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7th Greek & Latin 1

Greek and Latin roots Prefix

TermDefinition
Agon-Greek Root struggle
fac/fect/fic/fict/-fy - Latin Root to make, to do
init - Latin Root to begin, enter upon
cert - Latin Root sure, trust
par/pair - Latin Root arrange, prepare
pos - Latin Root to place, put
vers/vert - Latin Root to turn
curs/curr/corr/cour - Latin Root to run
viv/vit - Latin Root life
cumb/cub - Latin Root lie down
path- Greek Root feeling, suffering, disease
fer - Latin Root to carry, to bring, to bear
mem - Latin Root mindful, recall
anti- Greek Prefix against
de- Latin Prefix from, away, off
dis- not, opposite of
en-, em- cause to
fore- Anglo-Saxon Prefix before, front of
in- , im- , il- , ir- Latin Prefix not, without
inter- Latin Prefix between, among
mid- middle
mis- Latin Prefix less, wrong, wrongly
Created by: NoelleBordelon