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11 terms
Classical Roots B2
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
upset; overthrow
submissive; yielding
twist; bend
change; twist
subvert
upset; overthrow
subservient
submissive; yielding
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B
subvert
subservient
contort
distort
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
to twist or bend out of shape
to change something to make it false; to twist out of its nat…
subvert
to overthrow; to upset; to ruin
subservient
excessively willing to yield; submissive
10 terms
Classical roots B lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
- to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
- to say over again
- quick, witty reply... - conversation characterized by such rem…
- the stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a…
refute
- to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
reiterate
- to say over again
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 1
percussion
perennial
persevere
permeate
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
to hold fast to a task despite handicaps or obstacles
to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
percussion
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
perennial
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
28 terms
English Roots: Latin and Greek (Vocabulary form Classical Roots B)
AB (A)
AD
ANNUS
CARPERE
Latin for "away from"
Latin for "to" / "toward"
Latin for "year"
Latin for "to pick" / "to pluck" / "to seize"
AB (A)
Latin for "away from"
AD
Latin for "to" / "toward"
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 4
extraneous
extraterrestrial
extrovert
mediate
extra; coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating from outside the earth's atmosphere; a…
a person interested in things outside the self; opposite of i…
to act as negotiator between opposing sides in a dispute
extraneous
extra; coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
extraterrestrial
outside or originating from outside the earth's atmosphere; a…
6 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 2B
torqueo L.
contort
distort
distort
to twist
To twist or bend out of shape.
To change something to make it false.
To twist something out of its natural shape.
torqueo L.
to twist
contort
To twist or bend out of shape.
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Classical Roots B Lesson 2B
torqueo L.
contort
distort
retort
to twist
To twist or bend out of shape.
1. To twist something out of its natural shape.... 2. To change…
To reply quickly and sharply.
torqueo L.
to twist
contort
To twist or bend out of shape.
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Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 2
Sub
Subvert
Subservient
Torqueo, Torquere, Torsi, Tortum
"under"
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
excessively willing to yield; submissive
"to twist", "to bend", "to turn around"
Sub
"under"
Subvert
to upset; to overthrow; to ruin
5 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 2A
sub L.
subvert
subservient
perverse
under
To upset, overthrow, ruin.
Extremely compliant.
Stubbornly doing something other than what is expected.
sub L.
under
subvert
To upset, overthrow, ruin.
6 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 1A
percussion
perennial
permeate
persevere
Instruments that make a sound when struck.
Lasting for an indefinitely long time.
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout.
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
percussion
Instruments that make a sound when struck.
perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time.
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 1
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
1. The sharp striking of one thing against anothe
(adj.) lasting for a long time, persistent; (n.) a plant that…
(v.) to spread through, penetrate, soak through
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
1. The sharp striking of one thing against anothe
Perennial
(adj.) lasting for a long time, persistent; (n.) a plant that…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 16 (for english final)
feign
feint
effigy
ideology
(v.) to pretend
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
(n.) a sculpture or model of a person.
(n.) the main ideas of a class, group, or movement.
feign
(v.) to pretend
feint
(n.) a misleading movement or pretended attack; (v.) a preten…
9 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 15
Circuitous
Circumspect
Circumference
Orbit
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
Cautious, watchful
1. The outer boundary of a circle; the perimeter
1. the path that an object follows as it travels around anoth…
Circuitous
(adj.) roundabout, not direct
Circumspect
Cautious, watchful
10 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
to say over again
a quick, witty reply; a conversation characterized by such re…
the stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces that a pl…
refute
to prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
reiterate
to say over again
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 11
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
For a specific purpose or situation
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
to take in and make a part of the body; to digest OR to cause…
PERTAINING TO SMELL
ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly;…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 3
excerpt
exhilarate
exhonerate
exorbitant
a passage selected from a book, play, piece or music
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
to free from blame; to relieve of a task (not guilty)
excessive
excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, piece or music
exhilarate
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
10 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 10
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
specimen
showing signs that promise success
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
a survey of past times or events
a single thing that is taken as an example of a whole category
auspicious
showing signs that promise success
introspection
examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
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Classical Roots B: Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
harsh; rough
to exist in great quantitates or numbers; to be fully supplie…
to leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
to detest thoroughly
abrasive
harsh; rough
abound
to exist in great quantitates or numbers; to be fully supplie…
10 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
20 terms
English I Classical Roots Lesson 1 Book B
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
The sharp striking of ine thing against another... Describing…
Perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time ... Continuing regularly…
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Classical Roots B Lesson 7
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
Harsh; rough
To exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
abrasive
Harsh; rough
abound
To exist in great quantities or numbers; to be fully supplied…
54 terms
Classical Roots B
Per
Fero
Ferre
Tuli
=Through
=To bring, to bear, to carry
=To bring, to bear, to carry
=To bring, to bear, to carry
Per
=Through
Fero
=To bring, to bear, to carry
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 8
Absolve
Superlative
Analyze
Superfluous
(verb) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
(adj) the highest; above the rest
to look at something carefully by attention to its parts
Beyond what is required or sufficient;extra.
Absolve
(verb) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt
Superlative
(adj) the highest; above the rest
11 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 7
Abrasive
Abound
Abscound
Abhor
harsh, rough
to exist in great quantities or numbers, OR to be fully suppl…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself.
to detest thoroughly
Abrasive
harsh, rough
Abound
to exist in great quantities or numbers, OR to be fully suppl…
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 2
Subvert
Subservient
Contort
Distort
To upset; to overthrow; to ruin
Excessively willing to yield; submissive.
To twist or bend out of shape
1. To change something to make it false
Subvert
To upset; to overthrow; to ruin
Subservient
Excessively willing to yield; submissive.
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 12
Assent
Dissent
Presentiment
Sensual
To consent; to express agreement
To have or express a different opinion
A sense of something about to happen
physical or gratifying to the body
Assent
To consent; to express agreement
Dissent
To have or express a different opinion
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 1
percussion
perennial
persevere
permeate
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
to hold fast to a task despite handicaps or obstacles
to penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
percussion
the sharp striking of one thing against another; instruments…
perennial
lasting for an indefinitely long time; continuing regularly;…
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 10
Auspicious
Introspection
Retrospect
Specimen
ADJ, showing signs that promise success
ADJ, examination of one's own thoughts and feelings.
N, a survey or past times or events
N, a single thing that is taken as an example of a whole cate…
Auspicious
ADJ, showing signs that promise success
Introspection
ADJ, examination of one's own thoughts and feelings.
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 6
aptitude
inept
conjugal
adjunct
a natural talent or ability
without skill; inappropriate or out of place; foolish or absurd
pertaining to marriage- the relationship between a husband an…
an added part not essential to the whole
aptitude
a natural talent or ability
inept
without skill; inappropriate or out of place; foolish or absurd
14 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 6
tenere
apere
aptitude
inept
to hold, to keep; verb
to fasten, to attach
apere; n. a natural talent or ability; quickness in learning
apere; adj. without skill; inappropriate our out place; fooli…
tenere
to hold, to keep; verb
apere
to fasten, to attach
10 terms
Honors English- Vocabulary From Classical Roots- Unit 5- Level B
CUM
coherent... cohere, verb ; coherence, noun
colloquial... colloquialism, noun ; cohe…
commiserate... commiseration, noun
Latin: "with," "together with"
Adjective: Showing an orderly relation of parts.... Adjective: S…
Adjective: Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather tha…
Tr. and Intr. Verb: To feel or express sorrow or pity
CUM
Latin: "with," "together with"
coherent... cohere, verb ; coherence, noun
Adjective: Showing an orderly relation of parts.... Adjective: S…
Classical roots B lesson 3, and 4 vocab English-Gr
Ex
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Latin; meaning from, out of
N. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
V to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
V to free from blame... 2) to relieve of a task
Ex
Latin; meaning from, out of
Excerpt
N. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 13
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
(v.) to delay, put off until later
(adj.) wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundan…
(n) A person with great talent; a young genius
Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things
Procrastinate
(v.) to delay, put off until later
Prodigal
(adj.) wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundan…
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 6
Aptitude
Inept
Adjunct
Conjugate
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Without skill or inappropriate or out of place, foolish or ab…
An added part not essential to the whole.
to give forms of verbs in a fixed order.
Aptitude
A natural talent or ability; quickness in learning.
Inept
Without skill or inappropriate or out of place, foolish or ab…
10 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 9
Refute
Reiterate
Repartee
Repertoire
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
(v.) to say again, repeat
A quick, witty reply
1. n. The stock of plays, stories, songs, or other pieces tha…
Refute
To prove a statement or person to be incorrect; to disprove
Reiterate
(v.) to say again, repeat
9 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 14
Condole
Doleful
Irascible
Irate
(n.) an expression of sympathy
(adj.) sad; dreary
(adj) easily angered, irritable
Angry; enraged
Condole
(n.) an expression of sympathy
Doleful
(adj.) sad; dreary
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 16
Feign
Feint
Effigy
Ideology
(v.) to pretend
1. A misleading movement or pretended attack
A sculpture or model of a person.
the main ideas of a class, group, or movement
Feign
(v.) to pretend
Feint
1. A misleading movement or pretended attack
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 9
refute
reiterate
repartee
repertoire
to disprove; to prove a person or statement incorrect
to say over again
a quick witty reply
the stock of stories, plays, songs that a player is prepared…
refute
to disprove; to prove a person or statement incorrect
reiterate
to say over again
275 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B
Nolo contendere.
PER <L
percussion
cuss=quatere <L
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
through
(n) 1. The sharp striking of one thing against another... 2. Ins…
to strike
Nolo contendere.
I do not wish to contend. ... *A legal term used when a defenda…
PER <L
through
10 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
13 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary, Book B, Lesson 4
EXTRA
Extraneous
Extraterrestrial
Extrovert
on the outside
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
outside or originating outside the limits of the earth's atmo…
a person chiefly interested in things outside the self, direc…
EXTRA
on the outside
Extraneous
coming from outside; foreign; not essential or vital
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in a few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 5
coherent
colliquial
commiserate
condone
sticking together; showing an orderly relation of parts
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
to feel or express sorrow or pity
to forgive; to disregard an offense
coherent
sticking together; showing an orderly relation of parts
colliquial
characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
14 terms
Honors English-Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Level B: Unit 2
SUB
subvert
subserviant
TORQUEO, TORQUERE, TORSI, TORTUM
Latin: "under"
Tr. Verb: To upset; to overthrow; to ruin
Adjective: Excessively willing to yield; submissive
Latin: "to twist" "to bend" "to turn around"
SUB
Latin: "under"
subvert
Tr. Verb: To upset; to overthrow; to ruin
10 terms
Classical Roots B lesson 10
auspicious
introspection
retrospect
speciamen
Showing signs that promise success.
Examination of one's own thoughts and feelings.
A survey of past times or events.
A single thing that is taken as an example of a whole category.
auspicious
Showing signs that promise success.
introspection
Examination of one's own thoughts and feelings.
12 terms
Honors English-Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Level B: Unit 3
EX
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
Latin: "from" "out of"
Noun: A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music et…
Tr. Verb: To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
Tr. Verb: To free from blame; to relieve of a task
EX
Latin: "from" "out of"
excerpt
Noun: A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music et…
9 terms
Classical Roots B lesson 12
assent
dissent
pesentiment
sensuous
To consent; to express agreement (used with to).
1.To have or express a different opinion.... 2. Disagreement.
A sense of something about to happen.
Appealing to the senses, especially aesthetically.
assent
To consent; to express agreement (used with to).
dissent
1.To have or express a different opinion.... 2. Disagreement.
9 terms
Classical Roots B lesson 14
condole
doleful
irascible
irate
To express sympathy (used with WITH).
Mournful; sad.
Irritable; hot tempered.
Angry; enraged.
condole
To express sympathy (used with WITH).
doleful
Mournful; sad.
9 terms
Classical Roots B lesson 15
circuitous
circumspect
circumference
orbit
Roundabout; indirect.
Cautious and watchful; prudent.
The outer boundary of a circle; the perimeter.
1. Path of one body as it revolves around another body.... 2. A…
circuitous
Roundabout; indirect.
circumspect
Cautious and watchful; prudent.
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