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32 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 11+ Vocabulary
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
66 terms
Greek Roots, Lesson 1: Greek Vocabulary, Greek Vocabulary: Lesson 2
a-, an-
amphi-, amph-
anti-, ant
dia-
Without; not
both; around
against
through; across
a-, an-
Without; not
amphi-, amph-
both; around
39 terms
GREEK ROOTS VOCABULARY LESSONS 1 & 2
HUMANUS "human being"
Humane
Humanism
humanities
...
adj. Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kin…
n. A philosophy in which interests and values of human beings…
n. Braches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their…
HUMANUS "human being"
...
Humane
adj. Having the worthy qualities of human beings, such as kin…
12 terms
Greek Roots Vocabulary Lesson 1
Phototropic
Phosphorescent
Photogenic
Lucid
Tending to grow or move towards light
Giving off light without heat
Attractive in pictures or photographs
Easy to understand; clear
Phototropic
Tending to grow or move towards light
Phosphorescent
Giving off light without heat
45 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 2: Greek Roots
Di-
Anti-
Tri-
Uni-
Double; twice; twofold
Against; hostile to
Three
One
Di-
Double; twice; twofold
Anti-
Against; hostile to
43 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 2 - Greek Roots
di-
anti-
tri-
uni-
double; twice; twofold
against; hostile to
three
one
di-
double; twice; twofold
anti-
against; hostile to
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 4
theo
Geo
Helio
Chron
God
Earth
Sun
Time
theo
God
Geo
Earth
15 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 11+ Vocabulary
polygamy(n)
amorphous(adj)
thaumaturgy
technical(adj)
marriage with more than one spouse
without a clearly defined shape or form
the working of wonders or miracles
of or relating to a particular subject, art, or craft, or its…
polygamy(n)
marriage with more than one spouse
amorphous(adj)
without a clearly defined shape or form
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 6
Tom
Ton, ten
Pod
Cephal
Cut
Stretch, tone
Foot
Head
Tom
Cut
Ton, ten
Stretch, tone
15 terms
Lesson nine greek root vocabulary
Capitalist
Capitulation
Decapitate
Precipice
A person who has invested personal wealth in business.
Surrender; ending resistance.
To cut off the head of; to behead.
A very steep or vertical face of a cliff or rock.
Capitalist
A person who has invested personal wealth in business.
Capitulation
Surrender; ending resistance.
21 terms
Greek root vocabulary lesson 9
Amb, ambu
Clude, clus
Duc, duct
Junct
Walk, go
Shut
Lead
Join
Amb, ambu
Walk, go
Clude, clus
Shut
20 terms
Greek Roots Vocabulary Lesson 5
Path
batho, bathy
therap
hem, haem, -aem, -em
feeling; disease
Depth
Cure
Blood
Path
feeling; disease
batho, bathy
Depth
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 7
Bio
Phys
Psych
Soma, somat
Life
Nature; growth
Mind; soul; spirit
Body
Bio
Life
Phys
Nature; growth
20 terms
Greek Roots Vocabulary Lesson 6
Tom
ton, ten
Pod
cephal
Cut
Stretch, tone
Foot
Head
Tom
Cut
ton, ten
Stretch, tone
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 9
Therm
Hydr
Bar
Pyr
Heat
Water
Weight; pressure
Fire
Therm
Heat
Hydr
Water
17 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 11+ Vocabulary
gam
morph
thaum, thaumat
techn
marriage
form
wonder
art; skill
gam
marriage
morph
form
Vocabulary Lesson 12 + Greek Roots
Altercation (n.)
Lexicon (n.)
Hue (.n)
Galvanize (v.)
a heated argument... (quarrel; dispute)... (Agreement)... The altercat…
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary... (jargon; argot; cant)…
a particular shade of a given color... (shade)... (blatant)... The hue…
to startle into sudden activity... (stimulate)... (Stationary)... The…
Altercation (n.)
a heated argument... (quarrel; dispute)... (Agreement)... The altercat…
Lexicon (n.)
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary... (jargon; argot; cant)…
23 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 8
Ped, pod
Manu
Cap
Ceph
Foot
Hand
Head
Head
Ped, pod
Foot
Manu
Hand
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 10
Gam
Morph
Techn
Mim
Marriage
Form
Art, skill
Imitate
Gam
Marriage
Morph
Form
20 terms
Greek roots vocabulary lesson 2
eu-
caco-
mega-, megalo-​
micro-
good; well
bad; ill
large
small
eu-
good; well
caco-
bad; ill
19 terms
GREEK Roots Lesson 8 Vocabulary
idiosyncrasy
crass
cosmos
cosmopolitan
one's personal habits
lacking intensity, refinement
the world or universe considered as an orderly system
common to all the world
idiosyncrasy
one's personal habits
crass
lacking intensity, refinement
Vocabulary Lesson 13 + Greek Roots
Inert (adj.)
Circumvent (v.)
Clandestine (adj.)
Acquit (v.)
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... (dormant; passive)…
to get around; to bypass... (avoid)... When my mom drives, she circ…
secret... (covert; furtive)... The words on the note were clandesti…
to find not guilty of a fault or crime... (absolve)... When the jur…
Inert (adj.)
unable to act or move; inactive; sluggish... (dormant; passive)…
Circumvent (v.)
to get around; to bypass... (avoid)... When my mom drives, she circ…
16 terms
Lesson 22 Greek Roots Vocabulary
quid pro quo
mony
nomy
(t)rix
This for that
quality of
science of
she who does
quid pro quo
This for that
mony
quality of
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Greek Roots Vocabulary Lesson 3
poly-
mono-
di-​
iso-
many
one
two
same
poly-
many
mono-
one
8 terms
Lesson 1 Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary
Cycle
Cyclone
Recycle
Unicycle
A period of time during which events follow a certain pattern…
A strong whirling windstorm
To treat or prepare in order to use again
A vehicle with one wheel, usually moved by pedals
Cycle
A period of time during which events follow a certain pattern…
Cyclone
A strong whirling windstorm
8 terms
Lesson 3 Greek and Latin Roots Vocabulary
Transact
Transfer
Transmit
Interactive
To do or carry business
To move or change from one place to another... A ticket for mov…
To send from one person or location to another
Able to act back and forth between people or things
Transact
To do or carry business
Transfer
To move or change from one place to another... A ticket for mov…
25 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 7
bio
phys
psych
soma, somat
life
nature ; growth
mind ; soul ; spirit
body
bio
life
phys
nature ; growth
Greek Roots Lesson 4
path
batho, bathy
therap
haem, hem, -aem, -em
feeling ; disease
depth
cure
blood
path
feeling ; disease
batho, bathy
depth
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Vocabulary Latin and Greek Roots Lessons 1-4
fac, fic, fect
fascimile
deficient
petrify
to make, do (Latin facere, factum)
a copy, imitation
not having enough, lacking
to scare, frighten
fac, fic, fect
to make, do (Latin facere, factum)
fascimile
a copy, imitation
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Greek Roots Lesson 2
archi, archi
dem
gen, gon
gon
rule ; govern
people
kind ; race ; origin
angle
archi, archi
rule ; govern
dem
people
20 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch ; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch ; tone
20 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 3
theo
geo
helio
dyn, dynam
god
earth
sun
power ; force
theo
god
geo
earth
20 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 1
anthrop
phil
miso
biblio, bibl
man ; mankind
love
hate
book
anthrop
man ; mankind
phil
love
10 terms
Lesson 15, Greek Roots, and Academic Vocabulary
graph
tele
cyclo
frig
write
far
wheel
cold
graph
write
tele
far
26 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 1
anthrop
phil
miso
biblio, bibl
man; mankind
love
hate
book
anthrop
man; mankind
phil
love
10 terms
Vocabulary--Greek Roots-- 1-10
anthro
aster, astro
baro
biblio
Man, mankind, human being
star
pressure
book
anthro
Man, mankind, human being
aster, astro
star
16 terms
Lesson One Latin and Greek Roots
Monos
Unus
Duo; Duplex
Bi
One
One
Two
Two
Monos
One
Unus
One
Greek Roots Lesson 7
bio
phys
psych
soma, somat
life
nature; growth
mind; soul; spirit
body
bio
life
phys
nature; growth
10 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Lesson 16
minister
administer
arbiter
arbitrate
To take care of or tend to
To give to; to apply
One who decides or determines
To judge between two sides; to referee
minister
To take care of or tend to
administer
To give to; to apply
11 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Lesson 17
fundamental
founder
disperse
sparse
Basic and important
To completely fail
To cause to go in different directions; scatter
Not plentiful; not dense
fundamental
Basic and important
founder
To completely fail
11 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Lesson 15
confines
refine
finite
disclose
Limits or boundaries
To make more pure or precise
Having an end or limit
To reveal; make known
confines
Limits or boundaries
refine
To make more pure or precise
Greek Roots Lesson 6
tom
ton, ten
chir
pod
cut
stretch; tone
hand
foot
tom
cut
ton, ten
stretch; tone
12 terms
Vocabulary from Greek and Latin Roots Lesson 13
suspect
conspicuous
respective
despicable
Not able to be trusted
Standing out; unusual
Corresponding to each person or thing in a series
Deserving of hatred or disgust
suspect
Not able to be trusted
conspicuous
Standing out; unusual
15 terms
Lesson Two Greek and Latin Roots
Tri <G>, Tres <L>
Quartus; Quartuor <L>
Decem <L>
Centum <L>
three
fourth; four
ten
hundred
Tri <G>, Tres <L>
three
Quartus; Quartuor <L>
fourth; four
12 terms
Greek Roots Lesson 2
arch, archi
dem
gen, gon
gon
rule or govern
people
kind, race, origin
angle
arch, archi
rule or govern
dem
people
20 terms
English: Greek and Latin Roots/ Vocabulary Lesson 5
Agitation (v)
Aloof (adj)
Apparition (n)
Benefactor (n)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
a ghost; a phantom; an appearance seen... suddenly
a person who has given help; a patron
Agitation (v)
a violent shaking; an emotional disturbance or... excitement; th…
Aloof (adj)
cool or distant in relationships with others;... indifferent
Greek Roots Lesson 3
polytheist
geology
chronometer
monochrome
Belief in many gods
science dealing with the earth's history as recorded in rocks
Instrument for measuring time very accurately
one color
polytheist
Belief in many gods
geology
science dealing with the earth's history as recorded in rocks
Greek Roots Lesson 2
archaeology
demography
democracy
eulogy
study of artifacts and relics of early mankind
Scientific study of human populations.
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
speech in praise of someone
archaeology
study of artifacts and relics of early mankind
demography
Scientific study of human populations.
11 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Lesson 18
desist
persistent
subsist
preside
To stop doing something; cease
Not giving up or stopping
To support life; to survive
To be in charge; govern
desist
To stop doing something; cease
persistent
Not giving up or stopping
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