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Vocab 12 level 3

Level 3

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cata down away from
epi beside, among
gno, gni learn
log word, reason, study
magn, magni large, great
meter measure
peri around, surrounding
pro before, forward
cataclysm a momentous event that results in great upheaval and often destruction; a great change, a great flood or deluge (noun)
catalogue complete alphabetical or otherwise ordered list of items, usually with a description of each
catalyst something or someone that brings about or speeds up significant change or action (noun)
catatonic showing an unusual lack of movement, activity, or expression (adj)
cognitive complete alphabetical or otherwise ordered list of items, usually with a description of each
epicenter the point on the Earth’s surface directly above the point of origin of an earthquake or the impact of a bomb
epidemic the rapid spread of a disease affecting many individuals in a particular area or community
epilogue the concluding section of a book
episode an incident or event in a larger series of events
epitome any person or thing that is typical or characteristic of some quality; a summary
incognito using a false name or has changed his/her appearance in order not to be recognized
magnanimous noble and generous in spirit
magnification the appearance that something is larger than it is
magnificence splendid or imposing in size or appearance
magnitude the size or importance of something
perimeter whole outer boundary or measurement of a surface or figure
periodical a magazine or newspaper published at regular intervals; happening or recurring at regular intervals;
peripheral on the periphery; outside or away from the central part only slightly connected with what is essential; merely incidental (adj)
periphery outside boundary
prognosis a forecasting of the probable course and outcome of a disease, especially of the chances of recovery
diagnosis the identification of the nature of an illness or other problem by examination of the symptoms
Created by: mapledale5