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17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 12
ter
terrorize
deter
horr
to frighten, to scare
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
to shudder, to be afraid
ter
to frighten, to scare
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 12
terrorize
deter
horrific
abhor
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
causing extreme horror or disgust
to feel horror towards; hate
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
deter
to prevent; to discourage
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
To make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
To make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 1, Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1. having to do with the mouth; 2. spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
Unit 12 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, r…
the art of public speaking
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
capitalize
to remove the head of
decapitate
Latin and Greek Roots, Book III, Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
17 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek Roots
Ultimus
Finis
Novus
Primus
last
end, border, limit
new
first
Ultimus
last
Finis
end, border, limit
14 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin roots Book I Unit 12
Capitalize
Decapitate
Caput, Caputis
Oral
To make the best of
To remove the head of
Root meaning "head"
Having to do with the mouth; spoken rather than written
Capitalize
To make the best of
Decapitate
To remove the head of
20 terms
Unit 12 Greek and Latin Root Words
cryo
cryosurgery
meso
mesosphere
cold
a medical operation performed involving extreme cold
middle
the middle layer of the atmosphere
cryo
cold
cryosurgery
a medical operation performed involving extreme cold
14 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
mim
siml
mimic
mime
same
same or like
to copy or imitate something
a type of clown or comedian who uses only actions and movemen…
mim
same
siml
same or like
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
Terrorize... Captain America's arch enemy…
Deter... Captain America's job is to dete…
Horrific... Captain America's death was h…
Abhor... Captain America abhors villains.
To repeatedly frighten... Synonym: Courage... Antonym: Calm
To prevent, to discourage... Synonym: Hinder... Antonym: Encourage
Causing extreme horror or disgust... Synonym: Awful... Antonym: Ple…
To feel horror towards, hate... Synonym: Despise... Antonym: Love
Terrorize... Captain America's arch enemy…
To repeatedly frighten... Synonym: Courage... Antonym: Calm
Deter... Captain America's job is to dete…
To prevent, to discourage... Synonym: Hinder... Antonym: Encourage
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 1, Unit 12
capita-
capitalize
decapitate
ora-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
(v.) to make the best of
(v.) to remove the head of
Latin: OS, ORIS, "mouth"
capita-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
capitalize
(v.) to make the best of
10 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek root words
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
vehicle with 2 wheels
able to understand and speak 2 languages
happens twice a year
2 people sing or play music
bicycle
vehicle with 2 wheels
bilingual
able to understand and speak 2 languages
10 terms
Book VI, Unit 12- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to bring under control; to conquer or…
of or related to marriage
touching on one side; sharing a border…
possible, conditional
subjugate
conjugal
contiguous
contingent
to bring under control; to conquer or…
subjugate
of or related to marriage
conjugal
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Unit 12: It Takes Two
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
able to speak and understand two languages
happening twice a year
a piece of music that is performed by two singers or musicians
bicycle
a vehicle with two wheels that a person rides by pushing on f…
bilingual
able to speak and understand two languages
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
CAPITA
Capitalize
Decapitate
ORA
head
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
(v) to remove the head of... syn: behead
mouth
CAPITA
head
Capitalize
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
18 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 1, Unit 12
Capitalize
Decaptate
Oral
Oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
Having to do with the mouth, spoken rather than written
The art of public speaking
Capitalize
to make the best of
Decaptate
to remove the head of
9 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
agri-, egri
aqu-
bronch-
cap-, -cip-, capt-, -cept
field
water
windpipe
Hold, take
agri-, egri
field
aqu-
water
16 terms
Latin/Greek Roots Unit 12
rap
cep
vor
cad/cas
to snatch
to seize, take
to eat
to fall
rap
to snatch
cep
to seize, take
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots book IV, unit 12
ultima
fin
nov
prim
"last"
"end, border, limit"
"new"
"first"
ultima
"last"
fin
"end, border, limit"
9 terms
Unit 12 Greek & Latin Roots
TERRA
TERRAIN
TERRARIUM
GEO
earth
a stretch of land, especially with regard to... its physical fe…
a tank for smaller land animals
earth
TERRA
earth
TERRAIN
a stretch of land, especially with regard to... its physical fe…
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
adj. Giving totaly attention to; captivated
adj. Hidden or secret; done without notice
adj. Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
adj. Giving totaly attention to; captivated
12 terms
Greek & Latin roots Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy; ferocious, demanding
Giving total attention to; captivated, caught up in
Hidden or secret; done without notice; sneaky, unauthorized
Able to be noticed or felt; observable, evident, visible
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy; ferocious, demanding
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated, caught up in
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 1, Unit 12
capita-
capitalize
decapitate
ora-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
(v.) to make the best of
(v.) to remove the head of
Latin: OS, ORIS, "mouth"
capita-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
capitalize
(v.) to make the best of
Unit 12: Latin & Greek Roots
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth
the art of public speaking
Capitalize
to make the best of
Decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek Roots
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
To make the best
To remove the head of
Having to do with the mouth
The art of public speaking
Capitalize
To make the best
Decapitate
To remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 12
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
V. To make the best of
V. To remove the head of
Adj. having to do with the mouth
N. The art of public speaking
Capitalize
V. To make the best of
Decapitate
V. To remove the head of
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 12 book 5
it/ianc
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
to go, to pass
act or practice aimed at undermining authority
environmental surrounding; atmosphere
roundabout or lengthy
it/ianc
to go, to pass
sedition
act or practice aimed at undermining authority
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 12
terrorize
deter
horrific
abhor
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
causing extreme horror or disgust
to feel horror towards; hate
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
deter
to prevent; to discourage
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 12
terrorize
deter
horrific
abhor
to repeatedly frighten
to prevent; to discourage
causing extreme horror or disgust
to feel horror towards; hate
terrorize
to repeatedly frighten
deter
to prevent; to discourage
10 terms
6th Greek/Latin II Roots Unit 12
dromos
mons, montis
humus
folium
running, race course
mountain
earth
leaf
dromos
running, race course
mons, montis
mountain
14 terms
Unit 12, Greek & Latin roots
Capita
Capitalize
Decapitate
Ora
Latin "head"
to make the best of
to remove the head of
Latin "mouth"
Capita
Latin "head"
Capitalize
to make the best of
12 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 12
ultimate
penultimate
ultimatum
infinite
surpassing all others; definitive
just before the final; next to last
a demand or threat that is final
without beginning or end
ultimate
surpassing all others; definitive
penultimate
just before the final; next to last
12 terms
Book VI, Unit 12- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to bring under control; to conquer or…
of or related to marriage
touching on one side; sharing a border…
possible, conditional
subjugate
conjugal
contiguous
contingent
to bring under control; to conquer or…
subjugate
of or related to marriage
conjugal
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
RAP
Rapacious
Rapt
Surrtitious
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM "to snatch"... Latin RAPAX "greedy, devouri…
Seizing everything; greedy... Synonym: Demanding... Antonym: Giving
Giving total attention to; captivated... Synonym: Fascinated... Ant…
Hidden or secret; done without notice... Synonym: Stealthy... Anton…
RAP
Latin RAPERE, RAPTUM "to snatch"... Latin RAPAX "greedy, devouri…
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy... Synonym: Demanding... Antonym: Giving
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Book 3; Unit 12
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
perceptible
Seizing everything greedy
Giving total attention to; Captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
rapacious
Seizing everything greedy
rapt
Giving total attention to; Captivated
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book IV Unit 12
Subjugate
Conjugal
Contiguous
Contingent
v. To bring under control; to conquer or subdue
adj. Of or related to marriage
adj. Touching on one side; sharing a border or borders
adj. Possible, conditional
Subjugate
v. To bring under control; to conquer or subdue
Conjugal
adj. Of or related to marriage
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Book 3; Unit 12
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
perceptible
Seizing everything greedy
Giving total attention to; Captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
rapacious
Seizing everything greedy
rapt
Giving total attention to; Captivated
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Book 3; Unit 12
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
perceptible
Seizing everything greedy
Giving total attention to; Captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
rapacious
Seizing everything greedy
rapt
Giving total attention to; Captivated
16 terms
Latin & Greek Roots: Book IV (4) - Unit 12
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Infinite
surpassing all others; definitive
just before the final; next to last
a demand or threat that is final
without beginning or end
Ultimate
surpassing all others; definitive
Penultimate
just before the final; next to last
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority; rebellion;…
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority; rebellion;…
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 1, Unit 12
capita-
capitalize
decapitate
ora-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
(v.) to make the best of
(v.) to remove the head of
Latin: OS, ORIS, "mouth"
capita-
Latin: CAPUT, CAPITIS, "head"
capitalize
(v.) to make the best of
14 terms
Latin & Greek Roots~ Unit 12
Capita, Caput, Capitis
Ora, Os, Oris
Man, Manu, Manus
Ling, Lingua
Latin "head"
Latin "mouth"
Latin "hand"
Latin "tongue"
Capita, Caput, Capitis
Latin "head"
Ora, Os, Oris
Latin "mouth"
11 terms
Unit 12 Greek & Latin Roots It Takes 2
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
bicycle
bilingual
12 terms
Unit 12 Latin/Greek roots
Ulitmate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Infinite
Surpassing al others; definitive
Just before the final; next to last
A demand or threat that is final
Without beginning or end
Ulitmate
Surpassing al others; definitive
Penultimate
Just before the final; next to last
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots, Book III, Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots/ Unit 12 vocab
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1. having to do with the mouth... 2. spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
Ultimate
Penultimate
Ultimatum
Infinite
adjective: surpassing all others
adjective: just before the final; next to last
noun: a final threat or demand
adjective: without beginning or end
Ultimate
adjective: surpassing all others
Penultimate
adjective: just before the final; next to last
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 3, 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
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