ROOTS

ROOTS

ROOTS ANTHROP: man, mankind

PHIL: love

MISO: hate Biblio, bibl: Book

Phon: sound

Gram, graph: write, draw, record Scop, skept: look at, examine

Log, ology: word, study, order

SUFFIX Mania, maniac, maniacal, manic:

madness or craziness Phobia, phobiac, phobe, phobic,

phobist: fear or things PREFIX

Caco: bad

Mega, megalo: large Micro: small

Marco: Large, long

Tele, tel, telo: far, distant Teleo, telio: end, result, completion

Eu: good

Vocabulary 2 ROOTS

Olig: Few

Gon: Angle Demo: People

Poly: Many

Arch, Archi: Rule, Govern, First, Chief

Pan, Panto: All Ghyn, Gyne: Woman

Theo: God

Geo: earth Homo: Same

Gen, Gon: Kind, Race, Origin

Archaei, Archa: Ancient Hetero: Various, Unalike

Gno, Gnos: Know

A: Opposite, Against Epi: Upon, Towards, On

ROOTS Lesson III

Helio: sun

Chron: time Dyn, Dynam: power, force

Center, Centr: Center

Meter, Metr: Measure Chrom: Color

Cycl: circle

PREFIX Iso: equal

Mono: one

Dia, Di: Two, Twice Bi: Two

Ortho: Straight, Right or Correct

SUFFIX Mancy, Mancer, Mantic

Having to do with divination or prophecy (bibliomancer)

Latry, Later, Latrous Having to do with worship (idolatry)

ROOTS Lesson IV

Tox: Poison Originally mean bow, then arrow, then

poison arrow, and now just poison Dox: Belief, Opinion, Praise

Pae, Ped: Child, Instruction

Athl: Prize Tax, Tact: Arrangement, Order

Kino, Cinem, Cinemat: Movement

Path: Feeling or Disease Icon: Image, Idol

Hier: Sacred

Petr, Peter: Rock Saint Peter once said, Upon this rock I will build my church.

This may be the origin of this root. Glyph, glypt: carving

Sept, Seps: Poison from Decay

SUFFIX Clasm, Clast: Breakage,

Destruction, Flood Iatry, iatrics: healing or the science

of healing batho, bathy - depth

bathometer therap - cure

Heliotherapy, physiotherapy haem, hem, -aem, em - blood

hemotologist, hemostat, hemicycle, hemorrhage, anemia

rhea, rheo, rrh, rhag - flow, gush, burst Logorrhea, hemorrhage

stat, stas - stand, stop static

erg, urg work energy

tom - cut anatomy, atom

ton - stretch, tone Monotone, hypertonic

plas, plasm, plast - mold, shape, form, substance

Plastic neur - nerve

Neuralgia, neuritis phys - nature, growth

physique PREFIX

hemi - half hemicycle

tauto same tautology

SUFFIX

-itis, itic - inflammation Neuritis

algia, algy, algiac, algic, algeic: pain neuralgia

ROOTS Lesson V

Link Vocabulary 5

Root Batho,

bathy Definition

Depth Example: Bathometer

batho, bathy - depth bathometer

therap - cure Heliotherapy, physiotherapy

Vocabulary 5

Root Batho, Bathy

Definition Depth

Therap

Cure Bathometer

Examples: Heliotherapy, hysiotherapy

haem, hem, -aem, em - blood hemotologist, hemostat, hemorrhage, anemia

rhea, rheo, rrh, rhag - flow, gush, burst

Logorrhea, hemorrhage stat, stas - stand, stop

static erg, urg work

energy tom - cut

anatomy, atom ton - stretch, tone

Monotone, hypertonic plas, plasm, plast - mold, shape,

form, substance Plastic

neur - nerve Neuralgia, neuritis

phys - nature, growth physique

PREFIX hemi - half

hemicycle tauto same

tautology SUFFIX

-itis, itic - inflammation Neuritis

algia, algy, algiac, algic, algeic: pain

neuralgia ROOTS

Lesson VI Link

Chir - Hand Pod - Foot

Cephal - Head

Dactyl - Finger, Toe Osteo - Bone

Derm, Dermat - Skin

Caust, Caut - Burn Bio - Life

Hole - Whole

Psych - Mind, Soul, Spirit Soma, Somat - Body

Gloss, Glott, Glot - Tongue, Language

Prefix

Pachy - Thick Suffix

-machy, -machia - war, fighting

-osis - diseased, abnormal ROOTS

Lesson VII Link

Astr- star Nom- arrangement, law

Onoma- name

Soph- wise, clever Aristo- best

Ethn- nation

Ec- house, environment PREFIX

Paleo-ancient, far in space or time

Neo- new Pseudo- false, counterfeit

Idio- ones own, individual, personal perculiar aspect, separate

Ideo, idea- idea

Auto- self Orama- view

Cracy, crat- rule, government

Poly, pole, polist, polistice- sale Crat, Cras- mix

**do not confuse with cracy, crat meaning rule or government Cosm: order, world, universe, form,

arrangement, city * related to cosmetic, a beauty adornment or arrangement

Polit, polis- city Crit, cris- separate, discern, judge

Top- place

Wrong place, wrong time Naus, naut- ship

Etym- true meaning of a word

Metr, metro-mother *do not confuse with meter, metr, meaning measure

Phag- eat Tech, techn- art, skill

Mim-imitate

Pluto-wealth PREFIX

Allo- other

Acro- top, tip, end SUFFIX

Lysis, lyst, lytic, lytical: a loosening, a solution

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