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Greek Latin Roots

9th Grade Greek and Latin Roots

QuestionAnswer
para- beside
acou hear
dog/dox opinion, praise
meter measure
ortho straight, right
ic like, related to
-ma something done
-ology study of, science
an- not, without
aeth/esth feeling, perception, sensation
-esia action, process
-ete one who
-ist one who
paradox a statement, situation, etc. that seems absurd or contradictory, but is or may be true
acoustic related to hearing or sound as it is heard
dogma something held as an established opinion
acounter instrument used to measure the acuteness of hearing
doxology a liturgical formula of praise to God
orthodox adhering to what is commonly accepted
anethesia medically induced insensitively to pain
anesthetic a drug that causes temporary loss of bodily sensation
esthesiometer a instrument used to measure tactile sensitivity
aesthetic relating; to the enjoyment or study of beauty
Created by: Gavin32