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54 terms
Greek/Latin Roots
lithos
verbum
bios
digitus
stone
word
life
finger, toe, inch
lithos
stone
verbum
word
10 terms
English - Greek & Latin Roots
aer
ambi, amphi
anim
aqua/hydr
air, atmosphere... Greek
both... Greek
spirit, soul, life... Latin
water... Latin/Greek
aer
air, atmosphere... Greek
ambi, amphi
both... Greek
80 terms
English Greek, Latin Roots
A-
Amphi-
Anti-
Anthrop-
Not, Without
Both... Ex: Amphibian
Against... Ex: Antithetical
Man... Ex: Anthropoid
A-
Not, Without
Amphi-
Both... Ex: Amphibian
9 terms
English greek/latin roots
anni, annu, enni
alter
alter
anthrop
year
other
other
man
anni, annu, enni
year
alter
other
50 terms
English Greek and Latin roots
photos
graph
tele
metron
light
write, draw
far away
measure
photos
light
graph
write, draw
18 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots
andro
annu, ennu
anthrop
aqu
Man, Male
Year
Human
Water
andro
Man, Male
annu, ennu
Year
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
16 terms
English Greek/Latin roots
circumspect
prospect
Specter
spect-
careful and mindful of rules and consequences
that which is expected
A ghost or Phantom
to look at
circumspect
careful and mindful of rules and consequences
prospect
that which is expected
English Greek/Latin Roots
anthro
biblio
-cide
dem
human
book
to kill
people
anthro
human
biblio
book
11 terms
Greek and Latin Root - spec
circumspect
inspect
introspection
perspective
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
to look at carefully in search of flaws
the act of looking into one's own thoughts and feelings
one way of looking at things
circumspect
careful to look at all possibilities before acting; cautious;…
inspect
to look at carefully in search of flaws
100 terms
English Greek/ Latin Roots
acr/acer
anim
ante
anthro
sharp
soul
before
man
acr/acer
sharp
anim
soul
12 terms
English Latin and Greek Roots
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world, narrow-minded
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive, encouraging, helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world, narrow-minded
1,279 terms
Greek and Latin roots in English
ab-, a-, abs-, au-
acu-, acuti-, acuto-
acer-, acri-
acet-, aceto-
away from, Latin ab "away" abnormal, abrasion, absent, abstai…
sharp, pointed Latin acutus, past participle of acuere "to sh…
bitter, sharp, sour Latin acer (acris), acerbus, acere acerbi…
sour, vinegar Latin aceto acetate, acetic, acetone, acetum
ab-, a-, abs-, au-
away from, Latin ab "away" abnormal, abrasion, absent, abstai…
acu-, acuti-, acuto-
sharp, pointed Latin acutus, past participle of acuere "to sh…
21 terms
Greek and Latin roots F
fix
flor/i
con
fid
fasten, attach
flower
together
faith
fix
fasten, attach
flor/i
flower
21 terms
Greek and Latin roots J
jur, jus
jury
juror
justice
law
a group of 12 who are sworn to give a just verdict in a court…
one who serves on a jury in a court of law
a just judgment
jur, jus
law
jury
a group of 12 who are sworn to give a just verdict in a court…
28 terms
Latin and Greek roots in English
pug/n
dict
lingu
herb/i
to fight
say, speak, proclaim
language, tounge
grass
pug/n
to fight
dict
say, speak, proclaim
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots T
trans
transport
transportation
transmit
across, change
to carry across
a system of carrying passengers or goods from one place to an…
to send across, to broadcast
trans
across, change
transport
to carry across
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
recant
incantation
disenchanted
inaudible
v. To formally withdraw
n. Ritual chant; spell
adj. Losing fondness for; unhappy with
adj. So quiet as to impossible to hear
recant
v. To formally withdraw
incantation
n. Ritual chant; spell
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots U
un
sub
urb, urbis
uni, unum
not, opposite of
near, below
city
one
un
not, opposite of
sub
near, below
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots E
e
eject
erupt
emigrate
out
to throw out with force
to break or burst out violently
to move out of a country and settle in another
e
out
eject
to throw out with force
19 terms
Greek and Latin roots C
cent
circum
chron
century
hundred, hundredth
around
time
a period of 100 years
cent
hundred, hundredth
circum
around
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots G
geo
geography
geographer
geology
earth
the science that tells about the earth
one who writes and makes maps about the earth
study of the earth's structure and formations, rocks and mine…
geo
earth
geography
the science that tells about the earth
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots- English
anthrop
biblio
-cide
demo-
human
book
kill
people
anthrop
human
biblio
book
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 11
vet
veteran
inveterate
freq
old
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
frequent, numerous
vet
old
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots I
il, ig, in, im, ir
inter
illegal
ignorant
not, without
between, among
not legal, prohibited by law
without knowledge or training
il, ig, in, im, ir
not, without
inter
between, among
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
ben
benevolent
benefactor
benign
Latin bene, "well, good"
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
n. A person who gives friendly aid
adj. Causing no harm
ben
Latin bene, "well, good"
benevolent
adj. Kindly; favorable towards
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots V
re
e
viv,vit
verb
back
out
alive, life
word
re
back
e
out
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots B
bio
biology
biography
autobiography
life, living things
the study of life
the story of one's life written by another
the story of one's life written by oneself
bio
life, living things
biology
the study of life
61 terms
English- Greek and Latin Roots
pro-
pon/pone... pos/pose
com-... con-
de-
for; before... Ex. proactive... The couple was being proactive bec…
to put or place... Ex. appose... Parents appose their two children…
together; with... Ex. confess... One of the only ways to get charg…
remove; down, off... Ex. defrost... The woman sat in her car for f…
pro-
for; before... Ex. proactive... The couple was being proactive bec…
pon/pone... pos/pose
to put or place... Ex. appose... Parents appose their two children…
18 terms
Greek and Latin Roots S
scribble
script
describe
prescription
to write carelessly
writing, the written text of a play or motion picture
to write down, to give a word picture
something written ahead
scribble
to write carelessly
script
writing, the written text of a play or motion picture
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots A
aster
asterisk
astronomy
asteroid
Star
Star shaped mark
Scientific study of stars, moon, etc.
Planets in the shape of a star
aster
Star
asterisk
Star shaped mark
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots L
less
careless
fearless
hopeless
without
without care
without fear, unafraid
without hope or expectation
less
without
careless
without care
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots D
dem/o
epi
dec
dict
people
among
ten, tenths
speak, say, word
dem/o
people
epi
among
21 terms
Greek and Latin Roots H
hydr/o
nym
de
hom/o
water
word
down, remove
same
hydr/o
water
nym
word
15 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
n. Plan of action; purpose
adj. Seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
15 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
n. A small sin or fault
adj. Having no flaws
adj. Violating a moral law; sinful
adj. Negative and critical ; insulting
peccadillo
n. A small sin or fault
impeccable
adj. Having no flaws
14 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15
detrimental
contrite
trite
detritus
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
adj. boring because of overuse or repetition
n. debris; junk
detrimental
adj. causing damage or harm; injurious
contrite
adj. feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
17 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
aberrant
circumvent
congress
covenant
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule
v. To avoid by going around; bypass
n. A coming together
n. A mutual or legal agreement
aberrant
adj. Deviating from a pattern or rule
circumvent
v. To avoid by going around; bypass
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
constructive
construe
destitute
expound
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
adj. Having no money; poor
v. To explain or discuss in detail
constructive
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
construe
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 3
abject
compel
conjecture
dejected
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
n. A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
adj. Downcast or sad; depressed
abject
adj. Lowly, miserable and wretched
compel
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
15 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
legacy
delegate
agenda
proactive
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
n. Plan of action; purpose
adj. Seeking to solve a problem before it occurs
legacy
n. Body of ideas, achievements, and morals; example
delegate
v. To divide up, especially responsibilities
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
uniform
unison
unanimous
monologue
adj. The same all the way through; consistent
n. In one voice
adj. Showing complete agreement
n. A speech made by a single person
uniform
adj. The same all the way through; consistent
unison
n. In one voice
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
abscond
recondite
cryptic
apocryphal
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
adj. hard to understand; having a secret meaning
adj. coming from an unreliable source; untrue
abscond
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
recondite
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
16 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots- Unit 6
somnolent
soporific
sopor
languid
adj. Drowsy; sleepy, somnia
adj. Causing sleep or fatigue
n. Sleep; drowsiness
adj. Lacking energy; weak
somnolent
adj. Drowsy; sleepy, somnia
soporific
adj. Causing sleep or fatigue
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
synopsis
myopic
adumbrate
umbrage
n. a short outline or review of main points
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
v. to briefly outline or describe
n. anger caused by an insult or slight
synopsis
n. a short outline or review of main points
myopic
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - ped
biped
centipede
impediment
millipede
(n)- a creature with two feet
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
(n)- something that stands in ones way;an obstacle
(n)- a creature with 1,000 feet
biped
(n)- a creature with two feet
centipede
(n)- a creature with 100 feet
17 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
capitulate
recapitulate
caprice
precipitate
v. to yield; to surrender
v. to summarize briefly
n. sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
v. to cause something to happen immediately; to speed up
capitulate
v. to yield; to surrender
recapitulate
v. to summarize briefly
15 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
apparition
aspect
diaphanous
envisage
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
adj. Lightweight and transparent
v. To imagine, to conceive of
apparition
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
aspect
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
11 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
monotonous
mononsyllabic
monotone
divulge
adj. unvarying; lacking in variety
adj. having only one syllable
n. sameness of sound, style, manner, or color
v. to make public
monotonous
adj. unvarying; lacking in variety
mononsyllabic
adj. having only one syllable
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