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17 terms
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
15 terms
Greek Vocabulary Unit 12
therm
hydr
hygr
bar
heat
water
moisture
weight; pressure
therm
heat
hydr
water
12 terms
Biblical Greek Unit 12
ἀποθνῄσκω
ἀποκτείνω
εὐχαριστέω
καθίζω
die
kill, destroy
thank, give thanks (Eucharist)
sit, cause to sit (cathedral)
ἀποθνῄσκω
die
ἀποκτείνω
kill, destroy
10 terms
Unit 12 greek and latin vocab
Capitalize
Decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1. having to do with the mouth... 2. spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
Capitalize
to make the best of
Decapitate
to remove the head of
12 terms
Greek Roots Unit 12
CHRON
COGN
DUR
FAL
time
get to know
hard
to deceive
CHRON
time
COGN
get to know
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
To make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
To make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
20 terms
Greek Key Words - Unit 12
ἕνεκα
χόρος
πολεμεω
πρό
on account of
boy
to make war
before
ἕνεκα
on account of
χόρος
boy
10 terms
Greek Latin unit 12
Bicycle
Bilingual
Biannual
Duet
A vehicle with two wheels
Able to speak and understand two different languages
Happening twice a year
Music that is performed by two musicians
Bicycle
A vehicle with two wheels
Bilingual
Able to speak and understand two different languages
35 terms
Greek Unit 12 Vocab
-, ἀλλήλων
άνα-
γραφεύς, γραφέως, ὁ
γραφική, γραφικῆς, ἡ
one another
up, up to
writer, painter
writing, painting
-, ἀλλήλων
one another
άνα-
up, up to
32 terms
Greek Vocab Unit 12
One Another
Up, Up To
Writer; Painter
Writing; Painting
Blank, ἀλλήλων
ἀνα
γραφεύς, γραφέως, ὁ
γραφική, γραφικῆς, ἡ
One Another
Blank, ἀλλήλων
Up, Up To
ἀνα
10 terms
Biblical Greek A Unit 12
ἐντολή, ‐ῆς, ἡ
λῃστής, ‐οῦ, ὁ
προφήτης, ‐ου, ὁ
Σαμαρίτης, ‐ου, ὁ
commandment, order
robber, plunderer
prophet
Samaritan man
ἐντολή, ‐ῆς, ἡ
commandment, order
λῃστής, ‐οῦ, ὁ
robber, plunderer
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
13 terms
Greek morphemes unit 12
Athl
Dox
Kine
Ped
Prize
Belief; opinion
Movement
Child; instruction
Athl
Prize
Dox
Belief; opinion
59 terms
Greek Grammar Unit 12
Present Indicative Active -μι First Pe…
Present Indicative Active -μι Second P…
Present Indicative Active -μι Third Pe…
Present Indicative Active -μι First Pe…
μι
ς
σι(ν)
μεν
Present Indicative Active -μι First Pe…
μι
Present Indicative Active -μι Second P…
ς
12 terms
Greek/Latin Vocab Unit 12
capitalize
capitulate
oration
manipulate
to make the best of
to surrender or stop resisting
a grand, formal speech
to handle or control, usually skillfully
capitalize
to make the best of
capitulate
to surrender or stop resisting
14 terms
Greek/Latin Unit 12 Vocabulary
mim
siml
mimic
mime
same
same or like
to copy or imitate something
a type of clown or comedian that uses actions and movement to…
mim
same
siml
same or like
Unit 12 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, r…
the art of public speaking
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
capitalize
to remove the head of
decapitate
16 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek
Ultima
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
last
surpassing all others; definitive
just before the final; next to last
A demand or threat that is final
Ultima
last
Ultimate
surpassing all others; definitive
Unit 12 greek vocab
capitalize
Decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1) haveing to do with the mouth... 2) spoken,rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
Decapitate
to remove the head of
54 terms
Greek Unit 12
ύστερα
σχεδόν
οι εξετάσεις
οι δικοί μου
after
almost
the exams
my parents
ύστερα
after
σχεδόν
almost
10 terms
Greek and Latin Unit 12
cis
incision
excise
incisor
cut
surgical cut
delete or remove surgically
flat sharp front tooth
cis
cut
incision
surgical cut
17 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek Roots
Ultimus
Finis
Novus
Primus
last
end, border, limit
new
first
Ultimus
last
Finis
end, border, limit
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Unit 12: It Takes Two
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
able to speak and understand two languages
happening twice a year
a piece of music that is performed by two singers or musicians
bicycle
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
bilingual
able to speak and understand two languages
35 terms
Greek Unit 12
—, ἀλλήλων
ἀνα-
γραφεύς, γραφέως, ὁ
γραφική, φραφικῆς, ἡ
one another
up, up to
writer; painter
writing; painting
—, ἀλλήλων
one another
ἀνα-
up, up to
69 terms
Unit 12 (Greek)
ἀλλήλων (gen)... ἀλλήλοις (dat)... ἀλλήλους…
ἀνα-
γραφεύς, γραφέως, ὁ
γραφική, γραφικῆς, ἡ
one another (only found in plural)
up, up to
writer; painter
writing; painting
ἀλλήλων (gen)... ἀλλήλοις (dat)... ἀλλήλους…
one another (only found in plural)
ἀνα-
up, up to
10 terms
6th Greek/Latin II Roots Unit 12
dromos
mons, montis
humus
folium
running, race course
mountain
earth
leaf
dromos
running, race course
mons, montis
mountain
10 terms
Greek & Latin Unit 12: It Takes Two
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
able to speak and understand two languages
happening twice a year
a piece of music that is performed by two singers or musicians
bicycle
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
bilingual
able to speak and understand two languages
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
CAPITA
Capitalize
Decapitate
ORA
head
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
(v) to remove the head of... syn: behead
mouth
CAPITA
head
Capitalize
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
9 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
agri-, egri
aqu-
bronch-
cap-, -cip-, capt-, -cept
field
water
windpipe
Hold, take
agri-, egri
field
aqu-
water
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
adj. Giving totaly attention to; captivated
adj. Hidden or secret; done without notice
adj. Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
adj. Giving totaly attention to; captivated
12 terms
Greek & Latin roots Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy; ferocious, demanding
Giving total attention to; captivated, caught up in
Hidden or secret; done without notice; sneaky, unauthorized
Able to be noticed or felt; observable, evident, visible
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy; ferocious, demanding
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated, caught up in
9 terms
Unit 12 Greek & Latin Roots
TERRA
TERRAIN
TERRARIUM
GEO
earth
a stretch of land, especially with regard to... its physical fe…
a tank for smaller land animals
earth
TERRA
earth
TERRAIN
a stretch of land, especially with regard to... its physical fe…
Unit 12: Latin & Greek Roots
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth
the art of public speaking
Capitalize
to make the best of
Decapitate
to remove the head of
12 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
10 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek Roots
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
To make the best
To remove the head of
Having to do with the mouth
The art of public speaking
Capitalize
To make the best
Decapitate
To remove the head of
59 terms
CLA201 - Greek Unit 12
ostrakon
oon
oophoron
op-
shell
egg, ovum
ovary
to see
ostrakon
shell
oon
egg, ovum
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
10 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 12
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
V. To make the best of
V. To remove the head of
Adj. having to do with the mouth
N. The art of public speaking
Capitalize
V. To make the best of
Decapitate
V. To remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
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
Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
13 terms
Greek/Latin Words - Unit 12
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
(n) - a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushin…
(adj) - able to speak and understand two languages
(adj) - happening twice a year
(n) - a piece of music that is performed by two singers or mu…
bicycle
(n) - a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushin…
bilingual
(adj) - able to speak and understand two languages
10 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek root words
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
vehicle with 2 wheels
able to understand and speak 2 languages
happens twice a year
2 people sing or play music
bicycle
vehicle with 2 wheels
bilingual
able to understand and speak 2 languages
14 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
mim
siml
mimic
mime
same
same or like
to copy or imitate something
a type of clown or comedian who uses only actions and movemen…
mim
same
siml
same or like
20 terms
Unit 12 Greek and Latin Root Words
cryo
cryosurgery
meso
mesosphere
cold
a medical operation performed involving extreme cold
middle
the middle layer of the atmosphere
cryo
cold
cryosurgery
a medical operation performed involving extreme cold
14 terms
Unit 12, Greek & Latin roots
Capita
Capitalize
Decapitate
Ora
Latin "head"
to make the best of
to remove the head of
Latin "mouth"
Capita
Latin "head"
Capitalize
to make the best of
16 terms
Vocabulary from Greek & Latin Roots (IV) Unit 12
ULTIMA
FIN
NOV
PRIM
last
end, border, limit
new
first
ULTIMA
last
FIN
end, border, limit
12 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
RAP
Rapacious
Rapt
Surrtitious
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM "to snatch"... Latin RAPAX "greedy, devouri…
Seizing everything; greedy... Synonym: Demanding... Antonym: Giving
Giving total attention to; captivated... Synonym: Fascinated... Ant…
Hidden or secret; done without notice... Synonym: Stealthy... Anton…
RAP
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM "to snatch"... Latin RAPAX "greedy, devouri…
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy... Synonym: Demanding... Antonym: Giving
11 terms
Unit 12 Greek & Latin Roots It Takes 2
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
bicycle
bilingual
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