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Latin & Greek Roots

Unit 5

TermDefinition
joc (jocus) joke
jocose cheerful; merry
jocular characterized by joking
fest, fet (festus) festive
festoon to drape or adorn festively
fete to honor with a banquet or feast
bacch from the Roman god of celebration (Bacchus)
bacchic of or related to a wild celebration
bacchanal a drunken party or celebration
plaint (plangere, planctus) to lament
plaintive sorrowful; expressing or evoking mourning or sadness
plaint a lament or complaint
eleg (elegos) song of lament
elegy a song or poem memorializing something or someone
elegiac mourning that which is lost or past; sorrowful
Created by: debragrebe