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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:
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
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
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
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)
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:
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
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…
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
175 terms
Word within the Word Greek and Latin
bi
ante
anti
com
two
before
against
together
bi
two
ante
before
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
27 terms
Old Greek/Latin Root Words
Graph
Homo, Hom
Inner
Inter
Write
Man
Within
Among, Between, Shared By
Graph
Write
Homo, Hom
Man
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
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)
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
Greek/Latin Word Within The Word List 19
Ven
Ichthy
Pulse
Calor
Come
Fish
Drive
Heat
Ven
Come
Ichthy
Fish
Greek/Latin Word Within The Word List 18
atmo
cardio
cosmo
counter
vapor
heart
world or universe
against
atmo
vapor
cardio
heart
Greek/Latin Word Within The Word List 16
anglo
ist
saur
pithec
English
one who
lizard
ape
anglo
English
ist
one who
Greek/Latin Word Within The Word List 17
lingu
mot
nav
und
tongue
move
ship
wave
lingu
tongue
mot
move
Greek/Latin Word Within The Word List 20
Mela
Vice
Foli
Atom
Black
In place of
Leaf
Vapor or particle
Mela
Black
Vice
In place of
Greek and Latin (the word within the word list 31)
Mal
Non
Post
Archy
Bad
Not
After
Government
Mal
Bad
Non
Not
26 terms
The Word Within The Word: Greek and Latin Roots #2
Morph
Vest
Bene
Pond
Shape
Clothes
Good
Weight
Morph
Shape
Vest
Clothes
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…
100 terms
Latin Greek German and old English stems LA
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
10 terms
Greek and Latin English Words
Bio
Mal
Ject
Voc
life... Biology-the study of life... Greek
Evil... Maleficent-causing or capable of producing evil or misch…
throw... project-an individual enterprise that is carefully plan…
permanently remember... vocabulary-the body of words used in a p…
Bio
life... Biology-the study of life... Greek
Mal
Evil... Maleficent-causing or capable of producing evil or misch…
14 terms
English --Latin/Greek words
annus
ante
astron
bi
year
before
star
two
annus
year
ante
before
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…
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
150 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
12 terms
Latin, Greek, and Old English Root words for Mrs. Reichard's ELA class
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
against
two
around
ante
before
anti
against
Latin/ Greek words- English
uni means _________
example of uni______________
unicorn- which means........
ab means _____________
one
unicorn
a mythical creature with one horn
away from
uni means _________
one
example of uni______________
unicorn
English Greek and Latin Words
amphibious
androgynous
fluctuate
elucidate
able to live on both land and water
being both male and female
To rise and fall; to vary irregularly
To clarify, explain
amphibious
able to live on both land and water
androgynous
being both male and female
12 terms
English Greek and Latin words
anthropos
auto
biblos
bios
man
self
book
life
anthropos
man
auto
self
6 terms
Latin/Greek Words in English
Alumnus
Antebellum
Arachnophobia
Atrium
One who has been nourished, student
Before the war
Fear of spiders
Central hall or room of a Roman house
Alumnus
One who has been nourished, student
Antebellum
Before the war
English Latin/Greek Words
Dic
Doc
Don, donat
Duc
Speak/ dictator
Teach/ docter
Give/ donation
Lead/ duct
Dic
Speak/ dictator
Doc
Teach/ docter
150 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
150 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
150 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
150 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
374 terms
Word Within The Word (Greek And Latin) List 1-6
Ante
Anti
Bi
Circum
Before
Against
Two
Around
Ante
Before
Anti
Against
30 terms
English Latin/Greek words
Aster
Audi
Auto
Bene
Star
Hear
Self
Good
Aster
Star
Audi
Hear
English- Greek and Latin Roots and Words
Ad
Example of ad
Amo
Example of Amo
To or forward
Advocate or advance
Love
Amiable or amorouce
Ad
To or forward
Example of ad
Advocate or advance
24 terms
Greek and Latin Root words in English
In
Trans
Transigere
Scandere
Not
Across
To come to a settlement. Example: Don't be so Int_______nt
To climb. Example: To Tran____d the limit of thought.
In
Not
Trans
Across
25 terms
Word Within A Word List Greek and Latin Roots
before
against
two
around
ante
anti
bi
circum
before
ante
against
anti
10 terms
English Flashcards - Latin & Greek words
Benefit
Benevolent
Benign
Bona Fide
(Noun) - A good or helpful result or effect... Nakia is a benefi…
(Adj) - Kind and generous; organized to do good things for ot…
(Adj) - Not causing harm or damage; mild, gentle, or pleasant…
(Adj) - Real or genuine; made or done in an honest and sincer…
Benefit
(Noun) - A good or helpful result or effect... Nakia is a benefi…
Benevolent
(Adj) - Kind and generous; organized to do good things for ot…
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…
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
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