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Greek roots vocabulary 14
quad-, quart-
quin-
Sex-
Sept-
Four
Five
Six
Seven
quad-, quart-
Four
quin-
Five
Latin & Greek Roots 14
flect, flex
flu
cide, sec, seg
mis(o)
to bend
to flow
to kill, to cut
to hate
flect, flex
to bend
flu
to flow
Vocabulary 14 Greek and Latin roots
Muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum
Temeritas
Turbo, turbare, turbavi, turbatum
Spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum
<L "to change"
<L "rashness" "thoughtlessness"
<L "to disturb" "to throw into disorder"
<L "to scatter" "to cast" "to sprinkle"
Muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatum
<L "to change"
Temeritas
<L "rashness" "thoughtlessness"
12 terms
Vocabulary 14 Latin and Greek roots
Inconsequential
Consecutive
Execution
Courier
Having no effect or impact
Following in order
The way something is done
One who carries and delivers
Inconsequential
Having no effect or impact
Consecutive
Following in order
Vocabulary Greek Roots 14-17
agronomy
astronomical
economic
economical
(literally, "land management") branch of agriculture dealing…
1. having to do with astronomy (literally, "distribution of t…
having to do with economics (literally, "household management…
managed or managing without waste; thrifty; frugal; sparing... (…
agronomy
(literally, "land management") branch of agriculture dealing…
astronomical
1. having to do with astronomy (literally, "distribution of t…
11 terms
14 Greek & Latin Roots - mal, male
mal, male
dismal (adj)
malady (n)
malaria (n)
bad; abnormal; worse
depressing; causing gloom or misery; causing bad feelings
bad health; illness; sickness
bad air; a disease usually spread by infected mosquitoes
mal, male
bad; abnormal; worse
dismal (adj)
depressing; causing gloom or misery; causing bad feelings
Greek Roots Week 14
HYPER
HYPO
Hyperacidity
Hypoacidity
Over, above, beyond the ordinary
Under, beneath, less than ordinary
Excessive acidity
Weak acidity
HYPER
Over, above, beyond the ordinary
HYPO
Under, beneath, less than ordinary
Greek& Latin Roots #14
mal
scrib
ex
amphi
bad
write
out
both
mal
bad
scrib
write
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
application
complicated
complex
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 14
miss
admission
submissive
omission
send
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
miss
send
admission
confession; entrance
9 terms
Greek roots 14
Aqueduct
Aquarium
Aquanaut
Dehydrate
A channel that carries water
A clear tank of water that holds sea life
A scientist who conducts underwater research
To deprive of fluids, dry out
Aqueduct
A channel that carries water
Aquarium
A clear tank of water that holds sea life
33 terms
Greek Roots # 14
son, phon
cacophony
microphone
phonetic
sound
"bad sound", harsh discordance of sound; dissonance, sounds t…
"making small sound large" an instrument capable of transform…
"having the characteristic of spoken sound", relating to spee…
son, phon
sound
cacophony
"bad sound", harsh discordance of sound; dissonance, sounds t…
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 14
SEQUI/SEC
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
adj. Having no effect or importance
adj. Following in order
n. The way something is done
SEQUI/SEC
Latin SEQUI, SECTUS, "to follow"
inconsequential
adj. Having no effect or importance
14 terms
Greek Roots 1-14
anthro
auto
bio
chron
man; human; humanity
self
life
time
anthro
man; human; humanity
auto
self
Greek Roots Unit 14
ARCH
EPH, EPI
LAT
LITER
begin; be first; ruler
on; at; besides; after
carried; borne
letter of the alphabet
ARCH
begin; be first; ruler
EPH, EPI
on; at; besides; after
13 terms
Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots unit 14
PLIC, PLEX
application
complex
duplicate
"to weave"
1. Use 2. Putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
PLIC, PLEX
"to weave"
application
1. Use 2. Putting on
32 terms
Greek Lesson 14 - Roots
tax
tact
tox
toxic
arrangement; order
arrangement; order
poison
poison
tax
arrangement; order
tact
arrangement; order
28 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #14
crat, cracy
fort, forc
geo
lau, lav, lot, lut
rule (autocrat, aristocrat, theocracy, technocracy)
strong (fortress, fortify, forte, fortitude)
earth (geometry, geography, geocentric, geology)
wash (launder, laundry, lavatory, ablution, dilute)
crat, cracy
rule (autocrat, aristocrat, theocracy, technocracy)
fort, forc
strong (fortress, fortify, forte, fortitude)
64 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary 11-14
Jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a leagal oath
to swearoff; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
Jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a leagal oath
10 terms
greek roots 14
carp
endo
pan
toxico
fruit
within
all
poison
carp
fruit
endo
within
Latin/Greek Roots 14
flect, flex
flu
cide, sec, seg
mis(o)
to bend
to flow
to kill, to cut
to hate
flect, flex
to bend
flu
to flow
20 terms
Greek Roots 14
tax, tact
tox, toxic
dox
paed, ped
arrangement, order
poisen
belief, opinion
child, instruction
tax, tact
arrangement, order
tox, toxic
poisen
20 terms
Greek Roots 14
tax
tox
dox
paed
order
poison
belief
child
tax
order
tox
poison
Greek Roots 14
Scopos, skopein
Seismo
Sophia
Sphero
Spy, watcher, to see
Earthquake
Wisdom
Ball, sphere
Scopos, skopein
Spy, watcher, to see
Seismo
Earthquake
Greek Roots # 14
Clud, clus, claus
Dia
En, em
Flu, flux
R.M.- shut ... E.W.- recluse... P.O.S.- noun... E.W.D.- a person who l…
R.M.- across... E.W.- diametrically ... P.O.S.- adverb... E.W.D.- comp…
R.M.- in, into... E.W.- encumber... P.O.S.- verb... E.W.D.- restrict o…
R.M.- flow... E.W.- superfluous ... P.O.S.- adjective ... E.W.D.- unne…
Clud, clus, claus
R.M.- shut ... E.W.- recluse... P.O.S.- noun... E.W.D.- a person who l…
Dia
R.M.- across... E.W.- diametrically ... P.O.S.- adverb... E.W.D.- comp…
7 terms
Greek Roots 8-14
Crat
Cycl
Dem
Geo
Member of type of government
Circle, Wheel
People
Earth
Crat
Member of type of government
Cycl
Circle, Wheel
40 terms
Greek Roots 11-14
arch
hiero
cracy
demo
first;chief
sacred
govern
people
arch
first;chief
hiero
sacred
15 terms
greek roots #14 examples
tactics
toxic
orthodox
pediatric
arrangements; plans following others
poisonous
correct teaching of beliefs (as in religion)
having to do with children
tactics
arrangements; plans following others
toxic
poisonous
Greek Roots Week 14
bi-
Tri-
Centr
Dermat
Two
Three
Center
Skin
bi-
Two
Tri-
Three
Greek Roots 14
tax
tox
dox
paed
arrangement
poison
belief
child
tax
arrangement
tox
poison
15 terms
Greek Roots 14 Words
tactics
toxic
orthodox
pediactric
arrangements, plans following orders
poisenous
correct teaching or beliefs
having to do with children
tactics
arrangements, plans following orders
toxic
poisenous
18 terms
Greek and Latin roots 14
Admission 1
Admission 2
Submissive
Omission
Confession
Entrance
Tending to obey or yield
To act of leaving out or neglecting
Admission 1
Confession
Admission 2
Entrance
Greek Roots List 14
tax, tact
tox, toxic
dox
paed, ped
MEANING: arrangement, order
MEANING: poison [NOT from decay]
MEANING: belief, opinion
MEANING: child, instruction
tax, tact
MEANING: arrangement, order
tox, toxic
MEANING: poison [NOT from decay]
9 terms
Greek roots week 14
caust, caut
schiz, schis
od
aesth, esth
burn
split, cleave
way, path (not ode, parody or rhapsody)
feeling, perception
caust, caut
burn
schiz, schis
split, cleave
74 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Vocabulary List 14
NAM/NOM/NOUN/NOWN/NYM
Astronomy
Economy
Autonomy
rule, order
the scientific study of matter in outer space, such as the po…
careful thrift management of resources, such as money, Materi…
self-government or the right of self-government
NAM/NOM/NOUN/NOWN/NYM
rule, order
Astronomy
the scientific study of matter in outer space, such as the po…
20 terms
Greek Roots 14
tax, tact
toxic
dox
paed
arrangement
poisin
brief; opinion
child; instruction
tax, tact
arrangement
toxic
poisin
35 terms
Greek Roots 14
tax
tox
dox
ped
arrangement; order
poison
belief; opinion
child; instruction
tax
arrangement; order
tox
poison
35 terms
Greek Roots 14
tax, tact
tox, toxic
dox
paed, ped
arrangement; order
poison
belief; opinion
child instruction
tax, tact
arrangement; order
tox, toxic
poison
18 terms
Greek Roots 13-14
mono-
bio
graph/grapho
macro
one
life
write, written
large, great
mono-
one
bio
life
5 terms
Greek Roots #14: POD
antipodes
arthropod
podiatrist
podium
parts of the globe (or their inhabitants) diametrically oppos…
any invertebrate (animal having no backbone) with joined legs…
one who treats ailments of the human foot
a small platform on which a person may stand to be seen by an…
antipodes
parts of the globe (or their inhabitants) diametrically oppos…
arthropod
any invertebrate (animal having no backbone) with joined legs…
Greek/Latin Roots #14
anim
circum
loqu; locut
intra
mind; soul; spirit
around
talk
within
anim
mind; soul; spirit
circum
around
9 terms
Unit 14 Greek & Latin Roots Vocabulary
SPHERE
STRATOSPHERE
HEMISPHERE
COSM
= ball
the layer of the earth's atmosphere
a half of the earth
= universe
SPHERE
= ball
STRATOSPHERE
the layer of the earth's atmosphere
Greek roots week 14
dismal
malady
malaria
malefactor
depressing;causing gloom or misery;causing bad feeling
bad health; illness; sickness
bad air; a disease usually spread by infected mosquitoes
an evildoer; a person who does bad things
dismal
depressing;causing gloom or misery;causing bad feeling
malady
bad health; illness; sickness
12 terms
Greek Roots Week #14
Bi
Tri
Centr
Dermat
Two
Three
Center
Skin
Bi
Two
Tri
Three
10 terms
Unit # 14 Latin and Greek Roots
hexagon
sextant
September
septet
a 2 dimensional figure that has 6 sides and 6 angles
a 6th of a circle, or an instrument used to determine the pos…
9th month of the year (used to be 7th)
a group of musicians or singers with 7 in the group
hexagon
a 2 dimensional figure that has 6 sides and 6 angles
sextant
a 6th of a circle, or an instrument used to determine the pos…
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 14
admission
submissive
omission
differentiate
confession; entrance
tending to obey or yield
the act of leaving out or neglecting
to set apart; to distinguish
admission
confession; entrance
submissive
tending to obey or yield
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
use; putting on
complex
complicated
Unit 14 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
application
complex
duplicate
texture
use; putting on
complicated
to make another; to copy
the way something feels to the touch
application
use; putting on
complex
complicated
Greek Roots Lesson 14
tax, tact
tox, toxic
dox
paed, ped
arrangement ; order
poison
belief ; opinion
child ; instruction
tax, tact
arrangement ; order
tox, toxic
poison
11 terms
Greek and Latin Roots (14)
Semantic
Semiotic
Paradigm
Phraseology
having to do with the meaning of words or language
of or relating to signs or symbols
a pattern or model
the way in which something is expressed... style
Semantic
having to do with the meaning of words or language
Semiotic
of or relating to signs or symbols
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