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LatinRootsMrSpotts

The Potter's School English Vocabulary in Greek and Latin Roots 1

QuestionAnswer
aridus adj, stem arid dry
ATROX, ATROCIS ADJ, stem atroci- fierce
avis n. stem avi- BIRD
BREVIS adj. stem brevi, SHORT
civis n. civ- citizen
COR, CORDIS cordi- heart
corpus, corporis n. corpor- body
fatuus adj. fatu- foolish
forma adj. form- shape, form
gravis adj. grav- heavy
levis adj. lev- light
mens, mentis n. ment- mind
mundus n. mund- the world
ovum n. ov- egg
proprius adj propri- one's own
provincia n. provinci- duty, province
sanus adj san- sound, healthy
senex, senis adj. sen- old, aged; old man
tempus, temporus n. tempor- time
terminus n. termin- end, limit
urbs, urbis n. urb- city
ursis n. urs- bear
vacuus adj. vacu- empty
verbum n. verb- word
vox, vocis n. voc- voice
vulgus n. vulg- the common people
Created by: kirstent