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17 terms
Latin and Greek week 13
Access
Antecedent
recede
secede
The ability or right to go towards or use something
A thing that goes before
To withdraw again; retreat
To formally withdraw apart from a group
Access
The ability or right to go towards or use something
Antecedent
A thing that goes before
12 terms
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
12 terms
Latin/Greek Units 13 & 14
port
ject, jet
miss, mitt
viv
to carry
to throw
to send
to live
port
to carry
ject, jet
to throw
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 13
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
weatlthy and privileged; well-to-do
additional to what is necessary; extra
sweetly flowing or sounding
to make less heavy or serious
affluent
weatlthy and privileged; well-to-do
superfluous
additional to what is necessary; extra
70 terms
CLA - vocabulary 13-15 Greek and Latin
Blephar-
Choroid-
Cor(e)-
Cycl-
Eyelid
[skinlike] choroid
[girl] pupil (of the eye)
Circle; the ciliary body
Blephar-
Eyelid
Choroid-
[skinlike] choroid
20 terms
Greek and Latin List #13
endothermic
exothermic
therm
thermal
heated from within the body
requires heat to be absorbed from outside of the body
a unit of heat equal to 1,000 great calories
related to heat or temperature
endothermic
heated from within the body
exothermic
requires heat to be absorbed from outside of the body
24 terms
Greek and Latin #13
cord, cor, cardi
dorm
dynam
form
heart (cordial, discord, concord, cardiologist, cardiology)
sleep (dormant, dormitory)
power (dynamic, dynamo, dynamite, hydrodynamics)
shape (formula, formal, uniform, conform, perform)
cord, cor, cardi
heart (cordial, discord, concord, cardiologist, cardiology)
dorm
sleep (dormant, dormitory)
12 terms
Greek/Latin Vocab 13 Sentences
jubilee
jubilant
hilarity
exhilarating
The residents of Trentville had a _____ to celebrate the town…
Many animal rights activists were _____ to hear that a circus…
The wedding reception was a night of great _____ because of t…
It felt remarkably _____ to coast down the ski slope, but the…
jubilee
The residents of Trentville had a _____ to celebrate the town…
jubilant
Many animal rights activists were _____ to hear that a circus…
13 terms
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
24 terms
Greek and Latin roots units: 13-15 vocabulary
Luster
Illustrative
Fulminate
Refulgent
n. brilliance; brightness
adj. Descriptive; representative
v. To attack with words; denounce
adj. Brilliantly illuminated; shining
Luster
n. brilliance; brightness
Illustrative
adj. Descriptive; representative
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Vocabulary Unit 13
Err
Grad/Gress
Ven/Vent
Cur/Curs
To wander
To go forth, to proceed
To come
To run
Err
To wander
Grad/Gress
To go forth, to proceed
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 13
Jubilee
Jubilant
Hilarity
Exhilarating
A joyous celebration
Full of joy
Fun; merriment
Bringing great joy and excitement
Jubilee
A joyous celebration
Jubilant
Full of joy
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Unit 13
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
(adj.) wealthy and privileged; well-to-do; rich
(adj.) additional to what is necessary; extra; more than needed
(adj.) sweetly flowing or sounding
(v.) to make less heavy or serious
affluent
(adj.) wealthy and privileged; well-to-do; rich
superfluous
(adj.) additional to what is necessary; extra; more than needed
66 terms
Greek 12-13, Latin 1-4 Vocabulary
mycology
mycosis
myopathy
myoma
The branch of biology that deals with fungi.
A fungal infection in or on a part of the body.
A disease of muscle or muscle tissue.
A tumor composed of muscle tissue.
mycology
The branch of biology that deals with fungi.
mycosis
A fungal infection in or on a part of the body.
66 terms
Vocabulary Greek 12-13 and Latin 1-4
mycology
mycosis
myopathy
myoma
The branch of biology that deals with fungi (myco)
A fungal infection in or on a part of the body (myco)
A disease of muscle or muscle tissue (myo)
A tumor composed of muscle tissue (myo)
mycology
The branch of biology that deals with fungi (myco)
mycosis
A fungal infection in or on a part of the body (myco)
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek roots 13
Jubilee
Jubilant
Hilarity
Exhilarating
A joyous celebration
Full of joy
Fun; merriment
Bringing great joy and excitement
Jubilee
A joyous celebration
Jubilant
Full of joy
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary WK 13
Television
Vision
Invisible
Thermometer
Transports visual images into your home
Is your sense of sight
Something that you cannot see
Takes your internal temperature
Television
Transports visual images into your home
Vision
Is your sense of sight
24 terms
Greek & Latin Roots Vocabulary Chapters 13 - 15
abominable
contrite
demonstrative
detritus
Loathsome; disagreeable
Feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
openly expressive of emotions
Debris; junk
abominable
Loathsome; disagreeable
contrite
Feeling regret and sorrow; penitent
155 terms
Units 4 - 13 Latin and Greek Vocabulary Words
Form
Reform
Formative
Apt/Ept
To form, to establish
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
Occurring at the time of most influence
To fit
Form
To form, to establish
Reform
To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
10 terms
Latin greek week 13
Ovum
Here-
Gene
Allel
Egg
Heir, heiress
Birth origin
Of one another
Ovum
Egg
Here-
Heir, heiress
12 terms
Latin and Greek Vocab 13
Affluent
Superfluous
Mellifluous
Leaven
Wealthy and privelaged; well-to-do
Additional to what is necessary; extra
Sweetly flowing or sending
To make less heavy or serious
Affluent
Wealthy and privelaged; well-to-do
Superfluous
Additional to what is necessary; extra
66 terms
Vocabulary: Greek 12 and 13, Latin 1-4
mycology
mycosis
myopathy
myoma
branch of biology that deals with fungi
fungal infection in or on a part of the body
disease of muscle or muscle tissues
tumor composed of muscle tissue
mycology
branch of biology that deals with fungi
mycosis
fungal infection in or on a part of the body
12 terms
Unit 13: Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots
affluent
superfluous
mellifluous
leaven
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
adj. Sweetly flowing or sounding
v. To make less heavy or serious
affluent
adj. Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
superfluous
adj. Additional to what is necessary; extra
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week 13
scope
son
dec
stell
look
sound
ten
star
scope
look
son
sound
12 terms
Greek and Latin 13
Suspect
Conspicuous
Respective
Despicable
Not able to be trusted
Standing out
Corresponding to each other
Deserving of hatred or disgust
Suspect
Not able to be trusted
Conspicuous
Standing out
11 terms
Latin and Greek 13
Jubilee
Jubilant
Hilarity
Exhilarating
a joyous celebration
full of joy
fun; merriment
bringing great joy and excitement
Jubilee
a joyous celebration
Jubilant
full of joy
13 terms
Greek & Latin Stems #13
Numer
Fort
Osteo
Ornith
Number
Strong
Bone
Bird
Numer
Number
Fort
Strong
51 terms
Greek/Latin Forms 13
paroxysm
part
parturit
patell
sudden attack
childbirth
to be in labour
patella (kneecap)
paroxysm
sudden attack
part
childbirth
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots #13
err
abberrant
erroneous
errant
to wander
deviating from a pattern or rule
wrong or inaccurate
wandering or straying
err
to wander
abberrant
deviating from a pattern or rule
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #13: graph = writing
autobiography (n)
autograph (n)
bibliography (n)
biography (n)
writing about a person's life written by that person
the writing of one's own name
the written list of all the books used in a report or book
a book written about a person's life
autobiography (n)
writing about a person's life written by that person
autograph (n)
the writing of one's own name
32 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots 13 and 14
Sequi/Sec
inconsequential
consecutive
execution
to follow
having no effect or importance
following in order
the way something is done
Sequi/Sec
to follow
inconsequential
having no effect or importance
13 terms
Greek and Latin Words 13
Culprit
Fame
Grateful
Trimester
a person who is responsible for a crime or other misdeed
the condition of being known or talked about by many people,…
feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful
a period of three months, especially as a division of the dur…
Culprit
a person who is responsible for a crime or other misdeed
Fame
the condition of being known or talked about by many people,…
12 terms
Greek & Latin week 13
culp
eval
fa, fat
fort
blame; fault
ages
to speak
strong
culp
blame; fault
eval
ages
Greek and Latin Roots List 13
ver
amphi
magn
ortho
truth
both
great
straight
ver
truth
amphi
both
10 terms
Latin / Greek 13
loc
locu / loqu / locut
luc / lumin
manu
place... location... local
word / speak... eloquent... loquacious
light... illuminate... lucid
hand... manuscript... manual
loc
place... location... local
locu / loqu / locut
word / speak... eloquent... loquacious
13 terms
Latin Greek 13
Capitulate
Recapitulate
Caprice
Precipitate
To yield; to surrender
To summarize briefly
Sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
To call something to happen immediately; to speed up
Capitulate
To yield; to surrender
Recapitulate
To summarize briefly
10 terms
Greek/Latin set #13
Atmo-
Bronch-
Capil-
Infra-
vapor, air
windpipe
hairlike
below, under
Atmo-
vapor, air
Bronch-
windpipe
31 terms
Greek and Latin 13
a
anti
sym
dia
not, without
against, opposite
with, together
through, across
a
not, without
anti
against, opposite
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 13
Culp
Eval
Fat
Fort
blame; fault
ages
to speak
strong
Culp
blame; fault
Eval
ages
10 terms
Greek and Latin 13
migr
mim
min
minist
change, move... Latin... migrate, immigrant, emigrate, migratory
same... Latin... mime, mimic, pantomime
small, less... Latin... minute, mini, minor, minus, minimize
serve... Latin... minister, administer, administration
migr
change, move... Latin... migrate, immigrant, emigrate, migratory
mim
same... Latin... mime, mimic, pantomime
10 terms
Greek and Latin Week 13
Mort/Mortis
Clus/Clud
Pel/Pul
Dig/Dat
Death
Close, Shut
Dive, Strike
Give, Push
Mort/Mortis
Death
Clus/Clud
Close, Shut
17 terms
Latin/Greek #13
err
Aberrant
Erroneous
Errant
"to wander"
deviating from a pattern or rule
wrong or inaccurate
wandering or straying
err
"to wander"
Aberrant
deviating from a pattern or rule
16 terms
Greek Latin week 13
a-
anti-
sym-
gen
not, without
against, opposite
with, together
birth, produce, race
a-
not, without
anti-
against, opposite
10 terms
Greek& Latin Roots #13
intro
port
omni
dox
into
carry
all
opinion
intro
into
port
carry
5 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 13
super-
intro-
de-
ex-
over, above
within
down, away
out of, from
super-
over, above
intro-
within
24 terms
Vocabulary 13 & 14 - Latin and Greek Roots
Capitulate
Recapitulate
Caprice
Precipitate
(v.) To yield; to surrender
(v.) To summarize briefly
(n.) Sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
(v.) To cause something to happen immediately; to speed up
Capitulate
(v.) To yield; to surrender
Recapitulate
(v.) To summarize briefly
10 terms
Latin/Greek 13
ovum
here-
gene
allel-
egg
heir, heirness
birth, origin
of one another
ovum
egg
here-
heir, heirness
10 terms
Latin & Greek: Week 13
tele
kinesis
cycl
tot
at a distance
movement, motion
circular
all, whole
tele
at a distance
kinesis
movement, motion
16 terms
Greek And Latin13
digit-
eco-
gaster-
gust-
finger, toe.
house.
stomach.
taste.
digit-
finger, toe.
eco-
house.
13 terms
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
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