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PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 1
PHOT/PHOS
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek PHOS, PHOTOS "light"
adj. Tending to grow or move towards light
adj. Giving off light without heat
adj. Attractive in pictures or photographs
PHOT/PHOS
Greek PHOS, PHOTOS "light"
phototropic
adj. Tending to grow or move towards light
Honors English 9 Semester 2 Final (PCHS) - Greek Gods/Goddesses
artemis
athena
apollo
zeus
the virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon
goddess of wisdom and useful arts and prudent warfare
god of sun, light, poetry, music- gold bow and arrow, pride i…
the supreme god
artemis
the virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon
athena
goddess of wisdom and useful arts and prudent warfare
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 7
BELL
bellicose
antebellum
belligerence
Latin BELLUM, "war"
adj. Warlike in nature
adj. Occurring before a war
n. Warlike mood or attitude
BELL
Latin BELLUM, "war"
bellicose
adj. Warlike in nature
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 6
CANT/CHANT
recant
incantation
disenchanted
Latin CANERE, CANTUM, "to sing, to call"
v. To formally withdraw
n. Ritual chant; spell
adj. Losing fondness for
CANT/CHANT
Latin CANERE, CANTUM, "to sing, to call"
recant
v. To formally withdraw
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 4
FORM
misinformation
reform
formative
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
n. Untrue or wrong information
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adj. Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
misinformation
n. Untrue or wrong information
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 8
PED
impediment
expedient
pedestrian
Latin PES, PEDIS, "foot"
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
adj. Providing results quickly; practical and effective
adj. Lacking excitement; ordinary
PED
Latin PES, PEDIS, "foot"
impediment
n. Something that gets in the way; obstacle
16 terms
PCHS Latin and Greek Unit 12
Rap
Cep
Vor
Cad,Cas
To snatch
Take
To eat
To fill
Rap
To snatch
Cep
Take
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 3
HIB/HAB
prohibit
inhibit
FUS/FOUND
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
v. To get in the way of; hinder
Latin FUNDERE, FUSM, "to pour out"
HIB/HAB
Latin HABERE, HABITUM, "to have, hold"
prohibit
v. To stop one from doing something; prevent
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 15
JUNCT
enjoin
injunction
rejoinder
Latin JANGERE, JUNCTUM, "to join, yoke"
v. 1. To command; to urge; 2. To forbid
n. An order which legally prevents something
n. An answer; a reply
JUNCT
Latin JANGERE, JUNCTUM, "to join, yoke"
enjoin
v. 1. To command; to urge; 2. To forbid
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 12
RAP
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM, "to snatch"; RAPAX, "greedy, devouring"
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
adj. Giving total attention to; captivated
adj. hidden or secret; done without notice
RAP
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM, "to snatch"; RAPAX, "greedy, devouring"
rapacious
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
16 terms
PCHS SOPHOMORE GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS
LEV
AMBL/AMBUL
CAD/CAS
CED
Light
To walk
To fall
To move along, to go
LEV
Light
AMBL/AMBUL
To walk
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 17
MORT
immortalize
morbid
mortify
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
MORT
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 13
FLU
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
Latin FLUERE, FLUCTUM, "to flow"
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
adj. Sweetly flowing or sounding
FLU
Latin FLUERE, FLUCTUM, "to flow"
affluent
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 11
JUR
perjury
abjure
conjure
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
n. Breaking of a legal oath
v. To swear off; renounce
v. To bring forth, especially through words
JUR
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
perjury
n. Breaking of a legal oath
27 terms
Honors English Latin Greek Terms
act
ambi
amo/ami
ante
to do
both
love
before
act
to do
ambi
both
18 terms
Honors english latin/greek roots
a an in
il im ir
dis
scribe scrip/graph gram
not, without (greek a)
not, without (greek i)
negative, not, lack of (latin)
to write (greek/latin)
a an in
not, without (greek a)
il im ir
not, without (greek i)
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 18
COGN
incognito
cognitive
cognizant
From Latin COGNOSCERE, COGNITUM, "to know"
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
adj. Relating to the process of thought
adj. Aware
COGN
From Latin COGNOSCERE, COGNITUM, "to know"
incognito
adj. Disguised as someone other than oneself
53 terms
Honors English Greek and Latin Roots
anthrop
astr
auto
bibli
human
stars/outerspace
self
book
anthrop
human
astr
stars/outerspace
40 terms
English I Honors Vocab (PCHS Midterm)
Abdicate
Abet
Abhor
Abject
To give up formally
To encourage or assist
To hate
Wretched,miserable,degrading, humiliating
Abdicate
To give up formally
Abet
To encourage or assist
98 terms
English 11 Honors Greek and Latin
Nihl
Uni / mono
Du / bi / di
Tri
Nothing
One
Two
Three
Nihl
Nothing
Uni / mono
One
16 terms
PCHS greek and latin roots unit 5
JUNCT
enjoin
injunction
impartial
to join, yoke
to command, to urge or to forbid
an order which legally prevents something
having no bias or favor
JUNCT
to join, yoke
enjoin
to command, to urge or to forbid
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 14
SEQUI/SEC
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
adj. Having no effect or importance
adj. Following in order
n. The way something is done
SEQUI/SEC
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
inconsequential
adj. Having no effect or importance
16 terms
Latin/Greek Roots Honors English
Gram
Graph
Homo, how
Junct
Letter, written
Write
Man
Join
Gram
Letter, written
Graph
Write
44 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Honors English
FORM
APT/EPT
POS/PON
FIG
to form, to establish
to fit
to put, place
to shape
FORM
to form, to establish
APT/EPT
to fit
24 terms
Honors english Greek and latin roots
lect
mon
nox
gradual
to read or to gather
...
to harm or injure
to step or to walk
lect
to read or to gather
mon
...
30 terms
Latin and Greek roots for English honors
Sub
Vertere
Servare
Torque
Under
To turn
To serve
To twist
Sub
Under
Vertere
To turn
93 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Honors English
Per
Annus
Severus
Ferro, ferre, tuli, latum
Through
Year
Severe, serious
To bring, to bear, to carry
Per
Through
Annus
Year
15 terms
Honors English Greek and Latin words
Belli
Brev
Cred
Culp (a)
war, fighting
short or brief
entrust or believe
guilt or blame
Belli
war, fighting
Brev
short or brief
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots (English honors)
A, an (G)
Ad (L)
ambi, amphi (L)
de (L)
not, without
to, towards
both, on both sides, around
away, down, reduce
A, an (G)
not, without
Ad (L)
to, towards
20 terms
Honors English Greek and Latin roots
Zues
Hera
Poseidon
Demeter
King of Gods, and God of the Sky
Queen of Gods, God of heaven and married women
God of the Sea and all water systems
Goddess of fruit and grain
Zues
King of Gods, and God of the Sky
Hera
Queen of Gods, God of heaven and married women
55 terms
English Honors I Vocab (PCHS Final)
Caustic
Censor
Censure
Chagrin
Sharp and Biting
To examine for and remove objectionable material
To hide Open and strong criticism
Irritation, embarrassment, or humiliation caused by frustration
Caustic
Sharp and Biting
Censor
To examine for and remove objectionable material
63 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin roots/vocabulary 1-4
Phot/Phos
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek - light
tending to grow toward the light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
Phot/Phos
Greek - light
phototropic
tending to grow toward the light
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 16
META
metabolism
metamorphosis
metaphorical
From the Greek Prefix META, "after, changed, beyond"
n. The process through which an organism changes food into en…
n. Change in form; transformation
adj. Symbolic rather than literal
META
From the Greek Prefix META, "after, changed, beyond"
metabolism
n. The process through which an organism changes food into en…
60 terms
Pchs Greek and Latin roots 11-14
Jur
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
To swear, to vow
Breaking of a legal oath
To swear off ; renounce
To bring forth, especially through words
Jur
To swear, to vow
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath
12 terms
PCHS greek and latin roots UNIT 3 (sophomore)
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
additional to what is necessary; extra
sweetly flowing or sounding
to make less heavy or serious
affluent
wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
superfluous
additional to what is necessary; extra
64 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary 11-14
Jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a leagal oath
to swearoff; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
Jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a leagal oath
15 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots Unit 5
LEGA
legacy
delegate
ACT/AG
Latin LEGARE, LEGATUM, "to appoint, to send on a mission, to…
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
Latin AGERE, ACTUM, "to do, act"
LEGA
Latin LEGARE, LEGATUM, "to appoint, to send on a mission, to…
legacy
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 17
MORT
immortalize
morbid
mortify
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
v. To preserve in memory forever
adj. Taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
v. To cause extreme embarrassment to
MORT
Latin MORS, MORTIS, "death"
immortalize
v. To preserve in memory forever
128 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary 11-18
Jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a leagal oath
to swearoff; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
Jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a leagal oath
16 terms
English II Honors - Unit Three Latin and 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
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 14
SEQUI/SEC
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
adj. Having no effect or importance
adj. Following in order
n. The way something is done
SEQUI/SEC
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
inconsequential
adj. Having no effect or importance
16 terms
PCHS Greek and Latin Roots - Units 1-2
For/fari
Ineffable
Infantile
Affable
To speak
Unutterable, indescribable
Childish; immature
Easy to converse with; friendly
For/fari
To speak
Ineffable
Unutterable, indescribable
17 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots 11-14
Jur
Domin
Crat/Crac
Leg
to swear, to vow
to rule, to dominate
to rule, power
law
Jur
to swear, to vow
Domin
to rule, to dominate
40 terms
Honors English 9 - Latin & Greek Prefixes
A (L)
A (G)
Ab (L)
Ad (L)
Away From
Not, No
Away From
Toward
A (L)
Away From
A (G)
Not, No
22 terms
English II Honors - Unit 4 Greek/Latin Roots
via
viaduct
impervious
deviate
road,way
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affectd
to depart, especially from a path or plan
via
road,way
viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
13 terms
English II Honors - Unit One Latin/Greek Roots
VINC/VICT
DUC/DUCT
TRACT
PETO
to conquer
to lead
to drag
to seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
VINC/VICT
to conquer
DUC/DUCT
to lead
PCHS Biology Greek and Latin Root Words
a, an
auto
bi
chromo
without, not
self
two, twice, double
color
a, an
without, not
auto
self
15 terms
Honors English Latin & Greek Root Words
Belli
Brev
Cred
Culp[a]
war
short or brief
entrust or believe
guilt or blame
Belli
war
Brev
short or brief
126 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin roots/vocabulary 1-8
Phot/Phos
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
Greek - light
tending to grow toward the light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
Phot/Phos
Greek - light
phototropic
tending to grow toward the light
41 terms
English Honors EXAM 2.o (LATIN AND GREEK)
am, amor
anim
fin
flu, flu, flux
love
mind,will,spirit
end, boundary, limit
flow
am, amor
love
anim
mind,will,spirit
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