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VOCAB LIST #2 for Greek and Latin Roots
Poly Many; several Polygamy Polynomial Polygon Polyglot
Mono One Monogram Monocle Monochrome Monologue
Pan All Panacea Pangaea Panoramic Pandemonium
Bi Two Bicycle Binoculars Bifocals Bipolar Bigamy
Semi Half of Semicircle Semicolon Semester
Meter, metr Measure Geometry Barometer Metric system Symmetrical
Post After Postscript Postpartum Post-traumatic stress disorder Postpone Postmortem
Pre Before Preview Preliminary Prejudice Prefix Premature Predict
Em, En, Endo Within, into, inside of Embrace Enact Embark Enter Enclose Embryo
Ex, Exo Outside of Exoskeleton Exhale Exit Extract
A, An Not, without Amoral Anarchy Atypical Anonymous
Co, Con, Com, Col Together, with Cooperation Collate Committee Companion Conduct Collage
Neo New Neonatal Neophyte Neologism
Pseudo Fake, false, phony Pseudonym Pseudoscience
The, Theo God, religion Theology Monotheism Polytheism Atheist Theocracy
Inter Between Intertwine Interrupt Interstate Intercept intermission
Peri Around Perimeter Peripatetic Periphery Periscope
Tele Far, distance Telescope Telephone Telegram Television Teleport
Sub Below, beneath Submarine Subway Substandard Submerge Subtitle Subliminal
Super Above, more than, beyond Superman Superhuman Supervisor Superconductor Superficial Superfluous
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