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Sem.1 Week 7

Greek prefixes, suffixes, roots, and words w/ definitions

QuestionAnswer
Idio One's own, individual
Ideo, Idea Idea
Auto Self
Crat, Cras Mix
Cosm Order, World
Polit, Polic City
Crit, Cris Separate, discern, judge
Top Place
Thalass, thalatt Sea
Naus, nau Ship
Plut Wealth
Cracy Rule, government
Crat One who rules.
Cratic Pertaning to rule.
Poly Sale, selling
Pole, polist One who sells.
Polistic Pertaning to selling.
WORD-- Astronaut A person who travels beyond the Earth's atmosphere.
Autocracy A government in which one person rules with unlimited authority.
Cosmopolitan Having a world-wide rather than limited scope or bearing.
Cosmos An orderly, harmonious systematic universe.
Crater A bowl-shaped depression in the earth.
Critical Judgemental
Hypercritical Excessively judgemental
Hypocrite One who pretends to be what he is not.
Ideogram A picture or symbol used to represent a thing or an idea.
Idiosyncrasy A peculiarity of habit
Monopoly Exclusive ownership through legal ownership or command.
Plutocrat A person who rules by reason of his wealth alone.
Politics The art or science of government.
Thalassic Having to do with the sea or ocean.
Topography The configuration of a surface.
Created by: EmmaLovesHorses