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9th Grade Root Words

Set 10: p. 19&20 by: Karl Miranda

TermDefinition
an- not, without
cardi heart
echo sound
gram write, written
lal talk, beside
locat place
-ia condition
-ic like, related to
-ion an action or process; state, quality, act
echolocation a means of locating an object using an emitted sound and the reflection back from it
echocardiogram a noninvasive technique that uses ultrasound to record the functioning of the heart
echoic formed in irritation of some natural sound
echolalia involuntary parrot-like repetition of a word or phrase spoken by another; echoing
anechoic free from echoes or reverberations
anthrop humankind, man
eo dawn, early
graph write, written
lith stone
paleo ancient, old
sphere ball
-cene new, recent
-ic like, related to
-us thing which
-y state of, quality, act, body, group
lithosphere the outer part of the solid earth composed of rock
Paleolithic related to the early Stone Age
Eoanthropus a genus of early man; dawn man
eolith a very early or crude stone tool
lithography the process or method of printing from a metal or stone surface
Eocene relating to the second epoch of the Tertiary Period
Created by: iam.karl