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70 terms
English 10 - Greek and Latin roots
A-, an-
Ann-, enn-
Endo-
Micro-
Not, without.... Ex: Atypical, anarchy
Year, yearly... Ex: annual, millenium
Inside... Ex: endoscope, endoparasite
Small... Ex: microscope, microphone
A-, an-
Not, without.... Ex: Atypical, anarchy
Ann-, enn-
Year, yearly... Ex: annual, millenium
20 terms
English 10: Latin and Greek Roots
ambi
aqua
aud
bene
both
water
to hear
good
ambi
both
aqua
water
144 terms
English 10- Greek and Latin Roots
Act
Ag
Audio
Batt
To set in motion, to shake, to drive, to guide
To set in motion, to shake, to drive, to guide
Perception of sound, hearing, listen
Beat, strike, hit
Act
To set in motion, to shake, to drive, to guide
Ag
To set in motion, to shake, to drive, to guide
8 terms
English 10 Greek Latin Roots
acer, acid, acri
ali, allo, alter
alt (us)
anti (co)
bitter, sour;... acidity, acerbic, acrid
other;... alias, alien, alloy
high, deep;... altimeter, altitude
old;... antique, antiquated
acer, acid, acri
bitter, sour;... acidity, acerbic, acrid
ali, allo, alter
other;... alias, alien, alloy
12 terms
English 10 Latin & Greek Roots
Conflagration
Synagogue
Crematoria
Nocturnal
A large destructive fire. ( blaze, bonfire)
The place of worship and communal center of a Jewish congrega…
A building with furnaces to reduce (a dead body) to ashes by…
At night (nightly, night)
Conflagration
A large destructive fire. ( blaze, bonfire)
Synagogue
The place of worship and communal center of a Jewish congrega…
6 terms
Latin & Greek Roots 10
geo/terr
aero
pyro/igni
aqua/hydr(o)(a)
earth
air, atmosphere, aviation
fire
water
geo/terr
earth
aero
air, atmosphere, aviation
40 terms
English 10 Greek and Latin Roots
aqua
bio
gen
mater
water
life
birth
mother
aqua
water
bio
life
78 terms
English 10 Greek and Latin Roots
Alter
Ami, amic
Amphi
Ann, enni
Other
Love
Both ends or all sides
Year
Alter
Other
Ami, amic
Love
60 terms
English 10 - Greek and Latin roots
A-, an-
Ann-, enn-
Endo-
Micro-
Not, without.... Ex: Atypical, anarchy
Year, yearly... Ex: annual, millenium
Inside... Ex: endoscope, endoparasite
Small... Ex: microscope, microphone
A-, an-
Not, without.... Ex: Atypical, anarchy
Ann-, enn-
Year, yearly... Ex: annual, millenium
30 terms
English 10 - Greek and Latin Roots - Quiz 1
(a)llel
(h)od
(s)ent, essent, essence
ag, act, igu
one another
road
be
drive, go
(a)llel
one another
(h)od
road
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #1-10
-ist
-ology
-cide
-less
person
study of
to kill
without
-ist
person
-ology
study of
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 10
juris
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
perjure
law
study or science of law
area of influence
to lie under oath
juris
law
jurisprudence
study or science of law
17 terms
English 10 Unit 17 Latin/Greek Roots
Aes
Aesthetic
Anesthetic
Path
Feeling;perception
Having to do with beauty or order
A substance which causes loss of feeling
To feel
Aes
Feeling;perception
Aesthetic
Having to do with beauty or order
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #10
thesis
tract
vac
ven
put, place
draw, pull
empty
come
thesis
put, place
tract
draw, pull
10 terms
English 10 - Greek and Latin Roots (List #4)
Ex
Fore
Geo
Hema
Out
Before
Earth
Blood
Ex
Out
Fore
Before
104 terms
Greek and Latin Roots of english chapter 9 + 10
polis
demos
despotes
oligoi
city, city-state
the people
master,lord
few
polis
city, city-state
demos
the people
45 terms
Vertical Alignment English 10 Greek & Latin Prefixes & Roots
hyper (prefix)
hypo (prefix)
in (prefix)
inter (prefix)
over, above
under, beneath
in, into, not
between, among
hyper (prefix)
over, above
hypo (prefix)
under, beneath
13 terms
English 10 Latin & Greek Roots: Unit Two
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord
A minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belonging to another; trespass
To cut out of; to remove
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
A minor violation of a rule or law
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots English 10 Unit 12
Ultima
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Last
Surpassing all others
Just before the final
A demand or threat that is final
Ultima
Last
Ultimate
Surpassing all others
16 terms
English 10 Latin & Greek Roots: Unit One
Root: Vinc/Vict
Root: Duc/Duct
Root: Tract
Root: Peto
To conquer
To lead
To drag
To seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
Root: Vinc/Vict
To conquer
Root: Duc/Duct
To lead
28 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #10
mim
mime
mimeograph
mimic
same
a performer who specializes in comic mimicry
Print copies from a machine
to imitate the behavior of someone (in a way that makes fun o…
mim
same
mime
a performer who specializes in comic mimicry
27 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #6-10
armory
armadillo
armament
armada
a supply of weapons; a place where arms are kept and where so…
any of several small burrowing mammals of warm parts of the A…
a supply of war materials; the process of preparing for war;…
a large fleet of warships; a large force or group of usually…
armory
a supply of weapons; a place where arms are kept and where so…
armadillo
any of several small burrowing mammals of warm parts of the A…
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #10
thesis
tract
vac
ven
put, place
draw, pull
empty
come
thesis
put, place
tract
draw, pull
23 terms
English 10- Semester 2 Greek-Latin Roots
(L) Mater
(L) Pater
(L) Frater
(G) Demos
Mother
Father
Brother
People
(L) Mater
Mother
(L) Pater
Father
17 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
10 terms
Latin/Greek Roots #10
neo-... Neonatal
nephr-, ren... Nephrosclerosis, Renal vein
o(o), ovi... Oophorectomy, Oviduct
oct... Octet rule
New ... Examples given mean--Newborn
Kidney ... Examples given mean--Hardening of the kidney, Vessel…
Egg ... Examples given mean--Removal of ovary (egg maker), Tube…
Eight ... Examples given mean--Atoms' desire to fill its outer s…
neo-... Neonatal
New ... Examples given mean--Newborn
nephr-, ren... Nephrosclerosis, Renal vein
Kidney ... Examples given mean--Hardening of the kidney, Vessel…
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots #10
Phob
Phon
Phot
Physi
1. Fear... 2. Claustrophobia... 3. Arnold has claustrophobia or the…
1. Sound... 2. Symphony... 3. A symphony is a piece of music with d…
1. Light... 2. Photography... 3. Photography is creating images by…
1. Nature, natural... 2. Physiology... 3. Physiology is the science…
Phob
1. Fear... 2. Claustrophobia... 3. Arnold has claustrophobia or the…
Phon
1. Sound... 2. Symphony... 3. A symphony is a piece of music with d…
86 terms
Greek and Latin roots and Affixes English 10
Hetero
Homo
Proto
Prim(e)
Different
Same, human
First in time, original, primitive
First, most important
Hetero
Different
Homo
Same, human
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 10 English Vocabulary
Artiface
Artless
Inert
Icon
clever trickery; deception
without strategy or deceit; naive
not having power to move; slow to act
an image that best represents something; a symbol
Artiface
clever trickery; deception
Artless
without strategy or deceit; naive
39 terms
Honors English 10 Greek and Latin Roots 2
andr/o
centr
crac
gen
man, male
center
government, rule
birth, produce, race
andr/o
man, male
centr
center
30 terms
Honors English 10 Greek and Latin Roots 1
hyper
hypo
chrom/o
gen
over, above
under, below
color
birth, produce, race
hyper
over, above
hypo
under, below
27 terms
English 10 Greek and Latin Roots: 1st Semester
(G) Helios
(L) Sol
(L) Luna
(G) Dia
Sun
Sun
Moon
Through/Across
(G) Helios
Sun
(L) Sol
Sun
20 terms
English: Latin and Greek Roots
Bene, ben
Fict, fig
Locut, loqu
Magn
good
make, shape, or form
speak
great
Bene, ben
good
Fict, fig
make, shape, or form
15 terms
English 10 Latin & Greek Roots Unit 5
JOC
jocose
jocular
FEST, FET
joke
cheerful; merry
characterized by joking
festive
JOC
joke
jocose
cheerful; merry
Greek/Latin Roots 10
ped
mort
carn
psych
foot or child
death
flesh
soul
ped
foot or child
mort
death
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 10-12
plur
multi
poly
mega
more than one
many
many
million, great or large
plur
more than one
multi
many
11 terms
10 Greek and Latin Roots - scrib, script
scrib, script
describe (v)
inscription (n)
manuscript (n)
write
to say or write down how something or someone looks; to use a…
a short dedication written in a book or engraved on something…
a piece of writing; a book
scrib, script
write
describe (v)
to say or write down how something or someone looks; to use a…
10 terms
ENGLISH Greek and Latin Roots 1-10
Photos
Graph (Gram)
Tele
Metron
(Greek) Light
(Greek) To write or draw
(Greek) Far away, distant
(Greek) Measure
Photos
(Greek) Light
Graph (Gram)
(Greek) To write or draw
11 terms
English 10- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
a small sin or fault
having no flaws
violating a moral law; sinful
negative and critical; insulting
peccadillo
a small sin or fault
impeccable
having no flaws
3 terms
Week 10: Greek and Latin Roots
Ben, Bene, Bon
vis, vid
sect, seg
Good
to see
to cut
Ben, Bene, Bon
Good
vis, vid
to see
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots unit 9 English 10
Tortuous
Retort
Extort
Voluble
Not direct or straightforward
To respond critically or sarcastically
To wrongfully or illegally for someone to comply with A demand
Talkative give to Rapid abundant speech
Tortuous
Not direct or straightforward
Retort
To respond critically or sarcastically
16 terms
English 10 unit one Greek and Latin roots
Phot/phos
Luc
Spec/spect
Vid/vis
"Light"> the sun🌞
"Light" 🌞
"To look at"👀
"To see, to look at" 👀
Phot/phos
"Light"> the sun🌞
Luc
"Light" 🌞
14 terms
English 10 - Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
discomfit
edification
malfeasance
feasible
to embarrass and confuse
improvement or enlightenment
misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
capable of being accomplished
discomfit
to embarrass and confuse
edification
improvement or enlightenment
12 terms
English 10- Latin and Greek Roots Unit 2
stanch
staunch
extant
restive
to stop the flow of
firm and steadfast
still in existence; not destroyed
1. resisting authority; difficult to control... 2. restless; fid…
stanch
to stop the flow of
staunch
firm and steadfast
11 terms
English 10-Latin and Greek Roots Unit 3
verdure
verdant
viridity
candid
greenery; freehand ripe vegetation
green; lush with vegetation
lack of experience; innocence
open and sincere
verdure
greenery; freehand ripe vegetation
verdant
green; lush with vegetation
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots English 10 Unit 17
mort
Immortalize
Morbid
Mortify
"death"... (Latin)
to preserve in memory forever
taking an unhealthy interest in unpleasant things
to cause extreme embarrassment to
mort
"death"... (Latin)
Immortalize
to preserve in memory forever
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots,Week 10
describe
inscription
manuscript
postscript
to say or write down how something or someone looks; to use a…
a short dedication written in a book or engraved on something…
a piece of writing; a book
P.S.; a short bit of writing added after a letter is finished
describe
to say or write down how something or someone looks; to use a…
inscription
a short dedication written in a book or engraved on something…
20 terms
Greek and Latin Root Words- Honors English 10
Fid (Greek) Fidere/Fisus (Latin)
Fall (Greek) Fellere/Falsum
Cred (Greek) Credere/Creitum
Dub (Greek) Dubious/Dubitare/Dubitatum
To Trust, Believe
To Decieve
To Trust, Believe
To Doubt
Fid (Greek) Fidere/Fisus (Latin)
To Trust, Believe
Fall (Greek) Fellere/Falsum
To Decieve
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots English 10 Unit 16
Meta
Metabolism
metamorphosis
metaphorical
"after, changed, beyond"
the process through which an organism changes food into energy
change in form; transformation
symbolic rather than literal
Meta
"after, changed, beyond"
Metabolism
the process through which an organism changes food into energy
12 terms
English Greek/Latin roots: 10-15-15
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
Inept
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness, order or morality
Occurring at the time of most influence
Unskilled or clumsy
Misinformation
Untrue or wrong information
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order or morality
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