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GREEK AND LATIN ROOTS, SUFFIXES, AND PREFIXES CORONADO FRESHMEN
UNIT 1 1.a, anwithout, notanonymous, apathy, agnostic, atheist, aphonic, asexual, achromatic 2.amphi, amphboth, aroundamphitheater, amphibian, amphibious 3. anti, antagainst, antipathy, anti-toxin, anti-Semite, counteractionantagonist, anti-body, anti-aircraft, antibiotic, antifreeze 4. ec, exoutexodus, exit, excrement, excavate, excommunicate, exclude, exorcism, eccentric, ecstasy 5. Eninenergy, enclose, endow, endure, enforce, engrave, entitle, envoy, enchilada
UNIT 2 1.Hypounderhypodermic, hypoactive, hypocrite, hypoglycemia, hypothermia 2.Hyperoverhypercritical, hyperactive, hyperbole, hypertension 3.Periaroundperimeter, periscope, periphery, peripheral 4.Probeforeproceed, program, project, progress, prognostic, promote, procreate 5.Sym, syntogethersymphony, sympathy, symmetry, symbol, synthetic, synchronize
UNIT 3 1.Anthrop, man, mankindanthropology, anthropomorphic, philanthropist 2.Philo, philelove, lover ofphilanthropist, philosopher, philology, philharmonic 3.Mishatemisanthrope, misogynist, misrepresent, miscreant 4.Phono, phonsoundphonograph, phonetics, microphone, megaphone, aphonic 5.Graph, gramwrite, draw, recordphonograph, graphite
UNIT 4 1.scop, sceptlook at; examinetelescope, microscope, skeptskeptical, periscope 2. Eugood, welleuphony, euphoric, euphemism, euthanasia 3. Cacobadcacophony, cacography 4.mega, megalolargemegaphone, megalopolis, megalomania 5.Microsmallmicrophone, microscope, microcosm, microbe
UNIT 5 1. Tele, tel, telofar, distanttelephone, television, telescope 2. arch, archirule, governmonarchy, anarchy, extremeoligarchy, gynarchy, archrival, 3. Dempeopledemocracy, democratic, demagogue 4. Gonanglepolygon, hexagon, pentagon 5. Gynwomenphilogyny, gynarchy, misogynist, androgynous
UNIT 6 1.the/theogodpolytheist*, atheist*, monotheist, theology, theologian 2.Geoearthgeology, geography, geometry, geocentric* 3.Heliosunheliotherapy*, helium, heliotrope 4.Chrontimechronology, chronometer*, chronicle, chronological 5.Chromcolorchromatic, polychrome*, monochrome*
UNIT 7 1.Logspeech, word, ideaeulogy, logic, biology, discussion, reason, studypsychology, philology 2. Archaeancientarchaeology, archaic 3.Heterovarious, unlike, differentheterosexual, heterogeneous, heterodox 4.Homosamehomophone, homogeneous, homonym, homogenize 5.Polymanypolygraph, polygamy, polytheist, polygon, polyglot
UNIT 8 1.Metermeasurepentameter, chronometer, altimeter, barometer 2.Cyclcirclebicycle, tricycle, unicycle, cyclical 3.Pathemotionpathology, empathy, sympathy, sufferingpathetic, telepathy 4.panallpandemic, pantheism, pandemonium 5.Toxpoisontoxic, anti-toxin, toxin, intoxicate
UNIT 9 1.Tomcutlobotomy, atom, appendectomy, tonsillectomy 2.Dermskindermatitis, hypodermic, dermatology 3.Pacpeacepacify, pacifist, Pacific Ocean 4.Biolifebiology, biography, autobiography 5.Psychmind, soulpsychology, psychosomatic, psychopath
UNIT 10 1.Neonewneolith, neophyte, neon, neonatal 2.Spec, spiclook, seespectacles, spectator, inauspicious, prospect 3.Thermheatthermal, thermometer, thermos 4.Hiersacredhieroglyphics, hierarchy, hierophant 5. Astrstarastronaut, astrology, astronomy
UNIT 11 1.Cosmworld, ordermicrocosm, cosmonaut, cosmopolitan 2.Polis, poutcitycosmopolitan, acropolis, metropolis, political 3.Autoselfautograph, autobiography, automobile, automatic 4.Gammarriagepolygamy, bigamy, monogamy, misogamy 5.Morphshapeamorphous, morphology, morphine
UNIT 12 1.Schizsplitschizophrenia, schism, schizoid 2.Pseudofalsepseudonym, pseudo-science 3.Thanas,deatheuthanasia, thanatology thanat 4.Mimimitatemimic, mime, mimeograph, mimicry 5.Sophwisesophomore, philosopher, sophisticated
UNIT 13 1.Necrodeadnecropolis, necrology, necromancy 2.Thermheatthermal, thermometer, thermostat, thermophile, thermos 3.Hydrwaterhydrant, hydraulic, hydrophobia, hydropower, hydroplane 4.Photlightphotograph, photophobic, phosphate phos 5. Pyrfirepyre, pyromaniac, pyrex, pyrometer
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