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12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots, Unit 3
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
an ability; potential
captivate
to interest greatly; to charm
13 terms
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…
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
vis
therm
struct
aud
Latin root for see
Greek root for heat
Latin root for build
Latin root for hear
vis
Latin root for see
therm
Greek root for heat
25 terms
Greek Unit 3 Vocabulary
ἆθλον, ἄθλου, τό
ἀλλά (conj.)
ἀντί (prep.)
ἀρετή, ἀρετῆς, ἡ
prize
but
(+gen.) instead of
excellence, virtue
ἆθλον, ἄθλου, τό
prize
ἀλλά (conj.)
but
43 terms
Unit 3 Review - Greek and Latin Roots
ign / igni
pyro
aero
luc / lum / lus
fire (Latin)
heat, fire (Greek)
air, wind (Greek)
bright light (Latin)
ign / igni
fire (Latin)
pyro
heat, fire (Greek)
11 terms
Unit 3 Latin & Greek Roots
Legacy
Delegate
Agenda
Proactive
Body of ideas; achievements, and morals
To divide up; especially responsibilities
Plan of action; purpose
Seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
Legacy
Body of ideas; achievements, and morals
Delegate
To divide up; especially responsibilities
16 terms
Unit 3 Latin & Greek Roots
Pel/Puls
Jac/Ject
Mit/Mis
Mot/Mov
To push, to drive
To throw, to cast
Send
To move
Pel/Puls
To push, to drive
Jac/Ject
To throw, to cast
Unit 3 Latin & Greek Roots
CAP, CAPT, CIP
capacity
captivate
recipient
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
noun - an ability; potential
verb - to interest greatly; to charm
noun - a person who gets something
CAP, CAPT, CIP
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
capacity
noun - an ability; potential
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
11 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 3: To Know
commemorate
memorize
memorandum
memorabilia
(v.) to preserve, honor, or celebrate the memory of
(v.) to learn (something) so well that you are able to rememb…
(n.) a brief written note meant to remind
(n.) objects collected over a period of time that recall part…
commemorate
(v.) to preserve, honor, or celebrate the memory of
memorize
(v.) to learn (something) so well that you are able to rememb…
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
vis
heat
build
hear
see
therm
struct
aud
vis
see
heat
therm
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
Cap, Capt, Cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin; "seize,take,get"
N; An ability, potential
V; To interest greatly; to charm
N; A person who gets something
Cap, Capt, Cip
Latin; "seize,take,get"
Capacity
N; An ability, potential
20 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Unit 3 (week 3)
ped-
pedagogue
pedant
pediatrician
child, learning
a teacher
overly instructive; preachy; a schoolmaster
a doctor who specializes in medicine for children
ped-
child, learning
pedagogue
a teacher
10 terms
Greek 10: Unit 3
ἆθλον, ἄ̅θλου τό
ἀρετή, ἀρετῆς ἡ
Βουλή, βουλῆς ἡ
Δήμος, δήμου ὁ
2nd declension noun ... M: prize
1st declension noun... F: Excellence, virtue
1st declension noun... F:Will, council
2nd declension noun... M:The people
ἆθλον, ἄ̅θλου τό
2nd declension noun ... M: prize
ἀρετή, ἀρετῆς ἡ
1st declension noun... F: Excellence, virtue
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
16 terms
Unit 3- Greek Art & Architecture
Classical Themes
Classical Themes
Classical Themes
Classical Themes
more natural/ realistic
artists sign work
less of an "everyman" look
start to show movement
Classical Themes
more natural/ realistic
Classical Themes
artists sign work
Unit 3 Latin and Greek roots
Con
Auto
Graph
Port
Together
Self
Write or draw
Carry
Con
Together
Auto
Self
14 terms
Greek and Latin Roots unit 3
fac
ast
geo
rupt
make
star
earth
break
fac
make
ast
star
Unit 3 - Greek Key Words
ὅδε, ἥδε, τόδε (pron.)
τῇ (dat. fem. of ὁ)
ἀνήρ (m.)
λόγος (m.)
this
here, there
man
word, reason
ὅδε, ἥδε, τόδε (pron.)
this
τῇ (dat. fem. of ὁ)
here, there
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
television
vision
invisible
thermometer
transports visual images to your home
sense of sight
something that can't be seen
a tool to measure heat
television
transports visual images to your home
vision
sense of sight
12 terms
Greek/Latin Terms unit 3-4
vis, video
vor[e]
dic(t), voc, vok
scop,/spec, spic
to see
to eat
to speak, to call, voice
to look
vis, video
to see
vor[e]
to eat
8 terms
Unit 3 Ancient Greek
Macdonia
Attic
Pelopannnese
Crete
Northen moutin
Central plains region home of Athens
Southern rocky pensulna home of Corinth
Large marthdrean
Macdonia
Northen moutin
Attic
Central plains region home of Athens
22 terms
Greek and Latin Unit 3 (Condensed)
con, com
contra
circa
graph
with, together
against
around, circle
writing
con, com
with, together
contra
against
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
gnosis
agnostic
diagnosis
prognosis
knowledge
without knowledge of (God)
knowledge through examination
foreknowledge, expected outcome
gnosis
knowledge
agnostic
without knowledge of (God)
11 terms
Unit 3 Greek & Latin Words
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Apprehend
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
Capacity
an ability; potential
Captivate
to interest greatly; to charm
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
vis
heat
build
hear
see
therm
struct
aud
vis
see
heat
therm
12 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 3
Inhibit
Prohibit
Confound
Infuse
Get in the way
Prevent
Confuse
Inject
Inhibit
Get in the way
Prohibit
Prevent
12 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 3
abstain
confound
deplete
implement
to choose not to do something
confuse
To use up
To put into effect
abstain
to choose not to do something
confound
confuse
29 terms
unit 3 - Latin and Greek root
mot-/mov-/mob-
just-/jur-
her-/hes-
vid-/vis-
move (promote, immobile)
right, legal (justify, jury )
stick (coherent, cohesive)
see, notice (evidence, visible)
mot-/mov-/mob-
move (promote, immobile)
just-/jur-
right, legal (justify, jury )
19 terms
Greek Morphemes Unit 3
Centr; Center
Chrom
Chron
Cycle
Center; Middle
Color
Time
Circle
Centr; Center
Center; Middle
Chrom
Color
9 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
star
astr
rupt
meter, metr
astr
star
break, burst
measure
star
astr
astr
star
15 terms
Unit 3 Latin / Greek Roots
Cap, Capt, Cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
"to seize, take, get"
n. An ability; potential
v. To interest greatly; to charm
n. A person who gets something
Cap, Capt, Cip
"to seize, take, get"
Capacity
n. An ability; potential
Unit 3 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
an ability; potential
captivate
to interest greatly; to charm
12 terms
LA 10 Latin and Greek Roots IV Unit 3
remiss
dejected
dismissive
impulse
There was a heated debate over whether the cabinet official h…
I felt so ___________________________ when I did not get admi…
Although the champion golfer was ______________________ of hi…
Suddenly, Henry was seized by the ______________________ to l…
remiss
There was a heated debate over whether the cabinet official h…
dejected
I felt so ___________________________ when I did not get admi…
15 terms
Unit 3 Greek Roots
Dem
Demographics
Pandemic
Gen
people
"Picture of the people"; characteristics of a population
"Affecting all of the people"; affecting a large region or area
Type/origin
Dem
people
Demographics
"Picture of the people"; characteristics of a population
13 terms
Unit 3- Greek and Latin words
mem
ology
sci
memoir
mindful, recall (Latin)
study
to know
a written account in which someone describes their past exper…
mem
mindful, recall (Latin)
ology
study
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 3
prohibit
inhibit
suffuse
confound
to stop one from doing something; prevent
to get in the way of; hinder
to fill up from within; to spread throughout
to confuse and frustrate
prohibit
to stop one from doing something; prevent
inhibit
to get in the way of; hinder
20 terms
Greek Roots Unit 3
Analogy
Apology
Dialog
Epilogue
Words that draw comparisons and similarities
Words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
A conversation between two or more people; words shared betwe…
A short stime cation added to the end of a book, a short poem…
Analogy
Words that draw comparisons and similarities
Apology
Words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
14 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
cap, capt, cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin: to seize, take, get
Noun: an ability or potential
Verb: to interest greatly, to charm
Noun: a person who gets something
cap, capt, cip
Latin: to seize, take, get
Capacity
Noun: an ability or potential
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots unit 3
CAP, CAPT, CIP
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
"to seize, take, get"
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
CAP, CAPT, CIP
"to seize, take, get"
Capacity
an ability; potential
11 terms
Greek/Latin Vocab - Unit 3
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
person who gets something
to seize; arrest
capacity
an ability; potential
captivate
to interest greatly; to charm
40 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 3
A
A
AB
AD
(L.) away from
(G.) not, no
(L.) away from
(L.) toward
A
(L.) away from
A
(G.) not, no
15 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 3
CAP,CAPT,CIP
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin;"seize,take,get"
N; an ability, potential
V. to interest greatly;to charm
N. a person who gets something
CAP,CAPT,CIP
Latin;"seize,take,get"
Capacity
N; an ability, potential
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
cap, capt, cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
N; "an ability, potential"
V; "to greatly interest greatly; to charm
N; "A person who gets something"
cap, capt, cip
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
Capacity
N; "an ability, potential"
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
Cap, Capt, Cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
N; "an ability or potential"
V; "to charm; to interest greatly"
N; "A person who gets something"
Cap, Capt, Cip
Latin, "to seize, take, get"
Capacity
N; "an ability or potential"
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 3
Con
Auto
Graph
Port
Together
Self
Write
Carry
Con
Together
Auto
Self
60 terms
All Unit 3 Greek & Latin Roots
ped-
pedagogue
pedant
pediatrician
child, learning
a teacher
overly instructive; preachy; a schoolmaster
a doctor who specializes in medicine for children
ped-
child, learning
pedagogue
a teacher
11 terms
Unit 3 Latin and Greek Roots
CAPACITY
CAPTIVATE
RECIPIENT
APPREHEND
An ability; potential
To interest greatly; to charm
A person who gets something
To seize, to arrest
CAPACITY
An ability; potential
CAPTIVATE
To interest greatly; to charm
12 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
to catch or block
one who takes part
to come up with; imagine
intending to misled or trick
intercept
to catch or block
participant
one who takes part
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3
Cap, Capt, Cip
Capacity
Captivate
Recipient
Latin; "seize, take, get"
N; An ability, potential
V; to interest greatly; to charm
N; a person who gets something
Cap, Capt, Cip
Latin; "seize, take, get"
Capacity
N; An ability, potential
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