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Unit 4 Vocabulary of Latin and Greek Book 4
Via
Viaduct
Impervious
Deviate
Road, way
UntiyA bridge that carries a road
Unable to be affected
To depart
Via
Road, way
Viaduct
UntiyA bridge that carries a road
Vocabulary Latin and Greek Unit Three book 4
Pel/Puls
Compel
Impulse
Expel
To push, to drive
To force or strongly persuade
A sudden, urge to do something
To send out
Pel/Puls
To push, to drive
Compel
To force or strongly persuade
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Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 4 Book 2
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
sanctuary
a private place; a retreat
to make holy... syn: bless
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
a place of protection ... syn: refuge
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
sanctify
to make holy... syn: bless
12 terms
Book VI, Unit 4- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
having to do with the country
a meal; food and drink for a meal
gathered into a whole; total
standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
having to do with the country
pastoral
a meal; food and drink for a meal
repast
16 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots; Book 4 Unit 7
Facere, Factum
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
"To make, do"
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
Facere, Factum
"To make, do"
Proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
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Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Book 4 Unit 8
complacent
placebo
placid
gratuitous
satisfied in a situation that should be changed
something that has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
calm and undisturbed
unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
satisfied in a situation that should be changed
placebo
something that has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
13 terms
Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book III Unit 4
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
Inept
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality.
Occurring at the time of the most influence.
Unskilled;clumsy.
Misinformation
Untrue or wrong information
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality.
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Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book 4: Unit 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
13 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots, Book 1, Unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
adj. Of or like a king or queen
n. Authority; rule
n. The murder of a king
v. To find guilty
Regal
adj. Of or like a king or queen
Reign
n. Authority; rule
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book IV Unit 4
viaduct
impervious
deviate
obviate
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
adj. Unable to be affected
v. to depart, especially from a path or plan
v. to make unnecessary; to avoid
viaduct
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
impervious
adj. Unable to be affected
12 terms
Book VI, Unit 4- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
having to do with the country
a meal; food and drink for a meal
gathered into a whole; total
standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
having to do with the country
pastoral
a meal; food and drink for a meal
repast
17 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots book 1, unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
Of or like a king or queen
Authority; rule
The murder of a king
To find guilty
Regal
Of or like a king or queen
Reign
Authority; rule
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 12
ultimate
penultimate
ultimatum
infinite
surpassing all others; definitive
just before the final; next to last
a demand or threat that is final
without beginning or end
ultimate
surpassing all others; definitive
penultimate
just before the final; next to last
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book 4: Unit 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
16 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots, Book 2 unit 4
SANCT
Sanctum
Sanctify
Sanctions
holy
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
SANCT
holy
Sanctum
a private place; a retreat
13 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 4
of or like a king or queen
authority; rule
the murder of a king
to find guilty
regal
reign
regicide
convict
of or like a king or queen
regal
authority; rule
reign
49 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots; Book IV; Units 1-4
PEL/PULS
compel
impulse
expel
"to push, to drive"
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
n. A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
v. To send out or away
PEL/PULS
"to push, to drive"
compel
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
13 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots book 1, unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
Of or like a king or queen
Authority; rule
The murder of a king
To find guilty
Regal
Of or like a king or queen
Reign
Authority; rule
13 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 4
of or like a king or queen
authority; rule
the murder of a king
to find guilty
regal
reign
regicide
convict
of or like a king or queen
regal
authority; rule
reign
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Book 3 Unit 4
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
Inept
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness, order, or mortality
Occurring at the time of most influence
Unskilled/ clumsy
Misinformation
Untrue or wrong information
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order, or mortality
16 terms
Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book 4: Unit 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
13 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots, Book 1, Unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
adj. Of or like a king or queen
n. Authority; rule
n. The murder of a king
v. To find guilty
Regal
adj. Of or like a king or queen
Reign
n. Authority; rule
16 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots, Book III, Unit 4
FORM
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
LATIN... "to form, to establish"
noun... Untrue or wrong information
verb... To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adjective... Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
LATIN... "to form, to establish"
Misinformation
noun... Untrue or wrong information
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book V, Unit 4
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
pejorative
a small sin or fault
having no flaws
violating a moral law; sinful
negative and critical; insulting
peccadillo
a small sin or fault
impeccable
having no flaws
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 1
VINC/VICT
Invicncible
provincial
evince
to conquer
unable to be conquered
limited in knowledge of the world; narrow-minded
to establish; to reflect the truth of
VINC/VICT
to conquer
Invicncible
unable to be conquered
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 4
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
sanctuary
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
a place of protection
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
sanctify
to make holy
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 4
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
sanctuary
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
a place of protection
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
sanctify
to make holy
30 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots; Book IV; Unit 3 & 4
compel
impulse
expel
conjecture
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
n. A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
v. To send out or away
n. A guess, often one based on inadequate or ... faulty evidence
compel
v. To force or strongly persuade; coerce
impulse
n. A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
13 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book I, Unit 4
regal
reign
regicide
convict
of or like a king or queen
authority; rule
the murder of a king
to find guilty
regal
of or like a king or queen
reign
authority; rule
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Vocabulary Greek and Latin Unit #4
misinformation
reform
formative
inept
untrue or wrong information
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
occurring at the time of most influence
unskilled; clumsy
misinformation
untrue or wrong information
reform
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
15 terms
Latin/Greek roots unit 4 book II vocabulary
sanct
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
holy
A private place; a retreat
to make holy
Something that forces obedience with a law or rule
sanct
holy
sanctum
A private place; a retreat
15 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book IV Unit 4
VIA
viaduct
impervious
deviate
"road, way"
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
adj. Unable to be affected
v. to depart, especially from a path or plan
VIA
"road, way"
viaduct
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
64 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book IV Units 1-4
VIA
viaduct
impervious
deviate
"road, way"
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
adj. Unable to be affected
v. to depart, especially from a path or plan
VIA
"road, way"
viaduct
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
13 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots, Book 1, Unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
adj. Of or like a king or queen
n. Authority; rule
n. The murder of a king
v. To find guilty
Regal
adj. Of or like a king or queen
Reign
n. Authority; rule
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek roots Book 3 Unit 4
FORM
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
to form, to establish
untrue or wrong information
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
to form, to establish
Misinformation
untrue or wrong information
13 terms
Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book III Unit 4
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
Inept
Untrue or wrong information
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality.
Occurring at the time of the most influence.
Unskilled;clumsy.
Misinformation
Untrue or wrong information
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality.
12 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Book 4 Unit 8
complacent
placebo
placid
gratuitous
satisfied in a situation that should be changed
something that has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
calm and undisturbed
unnecessary or unwanted
complacent
satisfied in a situation that should be changed
placebo
something that has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book IV Unit 4
VIA
viaduct
impervious
deviate
"road, way"
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
adj. Unable to be affected
v. to depart, especially from a path or plan
VIA
"road, way"
viaduct
n. A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley.
Unit 4 Book 2 Greek and Latin Roots
revive
vivacious
vital
mortal
-to make someone or something strong, healthy, or active again
-happy and lively in a way that is attractive, used especiall…
-extremely important; very lively or energetic
-certain to die eventually; causing death
revive
-to make someone or something strong, healthy, or active again
vivacious
-happy and lively in a way that is attractive, used especiall…
16 terms
Latin & Greek Vocabulary Book III unit 10
benevolent
benefactor
benign
accord
adj. kindly; favorable towards
n. a person who gives friendly aid
adj. causing no harm
n. sameness of opinion; agreement
benevolent
adj. kindly; favorable towards
benefactor
n. a person who gives friendly aid
17 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Book I, Unit 4
REG, REIG
Regal
Reign
Regicide
King
of or like a king or queen
authority; rule
the murder of a king
REG, REIG
King
Regal
of or like a king or queen
Vocabulary From Latin And Greek Roots Book 4: Unit 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
I - 4 Latin & Greek Roots: Book 1-UNIT 4
convict
domestic
domicile
dominion
v.定罪;n.罪犯
国内的
n.住处,住所
n.统治
convict
v.定罪;n.罪犯
domestic
国内的
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book IV, Unit 4
viaduct
impervious
deviate
obviate
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affected
to depart, especially from a path or plan
to make unnecessary; to avoid
viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
impervious
unable to be affected
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 4, Unit 3
pel/puls
Compel
Impulse
Expel
to push, to drive
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
pel/puls
to push, to drive
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
58 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots: Book VI - Units 3 and 4
Vehement
Intense
Indifferent
Inveigh
Strongly emotional; fierce and passionate
Synonym for Vehement
Antonym for Vehement
To attack strongly in words; to talk or write bitterly against
Vehement
Strongly emotional; fierce and passionate
Intense
Synonym for Vehement
Greek/Latin Roots - Book 1, Unit 4
hosp
onym
host
hospital
guest (Latin root)
name (Greek root)
stranger, enemy (Latin root)
(n) - a place where sick or injured people are given care or…
hosp
guest (Latin root)
onym
name (Greek root)
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book VI, Unit 4
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
having to do with the country
a meal; food and drink for a meal
gathered into a whole; total
standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
having to do with the country
repast
a meal; food and drink for a meal
12 terms
vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots book ll unit 4
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
sanctuary
a private place ; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
a place of protection
sanctum
a private place ; a retreat
sanctify
to make holy
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book VI, Unit 4
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
having to do with the country
a meal; food and drink for a meal
gathered into a whole; total
standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
having to do with the country
repast
a meal; food and drink for a meal
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