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Verbivore’s Diner #11 Today’s Specials: Roots - logy Affixes - Con Mythology & History - herculean Adopted Words - envoy
Root du jour O Logy O “science,” “study,” or “account.” O NOTE: Although technically a root, it is almost always found at the end of a word
Affixes Prix Fixe O Prefix: Con- (or Col-, or Com-, or Cor-) O “together,” “with” O Conspire O Correspond
Mythology & History Main O Herculean O HERCULES was a Greek hero of tremendous strength and ability. Therefore, any task described as “herculean” is very difficult.
Adopted Word Dessert O Envoy (French) O Diplomatic agent, messenger, official representative sent by another, usually from a foreign land
Verbivore’s Diner #12 Today’s Specials: Roots - Bio Affixes – Contra- Mythology & History - hermetic Adopted Words – martinet.
Verbivore’s Diner #13 Today’s Specials: Roots – Tom/Tomy Affixes – de- Mythology & History - iridescent Adopted Words – nouveau riche.
Verbivore’s Diner #15 Today’s Specials: Roots - Homo Affixes – “E-” or “Ex-” Mythology & History – “Labyrinthine” Adopted Words - raconteur.
Verbivore’s Diner #17 Today’s Specials: Roots - Hyper Affixes – In/Il/Im/Ir Mythology & History - Mentor Adopted Words - Elan.
Verbivore’s Diner #7 Today’s Specials: Roots - Micro Affixes – Re- Mythology & History - Bacchanalia Adopted Words - naive.
Verbivore’s Diner #10 Today’s Specials: Roots - Poly Affixes – Circum- Mythology & History – hector Adopted Words - debutante.
Verbivore’s Diner #14 Today’s Specials: Roots - Pod Affixes – Dis Mythology & History - Jovial Adopted Words – protégé.
Verbivore’s Diner Today’s Specials: Roots – “Eu” Affixes – “Preter” Mythology & History – Atlas Adopted Words - clairvoyant.
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