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Latin Roots 2
Study Hint: Try to look at each hint word and imagine how it relates to the definition. This visual image can help you remember the meaning.
Root Hint Word Acu, acr, ac Accupunture Anima, anim Animate Aqua Aquarium Arbitr, arbiter Arbitrate Definition Needle Life, mind Water To judge, consider
Aud Audience Capit, cipit Capital Cede procede Cell To hear Head To go, yield To take, hold, grasp
Cess, circum circumference Claud include, exclude Cog cognitive Comput Around Close, shut, block To know To compute
Cor, cord, cour, card cardiologist Cred credible Culp culpable (means at fault) Custom Heart Believe, trust Fault, blame One’s own
Dic, dict dictation Dur endurance Equ equal Famil familiar To say, to speak, assert To harden, hold out Equal, fair Family
Fer ferry Fin final Form formula Frig refridgerator To carry, bear, bring To end Shape, form Cool
Gen genus Grat grateful Hab habitat Hosp hospital Race, family, kind Pleasure, thankful, goodwill, joy To have, hold, dwell Guest, host
Init initial Juven juvenile Lat latitude Leg, lig legal To begin, enter upon Young Lateral, side, wide Law, to chose, perceive, understand
Liber, liver deliver, liberty Loc Cept, capt, cip, cap, ceive, ceipt concept, capture Free Place To take, hold, grasp
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