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STEMDefinition of STEMExamplesDefinitions of Examples 1Definitions of Examples 2
ag, agi, ig, act do, move, go agent, agenda, agitate, navigate, ambiguous, action agent=the person who does the work agenda=list of things you are going to do
cad, cas to fall cadaver, cadence, cascade cadence=where the beat falls in line cascade=a waterfall
cur, curs run current, concurrent, concur, incur, recur, occur, courier, precursor, cursive curse=a malevolent wish that someone hopes will run its course cursive=a form of script in which the characters are connected or run together
fer bear, carry ferry, coniferous, fertile, defer, infer, refer, transfer coniferous=trees (like pine trees) that carry cones fertile=refers to land or other things which are strong enough to carry life
flu, fluc, fluv flowing influence, fluid, flue, flush, fluently, fluctuate superfluous=describing someone that talks too much or in a flowing manner fluctuate=describes something that flows in many different directions
gest carry, bear congest, gestation gestation=the time in which a mother carries its young in the womb congestion=when two many things are being carried through an area or part
grav heavy, weighty grave, gravity, aggravate, gravitate aggravate=to intentional add weight or heaviness to a situation that does not need it. gravitate=to move towards as if by force
migra wander migrate, emigrant, immigrate migration=the act of wandering from one place to another immigrate=describes someone who has moved from their homeland into a new country
mit, miss send emit, remit, submit, admit, commit, permit, transmit, omit, intermittent, mission, missile transmit=to send a message across missile=a destructive weapon sent at enemies
mob, mot, mov move mobile, motionless, motor mob=a moving group people looking to cause trouble mobile=able to move
nat, nasc to be from, to spring forth innate, natal, native, renaissance renaissance=a period of rebirth, usually refers to a time period in which classical thoughts and ideas were being reborn and reconsidered native=someone who was born in a specific area
ortho straight, correct orthodox, orthodontist, orthopedic, unorthodox orthopedic=having to do with the straightness of bones and structures orthodox=following a strict and straight reading of a ideas or religion
sequ, secu, sue follow sequence, consequence, sequel, subsequent, prosecute, consecutive, second, ensue, pursue sequel=the story the follows the previous one consecutive=describing things that go in successive or following order
sist, sta, stit stand assist, persist, circumstance, stamina, status, state, static, stable, stationary, substitute stasis=the act of staying in one place or not changing stamina=staying strong
volvo turn about, roll revolve, voluble (easily turned about or aroundor talkative), voluminous, convolution convoluted=describes something that has been layed out in a long, rolled out fashion revolve=rolling
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