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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 LESSON 17 A
Meaning- tongue Examples: Bilingual Linguist Lingua franca Linguini language LINGU
Meaning- move Examples: Motor Motivation Demote Emotion Motion Promote Motile Commotion MOT
Meaning- ship Examples: Navy Naval Navigate Circumnavigate Unnavigable NAV
Meaning- wave Examples: Inundate Undulate Undulatory Undulation UND
Meaning- bend Examples: Reflect Inflection Genuflect Deflect Reflection FLECT
Meaning- crown Examples: Corona Coronation Coronary Coroner CORON
Meaning- gold Examples: Aura Auriferous Aurora Auric AUR
Meaning- letter Examples: Literature Illiterate Preliterate Literati LITER
Meaning- think Examples: Rational Ratio Irrational Ratiocinate Rationalize Irate RAT
Meaning- conditional Examples: Arteriosclerosis Osmosis Mitosis Meiosis Catharsis Symbiosis SIS
Meaning- equal Examples: Parity Disparity Par Compare Incomparable Disparate PAR
Meaning- measure Examples: Commensurate Immense Incommensurable Mensurable Dimension MENS
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 LESSON 17 B
Meaning- condition Examples: Acrimony Harmony Matrimony Ceremony Simony Parsimony MONY
Meaning- five Examples: Quintet Quintillion Quintuplet Quintuple Quintessence Quindecagon QUIN
Meaning- society Examples: Sociology Sociable Socialism Sociopath Dissociate SOCIO
Meaning- egg Examples: Oviducts Oviparous Ovipositors Ovoviviparous Ovisac Oviform Ovary Oval OVI
Meaning- speech Examples: Aphasis Dysphasia Apophasis PHASIA
Meaning- wing Examples: Pterodactyl Helicopter Pterosaur Archaeopteryx Chiropteran PTER
Meaning- appearance Examples: Phenomenon Phenotype Phosphenes Fancy Fantasy PHEN
Meaning- tissue Examples: Histopathology Histolysis Histology Histogenesis HIST
Meaning- tongue Examples: Epiglottis Polyglot Glossolalia Glottal Monoglot Glossectomy GLOTT
Meaning- appearance Examples: Phantom Epiphany Diaphanous Sycophant Cellophane Theophany PHAN
Meaning- near or around Examples: Perimeter Perihelion Perigee Periphery Periodical PERI
Meaning- drink Examples: Potable Potion Potation Potatory Compote Symposium POT
Meaning- road Examples: Via Viaduct Trivia Via avion Obviate Obvious Via media VIA
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