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Roots List Nineteen
Root Meaning Examples simil, simul similar, assimilate, simulate, simultaneous like, resembling
Root Meaning Examples sist, sta, stit stand assist, persist, static, stamina, status, stable, substitute
Root Meaning Examples scope see, watch telescope, microscope, kaleidoscope, periscope, stethoscope
Root Meaning Examples solus alone solo, soliloquy, solitaire, solitude
Root Meaning Examples solv, solu loosen solvent, solve, absolve, resolve, solution, resolution
Root Meaning Examples somnus sleep insomnia, somnambulist
Root Meaning Examples soph wise sophomore, philosophy, sophisticated
Root Meaning Examples spec, spect, spic look specimen, specific, spectator, prospect, conspicuous
Root Meaning Examples sphere Ball, sphere sphere, stratosphere, hemisphere, spheroid
Root Meaning Examples spir breath spirit, conspire, inspire, expire, perspire, respiration
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