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“Dict” Means “Speak”
diction One’s manner of speaking; enunciation
edict Public words used by an official and proclaiming a law or command
contradict To speak against; to deny the truth; to say the opposite
dictation Act of speaking so that another may write down
indictment Formal words spoken or written by a grand jury charging a person with a crime
dictionary A reference book in which spoken and written words are defined
predict To speak about future events, foretell
verdict The decision in a trial given by a jury
dictator A leader who speaks and rules with total power
dictum A judge’s ruling or statement
“Foli” means “Leaf”
bifoliate having two leaves
defoliant A chemical which causes green leaves to drop off
exfoliate To strip of leaves
foliage All the leaves of a plant
folic acid A vitamin contained in leafy green vegetables
folio pages (leaves) of a manuscript
portfolio a portable case for carrying sheets (leaves) of paper
trefoil a three-leaf clover
foil a thin sheet (leaf) of metal
unifoliate having one leaf
Foli On the following slide, how many of the words do you ALREADY know? Based on what you ALREADY know, what do you think the root word “FOLI” means?
Foli- LEAF. Bifoliate Adj Having two leaves Defoliant Noun A chemical which makes the leaves drop off.
ROOT WORDS Dict = Speak. Contradict To speak against; to say the opposite.
“dict” means to speak. dictionary This word describes a reference book that contains definitions of words and how to speak each word.
“DICT” A Greek/Latin root word meaning speak. Contradict Definition: to speak against; to say to opposite Part of Speech: verb.
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