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49 terms
Vocabulary-English- Greek roots
Anthropo
Archy
Aristos
Astr
Human being
Rule
Best
Star
Anthropo
Human being
Archy
Rule
21 terms
Greek Roots-English Vocabulary
Aero
Amphi
Anthro
Anti
Air, gas
Both
Man
Against
Aero
Air, gas
Amphi
Both
21 terms
English Vocabulary & Greek Roots
And-/audi
Bio
Chron
Mort
Hear
Life
Time
Death
And-/audi
Hear
Bio
Life
111 terms
English Vocabulary - Greek Roots
Acrophobia
Philanthropist
Philanthropy
Misanthrope
Fear of being at a great height
Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human welfare
Love of humanity, especially as shown in donations to charita…
Hater of humanity
Acrophobia
Fear of being at a great height
Philanthropist
Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human welfare
30 terms
English Greek Roots Vocabulary
Ami,Amic
Anthro
Aud
Card
Love
Man
To hear
Heart
Ami,Amic
Love
Anthro
Man
47 terms
English Vocabulary and Greek Roots
Ubiquitous-
Mercurial-
Bedevil-
Antithesis
Seeming to be everywhere at the same time
Changeable in character, fickle
harass
The direct opposite
Ubiquitous-
Seeming to be everywhere at the same time
Mercurial-
Changeable in character, fickle
30 terms
Vocabulary English #1 (Greek Roots)
Cardio
Anthro
Astro
Bio
heart
man
Star
Life
Cardio
heart
Anthro
man
20 terms
English (Greek roots 1)
Anthropo
Aster, astro
baro
biblio,bibli
Human being
Star
pressure
book
Anthropo
Human being
Aster, astro
Star
62 terms
Vocabulary latin and greek roots english
Monos
Monologue
Logos
Monarch
One
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
Greek
A person sho rules a kingdom or empire; a king, queen, empero…
Monos
One
Monologue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
25 terms
English Greek roots 1
Phobia
Phil (Philo)
Mis
Dys
fear, dislike, aversion
loving, fond of
hate
bad, ill, difficult
Phobia
fear, dislike, aversion
Phil (Philo)
loving, fond of
60 terms
Vocabulary -- Greek and Latin Roots -- English
photos
graph
tele
metron
light
write/draw
distant
measure
photos
light
graph
write/draw
20 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots/ Vocabulary Lesson 5
Agitation (v)
Aloof (adj)
Apparition (n)
Benefactor (n)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
a ghost; a phantom; an appearance seen... suddenly
a person who has given help; a patron
Agitation (v)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
Aloof (adj)
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
14 terms
HPCA English Vocabulary: Greek and Latin Roots
Ject ... Eject
Able, ible... Believable incredible
Cede, ceed, ceas, cess... Precede proceed…
Bio... Biography
Throw
Able capable of
Happen yield go
Life
Ject ... Eject
Throw
Able, ible... Believable incredible
Able capable of
20 terms
English 12 Vocabulary (Greek & Latin Roots 1)
aud, aus
belli
brev
capit, capt
hear, listen (audible, auditorium, audio, audition)
war (rebellion, belligerent, bellicose)
short (abbreviate, brevity, brief)
head (decapitate, capital, caption)
aud, aus
hear, listen (audible, auditorium, audio, audition)
belli
war (rebellion, belligerent, bellicose)
12 terms
English Greek Roots #1
AGOG, AGOGUE
ARCH(E), ARCHA(E)
COSM
DEM
to lead
ancient; first; rule
universe; order; beauty
people
AGOG, AGOGUE
to lead
ARCH(E), ARCHA(E)
ancient; first; rule
10 terms
English-Greek Roots
Phobia
Phil (Philo)
Mis
Dys
Fear; Dislike; Aversion
Loving; Fond Of
Hate
Bad; Ill; Difficult
Phobia
Fear; Dislike; Aversion
Phil (Philo)
Loving; Fond Of
12 terms
English Greek Roots (17+)
Agog, Agogue
Arche, Archae
Phon
Typ
To lead
First, ancient, rule
Sound, voice
Stamp, model
Agog, Agogue
To lead
Arche, Archae
First, ancient, rule
16 terms
English-Greek Roots#2
Logy
Bio
Tomy (Tom)
Pod
Science, Study, Account
Life
Cutting, Operation Of Incision
Foot
Logy
Science, Study, Account
Bio
Life
42 terms
English 11 Greek Roots Vocabulary Set 1
phobia/phobe
acrophobia
agoraphobia
Anglophobe
the fear, dislike, or aversion of something
the fear of heights
the fear of open spaces
the fear of English
phobia/phobe
the fear, dislike, or aversion of something
acrophobia
the fear of heights
17 terms
Greek to English root words
logos
pyro
astron
graph
study, word
fire
star
draw, write
logos
study, word
pyro
fire
20 terms
Greek Affixes and Roots #2 (Greek to English)
small
ill, bad
earth, world
sound
micro
dys, dis
cosmo
phon
small
micro
ill, bad
dys, dis
15 terms
English greek roots 7
Animosity
Magnanimous
Affinity
Definitive
a strong feeling of dislike or hatred
having or showing a generous and kind nature
a feeling of closeness and understanding that someone has for…
not able to be argued about or changed : final and settled
Animosity
a strong feeling of dislike or hatred
Magnanimous
having or showing a generous and kind nature
20 terms
English: Latin and Greek Roots
Bene, ben
Fict, fig
Locut, loqu
Magn
good
make, shape, or form
speak
great
Bene, ben
good
Fict, fig
make, shape, or form
12 terms
English 9 Latin & Greek Roots
Photo:
Tele:
Phobos:
Phone:
light (Greek)
far away, distant (Greek)
fear (Greek)
sound (Greek)
Photo:
light (Greek)
Tele:
far away, distant (Greek)
25 terms
Pre-AP English - Greek Roots
bio
chrono
dem
ethno
life
time
people
nation
bio
life
chrono
time
12 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 1 English Vocabulary
Cogent
Exigent
Assay
Instransigent
strong to the point; convincing
urgent; pressing
to test; to analyze
refusing to compromise
Cogent
strong to the point; convincing
Exigent
urgent; pressing
9 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 19 English Vocabulary
Ludicrous
Allude
Collusion
Derisive
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
to mention without going into detail
a secret agreement for wrong or unlawful purposes
treating with ridicule; scornful
Ludicrous
so unbelievable as to seem ridiculous
Allude
to mention without going into detail
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 15 English Vocabulary
Magniloquent
Loquacious
Circumlocution
Colloquy
high-flown and elevated in speech
very talkative
roundabout or overly long way of saying something
formal conversation or dialogue
Magniloquent
high-flown and elevated in speech
Loquacious
very talkative
12 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 6 English Vocabulary
Moratorium
Demure
Demur
Extemporaneous
a formal delay; a suspension
modest and shy
to express unwillingness to do something; to object
done without planning; improvised
Moratorium
a formal delay; a suspension
Demure
modest and shy
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 11 English Vocabulary
Sinecure
Incurious
Procure
Internecine
a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring work;…
not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
to get with some effort
causing many deaths on all sides of a conflict
Sinecure
a job that brings a salary or reward without requiring work;…
Incurious
not inclined to seek knowledge; idle
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 21 English Vocabulary
Insatiable
Satiety
Asset
Plenary
never satisfied of full; always desiring more
condition of being too full or too satisfied
something of value; a resource
full or complete
Insatiable
never satisfied of full; always desiring more
Satiety
condition of being too full or too satisfied
20 terms
Vocabulary/Greek & Latin Roots - English Lesson 5
Agitation (v)
Aloof (adj)
Apparition (n)
Benefactor (n)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement; th…
cool or distant in relationships with others; indifferent
a ghost: a phantom: an appearance seen suddenly
a person who was given help; a patron
Agitation (v)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or excitement; th…
Aloof (adj)
cool or distant in relationships with others; indifferent
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 17 English Vocabulary
Synopsis
Myopic
Adumbrate
Umbrage
a short outline or review of main points
nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
to briefly outline or describe
anger caused by an insult or slight
Synopsis
a short outline or review of main points
Myopic
nearsighted; lacking vision or foresight
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 8 English Vocabulary
Discursive
Concur
Succor
Obsequious
wandering from one topic to another
to agree in an opinion or decision
badly needed help; aid
too willing to serve or obey
Discursive
wandering from one topic to another
Concur
to agree in an opinion or decision
14 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 18 English Vocabulary
Dour
Obdurate
Duress
Flux
gloomy and stern
wickedly stubborn; obstinate
the use of force or threats to make someone act
continuous change; instability
Dour
gloomy and stern
Obdurate
wickedly stubborn; obstinate
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 20 English Vocabulary
Stringent
Stricture
Prestige
Constrain
tightly limiting; severe
a limit or restraint
recognition or respect from others
to hold in or keep back by force; confine
Stringent
tightly limiting; severe
Stricture
a limit or restraint
13 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 13 English Vocabulary
Capitulate
Recapitulate
Caprice
Precipitate
to yield; to surrender
to summarize briefly
sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
to cause something to happen immediately; to speed up
Capitulate
to yield; to surrender
Recapitulate
to summarize briefly
12 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 7 English Vocabulary
Psyche
Psychosomatic
Psychotic
Pusillanimous
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
having severe mental illness to the point of disconnection
timid or cowardly; not brave
Psyche
the mind, especially as the center of a person's being
Psychosomatic
having an effect on the body, but mental or emotional in origin
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 9 English Vocabulary
Judicious
Adjudicate
Amoral
Mores
having or showing good judgement
to settle a dispute or argument
not concerned about morality
attitudes and behaviors that are so firmly fixed that they ar…
Judicious
having or showing good judgement
Adjudicate
to settle a dispute or argument
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 12 English Vocabulary
Subjugate
Conjugal
Contiguous
Contingent
to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
of or related to marriage
touching on one side; sharing a border or borders
possible, conditional
Subjugate
to bring under control; to conquer or subdue
Conjugal
of or related to marriage
15 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 14 English Vocabulary
LOC
Locus
In lieu of
Allocate
place
specific place; especially, the center of an activity or event
in place of
to set aside for a special purpose
LOC
place
Locus
specific place; especially, the center of an activity or event
11 terms
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
22 terms
English 300 Vocabulary Greek roots Unit 8
morph
peri
metamorphosis
anthropomorphic
form
around, about, near, enclosing
change of form
attributing human form or characteristics to beings not human…
morph
form
peri
around, about, near, enclosing
71 terms
English: Vocabulary Words: Greek Roots (5-10)
eu
eugenics
eulogize
eupepsia
good, well, advantageous
science dealing with improving hereditary qualities
write or speak in praise of someone
good digestion
eu
good, well, advantageous
eugenics
science dealing with improving hereditary qualities
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots: Unit 16 English Vocabulary
Vociferous
Avocation
Vocation
Univocal
loud and noisy in making one's feelings known
something for pleasure; hobby
profession; trade
having a single, clear meaning
Vociferous
loud and noisy in making one's feelings known
Avocation
something for pleasure; hobby
19 terms
English Vocabulary and Greek & Latin Roots - Lesson 7
Carnivorous (adj)
Centrifugal (adj)
Fauna (n)
Flora (n)
flesh-eating
moving away from a center or axis
animals collectively, especially those of a particular region…
plant collectively, especially plants of a particular region…
Carnivorous (adj)
flesh-eating
Centrifugal (adj)
moving away from a center or axis
25 terms
Greek: English Words with Greek Roots
arch
architect:
monarch:
architecture:
chief, first, rule
a person who designs buildings
a ruler of a kingdom or empire, such as a king or queen
the design and construction of buildings
arch
chief, first, rule
architect:
a person who designs buildings
20 terms
English: Vocabulary and Greek/ Latin Roots -Lesson 4
Citadel (n)
Defile (v)
Emissary (n)
Entice (v)
a fortress overlooking a city; a stronghold; a... place of forti…
to make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a... reputation
a person sent on a mission to represent... another's interest; a…
to attract; to tempt; to lure
Citadel (n)
a fortress overlooking a city; a stronghold; a... place of forti…
Defile (v)
to make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a... reputation
20 terms
English Vocabulary and Greek & Latin Roots - Lesson 8
Attribute (v)
Bizzare (adj)
Horde (n)
Humanitarian (adj)
to think of as belonging to or coming from a particular perso…
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
a crowd; a swarm; a wandering group or tribe; (v) to swarm or…
concerned with human welfare; (n) a person devoted to helping…
Attribute (v)
to think of as belonging to or coming from a particular perso…
Bizzare (adj)
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
30 terms
English 8 Greek/Latin Roots Vocabulary
Trilogy
Trisect
Triumvirate
Quartet
a group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
To divide into three parts
a group of three, especially an authority
a musical composition for four voices or instruments
Trilogy
a group of three literary or musical works that have a relate…
Trisect
To divide into three parts
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