but not very bad either.
(V) -To work with opposing sides in an argument in order to b…
Medium
(adj) -In the middle of a range of possible sizes,amounts,etc.
Median
(n) -A mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a…
11 terms
Book VI, Unit 20- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
tightly limiting; severe
a limit or restraint
recognition or respect from others
to hold in or keep back by force; conf…
stringent
stricture
prestige
constrain
tightly limiting; severe
stringent
a limit or restraint
stricture
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 20
medium
median
mediocre
mediate
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc.
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
not very good, but not very bad either
to work with opposing sides in an argument in order to bring…
medium
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc.
median
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
15 terms
Unit 20 Latin and Greek Roots: ENG III
certify
idea
scientific
savor
To prove true or good; declare correct
Perfectly suitable
Based on proven facts
To take time to enjoy
certify
To prove true or good; declare correct
idea
Perfectly suitable
14 terms
Latin & Greek Roots: Book IV (4) - Unit 20
Admonition
Premonition
Counsel
Conciliatory
gentle scolding
a vision; a warning of something before it happens
to advise; make a suggestion to; advice
intended to lessen another's anger
Admonition
gentle scolding
Premonition
a vision; a warning of something before it happens
11 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots - Book I, Unit 20
idealistic
ideal
idealize
conscience
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
perfectly suitable
to think of as perfect
the part of the mind which tells the difference between right…
idealistic
believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect world
ideal
perfectly suitable
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 20
Magn
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Large, great
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
An important, powerful person in business
Largest, greatest
Magn
Large, great
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Greatness of size, strength, or import…
An important, poweful person in bussin…
A brief statement that conveys a gener…
To make smaller, lessen
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminish
Greatness of size, strength, or import…
Magnitude
An important, poweful person in bussin…
Magnate
16 terms
Unit 20: Latin and Greek Roots
magnitude
magnate
maxim
diminish
greatness of size, strength, or importance
an important, powerful person in business
a brief statement that conveys a general truth
to make smaller; lessen
magnitude
greatness of size, strength, or importance
magnate
an important, powerful person in business
15 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Unit 20
Ideal
Scien
Sav
Cert
perfect
to know
To know
to decide, determine, determined, fixed, certain
Ideal
perfect
Scien
to know
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
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminsh
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
An important, powerful person in business
A brief statement that conveys a general truth
To make smaller; Lessen
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
Magnate
An important, powerful person in business
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
string, strict, strain
stringent
stricture
prestige
to bind, to press
tightly limiting; severe
a limit or restraint
recognition or respect from others
string, strict, strain
to bind, to press
stringent
tightly limiting; severe
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 20
deign
disdain
indignant
appreciative
v. to lower oneself to do something; condescend
n. scorn
adj. unworthy
adj. expressing or feeling thankfulness
deign
v. to lower oneself to do something; condescend
disdain
n. scorn
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 20
MAGN
Magnitude
Magnate
MAXIM
"large, great"
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
An important, powerful person in business
"largest, greatest"
MAGN
"large, great"
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Admonition
Premonitoin
Counsel
Conciliatory
gentle scolding
a vision; warning of something before it happens
1. to advise; make a suggestion to... 2. advice
intended to lesson anothers's anger
Admonition
gentle scolding
Premonitoin
a vision; warning of something before it happens
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
munificent
remunerate
communal
excommunicate
(adj.) generous; giving
(v.) to compensate; pay
(adj.) shared by the people of a community; public
(v.) to exclude from membership in a group
munificent
(adj.) generous; giving
remunerate
(v.) to compensate; pay
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 20
deign
disdain
indignant
appreciative
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
scorn
angry at something unfair
expressing or feeling thankfulness
deign
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
disdain
scorn
13 terms
Latin & Greek Roots: Unit 20
admonition
premonition
premonition
counsel
gentle scolding
a vision
a warning of something before it happens
to advise
admonition
gentle scolding
premonition
a vision
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminish
Greatness of size, strength, or importamce
An important, powerful person in business
A brief statement that conveys a general truth
To make smaller; lessen
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importamce
Magnate
An important, powerful person in business
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Deign
Disdain
Indignant
Appreciative
To lower oneself to do something; condescend
Scorn
Angry at something thought t be wrong
Expressing or feeling thankfulness
Deign
To lower oneself to do something; condescend
Disdain
Scorn
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Maxim
Diminish
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
An important, powerful person in business
A brief statement that conveys a general truth
To make smaller; lessen
Magnitude
Greatness of size, strength, or importance
Magnate
An important, powerful person in business
10 terms
Unit 20 Greek and Latin Roots
medium
median
mediocre
mediate
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc.
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
not very good, but not very bad either
to work with opposing sides in an argument in order to bring…
medium
in the middle of a range of possible sizes, amounts, etc.
median
a mathematical term that refers to the middle value in a seri…
15 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 20
magn
max
min
micro
large, great
largest, greatest
less
small
magn
large, great
max
largest, greatest
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 20
Magnitude
Magnate
Diminish
Miniscule
greatness of size, strength, or importance
an important, powerful person in business
to make smaller; lessen
tiny
Magnitude
greatness of size, strength, or importance
Magnate
an important, powerful person in business
42 terms
Unit 20 Latin and Greek Roots
/deign/
(dis)/dain/
(in)/dign/ant
disdain- dis:
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
scorn
angry at something thought to be wrong
apart, away from
/deign/
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
(dis)/dain/
scorn
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
15 terms
Unit 20-Latin and Greek Roots
Idealistic
Ideal
Idealize
Conscience
Believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect
Perfectly suitable
To think of as perfect
The part of the mind which tells the difference between right…
Idealistic
Believing in the idea of perfection or a perfect
Ideal
Perfectly suitable
11 terms
Greek & Latin roots book vi unit 20
Stringent
Stricture
Prestige
Constrain
Tightly limiting; severe
A limit or restraint
Recognition or respect from others
To hold in or keep back by force; confine
Stringent
Tightly limiting; severe
Stricture
A limit or restraint
10 terms
Latin And Greek Roots: Book 3, Unit 20
magnitude
magnate
maxim
diminish
greatness of size, strength, and importance
an important, powerful person in business
a brief statement that conveys a general truth
to make smaller; lessen
magnitude
greatness of size, strength, and importance
magnate
an important, powerful person in business
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 5 Unit 20
Munificent
Renumerate
Communal
Excummunicate
Generous; giving
To compensate; pay
Shared by people of a community; public
To exclude from a membership in a group
Munificent
Generous; giving
Renumerate
To compensate; pay
10 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Book III Unit 20
magnitude
magnate
maxim
diminish
n. Greatness of size, strength, or importance
n. An important, powerful person in business
n. A brief statement that conveys a general truth
v. To make smaller; lessen
magnitude
n. Greatness of size, strength, or importance
magnate
n. An important, powerful person in business
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Grade 10 Unit 20
Roots:
MON
Admonition
Premonition
...
To warn
Gentle Scolding
A vision; Warning of something before it happens
Roots:
...
MON
To warn
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