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: "therm" = "naut, naus, nav" heat, temperature Relating to boats
therm (n) a unit of heat equal to 1,000 calories
thermal (adj) related to heat or temperature
thermodynamic (adj) caused to operated by heat that has changed into different forms of energy
thermos (n) a container that is used to keep things warm, such as your soup; a double-walled container that keeps things warm
thermostat (v) a device used to control the temperature
astronaut (n) a person who is trained to travel into outer space
nauseous (adj) affected with the feeling of sickness in the stomach that feels like sea sickness
navy (n) a fleet of ships; all the warships of a nation
navigator (n) a person who is trained to plan the course of and drive a ship
navigate (v) to steer or direct a ship or airplane
ROOT WORDS Naut, naus, nav = relating to the sea, ships, or travelers.
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