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Vocab 5

Abduct To Kidnap or remove by force
Absent To not be present
Abdicate To step down from the throne before the appointed time
Ab (abs) away, from
Amphi Both
Amphibian Cold blooded vertebrate that has early aquatic stage and adult land stage
Amphitheater ancient design of a large circular or semi-circular seating area for performance of drama
Apo Away, from, off
Apology An acknowledgement of regret or failure
Apostle A devoted follower
Apostrophe a speech to someone who isn't there (usually dead)
Bi Two
Bicycle A two wheeled vehicle
Biennial Occurring every other year or lasting 2 years
Binomial A two part name or the sum of two terms
Con (co, col, com, cor) Together, with, same
Collateral Something pledged as security for the repayment of a loan
Compose To write something (essay, poem, music)
Congenital An in-born trait, often genetic
Corroborate To back up or support, often with evidence
Created by: Niameb