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Vocabulary 5,6

Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book A

QuestionAnswer
MIKROS (G.) small
microbe (n.)an organism invisible to the naked eye, especially one that causes disease
microcosm (n.) a miniature world; something that resembles something else on a very small scale
MINUO, MINUERE, MINUI, MINUTUM, MINUS (L.) to lessen
mniscule (adj.) extremely small
minutia (n.) a small or trivial detail
TENUO, TENUARE, TENUAVI, TENUATUM (L.) to make thin
attenuate (v.) to make slender or small
tenuous (adj.) thin in form; flimsy; having little substance or validity
SATIS (L.) enough
satiate (v.) to satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess
IMPLEO, IMPLERE, IMPLEVI, IMPLETUM, PLENUS (L.) to fill; full
comply (v.) to do as one is asked or ordered
implement (n.) a tool or utensil (v.) to carry out; to put into effect
replete (adj.) well-stocked or abundantly supplied, completely filled, utterly satisfied
expletive (n.) an exclamation or other, often obscene
COPIA (L.) plenty
copious (adj.) plentiful; in large amounts
MAKROS (G.) large
macrocosm (n.) the universe; any great whole.
MAGNUS (L.) great
magnanimous (adj.) noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
magnate (n.) a wealthy, influential person, especially in business
magnitude (n.) 1. greatness of importance or size; 2. the degree of brightness of a star
MEGAS (G.) great
megalomania (n.) 1. a form of mental illness in which a person has exaggerated ideas of his or her own importance; 2. an obsessive idea to do things on a grand scale
POLY (G.) many
polygamy (n.) the system of having more than one spouse at a time
polygon (n.) a flat shape with many straight sides
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