Two key definitions Definitiona border or fence drawn around the definition. What you would find in dictionary. This goes on TOP of your card Derivationa brook or stream that leaves the main river. These are the words that all have the root word in them. They go underneath the definition.
Welcome to Q2 Please get your Greek and Latin roots cards out and ready to go. Two key definitions Definitiona border or fence drawn around the definition. What you would find in dictionary. This goes on TOP of your card Derivationa brook or stream that leaves the main river. These are the words that all have the root word in them. They go underneath the definition. Colors---there will be a colored border around the edge of your card Green means the root word is Greek Red means the root word is Latin Video or Visum= see Television---see things from far away Montevideomountain view Videopicture portion of television Evidenceout of what one can see (e/ex = out) Adviselook and tell your view Invisiblenot to be seen (in = not) Video or Visum= see Logos=study Logicreasoning to gain knowledge and wisdom Geology-study of the Earth (geo=earth) Astrologystudy of stars (astro=star) Biologystudy of life (bio=life) Anthropologystudy of mankind (anthro=man) Psychologystudy of the mental life of man (psyche=soul, mind) Legendstory to be read Logos=study Verbum=word Verb-the action word in a sentence Proverba wise or profound saying (pro=forward) Verbalof words Verbiage-use too many words, chatter Verbosefull of words Verbatim-word-for-word copy Verbalizeto express in spoken words Verbum=word Nomen/nomis=name Nominatesuggest someones name for office Nomination---act of naming a candidate for office Nomenclaturesystem of names used to classify knowledge (calo/cala-call) Denominatorpart of a fraction below the line Nomen/nomis Pro = for, before, forward Professto admit that one is an expert (fassus=admit or reveal) Professional---one who claims to be an expert Problemthrown forward to be worked upon Prologuewords before a book or play Proceedmove forward Proclaimannounce, cry out (proclaimation) PRO Prae=before, in front of Predictsay beforehand, fortell Preamblethat which goes before Precautionbe on guard beforehand Percursorone who runs ahead Prefercarry to a forward position Pregnantcondition before birth Prejudicemake judgment beforehand Prae Ad=to, towards, near, next to