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Greek and Latin Roots- Book 4
Fract/Fring/Frang
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
to break
tending to argue
minor violation of rule/law
to trespass
Fract/Fring/Frang
to break
Fractious
tending to argue
54 terms
Greek and Latin Roots- Book 4
Fract/Fring/Frang
Infringe
Cis
Excise
to break
to trespass
cut, kill
to cut out of, remove
Fract/Fring/Frang
to break
Infringe
to trespass
22 terms
Greek and Latin Roots U22 book 4
ranc
putr
stagn
odor
to stink
rotten
to stagnate, forma pool of standing water
smell
ranc
to stink
putr
rotten
23 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Roots
Vinc/Vict
Duc/Duct
Tract
Peto
To conquer
To lead
To drag
To seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
Vinc/Vict
To conquer
Duc/Duct
To lead
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Words Book 4: Lesson 5
Envisage
Visage
Apparition
Perspicacious
To imagine; to conceive of
Face; facial expression
An unreal figure; a ghost
Wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
Envisage
To imagine; to conceive of
Visage
Face; facial expression
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Words Book 4: Lesson 5
Envisage
Visage
Apparition
Perspicacious
To imagine; to conceive of
Face; facial expression
An unreal figure; a ghost
Wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
Envisage
To imagine; to conceive of
Visage
Face; facial expression
13 terms
Greek and Latin Roots- Book 4
Fract/Fring/Frang
Cis
Tom
Punct
to break
to cut, to kill
to cut
to sting, to pierce
Fract/Fring/Frang
to break
Cis
to cut, to kill
19 terms
Greek and Latin Roots unit 1 book 4
vinc/vict
evince
provincial
duc/duct
to conquer
to establish; to reflect the truth of
limited in knowledge of the world
to lead
vinc/vict
to conquer
evince
to establish; to reflect the truth of
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 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
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 3
Compel
Impulse
Expel
Conjecture
To force strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Compel
To force strongly persuade; coerce
Impulse
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 4, Unit 3
pel/puls
Compel
Impulse
Expel
to push, to drive
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A sudden, involuntary urge to do something
To send out or away
pel/puls
to push, to drive
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 11
fid
diffiedent
fidelity
confide
to trust, believe
shy; not assertive
faithfulness; loyalty
to trust (another) with information or a secret
fid
to trust, believe
diffiedent
shy; not assertive
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 6
Adherent
Incoherent
Inherent
Diffuse
A follower of a person or idea
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
Existing as a natural part
1. not concentrated or focused; wordy 2. to spread out or dis…
Adherent
A follower of a person or idea
Incoherent
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
Latin and Greek roots vocab book 4
VINC/VICT
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
"to conquer"
Unable to be conquerd
Limited in knowledge of the world;narrow-minded
To establish; to reflect the truth of
VINC/VICT
"to conquer"
Invincible
Unable to be conquerd
11 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 1
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 6
Adherent
Incoherent
Inherent
Diffuse
A follower of a person or idea
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
Existing as a natural part
1. not concentrated or focused; wordy 2. to spread out or dis…
Adherent
A follower of a person or idea
Incoherent
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 4 Words
via
viaduct
impervious
deviate
road, way
A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
Unable to be affected
To depart, especially from a path or plan
via
road, way
viaduct
A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 1
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive;encouraging;helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world
83 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots (Book 4)
invincible
provincial
evince
conducive
unable to be conquered
limited in knowledge of the world
to establish; to reflect the truth of
supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
invincible
unable to be conquered
provincial
limited in knowledge of the world
13 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 2
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord
Minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belong to another; to trespass
To cut out of; remove
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
Minor violation of a rule or law
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 3 Words
Pellere/Pulsum
Compel
impulse
expel
to push, to drive
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
a sudden, involuntary urge to do something
to send out or away
Pellere/Pulsum
to push, to drive
Compel
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
Latin and Greek Roots: Book 4, Unit 1
Vinc/ Vict
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
To conquer
Unable to be conquered
Limited knowledge of the world; narrow minded
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Vinc/ Vict
To conquer
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
266 terms
Vocab with Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 (All Words)
gusto
gustatory
insipid
sapient
enthusiastic enjoyment
having to do with the sense of taste
dull; uninteresting
having knowledge; wise
gusto
enthusiastic enjoyment
gustatory
having to do with the sense of taste
32 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Book 4, unit 7, Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 8 Words
proficient
factotum
facsimile
facile
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
a copy or imitation
too simplistic or easy
proficient
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
factotum
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 7 Words
facere/factum
proficient
factotum
facsimile
to make, do
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
an assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
facere/factum
to make, do
proficient
skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 8 Words
placere/placitum
complacent
placebo
placid
to please
Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
Calm, undisturbed
placere/placitum
to please
complacent
Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 6 Words
haerere/haesum
adherent
incoherent
inherent
to attach, be fixed
A follower of a person or idea
Not able to be understood; nonsensical
Existing as a natural part
haerere/haesum
to attach, be fixed
adherent
A follower of a person or idea
15 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Words Book 4: Lesson 5
Envisage
Visage
Apparition
Perspicacious
To imagine; to conceive of
Face; facial expression
An unreal figure; a ghost
Wise; insightful; acutely intelligent
Envisage
To imagine; to conceive of
Visage
Face; facial expression
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 4
via
fer
port
viaduct
road, way
to carry, to bring
to carry, to bring
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
via
road, way
fer
to carry, to bring
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 10 Words
crimen
decriminalize
incriminate
recrimination
crime, charge of crime
to do away with legal penalties for
to reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
an accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
crimen
crime, charge of crime
decriminalize
to do away with legal penalties for
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 4
Viaduct
Impervious
Deviate
Obviate
(n) A bridge
(adj) Unable to be affected
(v) to depart
(v) to avoid
Viaduct
(n) A bridge
Impervious
(adj) Unable to be affected
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 4
Viaduct
Impervious
Deviate
Obviate
(n.) A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
(adj.) Unable to be affected
(v.) To depart, especially from a path or plan
(v.) To make unnecessary; to avoid
Viaduct
(n.) A bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
Impervious
(adj.) Unable to be affected
14 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 4
via
fer
port
viaduct
road, way
to carry, to bring
to carry, to bring
a bridge that carries a road or railroad over a valley
via
road, way
fer
to carry, to bring
91 terms
Vocab ROOTS (Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots Book 4)
vinc/vint
duc/duct
tract
peto
to conquer
to lead
to drag
to seek aggressively, to assail, to rush
vinc/vint
to conquer
duc/duct
to lead
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 9 Words
torquere/tortus
tortuous
retort
extort
to twist
Not direct or straightforward
To respond critically or sarcastically
To wrongly or illegally force someone to comply with a demand
torquere/tortus
to twist
tortuous
Not direct or straightforward
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Book 4: Unit 17
Put (Latin)
Impute (v.)
Dispute(v.)
Dispute(n.)
To think
To assign blame or responsibility for
To disagree with
A disagreement or argument
Put (Latin)
To think
Impute (v.)
To assign blame or responsibility for
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 10
Approbation
Culpable
Culprit
Decriminalize
Praise or approval
Deserving blame
One responsible for crime
To do away with legal penalties for
Approbation
Praise or approval
Culpable
Deserving blame
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 9
Adverse
Convoluted
Deflect
Evolve
Not helpful; harmful
Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
To cause to turn aside or away
To unfold; to develop or change gradually
Adverse
Not helpful; harmful
Convoluted
Having too many twists and turns; overly complicated
16 terms
Latin and Greek Root Book 4: Lesson 7
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
Facile
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
As assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
Too simplistic or easy
Proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
Factotum
As assistant who does a variety of jobs
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Unit 2 Book 4
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
adj. tending to argue or cause discord
n. minor violation of a rule or law
v. to intrude on an area belonging to another; to trespass
v. to cut out of; remove
Fractious
adj. tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
n. minor violation of a rule or law
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots book 4 - unit 13
err
aberrant
erroneous
errant
"to wander"
deviating from a pattern or rule
wrong or inaccurate
wandering or straying
err
"to wander"
aberrant
deviating from a pattern or rule
12 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 10
Decriminalize
Incriminate
Recrimination
Culpable
To do away with legal penalties for
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
An accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
Deserving blame
Decriminalize
To do away with legal penalties for
Incriminate
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4 Unit 10
Decriminalize
Incriminate
Recrimination
Culpable
To do away with legal penalties for
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
An accusation made in reply; a counter-charge
Deserving blame
Decriminalize
To do away with legal penalties for
Incriminate
To reveal guilt or make (someone) appear guilty
21 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Unit 21 book 4
gust
gusto
gustatory
sip/sap
taste
enthusiastic enjoyment
having to do with the sense of taste
to taste
gust
taste
gusto
enthusiastic enjoyment
17 terms
Greek and Latin Roots Book 4: Unit 16
excruciating
crux
crucial
dol
extremely painful; agonizing
the most important or decisive point
extremely necessary; essential
to feel pain, to be grieved
excruciating
extremely painful; agonizing
crux
the most important or decisive point
17 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 2
Fractious
Infraction
Infringe
Excise
Tending to argue or cause discord
Minor violation of a rule or law
To intrude on an area belong to another; to trespass
To cut out of; remove
Fractious
Tending to argue or cause discord
Infraction
Minor violation of a rule or law
16 terms
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 8
Complacent
Placebo
Placid
Gratuitous
Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
Something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
Calm undisturbed
Unnecessary or unwanted
Complacent
Satisfied with a situation that should be changed or improved
Placebo
Something which has a positive mental effect, but no physical…
Latin and Greek Roots Book 4: Lesson 1
Invincible
Provincial
Evince
Conducive
Unable to be conquered
Limited in knowledge of the world
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Supportive;encouraging;helping to bring about
Invincible
Unable to be conquered
Provincial
Limited in knowledge of the world
26 terms
Greek and Latin Roots book 4 - unit 13
err
aberrant
erroneous
errant
"to wander"
deviating from a pattern or rule
wrong or inaccurate
wandering or straying
err
"to wander"
aberrant
deviating from a pattern or rule
16 terms
Vocabulary from Latin and Greek Roots; Book 4 Unit 7
Facere, Factum
Proficient
Factotum
Facsimile
"To make, do"
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
An assistant who does a variety of jobs
A copy or imitation
Facere, Factum
"To make, do"
Proficient
Skilled at; highly knowledgeable of
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