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+ Greek Derivatives I Reading 7 / E.Kelly Εισαγωγή κειμένου (αγγλικά ή ελληνικά) ~Words from their origins.
+ Greek Derivatives I 1. Anthrop 2. Astr 3. Auto 4. Bibli 5. Bio 6. Chrom 7. Chron 8. Crypt 9. Cycl 10. Dec 11. Dem 12. Derm 13. Dyn 14. Gram, graph 15. Hetero 16. Hydr 17. Log 18. Neur 19. Pan 20. Path
+ Derivatives: anthropology, anthropoid, misanthropy, philanthropy 1. The man-like apes are called _________poids. 2. The study of humans is called [philology /anthropology]. 3. If phil means “loving”, then a phil__________ is a charitable person. Derivatives: asterisk, asteroid, astrodome, astrology, astronaut, astronomy, disaster. 1. Asteroids are tiny planets that look like [apes / stars]. 2. The scientific study of stars is _____________my, and fortune-telling by stars is ______________gy. 3. The word dis___________ hints that the stars were contrary. 1. Anthrop: man (human)2. Astr: star
+ Derivatives: autobiography, autograph, automation, automaton, automobile 1. An autobiography is written by one’s [critic / self]. 2. A system of self-operating maciniery is called ___________ion. 3. Autosuggestion is given by one’s [docton / self]. Derivatives: Bible, bibliography, bibliolatry, bibliophile 1. A list of book sources is called a _____________phy. 2. A craze for collecting books is called __________mania. 3. The _________phile (book- lover) gets books from a _________pole (book- dealer). 3. Auto: self4. Bibli: book
+ Derivatives: biochemist, biography, biology, biometrics, biopsy 1. Biology deals with plant and animal [life / fiction]. 2. The written account of a life is a ___________phy. 3. The branch of physics that deals with living matter is ____________cs. Derivatives: chromatic, chrome, chromosome, panchromatic, polychrome 1. A many-colored print is [polyglot / polychromatic]. 2. The colorful gases seen around the sun during a total eclipse are called the [biolysis / chromosphere]. 3. Our heredity markings depend on tiny _____________somes. 5. Bio: life6. Chrom: color
+ Derivatives: chronic, chronicle, chronological, chronometer, chronoscope 1. Chronological order is [place / time] order. 2. A motion picture film and its sound effects should be timed together, or syn_____________ 3. If your back aches for a long time you have a ____________ backache. Derivatives: crypt, cryptic, cryptographer, cryptology, cryptonym 1. A cryptic mark has a [clear / secret] meaning. 2. A secret name is a ___________nym. 3. A secret, coded message is called a ______________gram, and the fellow who decodes it is a _______________er. 7. Chron: time8. Crypt: secret
+ Derivatives: cycle, cycloid, cyclometer, cyclone, encyclopedia, encyclical 1. An encyclopedia gives instruction in (a) the sciences only, (b) the circle of arts and sciences. 2. A storm that has circling winds is called a ______________. Derivatives: decade, decagon, decasyllable, decathlon, decimal, decimate 1. Ten years equal a ________de, ten liters equal a _____________er, ; ten meters equal a ____________er. 2. A decathlon consists of _______ athletic events. 9. Cycl: circle; wheel10. Dec: ten
+ Derivatives: democracy, demography, endemic, epidemic, pandemic 1. Government by the people is called __________________cy. 2. A disease restricted to people locally is [endemic / cycloid]. 3. Demography is the study of how [people / cattle] are distributed. Derivatives: dermatitis, dermatoid, dermatologist, epidermis, hypodermic, 1. Dermatitis is an inflammation of the [joints / skin]. 2. A skin infection should be treated by a _____________ist. 3. Thick-skinned animals, like elephants and rhinoceroses, are [anthropoids / pachyderms]. 11. Dem: people12. Derm: skin
+ Derivatives: dynamic, dynamite, dynamo, dynasty, electrodynamics 1. A dyne is a unit of [time / power]. 2. An energetic person is said to be _______________ic. 3. A powerful family which has ruled for some generations is a ________________ty. Derivatives: autograph, calligraphy, cryptogram, diagram, grammar, holograph, typography 1. Graphite is used in pencils for [erasing / writing]. 2. One’s penmanship, or handwriting, is called [calliope / calligraphy]. 3. Seismic disturbances, or earthquakes, are recorded on the seis______________. 13. Dyn: power14. Gram, Graph: write
+ Derivatives: heterodyne, heterogeneous, heteronym, heteroplasty. 1. Members of a heterogeneous group are of (a) of various types, (b) all alike. 2. Surgery in which the grafted tissue comes from another person is called _________________plasty, or _________________graft. Derivatives: hydraulics, hydrocarbon, hydrogen, hydrokinetics, hydrometer, hydrotherapy. 1. Hydraulics deals with the mechanical properties of __________ and other liquids. 2. Because rabies brings on a fear of water, the disease is also known as __________bia. 3. Hydroponics is the science of growing plants in [sand / water]. 15. Hetero: other16. Hydr: water
+ Derivatives: apology, biology, dialogue, eulogy, geology, logic, monologue, prologue 1. Biology is the [breeding / study] of plant and animal life. 2. The root log, as in monologue, dialogue, and eulogy, means [word / log]. 3. The study of water and its distribution is hyd_____________. Derivatives: neural, neurogenic, neurologist, neuron, neurosis, neurotic. 1. A neurotic suffers from a [speech / nerve] disorder. 2. Neuritis is a painful inflammation of the [skin / nerves] 3. If you need a nerve specialist (like for brain surgery), go to a _______________ist. 17. Log: word; study18. Neur: nerve
+ Derivatives: panacea, Pan- American, panchromatic, pancreas, pandemic, panorama, pandemonium 1. Panchromatic film is sensitive to [no / all] colors. 2. A disease that is very widespread is ___________ic. 3. A temple for all the gods was the ___________eon. Derivatives: antipathy, apathy, empathy, neuropathy, pathetic, pathos, sympathy, telepathy 1. A feeling of pity is aroused by pathos, or that which is _______________ic. 2. Your compassion for others is sym______________, and your complete projection of yourself into the feelings of another is em____________. 3. A serious mental disorder would be found in a [pshychopath / bibliophile]. 19. Pan: all20. Path: disease; feeling
+ Pre-Quiz A: 1. Bibliography 2. Autoinfection 3. Antibiotics 4. Anthropocentric 5. Astronaut 6. Cryptology 7. Decimal 8. Bicycle 9. Chromatics 10. Chronology Write the meaning of each boldfaced Greet root.
+ Pre-Quiz B 1. Pachyderm 2. Lithograph 3. Dynamism 4. Heterogeneity 5. Democracy 6. Dialogue 7. Apathetic 8. Panacea 9. Hydraulics 10. Neuron Write the meaning of each boldfaced Greet root.