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Greek and Latin 1-150

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #1

 

1.  a, an, in        (not, without)

     a.  atheism – denial of the existence of God

     b.  anarchy – absence of rule

     c.  inactive – not showing activity

 

2.  ant, anti, contra, contro        (against, opposite)

a.  contradict – to assert the opposite of what someone has said

     b.  antiphony – the opposition of sound

     c.  antonym – opposite in meaning

 

3.  bio, vit     (life)

     a.  biography – the story of someone’s life

     b.  symbiosis – living together

     c.  vital – essential to life

 

4.  (o)logy     (the study of or the science of)

     a.  zoology – the study of animals and animal life

b.  sociology – the study of social relations,          organizations and change

c.  archaeology – study of the life of ancient     peoples

 

5.  psych(o)     (mind, spirit)

     a.  psycholograph – instrument that records mental

          processes

     b.  psychosis – a condition of mental illness

     c.  psychosomatic – physical disorder due to mental    

          state

 

6.  phil, philo, phile     (to love, lover of)

     a.   bibliophile – a lover of books

     b.   philanthropy –a love of mankind

     c.  philology – a love of learning and speech

 

7.  act          (to do, to drive) 

     a.  action -state of doing

     b.  actor - one who does something

     c.  hyperactive

 

8.  hyper, super, sur     (over, above)

     a.  hypermetric- exceeding normal measure

     b.  supervisor - one who oversees others

     c.  survive

 

9.  hypo, sub     (under, below)

     a.  hypodermic - under the skin

     b.  hypothermia - a condition of reduced

          temperature

     c.  submarine

 

10.  mono, uni     (one)

     a.  monocentric - having only one center

     b.  monogyny -custom of having only one wife

     c.  unison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays  and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #2

 

 

11.  poly     (many)

     a.  polyarchy - rule by many

     b.  polygamy - custom of having many mates at one time

     c.  polyphonic

 

 

12.  auto     (self)

     a.  autobiography - story on one's own life

     b.  automatic - working by itself

     c.  autograph

 

 

13.  bi, du     (two)

     a.  bicycle - vehicle with two wheels

     b.  biannual - 

     c.  biped – 

 

 

14.  graph, gram     (written record, to write)

a.  telegram - a written record from a distance or afar

     b.  phonograph - 

     c.  paragraph – 

 

 

15.  homo     (same, alike)

     a.  homogeneous - made of the same or uniform

                 parts

     b.  homonym - 

     c.  homograph - 

 

16.  patr, pater     (father)

a.  patriot - someone who loves his/her   "fatherland"    

     (country of origin)

     b.  paternal - 

     c.  patriarch - 

 

17.  tele     (distance, from afar)

     a.  television - an appliance that allows one to see from afar

     b.  telepathic - 

     c.  telescope - 

 

18.  y, ion, tion, ism     (state, quality, act)

       a.  absenteeism - state of being absent

       b.  enunciation - the quality of uttering articulate   

            sounds

c.  telepathy - the act of communicating from one mind  to      

     another through extrasensory means

 

19. andr(o)                (man, male)

a. android- an automatron with the form of a man

b. androgen - a male sex hormone

c. androgynous - having characteristics of both male and

    females

 

20.     anthrop(o), hum  (man, mankind)

a. anthropology - the study of mankind

b. anthropomorphic - having human like characteristics

c. anthropocentric - considering human beings as the most

    important in the universe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #3

 

21. dem(o), pop       (people)

a. democracy- government by the people

b. democratic- based on principles of a government by the people 

c. demography- the study of the characteristics of human populations  

 

                    

22.     matr, mater         (mother)

a. maternal - motherly

b. matricide - murder of one's mother

c. matriarch - woman who is the mother of a family group

 

 

23.     ped             (child)

a. pedagogy - the profession of teaching children

b. pediatrician - a doctor who specializes in treating children

c. pedodontist - a child's dentist

 

 

24.     vis              (to see)

a. television - an invention that allows seeing from afar

b. vision - the ability to see

c. visible - capable of being seen

 

 

25.      somat, corp         (body)

a. somatic

b. psychosomatic

c. somatology

d.

 

26.       pod(o), ped           (foot)

a. podology

b. cephalopod

c. bipod

d.

 

 

27.      opt(o)                 (eye)

a. optical

b. optician

c. optimistic

d.

 

 

28.      oid               (like or resembling)

a. anthropoid

b. celluloid

c. crystalloid

d.

 

29.      manu                 (hand)

a. manual

b. manuscript

c. manufacture

d.

 

30.      naut       (sailor, ship)

a.       nautical

b.      nausea

c.       nautilus

d.       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #4

 

 

31.     ive                       (of, belonging to, having the nature of)

a. supportive

b. secretive

c. tentative

d.

 

 

 

32.       itis         (disease)

a. tonsillitis

b. bronchitis

c. cellulitis

d.

 

 

 

33.     ic, ine, al      (like, having the nature of)

a. hysteric       

b. phonics

c. hypnotic

d.

 

 

 

34.     ia, sis, osis      (state of, condition of, action of)

a. antisepsis

b. psychosis

c. hypnosis

d.

 

 

 

35.      hem                   (blood)

a. hematoma

b. hematic

c. hemacytometer

d.

 

36.     heli(o)                (sun)

a. heliotrope

b. heliotherapy

c. heliocentric

d.

 

 

37.      gyn(ec)                 (woman)

a. gynecologist

b. gynophobia

c. androgynous

d.

 

 

 

38.      geo, terr              (earth, land)

a. geology

b. terrarium

c. territory

d.

 

 

39.      gen(o)             (born, descent, origin)

        a. generation

b. genealogy

c. genetics

d.

 

 

40.     cosm(o)      (universe, world)    

a. cosmic

b. cosmopolitan

c. cosmos

d.

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #5

 

                                             

41.     cephal, cap     (head)

a. hydrocephalus

b. capital

c. cephalometer

d.

 

 

42.     cardi(o), cor                    (heart)

a. cardiology

b. cardiotachometer

c. coronary

       d. 

 

 

  43.   bronch(o)     (windpipe)

            a. bronchitis

     b. bronchoscope

     c. bronchus

     d.

 

 

    44.   astr(o), stell (star)

            a. asteroid

    b. astrology

    c. stellar

    d.

                

 

 

 

 

                             

    45.   arthr(o)               (joint)

    a. arthritis

    b. arthropod

    c. arthroscope

    d.

 

 

    46.   hydro, aqua     (water)

    a. aquarium

    b. aqueduct

    c. hydroelectricity

    d.

 

 

    47.     able, ible     (can or will be)

    a. perishable

    b. lovable

    c. legible

    d.

 

 

    48.     (k)chron(o), temp     (time)

    a. chronic    

    b. chronological

    c.  temporal

    d.

 


49.   derm(at)       (skin)

          a. dermatologist

          b. dermatoplasty

          c. dermatitis

          

 

50.  frac, frag       (break)    

          a. fracture       

          b. fraction

          c. fragile

 Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #6

 

 

51.  fore, pre     (in front of, before)

          a. foremost

          b. preview

          c. forecast

          

 

52.  circum, peri        (around, on all sides)

          a. circumnavigate

          b. circumference

          c. perimeter

          

 

53.  semi                    (half)

          a. semester

          b. semiarid

          c. semicircle

          

 

 

54.  metr, meter     (measure)

          a. kilometer

          b. psychometrics

          c. cephalometer

          

 

 

 

55. flect, flex       (to bend or curve)  

          a. flexible

          b. inflection

          c. flexuous

          d.

56. serpent      (to creep)

          a. serpent

          b. serpentine

          c. serpigo

          d.

 

 

57. bene, bon      (well, good)

          a. beneficial

          b. benediction

          c. bonus

          d.

 

 

58.   bibli(o), libre      (book)

          a. bibliography

          b. library

          c. bibliophile

          d.

 

 

59.  flu     (to wave, to flow)

         a. fluctuation

         b. fluent

         c. fluid

         d.

 

 

              

60.  cide     (to strike, to kill)

         a. suicide

         b. homicide

         c. genocide

         d.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #7

 

 61. dis                          (opposite)

          a. disrespect

          b. disable

          c. disagreement

          d.

 

 

62. equ                      (equal, level, even, flat)

          a. equality

          b. equanimity

          c. equation

          d.

 

 

 63. flam, pyre, igni      (to burn, fire)

          a. flammable

          b. pyrotechnics

          c. ignite

          d.

 

 

64. mania                     (madness, mental excitement)

          a. maniacal

          b. mania

          c. pyromaniac

          d.

 

 

65. phon(o)                  (sound)

          a. phonics

          b. telephone

          c. phoneme

          d.

66. pisc                        (fish)

          a. Pisces

          b. pisciculture

          c. piscivorous

          d.

 

 

 

67.    re           (back, again)   

         a. reaction

         b. recall

         c. recite

         d.

 

 

 

68.   struct         (to put together, arrange)

         a. structure

         b. construct

         c. reconstruct

         d.

 

 

 

69.  tens         (to stretch, to extend)

         a. tension

         b. tense

         c. tensile

         d.

 

 

 

70.  the(o)                    (God)

         a. theology

         b. theocracy

         c. theomorphic

         d.

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #8

 

 

71.  therm(o)          (warmth, heat)

         a. thermometer

         b. thermos

         c. thermodynamics

         d.

 

 

72.  trans                     (across, over)

         a. transfer

         b. transatlantic

         c. transcend

         d.

 

 

 

73.  asin            (donkey; ass)

a. asinine

b. asininely

c. asininity

 

 

74.   api                    (bees)   

a. apiary

b.apiarist

c. apiarian

 

 

75.  aquil          (eagle)

          a. aquiline

   b. aquilinity

 

76.  bov            (ox; cow)

a. bovine

b. bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

 

 

 

77.  entom         (insect)

a. entomology

b. entomologist

c. entomological

 

 

 

78.   fel               (cat)

a. feline

        b. felinity 

 

 

 

79. can              (sing; tune)

      A. cantata

      B. cantor

      C. canorous

      D. 

 

 

 

80. klept (o)                (thief)

      A. kleptomania

      B. kleptomaniac

      C. kleptocracy

      D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #9

 

 

81. crac                      (rule)

      A. plutocracy

      B. democracy

      C. aristocracy

      D.

 

 

 

82.  co, con, com, syn, sym            (together)

      A. synopsis

      B. symbiotic

      C. contagious

      D.

 

 

 

83. eer, or, yer, er, ist      (someone who; something that)

     A. lawyer

     B. auctioneer

     C. columnist

     D. 

 

 

 

84. (k)chrom(o)            (color)

      A. monochrome

      B. polychrome

      C. urochrome

      D. 

 

 

 

85. leo(n)          (lion)

      A. Leo

      B. leonine

      C. leopard

 

 

 

86. lup              (wolf)

      A. lupine

      B. lupus

      C. lupinous

 

 

 

87. porc               (hog; pig)

      A. porcine

      B. porcupine

      C. porcinus

 

 

 

88. phob(ia)           (fear)

     A. acrophobia

     B. claustrophobia

     C. xenophobia

 

 

 

89. scop, spec, spic           (see; sight; view)

     A. microscope

     B. telescope

     C. hydroscope

 

 

90. gam         (marriage)

     A. bigamist

     B. gamete

     C. misogamist

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #10

 

 

91.  arium     (place of)

          a.  aquarium

          b.  terrarium

          c.  solarium

 

 

92.  centi     (hundred)

          a.  centimeter

          b.  century

          c.  centigrade

 

 

 

93.  ex     (out)

          a.  exit

          b.  example

          c.  executive

 

 

94.  omni, pan     (all)

          a.  omniscient

          b.  pantheon

          c.  panorama

 

 

 

95.  pro     (forward)

          a.  progress

          b.  procession

          c.  procreate

96.  post     (after)

          a.  postpone

          b.  posthumous

          c.  postnatal

 

 

 

97.  micro     (small)

       A.  microbiologist

       B.  microfilm

       C.  microwave

 

 

 

98.  verse, vert     (turn)

       A.  convert

       B.  diversion

       C.  invert

 

 

 

99.  strain, strict, string      (bind, tie or draw tight)

       A.  stringent

       B.  restrain

       C.  constrict

 

 

 

100.  cede, ceed, cess     (go, yield)

        A.  concede

        B.  proceed

        C.  recess

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #11

 

 

101.  mis     (bad)

        A.  miscarriage

        B.  misbehave

        C.  misogynist

 

 

102.  miss; mit     (send)

        A.  dismiss

        B.  submit

        C.  transmit

 

 

103.  junct, join, jug   (to join, meet, or link)

          A.  junction

          B.  conjoined

          C.  jugular

 

 

104.  ject     (throw)

          A.  eject

          B.  projectile

          C.  reject

 

 

 

105.  pneumo (air, wind)

          A. pneumatic

          B.  pneumatology

          C. pneumonia

 

106.  socio     (companion, friend)

          A. antisocial

           social

          C. sociopath

 

 

 

107.  sect     (cut; separate)

          A. bisect

          B. sectional

          C. sector

 

 

 

108.  tract     (pull)

          A.  extract

          B.  tractor

          C.  subtract

 

 

 

109.  path    (feeling)

          A.  sympathy

          B.  empathy

          C.  apathy

 

 

 

110.  phys     (body; nature)

          A.  physical

          B.  physics

          C.  physician

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #$12

 

 

111.  tact     (touch)

          A.  contact

          B.  tactile8

          C.  tacky

 

 

 

112.  vac     (empty)

          A.  vacant

          B.  vacuum

          C.  vacation

 

 

 

113.  –ious/-ous     (possessing; full of)

          A. gracious

          B. joyous

          C.  nervous

 

 

114.  –ate/-fy/-ify/-ize     (to make)

          A.  activate

          B. personify

          C.  magnetize

 

 

115.  quir/quis      (seek;  ask)    

          A. acquire

          B. exquisite

          C. require

116.  secu/sequ     (to follow)

          A. sequel

          B. consecutive

          C. inconsequential

 

 

 

117.  fer      (bear, carry)

          A. transfer

          B. vociferous

          C. infertile

 

 

 

118.  lect     (gather, choose)

          A. select

          B. intellect

          C. recollect

 

 

 

119.  cla(i)m         (call out)

          A. clamor

          B. exclaim

          C. disclaim

 

 

 

120.  cil       (unite)

          A. reconcile

          B. conciliate

          C. conciliator

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week # 13

 

 

121.  mort/mortis           (death)

          A.  mortify

          B.  mortician

          C.  mortal

 

 

122.  clus/clud      (close, shut)

          A.  exclude

          B.  conclude

          C.  inclusive

 

 

123.  pel/pul                  (drive; strike)

          A.  propulsion

          B.  pulsate

          C.  expulsion

 

 

124.  dit/dat                   (give; push)

          A.  addition

          B.  editorial

          C.  tradition

 

 

 

125.  cur(r)           (run)

          A.  concur

          B.  concurrent

          C.  incursion

 

126.  pos              (place, put, set)

          A.  expose

          B.  repository

          C.  proposition

 

 

 

127.  acro     (tip, top, end)

            A.  acrobat

            B.  acropolis

            C.  acronym

 

 

 

128.  iso      (equal)   

            A.  isobar

            B.  isosceles

            C.  isometric

 

 

 

 

129.  olig     (few)

            A.  oligarchy

            B.  oligarch

            C.  oligcanthous

 

 

 

 

130.  osteo     (bone)

            A.  osteoporosis

            B.  osteopath

            C.  osteomyelitis

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #14

 

 

131.  lat     (side, broad, wide)

            A.  lateral

            B.  latitude

            C.  latissimus dorsi

 

 

 

132.  nomen     (name)  

            A.  nomenclature

            B.  nominal

            C.  nominee

 

 

 

 

133. arch     (first)

            1.  archives

            2.  patriarch

            3.  archaeology

 

 

 

 

134.  typos, typi     (example, type)

            1.  stereotype

            2.  archetype

            3.  prototype

 

 

 

 

 

135.  clude    (to close)

            1.  include

            2.  exclude

            3.  preclude

 

 

136.  grad     (degree)

            1.  gradual

            2.  graduate

            3.  gradient

 

 

 

137.  per     (throughout)

            1.  perceived

            2.  permitted

            3.  permeate

 

 

 

138.  funct    (perform)

            1.  defunct

            2.  malfunction

            3.  nonfunctioning

 

 

 

139.  epi          (upon; over)

         a. epidermis

         b. epithet

         c. epidemic

         d.

 

 

 

140.  audi        (hear)

         a. audible

         b. auditory

         c. audition

         d.

 Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

 

Week #15

 

 

141.  dic/dict           (speak)

         a. dictate

         b. diction

         c. predict

         d. dictionary

 

 

 

142.  inter                 (between)

         a. interstate

         b.interpret

         c. interact

         d.

 

 

 

143.  intra, intro, endo        (within)

          intramural                                                                             

         b. endorse

         c. introduce

         d.

 

 

 

144.  punct     (point, dot)

         a. punctual

         b. punctuation

         c. acupuncture 

         d.

 

 

145. liver, liber     (free)

         a. deliver

         b.liberate

         c. liberal

         d.

 

146.  ortho                  (straight)

         a. orthopedic

         b. orthodontist

         c. orthodox

         d.

 

 

147.  port        (carry)

         a. transport

         b. porter

         c. export

         d.

 

 

148.  fid/fide/federis   (trust, faith)

         a.  confident

         b.  infidel

         c.  confidante

         d.  confederacy

 

 

149.  loc(i)                   (place)

       a.  locate

       b.  local

       c.  location

 

          

150.  morph                 (form)

         a.  metamorphosis

         b. morphology

         c. dimorphic

         d. amorphous

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  a, an, in        (not, without)

 

2.  ant, anti, contra, contro        (against, opposite)

 

3.  bio, vit     (life)

 

4.  (o)logy     (the study of or the science of)

 

5.  psych(o)     (mind, spirit)

 

6.  phil, philo, phile     (to love, lover of)

 

7.  act          (to do, to drive) 

      

8.  hyper, super, sur     (over, above)

    

9.  hypo, sub     (under, below)

 

10.  mono, uni     (one)

    

11.  poly     (many)

 

12.  auto     (self)

 

13.  bi, du     (two)

 

14.  graph, gram     (written record, to write)

 

15.  homo     (same, alike)

 

16.  patr, pater     (father)

 

17.  tele     (distance, from afar)

 

18.  y, ion, tion, ism     (state, quality, act)

   

19.   andr(o)                (man, male)

 

20.   anthrop(o), hum  (man, mankind)

 

21.   dem(o), pop       (people)

 

22.     matr, mater         (mother)

 

23.     ped             (child)

 

24.     vis              (to see)

 

25.      somat, corp         (body)

 

26.       pod(o), ped           (foot)

 

27.      opt(o)                 (eye)

 

28.      oid               (like or resembling)

 

29.      manu                 (hand)

 

30.      naut       (sailor, ship)

 

31.     ive     (of, belonging to, having the nature of)

 

32.       itis         (disease)

 

33.     ic, ine, al      (like, having the nature of)

 

34.     ia, sis, osis      (state of, condition of, action of)

 

35.      hem                   (blood)

 

36.     heli(o)                (sun)

 

37.      gyn(ec)                 (woman)

 

38.      geo, terr              (earth, land)

 

39.      gen(o)             (born, descent, origin)

 

40.     cosm(o)      (universe, world)   

                                             

41.     cephal, cap     (head)

 

42.     cardi(o), cor                    (heart)

 

43.      bronch(o)     (windpipe)

 

44.     astr(o), stell (star)

               

45.     arthr(o)               (joint)

 

46.     hydro, aqua     (water)

 

47.     able, ible     (can or will be)

 

48.     (k)chron(o), temp     (time)

  
49.   derm(at)       (skin)

          

50.  frac, frag       (break)    

                    

51.  fore, pre     (in front of, before)

          

52.  circum, peri        (around, on all sides)                   

 

53.  semi                    (half)         

 

54.  metr, meter     (measure)                    

 

55. flect, flex       (to bend or curve)  

           

56. serpent      (to creep)

           

57. bene, bon      (well, good)

 

58. bibli(o), libre      (book)

 

59. flu     (to wave, to flow)

         

60. cide     (to strike, to kill)

 

 61. dis                          (opposite)

 

62. equ                      (equal, level, even, flat)

          

63. flam, pyre, igni      (to burn, fire)

          

64. mania                     (madness, mental excitement)

          

65. phon(o)                  (sound)

          

66. pisc                        (fish)

        

67.  re           (back, again)  

 

68.   struct         (to put together, arrange)

 

69.  tens         (to stretch, to extend)

 

70.  the(o)                    (God)

 

71.  therm(o)          (warmth, heat)

 

72.  trans                     (across, over)

 

73.   asin            (donkey; ass)

 

74.   api                    (bees)   

 

75.   aquil          (eagle)

 

76.   bov            (ox; cow)

 

77.     entom         (insect)

 

78.     fel               (cat)

 

79. can              (sing; tune)

 

80. klept (o)                (thief).

 

81. crac                      (rule)

 

82.  co, con, com, syn, sym            (together)

 

83. eer, or, yer, er, ist      (someone who; something that)

 

84. (k)chrom(o)            (color)

      

85. leo(n)          (lion)

       

86. lup              (wolf)

       

87. porc               (hog; pig)

 

88. phob(ia)           (fear) 

 

89. scop, spec, spic           (see; sight; view)

 

90. gam         (marriage)

 

91.  arium     (place of)

 

92.  centi     (hundred)

           

93.  ex     (out)

         

94.  omni, pan     (all)

           

95.  pro     (forward) 

 

96.  post     (after)

         

97.  micro     (small)

       

98.  verse, vert     (turn)

 

99.  strain, strict, string      (bind, tie or draw tight)

 

100.  cede, ceed, cess     (go, yield)

 

101.  mis     (bad)

 

102.  miss; mit     (send)

        

103.  junct, join, jug   (to join, meet, or link)

          

104.  ject     (throw)

           

105.  pneumo (air, wind)

 

106.  socio     (companion, friend)

 

107.  sect     (cut; separate)

 

108.  tract     (pull)

 

109.  path    (feeling)

           

110.  phys     (body; nature)

 

111.  tact     (touch)

          

112.  vac     (empty)

 

113.  –ious/-ous     (possessing; full of)

           

114.  –ate/-fy/-ify/-ize     (to make)

 

115.  quir/quis      (seek;  ask)    

 

116.  secu/sequ     (to follow)

          

117.  fer      (bear, carry)

 

118.  lect     (gather, choose)

 

119.  cla(i)m         (call out)

          

120.  cil       (unite)

 

121.  mort/mortis           (death)

 

122.  clus/clud      (close, shut)

 

123.  pel/pul                  (drive; strike)

           

124.  dit/dat                   (give; push)

 

125.  cur(r)           (run)

           

126.  pos              (place, put, set)

 

127.  acro     (tip, top, end)

             

128.  iso      (equal)   

 

129.  olig     (few)

 

130.  osteo     (bone)         

 

131.  lat     (side, broad, wide)

             

132.  nomen     (name)  

            

133. arch     (first)

 

134.  typos, typi     (example, type)

             

135.  clude    (to close)

 

136.  grad     (degree)

             

137.  per     (throughout)

 

 138.  funct    (perform)

            

139.  epi          (upon; over)

          

140.  audi        (hear)

          

141.  dic/dict               (speak)

 

142.  inter                    (between)

 

143.  intra, intro, endo                        (within)

 

144.  punct     (point, dot)

 

145. liver, liber     (free)

 

146.  ortho                  (straight)

 

147.  port        (carry)

 

148.  fid/fide/federis   (trust, faith)

         

149.  loc(i)                   (place)

         

150.  morph                 (form)




 



Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #1

 

1.  a, an, in        (not, without)

     a.  atheism – denial of the existence of God

     b.  anarchy – absence of rule

     c.  inactive – not showing activity

 

2.  ant, anti, contra, contro        (against, opposite)

a.  contradict – to assert the opposite of what someone has said

     b.  antiphony – the opposition of sound

     c.  antonym – opposite in meaning

 

3.  bio, vit     (life)

     a.  biography – the story of someone’s life

     b.  symbiosis – living together

     c.  vital – essential to life

 

4.  (o)logy     (the study of or the science of)

     a.  zoology – the study of animals and animal life

b.  sociology – the study of social relations,          organizations and change

c.  archaeology – study of the life of ancient     peoples

 

5.  psych(o)     (mind, spirit)

     a.  psycholograph – instrument that records mental

          processes

     b.  psychosis – a condition of mental illness

     c.  psychosomatic – physical disorder due to mental    

          state

 

6.  phil, philo, phile     (to love, lover of)

     a.   bibliophile – a lover of books

     b.   philanthropy –a love of mankind

     c.  philology – a love of learning and speech

 

7.  act          (to do, to drive) 

     a.  action -state of doing

     b.  actor - one who does something

     c.  hyperactive

 

8.  hyper, super, sur     (over, above)

     a.  hypermetric- exceeding normal measure

     b.  supervisor - one who oversees others

     c.  survive

 

9.  hypo, sub     (under, below)

     a.  hypodermic - under the skin

     b.  hypothermia - a condition of reduced

          temperature

     c.  submarine

 

10.  mono, uni     (one)

     a.  monocentric - having only one center

     b.  monogyny -custom of having only one wife

     c.  unison

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays  and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #2

 

 

11.  poly     (many)

     a.  polyarchy - rule by many

     b.  polygamy - custom of having many mates at one time

     c.  polyphonic

 

 

12.  auto     (self)

     a.  autobiography - story on one's own life

     b.  automatic - working by itself

     c.  autograph

 

 

13.  bi, du     (two)

     a.  bicycle - vehicle with two wheels

     b.  biannual - 

     c.  biped – 

 

 

14.  graph, gram     (written record, to write)

a.  telegram - a written record from a distance or afar

     b.  phonograph - 

     c.  paragraph – 

 

 

15.  homo     (same, alike)

     a.  homogeneous - made of the same or uniform

                 parts

     b.  homonym - 

     c.  homograph - 

 

16.  patr, pater     (father)

a.  patriot - someone who loves his/her   "fatherland"    

     (country of origin)

     b.  paternal - 

     c.  patriarch - 

 

17.  tele     (distance, from afar)

     a.  television - an appliance that allows one to see from afar

     b.  telepathic - 

     c.  telescope - 

 

18.  y, ion, tion, ism     (state, quality, act)

       a.  absenteeism - state of being absent

       b.  enunciation - the quality of uttering articulate   

            sounds

c.  telepathy - the act of communicating from one mind  to      

     another through extrasensory means

 

19. andr(o)                (man, male)

a. android- an automatron with the form of a man

b. androgen - a male sex hormone

c. androgynous - having characteristics of both male and

    females

 

20.     anthrop(o), hum  (man, mankind)

a. anthropology - the study of mankind

b. anthropomorphic - having human like characteristics

c. anthropocentric - considering human beings as the most

    important in the universe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #3

 

21. dem(o), pop       (people)

a. democracy- government by the people

b. democratic- based on principles of a government by the people 

c. demography- the study of the characteristics of human populations  

 

                    

22.     matr, mater         (mother)

a. maternal - motherly

b. matricide - murder of one's mother

c. matriarch - woman who is the mother of a family group

 

 

23.     ped             (child)

a. pedagogy - the profession of teaching children

b. pediatrician - a doctor who specializes in treating children

c. pedodontist - a child's dentist

 

 

24.     vis              (to see)

a. television - an invention that allows seeing from afar

b. vision - the ability to see

c. visible - capable of being seen

 

 

25.      somat, corp         (body)

a. somatic

b. psychosomatic

c. somatology

d.

 

26.       pod(o), ped           (foot)

a. podology

b. cephalopod

c. bipod

d.

 

 

27.      opt(o)                 (eye)

a. optical

b. optician

c. optimistic

d.

 

 

28.      oid               (like or resembling)

a. anthropoid

b. celluloid

c. crystalloid

d.

 

29.      manu                 (hand)

a. manual

b. manuscript

c. manufacture

d.

 

30.      naut       (sailor, ship)

a.       nautical

b.      nausea

c.       nautilus

d.       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #4

 

 

31.     ive                       (of, belonging to, having the nature of)

a. supportive

b. secretive

c. tentative

d.

 

 

 

32.       itis         (disease)

a. tonsillitis

b. bronchitis

c. cellulitis

d.

 

 

 

33.     ic, ine, al      (like, having the nature of)

a. hysteric       

b. phonics

c. hypnotic

d.

 

 

 

34.     ia, sis, osis      (state of, condition of, action of)

a. antisepsis

b. psychosis

c. hypnosis

d.

 

 

 

35.      hem                   (blood)

a. hematoma

b. hematic

c. hemacytometer

d.

 

36.     heli(o)                (sun)

a. heliotrope

b. heliotherapy

c. heliocentric

d.

 

 

37.      gyn(ec)                 (woman)

a. gynecologist

b. gynophobia

c. androgynous

d.

 

 

 

38.      geo, terr              (earth, land)

a. geology

b. terrarium

c. territory

d.

 

 

39.      gen(o)             (born, descent, origin)

        a. generation

b. genealogy

c. genetics

d.

 

 

40.     cosm(o)      (universe, world)    

a. cosmic

b. cosmopolitan

c. cosmos

d.

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #5

 

                                             

41.     cephal, cap     (head)

a. hydrocephalus

b. capital

c. cephalometer

d.

 

 

42.     cardi(o), cor                    (heart)

a. cardiology

b. cardiotachometer

c. coronary

       d. 

 

 

  43.   bronch(o)     (windpipe)

            a. bronchitis

     b. bronchoscope

     c. bronchus

     d.

 

 

    44.   astr(o), stell (star)

            a. asteroid

    b. astrology

    c. stellar

    d.

                

 

 

 

 

                             

    45.   arthr(o)               (joint)

    a. arthritis

    b. arthropod

    c. arthroscope

    d.

 

 

    46.   hydro, aqua     (water)

    a. aquarium

    b. aqueduct

    c. hydroelectricity

    d.

 

 

    47.     able, ible     (can or will be)

    a. perishable

    b. lovable

    c. legible

    d.

 

 

    48.     (k)chron(o), temp     (time)

    a. chronic    

    b. chronological

    c.  temporal

    d.

 


49.   derm(at)       (skin)

          a. dermatologist

          b. dermatoplasty

          c. dermatitis

          

 

50.  frac, frag       (break)    

          a. fracture       

          b. fraction

          c. fragile

 Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #6

 

 

51.  fore, pre     (in front of, before)

          a. foremost

          b. preview

          c. forecast

          

 

52.  circum, peri        (around, on all sides)

          a. circumnavigate

          b. circumference

          c. perimeter

          

 

53.  semi                    (half)

          a. semester

          b. semiarid

          c. semicircle

          

 

 

54.  metr, meter     (measure)

          a. kilometer

          b. psychometrics

          c. cephalometer

          

 

 

 

55. flect, flex       (to bend or curve)  

          a. flexible

          b. inflection

          c. flexuous

          d.

56. serpent      (to creep)

          a. serpent

          b. serpentine

          c. serpigo

          d.

 

 

57. bene, bon      (well, good)

          a. beneficial

          b. benediction

          c. bonus

          d.

 

 

58.   bibli(o), libre      (book)

          a. bibliography

          b. library

          c. bibliophile

          d.

 

 

59.  flu     (to wave, to flow)

         a. fluctuation

         b. fluent

         c. fluid

         d.

 

 

              

60.  cide     (to strike, to kill)

         a. suicide

         b. homicide

         c. genocide

         d.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #7

 

 61. dis                          (opposite)

          a. disrespect

          b. disable

          c. disagreement

          d.

 

 

62. equ                      (equal, level, even, flat)

          a. equality

          b. equanimity

          c. equation

          d.

 

 

 63. flam, pyre, igni      (to burn, fire)

          a. flammable

          b. pyrotechnics

          c. ignite

          d.

 

 

64. mania                     (madness, mental excitement)

          a. maniacal

          b. mania

          c. pyromaniac

          d.

 

 

65. phon(o)                  (sound)

          a. phonics

          b. telephone

          c. phoneme

          d.

66. pisc                        (fish)

          a. Pisces

          b. pisciculture

          c. piscivorous

          d.

 

 

 

67.    re           (back, again)   

         a. reaction

         b. recall

         c. recite

         d.

 

 

 

68.   struct         (to put together, arrange)

         a. structure

         b. construct

         c. reconstruct

         d.

 

 

 

69.  tens         (to stretch, to extend)

         a. tension

         b. tense

         c. tensile

         d.

 

 

 

70.  the(o)                    (God)

         a. theology

         b. theocracy

         c. theomorphic

         d.

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #8

 

 

71.  therm(o)          (warmth, heat)

         a. thermometer

         b. thermos

         c. thermodynamics

         d.

 

 

72.  trans                     (across, over)

         a. transfer

         b. transatlantic

         c. transcend

         d.

 

 

 

73.  asin            (donkey; ass)

a. asinine

b. asininely

c. asininity

 

 

74.   api                    (bees)   

a. apiary

b.apiarist

c. apiarian

 

 

75.  aquil          (eagle)

          a. aquiline

   b. aquilinity

 

76.  bov            (ox; cow)

a. bovine

b. bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

 

 

 

77.  entom         (insect)

a. entomology

b. entomologist

c. entomological

 

 

 

78.   fel               (cat)

a. feline

        b. felinity 

 

 

 

79. can              (sing; tune)

      A. cantata

      B. cantor

      C. canorous

      D. 

 

 

 

80. klept (o)                (thief)

      A. kleptomania

      B. kleptomaniac

      C. kleptocracy

      D.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #9

 

 

81. crac                      (rule)

      A. plutocracy

      B. democracy

      C. aristocracy

      D.

 

 

 

82.  co, con, com, syn, sym            (together)

      A. synopsis

      B. symbiotic

      C. contagious

      D.

 

 

 

83. eer, or, yer, er, ist      (someone who; something that)

     A. lawyer

     B. auctioneer

     C. columnist

     D. 

 

 

 

84. (k)chrom(o)            (color)

      A. monochrome

      B. polychrome

      C. urochrome

      D. 

 

 

 

85. leo(n)          (lion)

      A. Leo

      B. leonine

      C. leopard

 

 

 

86. lup              (wolf)

      A. lupine

      B. lupus

      C. lupinous

 

 

 

87. porc               (hog; pig)

      A. porcine

      B. porcupine

      C. porcinus

 

 

 

88. phob(ia)           (fear)

     A. acrophobia

     B. claustrophobia

     C. xenophobia

 

 

 

89. scop, spec, spic           (see; sight; view)

     A. microscope

     B. telescope

     C. hydroscope

 

 

90. gam         (marriage)

     A. bigamist

     B. gamete

     C. misogamist

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #10

 

 

91.  arium     (place of)

          a.  aquarium

          b.  terrarium

          c.  solarium

 

 

92.  centi     (hundred)

          a.  centimeter

          b.  century

          c.  centigrade

 

 

 

93.  ex     (out)

          a.  exit

          b.  example

          c.  executive

 

 

94.  omni, pan     (all)

          a.  omniscient

          b.  pantheon

          c.  panorama

 

 

 

95.  pro     (forward)

          a.  progress

          b.  procession

          c.  procreate

96.  post     (after)

          a.  postpone

          b.  posthumous

          c.  postnatal

 

 

 

97.  micro     (small)

       A.  microbiologist

       B.  microfilm

       C.  microwave

 

 

 

98.  verse, vert     (turn)

       A.  convert

       B.  diversion

       C.  invert

 

 

 

99.  strain, strict, string      (bind, tie or draw tight)

       A.  stringent

       B.  restrain

       C.  constrict

 

 

 

100.  cede, ceed, cess     (go, yield)

        A.  concede

        B.  proceed

        C.  recess

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #11

 

 

101.  mis     (bad)

        A.  miscarriage

        B.  misbehave

        C.  misogynist

 

 

102.  miss; mit     (send)

        A.  dismiss

        B.  submit

        C.  transmit

 

 

103.  junct, join, jug   (to join, meet, or link)

          A.  junction

          B.  conjoined

          C.  jugular

 

 

104.  ject     (throw)

          A.  eject

          B.  projectile

          C.  reject

 

 

 

105.  pneumo (air, wind)

          A. pneumatic

          B.  pneumatology

          C. pneumonia

 

106.  socio     (companion, friend)

          A. antisocial

           social

          C. sociopath

 

 

 

107.  sect     (cut; separate)

          A. bisect

          B. sectional

          C. sector

 

 

 

108.  tract     (pull)

          A.  extract

          B.  tractor

          C.  subtract

 

 

 

109.  path    (feeling)

          A.  sympathy

          B.  empathy

          C.  apathy

 

 

 

110.  phys     (body; nature)

          A.  physical

          B.  physics

          C.  physician

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Mondays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #$12

 

 

111.  tact     (touch)

          A.  contact

          B.  tactile8

          C.  tacky

 

 

 

112.  vac     (empty)

          A.  vacant

          B.  vacuum

          C.  vacation

 

 

 

113.  –ious/-ous     (possessing; full of)

          A. gracious

          B. joyous

          C.  nervous

 

 

114.  –ate/-fy/-ify/-ize     (to make)

          A.  activate

          B. personify

          C.  magnetize

 

 

115.  quir/quis      (seek;  ask)    

          A. acquire

          B. exquisite

          C. require

116.  secu/sequ     (to follow)

          A. sequel

          B. consecutive

          C. inconsequential

 

 

 

117.  fer      (bear, carry)

          A. transfer

          B. vociferous

          C. infertile

 

 

 

118.  lect     (gather, choose)

          A. select

          B. intellect

          C. recollect

 

 

 

119.  cla(i)m         (call out)

          A. clamor

          B. exclaim

          C. disclaim

 

 

 

120.  cil       (unite)

          A. reconcile

          B. conciliate

          C. conciliator

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week # 13

 

 

121.  mort/mortis           (death)

          A.  mortify

          B.  mortician

          C.  mortal

 

 

122.  clus/clud      (close, shut)

          A.  exclude

          B.  conclude

          C.  inclusive

 

 

123.  pel/pul                  (drive; strike)

          A.  propulsion

          B.  pulsate

          C.  expulsion

 

 

124.  dit/dat                   (give; push)

          A.  addition

          B.  editorial

          C.  tradition

 

 

 

125.  cur(r)           (run)

          A.  concur

          B.  concurrent

          C.  incursion

 

126.  pos              (place, put, set)

          A.  expose

          B.  repository

          C.  proposition

 

 

 

127.  acro     (tip, top, end)

            A.  acrobat

            B.  acropolis

            C.  acronym

 

 

 

128.  iso      (equal)   

            A.  isobar

            B.  isosceles

            C.  isometric

 

 

 

 

129.  olig     (few)

            A.  oligarchy

            B.  oligarch

            C.  oligcanthous

 

 

 

 

130.  osteo     (bone)

            A.  osteoporosis

            B.  osteopath

            C.  osteomyelitis

 

 

 

 

 

Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

Week #14

 

 

131.  lat     (side, broad, wide)

            A.  lateral

            B.  latitude

            C.  latissimus dorsi

 

 

 

132.  nomen     (name)  

            A.  nomenclature

            B.  nominal

            C.  nominee

 

 

 

 

133. arch     (first)

            1.  archives

            2.  patriarch

            3.  archaeology

 

 

 

 

134.  typos, typi     (example, type)

            1.  stereotype

            2.  archetype

            3.  prototype

 

 

 

 

 

135.  clude    (to close)

            1.  include

            2.  exclude

            3.  preclude

 

 

136.  grad     (degree)

            1.  gradual

            2.  graduate

            3.  gradient

 

 

 

137.  per     (throughout)

            1.  perceived

            2.  permitted

            3.  permeate

 

 

 

138.  funct    (perform)

            1.  defunct

            2.  malfunction

            3.  nonfunctioning

 

 

 

139.  epi          (upon; over)

         a. epidermis

         b. epithet

         c. epidemic

         d.

 

 

 

140.  audi        (hear)

         a. audible

         b. auditory

         c. audition

         d.

 Every week you will have ten (10) new Greek and Latin based roots, prefixes and suffixes to learn.  Flashcards are due on Tuesdays and tests will be on Thursdays.  The tests are cumulative!

 

 

Week #15

 

 

141.  dic/dict           (speak)

         a. dictate

         b. diction

         c. predict

         d. dictionary

 

 

 

142.  inter                 (between)

         a. interstate

         b.interpret

         c. interact

         d.

 

 

 

143.  intra, intro, endo        (within)

          intramural                                                                             

         b. endorse

         c. introduce

         d.

 

 

 

144.  punct     (point, dot)

         a. punctual

         b. punctuation

         c. acupuncture 

         d.

 

 

145. liver, liber     (free)

         a. deliver

         b.liberate

         c. liberal

         d.

 

146.  ortho                  (straight)

         a. orthopedic

         b. orthodontist

         c. orthodox

         d.

 

 

147.  port        (carry)

         a. transport

         b. porter

         c. export

         d.

 

 

148.  fid/fide/federis   (trust, faith)

         a.  confident

         b.  infidel

         c.  confidante

         d.  confederacy

 

 

149.  loc(i)                   (place)

       a.  locate

       b.  local

       c.  location

 

          

150.  morph                 (form)

         a.  metamorphosis

         b. morphology

         c. dimorphic

         d. amorphous

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  a, an, in        (not, without)

 

2.  ant, anti, contra, contro        (against, opposite)

 

3.  bio, vit     (life)

 

4.  (o)logy     (the study of or the science of)

 

5.  psych(o)     (mind, spirit)

 

6.  phil, philo, phile     (to love, lover of)

 

7.  act          (to do, to drive) 

      

8.  hyper, super, sur     (over, above)

    

9.  hypo, sub     (under, below)

 

10.  mono, uni     (one)

    

11.  poly     (many)

 

12.  auto     (self)

 

13.  bi, du     (two)

 

14.  graph, gram     (written record, to write)

 

15.  homo     (same, alike)

 

16.  patr, pater     (father)

 

17.  tele     (distance, from afar)

 

18.  y, ion, tion, ism     (state, quality, act)

   

19.   andr(o)                (man, male)

 

20.   anthrop(o), hum  (man, mankind)

 

21.   dem(o), pop       (people)

 

22.     matr, mater         (mother)

 

23.     ped             (child)

 

24.     vis              (to see)

 

25.      somat, corp         (body)

 

26.       pod(o), ped           (foot)

 

27.      opt(o)                 (eye)

 

28.      oid               (like or resembling)

 

29.      manu                 (hand)

 

30.      naut       (sailor, ship)

 

31.     ive     (of, belonging to, having the nature of)

 

32.       itis         (disease)

 

33.     ic, ine, al      (like, having the nature of)

 

34.     ia, sis, osis      (state of, condition of, action of)

 

35.      hem                   (blood)

 

36.     heli(o)                (sun)

 

37.      gyn(ec)                 (woman)

 

38.      geo, terr              (earth, land)

 

39.      gen(o)             (born, descent, origin)

 

40.     cosm(o)      (universe, world)   

                                             

41.     cephal, cap     (head)

 

42.     cardi(o), cor                    (heart)

 

43.      bronch(o)     (windpipe)

 

44.     astr(o), stell (star)

               

45.     arthr(o)               (joint)

 

46.     hydro, aqua     (water)

 

47.     able, ible     (can or will be)

 

48.     (k)chron(o), temp     (time)

  
49.   derm(at)       (skin)

          

50.  frac, frag       (break)    

                    

51.  fore, pre     (in front of, before)

          

52.  circum, peri        (around, on all sides)                   

 

53.  semi                    (half)         

 

54.  metr, meter     (measure)                    

 

55. flect, flex       (to bend or curve)  

           

56. serpent      (to creep)

           

57. bene, bon      (well, good)

 

58. bibli(o), libre      (book)

 

59. flu     (to wave, to flow)

         

60. cide     (to strike, to kill)

 

 61. dis                          (opposite)

 

62. equ                      (equal, level, even, flat)

          

63. flam, pyre, igni      (to burn, fire)

          

64. mania                     (madness, mental excitement)

          

65. phon(o)                  (sound)

          

66. pisc                        (fish)

        

67.  re           (back, again)  

 

68.   struct         (to put together, arrange)

 

69.  tens         (to stretch, to extend)

 

70.  the(o)                    (God)

 

71.  therm(o)          (warmth, heat)

 

72.  trans                     (across, over)

 

73.   asin            (donkey; ass)

 

74.   api                    (bees)   

 

75.   aquil          (eagle)

 

76.   bov            (ox; cow)

 

77.     entom         (insect)

 

78.     fel               (cat)

 

79. can              (sing; tune)

 

80. klept (o)                (thief).

 

81. crac                      (rule)

 

82.  co, con, com, syn, sym            (together)

 

83. eer, or, yer, er, ist      (someone who; something that)

 

84. (k)chrom(o)            (color)

      

85. leo(n)          (lion)

       

86. lup              (wolf)

       

87. porc               (hog; pig)

 

88. phob(ia)           (fear) 

 

89. scop, spec, spic           (see; sight; view)

 

90. gam         (marriage)

 

91.  arium     (place of)

 

92.  centi     (hundred)

           

93.  ex     (out)

         

94.  omni, pan     (all)

           

95.  pro     (forward) 

 

96.  post     (after)

         

97.  micro     (small)

       

98.  verse, vert     (turn)

 

99.  strain, strict, string      (bind, tie or draw tight)

 

100.  cede, ceed, cess     (go, yield)

 

101.  mis     (bad)

 

102.  miss; mit     (send)

        

103.  junct, join, jug   (to join, meet, or link)

          

104.  ject     (throw)

           

105.  pneumo (air, wind)

 

106.  socio     (companion, friend)

 

107.  sect     (cut; separate)

 

108.  tract     (pull)

 

109.  path    (feeling)

           

110.  phys     (body; nature)

 

111.  tact     (touch)

          

112.  vac     (empty)

 

113.  –ious/-ous     (possessing; full of)

           

114.  –ate/-fy/-ify/-ize     (to make)

 

115.  quir/quis      (seek;  ask)    

 

116.  secu/sequ     (to follow)

          

117.  fer      (bear, carry)

 

118.  lect     (gather, choose)

 

119.  cla(i)m         (call out)

          

120.  cil       (unite)

 

121.  mort/mortis           (death)

 

122.  clus/clud      (close, shut)

 

123.  pel/pul                  (drive; strike)

           

124.  dit/dat                   (give; push)

 

125.  cur(r)           (run)

           

126.  pos              (place, put, set)

 

127.  acro     (tip, top, end)

             

128.  iso      (equal)   

 

129.  olig     (few)

 

130.  osteo     (bone)         

 

131.  lat     (side, broad, wide)

             

132.  nomen     (name)  

            

133. arch     (first)

 

134.  typos, typi     (example, type)

             

135.  clude    (to close)

 

136.  grad     (degree)

             

137.  per     (throughout)

 

 138.  funct    (perform)

            

139.  epi          (upon; over)

          

140.  audi        (hear)

          

141.  dic/dict               (speak)

 

142.  inter                    (between)

 

143.  intra, intro, endo                        (within)

 

144.  punct     (point, dot)

 

145. liver, liber     (free)

 

146.  ortho                  (straight)

 

147.  port        (carry)

 

148.  fid/fide/federis   (trust, faith)

         

149.  loc(i)                   (place)

         

150.  morph                 (form)




 



Finance Park Field Trip

Permission slips are due on Friday, May 29th. Permission slips were handed out in Individuals and Societies.

 

My Period 1 and 2 students are going on Wednesday, June 3rd.

 

My Period 6 class is going on Thursday, June 4th.

6th and 7th graders will receive course request sheets on Monday, May 18th. They will be due on Wednesday.

May 18th - 22nd

 

Monday        -  Minimum Day

Tuesday       -  Periods 1, 3 and 5

Wednesday -   Periods 2, 4 and 6

Thursday     -   Regular Schedule

Friday           -   Regular Schedule

 

More testing this week. Remember to:
  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Eat healthy foods
  • Charge your Ipads at night before you go to sleep
  • Have a book in your backpack to read if you finish the test early.

ESMS UCLA sponsored blood drive will be from noon - 5PM in Bulldog Hall on Monday, June 1. 

Flyers will be coming shortly, our school would LOVE and APPRECIATE your help in spreading the word!