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Jerrad

word roots 17-18

TermDefinition
mono- one
biblio book
graph/grapho write, written
klept/klepto to steal
mania intense craving, loss of reason
phile love, loving
phob fear of
ia condition
logy study of, science
y state of, quality, act; body, group
bibliophobia dread or hatred of books
biblioklept one who steal books
bibliology history and science of books as physical objects
bibliography list of books
bibliophile lover of books
bibliomania excessive preoccupation with books
kleptomania persistent craving to steal
graphomania obsessive desire to write
monomania obsession with an object of idea
anthrop/anthropo* man, mankind
metre measure
nom name, law, custom, order
path feeling, disease
phil love, loving
ic like, related to
logy study of, science
oid resembling
y state of, quality, act; body, group
anthropoid resembling man
philanthropy love of mankind
anthropology study of mankind
anthropometer long speech given by one person
anthroponmy natural laws of human development as the relate to the environment
anthropopathic relating human feelings to something not human
Created by: 86jerbie