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VOCABULARY UNIT #19
Melanoma Oma = tumor Melanoma is a type of skin cancer.
Resolve Solv = loosen If Anne and Will would speak to each other, maybe they could resolve their argument.
Gravity Grav = heavy He was in the hospital for a week due to the gravity of his injuries.
Hibernal Hibern = winter Bears are hibernal animals because they sleep throughout the winter.
Meteorologist Meteor = high The meteorologist reported that a hurricane is forming over the Atlantic Ocean.
Melancholy Mela = black She was very melancholy after breaking up with her boyfriend.
Vice President Vice = in place of The Vice President accompanied the President to the State Dinner.
Foliage Foli = leaf The forest is full of beautiful foliage during spring.
Orbit Orb = circle The Earth orbits around the Sun.
Multiply Multi = many The number wedding guests multiplied after my mother began working on the guest list.
Ignition Ign = fire Turning the key in the ignition will start the car.
Mollify Moll = soft We could do nothing to mollify the man’s anger.
Lineage Lin = line I can trace my lineage back to George Washington.
Hemisphere Hemi = half The United States is located in the Northern Hemisphere.
Gradually Grad = step We plan to gradually renovate our condo, working on one room at a time.
Radiance The diamond’s radiance could be seen from across the room.
Obstinate Ob = against The child’s obstinate behavior resulted in a long time out.
Narcotics Narco = sleep Medicines that contain narcotics make you very sleepy.
Ophthalmologist Opthal = eye If your eye remains irritated, you will need to see an opthalmologist.
Pneumo lung pneumonia. ob against obsolete obstinate.
Kilo thousand kilometer kilogram. meteor high meteorite meteorology.
Red rub. come ven tumor oma drive pulse eye ophthal.
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