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1 Word Within A Word 1- Part 2
Lesson 17 A

2 lingu- tongue mot- move nav- ship und- wave flect- bend coron- crown
Lesson 17 A lingu- tongue mot- move nav- ship und- wave flect- bend coron- crown aur- gold liter- letter rat- think sis- condition par- equal mens- measure

3 lingu Meaning- tongue Examples: Bilingual Linguist Lingua franca
Linguini language Bilingual- able to speak and understand two languages Linguist- a person who speaks several languages Lingua franca- a language that is used among people who speak various different languages Linguini- a type of pasta that is long, thin, and flat Language- the system of words or signs that people use to express thoughts and feelings to each other

4 mot Meaning- move Examples: Motor Motivation Demote Emotion Motion
Promote Motile Commotion Motor- a machine that produces motion or power for doing work Motivation- the act or process of giving someone a reason for doing something : the act or process of motivating someone Demote- to change the rank or position of (someone) to a lower or less important one Emotion- the affective aspect of consciousness; a state of feeling Motion- an act or process of moving Promote- to change the rank or position of (someone) to a higher or more important one Motile- exhibiting or capable of movement Commotion - a condition of civil unrest or insurrection

5 nav Meaning- ship Examples: Navy Naval Navigate Circumnavigate
Unnavigable Navy- the part of a country's military forces that fights at sea using ships, submarines, airplanes, etc. Naval-  of or relating to ships or shipping; of or relating to a country’s navy Navigate- to find the way to get to a place when you are traveling in a ship, airplane, car, etc. Circumnavigate- to travel all the way around (something) in a ship, airplane, etc. Unnavigable- not deep and wide enough for boats and ships to travel on or through; not capable of being navigated

6 und Meaning- wave Examples: Inundate Undulate Undulatory Undulation
Inundate- to cause (someone or something) to receive or take in a large amount of things at the same time; to cover (something) with a flood of water Undulate- having a wavy surface, edge, or markings <the undulatemargin of a leaf> Undulatory- moving in or resembling waves Undulation-  a rising and falling in waves

7 flect Meaning- bend Examples: Reflect Inflection Genuflect Deflect
Reflection Reflect- to move in one direction, hit a surface, and then quickly move in a different and usually opposite direction; to show the image of (something) on a surface Inflection- a rise or fall in the sound of a person's voice : a change in the pitch or tone of a person's voice Genuflect- to kneel on one knee and then rise again as an act of respect; to obey someone with power in a way that is seen as weak Deflect- to cause (something that is moving) to change direction Reflection - an image that is seen in a mirror or on a shiny surface

8 coron Meaning- crown Examples: Corona Coronation Coronary Coroner
Corona- a bright circle seen around the sun or the moon Coronation- a ceremony in which a crown is placed on the head of a new king or queen Coronary- of or relating to the heart and especially to the vessels that supply blood to the heart Coroner - a public official whose job is to find out the cause of death when people die in ways that are violent, sudden, etc.

9 aur Meaning- gold Examples: Aura Auriferous Aurora Auric
Aura- a special quality or feeling that seems to come from a person, place, or thing Auriferous- containing gold Aurora- dawn; a luminous phenomenon that consists of streamers or arches of light appearing in the upper atmosphere of a planet's magnetic polar regions and is caused by the emission of light from atoms excited by electrons accelerated along the planet's magnetic field lines Auric -of, relating to, or derived from gold

10 liter Meaning- letter Examples: Literature Illiterate Preliterate
Literati Literature- written works (such as poems, plays, and novels) that are considered to be very good and to have lasting importance Illiterate- not knowing how to read or write Preliterate- not yet employing writing as a cultural medium; lacking the use of writing Literati - the educated class;  persons interested in literature or the arts

11 rat Meaning- think Examples: Rational Ratio Irrational Ratiocinate
Rationalize Irate Rational- based on facts or reason and not on emotions or feelings; having the ability to reason or think about things clearly Ratio- the relationship that exists between the size, number, or amount of two things and that is often represented by two numbers Irrational-not thinking clearly : not able to use reason or good judgment Ratiocinate- reason Rationalize- to think about or describe something (such as bad behavior) in a way that explains it and makes it seem proper, more attractive, etc. Irate - arising from anger

12 sis Meaning- conditional Examples: Arteriosclerosis Osmosis Mitosis
Meiosis Catharsis Symbiosis Arteriosclerosis- a disease in which the walls of arteries become thick and hard so that it is difficult for blood to flow through them Osmosis- the process that causes a liquid (especially water) to pass through the wall of a living cell; an ability to learn and understand things gradually without much effort Mitosis- a process that takes place in the nucleus of a dividing cell, involves typically a series of steps consisting of prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase, and results in the formation of two new nuclei each having the same number of chromosomes as the parent nucleus Meiosis- the presentation of a thing with underemphasis especially in order to achieve a greater effect :  understatement; the cellular process that results in the number of chromosomes in gamete-producing cells being reduced to one half and that involves a reduction division in which one of each pair of homologous chromosomes passes to each daughter cell and a mitotic division Catharsis- the act or process of releasing a strong emotion (such as pity or fear) especially by expressing it in an art form Symbiosis - the relationship between two different kinds of living things that live together and depend on each other; a relationship between two people or groups that work with and depend on each other

13 par Meaning- equal Examples: Parity Disparity Par Compare Incomparable
Disparate Parity- the quality or state of being equal or equivalent Disparity- different from each other Par-  common level :  equality —usually used with on <judged the recording to be on a par with previous ones> Compare- to say that (something) is similar to something else Incomparable- better than any other : having no equal Disparate - different from each other

14 mens Meaning- measure Examples: Commensurate Immense Incommensurable
Dimension Commensurate- equal or similar to something in size, amount, or degree Immense- very great in size or amount Incommensurable- not commensurable; broadly :  lacking a basis of comparison in respect to a quality normally subject to comparison Mensurable- capable of being measured :  measurable Dimension - the length, width, height, or depth of something : a measurement in one direction (such as the distance from the ceiling to the floor in a room)

15 Word Within A Word 1- Part 2
Lesson 17 B

16 Lesson 17 B mony- condition quin- five socio- society ovi- egg phasia- speech pter- wing phen- apperance hist- tissue glott- tongue phan- appearance per- near or around pot- drink via- road

17 mony Meaning- condition Examples: Acrimony Harmony Matrimony Ceremony
Simony Parsimony Acrimony- angry and bitter feelings Harmony- the combination of different musical notes played or sung at the same time to produce a pleasing sound; a pleasing combination or arrangement of different things Matrimony-the joining together of a man and woman as husband and wife Ceremony- a formal act or event that is a part of a social or religious occasion Simony- the buying or selling of a church office or ecclesiastical preferment Parsimony- the quality of being careful with money or resources : thrift

18 quin Meaning- five Examples: Quintet Quintillion Quintuplet Quintuple
Quintessence Quindecagon Quintet- a group of five singers or musicians who perform together Quintillion- a number equal to 1 followed by 18 zeros Quintuplet- one of five babies that are born at the same time to the same mother Quintuple- five times bigger in size or amount; having five parts or including five people or things Quintessence- the essence of a thing in its purest and most concentrated form; the fifth and highest element in ancient and medieval philosophy that permeates all nature and is the substance composing the celestial bodies Quindecagon – a polygon having 15 angles and 15 sides.

19 socio Meaning- society Examples: Sociology Sociable Socialism
Sociopath Dissociate Sociology- the study of society, social institutions, and social relationships Sociable- liking to be with and talk to other people Socialism- a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government rather than by individual people and companies Sociopath- someone who behaves in a dangerous or violent way towards other people and does not feel guilty about such behavior Dissociate - to end your relationship with or connection to someone or something : to separate (yourself) from someone or something

20 ovi Meaning- egg Examples: Oviducts Oviparous Ovipositors
Ovoviviparous Ovisac Oviform Ovary Oval Oviducts- a tube through which eggs pass from the ovary of a female animal Oviparous- producing eggs that develop and hatch outside the maternal body; also :  involving the production of such eggs Ovipositors- a specialized organ (as of an insect) for depositing eggs Ovoviviparous- producing eggs that develop within the maternal body (as of various fishes or reptiles) and hatch within or immediately after release from the parent Ovisac- graafian follicle (a mature follicle in a mammalian ovary that contains a liquid-filled cavity and that ruptures during ovulation to release an egg—called also vesicular ovarian follicle) Oviform-shaped like an egg Ovary- one of the typically paired essential female reproductive organs that produce eggs and in vertebrates female sex hormones, that occur in the adult human as oval flattened bodies about one and a half inches (four centimeters) long suspended from the dorsal surface of the broad ligament of either side, that arise from the mesonephros, and that consist of a vascular fibrous stroma enclosing developing egg cells Oval -

21 phasia Meaning- speech Examples: Aphasis Dysphasia Apophasis
Aphasis - Partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language, resulting from damage to the brain caused by injury or disease. Dysphasia- Impairment of speech and verbal comprehension, especially when associated with brain injury. Apophasis - Allusion to something by denying that it will be mentioned, as in I will not bring up my opponent's questionable financial dealings.

22 pter Meaning- wing Examples: Pterodactyl Helicopter Pterosaur
Archaeopteryx Chiropteran Pterodactyl- a large flying animal that lived long ago when dinosaurs were alive Helicopter- an aircraft that can stay in the air without moving forward and that has metal blades that turn around on its top Pterosaur-  any of an order (Pterosauria) of extinct flying reptiles existing from the Late Triassic throughout the Jurassic and most of the Cretaceous and having a featherless wing membrane extending from the side of the body along the arm to the end of the greatly elongated fourth digit Archaeopteryx- a primitive crow-sized bird (genus Archaeopteryx) of the Upper Jurassic period of Europe having reptilian characteristics (as teeth and a long bony tail) Chiropteran - bat

23 phen Meaning- appearance Examples: Phenomenon Phenotype Phosphenes
Fancy Fantasy Phenomenon-something (such as an interesting fact or event) that can be observed and studied and that typically is unusual or difficult to understand or explain fully; someone or something that is very impressive or popular especially because of an unusual ability or quality Phenotype- the observable properties of an organism that are produced by the interaction of the genotype and the environment Phosphenes- a luminous impression due to excitation of the retina Fancy- to take pleasure in (something) Fantasy- the act of imagining something

24 hist Meaning- tissue Examples: Histopathology Histolysis Histology
Histogenesis Histopathology- a branch of pathology concerned with the tissue changes characteristic of disease Histolysis- the breakdown of bodily tissues Histology- a branch of anatomy that deals with the minute structure of animal and plant tissues as discernible with the microscope Histogenesis - the formation and differentiation of tissues

25 glott Meaning- tongue Examples: Epiglottis Polyglot Glossolalia
Glottal Monoglot Glossectomy Epiglottis- a thin plate of flexible cartilage in front of the glottis that folds back over and protects the glottis during swallowing Polyglot- a book containing versions of the same text in several languages Glossolalia- tongue Glottal-  of, relating to, or produced in or by the glottis Monoglot- using or expressed in only one language Glossectomy - surgical removal of all or part of the tongue

26 Phan Meaning- appearance Examples: Phantom Epiphany Diaphanous
Sycophant Cellophane Theophany Phantom- the soul of a dead person thought of as living in an unseen world or as appearing to living people Epiphany- a moment in which you suddenly see or understand something in a new or very clear way Diaphanous- used to describe cloth that is very thin and light Sycophant- a person who praises powerful people in order to get their approval Cellophane- a thin transparent material that is used for wrapping things Theophany - a visible manifestation of a deity (deity- god or goddess)

27 Meaning- near or around
peri Meaning- near or around Examples: Perimeter Perihelion Perigee Periphery Periodical Perimeter-the outside edge of an area or surface Perihelion- the point in the path of a celestial body (as a planet) that is nearest to the sun Perigee- the point in outer space where an object traveling around the Earth (such as a satellite or the moon) is closest to the Earth Periphery- the outside edge of an area; the area that surrounds a place or thing Periodical - published with a fixed interval between the issues or numbers

28 pot Meaning- drink Examples: Potable Potion Potation Potatory Compote
Symposium Potable- suitable for drinking Potion- a drink that is meant to have a special or magical effect on someone Potation- a usually alcoholic drink or brew Potatory- Of, relating to, or given to drinking. Compote- a dessert made of fruits cooked with sugar Symposium - a formal meeting at which experts discuss a particular topic

29 via Meaning- road Examples: Via Viaduct Trivia Via avion Obviate
Obvious Via media Via- by going through (a particular place); by way of (a particular place) Viaduct- a long, high bridge that carries a road or railroad over something (such as a valley) Trivia- unimportant facts or details Via avion- avion is the French word for airplane Obviate- to make (something) no longer necessary; to prevent or avoid (something) Obvious- easy to see or notice Via media- a middle way or compromise between extremes.


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