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11 terms
Book VI, Unit 14- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
specific place; especially the center…
in place of
to set aside for a special purpose
relevant or appropriate
locus
in lieu of
allocate
apposite
specific place; especially the center…
locus
in place of
in lieu of
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Book VI, Unit 18- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
gloomy and stern
wickedly stubborn; obstinate
the use of force or threats to make so…
continuous change; instability
dour
obdurate
duress
flux
gloomy and stern
dour
wickedly stubborn; obstinate
obdurate
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Book VI, Unit 9- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
having or showing good judgment
to settle a dispute or argument
not concerned about morality
attitudes and behaviors that are so fi…
judicious
adjudicate
amoral
mores
having or showing good judgment
judicious
to settle a dispute or argument
adjudicate
9 terms
Book VI, Unit 19- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
to mention without going into detail
a secret agreement for wrong or unlawf…
period between two events or scenes
ludicrous
allude
collusion
interlude
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
ludicrous
to mention without going into detail
allude
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Book VI, Unit 22- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to make smaller or less; to weaken
serving to excuse; lessening the serio…
not substantial or strong
holding firmly to; stubborn
attenuate
extenuating
tenuous
pertinacious
to make smaller or less; to weaken
attenuate
serving to excuse; lessening the serio…
extenuating
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Book VI, Unit 21- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
never satisfied or full; always desiri…
condition of being too full or too sat…
something of value; a resource
full or complete
insatiable
satiety
asset
plenary
never satisfied or full; always desiri…
insatiable
condition of being too full or too sat…
satiety
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Book VI, Unit 16- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
loud and noisy in making one's feeling…
something done for pleasure; hobby
profession; trade
having a single, clear meaning
vociferous
avocation
vocation
univocal
loud and noisy in making one's feeling…
vociferous
something done for pleasure; hobby
avocation
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Book VI, Unit 17- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
a short outline or review of main points
near-sighted; lacking vision or foresi…
to briefly outline or describe
anger caused by an insult or slight
synopsis
myopic
adumbrate
umbrage
a short outline or review of main points
synopsis
near-sighted; lacking vision or foresi…
myopic
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Book VI, Unit 13- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to yield; to surrender
to summarize briefly
sudden change of intention; impulsiven…
to cause something to happen immediate…
capitulate
recapitulate
caprice
precipitate
to yield; to surrender
capitulate
to summarize briefly
recapitulate
12 terms
Book VI, Unit 7- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
the mind, especially as the center of…
having an effect on the body, but ment…
having severe mental illness to the po…
timid or cowardly; not brave
psyche
psychosomatic
psychotic
pusillanimous
the mind, especially as the center of…
psyche
having an effect on the body, but ment…
psychosomatic
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Book VI, Unit 10- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
clever trickery; deception
without strategy or deceit; naive
not having power to move; slow to act
an image that best represents somethin…
artifice
artless
inert
icon
clever trickery; deception
artifice
without strategy or deceit; naive
artless
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Book VI, Unit 20- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
tightly limiting; severe
a limit or restraint
recognition or respect from others
to hold in or keep back by force; conf…
stringent
stricture
prestige
constrain
tightly limiting; severe
stringent
a limit or restraint
stricture
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Book VI, Unit 11- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
a job that brings a salary or reward w…
not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
to get with some effort
causing many deaths on all sides of a…
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
a job that brings a salary or reward w…
sinecure
not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
incurious
12 terms
Book VI, Unit 1- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
strong and to the point; convincing
urgent; pressing
to test, analyze
refusing to compromise
cogent
exigent
assay
intransigent
strong and to the point; convincing
cogent
urgent; pressing
exigent
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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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Book VI, Unit 2- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
a corrupt wrongdoer
to bring about; to produce
a kind or type of art
related to or coming from the same sou…
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
a corrupt wrongdoer
degenerate
to bring about; to produce
engender
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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
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Book VI, Unit 12- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to bring under control; to conquer or…
of or related to marriage
touching on one side; sharing a border…
possible, conditional
subjugate
conjugal
contiguous
contingent
to bring under control; to conquer or…
subjugate
of or related to marriage
conjugal
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Book VI, Unit 8- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
wandering from one topic to another
to agree in an opinion or decision
badly needed help; aid
too willing to serve or obey
discursive
concur
succor
obsequious
wandering from one topic to another
discursive
to agree in an opinion or decision
concur
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 11
vet-
veteran
inveterate
freq-
Latin: VETUS, VETERIS, "old"
(n.) Someone very experienced in something; expert
(adj.) Having done something for a long time; habitual
Latin: FREQUENS, "frequent, numerous"
vet-
Latin: VETUS, VETERIS, "old"
veteran
(n.) Someone very experienced in something; expert
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Book VI, Unit 5- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to leave in a hurry, especially to esc…
difficult to understand; hidden from u…
hard to understand; having a secret me…
coming from an unreliable source; untrue
abscond
recondite
cryptic
apocryphal
to leave in a hurry, especially to esc…
abscond
difficult to understand; hidden from u…
recondite
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Greek / Latin Roots: Book 1, Unit 8
hospital
hospitable
homonym
synonym
a place where sick or injured people are given care or treatm…
generous and friendly to guests or visitors
a word that is spelled and pronounced like another word but i…
a word that has the same or similar meaning as another word i…
hospital
a place where sick or injured people are given care or treatm…
hospitable
generous and friendly to guests or visitors
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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…
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Book VI, Unit 15- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
high-flown and elevated in speech
very talkative
roundabout or overlong way of saying s…
formal conversation or dialogue
magniloquent
loquacious
circumlocution
colloquy
high-flown and elevated in speech
magniloquent
very talkative
loquacious
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Latin and Greek roots Book III Unit 2
Enunciate
Renounce
Pronouncement
Invoke
v. To pronouce or articulate
v. To reject by declaration
n. A declaration of opinion; judgement
v. To call on for support
Enunciate
v. To pronouce or articulate
Renounce
v. To reject by declaration
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Book VI, Unit 6- Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
a formal delay; a suspension
modest and shy
to express unwillingness to do somethi…
done without planning; improvised
moratorium
demure
demur
extemporaneous
a formal delay; a suspension
moratorium
modest and shy
demure
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Greek / Latin Roots: Book 1, Unit 9
biology
biodegradeable
biography
photography
a science that deals with things that are alive such as plant…
capable of being slowly destroyed and broken down into very s…
the story of a real person's life written by someone other th…
the art, process, or job of taking pictures with a camera; na…
biology
a science that deals with things that are alive such as plant…
biodegradeable
capable of being slowly destroyed and broken down into very s…
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 10
juris-
jurisprudence
jurisdiction
perjure
Latin: IUS, IURIS, "law"
(n.) Study or science of law
(n.) Area of influence
(v.) To lie under oath
juris-
Latin: IUS, IURIS, "law"
jurisprudence
(n.) Study or science of law
13 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 2 Book 2
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
THES, THET Greek THESIS, THETOS
Composure
"to place, to put"
"to stand, stand something up"
"placing", "having been placed"
Control over expression and action... syn: poise ant: agitation;…
POS, PON Latin: PONERE, POSITUM
"to place, to put"
STAN,STAT Latin: STARE, STATUS
"to stand, stand something up"
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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 Greek and Latin roots Book I Unit 12
Capitalize
Decapitate
Caput, Caputis
Oral
To make the best of
To remove the head of
Root meaning "head"
Having to do with the mouth; spoken rather than written
Capitalize
To make the best of
Decapitate
To remove the head of
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 20
Ideal
Idealize
Conscience
Scientific
adj. Perfectly suitable
v. To think of as perfect
n. The part of the mind which tells the difference between ri…
adj. Based on proven facts
Ideal
adj. Perfectly suitable
Idealize
v. To think of as perfect
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 13
suspect
conspicuous
respective
despicable
not able to be trusted; suspicious
standing out; unusual
corresponding to each person or thing in a series
deserving of hatred or disgust
suspect
not able to be trusted; suspicious
conspicuous
standing out; unusual
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 18
Aerate
Aerial
Airy
Inflate
v. To fill with air; expose to air
adj. Done from or in the air
adj. Light, not heavy or serious
v. To make bigger
Aerate
v. To fill with air; expose to air
Aerial
adj. Done from or in the air
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 19
Narrative
Narrate
Pronounce
Denounce
n. A story
v. To tell a story
v. To speak in a certain way; say aloud
v. To criticize; to blame
Narrative
n. A story
Narrate
v. To tell a story
20 terms
Vocabulary latin and greek roots book 5 units 11-15 roots
Ser
Cert
Nex
Lig, lia
Join
To separate, distinguish, decide
Connect, bind
To bind
Ser
Join
Cert
To separate, distinguish, decide
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Latin and Greek Roots Book 2, Unit 3
intercept
participant
conceive
deceptive
v. to catch or block
n. one who takes part in
v. to come up with, imagine
adj. intending to mislead or trick
intercept
v. to catch or block
participant
n. one who takes part in
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 11
vet
veteran
inveterate
freq
old
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
frequent, numerous
vet
old
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
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Vocabulary latin and greek roots book 5 unit 1-5 roots
Fac
Opus
Erg
Labor
To make, do
Work,wealth, power, resource
Work
Work
Fac
To make, do
Opus
Work,wealth, power, resource
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Latin and Greek Roots: Book 2, Unit 1
surgical
energetic
ergonomic
vigorous
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
(adj.) intended to decrease discomfort and maximize work; G.…
(adj.) done with power, force or energy
surgical
(adj.) very precise; clear and accurate; G. kheir, "hand," +…
energetic
(adj.) active and lively; G. en, "in," + ergon = into work
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 17
fund
found
fundamental
founder
bottom
bottom
basic and important
to completely fail
fund
bottom
found
bottom
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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
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 5
Adjacent
Subject
Projectile
Ballistic
adj. Next to; nearby
v. To cause to undergo or experience
n. Something sent through the air
adj. Thrown or projected
Adjacent
adj. Next to; nearby
Subject
v. To cause to undergo or experience
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 2 Unit 2
composure
exponential
imposition
repository
control over expression and action
steadily increasing
an unwelcome demand; a burden
a place designated for storage
composure
control over expression and action
exponential
steadily increasing
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 17
fundamental
founder
disperse
sparse
basic and important
to completely fail
to cause to go in different directions; scatter
not plentiful; not dense
fundamental
basic and important
founder
to completely fail
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Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 18
sist
desist
persistent
subsist
stand, stop
to stop doing something; cease
not giving up or stopping
to support life; to survive
sist
stand, stop
desist
to stop doing something; cease
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 5
humility
exhume
stellar
astronomical
lack of pride; modesty
to remove from the ground; dig up
excellent; outstanding
enormous; immense
humility
lack of pride; modesty
exhume
to remove from the ground; dig up
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Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots, Book 1, Unit 5
Adjacent
Subject
Projectile
Ballistic
adj. Next to; nearby
v. To cause to undergo or experience
n. Something sent through the air
adj. Thrown or projected
Adjacent
adj. Next to; nearby
Subject
v. To cause to undergo or experience
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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book II, Unit 20
deign
disdain
indignant
appreciative
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
scorn
unworthy
expressing or feeling thankfulness
deign
to lower oneself to do something; condescend
disdain
scorn
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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