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vocab 11

greek and latin roots

QuestionAnswer
perjury breaking of a legal oath
abjure to swear off; renounce
conjure to bring forth, especially through words
jur to swear, vow
domin to rule, to dominate
predominate being most evident or apparent
domineering forcing others to obey
indomitable unbeatable, resilient
crat/crac to rule, to power
aristocracy a group of the most wealthy and privileged
theocracy government by a religious leader or figure
bureaucrat a minor official
leg law
legitimize to give credit or recognition to
privileged available only to a special few; entitled to something special
legislative having to do with the law
Created by: dirtqueen4