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Legal Terminology


aster, astr star (Greek) astronomy, astrology
audi to hear (Latin) audible, audience
bene good, well (latin) benefit, benevolent
bio life (Greek) biology, autobiography
dic, dict to speak (Latin) dictator, dictionary
fer to carry (Latin) transfer, referral
fix to fasten (Latin) fix, suffix, prefix
geo earth (Greek) geography, geology
graph to write (Greek) geography, photography
jur, jus law (Latin) jury, justice
log, logue word, thought, speech (Greek) astrology, biology, neologism
luc light (Latin) lucid, translucent
manu hand (Latin) manual, manuscript
meter, metr measure (Greek) metric, thermometer
op, oper work (Latin) operation, operator
path feeling (Greek) pathetic, sympathy
ped child (Greek) pediatrics
phil love (Greek) philosophy, Anglophile
phys body, nature (Greek) physical, physics
scrib, script to write (Latin) scribble, manuscript
tele far off (Greek) telescope, television, telephone
ter, terr earth (Latin) territory, extraterrestrial
vac empty (Latin vacant, vacuum, evacuate
verb word (Latin) verbal, verbose
vid, vis to see (Latin) video, vision, television
Created by: malrey3