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Word Roots 17+18

Malaya Smalls

biblio book
graph write,written
klept 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
Biblophobia dread or hatred of books
Bibloklept one who steals books
Bibliography history and scince of books are physical objects
Bibliephile love of books
Bibliomania excessive preccupation with books
Kleptomania in persistent craving to steal
Graphomania obsessive desire to write
Monomania obsession with one object or idea
anthrop mankind, man
meter measure
nom name,law,custom,order
path feeling, disease
-ic like,related to
-oid resembling
Anthropoid resembling man
Philanthropy study of mankind
Anthropology love of mankind
Anthropometer device used to measure the proportions of the human body
Anthroponomy natural laws of human devolopment as they relate to the environment
Anthropopathic relating human feelings to something not human
Created by: 55MalSma