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16 terms
GACS lclab English 10 - Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
definitive
infinitesimal
infinite
innovative
adj. Defining for all others; standard
adj. Extremely small; incalculably or immeasurably small
adj. Without beginning or end
adj. Showing creativity and originality
definitive
adj. Defining for all others; standard
infinitesimal
adj. Extremely small; incalculably or immeasurably small
16 terms
GACS lclab English 9 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
rapacious
rapt
surreptitious
perceptible
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
adj. Giving total attention to; captivated
adj. Hidden or secret; done without notice
adj. Able to be noticed or felt
rapacious
adj. Seizing everything; greedy
rapt
adj. Giving total attention to; captivated
10 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
subjugate
conjugal
contiguous
contingent
v. to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
adj. of or related to marriage
adj. touching on one side; sharing a border or borders
adj. possible, conditional
subjugate
v. to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
conjugal
adj. of or related to marriage
13 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
13 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
10 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
10 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
22 terms
GACS lclab English 11 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 12
sedition
ambiance
circuitous
transitory
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
adj. roundabout or lengthy
adj. short-lived or temporary
sedition
n. act or practice aimed at undermining authority, rebellion
ambiance
n. environment surrounding; atmosphere
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 5
abscond
recondite
cryptic
apocryphal
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
adj. hard to understand; having a secret meaning
adj. coming from an unreliable source; untrue
abscond
v. to leave in a hurry, especially to escape the law
recondite
adj. difficult to understand; hidden from understanding
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 17
synopsis
myopic
adumbrate
umbrage
n. a short outline or review of main points
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
v. to briefly outline or describe
n. anger caused by an insult or slight
synopsis
n. a short outline or review of main points
myopic
adj. nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
17 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
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
19 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 4
pastoral
repast
aggregate
egregious
adj. Having to do with the country
n. A meal; food and drink for a meal
adj. Gathered into a whole ; total
adj. Standing out sharply as wrong or bad
pastoral
adj. Having to do with the country
repast
n. A meal; food and drink for a meal
16 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
moratorium
demure
demur
extemporaneous
n. a formal delay; a suspension
adj. modest and shy
v. to express unwillingness to do something; to object
adj. done without planning; improvised
moratorium
n. a formal delay; a suspension
demure
adj. modest and shy
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 3
vehement
inveigh
surmise
demise
adj. Strongly emotional; fierce and passionate
v. To attack strongly in words; to talk or write bitterly aga…
v. To draw a conclusion based on little or no information; to…
n. The end of existence; death
vehement
adj. Strongly emotional; fierce and passionate
inveigh
v. To attack strongly in words; to talk or write bitterly aga…
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 8
discursive
concur
succor
obsequious
adj. Wandering from one topic to another
v. To agree in an opinion or decision
n. Badly needed help; aid
adj. Too willing to serve or obey
discursive
adj. Wandering from one topic to another
concur
v. To agree in an opinion or decision
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 14
locus
in lieu of
allocate
apposite
n. specific place; especially, the center of an activity or e…
adv. in place of
v. to set aside for a special purpose
adj. relevant or appropriate
locus
n. specific place; especially, the center of an activity or e…
in lieu of
adv. in place of
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
artifice
artless
inert
icon
n. clever trickery; deception
adj. without strategy or deceit; naive
adj. not having power to move; slow to act
n. an image that best represents something; a symbol
artifice
n. clever trickery; deception
artless
adj. without strategy or deceit; naive
17 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 1
cogent
exigent
assay
intransigent
adj. Strong and to the point; convincing
adj. Urgent; pressing
v. To test, analyze
adj. Refusing to compromise
cogent
adj. Strong and to the point; convincing
exigent
adj. Urgent; pressing
16 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 7
psyche
psychosomatic
psychotic
pusillanimous
n. the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
adj. having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in…
adj. having severe mental illness to the point of disconnecti…
adj. timid or cowardly; not brave
psyche
n. the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
psychosomatic
adj. having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in…
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
v. to get with some effort
adj. causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
sinecure
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
incurious
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
12 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 6
moratorium
demure
demur
extemporaneous
n. a formal delay; a suspension
adj. modest and shy
v. to express unwillingness to do something; to object
adj. done without planning; improvised
moratorium
n. a formal delay; a suspension
demure
adj. modest and shy
10 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
v. to get with some effort
adj. causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
sinecure
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
incurious
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
10 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 9
judicious
adjudicate
amoral
mores
adj. having or showing good judgement
v. to settle a dispute or argument
adj. not concerned about morality
n. attitudes and behaviors that are so firmly fixed that they…
judicious
adj. having or showing good judgement
adjudicate
v. to settle a dispute or argument
15 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 14
locus
in lieu of
allocate
apposite
n. specific place; especially, the center of an activity or e…
adv. in place of
v. to set aside for a special purpose
adj. relevant or appropriate
locus
n. specific place; especially, the center of an activity or e…
in lieu of
adv. in place of
10 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
v. to get with some effort
adj. causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
sinecure
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
incurious
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
11 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 15
magniloquent
loquacious
circumlocution
colloquy
adj. high-flown and elevated in speech
adj. very talkative
n. roundabout or overly long way of saying something
n. formal conversation or dialogue
magniloquent
adj. high-flown and elevated in speech
loquacious
adj. very talkative
14 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
sinecure
incurious
procure
internecine
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
v. to get with some effort
adj. causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
sinecure
n. a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring wor…
incurious
adj. not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
17 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
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
13 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 13
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
18 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 18
dour
obdurate
duress
flux
adj. gloomy and stern
adj. wickedly stubborn; obstinate
n. the use of force or threats to make someone act
n. continuous change; instability
dour
adj. gloomy and stern
obdurate
adj. wickedly stubborn; obstinate
11 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 2
degenerate
engender
genre
cognate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
v. To bring about; to produce
n. A kind or type of art
adj. Related to or coming from the same source
degenerate
n. A corrupt wrongdoer
engender
v. To bring about; to produce
11 terms
GACS lclab English 12 - Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 10
artifice
artless
inert
icon
n. clever trickery; deception
adj. without strategy or deceit; naive
adj. not having power to move; slow to act
n. an image that best represents something; a symbol
artifice
n. clever trickery; deception
artless
adj. without strategy or deceit; naive
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
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Unit 12 greek and latin vocab
Capitalize
Decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1. having to do with the mouth... 2. spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
Capitalize
to make the best of
Decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
To make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
To make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
14 terms
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
Unit 12 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, r…
the art of public speaking
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
capitalize
to remove the head of
decapitate
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots III: Unit 12
Rapacious
Rapt
Surreptitious
Perceptible
Seizing everything; greedy
Giving total attention to; captivated
Hidden or secret; done without notice
Able to be noticed or felt
Rapacious
Seizing everything; greedy
Rapt
Giving total attention to; captivated
21 terms
Unit 12 Greek & Latin Roots It Takes Two
bicycle
bilingual
biannual
duet
(noun) a vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one b…
(adj) describes a person who speaks two languages fluently.
(adj) occurring twice a year.
(noun) a performance by two people, especially singers, instr…
bicycle
(noun) a vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one b…
bilingual
(adj) describes a person who speaks two languages fluently.
10 terms
Preston Unit 12 Latin and Greek Flashcards!
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
v. To make the best of... I want to capitalize on my win.
v. To remove the head of... John the Baptist's head was decapit…
adj. Having to do with the mouth... Spoken, rather than written…
n. The art of public speaking... Talking to a large amount of p…
Capitalize
v. To make the best of... I want to capitalize on my win.
Decapitate
v. To remove the head of... John the Baptist's head was decapit…
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
CAPITA
Capitalize
Decapitate
ORA
head
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
(v) to remove the head of... syn: behead
mouth
CAPITA
head
Capitalize
(v) to make the best of... syn: take advantage of... ant: missing o…
10 terms
Unit 12 Latin and Greek Roots
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
To make the best
To remove the head of
Having to do with the mouth
The art of public speaking
Capitalize
To make the best
Decapitate
To remove the head of
10 terms
Unit 12 Greek and Latin roots vocab
CAPITALIZE
DECAPITATE
ORAL
ORATORY
To make the best of
To remove the head of
Having to do with the mouth
The art of public speaking
CAPITALIZE
To make the best of
DECAPITATE
To remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek roots unit 12
Capitalize
Decapitate
Oral
Oratory
V. To make the best of
V. To remove the head of
Adj. having to do with the mouth
N. The art of public speaking
Capitalize
V. To make the best of
Decapitate
V. To remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Latin and Greek Roots/ Unit 12 vocab
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
1. having to do with the mouth... 2. spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
10 terms
Vocabulary Latin and Greek Roots Unit 12
capitalize
decapitate
oral
oratory
to make the best of
to remove the head of
having to do with the mouth; spoken, rather than written
the art of public speaking
capitalize
to make the best of
decapitate
to remove the head of
14 terms
Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots unit 12
CAPITA
capitalize
decapitate
ORA
"head"
to make the best of
to remove the head of
"mouth"
CAPITA
"head"
capitalize
to make the best of
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