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17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Unit 11
vet
veteran
inveterate
freq
old
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
frequent, numerous
vet
old
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
Unit 11 Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots
militant
militarize
associate
socialize
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
to prepare for war
to link; to group together
to join in group activities
militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
militarize
to prepare for war
10 terms
Greek & Latin roots - Unit 11
monologue (n.)
monotone (n.)
monotonous (adj.)
unison (n.)
a speech given by a performer, character in story, movie, pla…
talking in one tone of voice
used to describe something that is boring because it's always…
act of doing something together at the same time
monologue (n.)
a speech given by a performer, character in story, movie, pla…
monotone (n.)
talking in one tone of voice
12 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 11
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
Breaking of a legal oath
To swear off; renounce
To bring forth, especially through words
Being most evident or apparent
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath
Abjure
To swear off; renounce
Unit 11 Latin/Greek Root Vocabulary Words
militant
militarize
associate
socialize
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
to prepare for war
to link; to group together
to join in group activities
militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
militarize
to prepare for war
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 11
veteran
frequent
infrequent
annals
someone very experienced in something; expert
to visit often or repeatedly
not occurring often
a record of something; a history
veteran
someone very experienced in something; expert
frequent
to visit often or repeatedly
10 terms
Greek/Latin Unit 11 Vocabulary
drom
cur/curs
palindrome
syndrome
run
to run
a word or phrase that reads the same whether it runs forward…
a group of related things that go together to form a pattern,…
drom
run
cur/curs
to run
15 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary Unit 11
Ad
Ad hoc
Admonish
Assimilate
"to" or "toward"
For a specific purpose or situation
1. To scold gently but firmly ... 2. To caution; to warn
1. To take in and make a part of the body; to digest... 2. To ca…
Ad
"to" or "toward"
Ad hoc
For a specific purpose or situation
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 11
veteran
inveterate
frequent
infrequent
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
to visit often or repeatedly
not occurring often ("once in a blue moon")
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
inveterate
having done something for a long time; habitual
16 terms
PCHS Greek & Latin Roots/Vocabulary Unit 11
JUR
perjury
abjure
conjure
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
n. Breaking of a legal oath
v. To swear off; renounce
v. To bring forth, especially through words
JUR
Latin JURARE, "to swear, to vow"; IUS, IURIS, "law"
perjury
n. Breaking of a legal oath
12 terms
Greek/Latin Vocab Unit 11
militant
militarize
associate
socialize
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
to prepare for war
to link; to group together
to join in group activities
militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
militarize
to prepare for war
10 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin Root Words
monologue
monotone
monotonous
unison
a long speech said by one character in a story, movie, or pla…
a way of talking or singing with only one tone in your voice
a describing word that means boring because the activity is a…
singing or saying something together at one time
monologue
a long speech said by one character in a story, movie, or pla…
monotone
a way of talking or singing with only one tone in your voice
10 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin
chronic
chronicle
chronological
chronometer
Constant; Continuing for a long time
a description of events in the order that things happened
arranged in order of time
a watch or clock that measures time precisely
chronic
Constant; Continuing for a long time
chronicle
a description of events in the order that things happened
19 terms
Latin & Greek Roots Unit 11-15
Asocial
Compute
Descriptive
Symbolize
Describes one who is not social, withdrawn... not enjoying or se…
to calculate; to estimate... To figure out an amount or number
giving details about; illustrating; explaining
Represent or identify by using a symbol... to represent, express…
Asocial
Describes one who is not social, withdrawn... not enjoying or se…
Compute
to calculate; to estimate... To figure out an amount or number
11 terms
Unit 11 Vocabulary Latin and Greek Words
magnus
mega
mikros
minus
Definition: large, great... Example: magnificent, magnify
Definition: large great... Example: megaphone, megalomania
Definition: small... Example: microscope, microfilm
Definition: smaller... Example: diminish, minor
magnus
Definition: large, great... Example: magnificent, magnify
mega
Definition: large great... Example: megaphone, megalomania
17 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots - Unit 11
confide
credence
credible
credulity
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
n. Trust or believe
adj. Able to be trusted in or believed
n. Tendency to believe things too quickly or easily
confide
v. To trust (another) with information or a secret
credence
n. Trust or believe
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Unit 11
perjury
abjure
conjure
predominant
(n.) breaking of a legal oath
(v.) to swear off; to renounce
(v.) to bring forth, especially through words
(adj.) being most evident or apparent
perjury
(n.) breaking of a legal oath
abjure
(v.) to swear off; to renounce
50 terms
Greek/ Latin Roots Unit 11-21
act
frac, frag, rupt
simil
tens
to do , make
to break
to resemble
to stretch
act
to do , make
frac, frag, rupt
to break
17 terms
Vocabulary from Greek & Latin Roots (IV) Unit 11
FID
FALL
CRED
DUB
to trust, believe
to deceive
to trust, believe
doubtful
FID
to trust, believe
FALL
to deceive
12 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Unit 11
perjury
abjure
conjure
predominant
(n.) breaking of a legal oath
(v.) to swear off; to renounce
(v.) to bring forth, especially through words
(adj.) being most evident or apparent
perjury
(n.) breaking of a legal oath
abjure
(v.) to swear off; to renounce
10 terms
Unit 11 Latin and Greek roots
monologue
monotone
monotonous
unison
a speech given by a performer
talking in 1 tone - dull voice never goes higher or lower
same thing over and over, BORING
saying or singing all together at the same time
monologue
a speech given by a performer
monotone
talking in 1 tone - dull voice never goes higher or lower
10 terms
Unit 11 Greek/Latin Roots and Affixes chron, -arium, -orium, -ment
chronic
chronicle
chronological
chronometer
continuing or occurring again and again for a long time; happ…
a description of events in the order they happened
arranged in the order that things happened or came to be; usi…
a watch or clock that measures time precisely
chronic
continuing or occurring again and again for a long time; happ…
chronicle
a description of events in the order they happened
9 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin
nau
lun
sol
cred
ship
moon
sun
to believe
nau
ship
lun
moon
14 terms
Vocabulary from Latin & Greek Roots unit 11
MILITA
militant
militarize
SOC
"to be a soldier"
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
to prepare for war
"ally, friend, comrade"
MILITA
"to be a soldier"
militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
9 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin
nau-
lun-
sol-
cred-
ship
moon
sun
to believe
nau-
ship
lun-
moon
9 terms
Greek and Latin Unit 11
nau
lun
sol
cred
ship
moon
sun
to believe
nau
ship
lun
moon
11 terms
Latin & Greek Vocabulary: Unit 11
assertation
exertion
dissertation
disconcert
something declared or stated positively.
the use of power and of strength.
a formal and long paper, written for a degree at a university…
to upset and confuse
assertation
something declared or stated positively.
exertion
the use of power and of strength.
13 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary unit 11
Diffident
fidelity
confide
fallacy
shy, not assertive
faithfulness, loyalty
to trust with a secret
misleading mistake or idea
Diffident
shy, not assertive
fidelity
faithfulness, loyalty
16 terms
Greek and Latin Vocabulary: Unit 11
Jur
Domin
Crat/Crac
Leg
Latin: "to swear, to vow"
Latin: "To rule, to dominate"
Greek: "to rule"
Latin: "law"
Jur
Latin: "to swear, to vow"
Domin
Latin: "To rule, to dominate"
16 terms
Greek and Latin: Unit 11 Vocabulary
Jur (Latin)
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
"To swear, to vow" "law"
Breaking of a legal oath
To swear off; renounce
To bring forth, especially through words
Jur (Latin)
"To swear, to vow" "law"
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath
16 terms
Latin/Greek roots unit 11 vocabulary
vet
veteran
inveterate
freq
"old"
Someone very experienced in something; expert
Having done something for a long time; habitual
"frequent, numerous"
vet
"old"
veteran
Someone very experienced in something; expert
20 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin Root Words
lun
lunatic
cred
discrediable
moon
a crazy person
to believe
something that can be shown to be unbelievable
lun
moon
lunatic
a crazy person
10 terms
Greek Latin unit 11
Monolouge
Monotone
Monotonous
Unison
Long speech given by a character.
A way of talking or singing without raising or lowering your…
Used to describe something that is boring ; it is always the…
Act of saying or singing something together at the same time…
Monolouge
Long speech given by a character.
Monotone
A way of talking or singing without raising or lowering your…
16 terms
Latin & Greek Unit 11
JUR
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
to swear, to vow; law
Breaking of a legal oath... Synonyms: dishonesty... Antonyms: fidel…
To swear off; renounce... Synonyms: renounce... Antonyms: endorse
To bring forth, especially through words... Synonyms: evoke
JUR
to swear, to vow; law
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath... Synonyms: dishonesty... Antonyms: fidel…
10 terms
6th Greek/Latin II Roots Unit 11
cor, cordis
dorsum
athlon
agon
heart
back
prize, award
contest, struggle
cor, cordis
heart
dorsum
back
9 terms
Vocabulary Latin and Greek Roots Unit 11
militant
militarize
associate
socialize
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
to prepare for war
to link; to group together
to join in group activities
militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly devoted
militarize
to prepare for war
20 terms
Greek/Latin Roots Unit 11
marine
marsh
maritime
aquamarine
relating to the sea
swamp
on or near the sea; relating to selling or trading on the sea
blue-green in color, like sea water; gemstone
marine
relating to the sea
marsh
swamp
11 terms
Latin and Greek Vocabulary: Unit 11
assertion
exertion
dissertation
disconcert
n. something declared or stated positively
n. the use of power and of strength
n. a formal and long paper, written for a degree at a univers…
v. to upset and confuse
assertion
n. something declared or stated positively
exertion
n. the use of power and of strength
16 terms
Latin and Greek roots, unit 11
jur
perjury
abjure
conjure
to swear, to vow
breaking of a legal oath
to sear off; renounce
to bring forth, especially through words
jur
to swear, to vow
perjury
breaking of a legal oath
12 terms
Greek/Latin Vocab Unit 11 Sentences
militant
militarize
associate
socialize
A _____ supporter of a cause might protest outside a governme…
If a riot broke out in city streets, police would most likely…
Many people _____ music with relaxation.
I'd love to _____ with you all, but I have too much homework…
militant
A _____ supporter of a cause might protest outside a governme…
militarize
If a riot broke out in city streets, police would most likely…
Unit 11: Latin & Greek Roots
Militant
Militarize
Associate
Socialize
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly
to prepare for war
to link; to group together
to join in group activities
Militant
willing to fight for a belief or cause; strongly
Militarize
to prepare for war
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots: Unit 11
veteran
inveterate
frequent
infrequent
someone very experience in something; expert
having done something for a long time; habitual
to visit often or repeatedly
not occurring often ("once in a blue moon")
veteran
someone very experience in something; expert
inveterate
having done something for a long time; habitual
12 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 11
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
n. Breaking of a legal oath
v. to swear off, renounce
v. To bring forth, especially through words
adj. Being most evident or apparent
Perjury
n. Breaking of a legal oath
Abjure
v. to swear off, renounce
12 terms
Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Words Unit 11
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
Breaking of a legal oath
To swear off, renounce
To bring forth, especially through words
Being most evident or apparent
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath
Abjure
To swear off, renounce
9 terms
Unit 11 Greek & Latin Roots
CYCL
CYCLE
CYCLONE
SOL
circular
a complete set or series
a system of winds rotating inward to an area
sun
CYCL
circular
CYCLE
a complete set or series
12 terms
Greek and Latin Vocab. Unit 11
Perjury
Abjure
Conjure
Predominant
Breaking of a legal oath; deception; falsification
To swear off; renounce; recant or withdraw
To bring forth, especially through words; ask; summon
Being most evident or apparent; absolute; overpowering
Perjury
Breaking of a legal oath; deception; falsification
Abjure
To swear off; renounce; recant or withdraw
11 terms
Latin and Greek Unit 11
Assertion
Exertion
Dissertation
Disconcert
Something declared or stated positively
The use of power and of strength
A formal and long paper, written for a degree at a university…
To upset and confuse
Assertion
Something declared or stated positively
Exertion
The use of power and of strength
10 terms
Unit 11 Greek and Latin
Monologue
Monotone
Monotonous
Unison
A long speech given by a character in a story, movie, play, e…
A way of talking or singing without raising or lowering the s…
Used to describe something that is boring because it is alway…
The act of saying or singing something together T the same ti…
Monologue
A long speech given by a character in a story, movie, play, e…
Monotone
A way of talking or singing without raising or lowering the s…
25 terms
Greek and Latin Unit 11
i
jus
lum
ann
plural
law
light
year
i
plural
jus
law
17 terms
Greek and Latin:: Unit 11
veteran
inveterate
frequent
infrequent
someone very experienced in something; expert
having don't something for a long time; habitual
to visit often or repeatedly
not occurring often
veteran
someone very experienced in something; expert
inveterate
having don't something for a long time; habitual
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