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6 terms
Latin & Greek Roots 4
dorm(i)
ten, tin, tain
audi(o)
phob(ia)
to sleep
to hold, grasp, have
to hear, listen
fear of
dorm(i)
to sleep
ten, tin, tain
to hold, grasp, have
5 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 4
act
cycl
graph
mem
do
circle
write
recall
act
do
cycl
circle
20 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #4
act
activity
interaction
react
Latin root for do
Something you do
communication between two or more people or things
To do something or respond to an action
act
Latin root for do
activity
Something you do
Greek and Latin Roots List 4
ars
cognito
duco
jungo
art
to know
to lead
to join
ars
art
cognito
to know
15 terms
Greek/Latin roots (4)
cent/i
centr/o/i
cephal/o
cerebr/o
hundred, hundredth
center
head
brain
cent/i
hundred, hundredth
centr/o/i
center
17 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
sanct
dei/the
cast, chast
sanctum
holy
god
pure
a private place; a retreat
sanct
holy
dei/the
god
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
sanct
sanctum
sanctify
sanctions
holy
a private place; a retreat
to make holy
something that forces obedience with a law or rule
sanct
holy
sanctum
a private place; a retreat
36 terms
Latin Vocabulary 4 - Greek Roots
acr-
andr-
angi-
arthr-
extremity
man, male
vessels
joint
acr-
extremity
andr-
man, male
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots, Units 4
cycle
cyclical
cyclone
circumference
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
happening again and again in the same order
an extremely large, powerful and destructive storm with high…
the length of a line that goes around a circle or other round…
cycle
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
cyclical
happening again and again in the same order
8 terms
Greek/Latin Roots 4
ab
ambi
anthrop
bene
away, down, from, off
both
mankind
good, well
ab
away, down, from, off
ambi
both
10 terms
Greek/Latin Roots 4
soph
pan
spect
phobia
Wise
all (Ex. pan-American)
look
Fear
soph
Wise
pan
all (Ex. pan-American)
25 terms
Greek/Latin Roots #4
morph
vest
bene
pond
shape
clothes
good
weight
morph
shape
vest
clothes
10 terms
greek latin roots vocabulary #4
archae
chloro
form
peri
ancient
green
shape
around
archae
ancient
chloro
green
17 terms
Latin Greek Root Vocabulary #4
FLU
Affluent
Superfluous
Mellifluous
To flow
Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
Additional to what is necessary; extra
Sweetly flowing or sounding
FLU
To flow
Affluent
Wealthy and privileged; well-to-do
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #4
fact
fall
fid
flex
do
error
faith
bend
fact
do
fall
error
10 terms
Vocabulary 4 Greek and Latin Roots
man, manu
pend, pens
pon, pos
scrib, script
hand
hang
put
write
man, manu
hand
pend, pens
hang
15 terms
Greek & Latin Roots - 4
intra
inter
intro
circum
within
between
in, inward
around
intra
within
inter
between
10 terms
Greek & Latin Roots #4
fact
fall
fid
flex
do
error
faith
bend
fact
do
fall
error
20 terms
Greek and Latin Root Vocabulary #4
Hyperactive
Adj
Hyperbole
Noun
Showing excessive energy
Hyperactive
An exaggerated expression
Hyperbole
Hyperactive
Showing excessive energy
Adj
Hyperactive
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary #4
archae
chloro
form
peri
ancient
green
shape
around
archae
ancient
chloro
green
6 terms
Vocabulary #4- Greek and Latin Roots
VIA
Deviate
FERRE
Conference
"road, way, way through"
v; depart from an established course.
"To carry/bring, bring together, put"
n; a formal meeting for discussion
VIA
"road, way, way through"
Deviate
v; depart from an established course.
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 4
meta
meter
micro
mill
great
measure
small
thousand
meta
great
meter
measure
5 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 4
biblio
bio
brev
cad, cas
book
life
to shorten
to fall
biblio
book
bio
life
10 terms
Greek/Latin Roots 4
cycle
cyclical
cyclone
circumference
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
happening again and again in the same order; happening in cyc…
an extremely large, powerful, and destructive storm with very…
the length of a line that goes around a circle or other round…
cycle
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
cyclical
happening again and again in the same order; happening in cyc…
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Vocabulary 4
Form
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
Latin: "to form, to establish
Noun: untrue or wrong information
Verb: to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
Adjective: occurring at a time of most influence
Form
Latin: "to form, to establish
Misinformation
Noun: untrue or wrong information
17 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
sanct
dei/the
cast, chast
sanctum
holy
god
pure
a private place; a retreat
sanct
holy
dei/the
god
22 terms
Week 4 - Greek & Latin Root Words/Vocabulary
a faith or set of beliefs
In my life, I live by the Golden Rule,…
unwilling or unable to believe something
I was _____ when I saw a brand new Mer…
creed
creed
incredulous
incredulous
a faith or set of beliefs
creed
In my life, I live by the Golden Rule,…
creed
10 terms
Latin/Greek Roots #4
-ectomy, -tom, -sect... (Appendectomy, Lo…
ectop-... (Ectopic pregnancy)
edem-... (Lymphedema)
-emesis... (Hyperemesis)
Cut, Cut out ... Example terms mean--Cut out appendix, Cut out c…
Displaced ... Example terms mean--Displaced pregnancy (embryo im…
Swelling ... Example terms mean--Swelling of tissues due to the…
Vomiting ... Example terms mean--Excessive vomiting
-ectomy, -tom, -sect... (Appendectomy, Lo…
Cut, Cut out ... Example terms mean--Cut out appendix, Cut out c…
ectop-... (Ectopic pregnancy)
Displaced ... Example terms mean--Displaced pregnancy (embryo im…
16 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
FORM
Misinformation
Reform
Formative
LATIN... "to form, to establish"
noun... Untrue or wrong information
verb... To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adjective... Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
LATIN... "to form, to establish"
Misinformation
noun... Untrue or wrong information
15 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #4 Vocabulary
libertine
dictatorial
projectile
mediator
one who lives free of society's rules
bossy; ordering; Hitler-like
object hurled forward; ex: bullet, arm, pencil
one who settles differences between parties
libertine
one who lives free of society's rules
dictatorial
bossy; ordering; Hitler-like
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #4
bibl/biblio
circ/circum
crac/crat
arthr
book
around
rule/govern
segment, joint
bibl/biblio
book
circ/circum
around
11 terms
Greek & Latin Roots 4-6
cycl
circ/circum
centr/center
dict
circle
around
middle
say
cycl
circle
circ/circum
around
9 terms
(Quarter 4) Greek/Latin Roots
frater, fratris
mater, matri
pater, patris
nomen, nomins
brother
mother
father
name
frater, fratris
brother
mater, matri
mother
15 terms
Greek/Latin Roots (4)
cent/centi
centr/centro/centri
cephal/cephalo
cerebr/cerebro
hundred, hundredth
center
head
brain
cent/centi
hundred, hundredth
centr/centro/centri
center
18 terms
Latin and Greek Root Words Week 4
audio
audiologist
auditorium
cardio
Having to do with sound
Hearing specialist
A large room or hall where people gather to hear speakers or…
Heart
audio
Having to do with sound
audiologist
Hearing specialist
3 terms
Week 4: Greek and Latin Roots
chron, chrono
log, logue
astro
time
words
star
chron, chrono
time
log, logue
words
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots, Week 4
contradict
dictation
dictator
diction
To speak against; to say the opposite.
What is written down as someone says it.
A leader who speaks and rules with total power.
The manner in which something is expressed in words.
contradict
To speak against; to say the opposite.
dictation
What is written down as someone says it.
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin/Greek Roots Unit 4
Defer
Deference
Viaduct
Impervious
To put aside until later; to yield respectully
(n.) courteous yielding to the wishes and ideas of another pe…
bridge for conducting a road or railroad over a valley, river…
Unable to be affected
Defer
To put aside until later; to yield respectully
Deference
(n.) courteous yielding to the wishes and ideas of another pe…
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots List 4
ars
cognito
duco
jungo
art
know
lead
join
ars
art
cognito
know
16 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 4
Fall/Fals
Fin
Tempo
Voc
Deceive
End
Time
Call
Fall/Fals
Deceive
Fin
End
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #4
super
phon
hyper
tele
over, above
sound
over, beyond
distant
super
over, above
phon
sound
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots - 4
Peccare, peccatum
peccadillo
impeccable
peccant
(root) to sin, to be flawed
(n.) a small sin or fault
(adj.) having no flaws
(adj.) violating a moral law; sinful
Peccare, peccatum
(root) to sin, to be flawed
peccadillo
(n.) a small sin or fault
Greek and Latin Roots List 4
acr
cogn
clar
de
height
to know
clear
away, remove
acr
height
cogn
to know
10 terms
Greek and Latin Roots 4
syn
cess
cyclo
nova
with
go
circular
new
syn
with
cess
go
8 terms
Greek and Latin Roots #4
dis-
aud
-ible
-ence
apart, away
to hear
able to
state or condition of
dis-
apart, away
aud
to hear
15 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots Unit 4
viaduct
impervious
deviate
obviate
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
unable to be affected
to depart, especially from a path or plan
to make unnecessary; to avoid
viaduct
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
impervious
unable to be affected
10 terms
(Quarter 4) Greek and Latin Roots
solv, solut
volu, volut, volv
philia, phile
vent
set free, loosen
roll
love
to come
solv, solut
set free, loosen
volu, volut, volv
roll
13 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary Unit 4
cycl
circ/circum
centr/center
cycle
circle
around
middle
a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the…
cycl
circle
circ/circum
around
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Unit 4
Regal
Reign
Regicide
Convict
Of or like a king or queen
Authority; rule
The murder of a king
To find gulity
Regal
Of or like a king or queen
Reign
Authority; rule
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 4
FORM
misinformation
reform
formative
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
n. Untrue or wrong information
v. To bring back to rightness, order, or morality
adj. Occurring at the time of most influence
FORM
Latin FORM, "to form, to establish"
misinformation
n. Untrue or wrong information
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