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1 Preview of Roots

2 91. fort:______

3 91. fort: strong

4 fortify: __________

5 91. fort: strong fortify: strengthen

6 91. fort: strong comfort: __________ ________ ________

7 91. fort: strong comfort: To give strength (or to ease)

8 91. fort: strong fortitude: ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________

9 91. fort: strong fortitude: strength of mind that allows one to endure pain or adversity with courage.

10 91. fort: strong forte: ___________________

11 91. fort: strong forte: in a loud, strong manner

12 91. fort: strong fort: ____________

13 91. fort: strong fort: a stronghold Fort Knox

14 91. fort: strong fortress: ______________ ________________________ ________________________ __ Hohensalzburg Fortress

15 91. fort: strong fortress: a large, permanent military stronghold that often includes a town Hohensalzburg Fortress

16 92. fract: break fraction: a disconnected piece; a fragment.

17 92. fract: break fraction: a disconnected piece; a fragment.

18 92. fract: break infraction: the act of breaking (as in rules or the law)

19 92. fract: break infraction: the act of breaking (as in rules or the law)

20 92. fract: break refractory: obstinate; unmanageable; difficult to melt or work

21 92. fract: break refractory: obstinate; unmanageable; difficult to melt or work

22 92. fract: break fracture: the act or process of breaking.

23 92. fract: break fracture: the act or process of breaking.

24 93. frag: break

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26 fragile: easily broken, damaged, or destroyed

27 93. frag: break fragile: easily broken, damaged, or destroyed

28 93. frag: break fragment: a small part broken off or detached.

29 93. frag: break fragment: a small part broken off or detached.

30 94. frater: brother

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32 fraternal: of or relating to brothers

33 94. frater: brother fraternity: brotherliness

34 94. frater: brother fraternize: to associate with others in a brotherly way

35 94. frater: brother Friar: a member of a usually mendicant Roman Catholic order. [Middle English frere, from Old French, from Latin frater]

36 94. frater: brother Friar: a member of a usually mendicant Roman Catholic order. [Middle English frere, from Old French, from Latin frater]

37 95. fus

38 95. fus: pour

39 refuse: to indicate unwillingness to do, accept, give, or allow

40 95. fus: pour refuse: to indicate unwillingness to do, accept, give, or allow

41 95. fus: pour diffuse: to pour out and cause to spread freely.

42 95. fus: pour diffuse: to pour out and cause to spread freely.

43 95. fus: pour profuse: giving or given (poured out) freely and abundantly

44 95. fus: pour profuse: giving or given (poured out) freely and abundantly

45 95. fus transfusion: the pouring out of something from one thing into another

46 95. fus transfusion: the pouring out of something from one thing into another

47 96. gam: _______

48 96. gam: marriage

49 bigamist: the criminal offense of marrying one person while still legally married to another. (bi=two gam=marriage)

50 96. gam: marriage bigamist: the criminal offense of marrying one person while still legally married to another. (bi=two gam=marriage)

51 96. gam misogamist: one who hates marriage

52 96. gam misogamist: one who hates marriage

53 96. gam gamete: a cell that fuses with another cell

54 96. gam gamete: a cell that fuses with another cell

55 97. gen: ________________

56 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin

57 generation: all of the offspring that are at the same stage of descent from a common ancestor

58 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin generation: all of the offspring that are at the same stage of descent from a common ancestor

59 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genius: extraordinary intellectual and creative power.

60 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genius: extraordinary intellectual and creative power.

61 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin generate: to bring into being; give rise to

62 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin generate: to bring into being; give rise to

63 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin gentleman: a man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position

64 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin gentleman: a man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position

65 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin generous: characterized by nobility and forbearance in thought or behavior (literally “of noble birth”)

66 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin generous: characterized by nobility and forbearance in thought or behavior (literally “of noble birth”)

67 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genesis: the coming into being of something

68 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genesis: the coming into being of something

69 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genetics: the branch of biology that deals with heredity

70 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genetics: the branch of biology that deals with heredity

71 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genre: a type or class

72 97. gen: race, birth, kind, origin genre: a type or class

73 98. geo: _____

74 98. geo: earth

75 geode: a hollow, usually spheroidal rock with crystals lining the inside wall (literally “earthlike”)

76 98. geo: earth geode: a hollow, usually spheroidal rock with crystals lining the inside wall (literally “earthlike”)

77 98. geo: earth geology: the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth.

78 98. geo: earth geology: the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth.

79 98. geo: earth geometry: the mathematics of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids (literally “to measure land”)

80 98. geo: earth geometry: the mathematics of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids (literally “to measure land”)

81 99. gni: ____

82 99. gni: know

83 cognitive: having a basis in factual knowledge.

84 99. gni: know cognitive: having a basis in factual knowledge.

85 99. gni: know recognize: to or identify from past experience

86 100. gno: ____

87 100. gno: know

88 ignorant: lacking education or knowledge.

89 100. gno: know ignorant: lacking education or knowledge.

90 100. gno: know ignore: to refuse ‘to know’

91 100. gno: know ignore: to refuse ‘to know’

92 100. gno: know prognosticate: to know beforehand

93 100. gno: know prognosticate: to know beforehand


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