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Week 1 Greek and Latin Root Words
Hydro is a Greek Root that means…water Example Word: Hydroelectric-(adj) generating electricity by conversion of the energy of running water
Psych is a Greek Root that means…mind, soul, spirit Example Word: Psychopathology-(n) the science or study of mental disorders
Agri is a Latin Root that means…Field Example Word: Agriculture-(n) the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
Aud is a Latin Root that means…Hear Example Word: Audiology-(n) the study of hearing disorders
Bene/Beni are Latin Roots that mean…Good or well Example Words: Beneficial-(adj) helpful or good Benignant-(adj) exerting a good influence
Ac, acr = sharp Words ACRIMONIOUS – bitter ACERBITY – bitterness of temper ACRID – unpleasantly strong or bitter in smell or taste.
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