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LA-Language arts vocabulary latin roots
ject
dorm
magn
ver
throw
sleep
great
true
ject
throw
dorm
sleep
61 terms
Language Arts Latin Root Vocabulary
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supporting; encouraging
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world
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English Language Arts: Latin Roots part 2
-acious
-ant
-ine
-ion
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective/Noun (more likely to be adjective
Noun
-acious
Adjective
-ant
Adjective
19 terms
AA roots Language Arts - Latin - Vocabulary 4
graph- , graphy-... autograph... biography…
herbi-... herbicide... herbal... herbivore
homo-, homeo-... homonymn... homeopath... homi…
hetero-... heterogeneous... heterodox... heter…
writing, written, or recorded
grass or plant
same or alike
different or other
graph- , graphy-... autograph... biography…
writing, written, or recorded
herbi-... herbicide... herbal... herbivore
grass or plant
Vocabulary 10 English Language Arts
impending
ferret
engross
devise
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
to occupy the complete attention, absorb fully
to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create
impending
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
ferret
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
28 terms
Greek, Latin Roots and language arts vocabulary for test
ped
sect
bio
scrib, script
foot
cut, separate
life
write
ped
foot
sect
cut, separate
13 terms
Root Vocabulary, Unit 10 (Reading/Language Arts)
plural
pluralism
multiply
multidisciplinary
1. a form of a word that referse to more than one person or t…
a situation where people of different social classes, religio…
to increase greatly in number amount; to become much more num…
involving two or more subject areas
plural
1. a form of a word that referse to more than one person or t…
pluralism
a situation where people of different social classes, religio…
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Root Vocabulary, Unit 10 (Reading/Language Arts)
Plural
Pluralism
Multiply
Multidisciplinary
the form of a word that refers to more than one person or thi…
a situation where people of different social classes, religio…
to increase greatly in number or amount; to become much more…
involving two or more subject areas
Plural
the form of a word that refers to more than one person or thi…
Pluralism
a situation where people of different social classes, religio…
36 terms
Language Arts VOCABULARY 1 Greek Roots and Latin Roots
definition of root anthrop
definition of root astr
definition of root bio
definition of root cata
human
star
life
down
definition of root anthrop
human
definition of root astr
star
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Root Vocabulary, Unit 10 (Reading/Language Arts)
plur
multi/poly
mega
plural
more
many
million, great, large
1. the form of a word that refers to more than one person or…
plur
more
multi/poly
many
69 terms
Honors 10 English Language Arts Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
archetypes
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
the force that opposes or struggles against the main character
universal symbols - images, characters, motifs, or patterns -…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
allusion
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
31 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 1-10 and 51-55; Language Arts 7
Photos
Graph
Tele
Metron
Greek for light
Greek for to write or draw
Greek for far away, distant
Greek for measure
Photos
Greek for light
Graph
Greek for to write or draw
10 terms
Language Arts - Greek and Latin root words - week 9 & 10
ben-
zyg-
meta-
kine-
good, well
yolk
above, beyond
movement
ben-
good, well
zyg-
yolk
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Honors 10 English Language Arts Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
archetypes
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
the force that opposes or struggles against the main character
universal symbols - images, characters, motifs, or patterns -…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
allusion
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
15 terms
English 10 Vocabulary: Latin Roots
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
away, from
to
before
two
a, ab
away, from
ad
to
64 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Vocabulary AP Language Arts Units 7-12
adjudicate
amoral
animadversion
aspire
To settle a dispute or arguement
Not concerned about morality
Strong criticism or blame
To have a strong desire to get or do something
adjudicate
To settle a dispute or arguement
amoral
Not concerned about morality
33 terms
English | Vocabulary - Latin Roots 6-10
Greg
Aggregate
Aggregation
Congregation
"Gather, flock"
Gathered together in one mass; total; collective
Gathering of individuals into a body or group; assemblage
"Flock" or gathering of people for religious worship
Greg
"Gather, flock"
Aggregate
Gathered together in one mass; total; collective
11 terms
English 10 Latin Roots Vocabulary - MORT
immortal
immortality
moribund
mortal - adj.
not subject to death
eternal life; lasting fame
dying; near death
causing death; fatal
immortal
not subject to death
immortality
eternal life; lasting fame
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English 10 Vocabulary Latin Roots : CIDE
bactericide
biocide
fratricide
fungicide
substance that kills bacteria
substance that destroys many different organisms
act of killing (or killer of) one's brother
substance that kills fungi
bactericide
substance that kills bacteria
biocide
substance that destroys many different organisms
45 terms
Word Roots Weeks 6-10 English Language Arts 3-4 (Suffixes, Prefixes, Roots)
anth
chrys
graph
heli
flower
gold, yellow
write, written
sun
anth
flower
chrys
gold, yellow
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Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 10 English Vocabulary
Artiface
Artless
Inert
Icon
clever trickery; deception
without strategy or deceit; naive
not having power to move; slow to act
an image that best represents something; a symbol
Artiface
clever trickery; deception
Artless
without strategy or deceit; naive
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary: Latin Roots (VOR & VIV)
vor
viv
carnivore
carnivorous
eat greedily
live or alive
flesh-eating animal
flesh-eating
vor
eat greedily
viv
live or alive
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English 10 Vocabulary: Latin Roots (mor/mort)
mor(mort)
immortal
moribund
mortal (adj)
death.
not subject to death.
dying; near death.
causing death; fatal blow.
mor(mort)
death.
immortal
not subject to death.
55 terms
english 10 vocabulary 1 quarter latin roots
corrupt
rupture
biocide
sororcidie
changed from good to bad to vicious, cause disorder, break ap…
break, hostility
kills living microorganisms
act of killing ones sister
corrupt
changed from good to bad to vicious, cause disorder, break ap…
rupture
break, hostility
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary: Latin Roots (TORT&VICT)
tort (tors)
vict (vinc)
contortionist
distort
twist
conquer; show conclusively
person who can twist his or her body into odd postures
twist out of the true meaning; misrepresent; pervert
tort (tors)
twist
vict (vinc)
conquer; show conclusively
67 terms
Vocabulary latin roots 1-10(English 8)
am, amor
amateur
amateur
amiable
love,liking, friendliness
(n.) (literally "lover") person who follows a particular purs…
(n.) (literally "lover") one who performs rather poorly; inex…
(adj.) likable; good natured; pleasant and agreeable; obliging
am, amor
love,liking, friendliness
amateur
(n.) (literally "lover") person who follows a particular purs…
12 terms
English Language Arts 3-4 Honors vocabulary list 10
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
v. To do away with legal penalties for
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
n. An accusation made in reply; a counter charge.
adj. Deserving blame
decriminalize
v. To do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
v. To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty.
17 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
15 terms
Vocabulary List #10 - Latin Roots Part 1 (English I)
ambi
aqua
aud
bene
both
water
to hear
good
ambi
both
aqua
water
12 terms
Word Roots Weeks 6-10 English Language Arts 3-4 (Words)
anthography
anther
helianthus
anthophyte
description of flowers
the part of a flower that contains pollen
any of a large group of plants with bright yellow, red, or wh…
a flowering plant
anthography
description of flowers
anther
the part of a flower that contains pollen
11 terms
English III - Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots - Unit 10
totalitarian
totality
holistic
catholic
having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
completeness
concerning the importance of the whole rather than the parts
universal; comprehensive
totalitarian
having to do with a government in which one person, group, or…
totality
completeness
16 terms
Vocabulary Roots For Language Arts Lesson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Vis
Spect
Super
Audi
to see/sight
to look at/to watch
big/above
to hear
Vis
to see/sight
Spect
to look at/to watch
17 terms
English 10~ Vocabulary 7 (Latin Roots "cide: 'killing', 'killer'")
bactericide
biocide
fratricide
fungicide
substance that kills bacteria
substance that destroys many different organims
act of killing (or killer of) one's brother
substance that kills fungi or inhibits their growth
bactericide
substance that kills bacteria
biocide
substance that destroys many different organims
21 terms
Latin Roots and Vocabulary 9-10 LTHS Pre-AP English
Grad, gress
Grat, grac
Greg
Host, hop(it)
to step, to walk
pleasing, favor
flock, herd, group
host, guest
Grad, gress
to step, to walk
Grat, grac
pleasing, favor
96 terms
English Vocabulary Chapter 5: latin roots 1-10
"rupt"
abrupt
corrupt
disrupt
break, burst
broken off; lacking in continuity; ant: sloping
changed; broken to pieces; form good to bad; vicious
break apart; cause disorder
"rupt"
break, burst
abrupt
broken off; lacking in continuity; ant: sloping
18 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
15 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
comportment
confer
defer
deference
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
v. 1. To put aside until later; 2. To yield respectfully
n. Act or practice of yielding to another
comportment
n. Manner in which one acts or behaves
confer
v. 1. To discuss something with someone else; consult; 2. To…
21 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
anatomy
compunction
concise
dichotomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
n. Felling of regret or remorse
adj. Brief and straightforward
n. Two opposite parts of one whole
anatomy
n. The structure or parts, taken as a whole
compunction
n. Felling of regret or remorse
15 terms
English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
apparition
aspect
diaphanous
envisage
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
adj. Lightweight and transparent
v. To imagine, to conceive of
apparition
n. An unreal figure; a ghost
aspect
n. A part that can be considered or viewed
9 terms
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots 5 & 6 - Honors English 10
Haerere
loqui
miser
donum
to stick to
to speak
miserable, wretched
gift
Haerere
to stick to
loqui
to speak
20 terms
English 10 Vocabulary : Latin Roots TORT (TORS) VICT (VINC)
TORT (TORS)
VICT (VINC)
contourtionist
distort
"twist"
"conquer", "show conclusively"
person who can twist his or her body into odd postures
twist out of the true meaning; misrepresent; pervert; falsify
TORT (TORS)
"twist"
VICT (VINC)
"conquer", "show conclusively"
127 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary Units 10-22
totalitarian
Totality
Holistic
Catholic
having to do with a government in which one person, group or…
Completeness
Concerning the whole rather than the parts
Covering a broad range; universal
totalitarian
having to do with a government in which one person, group or…
Totality
Completeness
11 terms
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots 3 & 4 - Honors English 10
hilaris (L)
onus (L)
Orbita (L)
Pono, ponere, posui, positum (L)
cheerful, happy
burden, load
route
To place, to put
hilaris (L)
cheerful, happy
onus (L)
burden, load
20 terms
Vocabulary Greek and Latin Roots 1 & 2 - Honors English 10
Per (L)
Annus (L)
Severus (L)
Ferro, ferre, tuli, latum
Through
Year
Severe, serious
To bring, to bear, to carry
Per (L)
Through
Annus (L)
Year
127 terms
English Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary Units 10-22
totalitarian
Totality
Holistic
Catholic
having to do with a government in which one person, group or…
Completeness
Concerning the whole rather than the parts
Covering a broad range; universal
totalitarian
having to do with a government in which one person, group or…
Totality
Completeness
12 terms
English I: Vocabulary - Latin and Greek Roots | Unit 10
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
culpable
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
deserving blame
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
incriminate
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
42 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary Term (Aug. 10 2015) VAHS Mrs. Young
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
a work of lit. where characters, actions, and even settings h…
repetition of initial consonant sounds... Ex: "When I nodded, ne…
a reference from something in a literary text to something ou…
repetition of a word of expression at the beginning of a succ…
Allegory
a work of lit. where characters, actions, and even settings h…
Alliteration
repetition of initial consonant sounds... Ex: "When I nodded, ne…
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
approbation
culpable
culprit
decriminalize
n. Praise or approval
adj. Deserving blame
n. One responsible for a crime
v. To do away with legal penalties for
approbation
n. Praise or approval
culpable
adj. Deserving blame
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
constructive
construe
destitute
expound
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
adj. Having no money; poor
v. To explain or discuss in detail
constructive
adj. Having a positive effect; helpful
construe
v. To interpret or analyze something in a particular way
16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
adherent
diffuse
diligent
dissolute
n. A follower of a person or idea
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
adj. Hard-working and careful
adj. Devoted to sensual pleasure; lacking in moral restraint
adherent
n. A follower of a person or idea
diffuse
adj. Not concerntrated or focused; wordy
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