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ROOT WORDS Naut, naus, nav = relating to the sea, ships, or travelers
Argonaut A person who took part in the California Gold Rush by traveling west in search of gold from
astronaut A person who is trained to travel into outer space.
circumnavigate To travel around the Earth on water or in the air.
cosmonaut A Soviet who is trained to travel into outer space.
nauseous Affected with a feeling of sickness in the stomach that feels like sea sickness.
nautical Related to sailing, sailors, or ships.
navigable Wide or deep enough for ships to be able to pass through.
navigate To steer or direct a ship or airplane
navigator A person who is trained to plan the course of and drive a ship.
navy A fleet of ships; all the warships of a nation.
The End!!! Take your grammar folders home nightly to study for your test on Friday!
: "therm" = "naut, naus, nav" heat, temperature Relating to boats.
ROOT WORDS Re-: again, back. Recheck To look at something again.
ROOT WORDS Cede, Ceed, Cess = go; yield. Accessible Able to go to, enter, or approach.
ROOT WORDS Strain, strict, string = Bind, tie, or draw tight.
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