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21 terms
Book 6 roots
rupt
cede/cess/ceed
port
form
to break
to go; yeild
to carry
shape
rupt
to break
cede/cess/ceed
to go; yeild
26 terms
Book 6- Latin Roots and affixes
trans-
inter-
port
form
across
between
to carry, opening or gate
shape
trans-
across
inter-
between
26 terms
Book 6- Latin Roots and affixes
trans-
inter-
port
form
across
between
to carry, opening or gate
shape
trans-
across
inter-
between
15 terms
Book 6-Roots
trans
inter
port
form
across
between
to carry
shape
trans
across
inter
between
21 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Uni 2 book 6
gen
degenerate
engender
genre
race, type, kind
a corrupt wrongdoer
to bring about; to produce
a kind or type of art
gen
race, type, kind
degenerate
a corrupt wrongdoer
13 terms
Book VI 1 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
to drive, do
together
out of
not
AGERE, ACTUM; ag, act
CO, CON
EX
IN
to drive, do
AGERE, ACTUM; ag, act
together
CO, CON
Latin Book 6 Roots
Ag/ Act
Cit
Turb
Alacr
to drive/ do
to stir up/ rouse
to disturb
lively
Ag/ Act
to drive/ do
Cit
to stir up/ rouse
21 terms
Book 6- Roots + Prefixes
rupt
cede/cess/ceed
port
form
to break
to go; yield
to carry
shape
rupt
to break
cede/cess/ceed
to go; yield
7 terms
Book VI 2 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
GENUS; gen
DE
NASCI, NATUS; nasc, nat
FINGERE, FICTUM; fig, fict
race, type, kind
down from
to be born
to shape
GENUS; gen
race, type, kind
DE
down from
12 terms
Book VI 7 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
soul, mind
body
life, spirit, soul, mind
weak
PSYCHE (Greek); psych
SOMA (Greek)
ANIMUS; anima
PUSILLUS
soul, mind
PSYCHE (Greek); psych
body
SOMA (Greek)
11 terms
Book VI 8 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to run
apart
together
beneath
CURRERE, CURSUM; cur
DIS
CON
SUB
to run
CURRERE, CURSUM; cur
apart
DIS
13 terms
Book VI 4 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to feed (especially flocks or herds)
again
herd, flock
towards
PASCERE, PASTUS; past
RE
GREX, GREGIS; greg
AD
to feed (especially flocks or herds)
PASCERE, PASTUS; past
again
RE
9 terms
Book VI 22 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
thin
toward
hold
thoroughly
TENUS; tenu
AD
TENERE, TENTUM; ten
PER
thin
TENUS; tenu
toward
AD
10 terms
Book VI 13 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
head
again, back
before
lead
CAPUT, CAPITIS; cap, cip
RE
PRE
DUCERE, DUCTUM; duc
head
CAPUT, CAPITIS; cap, cip
again, back
RE
9 terms
Book VI 14 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to locate, put, place
between
toward
together
LOCUS, LOCARE, LOCATUM; loc. PONERE, POSITUM; pos
INTER
AD
COM
to locate, put, place
LOCUS, LOCARE, LOCATUM; loc. PONERE, POSITUM; pos
between
INTER
9 terms
Book VI 10 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
art
without
not
image
ARS, ARTIS; art, ert
LESS
IN
EIKON (Greek); icon
art
ARS, ARTIS; art, ert
without
LESS
9 terms
Book VI 17 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
view
together
to close one's eyes
shadow, shade
OPSIS (Greek); op
SYN (Greek); COM
MUEIN (Greek)
UMBRA; umbr
view
OPSIS (Greek); op
together
SYN (Greek); COM
10 terms
Book VI 12 Latin and Greek, Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
yoke
under
with
to touch
JUGUM; jug
SUB
CON
TINGERE, TIGUUM; tig, ting
yoke
JUGUM; jug
under
SUB
8 terms
Book VI 21 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
enough
not
towards
full
SATIS; sat
IN
AD
PLENUS; plen
enough
SATIS; sat
not
IN
8 terms
Book VI 19 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
game, play
toward
together
between
LUDUS; lud
AD
CON
INTER
game, play
LUDUS; lud
toward
AD
11 terms
Book VI 18 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
hard
toward, in the way of
flow
into
DURUS; sur
OB
FLUERE, FLUCTUS, FLUX, FLUCTIS; flu
IN
hard
DURUS; sur
toward, in the way of
OB
10 terms
Book VI 15 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to speak
great, grand
around
together
LOQUI, LOCUTUS; loq, loc
MAGNUS
CIRCUM
CON
to speak
LOQUI, LOCUTUS; loq, loc
great, grand
MAGNUS
21 terms
BOOK 6 ROOTS AND PREFIXES
form
scribe
tract
flect/flex
shape
write
to drag
bend
form
shape
scribe
write
14 terms
Book VI 3 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to drag, to carry
against
to send, to put
over, on top
VEHERE, VECTUM; veh
IN
MITTERE, MISUM; mis
SUPER
to drag, to carry
VEHERE, VECTUM; veh
against
IN
9 terms
Book VI 5 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
hide, put away
away
uncover
cover
CONDERE, CONDITUM (Latin); cond. KRYPTEIN (Greek); crypt
AB (Latin); APO (Greek)
APERIRE; ert
OPERIRE
hide, put away
CONDERE, CONDITUM (Latin); cond. KRYPTEIN (Greek); crypt
away
AB (Latin); APO (Greek)
7 terms
Book VI 20 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
to bind, to press
before
together
to thrust, push out
STRINGERE, STRICTUM; string, strict, strain
PRE
CON
TRUDERE, TRUSUM; strus
to bind, to press
STRINGERE, STRICTUM; string, strict, strain
before
PRE
9 terms
Book VI 11 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
care
without
not
for
CURA
SINE
IN
PRO
care
CURA
without
SINE
9 terms
Book VI 9 Latin and Greek Roots, Prefixes, Suffixes
judgment
toward
law, custom, habit, humor
no
JUDICIUM; jud
AD
MOS, MORIS; mor
A
judgment
JUDICIUM; jud
toward
AD
40 terms
Classical Roots Book 6
scrib/scrip
-logy
mis/mit
port
Written
Science/the study of
Send
Carry
scrib/scrip
Written
-logy
Science/the study of
14 terms
Latin and Greek roots book 6 unit 5
COND
Abscond
Recondite
CRYPT
hide, put away
(v) To leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
(adj) Difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
to hide
COND
hide, put away
Abscond
(v) To leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
16 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Book 6 Unit 7
psyche
animadversion
esprit
concordance
(n) the mind, especially as the center of a person's being ... s…
(n) strong criticism or blame... syn: abuse ant: praise
(n) liveliness; high-spiritedness
(n) agreement or harmony... syn: unity ant: disagreement
psyche
(n) the mind, especially as the center of a person's being ... s…
animadversion
(n) strong criticism or blame... syn: abuse ant: praise
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots book 6 Unit 8
Discursive
Concur
succor
Obsequious
(adj) Wandering from one topic to another... syn: rambling ant:…
(v) To agree in an opinion or decision... syn: affirm ant: disag…
(n) Badly needed help; aid... syn: support ant: discouragement
(adj) Too willing to serve or obey... syn: servile ant: disobedi…
Discursive
(adj) Wandering from one topic to another... syn: rambling ant:…
Concur
(v) To agree in an opinion or decision... syn: affirm ant: disag…
9 terms
Harry Potter Book 6
Fleeting
Appraisingly
Thimble
Remedied
lasting for a very short time.
To estimate the price or value.
a metal or plastic cap with a closed end, worn to protect the…
set right (an undesirable situation).
Fleeting
lasting for a very short time.
Appraisingly
To estimate the price or value.
13 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book 6 chapter 9
deportation
portable
rapport
admit
(noun) An official order telling someone to leave a country.
(adjective) Able to be carried or moved about.
(noun) A relationship based on feelings of trust.
(verb) To confess, own up to
deportation
(noun) An official order telling someone to leave a country.
portable
(adjective) Able to be carried or moved about.
12 terms
Classical Roots Book 6 Lesson 1
VIS
envision
revise
supervise
To see, sight
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
To look back and change; to correct and improve.
To direct or oversee; to look after and take care of.
VIS
To see, sight
envision
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
16 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Book 6 Unit 6
moratorium
sojourn
anachronism
demur
(n) a formal delay; a suspension... syn: suspension
(n) a short stay or visit... syn: stint
(n) something that seems to be out of its proper time
(v) to express unwillingness to do something; to object... syn:…
moratorium
(n) a formal delay; a suspension... syn: suspension
sojourn
(n) a short stay or visit... syn: stint
26 terms
Classical Roots - Book 6 - Roots and Meanings
soci
mem
audi
phon
being part of a group
remembering
to hear, to listen
sounds
soci
being part of a group
mem
remembering
21 terms
Classical Roots Book 6, Lesson 9
port
deportation
deport
portable
from the Latin words "portus" meaning "harbor" or "gate" and…
n. An official order telling someone to leave a country; expu…
v. To expel someone from a country
adj. Able to be carried or moved about.
port
from the Latin words "portus" meaning "harbor" or "gate" and…
deportation
n. An official order telling someone to leave a country; expu…
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 6 book 6
mor, mur
moratorium
demure
demur
delay
a formal delay; a suspension
modest and shy
to express unwillingness to do something; to object
mor, mur
delay
moratorium
a formal delay; a suspension
19 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 6 Unit 4
Past
Greg
Agri
Frui
To feed (especially flocks or herds)
Herd, flock
Field
To enjoy, to harvest
Past
To feed (especially flocks or herds)
Greg
Herd, flock
16 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Book 6 Unit 3
demise
synod
hyperbole
inveigh
(n) the end of existence; death
(n) a council, especially of churches or church officials
(n) an exaggeration for effect
(v) to attack strongly in words; talk or to write bitterly ag…
demise
(n) the end of existence; death
synod
(n) a council, especially of churches or church officials
17 terms
latin and greek roots Book 6 Unit 1
Cogent
Exigent
Assay
Intransigent
(adj) Strong and to the point; convincing... syn: convincing ant…
(adj) Urgent; pressing... syn: critical ant: trivial
(v) To test, analyze
(adj) Refusing to compromise... syn: stubborn ant: obedient
Cogent
(adj) Strong and to the point; convincing... syn: convincing ant…
Exigent
(adj) Urgent; pressing... syn: critical ant: trivial
10 terms
Classical Roots Book 6, L5/6
postscript
prescription
scribe
antisocial
n. A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
n. An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
n. Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote book…
adj. 1. Unfriendly; not enjoying the company of others... 2. Har…
postscript
n. A note added after ending a letter (often abbreviated PS)
prescription
n. An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 6 Unit 6
Cogent
Exigent
Intransigent
Incite
Strong and to the point; Convincing
Urgent; Pressing
Refusing to compromise
To stir up; to provoke
Cogent
Strong and to the point; Convincing
Exigent
Urgent; Pressing
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 5 Book 6
cond
abscond
recondite
crypt
hide, put away
to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
to hide
cond
hide, put away
abscond
to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 3 book 6
veh
inveigh
mis
surmise
to drag, to carry
to attack strongly in words; to talk or write bitterly
to send, to put
to draw a conclusion
veh
to drag, to carry
inveigh
to attack strongly in words; to talk or write bitterly
23 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 4 book 6
past
pastoral
repast
greg
to feed (especially flocks or herds)
having to do with the country
a meal; food and drink for a meal
herd, flock
past
to feed (especially flocks or herds)
pastoral
having to do with the country
25 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 1 book 6
ag, act
cogent
exigent
assay
to drive, do
strong and to the point; convincing
urgent; pressing
to test, analyze
ag, act
to drive, do
cogent
strong and to the point; convincing
15 terms
Latin and Greek Root: Book 6, Unit 2
Degenerate
Engender
Genre
Cognate
(n) A corrupt wrongdoer... syn: ruffian
(v) To bring about; to produce... syn: beget ant: prevent
(n) A kind or type of art... syn: style
(adj) Related to or coming from the same source... syn: related…
Degenerate
(n) A corrupt wrongdoer... syn: ruffian
Engender
(v) To bring about; to produce... syn: beget ant: prevent
24 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 7 book 6
psych
psyche
psychosomatic
psychotic
soul, mind
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in order
having sever mental illness to the point of disconnection fro…
psych
soul, mind
psyche
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
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