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17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
mob/mat
tract
tend/tens/tent
mobile
Latin: move
Latin: pull, draw
Latin: stretch, give
able to move from one place to another
mob/mat
Latin: move
tract
Latin: pull, draw
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
41 terms
Unit 7 Greek/Latin Root Words
dictator
viaduct
cicumvent
aquacade
one who says what is to be written or done, in politics, an a…
a structure for carrying a road or way across something
to go around
an exhibition of different activities done in water
dictator
one who says what is to be written or done, in politics, an a…
viaduct
a structure for carrying a road or way across something
15 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 7
log
max
nov
pel
word
greatest
new
drive
log
word
max
greatest
13 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
orig
arch
init
original
a beginning
beginning
to begin
the very first one of something
orig
a beginning
arch
beginning
12 terms
Greek and Latin root Unit 7
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Enamored
Warlike in nature.
Occurring before a war.
Warlike mood or attitude.
Fond of; feeling love towards.
Bellicose
Warlike in nature.
Antebellum
Occurring before a war.
10 terms
Unit 7 Greek and Latin roots
mobile
motivation
motive
tractor
able to move from one place to another
eager to work or do something
reason for doing something
large farm vehicle
mobile
able to move from one place to another
motivation
eager to work or do something
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
13 terms
Greek&Latin Roots Unit 7
mob/mot
tract
tend/tens/tent
mobile
move
pull, draw
stretch, give
able to move
mob/mot
move
tract
pull, draw
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
log
dialogue
monologue
prologue
word
exchange of words
long speech given by one actor
introduction before the main story
log
word
dialogue
exchange of words
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
dialogue
monologue
prologue
apologize
exchange of words
a long speech given by one person
an introduction/speech that comes before the main story
to say your sorry
dialogue
exchange of words
monologue
a long speech given by one person
Unit 7 Latin & Greek Roots
LITER
literal
literate
obliterate
Latin, "letter"
adjective - exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphori…
adjective - 1. able to read; 2. well-read
verb - to completely destroy
LITER
Latin, "letter"
literal
adjective - exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphori…
19 terms
Unit 7 Greek and Latin Root
dialogue
monologue
prologue
apologize
is an exchange in words
is a long speech given by one actor
is the introduction that comes before the main story
is to say you are sorry
dialogue
is an exchange in words
monologue
is a long speech given by one actor
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Enamored
adj. Warlike in nature
adj. Occuring before a war
n. Warlike mood or attitude
adj. fond of; feeling love towards
Bellicose
adj. Warlike in nature
Antebellum
adj. Occuring before a war
15 terms
Unit 7 Greek and Latin Roots
log
strict
max
nov
word
tight
greatness
new
log
word
strict
tight
10 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 7
-ary
-ery
-ment
-mony
Makes the root word into a noun
Makes the root word into a noun
Makes the root word into a noun
Makes the root word into a noun
-ary
Makes the root word into a noun
-ery
Makes the root word into a noun
16 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 7
bell
am
agon
phil
war
love, friend
contest, struggle
love
bell
war
am
love, friend
22 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 7
LITER
literal
literate
obliterate
letter
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
1. Able to read 2. Well-read
To completely destroy
LITER
letter
literal
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
16 terms
Unit 7 Greek and Latin Roots
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Enamored
Warlike in nature
Occurring before a war
Warlike mood or attitude
Fond of; feeling love towards
Bellicose
Warlike in nature
Antebellum
Occurring before a war
12 terms
7th Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7 vocabulary
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
Super
Gen
Phyt
Zo zoa
Over
Of such or kind
Plant
Animal
Super
Over
Gen
Of such or kind
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 7
Bell
Am
Agon
Phil
war
love, friend
contest, struggle
love
Bell
war
Am
love, friend
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
Super
Gen
Phyt
Zo
Over supervise,superior,superb
Of such a kind generic,general
Plant phytochemical
Animal zoo,zodiac,zoology
Super
Over supervise,superior,superb
Gen
Of such a kind generic,general
16 terms
Greek Latin Roots Unit 7
bell
bellicose
antebellum
belligerence
war
warlike in nature
occurring before war
warlike mood
bell
war
bellicose
warlike in nature
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
Speculate
Spectator
Spectacle
Kaleidoscope
To think about something and make guesses about it; To form i…
A person who watches an event, show, game, activity,Etc., oft…
A very impressive show; Something that attracts attention bec…
A tube that has mirrors and loose pieces of colored glass or…
Speculate
To think about something and make guesses about it; To form i…
Spectator
A person who watches an event, show, game, activity,Etc., oft…
16 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
Liter
Literal
Literate
Obliterate
Letter
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
1. Able to read... 2. Well-read
To completely destroy
Liter
Letter
Literal
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
9 terms
Unit 7 Greek & Latin Roots
Greek and Latin Root:... PENT
Greek and Latin Root Word:... PENTagon
Greek and Latin Root Word:... PENTathlon
Greek and Latin Root:... DICT
five
five sided shape
athletic event with five events
say
Greek and Latin Root:... PENT
five
Greek and Latin Root Word:... PENTagon
five sided shape
13 terms
Unit 7 Greek/Latin Roots
Proficent
Infrastructure
Factotum
Facsimile
Skilled at; highly knowledgable of
The basic framework of a building or a system
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
Proficent
Skilled at; highly knowledgable of
Infrastructure
The basic framework of a building or a system
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 7
BELL
Bellicose
Antebellum
Belligerence
Latin BELLUM, "war"
Warlike in nature... Synonym: Combative ... Antonym: Peaceful
Occurring before a war
Warlike mood or attitude ... Antonym: Peace
BELL
Latin BELLUM, "war"
Bellicose
Warlike in nature... Synonym: Combative ... Antonym: Peaceful
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
Gen
Phyt
Super
Zo
Of such or kind
Plant
Over
Animals
Gen
Of such or kind
Phyt
Plant
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: unit 7
Auspices
Auspicious
Consort
Consortium
n. Protection or support; patronage; guidance
adj. followed by favorable circumstances; propitious; promising
1) v. To keep company; associate 2) n. a companion, especiall…
n. A ground of companies or institutions
Auspices
n. Protection or support; patronage; guidance
Auspicious
adj. followed by favorable circumstances; propitious; promising
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
Gen
Phyt
Super
Zo
Of such or kind
Plant
Over
Animals
Gen
Of such or kind
Phyt
Plant
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 7
proficient
factotum
facsimile
facile
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
a copy or imitation
too simplistic or easy
proficient
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
factotum
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - Unit 7
speculate
spectator
spectacle
kaleidoscope
to think about something and make guesses about it; to form i…
a person who watches an event, show, game, activity, etc., of…
a very impressive show; something that attracts attention bec…
a tube that has mirrors and loose pieces of colored glass or…
speculate
to think about something and make guesses about it; to form i…
spectator
a person who watches an event, show, game, activity, etc., of…
10 terms
Greek and Latin roots unit 7
mut
Ness
-ic
Pater
Change
State of
Pertaining to
Father
mut
Change
Ness
State of
12 terms
Unit 7 Latin & Greek Roots
manuscript
literate
literal
obliterate
a handwritten document
able to read
exactly true
to completely destroy
manuscript
a handwritten document
literate
able to read
12 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 7
Literal
Literate
Obliterate
ILLOGICAL
Adj. Exactly true
Adj. Well-read; well-informed
V. To completely destroy
Adj. not done according to reason
Literal
Adj. Exactly true
Literate
Adj. Well-read; well-informed
16 terms
Unit 7 Greek and Latin Roots
Fac/Fact/Fic
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
to make; do
skilled at; highly knowledgeable at
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
a copy or imitation
Fac/Fact/Fic
to make; do
Proficient
skilled at; highly knowledgeable at
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 7
literate
obliterate
illogical
analogy
well-read; well-informed
to completely destroy
not done according to reason
a verbal comparison
literate
well-read; well-informed
obliterate
to completely destroy
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
brave; courageous
noble courage
to help; to be of use
strength of mind; bravery
valiant
brave; courageous
valor
noble courage
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 7
valiant
valor
avail
fortitude
Adj. brave; courageous
Noun. noble courage
Verb. to help; to be of use
Noun. strength of mind; bravery
valiant
Adj. brave; courageous
valor
Noun. noble courage
Unit 7 Latin & Greek Roots
Literal
Literate
Obliterate
Illogical
exactly true
well-read; well-informed
to completely destroy
not done according to reason
Literal
exactly true
Literate
well-read; well-informed
Greek & Latin Roots Unit 7
Anthropo
Anthropolgy
Cenric
Egocentric
Man
Human race, its culture and society and its physical developm…
Center
Thinking only about yourself and what is good for you
Anthropo
Man
Anthropolgy
Human race, its culture and society and its physical developm…
Unit 7 Latin & Greek Roots
LITER
literal
literate
obliterate
Latin, "letter"
adjective - exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphori…
adjective - 1. able to read; 2. well-read
verb - to completely destroy
LITER
Latin, "letter"
literal
adjective - exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphori…
28 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
log
strict
max
nov
word
draw tight
greatest
new
log
word
strict
draw tight
12 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 7
bellicose
antebellum
belligerence
enamored
warlike in nature; aggressive way of speaking
occuring BEFORE a war
warlike mood or attitude
fond of; feeling love towards someone or something
bellicose
warlike in nature; aggressive way of speaking
antebellum
occuring BEFORE a war
13 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
mob/mat
tract
tend/tens/tent
mobile
Latin: move
Latin: pull, draw
Latin: stretch, give
able to move from one place to another
mob/mat
Latin: move
tract
Latin: pull, draw
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7
dialogue
monologue
prologue
apologize
exchange of words
a long speech given by one person
an introduction/speech that comes before the main story
to say your sorry
dialogue
exchange of words
monologue
a long speech given by one person
22 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 7
LITER
literal
literate
obliterate
letter
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
1. Able to read 2. Well-read
To completely destroy
LITER
letter
literal
Exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
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