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AP English Latin Prefixes
A, ab
Ad
Ante
Bi
Away,from
To
Before
Two
A, ab
Away,from
Ad
To
25 terms
Latin Prefixes / AP English Language
a
ab
ad
alter
away from
away from
toward
another
a
away from
ab
away from
15 terms
AP ENGLISH GREEK AND LATIN PREFIXES
a- an-
ad-
amphi-
ante-
without, not... ex: asexual
toward... ex:adher, adductor
round, both sides ... ex: amphitheater
before... Ex: antedate
a- an-
without, not... ex: asexual
ad-
toward... ex:adher, adductor
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AP English Vocabulary prefixes
bi-
com-, con-
de-, dis-
fore, pre-
two
together, with
lower, opposite
before, ahead of time
bi-
two
com-, con-
together, with
22 terms
English Latin Prefixes and Vocabulary
con
de
e
in
with,together
down,down from
out of
into,in,on,against,not
con
with,together
de
down,down from
40 terms
Latin and Greek Prefixes - AP 11 English
a (latin)
a (greek)
ab (latin)
ad (latin)
away from
not, no
away from
towards
a (latin)
away from
a (greek)
not, no
34 terms
prefixes
ex
intra/intro
super
anti
out... example: exit
within, into... example: introduce
over; above; on top... example: superior
against... example: anti-communism
ex
out... example: exit
intra/intro
within, into... example: introduce
8 terms
English: Latin Prefixes~ex- Vocabulary
ex-
extol
extraneous
exhaustive
prefix: out from, out of, off, away, away from, thoroughly
verb: to praise
adjective: unnecessary and extra
adjective: thoroughly, completely
ex-
prefix: out from, out of, off, away, away from, thoroughly
extol
verb: to praise
8 terms
English: Latin Prefixes~re- Vocabulary
re-
renege
repel
regurgitate
prefix: back, again, against, behind; can have both intensive…
verb: to take back, to go back on a promise
verb: to push away with force
verb: to repeat something back thoughtlessly; to throw up
re-
prefix: back, again, against, behind; can have both intensive…
renege
verb: to take back, to go back on a promise
8 terms
English: Latin Prefixes~sub- Vocabulary
sub-
subversive
subterfuge
submit
under, inferior, secondary, less than, in place of, secretly
adjective: causing a problem intentionally
noun: a deceptive plan to hide real intentions
verb: to turn in; to surrender, to give up
sub-
under, inferior, secondary, less than, in place of, secretly
subversive
adjective: causing a problem intentionally
30 terms
English Vocabulary and Latin Prefixes
Meticulous
Misgivings
Obscure
Ominous
To pay close attention to detail.
To have a feeling of doubt towards something.
To be uncertain or not well-known.
To give the impression that something bad will happen.
Meticulous
To pay close attention to detail.
Misgivings
To have a feeling of doubt towards something.
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English: Latin Prefixes~pro- Vocabulary
pro-
proclaim
proactive
pronounce
prefix: forth, for, forward, publicly
verb: to announce (out loud) so everyone can hear
adjective: creating or controlling a situation by causing som…
verb: to enunciate, to say correctly
pro-
prefix: forth, for, forward, publicly
proclaim
verb: to announce (out loud) so everyone can hear
30 terms
Unit 9 AP English Latin Prefixes
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
away, from
to
before
two
a, ab
away, from
ad
to
13 terms
English Rre-AP Greek and Latin Prefixes-/-Suffixes
ad-
-al
ambi-
ante-
to
relating to
both
before
ad-
to
-al
relating to
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AP english prefixs & vocabulary #2
col-, com- , con- , co-
contra-, counter-
de-
di-
with, together
against, opposite
from, down, away
split, seperate, two
col-, com- , con- , co-
with, together
contra-, counter-
against, opposite
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English Vocabulary Latin prefixes 2
emigrate
immigrate
eminent
imminent
move out of a country or region to settle in another
move into a foreign country or region as a permanent resident
standing or jutting out, conspicuous, famous, noteworthy
hanging over one's head, threatening, about to occur, impending
emigrate
move out of a country or region to settle in another
immigrate
move into a foreign country or region as a permanent resident
81 terms
AP Lit - Latin Prefixes and Roots Vocabulary
A, AB
Avert
Abduct
AD
Away, from, apart ... (abnormal, abduct, abscission)
Turn away
Lead from
toward, to... (Adhere, adumbrate, adhere)
A, AB
Away, from, apart ... (abnormal, abduct, abscission)
Avert
Turn away
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Ap English Prefixes/Suffixes
bi
com, con
de, dis
fore, pre
two
together, with
lower, opposite
before, ahead of time
bi
two
com, con
together, with
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English II Vocabulary: Latin Prefixes
Abdicate
Abduct
Abhor
Abnormal
Formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish; renounce;…
Carry offf or lead away by force; kidnap
Shrink from; detest; loathe; hate
Deviating from the normal; unusual; irregular
Abdicate
Formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish; renounce;…
Abduct
Carry offf or lead away by force; kidnap
19 terms
AP Lang study vocabulary Latin prefixes
A, ab
Ad
Ante
Circum
Away, from
To
Before
Around
A, ab
Away, from
Ad
To
8 terms
English: Latin Prefixes~pre-/post- Vocabulary
pre-, post-
precede
prejudiced
preclude
prefixes: before and after
verb: to be, go, or come before
adjective: having an adverse judgement or opinion formed unfa…
verb: to make impossible by action taken in advance; to prevent
pre-, post-
prefixes: before and after
precede
verb: to be, go, or come before
8 terms
English: Latin Prefixes~a-, ab-, abs- Vocabulary
a-, ab-, abs-
asymmetrical
avert
abscess
prefix: away from, off, badly
adjective: not the same on both sides
verb: to avoid, to look away from
noun: a hole filled with pus/infection
a-, ab-, abs-
prefix: away from, off, badly
asymmetrical
adjective: not the same on both sides
52 terms
AP Bio Latin Prefixes
a-, an-
ab-
ac-, ad-, ap-
aceus-, aceous-
No; lacking; none
Away from; out from
To, toward
Of or pertaining to
a-, an-
No; lacking; none
ab-
Away from; out from
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Greek and latin prefixes ap
A
A,g
AB
AD
away from
not, no
away from
toward
A
away from
A,g
not, no
42 terms
AP Bio Latin Prefixes
ab-
ad-
amphi-
an-
from
to
both, around
without
ab-
from
ad-
to
42 terms
Latin Prefixes AP Bio
ab-
ad-
amphi-
an-
from
to
both, around
without
ab-
from
ad-
to
29 terms
AP Eng Latin Prefixes
a, ab
ad
ante
bi
away, from
to
before
two
a, ab
away, from
ad
to
10 terms
Pre-AP English Vocabulary Lesson 1: Prefixes
Ad
Con
Ex
Inter
To, toward
With, together
Out, from
Between, among
Ad
To, toward
Con
With, together
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Vocabulary list 1 English AP (prefixes) (Fortier)
in (il, im, ir)
mis
per
pro
not
bad, improper
through, completely
foward, in favor of
in (il, im, ir)
not
mis
bad, improper
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AP Biology: Latin Prefixes
adip-
ante-
anti-
apo- ; ap-
fat
ahead of time
against; opposite
away from
adip-
fat
ante-
ahead of time
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PreAp English 2 Vocab Latin Prefixes 13-18
Immaculate
Impunity
Incessant
Insoluble
Absolutely clean; stainless
Freedom from punishment; not being punished
Continuing without interruption
Incapable of being solved
Immaculate
Absolutely clean; stainless
Impunity
Freedom from punishment; not being punished
20 terms
PreAp English 2 Vocab Latin Prefixes 7-12
Emigrate
Immigrate
Eminent
Imminent
Move out of a country or region to settle in another
Move to a foreign country or region for permanent residence
Standing out; distinguished
Hanging threateningly over ones head; about to occur
Emigrate
Move out of a country or region to settle in another
Immigrate
Move to a foreign country or region for permanent residence
20 terms
PreAp English 2 Vocab Latin Prefixes 19-24
Circumlocution
Circumspect
Coalesce
Coherent
Use of excessive number of words to express an idea
Cautious; paying attention to all possible consequences
Combine; unite into one
Sticking together; logically connected
Circumlocution
Use of excessive number of words to express an idea
Circumspect
Cautious; paying attention to all possible consequences
28 terms
AP English Greek and Latin Vocabulary
epi-
hyper-
hypo-
in- im-
on, outside
over, above
under,below
not
epi-
on, outside
hyper-
over, above
42 terms
AP Bio Latin Prefixes
ab-
ad-
amphi-
an-
from
to
both, around
without
ab-
from
ad-
to
42 terms
AP bio latin prefixes
ab-
ad-
amphi-
an-
from
to
both, around
without
ab-
from
ad-
to
42 terms
AP Biology-Latin Prefixes
ab
ad
amphi
an
from
to
both, around
without
ab
from
ad
to
38 terms
AP Latin Prefixes
a/ab
ad
ambi/am/an
ante
away from
to, toward
around
before
a/ab
away from
ad
to, toward
42 terms
AP Bio Latin Prefixes
ab
ad
amphi
an
from (not de)
to
both, around
without
ab
from (not de)
ad
to
68 terms
AP English 3 Vocabulary and Prefix Midterm Review
Diminutive
Disconsolate
Granular
Perfidy
(adj.) -Extremely or unusually small
(adj.)-Without consolation or comfort; unhappy
(adj.)-Of/related to grains or particles
-Deliberate breach of faith or trust
Diminutive
(adj.) -Extremely or unusually small
Disconsolate
(adj.)-Without consolation or comfort; unhappy
22 terms
English Latin Prefixes 1
ab-/a
ad
con
contra
away, from, away from
to, towards
with, very, together
opposite
ab-/a
away, from, away from
ad
to, towards
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Prefixes, AP English 11
ab-
ad-
aero-
amphi-
from; away from
to; motion toward; addition to
air
both; aorund
ab-
from; away from
ad-
to; motion toward; addition to
28 terms
English Vocabulary: Latin Prefix 9-12
Extra
Intra
Contra, Contro, Counter
Inter
outside
within
against, contrary
between
Extra
outside
Intra
within
53 terms
English | Vocabulary - Latin Prefixes 19-24
Circum-
Circumference
Circumlocution
Circumnavigate
Around, round
Distance around a circle or rounded body; perimeter
Roundabout way of speaking; use of excessive number of words…
Sail around
Circum-
Around, round
Circumference
Distance around a circle or rounded body; perimeter
51 terms
English | Vocabulary - Latin Prefixes 1-6
Abdicate
Abduct
Abhor
Abnormal
Formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish; renounce;…
Carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
Shrink from; detest; loathe; hate
Deviating from the normal; unusual; irregular
Abdicate
Formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish; renounce;…
Abduct
Carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
58 terms
English | Vocabulary - Latin Prefixes 13-18
In-, Il-, Im-, Ir-
Illegible
Illiterate
Illogical
Not, un
Not legible; impossible or hard to read; undecipherable
Not literate; unable to read or write; uneducated
Not logical; not observing the rules of logic (correct reason…
In-, Il-, Im-, Ir-
Not, un
Illegible
Not legible; impossible or hard to read; undecipherable
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English | Vocabulary - Latin Prefixes 7-12
E-, Ex-
In-, Im-
Emigrate
Immigrate
Out, from, away
In, into, on, against, over
Move out of a country or region to settle in another
Move into a foreign country or region as a permanent settlement
E-, Ex-
Out, from, away
In-, Im-
In, into, on, against, over
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English-Latin Prefixes
a,ab,abs
Avert
Abdicate
Abrupt
Away, from, off, badly
turn away, ward off,prevent or forestall
Formally remove oneself from, give up
broken off, sudden, unexpected
a,ab,abs
Away, from, off, badly
Avert
turn away, ward off,prevent or forestall
46 terms
ch.4 vocabulary english latin prefixes
abdicate
abduct
abhor
abnormal
formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish renounce; r…
carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
shrink from;detest;loathe;hate
deviating from the normal;unusual;irregular
abdicate
formally remove oneself from; give up; relinquish renounce; r…
abduct
carry off or lead away by force; kidnap
100 terms
AP English Roots and Prefixes
quer, quir, quis
sci
epi
mut
to ask or seek
to know
outer, over
to change
quer, quir, quis
to ask or seek
sci
to know
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