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Etymology Latin Lesson 30 - Vocab
solar
lunar
constellation
sidereal
relating to the sun
relating to the moon
stars together (thus, a group of stars)
relating to stars
solar
relating to the sun
lunar
relating to the moon
18 terms
Etymology Latin Lesson 30 - Roots
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
12 terms
Lesson 30 (all etymologies)
arbor
burjon
de
cadere
Latin: tree
Old French: a bud
Latin: away
Latin: to fall
arbor
Latin: tree
burjon
Old French: a bud
14 terms
Lesson 30
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
15 terms
Latin Lesson 30 - Vocab
solar
lunar
constellation
sidereal
relating to the sun
relating to the moon
stars together (thus, a group of stars)
relating to stars
solar
relating to the sun
lunar
relating to the moon
18 terms
Latin Lesson 30 - Roots
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
14 terms
Latin Lesson 30
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
15 terms
Latin Lesson 30 words
solar
lunar
constellation
sidereal
of or relating to the sun
of or relating to the moon
any various groups of stars to which definite names have been…
determined by or from stars
solar
of or relating to the sun
lunar
of or relating to the moon
14 terms
Latin Lesson 30 roots
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star ; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
15 terms
Latin Lesson 30 - Roots
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star, group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
14 terms
LATIN: Lesson 30
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star; group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
60 terms
Etymology Lesson 25-30
Append; appendix; appended
Dispense; dispensed
Expendable; expend
Impend; impended
To add something to the end of a document; to attach to
To distribute in parts and portions; to exempt from a duty or…
Not strictly necessary; not worth keeping or reusing
To be about to happen; to threaten to happen
Append; appendix; appended
To add something to the end of a document; to attach to
Dispense; dispensed
To distribute in parts and portions; to exempt from a duty or…
60 terms
Etymology Lessons 25-30
Ambivalence; ambivalent
Avail; availed
Countervailing; countervail
Evaluate; evaluation
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
To be OF USE or advantage to; to help; use, benefit, advantage
Acting against something so as to cancel its effect; countera…
To judge or determine the value of
Ambivalence; ambivalent
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
Avail; availed
To be OF USE or advantage to; to help; use, benefit, advantage
45 terms
Etymology Lesson 28-30
-gon
hect(o)-
hedr
hemi-
angle/angled
hundred, many
side/face
half
-gon
angle/angled
hect(o)-
hundred, many
45 terms
Etymology lessons 28-30
gon
hect(o)
hedr
hemi
angled
hundred, many
side/face
half
gon
angled
hect(o)
hundred, many
60 terms
Etymology Lessons 25-30
Ambivalence; ambivalent
Avail; availed
Countervailing; countervail
Evaluate; evaluation
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
To be OF USE or advantage to; to help; use, benefit, advantage
Acting against something so as to cancel its effect; countera…
To judge or determine the value of
Ambivalence; ambivalent
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
Avail; availed
To be OF USE or advantage to; to help; use, benefit, advantage
29 terms
etymology lessons 29 and 30
sol
lun
stell
sider
sun
moon
star
star, group of stars
sol
sun
lun
moon
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Etymology Greek Lesson 2
arch, archi
dem
gen, gon
gon
rule; govern
people
kind; race; origin
angle
arch, archi
rule; govern
dem
people
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Etymology Greek Lesson 8
crat, cras
cosm
polit, polis
crit, cris
mix
order; world
city
separate; discern; judge
crat, cras
mix
cosm
order; world
29 terms
Etymology Latin Lesson 29 &30
glob
glomer
orb
orbit
ball; sphere
ball; cluster
circle; ball
track; path
glob
ball; sphere
glomer
ball; cluster
40 terms
Etymology: Lesson 1
BIO -
biography
biology
biosphere
life
written story of one's life
the study of living organisms
the regions of the Earth where living organisms exist
BIO -
life
biography
written story of one's life
45 terms
Etymology Lessons 28, 29, and 30
-gon
hecto-
hedr
hemi-
angle
hundred, many
side/face
half
-gon
angle
hecto-
hundred, many
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Etymology Lesson 8
dehydrated
hydrant
hydrate
hydraulic
the state in which a large amount of water has been lost or r…
a pipe in or near the street that provides water, especially…
to add water or moisture to something; to supply something wi…
operated by the pressure of a fluid
dehydrated
the state in which a large amount of water has been lost or r…
hydrant
a pipe in or near the street that provides water, especially…
27 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 2
arch, archi
dem
gen, gon
gon
rule; govern
people
kind; race; origin
angle
arch, archi
rule; govern
dem
people
29 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 12
therm
hydr
hygr
bar
heat
water
moisture
weight;pressure
therm
heat
hydr
water
40 terms
Etymology Latin Lesson 17
tempor
annu, enni
mod
medi
time
year
measure; manner
middle
tempor
time
annu, enni
year
34 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 1
anthrop
phil
miso
biblio, bibl
man; mankind
love
hate
book
anthrop
man; mankind
phil
love
28 terms
Etymology Latin Lesson 13
ambul
grad, gred, gress
migr, migrat
ced, cess
walk
step
move; travel
move; withdrawl
ambul
walk
grad, gred, gress
step
32 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 11
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
104 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 10
dermatology
monoglot
autobiography
politics
the scientific study of the skin and its diseases
able to speak and understand only one language
a biography written by the person it is about
activities that relate to influencing the actions and policie…
dermatology
the scientific study of the skin and its diseases
monoglot
able to speak and understand only one language
35 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 14
tax, tact
tox, toxic
dox
paed, ped
arrangement; order
poison
belief; opinion
child; instruction
tax, tact
arrangement; order
tox, toxic
poison
24 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 4
path
batho , bathy
therap
haem , hem , aem , -em
feeling; disease
depth
cure
blood
path
feeling; disease
batho , bathy
depth
35 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 3
theo
geo
helio
dyn, dynam
god
earth
sun
power; force
theo
god
geo
earth
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Etymology Greek Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
29 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 13
aesth, esth
eth
meur
pneum, pneumat, -pnea
feeling; perception
habit; moral
nerve
breath; wind
aesth, esth
feeling; perception
eth
habit; moral
34 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 7
bio
phys
psych
soma, somat
life
nature; growth
mind; soul; spirit
body
bio
life
phys
nature; growth
10 terms
7th Grade Vocabulary Lesson 30
backlog
barter
commerce
franchise
-noun ... -no etymology... -orders waiting to be filled
-verb... -no etymology... -to trade goods or services without using…
-noun... -latin com-, "together" + merx, "merchandise"... -trade; t…
-noun and verb... -French franche, "free"... -the right to sell or…
backlog
-noun ... -no etymology... -orders waiting to be filled
barter
-verb... -no etymology... -to trade goods or services without using…
60 terms
Etymology test chapters lesson 25-30
Ambivalence
Avail
Countervailing
Evaluate
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
To be of use or advantage to; to help; use benefit, or advant…
Acting against something so as to cancel its effects countera…
To judge or determine the value of
Ambivalence
The presence of conflicting or opposing ideas or feelings; un…
Avail
To be of use or advantage to; to help; use benefit, or advant…
12 terms
Lesson 14 Etymology
custom
labor
log
scope
one's own
work
idea, word, speech, reason
to see
custom
one's own
labor
work
12 terms
Lesson 15 Etymology
arthr, art
gam
peri
pre
segment, joint
marriage
around, about
before
arthr, art
segment, joint
gam
marriage
10 terms
Etymology - Lesson 4
Concise
Contraband
Chastise
Conjure
Compact; saying a lot in a few words
Illegal, smuggled goods
To punish or discipline severely
To bring about as if by magic
Concise
Compact; saying a lot in a few words
Contraband
Illegal, smuggled goods
10 terms
Etymology - Lesson 2
Appease
Archaeology
Archaic
Archenemy
To bring a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm or contentment;
A science that deals with past human life and activities by s…
Old and no longer used
Someone's main enemy
Appease
To bring a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm or contentment;
Archaeology
A science that deals with past human life and activities by s…
9 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 4
path
batho, bathy
therap
haem, hem, hemat, -aem, -em
feeling; disease
depth
cure
blood
path
feeling; disease
batho, bathy
depth
10 terms
Etymology - Lesson 3
Banish
Banter
Barbaric
Barometer
To send or drive away; dismiss
The exchange of quick, witty conversation
Uncivilized; savage; crude or unrestrained manner
Instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure; anything that…
Banish
To send or drive away; dismiss
Banter
The exchange of quick, witty conversation
20 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 3
theo
geo
helio
dyn, dynam
god
earth
sun
power; force
theo
god
geo
earth
17 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 11
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
15 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 12
therm
hydr
hygr
bar
heat
water
moisture
weight; pressure
therm
heat
hydr
water
10 terms
Etymology - Lesson 1
Abominable
Aboriginal
Animated
Abyss
Disgusting; extremely unpleasant
Native; existing in a place from earliest known times
To give the appearance of being alive; lively; vivacious
Immeasurably deep or bottomless opening or pit
Abominable
Disgusting; extremely unpleasant
Aboriginal
Native; existing in a place from earliest known times
25 terms
Etymology Greek Lesson 7
bio
phys
psych
soma, somat
life
nature; growth
mind; soul; spirit
body
bio
life
phys
nature; growth
10 terms
Lesson 1 : Etymology
ambidextrous
aboriginal
animated
abominable
able to use both hands with equal ease
native; existing in a place from the earliest known times
to give the appearance of being alive; lively; vivacious
disgusting; extremely unpleasant
ambidextrous
able to use both hands with equal ease
aboriginal
native; existing in a place from the earliest known times
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