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30 terms
English Etymology Suffixes
able, ible
ac, ic
acious, icious
al
capable of
like, pertaining to
full of
pertaining to
able, ible
capable of
ac, ic
like, pertaining to
English vocabulary #2 etymology
Pragmatic
Boisterous
Brazen
Intrepid
Greek: pragmatikos
Middle English: boistus
Old English: brasen
Latin: intrepidus
Pragmatic
Greek: pragmatikos
Boisterous
Middle English: boistus
144 terms
English 2 Vocabulary and Etymology
Abdicate
Hapless
Moribund
Peripatetic
Verb... To formally give up a position of responsibility; common…
Adjective... Unlucky, unfortunate, or inauspicious.
Adjective... Nearly dead. Having lost all sense of purpose or vi…
Adjective... Traveling from place to place, especially working i…
Abdicate
Verb... To formally give up a position of responsibility; common…
Hapless
Adjective... Unlucky, unfortunate, or inauspicious.
Etymology Suffixes Week 2
mania
maniac
maniacal, maniac, manic
phobia
madness for, excessive fondness for
one who has madness for
affected with madness for
dread of; morbid fear of
mania
madness for, excessive fondness for
maniac
one who has madness for
25 terms
English 11H Etymology Suffixes
able, ible
ac, ic
al
acious, icious
capable of
like, pertaining to
pertaining to
full of
able, ible
capable of
ac, ic
like, pertaining to
10 terms
English 2: Etymology Vocabulary #2
scrib, scrip
pathy, pas, pat
cap, cip, ceipt, cept, ceiv, ceit
gen
write
feelings/suffering
take
birth, cause, race
scrib, scrip
write
pathy, pas, pat
feelings/suffering
14 terms
Etymology - Lesson 2 (Suffix)
-al
-ase
-asia
-ema
pertaining to, located in
forms names of enzymes
state, condition
state, condition
-al
pertaining to, located in
-ase
forms names of enzymes
10 terms
English 2: Etymology Vocabulary #4
port
lud, lus
mega, megalo
tract
carry
play
great, million
drag, draw
port
carry
lud, lus
play
10 terms
English 2: Etymology Vocabulary #3
val, vail
vid, vis
pon, pos
form, morph
value, strength
see
put, place
shape
val, vail
value, strength
vid, vis
see
10 terms
English 2: Etymology Vocabulary #1
loc, log, loq
sens, sent
nom, noun, nown, nam, nym
cla, clo, clu
words, speech
feel, sense
name, order, rules
shut, close
loc, log, loq
words, speech
sens, sent
feel, sense
15 terms
Ch. 2 Etymology Suffixes
-al
-ase
-asia, -asis
-ema,
pertaining to, located in
forms name of enzymes
state, condition
state, condition
-al
pertaining to, located in
-ase
forms name of enzymes
15 terms
Etymology Suffixes #2
-al
-ase
-asia... -asis
-ema
pertaining to, located in
forms names of enzymes
state or condition
state or condition... combining form is -emat-
-al
pertaining to, located in
-ase
forms names of enzymes
18 terms
etymology test 2 suffixes
-ectasis
-ectomy
-gen
-genesis
enlargement
surgical excision
substance that produces
formation/origin
-ectasis
enlargement
-ectomy
surgical excision
18 terms
Etymology #2: Suffixes
(Clayma)-tion
(Govern)-ment
(Rac)-ist
(Zoroastrian)-ism
Act or state of {noun}
Quality {noun}
One who {noun}
State or doctrine of {noun}
(Clayma)-tion
Act or state of {noun}
(Govern)-ment
Quality {noun}
18 terms
Etymology suffix list 2
-tion
-ment
-ist
-ism
Act or state of (noun)
Quality (noun)
One who (noun)
State or doctrine (noun)
-tion
Act or state of (noun)
-ment
Quality (noun)
22 terms
Etymology #2 Prefixes and Suffixes
Gno, gnos
Phon
Graph, gram
An
know
sound
write; describe
without; not
Gno, gnos
know
Phon
sound
6 terms
Etymology Unit 2 Suffixes
Mania
Maniac
Maniacal, manic
Phobia
Madness for; excessive fondness for...
One who has a madness for
Affected with madness for
Dread of; morbid fear of...
Mania
Madness for; excessive fondness for...
Maniac
One who has a madness for
40 terms
(English) Vocabulary (Etymology: Set 2)
chron
synchronize
anachronism
chronic
time
(v): to cause to occur at the same time
(n): something that exists out of its proper chronological or…
(adj): occurring over a long period of time or with frequent…
chron
time
synchronize
(v): to cause to occur at the same time
26 terms
English 1/2 Etymology List #2 (arch)
arch
mon, mono
matr
patr
first, ancient, chief or ruler of government
one
mother
father
arch
first, ancient, chief or ruler of government
mon, mono
one
20 terms
English 1/2 Etymology List #1 (anthrop)
anthrop, anthropo
phil
mis
logy
man, mankind
love
hate
study of
anthrop, anthropo
man, mankind
phil
love
17 terms
Etymology List 2 Prefixes and Suffixes
gno, gnos
phon
graph, gram
Prefix: an-
know
sound
write; describe
without
gno, gnos
know
phon
sound
33 terms
Etymology: Latin 5 (suffixes 2)
aceous
acious
al
an(e)
pertaining to, having the character of
pertaining to, having the character of
pertaining to, having the character of
pertaining to, having the character of
aceous
pertaining to, having the character of
acious
pertaining to, having the character of
22 terms
English 3/4 Etymology List #2 (act)
act, ag, ig
de
lit
nav
do, drive, carry on, move
do the opposite of
law
ship
act, ag, ig
do, drive, carry on, move
de
do the opposite of
10 terms
AP English 11: Etymology-Vocabulary #2
brev
firm
cur, cours
app
short, brief
to make firm, strengthen
run, go
to come forth, be visible
brev
short, brief
firm
to make firm, strengthen
38 terms
Etymology List #2 w/ Suffixes
tion
ment
ist
ism
Act or state of
Quality
One who
State or doctrine of
tion
Act or state of
ment
Quality
English 2- Etymology 2
Cosm
Sci
Gratis
Junct
GREEK root meaning "ornament" and "order"
LATIN verb scire meaning by "to know" and "to understand"
Without charge; free
From the LATIN verb jungere, means "to join"
Cosm
GREEK root meaning "ornament" and "order"
Sci
LATIN verb scire meaning by "to know" and "to understand"
18 terms
Etymology prefixes and suffixes part 2
Acy
Al
Ance, ancy
Ation
Indicating quality, state
Indicating action
Indicating action or state
Indicating result
Acy
Indicating quality, state
Al
Indicating action
23 terms
Etymology Lecture 2: Pertaining to Suffixes
-ac
-al
-an
-ar
heart
kidney
ovary
lower back
-ac
heart
-al
kidney
28 terms
Honors English II Vocabulary and Etymologies Unit 2
Adriot
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Adj; skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Adj; peaceable, friendly
Adj; having a deep-seated distance; opposed, unwilling
Adj & n; given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive
Adriot
Adj; skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Amicable
Adj; peaceable, friendly
Etymology Book 2-Prefixes/Suffixes
an-
ant-, anti-
ex-
in-
not, without
against, opposite
out,away,from
not, in, into
an-
not, without
ant-, anti-
against, opposite
10 terms
English 2: Etymology #5
jung, junct, jug
mon, monit
volv, volut
stru, struct
join
warn
turn
build
jung, junct, jug
join
mon, monit
warn
23 terms
English Vocab and Etymology #2
Eccentric
Eccentric etymology
Redundant
Redundant etymology
Strange, out there
Ek Kentron , Latin for out of center
Superfluous
Latin redundare meaning surging up
Eccentric
Strange, out there
Eccentric etymology
Ek Kentron , Latin for out of center
28 terms
Honors English II Vocabulary and Etymologies Unit 2
Adriot
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
Adj; skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Adj; peaceable, friendly
Adj; having a deep-seated distance; opposed, unwilling
Adj & n; given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive
Adriot
Adj; skillful, expert in the use of hands or mind
Amicable
Adj; peaceable, friendly
English 2-Etymology 1
Voc/vok
Phon
Colossus
Cur
From the Latin noun vox, and the verb vocare, has to do with…
Greek root meaning "sound," "voice," or "speech"
A gigantic statue; a person or thing that resembles such a st…
From the Latin verb curare, means "care for"
Voc/vok
From the Latin noun vox, and the verb vocare, has to do with…
Phon
Greek root meaning "sound," "voice," or "speech"
12 terms
English Etymology 1.2
ana-
meta-
proto-
anim
up, back, against
across, beyond
first
life, soul
ana-
up, back, against
meta-
across, beyond
13 terms
english vocabulary etymologies 2/29/16
temperance root
temperance prefix
temperance suffix
histrionic root
temperare: latin, to mix correctly, moderate, regulate... tempus…
some words use temp- for time, temper- heat
-ance, -ence: indicating action, state, condition, quality
historia: a narrative account, a tale, a story... histrio: actor
temperance root
temperare: latin, to mix correctly, moderate, regulate... tempus…
temperance prefix
some words use temp- for time, temper- heat
20 terms
Etymology Vocabulary List #2
adversary
indifferent
advocate
inference
opponent; enemy
unmoved or unconcerned by; neither good nor bad; characterize…
urge; speak in favor of; support; recommend
deduction; conclusion
adversary
opponent; enemy
indifferent
unmoved or unconcerned by; neither good nor bad; characterize…
75 terms
English Finals Vocabulary Semester 2 (No Etymologies)
agnostic
nepotism
enigmatic
blatant
one who believes it impossible to know whether or not God exi…
favoritism to relatives in giving jobs and offices
puzzling, mysterious,
completely obvious, often offensive
agnostic
one who believes it impossible to know whether or not God exi…
nepotism
favoritism to relatives in giving jobs and offices
18 terms
Vocabulary List 2 Etymology
Cred
Pre
Dict
Com
To believe
Before
To speak
Together
Cred
To believe
Pre
Before
75 terms
English Finals Vocabulary Semester 2 (No Etymologies)
agnostic
nepotism
enigmatic
blatant
one who believes it impossible to know whether or not God exi…
favoritism to relatives in giving jobs and offices
puzzling, mysterious,
completely obvious, often offensive
agnostic
one who believes it impossible to know whether or not God exi…
nepotism
favoritism to relatives in giving jobs and offices
9 terms
English lesson 2 Etymology
Anodyne
Anesthesia
Anarchy
Achromatic
An-Odyne (pain)
An+aisthesis (Feeling)
An+archos (Ruler)
A+chrome (color)
Anodyne
An-Odyne (pain)
Anesthesia
An+aisthesis (Feeling)
14 terms
Etymology Vocabulary 2
anachronism
geochronology
synchronous
chronothermal
something out of place or time
study of the ages of geologic events
occurring at the same time
relating to both time and temperature
anachronism
something out of place or time
geochronology
study of the ages of geologic events
22 terms
Etymology Vocabulary List 2
gno, gnos
phon
graph, gram
an-
know
sound
write; describe
without; not
gno, gnos
know
phon
sound
21 terms
English Etymology Vocab 2
Anxiety
Blotter*
Confections (confectionery)
Erratic*
to feel nervous
piece of paper to absorb ink on a surface; protect a desktop
a dish made of many sweet ingredients
unpredictable
Anxiety
to feel nervous
Blotter*
piece of paper to absorb ink on a surface; protect a desktop
20 terms
Etymology: Word List 2 Bases & Suffixes
-tyrann- (greek)
-reg- (latin)
-hipp- (greek)
-equ- (latin)
king
king
horse
horse
-tyrann- (greek)
king
-reg- (latin)
king
11 terms
etymology list 2 (prefixes, roots, suffixes)
Gno/ gnos
Phon
Graph/ gram
An
know
sound
write; describe
without; not
Gno/ gnos
know
Phon
sound
45 terms
English etymology week 2
Ob
Oct
Olig
Omni
Against
Eight
Few
All
Ob
Against
Oct
Eight
19 terms
etymology #2 // English 9h
retro
circum
extra
intra, intro
backward
around
beyond,outside
between, among, within
retro
backward
circum
around
10 terms
English Etymology Week 2
Benevolent
Gregarious
Anachronism
Colloquial
Kind and well-meaning.
A person who is fond of company; sociable.
A thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that…
Informal language used in casual conversation.
Benevolent
Kind and well-meaning.
Gregarious
A person who is fond of company; sociable.
20 terms
English Etymology 2
bar/o
bell/i
bene
bi/n
pressure, weight
war
good, well
two, twice, one in every two
bar/o
pressure, weight
bell/i
war
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