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WP Session 11-13

Study sections 11-13 in word power

Anthropologist A person who studies HUMAN BEINGS; their Origins, characteristics
Astronomer An expert who studies Plants, Stars, Galaxies
Geologist a person who studies the origin, history, structure, and composition of the EARTH
Botanist a person who studies PLANTS, including their classification, structure, physiology, ecology, and economic importance
Zoologist a person who studies ANIMALS, including their classification, structure, physiology, and history
Entomologist the branch of science concerned with the study of INSECTS
Philologist the study of LITERARY TEXTS and of WRITTEN RECORDS, the establishment of their authenticity and their original form,
Semanticist the study of MEANING.
Sociologist science of the fundamental laws of social relations in Human society.
Asterisk a small starlike symbol (*), used in writing and printing as a reference mark or to indicate omission.
Geography the study of the natural features of the earth's surface, including topography, climate, soil, vegetation, etc
Autonomous self-governing; independent; subject to its own laws only.
Asocial NOT SOCIABLE or gregarious; withdrawn from society.
Entomology The Study of INSECTS
Eccentric a person who has an unusual, peculiar, or odd personality, set of beliefs; Somthing thats unusual
Epitome Summary; Representation of a Whole
Dichotomy Condition or state of being split into TWO PARTS
Philander To engage in Extramarital Sex
Bibliophile Book Collector
Biopsy the removal for diagnostic study of a piece of tissue from a living body.
Tonsillectomy the operation of excising or removing one or both tonsils.
Etymology the derivation of a word. Word Origin, Word Source
Anthropos Mankind; Humankind
Logos Science; Word, Speech
Astron Star
Nautes Sailor
Dis- Against
Nomos Arrangment; Law; Order
Autos Self
Metron Measurment
Graphein To Write
Bios Life
Opsis, Optikos View, Vision
Botane Plant
Zoion Animal
a- Not, Negative
Dicha- In TWO
epi- on, upon
Sophos Wise
Philein To Love
Sectus Cut
Tome A Cutting
geo- Earth
ana- Up
Lingua Tongue
Kentron,Centrum Center
Biblion Book
Etymon, etumon Word
Socius Companion
Naus Ship
Created by: buerk217