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Latin Roots/Phrases

Test 11/8/13

grpah writing
hem blood
hetero different
homo same
hydr water
iso same/equal
log speech
mega big
metr measure
micr small
mon one
necr death/dead
nom name
ortho straighten
pan all
path suffering
a priori "from the earlier" (knowledge outside of experience/self-evident truths)
a posteriori "from the later" (knowledge that is a result of experience/ empirical)
ad hoc "for this thing" a thing set up temporarily for a purpose
caveat emptor "let the buyer beware"
semper fidelis "always faithful" (motto of the marine corps)
e pluribus unum "out of many, on" (motto of the US)
novous ordo seclorem "new order of the ages" (motto of the US)
circa "about" approximate date
Created by: dodoclutz