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TermDefinition
contra-, counter against, opposite
counteract(v) To oppose and lessen the effects of by contrary action.
dict (to) speak, (to) say
predict(v) To speak of, tell about, or make known in advance
loqu, loc (to) speak, (to) talk
eloquent(adj) Marked by fluent, persuasive speech.
voc, voke voice, to call
revoke(v) To void by recalling or withdrawing.
scrib, script (to) write
subscript(n) A character or symbol written directly beneath or next to and slightly below a letter or number.
graph, gram to)write
grammar(n) The study and rules of writing, describing the uses of words in a particular language.
-crat, -cracy (to) rule
aristocracy(n) A government in which the nobility or any privileged upper class rules.
cred (to) believe
credential(n) Something that gives a title to belief or confidence.
fid faith
confident(adj) Having faith in something.
phil (to) love
philology(n) The love of learning and literature.
Created by: papuchin