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US History vocabulary words - 3
Impeach
Import
Independence
Industry
to bring a formal charge of wrongdoing against a president or…
to bring in (merchandise, goods, etc.) from a foreign country…
freedom from the control, influence, support, aid, or the lik…
trade or manufacture in general
Impeach
to bring a formal charge of wrongdoing against a president or…
Import
to bring in (merchandise, goods, etc.) from a foreign country…
8 terms
History Vocabulary Words #3
Shinto
Kami
Shaman
Ritual
a Japanese religion that incorporates the worship of ancestor…
an all-powerful being in the Shinto religion
a person that has access to and some control over the world o…
a religious ceremony with a series of actions performed accor…
Shinto
a Japanese religion that incorporates the worship of ancestor…
Kami
an all-powerful being in the Shinto religion
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History #3 vocabulary words
Logic
Rhetoric
Comedies
Assimilated
Rational thinking.
Art of skillful speaking.
In ancient Greece they were plays that mock people or social…
Absorb adapt another culture.
Logic
Rational thinking.
Rhetoric
Art of skillful speaking.
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History Ch. 3 Vocabulary Words
Monotheism
Tribe
Torah
Covenant
the belief in only one God
seprate family groups
laws from God; first part of the Hebrew Bible
an agreement with God
Monotheism
the belief in only one God
Tribe
seprate family groups
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History-Unit 3 Vocabulary Words
Mauryan Empire
Asoka
Religious Toleration
Tamil
The first empire in India, founded by Chandragupta Maurya In…
Ruler of Mauryan Empire who converted to Buddhism and put the…
acceptance of religious differences
language spoken in Southern India and also the people of Sout…
Mauryan Empire
The first empire in India, founded by Chandragupta Maurya In…
Asoka
Ruler of Mauryan Empire who converted to Buddhism and put the…
20 terms
US History Vocabulary Set #3 - Words 41 - 60
Trusts/monopolies/trust-busting:
Initiative/referendum/recall:
Theodore Roosevelt:
Muckraker:
Trusts and Monopolies are big businesses that completely cont…
These are important Progressive political/governmental reform…
Famous before he was President for his actions in the Spanish…
writers who wanted to expose to the public that terrible thin…
Trusts/monopolies/trust-busting:
Trusts and Monopolies are big businesses that completely cont…
Initiative/referendum/recall:
These are important Progressive political/governmental reform…
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1.3 history vocabulary words
Great famine
Black death
Renaissance
Reformation
Widespread food shortage that killed thousands of Europeans.
Deadly disease that spread through your app in the 14th centu…
Time of increased interest in art and learning in Europe.
Movement that divided the church between Catholics and Protes…
Great famine
Widespread food shortage that killed thousands of Europeans.
Black death
Deadly disease that spread through your app in the 14th centu…
20 terms
US History Vocabulary Set #3 - Words 41 - 60
Trusts/monopolies/trust-busting:
Initiative/referendum/recall:
Theodore Roosevelt:
Muckraker:
Trusts and Monopolies are big businesses that completely cont…
These are important Progressive political/governmental reform…
Famous before he was President for his actions in the Spanish…
writers who wanted to expose to the public that terrible thin…
Trusts/monopolies/trust-busting:
Trusts and Monopolies are big businesses that completely cont…
Initiative/referendum/recall:
These are important Progressive political/governmental reform…
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Ch. 3 Vocabulary Words HISTORY
Manifest
Destiny
Irrelevant
Upheaval
To make evident or certain by showing or displaying
Something in which a person or thing is bound to receive
Not relevant, besides the point
An instance of violent agitation or change
Manifest
To make evident or certain by showing or displaying
Destiny
Something in which a person or thing is bound to receive
49 terms
Word History Topic 3 Vocabulary
Subcontinent
Plateau
Monsoon
Harappa
Large landmass that juts out from a comtinent
Raised area of level land
Seasonal wind that regularly blows from a certain direction f…
Large ancient city of the Indus civilization, located in pres…
Subcontinent
Large landmass that juts out from a comtinent
Plateau
Raised area of level land
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World History Vocabulary Words #3
laconic
incipient
benign
harangue
using few words
beginning to exist or appear
having a kindly disposition
a long, passionate, and vehement speech
laconic
using few words
incipient
beginning to exist or appear
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History Chapter 3 Vocabulary Words
Buddha (6th century BCE)
Alexander the Great (327-325 BCE)
Himilayas (Indian Civilization)
Monsoon (Indian Civilization)
Creator of Buddhism; created a major Indian and Asian religion
Successor of Philip II conquered Persian Empire and attempted…
Mountain region marking northern border of Indian subcontinen…
Seasonal winds crossing Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asi…
Buddha (6th century BCE)
Creator of Buddhism; created a major Indian and Asian religion
Alexander the Great (327-325 BCE)
Successor of Philip II conquered Persian Empire and attempted…
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History Cycle 3 Vocabulary Words
Renaissance
Humanism
Perspective
Vernacular
A period in Europe from the 1300's to the 1700's, and it is c…
A cultural movement in the Renaissance that revived interest…
A way to represent depth in drawing
The common language spoken in a region or area
Renaissance
A period in Europe from the 1300's to the 1700's, and it is c…
Humanism
A cultural movement in the Renaissance that revived interest…
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# 3 Art History Vocabulary Words
Avant-Garde
Japonisme
Modernism
Impressionism
late 19th and 20th century artists who emphasized innovation…
the French fascination with all things Japanese
an art movement that sought to capture images and sensibiliti…
art movement that sought to capture a fleeing moment, thereby…
Avant-Garde
late 19th and 20th century artists who emphasized innovation…
Japonisme
the French fascination with all things Japanese
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Ch. 3 Vocabulary Words For History
City-State
Cuneiform
Empire
Reign
Cities and the surrounding territories
Sumerian writing made up of wedge-shaped signs
Territories governed by a single ruler of nation
Period of power
City-State
Cities and the surrounding territories
Cuneiform
Sumerian writing made up of wedge-shaped signs
Unit 3 History Vocabulary words
Representive
Amendment
Northwest Ordinance
Bi-cameral
Someone chosen by the people to speak for them in the governm…
Any change to the constitution.
Created a system of admitting new states into the US as equal…
A two house governing body. Congress and Senate together make…
Representive
Someone chosen by the people to speak for them in the governm…
Amendment
Any change to the constitution.
19 terms
Vocabulary - American History 3
Organized
Farm
School
New York
Organized
Farm
10 terms
Lesson 3 history vocabulary words
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected from a book, play, price of music etc.
Cheerful; happy
1.To free from blame. ... 2. To relieve of a task.
Excessive.
Excerpt
A passage selected from a book, play, price of music etc.
Exhilarate
Cheerful; happy
19 terms
History Unit 3 Vocabulary Words
Amend
Check and balances
Separation of powers
Executive branch
To change or revise
A system by which each branch of government limits power of o…
A principal by which powers are divided among different branc…
Branch of government executes, or carries out, the law
Amend
To change or revise
Check and balances
A system by which each branch of government limits power of o…
35 terms
Chapter 3 History Vocabulary Words
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured Servants
The first permanent English settlement in North America
He took control of the colony and built a fort in 1608
Daughter of the Powhatan leader, John Rolfe's wife
The servants who signed a contract to work for four to seven…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America
John Smith
He took control of the colony and built a fort in 1608
10 terms
History vocabulary words chapter 3
charter
joint-stock company
Puritan
Separatists
a document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
a company in which investors buy stock in the company in retu…
protestants that wanted to reform the Anglican church
those who wanted to leave and set up their own church
charter
a document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
joint-stock company
a company in which investors buy stock in the company in retu…
22 terms
Chapter 3 History Vocabulary Words
tributary
plateau
alluvial plain
silt
a river that flows into a larger river
a high, flat area of land
a low, flat land formed from fine soil left behind by streams
soil and tiny rocks carried or deposited on the land by flood…
tributary
a river that flows into a larger river
plateau
a high, flat area of land
18 terms
Chapter 3 vocabulary words (History)
Matrilineal
Clan
Dhow
Fee
Refers to a group that traces decent through mothers rather t…
Group of families related by blood or marriage
An Arab sailboat
Money paid for service
Matrilineal
Refers to a group that traces decent through mothers rather t…
Clan
Group of families related by blood or marriage
29 terms
History-chapter 3 vocabulary words
rheumatism
demise
Gallicanism
papal supremacy
a sickness characterized by swelling and pain in muscles or j…
death or an end to existence
the idea that the king or secular head of government is in mo…
the doctrine that the pope is supreme or sovereign head of th…
rheumatism
a sickness characterized by swelling and pain in muscles or j…
demise
death or an end to existence
Chapter 3 vocabulary words history
Monotheism
Covenant
Phoenicians
Prophet
The belief in one god
Agreement
lived in city's along the Mediterranean sea.
person who claims to be instructed by god to share gods word
Monotheism
The belief in one god
Covenant
Agreement
28 terms
History Chapter 3 Vocabulary Words
The Battle of New Orleans
Missouri Compromise
Annexation of Texas
Manifest Destiny
Victory won by Andrew Jackson at the end of the War of 1812;…
a compromise to maintain the balance between slave and free s…
After Texas won its independence from Mexico, many in the US…
the belief that it was God's sovereign will for the US to exp…
The Battle of New Orleans
Victory won by Andrew Jackson at the end of the War of 1812;…
Missouri Compromise
a compromise to maintain the balance between slave and free s…
26 terms
Chapter 3 vocabulary words for history
Canal
City-state
Cuneiform
Fertile Crescent
Human-made waterways
It is consisted of a city and all the countryside around it/…
The world's first system of writing. They used clay tablets a…
A large arch of rich,or fertile, farming land from the Persia…
Canal
Human-made waterways
City-state
It is consisted of a city and all the countryside around it/…
15 terms
La history chapter 3 vocabulary words
Goods
Services
Consumer
Producer
Physical items such as food, clothing, cars, and homes.
Activities people do for others for a fee, examples include m…
One who buys or uses goods and services.
The person or business that uses resources to make goods or p…
Goods
Physical items such as food, clothing, cars, and homes.
Services
Activities people do for others for a fee, examples include m…
41 terms
History Vocabulary Words Test #3
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
Social Contract
Enlightenment
A document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
A document that declared the supremacy of Parliament. Passed…
Between political rulers and the people they ruled. Different…
A philosophical movement that emphasized the use of reason to…
Magna Carta
A document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
English Bill of Rights
A document that declared the supremacy of Parliament. Passed…
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SCHS: World History Unit 3 Vocabulary Words
John Locke
philosophe
Montesquieu
separation of powers
English philosopher who argued that people's minds were molde…
French for "philosopher"; applied to all intellectuals - writ…
a French noble who studied governments and created the idea o…
a form of government in which the executive, legislative, and…
John Locke
English philosopher who argued that people's minds were molde…
philosophe
French for "philosopher"; applied to all intellectuals - writ…
Texas History - Unit 3 Spanish Colonial Vocabulary Words
Mission
Presidio
contraband
catechism
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
smuggled goods
a set of questions and answers about Catholic beliefs
Mission
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
Presidio
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
15 terms
Iowa History - Chapter 3 Vocabulary Words
claim
colony
descendants
empire
recognizing or declaring that a piece of land belongs to some…
group of people of the same nationality, religion, or interes…
person who has descended from a specific ancestor
group of territories or nations headed by a single supreme au…
claim
recognizing or declaring that a piece of land belongs to some…
colony
group of people of the same nationality, religion, or interes…
15 terms
U.S History Unit 3 Vocabulary Words
Proclamation
Merchantilism
Imperialism
Parliament
a public or official announcement, especially one dealing wit…
belief in the benefits of profitable trading.
a policy of extending a country's power and influence by some…
the highest legislature, consisting of the sovereign, the Hou…
Proclamation
a public or official announcement, especially one dealing wit…
Merchantilism
belief in the benefits of profitable trading.
5 terms
history vocab words #3
Mission
Presidio
Caste System
Mestizo
a religious settlement
(in Spain and Spanish America) a fortified military settlement.
is a class structure that is determined by birth. Loosely, it…
(in Latin America) a man of mixed race, especially the offspr…
Mission
a religious settlement
Presidio
(in Spain and Spanish America) a fortified military settlement.
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Texas History - Unit 3 Spanish Colonial Vocabulary Words
Presidio
epidemic
establish
criollos
Presidio a Spanish fort that protects a mission.
the rapid spread of a disease in a short time
to settle
Spaniards born in the Americas
Presidio
Presidio a Spanish fort that protects a mission.
epidemic
the rapid spread of a disease in a short time
34 terms
History: Vocabulary Words For Final 1-3
Migration
Immigration
Emigration
Hominid
Movement of people with intention to resettle
the movement of non-native people into a country in order to…
to leave one country or region to settle in another; migrate:
Homo Habilis and Homo Erectus are example of this.
Migration
Movement of people with intention to resettle
Immigration
the movement of non-native people into a country in order to…
14 terms
Alabama History Vocabulary Words Week 3
Rim
Plateau
Ridge
Environment
The edge of something round.
A large area of flat land that is higher than the land around…
A long area of high land.
All the surrounding things, such as air, land, and water and…
Rim
The edge of something round.
Plateau
A large area of flat land that is higher than the land around…
13 terms
Chp. 3 vocabulary words World history
Subcontinent
Monsoon
Veneration
Vedas
Large landmass that juts out from a continent
Seasonal wind that regularly blows from a certain direction f…
Special regard
A collection of prayers, hymns, and other religious teachings…
Subcontinent
Large landmass that juts out from a continent
Monsoon
Seasonal wind that regularly blows from a certain direction f…
23 terms
Texas History - Unit 3 Spanish Colonial Vocabulary Words
Mission
Presidio
epidemic
cede
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
the rapid spread of a disease in a short time
to formally give up ownership of something
Mission
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
Presidio
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
29 terms
10.1-10.3 history vocabulary words
Bedouins
Mecca
Yathrib
Hijra
A desert swelling arab nomad
A city in western Saudi Arabia; birthplace of Muhammad; holy…
Final destination of Muhammads Hijra and home of the first co…
Muhammads journey from Mecca to medina in 622
Bedouins
A desert swelling arab nomad
Mecca
A city in western Saudi Arabia; birthplace of Muhammad; holy…
10 terms
Week 3 vocabulary U.S. History words
New England colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Cash Crops
These colonies came to America seeking religious freedom. The…
The four middle colonies were New York, Pennsylvania, Ne Jers…
The five southern colonies were Maryland, Virginia, North Car…
Here the soil and the hot, wet climate were ideal for growing…
New England colonies
These colonies came to America seeking religious freedom. The…
Middle Colonies
The four middle colonies were New York, Pennsylvania, Ne Jers…
9 terms
HISTORY & CONTENT VOCABULARY #3
POLICY
RATIFICATION
RECONSTRUCTION
RELIGION
a rule or law that is developed through a process that includ…
the formal approval of the U.S. Constitution by the states.
the period from 1856-1877 after the Civil War when the federa…
A personal or institutionalized system grounded in such belie…
POLICY
a rule or law that is developed through a process that includ…
RATIFICATION
the formal approval of the U.S. Constitution by the states.
31 terms
World History - Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Indo-Europeans
steppes
migration
Hittites
group of semi nomadic people
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
movements of a people from one region to another
Indo-European speakers who formed an empire which combined id…
Indo-Europeans
group of semi nomadic people
steppes
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
36 terms
Vocabulary Unit 3-- Dandelion Wine+history words
apprehensive (adj.)
precarious (adj.)
sparse (adj.)
overwrought (adj.)
fearful about the future; uneasy
Dangerously lacking in stability
occurring at widely spread intervals
nervous or excited
apprehensive (adj.)
fearful about the future; uneasy
precarious (adj.)
Dangerously lacking in stability
11 terms
History Ch. 3 Vocabulary
Charter
Representative government
Pilgrim
Toleration
A document issued by a government that grants specific rights…
The form of government in which voters elect people to make l…
A person who takes a religious journey.
The recognition that other people have the right to different…
Charter
A document issued by a government that grants specific rights…
Representative government
The form of government in which voters elect people to make l…
12 terms
18.3 world history vocabulary words
Mughal
Babur akbar
Sikh
Shah
"Mongols"
A boy that inherited a kingdom
A nonviolent religious group that has doctrines of Hinduism
Jahangirs son
Mughal
"Mongols"
Babur akbar
A boy that inherited a kingdom
35 terms
L.A History Ch. 3 vocabulary words
Goods
Services
Consumer
Producer
Physical items such as food, clothing, cars, and homes
Activities people do for others for a fee; examples include m…
One who buys or uses goods or services
The person or business that resources to make goods or provid…
Goods
Physical items such as food, clothing, cars, and homes
Services
Activities people do for others for a fee; examples include m…
36 terms
Texas History - Unit 3 Spanish Colonial Vocabulary Words
Mission
Presidio
contraband
catechism
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
smuggled goods
a set of questions and answers about Catholic beliefs
Mission
a settlement in Indian territory designed to convert American…
Presidio
a Spanish fort that protects a mission
US History vocabulary words
Abolish
Abolitionist
Amend
Annex
to do away with; put an end to
a person who wanted to end slavery
To alter, Modify, rephrase, or add to or subtract from; to ch…
to attach or add to something larger or more important
Abolish
to do away with; put an end to
Abolitionist
a person who wanted to end slavery
20 terms
AP US History Vocabulary Words 3
Fiscal
Excise Tax
Fundamentalism
Indigenous
relating to money and especially to the money a government, b…
taxes paid when purchases are made on a specific good, such a…
a movement or attitude stressing strict and literal adherence…
produce, living, or existing naturally in a particular region…
Fiscal
relating to money and especially to the money a government, b…
Excise Tax
taxes paid when purchases are made on a specific good, such a…
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