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Greek & Latins

Unit 8

hospital a place where sick or injured people are given care or treatment and where babies are often born.
hospitable generous and friendly to guests or visitors - welcoming
homonym a word that is spelled and pronounced like another word, but is different in meaning.
synonym a word that has the same or similar meaning as another word in the same lanuguage
antonym a word with a meaning that is opposite to the meaning of another word.
anonymous not named or identified; made or done by someone unknown.
acronym a name for something that is formed from the first letter of each of the words in a title.
pseudonym a name a person, such as a writer, uses instead of his or her real name.
hostile not friendly; having or showing unfriendly feelings; harsh or unpleasant.
hostage a person who is captured by someone who demands that certain things be done before the captured person is freed.
hosp guest - Latin
onym name - Greek
host stranger, enemy - Latin
Created by: CHES4