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Vocabulary from Classical Roots 8
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
To cook (root)
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2. To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
To cook (root)
Concoct
1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2. To invent or devise
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots #8
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
To mix ingredients
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development
Meat-eating
Concoct
To mix ingredients
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in a few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 8
first <L
premier
primate
prime
primus <L
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
(n) 1. an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others…
(n) first in rank, excellence, quality, importance or time; (…
first <L
primus <L
premier
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
Vocabulary from Classic Roots - 8
concoct
Coquo
cuisine
precocious
1) to mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2) to invent or devise
to cook
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early developments, especially mentally
concoct
1) to mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2) to invent or devise
Coquo
to cook
13 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
primus... (<L.)
premier... (adjective)
premier... (noun)
primate... (noun)
Latin: first
(adj.) First in time or importance.
(n.) A prime minister or head of state.
(n.) 1- An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among other…
primus... (<L.)
Latin: first
premier... (adjective)
(adj.) First in time or importance.
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B - Lesson 8
SUPER
superlative
superfluous
CAEDO, CAEDERE, CECIDI, CAESUM
L. above
The highest; above the rest.
Beyond what is required; extra.
L. to cut
SUPER
L. above
superlative
The highest; above the rest.
19 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 7 & 8
Antebellum
Antecedent
Anterior
Avant-Garde
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
preceding in time or order
coming before in position or time
Ahead of the times, especially in the arts
Antebellum
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
Antecedent
preceding in time or order
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lessons 7 and 8
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
Harsh; rough.
1. To exist in great quantities or numbers.... 2. To be fully su…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself.
To detest thoroughly.
abrasive
Harsh; rough.
abound
1. To exist in great quantities or numbers.... 2. To be fully su…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
PRIMUS
premier
premier
premiere
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
first in time or importance
a prime minister or head of state
the first public performance of a show (play, ballet, opera,…
PRIMUS
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
premier
first in time or importance
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lessons 7 & 8
Abrasive
Abound
Abscond
Abhor
Harsh; rough
To exist in great quantities or numbers
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
Abrasive
Harsh; rough
Abound
To exist in great quantities or numbers
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 8
Aquatic
Aquamarine
Aquaculture
Mediterranean
Living in, or having to do with, water.
A bluish-green color.
The science of raising plants and animals in water.
A large sea between two continents, southern Europe and north…
Aquatic
Living in, or having to do with, water.
Aquamarine
A bluish-green color.
vocabulary from classical roots D lesson 8
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum (root)
acclamation
clamor
declaim
latin "to cry out, to shout"
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
n. a loud outcry, especially in protest. intr. v.to insist or…
tr.v. and intr. v. to speak loudly or passionately
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatum (root)
latin "to cry out, to shout"
acclamation
n. 1. applause; enthusiastic approval. 2.an oral vote, especi…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
primus inter pares... the first among equ…
PRIMUS
premier
premier
BONUS: What is a Latin phrase that you could use if you finis…
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
first in time or importance
a prime minister or head of state
primus inter pares... the first among equ…
BONUS: What is a Latin phrase that you could use if you finis…
PRIMUS
Latin root(s) meaning "first"
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
PRIMUS
premier
primate
prime
Latin Root - "first"
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.... 2.…
1. First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.... 2…
PRIMUS
Latin Root - "first"
premier
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
16 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
premier (1)
premier (2)
premiere
primate
First in time or importance.
A prime minister or head of state.
the first public performance of a show (play, ballet, opera,…
An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
premier (1)
First in time or importance.
premier (2)
A prime minister or head of state.
56 terms
Vocabulary from classical Roots 7-8
Domus
Domicile
Domestic... Domestically... Domesticate
Major- domo
House
A home; residence
Related to the family or household. ... Tame; trained to live wi…
The chief Steward of a large house hold
Domus
House
Domicile
A home; residence
22 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
<Latin. "to cook"
To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... To invent or devise.
A characteristic style of cooking.
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct
To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... To invent or devise.
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
first in time or importance
a member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes,…
chief; most important
belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
first in time or importance
primate
a member of the order of animals that includes monkeys, apes,…
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots D Lesson 8
Acclamation
Clamor
Declaim
Forensic
Applause; enthusiastic approval
A loud outcry, especially in protest
To speak loudly or passionately
Referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rhetoric
Acclamation
Applause; enthusiastic approval
Clamor
A loud outcry, especially in protest
13 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots-A 8
primus... (<L.)
premier... (adjective)
premier... (noun)
primate... (noun)
Latin: first
(adj.) First in time or importance.
(n.) A prime minister or head of state.
(n.) 1- An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among other…
primus... (<L.)
Latin: first
premier... (adjective)
(adj.) First in time or importance.
39 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 7&8
fari
affable
ineffable
dico
root! to speak
easy to speak to; approachable; polite; friendly
beyond description; indescribable: not to be uttered; taboo
root! to say
fari
root! to speak
affable
easy to speak to; approachable; polite; friendly
21 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Lesson 7 and 8
abrasive
abound
abscond
abhor
Harsh; rough
To exist in great quantities or numbers, to be fully supplied…
To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
abrasive
Harsh; rough
abound
To exist in great quantities or numbers, to be fully supplied…
13 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (C) - Lessons 7 & 8 Roots
DOMUS
DOMINUS
DORMIO, DORMIRE, DORMIVI, DORMITUM
SOMNUS
(<L.) house
(<L.) head of household, lord, master
(<L.) to sleep
(<L.) sleep
DOMUS
(<L.) house
DOMINUS
(<L.) head of household, lord, master
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Lesson 8
Absolve
Analyze
Catalyst
Concise
To relieve of blame or obligation; to pardon a sin
To look at something carefully by attention to its parts
A force or person causing action, especially without being in…
Saying or writing much in few words.
Absolve
To relieve of blame or obligation; to pardon a sin
Analyze
To look at something carefully by attention to its parts
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C list 8
concoct
cuisine
precocious
carnivorous
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
meat-eating
concoct
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
cuisine
a characteristic style of cooking
8 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
premier
primate
prime
primeval
- first in time or importance... - a prime minister or head of s…
- an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others... - a…
- first in rank, excellence, quality importance, or time... - ch…
- belonging to the first ages; ancient
premier
- first in time or importance... - a prime minister or head of s…
primate
- an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others... - a…
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots Lsn 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
adj. the highest, above the rest
adj. beyond what is required, extra
adj. saying or writing much in few words
n. a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
adj. the highest, above the rest
superfluous
adj. beyond what is required, extra
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C list 8
concoct
cuisine
precocious
carnivorous
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
meat-eating
concoct
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
cuisine
a characteristic style of cooking
26 terms
Vocabulary from classical roots lessons 7 and 8
abrasive
abound
Abscond
Abhor
harsh, rough
1. to exist in great quantities ... 2. To be fully supplied or…
To leave quickly and secretly hide oneself
To detest thoroughly
abrasive
harsh, rough
abound
1. to exist in great quantities ... 2. To be fully supplied or…
22 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct [con = cum <Latin. "with"]... Co…
Cuisine
Precocious [pre = prae <Latin "before"…
<Latin. "to cook"
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
n. A characteristic style of cooking.
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct [con = cum <Latin. "with"]... Co…
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
43 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Lessons 7 and 8
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
tr. v. 1.To mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2.To invent or dev…
n. A characteristic style of cooking
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
adj. Meat-eating
Concoct
tr. v. 1.To mix ingredients, as in cooking... 2.To invent or dev…
Cuisine
n. A characteristic style of cooking
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C list 8
concoct
cuisine
precocious
carnivorous
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
a characteristic style of cooking
showing unusually early development, especially mentally
meat-eating
concoct
to mix ingredients, as in cooking,... to invent or devise
cuisine
a characteristic style of cooking
20 terms
vocabulary from classical roots D lesson 8
CLAMO, CLAMARE, CLAMAVI, CLAMATUM
acclamation
clamor
declaim
latin root meaning "to cry out, to shout"
1. (n) applause; enthusiastic approval. ... 2. (n) an oral vote,…
1. (n) a loud outcry, especially in protest.... 2. (v) to insist…
(v) to speak loudly or passionately
CLAMO, CLAMARE, CLAMAVI, CLAMATUM
latin root meaning "to cry out, to shout"
acclamation
1. (n) applause; enthusiastic approval. ... 2. (n) an oral vote,…
Vocabulary From Classical Roots 5 Lesson 8
Aquatic
Aquamarine
Aquaculture
Mediterranean
Living in, or having to do with, water.
A bluish-green color.
The science of raising plants and animals in water.
A large sea between two continents, southern Europe and north…
Aquatic
Living in, or having to do with, water.
Aquamarine
A bluish-green color.
Vocabulary from Classical Roots E Lesson 8
acerbic (adj.)
acrid (adj.)
exacerbate (v.)
acrimony (n.)
Sour or bitter in taste; ... Harsh or sharp in speech, manner, o…
Bitterly pungent or harsh in taste or smell; sharply stinging
To increase the severity of something; to intensify irritatio…
Bitter, sharp animosity, especially in behavior or speech
acerbic (adj.)
Sour or bitter in taste; ... Harsh or sharp in speech, manner, o…
acrid (adj.)
Bitterly pungent or harsh in taste or smell; sharply stinging
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in a few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
10 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 8
superlative
superfluous
concise
herbicide
the highest; above the rest
beyond what is required; extra
saying or writing much in a few words
a substance for killing plants, especially weeds
superlative
the highest; above the rest
superfluous
beyond what is required; extra
15 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots (D): Lesson 8
acclamation
clamor
declaim
forensic
n. 1. Applause; enthusiastic approval... 2. An oral vote, especi…
n. A loud outcry, especially in protest... intr. v. To insist or…
tr. & intr. v. To speak loudly or passionately
adj. Referring to legal proceedings or formal debate or rheto…
acclamation
n. 1. Applause; enthusiastic approval... 2. An oral vote, especi…
clamor
n. A loud outcry, especially in protest... intr. v. To insist or…
12 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A: Lesson 8
first
premier
primate
prime
primus
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
(n) 1. an archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others…
(n) first in rank, excellence, quality, importance or time; (…
first
primus
premier
(adj) first in time or importance;... (n) a prime minister or he…
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 7 & 8
Antebellum
Antecedent
Anterior
Avant-Garde
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
preceding in time or order
coming before in position or time
Ahead of the times, especially in the arts
Antebellum
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
Antecedent
preceding in time or order
8 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 8
Premier
Primate
Prime
Primeval
(Adjective) First in time or importance.
(Noun) An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
(Noun) First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.
(Adjective) Belonging to the first ages; ancient.
Premier
(Adjective) First in time or importance.
Primate
(Noun) An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.
22 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots C - Lesson 8
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
Concoct
Cuisine
Precocious [pre = prae <Latin "before"]
<Latin. "to cook"
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
n. A characteristic style of cooking.
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
<Latin. "to cook"
Concoct
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.... 2. To invent or…
27 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots: Lesson 8
clamo
acclamation
acclamation
clamor
<L. "to cry out," "to shout"
1. (n.) Applause; enthusiastic approval.... Ex.: Congressional…
1. (n.) An oral vote, especially an enthusiastic vote of appr…
1. (n.) A loud outcry, especially in protest.... Ex.: "Not in t…
clamo
<L. "to cry out," "to shout"
acclamation
1. (n.) Applause; enthusiastic approval.... Ex.: Congressional…
9 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
PRIMUS
premier
primate
prime
Latin Root - "first"
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
1. An archbishop or bishop who ranks highest among others.... 2.…
1. First in rank, excellence, quality, importance, or time.... 2…
PRIMUS
Latin Root - "first"
premier
1. First in time or importance.... 2. A prime minister or head o…
Vocabulary from Classical Roots A - Lesson 8
primus
premier
primate
prime
Latin; first
first in time or importance
archbishop who ranks highest
first in quality or importance
primus
Latin; first
premier
first in time or importance
19 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 7 & 8
Antebellum
Antecedent
Anterior
Avant-Garde
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
preceding in time or order
coming before in position or time
Ahead of the times, especially in the arts
Antebellum
belonging to a period before a war especially the American Ci…
Antecedent
preceding in time or order
Vocabulary from Classical Roots E Lesson 8
acerbic
acrid
exacerbate
acrimony
1. Sour or bitter in taste; 2. Harsh or sharp in speech, mann…
Bitterly pungent or harsh in taste or smell; sharply stinging
To increase the severity of something; to intensify irritatio…
Bitter, sharp animosity, especially in behavior or speech
acerbic
1. Sour or bitter in taste; 2. Harsh or sharp in speech, mann…
acrid
Bitterly pungent or harsh in taste or smell; sharply stinging
120 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Ch 1-8
alliteration
literal
literate
obliterate
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
1) In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a wo…
1) Able to read and write... 2) Knowledgeable; educated
To do away with completely; to wipe out; erase
alliteration
The occurrence of the same initial sound in several words in…
literal
1) In accordance with the explicit or primary meaning of a wo…
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 8
concoct
Cuisine
Precocious
Carnivorous
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
A characteristic style of cooking
Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
Meat-eating
concoct
#1: To mix ingredients, as in cooking... #2: To invent or devise
Cuisine
A characteristic style of cooking
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