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English: Old Greek Terms
Anthropo
Demo
Gyn
Ped
human being or man kind
people
woman or female
child
Anthropo
human being or man kind
Demo
people
28 terms
Old greek english
The N/M sing.
The N/F sing.
The N/N sing.
The A/M sing.
>ο
Τό
Τόν
The N/M sing.
>ο
The N/F sing.
14 terms
Greek, Latin, Old English
patient
medical
breath
knee
suffer or undergo
to heal, pertaining to the practice of medicine
single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
an angular shape
patient
suffer or undergo
medical
to heal, pertaining to the practice of medicine
70 terms
Greek & Old English
Demotic... /deh 'mah dik/
Monotonous
Periscope
Mahimahi... (Marquesean, Tahitian, Hawaii…
Of, belonging to, or connected with the form of Modern Greek…
Having no change or variety: wearisomely uniform
A tubular optical instrument containing lenses and mirrors
A spiny-finned fish which is widely distributed in tropical a…
Demotic... /deh 'mah dik/
Of, belonging to, or connected with the form of Modern Greek…
Monotonous
Having no change or variety: wearisomely uniform
16 terms
Greek, Latin, and Old English Words
patient (OE)
medical (L)
breath (OE)
mucus (L)
to suffer, undergo
to heal; pertaining to the practice of medicine
single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
clear, sticky secretion
patient (OE)
to suffer, undergo
medical (L)
to heal; pertaining to the practice of medicine
Greek, Latin & Old English Words
Patient
Medical
Breath
Mucus
(OE) To suffer; to undergo
(Lat) To heal; "pertaining to the practice of medicine"
(OE) A single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
(Lat)A clear, sticky secretion
Patient
(OE) To suffer; to undergo
Medical
(Lat) To heal; "pertaining to the practice of medicine"
Greek, Latin, and Old English Word
patient
medical
breath
mucus
old english : suffer of undergo; person under medical or surg…
latin: to heal: pertaining to the practice of medicine
old english: a single cycle of inhaling and exhailing
latin; clear, sticky secreation
patient
old english : suffer of undergo; person under medical or surg…
medical
latin: to heal: pertaining to the practice of medicine
Greek, Latin, and Old English words
Patient
Medical
Breath
Mucus
to suffer or undergo (person who is under medical/surgical tr…
to heal (pertaining to the practice of medicine)
A single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
Clear, sticky secretion
Patient
to suffer or undergo (person who is under medical/surgical tr…
Medical
to heal (pertaining to the practice of medicine)
French, Latin, Greek, old english
ard, art
ee
eer
ess
one that does
one receiving action
doer, worker at
feminine
ard, art
one that does
ee
one receiving action
Greek, Latin and Old English Words
Patient:
Medical:
Breathe:
Mucus:
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
practice of medicine
a single cycle of inhaling and exhaling.
Latin word for a clear, sticky secretion
Patient:
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
Medical:
practice of medicine
14 terms
Greek, Latin, and Old English Words
patient
medical
breath
mucus
to suffer or undergo
to heal
a single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
a clear, sticky secretion
patient
to suffer or undergo
medical
to heal
14 terms
Greek, Latin, and Old English Words
patient
medical
breath
mucus
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
pertaining to the practice of medicine
a single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
a clear, sticky secretion
patient
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
medical
pertaining to the practice of medicine
Greek, Latin and Old English words
patient
medical
breath
mucus
to suffer or undergo
to heal
a single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
a clear, sticky secretion
patient
to suffer or undergo
medical
to heal
40 terms
Lol English and Old Greek men
Naiad
Classical
Romantic
Primeval
Nymphs who presided over rivers amd streams in forests
Pertaining to the classical age
Characterized by an idealized view of reality
Resembling the earliest stages of histroy
Naiad
Nymphs who presided over rivers amd streams in forests
Classical
Pertaining to the classical age
Greek, Latin and Old English Words
Patient:
Medical:
Breathe:
Mucus:
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
practice of medicine
a single cycle of inhaling and exhaling.
Latin word for a clear, sticky secretion
Patient:
a person who is under medical or surgical treatment
Medical:
practice of medicine
Clues for identifying Old English/Latin/Greek words
medical, technical and scientific words
words with ph - phrase, graph, phone
words with ch pronounced /k/ - choir,…
long words with the letter k - kilomet…
Greek
Greek
Greek
Greek
medical, technical and scientific words
Greek
words with ph - phrase, graph, phone
Greek
16 terms
Greek & Latin & Old/Middle English Prefixes (with pics)
uni-
mono-
bi-
di-
From the Latin word "unus" (meaning "one"), this prefix means…
From the Greek word "monos" (meaning "alone"), this prefix me…
From the Latin word "bis" (meaning "twice"), this prefix mean…
From the Greek word "dis" (meaning "twice" or "double"), this…
uni-
From the Latin word "unus" (meaning "one"), this prefix means…
mono-
From the Greek word "monos" (meaning "alone"), this prefix me…
15 terms
Ch 1 Greek, Latin and Old English Words
patient
medical
breath
mucus
an old English term meaning to suffer or undergo; the term re…
from a Latin term meaning to heal; it means pertaining to the…
an Old English word meaning a single cycle of inhaling and ex…
a Latin word for a clear, sticky secretion
patient
an old English term meaning to suffer or undergo; the term re…
medical
from a Latin term meaning to heal; it means pertaining to the…
20 terms
Greek/Roman/Old English Names for Gods
Posidon
Hades
Demter
Hestia
Roman: Neptunus... Old English: Neptune
Roman: Dispater (Pluto)... Old English: Pluto
Ceres
Vesta
Posidon
Roman: Neptunus... Old English: Neptune
Hades
Roman: Dispater (Pluto)... Old English: Pluto
93 terms
Translations (Greek, German, French, Old English)
ganglion
mucus
prostate
ureter
Gr: swelling or knot
Gr: slime
Gr: one who stands before
Gr: urinary canal
ganglion
Gr: swelling or knot
mucus
Gr: slime
24 terms
Greek to Roman (Old French/English) Names
Cronus
Rheia
Zeus
Hera
Saturn
Rhea
Jupiter, Jove
Juno
Cronus
Saturn
Rheia
Rhea
100 terms
Latin Greek German and old English stems LA
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
24 terms
Greek Gods and Their French/Old English Names
Cronus
Rheia
Zeus
Hera
Saturn
Rhea
Jupiter, Jove
Juno
Cronus
Saturn
Rheia
Rhea
16 terms
Greek & Latin & Old/Middle English Prefixes (no pics)
uni-
mono-
bi-
di-
From the Latin word "unus" (meaning "one"), this prefix means…
From the Greek word "monos" (meaning "alone"), this prefix me…
From the Latin word "bis" (meaning "twice"), this prefix mean…
From the Greek word "dis" (meaning "twice" or "double"), this…
uni-
From the Latin word "unus" (meaning "one"), this prefix means…
mono-
From the Greek word "monos" (meaning "alone"), this prefix me…
43 terms
Old Greek
Χαιρετε
Ό φιλόσοφος
έπτά
ό σοφός
Freut Euch
der Philosoph
sieben
der Weise, Sachverständige
Χαιρετε
Freut Euch
Ό φιλόσοφος
der Philosoph
Old Greek
Acropolis by Iktinos + Kallikrates
Doryphoros by Polykleitos
Niobides Kraters by Niobides painter
Tomb of the Triclinium
430 Classical
450 Classical
460 Classical
480 Etruscan
Acropolis by Iktinos + Kallikrates
430 Classical
Doryphoros by Polykleitos
450 Classical
20 terms
Old English
quell
belay
dross
timely
put an end to
make fast (rope)
refuse
well timed
quell
put an end to
belay
make fast (rope)
Old English
dearth
blithe
belay
belay
...
...
...
...
dearth
...
blithe
...
16 terms
Old English
heall
beag
dælan
bera
hall
ring, treasure
to share out, apportion
bear
heall
hall
beag
ring, treasure
59 terms
Old English
quell
barrow
dearth
bower
to suppress; put an end to; extinguish
a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, especiall…
an inadequate supply; scarcity; lack
a flexible strip of wood or other material, bent by a string…
quell
to suppress; put an end to; extinguish
barrow
a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, especiall…
257 terms
Old English
cyning
Wið
ac
bāt
king
against
but, however
boat
cyning
king
Wið
against
6 terms
Grigsby www list #1 Greek,Germanic,Old English
Anti
Mis
Syn
Sym
Against(Greek)
Bad(Germanic)
Together(Greek)
Together(Greek)
Anti
Against(Greek)
Mis
Bad(Germanic)
15 terms
Chapter 1.7 Greek, Latin, and Old English Words
Patient
Medical
Breath
Mucus
To suffer or undergo; a person who is under medical treatment
To heal; pertaining to the practice of medicine
A single cycle of inhaling and exhaling
Clear, sticky secretion
Patient
To suffer or undergo; a person who is under medical treatment
Medical
To heal; pertaining to the practice of medicine
96 terms
Old English
quell
barrow
dearth
bower
...
...
...
...
quell
...
barrow
...
Latin, Spanish, Italian, Old English, New World, and Greek spelling tips
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Try to remember a related word if you think there is a double…
Be careful with words that have the /s/ sound. Most of the ti…
The letter k barely ever appears in any word from this origin…
The letter x often gets the pronunciation /gz/... Ex.) exacerbat…
Latin
Try to remember a related word if you think there is a double…
Latin
Be careful with words that have the /s/ sound. Most of the ti…
16 terms
HIT L1 Greek, Latin, and Old English words
Patient
medical
breath
mucus
oe: to suffer, undergo
l: to heal
oe: a single inhaling and exhaling
l: clear sticky secretion
Patient
oe: to suffer, undergo
medical
l: to heal
224 terms
HTH 210: Word Origins - Latin, Greek, Old English, etc.
mature
axilla/axillae
ganglion/ganglia
ileum
ready (Latin)
armpit (Latin)
a swelling, knot (Latin)
to twist, roll up (Latin)
mature
ready (Latin)
axilla/axillae
armpit (Latin)
31 terms
Old English
Shire
Victual
Mantle
Stave
county in England
food
cloak
staff
Shire
county in England
Victual
food
434 terms
Terms greek, latin, french, german, or old english meanings
diabetes
mellitus
mature
axilla
greek for siphon
latin for sweetened with honey
latin for ready
latin for armpit
diabetes
greek for siphon
mellitus
latin for sweetened with honey
old English
quell
barrow
dearth
bower
to thoroughly overwhelm and reduce to submission or passivity…
mountain, mound —used only in the names of hills in England
scarcity that makes dear; specifically
an attractive dwelling or retreat
quell
to thoroughly overwhelm and reduce to submission or passivity…
barrow
mountain, mound —used only in the names of hills in England
Old English
Land
Wolf
Flood
Over
Lond
Wulf
Flod
Ofer
Land
Lond
Wolf
Wulf
Old English
Shire
Victual
Mantle
Stave
county
Food
Cloak
Staff
Shire
county
Victual
Food
Old English
shire
victual
mantle
stave
county
food
cloak
staff
shire
county
victual
food
Old English
mattock
knavery
fathom
womanly
a digging and grubbing tool with features of an adze and an a…
: a roguish or mischievous act... 2... obsolete : roguish mischief
a unit of length equal to six feet (about 1.8 meters) used es…
having or showing qualities (such as beauty or gentleness) th…
mattock
a digging and grubbing tool with features of an adze and an a…
knavery
: a roguish or mischievous act... 2... obsolete : roguish mischief
10 terms
Old English
immutable
erudite
revere
gratuitous
(adj.) never changing; unchangeable; unalterable
(adj.) having or displaying extensive knowledge; learned; sch…
(v.) to regard with deep respect, honor, or esteem; to revere
(adj.) freely given or obtained; unearned; uncalled for; with…
immutable
(adj.) never changing; unchangeable; unalterable
erudite
(adj.) having or displaying extensive knowledge; learned; sch…
Old English
Shire
Victual
Mantle
Stave
County
Food
Cloak
Staff
Shire
County
Victual
Food
10 terms
Old English Pronouns
ic
þu
he
heo
I
you
he
she
ic
I
þu
you
Old Greek Stories Vocabulary
forethought
intent
dreary
tyrant
a thinking of something beforehand; previous consideration; a…
having the attention sharply focused or fixed on something:
causing sadness or gloom; dull boring
a sovereign or other ruler who uses power oppressively or unj…
forethought
a thinking of something beforehand; previous consideration; a…
intent
having the attention sharply focused or fixed on something:
"This" Old English
S.G. N Masculine
S.G. A Masculine
S.G. G Masculine
S.G. D Masculine
Þes
Þisne
Þisses
Þissum
S.G. N Masculine
Þes
S.G. A Masculine
Þisne
Old Greek Stories
Befriended
Foreboding
Gaunt
Whirring
to make friends with
predict/ bad omen
thin
a sound from something that is spinning rapidly
Befriended
to make friends with
Foreboding
predict/ bad omen
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