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Stem # 1 act Definition : do Examples : action, react
Stem # 2 aud Definition : hear Examples : audible, auditory
Stem # 3 aqua Definition : water Examples : aqueduct, aquatic
Stem # 4 cap(it) Definition : Head/life Examples : captain, capital
Stem # 5 dent Definition : tooth Examples : dental, dentifrice
Stem # 6 volv Definition : roll Examples : revolve, revolution
Stem # 7 fac Definition : make/do Examples : factory, manufacture
Stem # 8 form Definition : shape Examples : uniform, formation
Stem # 9 jud/jus Definition : law Examples : judge, judicial
Stem # 10 liber Definition : free Examples : liberty, liberate
Stem # 11 loc Definition : place Examples : locate, allocate
Stem # 12 man Definition : hand Examples :manual, manufacture
Stem # 13 mand Definition : order Examples : command, demand
Stem # 14 mem Definition : mindful Examples : memory, remember
Stem # 15 min Definition : small Examples : minimum, minus
Stem # 16 mot/mov Definition : move Examples : motor, motion
Stem # 17 multi Definition : many Examples: multiply, multitude
Stem # 18 ped/pod Definition : foot Examples : pedal, pedestrian
Stem # 19 port Definition : carry Examples : portable, porter
Stem # 20 sci Definition : know Examples : science, conscience
Stem # 21 sect Definition : cut Examples : dissect, bisect
Stem # 22 sign Definition : mark Examples : sign, signature
Stem # 23 spec Definition : see Examples : inspect, spectacles
Stem # 24 struct Definition : build Examples : construct, destructive
Stem # 25 temp Definition : time Examples : tempo, temporary
Stem # 26 terr Definition : land Examples : terrain, territory
Stem # 27 tract Definition : pull Examples : attract, tractor
Stem # 28 urb Definition : city Examples : urban, suburb
Stem # 29 var Definition : different Examples : vary, variant
Stem #30 vict/vinc Definition : conquer Examples : victim, victory
Stem # 31 vid/vis Definition : see Examples : video, television
Stem #32 vit/viv Definition : live Examples : survive, vital
Stem #33 dict Definition : speak Examples : dictate, predict
Greek and Latin Roots 7 th Grade. What is a root word?
Test: Friday, March 8 Root Words #1-18. #13-18 Root Word Chart 13. sect 14. ped 15. pop 13. cut or separate 14. foot 15. people Root Meaning 13.dissect,
#13-18 Root Word Chart 13. sect 14. ped 15. pop 13. cut or separate 14. foot 15. people Root Meaning 13.dissect, intersect, insect, ____ 14.pedal, pedestrian,
Root Word Chart # cred 8.dict 9.graph 7.believe 8.speak 9.write Root Meaning 7.credit, discredit, credulous, ____ 8.Dictation, predict, contradict,
1 st – 3 rd Review Set. graph write telegraphbiography.
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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.
ROOTS It’s where it’s all at. Agri The root “agri” means field or soil. AGRICULTURE, AGRIBUSINESS.
1. AUD, SON, PHON Definition: Sound; To hear Example: Audible, Assonance, Phonograph.
AUD, SON, PHON O Definition: O Sound; To hear O Example: O Audible, Assonance, Phonograph.
Fourth Six Weeks Prefix, Suffix and Root Words. Prefixes a letter, syllable, or group of syllables added at the beginning of a word or word base.
Roots. aster- star asterisk- a small star-like symbol used in writing and printing as a reference mark vert- turn divert- to turn aside from a.
Root Words These are words that are Latin or Greek We attach prefixes, suffixes, or other modifiers to them, which slightly change their meaning Example:
Word Within the Word List 2 Stem 1 archy: government Examples: monarchy: government by one ruler anarchy: absence of a system of government and law.
Archy. government cide kill ard always itis.
Standard Stems Each stem set definitions and index cards are due the day before the quiz.
Word Parts Vocabulary Made Easy THERMO Meaning: Heat or temperature Examples – Thermostat Thermal Thermometer.
Using the information provided, fill in the blanks using the following word part and its definition. PED PED comes from the Latin ped. It means FOOT. In.
Greek and Latin Roots List 2 English 1-2 Honors. 16. CREDIT discredit, incredible, credit believe.
Vocabulary #12. CAPITA Origin: Latin Root Definition: Head Word(s): Capitalize, Decapitate.
Latin Bases Lesson 13 8 th Grade culpmesn (mest) evalminor, minus, minut fa, fatprob (prov) fortsed (sid) (se), sess (siege) grattract (treat) laterven,
Latin Roots V5L16&17. ped Means “foot” pedal a flat piece of metal, rubber, etc., that you push with your foot to make a machine move, work, or stop.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Stems 4th Grade Stems 3rd Grade Stems 2nd Grade Stems 1st Grade Stems 500, , ,000.
Do you know what these medical terms mean? Suprascapular Dentition Cardiomyopathy Dermopathy What if you had the following clues Supra means above, scap.
Roots 5: Justice English 2. Quiz! You have a quiz today on Roots 4. There will be review words from Roots 1-3. Show me your flash cards for five bonus.
DWL Daily Written Language. Directions: Copy the following notes for ROOT WORDS in your Writing Section of your binder. ROOTS A ROOT is the main part.
Greek & Latin Roots Weekly Word Lists. Week 1 a, an, in = Without ant, anti, contra,contro = against, opposite bio, vit = life (o)logy = study or science.
Jeopardy SPECT (to look) FORM (shape) PORT (to carry) TRACT (draw or pull) DICT (to say, speak) Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300.
JEOPARDY SPECT (to look) FORM (shape) PORT (to carry) TRACT (to draw or pull) DICT (to say, speak)
Latin Vocabulary 4. decapitate capit – head decapitate- verb to cut off the head.
-DENT ROOT DEFINITIONS. DENTAL Pertaining to teeth (adj)
Dict (to say) Dict (to say) Tract (pull) Tract (pull) Port (to carry) Port (to carry) Form (shape) Form (shape) Spect (to look) Spect (to look)
Quarter 1 Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words. hydro-
LATIN ROOT. Topic 1: SPECT (to look) Topic 2: FORM (to shape) Topic 3: PORT (to carry) Topic 4: TRACT (draw or pull) Topic 5: DICT (to say, speak) 100.
“dict” means to speak. dictionary This word describes a reference book that contains definitions of words and how to speak each word.
NCEE/SAT Vocab Week 4. Roots of the Day: SANGUIN and COR SANGUI(N)- = blood (from Latin sanguinis = blood) COR(D)- = heart (from Latin cor = heart)
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Industrial Revolution Vocabulary. Agrarian/Agricultural Revolution A period in the early 1700’s when there was an increase in the effectiveness of farming.
Root Meaning Examples liber, liver liberalize, deliverance, liberty, liberal free.
Root Words Test Friday Part 1 = matching Part 2 = word with root in it.
Tentacles, man’s head with a top hat, hands, pieces of land, and water.
Cap head. cap a covering for the head cape a strip of land projecting into a body of water; A headland.
Test Review. Tele- Post- Un- Liber Semi- Lum Equ Terr Magn Distant, far off After Not Free/freedom half, part Light Equal.
Morphology & Etymology If these words mean nothing to you, then you are not alone. They will be clear by the end of this presentation.
“DICT” A Greek/Latin root word meaning speak. Contradict Definition: to speak against; to say to opposite Part of Speech: verb.
Greek and Latin Roots Most modern English words originated from other languages.
Roots and Prefixes Roots: port, dict/dic, bio, struct Prefixes: bi-, de-, im/in-, pre-
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