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Vocabulary $3-Book 1-Roots #3
dermat/dermato
pod/podo
agro
entom
skin
foot
field
insect
dermat/dermato
skin
pod/podo
foot
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lesson 3 & 4+Roots
Ex
Pono, Ponere, Posui, Positum
excerpt
exhilarate
From, out of
To place, to put
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
Ex
From, out of
Pono, Ponere, Posui, Positum
To place, to put
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lessons 3
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
the surroundings within which something begins or develops
a society ruled or controlled by women
to register as a student at a college or university
the male head of a family or tribe: an Old Testament
matrix
the surroundings within which something begins or develops
matriarchy
a society ruled or controlled by women
24 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lessons 3 and 4
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
exorbitant
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
tr. v. 1. To free from blame; 2. To relieve of a task.
adj. Excessive.
excerpt
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
exhilarate
tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
7 terms
Roots 3 & 4 Book IV
pel/puls
jac/ject
mit/mis
mot/mov
to push, to drive
to throw, to cast
send
to move
pel/puls
to push, to drive
jac/ject
to throw, to cast
24 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lessons 3 and 4
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
exorbitant
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
tr. v. 1. To free from blame; 2. To relieve of a task.
adj. Excessive.
excerpt
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
exhilarate
tr. v. To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
22 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book C, Lesson 3 & roots
Mater, Matris
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
<L. "mother"
n. The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
n. A society ruled or controlled by women.
tr. and intr. v. To register as a student at a college or uni…
Mater, Matris
<L. "mother"
matrix
n. The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book 5 Week 3
transact
transfer
transfusion
transmit
A business interaction
to move from one place to another OR a ticket for moving from…
the movement of blood from one person to another by medical m…
to send from one person or location to another
transact
A business interaction
transfer
to move from one place to another OR a ticket for moving from…
15 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lessons 3
Matrix (n.)
Matriarchy (n.)
matriculate (v.)
Patriarch (n.)
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
A society ruled or controlled by women.
To register as a student at a college or university.
The male head of a family or tribe; an Old Testament ancestor…
Matrix (n.)
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
Matriarchy (n.)
A society ruled or controlled by women.
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
to catch or block
one who takes part in
to come up with, imagine
intending to mislead or trick
intercept
to catch or block
participant
one who takes part in
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Vocabulary & Roots Classical Roots Book C Lesson 3
MATER
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
L. mother
the surrounding situation or environment
A society ruled or controlled by women
enroll as a student
MATER
L. mother
matrix
the surrounding situation or environment
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
to catch or block
one who takes part in
to come up with, imagine
intending to mislead or trick
intercept
to catch or block
participant
one who takes part in
23 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book A, Lesson 3
PAN
pandemonium
panacea
OMNIS
(<G.) "all"
uproar
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
(<L.) "all"
PAN
(<G.) "all"
pandemonium
uproar
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book A - Lessons 3 & 4
pan/omni
pandemonium
panacea
Pan-American
all
Uproar
A cure-all for diseases or troubles
including all of America, both North and South
pan/omni
all
pandemonium
Uproar
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Book VI, Unit 3- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
strongly emotional; fierce and passion…
to attack strongly in words; to talk o…
to draw a conclusion based on little o…
the end of existence; death
vehement
inveigh
surmise
demise
strongly emotional; fierce and passion…
vehement
to attack strongly in words; to talk o…
inveigh
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 3
compound
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
to mix together; to combine two or more parts or elements; ha…
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc;... to…
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
to free of blame
compound
to mix together; to combine two or more parts or elements; ha…
excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc;... to…
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
to catch or block
one who takes part in
to come up with, imagine
intending to mislead or trick
intercept
to catch or block
participant
one who takes part in
23 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
11 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 3
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
capacity
to interest greatly; to charm
captivate
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 3
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
capacity
to interest greatly; to charm
captivate
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Book VI, Unit 3- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
strongly emotional; fierce and passion…
to attack strongly in words; to talk o…
to draw a conclusion based on little o…
the end of existence; death
vehement
inveigh
surmise
demise
strongly emotional; fierce and passion…
vehement
to attack strongly in words; to talk o…
inveigh
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lesson 3
to mix together; to combine two or mor…
a passage selected from a book, play,…
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
to free of blame
compound
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
to mix together; to combine two or mor…
compound
a passage selected from a book, play,…
excerpt
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lessons 3
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
the surroundings within which something begins or develops
a society ruled or controlled by women
to register as a student at a college or university
the male head of a family or tribe: an Old Testament
matrix
the surroundings within which something begins or develops
matriarchy
a society ruled or controlled by women
30 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 3
compound
excerpt
exhilarate
exonerate
to mix together; to combine two or more parts or elements; ha…
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc;... t…
to cheer; to stimulate; to enliven
to free of blame
compound
to mix together; to combine two or more parts or elements; ha…
excerpt
a passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc;... t…
26 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book 5 - Lesson 3
transact
transfer
transfusion
transmit
v. to do or carry on business
v. to move or change from one place to another; n. a ticket f…
n. the movement of blood from one person to another by medica…
v. to send from one person or location to another
transact
v. to do or carry on business
transfer
v. to move or change from one place to another; n. a ticket f…
30 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book A - Lessons 3 & 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
n. The beginning of something
adj. In its early stages; beginning
v. To destroy completely
n. The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
inception
n. The beginning of something
incipient
adj. In its early stages; beginning
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Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book A - Lessons 3 & 4
inception
incipient
annihilate
nihilism
The beginning of something
In its early stages; beginning
To destroy completely
The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
inception
The beginning of something
incipient
In its early stages; beginning
23 terms
Vocabulary Book C : Lesson 3 and 4 roots
MATER, MATRIS
ARCHY
PATER, PATRIS
NYM
"mother"
"to rule"
"father"
"name"
MATER, MATRIS
"mother"
ARCHY
"to rule"
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lesson 3
Lesson 3: Personal Relationships
Root: Mater-, Matris
Matrix
Matriarchy
...
Mother... Latin
The surroundings within which something begins or develops (n.)
A society ruled or controlled by women (n.)... Matriarch (n.),…
Lesson 3: Personal Relationships
...
Root: Mater-, Matris
Mother... Latin
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Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
22 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lesson 3
Root: Mater-, Matris
Matrix
Matriarchy
Matriculate
Mother; Latin
The surroundings within which something begins or develops (n.)
A society ruled or controlled by women (n.)
To register as a student at a college or university
Root: Mater-, Matris
Mother; Latin
Matrix
The surroundings within which something begins or develops (n.)
lesson 3- Roots book
PAN
Pandemonium
Panacea
Omnis
greek "all"
Noun... Uproar... Out of nowhere there was a complete pandemonium i…
Noun... A cure-all for diseases or troubles ... My Grandma was extr…
Latin "all"
PAN
greek "all"
Pandemonium
Noun... Uproar... Out of nowhere there was a complete pandemonium i…
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots | Book C | Lesson 3
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
A society ruled or controlled by women.
To register as a student at a college or university.
1) The male head of a family or tribe; ... 2) An Old Testament a…
matrix
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
matriarchy
A society ruled or controlled by women.
English: Latin and Greek Roots Book 3- Vocabulary
phototropic
phosphorescent
photogenic
lucid
tending to grow or move towards light
giving off light without heat
attractive in pictures
easy to understand; clear
phototropic
tending to grow or move towards light
phosphorescent
giving off light without heat
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Vocabulary From Classical Roots Book E Lessons 3 and 4
Archaic
Archetype
Archipelago
Archive(s)
adj. Characteristic of a much earlier or primitive period. An…
n. An original model or type from which similar forms are cop…
n. A group of many islands or the sea containing them. A grou…
n. (can be used in the singular or plural) The collected reco…
Archaic
adj. Characteristic of a much earlier or primitive period. An…
Archetype
n. An original model or type from which similar forms are cop…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Latin roots book lesson 3
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
the surrounding within which something begins or develops
a society ruled by women
to register a student at a college or university
a founding father
matrix
the surrounding within which something begins or develops
matriarchy
a society ruled by women
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Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lesson 3
mater, matris <L.
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
mother
n. The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
n. A society ruled or controlled by women.
tr. and intr. v. To register as a student at a college or uni…
mater, matris <L.
mother
matrix
n. The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
15 terms
9th Grade Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book C Lesson 3
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
A society ruled or controlled by women.
To register as a student at a college or university.
The male head of a family or tribe; An Old Testament ancestor…
matrix
The surroundings within which something begins or develops.
matriarchy
A society ruled or controlled by women.
23 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
20 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
8 terms
Vocabulary book 3 lesson 2 roots suffixes
Somn
Pot
Vac
Sid
Sleep... Insomnia
To drink... Potation
Empty... Vacate
To sit or to settle... Reside
Somn
Sleep... Insomnia
Pot
To drink... Potation
29 terms
Classical Roots Vocabulary Book C Lesson 3
Lesson 3: Personal Relationships
Root: Mater-, Matris
Matrix
Matriarchy
...
Mother... Latin
The surroundings within which something begins or develops (n.)
A society ruled or controlled by women (n.)... Matriarch (n.),…
Lesson 3: Personal Relationships
...
Root: Mater-, Matris
Mother... Latin
23 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book D: Lesson 3
dogma
dogmatic
heterodox
agnostic
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
adj. Not in agreement with accepted beliefs; holding unorthod…
n. A person who believes nothing can be known about the exist…
dogma
n. A system of doctrines put forward by an authority, especia…
dogmatic
adj. 1. Pertaining to dogma.... 2. Expressed in an authoritative…
56 terms
Vocabulary Book 3 Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
fus; fun
ion
grad; gress
el
melt; pour ou
the act of
step; go
little
fus; fun
melt; pour ou
ion
the act of
11 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 3
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
capacity
to interest greatly; to charm
captivate
11 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 3
an ability; potential
to interest greatly; to charm
a person who gets something
to seize; to arrest
capacity
captivate
recipient
apprehend
an ability; potential
capacity
to interest greatly; to charm
captivate
24 terms
Vocabulary Roots Book 3 Ch. 11-20
jur... perjury
domin... indomitable
crat, crac... aristocracy
leg... legislative
to swear, to vow, law
to rule, to dominate
to rule, power
law
jur... perjury
to swear, to vow, law
domin... indomitable
to rule, to dominate
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