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Latin Vocabulary 4
decapitate capit – head decapitate- verb to cut off the head
decapitate Unfortunately for the man, his car was too tall to drive below the bridge. He was almost decapitated when the roof of his car was ripped off.
decapitate Related words: capitulate capital capitalize capita
corpulent corp, corpor – body corpulent – adj. excessively fat
corpulent Martin Lawrence plays a corpulent woman in Big Momma’s House.
corpulent Related words: corporal corporate corporation corporeal corps corpse corpuscle incorporate incorporeal
orthodox dox– belief orthodox- adj. conforming to the established beliefs
orthodox The Greek Orthodox Church has traditions that have been passed down for thousands of years.
orthodox Related words: doxology neo-orthodoxy paradox unorthodox
dormant dorm – sleep dormant – adj. in an inactive stage, like hibernating
dormant Volcanoes, trees, and frogs can be dormant, but they are dormant for different amounts of time.
dormant Related words: dormancy dormitory dormer
manacles manu, mani – hand manacles – n. handcuffs or shackles v. to handcuff
manacles In the Museum of Slavery in Virginia manacles are on display.
manacles Related words: emancipate manage manicure manifest manipulate manual manufacture manumit manuscript
monocle ocul – eye monocle – n. an eyeglass for use with only one eye
monocle The villain in the James Bond movie wore a monocle because he thought it made him look dashing and sophisticated.
monocle Related words: binocular ocular oculist
quadruped ped – foot quadruped – n. a four-footed animal
quadruped There are many types of quadrupeds in the world, including zebras and tigers.
quadruped Related words: biped centipede impede pedal pedestrian pedicure pedigree pedometer
transcript scrib, script – write transcript – n. a written copy of spoken material
transcript The stenographer wrote a transcript for the trial. When I applied to college, I had to ask Spain Park to send my transcript from high school.
transcript Related words: ascribe circumscribe conscription describe indescribable inscribe manuscript post script prescribe scripture
verbatim verb – word verbatim – adj. word for word
verbatim Although the fight in the hall was chaotic, Mrs. Knight could remember verbatim what the girls said. Must use as an adjective, even though it doesn’t feel right.
verbatim Related words: adverb – (throw toward ) proverb proverbial verbalize verbose
convivial vit, viv, vivi – life; breath; mind; soul convivial – adj. sociable; fond of eating, drinking, and being with people
convivial When we arrived at the Jones’ home, we were surprised that their gathering was so convivial because they both seem to be such quiet, reserved people.
convivial Related words: revitalize revive survive vital vitamin vivacious vivid vivisection
Vocabulary Roots 1 loqu; locu – to speak vit, viv, vivi – life, breath, mind, soul ped – foot ject – to throw scrib, script – to write duct – lead cred – belief; believe semi – half
Vocabulary Roots 2 cide – kill bell – war infra – below, beneath mal – bad, ill, wrong manu, mani – hand post – after, behind bi – 2 ambi – both; around
Vocabulary Roots 3 dict – speak; proclaim officially re – again pre – before, in front of omni – all; every
Basic English 11/12 Roots Practice MLA format on computer
Word List: vit, viv = live, life.
Scrib, script – to write. scribe scribble script Cursive handwriting; a manuscript for a play or movie.
Latin root meaning “hand”
Man and Manu Roots Latin root meaning “hand”. manicure A manicure is a treatment for the hands and nails.
Vocabulary #12. CAPITA Origin: Latin Root Definition: Head Word(s): Capitalize, Decapitate.
PED comes from the Latin ped. It means FOOT
Latin root meaning “foot”
#15 Word List Vit/Viv & Inter Vit, Viv = live, life Inter – between, among 20 words this week!
Greek and latin roots.
Root Words and Prefixes 3 Minute Daily Bell-Ringers to Get Class Started.
Supplies Book and reading log Paper Turn in vocab 10 practice sheet.
NCEE/SAT Words Week 6.
READ AROUND REVIEW; VIT, VIV = live, life. What are the roots that mean live and life?
SPELLING man, manu = hand manipulate verb To skillfully operate by hand They had to manipulate the big tractor.
Words about the Body. Decapitate, Capitalize, Capital, Captain.
High Frequency Words.
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