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Latin Origin
Villa, house
Tall, high, deep
Antique, old
Long
Villa
Alta
Antiqua
Longa
Villa, house
Villa
Tall, high, deep
Alta
129 terms
Latin origin
sternum
cavity
mitral
septum
the chest
hollow
turban
partition
sternum
the chest
cavity
hollow
Latin Origins
-Dict-
-Duc-
-Gress-
-Ject-
To say
To lead, bring, take
To walk
To throw
-Dict-
To say
-Duc-
To lead, bring, take
11 terms
Latin Origin
Alumnae
Alumni
Axes
Bacilli
Alumna (S)
Alumnus
Axis
Bacillus
Alumnae
Alumna (S)
Alumni
Alumnus
32 terms
Latin Origins/Greek Origins
Videre
Currere
Gradus
Populus
To see
To run
To step or degree
The people
Videre
To see
Currere
To run
10 terms
Latin Origin (Latin Prefix)
co-
de-
dis-
inter-
together ... (coauthor)
away, off; generally indicates reversal or removal in English…
not, not any... (discomfort)
Between, among ... (interfaith)
co-
together ... (coauthor)
de-
away, off; generally indicates reversal or removal in English…
Latin Origins
Dict
Duc
Gress
Ject
To Say
To lead, bring, Take
To Walk
To Throw
Dict
To Say
Duc
To lead, bring, Take
Latin Origins
dict-
duc-
gress-
ject-
to say
to lead, bring, take
to walk
to throw
dict-
to say
duc-
to lead, bring, take
Latin origins
Dict
Duc
gress
ject
to say; contradict, predict
to lead bring; produce,
to walk; digress
to throw; eject
Dict
to say; contradict, predict
Duc
to lead bring; produce,
25 terms
Latin Origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say; ex- contradict
to lead, bring, take; ex- produce
to walk; ex- progress
to throw; ex- eject
-dict-
to say; ex- contradict
-duc-
to lead, bring, take; ex- produce
25 terms
Latin Origins
Dict
Duc
Gress
Ject
to say... ex: dictate
to lead, bring, take... ex:produce
to walk... ex: progress
to throw... ex: eject
Dict
to say... ex: dictate
Duc
to lead, bring, take... ex:produce
9 terms
Latin origins
co
de
dis
non
together
away form, or without
not any
not
co
together
de
away form, or without
Latin Origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say
ton lead, bring, take
to walk
to throw
-dict-
to say
-duc-
ton lead, bring, take
Latin Origins
dict
duc
gress
ject
to say (dictate)
to lead/take/bring (reduce)
to walk (digress)
to throw (reject)
dict
to say (dictate)
duc
to lead/take/bring (reduce)
Latin Origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say
to lead, bring, take
to walk
to throw
-dict-
to say
-duc-
to lead, bring, take
Latin Origins
-dict
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say (Ex: contradict, dictate)
to lead, bring, take (Ex: deduce, produce)
to walk (Ex: digress, progress)
to throw (Ex: eject, project)
-dict
to say (Ex: contradict, dictate)
-duc-
to lead, bring, take (Ex: deduce, produce)
25 terms
Latin Origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
To say... Example: Dictate
To lead, bring, take... Example: Deduce
To walk... Example: Transgress
To throw... Example: Inject
-dict-
To say... Example: Dictate
-duc-
To lead, bring, take... Example: Deduce
Latin origins
dict
duc
gress
ject
to say
to lead
to walk
to throw
dict
to say
duc
to lead
LATIN ORIGINS
-dict
-duc
-gress
-ject
to say
to lead, bring, take
to walk
to throw
-dict
to say
-duc
to lead, bring, take
25 terms
Latin Origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say... ex;predict
to lead,bring,take... ex;produce,reduce
to walk... ex;progress
to throw... ex;inject,project,eject
-dict-
to say... ex;predict
-duc-
to lead,bring,take... ex;produce,reduce
25 terms
Latin origins
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say ... example- contradict
to lead, bring, take... example- produce
to walk... example- digress
to throw... example- eject
-dict-
to say ... example- contradict
-duc-
to lead, bring, take... example- produce
Latin origins
Ambul
Cert
Dict
Herb
Ambulare
Certificatum
Dictionarium
Herbe,Herba
Ambul
Ambulare
Cert
Certificatum
26 terms
Latin Origins
Circum
Homo
Contra/o
Act
around or about
like, alike, same
against or opposite
do
Circum
around or about
Homo
like, alike, same
Latin Origins
Phot/Phos
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
Greek- Phos- Phot- Light
Tending to grow or move towards light.
Giving off light without heat.
Attractive in pictures or photographs.
Phot/Phos
Greek- Phos- Phot- Light
Phototropic
Tending to grow or move towards light.
Latin Origins
Ad hoc (adv/adj)
Alter ego (n. phrase)
Bona fide (adj)
Caveat emptor (n. phrase)
For a specific, particular purpose
The person most like you in temperament and taste
Sincere; Genuine or authentic
In marketing, the buyer must assume the risk of anything purc…
Ad hoc (adv/adj)
For a specific, particular purpose
Alter ego (n. phrase)
The person most like you in temperament and taste
Word of Latin Origin
able
all the time
a lot
a lot of
capable
continually, constantly
a great deal, noticeably
a wide variety, many
able
capable
all the time
continually, constantly
10 terms
Greek and Latin Origin Words
aerodynamics
biennial
discord
credulous
The science of moving through air
occurring every two years
(adj.) disagreeable in sound, jarring; lacking in harmony, co…
too trusting; gullible
aerodynamics
The science of moving through air
biennial
occurring every two years
Latin Origins
Dict
Duc
Gress
Ject
to say ( Ex. dictate)
to lead, bring, take ( Ex. produce)
to walk (Ex. progress)
to throw (Ex. eject)
Dict
to say ( Ex. dictate)
Duc
to lead, bring, take ( Ex. produce)
31 terms
Latin Origins
a posteriori
supererogation
ague
tumulus
not existing in the mind prior to or independent of experience
the performance of more work than duty requires.
malaria or some other illness involving fever and shivering.-…
Archaeology. an artificial mound, especially over a grave; ba…
a posteriori
not existing in the mind prior to or independent of experience
supererogation
the performance of more work than duty requires.
10 terms
Latin Origin and Synonym
Erratic
Advent
Sylvan
Auxiliary
Errant; unpredictable
Adveniunt; arrival
Silvam; wooded
Auxiliam; additional
Erratic
Errant; unpredictable
Advent
Adveniunt; arrival
13 terms
Latin Origin of Months
January
February
March
April
from Janus, the god of beginnings
from februa, a Roman rite of purification
from Mars, the god of war
from the word aperīre, to open (as flower buds)
January
from Janus, the god of beginnings
February
from februa, a Roman rite of purification
16 terms
Latin Origins - Prefixes
trans-
inter-
non-
in-
across
between
not
in
trans-
across
inter-
between
74 terms
Origines Latines
agr(i,o)
ant(e)
aqu(a)
arbor
champs
avant
eau
arbre
agr(i,o)
champs
ant(e)
avant
Latin Origin Words
inane
relevant
impetuous
ambivalent
(adj.) silly, empty of meaning or value
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand
(adj.) quick to act without thinking; impulsive
(adj.) having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about som…
inane
(adj.) silly, empty of meaning or value
relevant
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand
13 terms
Latin Origins - Roots
port
form
scribe ... script
trac(t)
carry... opening ... gate
shape
to write
to drag... to draw... to pull
port
carry... opening ... gate
form
shape
12 terms
Latin Origin Lesson 3
ANIM
CAPIT, CIPIT (CEPS)
GRAND
GREG
mind; feeling; life; heart
head
great
flock; herd
ANIM
mind; feeling; life; heart
CAPIT, CIPIT (CEPS)
head
Lesson 8 Latin Origin
BEL(L)
DOC, DOCT
FERV
FRATR, FRATERN
war
to teach
to boil, to bubble
brother
BEL(L)
war
DOC, DOCT
to teach
30 terms
Origine latine
Agri
Alt
Ambi
Ambul
Champ/agriculture
Haut/altitude
Tous les deux/ambigue
Aller/ambulance
Agri
Champ/agriculture
Alt
Haut/altitude
25 terms
Origines latines
Cole
Color
Cord
Cruci
Cultiver, agricole
Couleur, colorié
Cœur, cordial
Croix, crucifier
Cole
Cultiver, agricole
Color
Couleur, colorié
20 terms
Latin Origin Lesson 4
UN(I)
BI(N)
DU
TRI
one
two
two; twice
three
UN(I)
one
BI(N)
two
origines latines
vox
capra
nauta
auricula
voix
chèvre
nautique
auriculaire
vox
voix
capra
chèvre
17 terms
Latin Origin Vocab
Ad hoc (adv/adj)
Alter ego (n phrase)
Bona fide (adj)
Caveat emptor (n phrase)
For a specific, particular purpose
The person most like you in temperament and tastes
Sincere; Genuine or authentic
In marketing, the buyer must assume the risk of anything purc…
Ad hoc (adv/adj)
For a specific, particular purpose
Alter ego (n phrase)
The person most like you in temperament and tastes
10 terms
Latin Origins (Latin Root)
-dict-
-duc-
-gress-
-ject-
to say ... (contradict)
to lead, bring, take... (produce)
to walk ... (progress)
to throw... (project)
-dict-
to say ... (contradict)
-duc-
to lead, bring, take... (produce)
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots and origins
cyto-
endo-
iso-
hypo-
cell
within
equal
below
cyto-
cell
endo-
within
28 terms
Latin America country origin
Mexico
Guatemala
Belize
El savador
Spanish
Spanish
English
Spanish
Mexico
Spanish
Guatemala
Spanish
57 terms
Latin Origin (Abbreviations)
before
of each
before meals
up to
ante
ana
ante cibos or cibum
ad
before
ante
of each
ana
10 terms
Latin Root - Gen - Birth, Origin
Progeny
Generous
Genius
Gender
The children born to a person
Bounteous, very giving; as if born with plenty of money
Brilliant mind; a person born with great intelligence
Being either male or female
Progeny
The children born to a person
Generous
Bounteous, very giving; as if born with plenty of money
Ela latin origin
totalitarian
dictatorship
opposition
sabotage
evasurant
dictatura
antiteton
sabotage
totalitarian
evasurant
dictatorship
dictatura
5 terms
Elements with Latin Origin
Aurum
Cuprum
Ferrum
Stannum
Au
Cu
Fe
Sn
Aurum
Au
Cuprum
Cu
20 terms
Latin Origin Vocab I
antebellum (adj)
bellicose (adj)
belligerence (n)
rebellion (n)
existing before war
warlike, quarrelsome
aggressiveness
open defiance and opposition to a person or group in authority
antebellum (adj)
existing before war
bellicose (adj)
warlike, quarrelsome
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