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8th Grade Greek & La

Week 3

QuestionAnswer
LOGOS (Greek) word, study
VERBUM (Latin) word
NOMEN/NOMINIS (Latin) name
PRO (Latin) for, before, forward, in place of
PRAE (Latin) before, infront of
AD (Latin) to, toward; near, next to
JACIO/JACTUM (Latin) throw
geology study of the earth
astrology knowledge from the stars
biology study of physical life
zoology study of animals
verb the action word in a sentence
proverb a wise or profound saying
verbatim word for word copy or record
verbalize to express in words
nominate suggest someone's name for office
nominal in name only; not real or actual
denomination names of classes or categories, e.g., religions, money
denominator the part of a fraction below the line
problem anything thrown forward to be worked on or solved
prologue words before the beginning of a play or book
proceed move forward
pronoun word that stands for a noun (I, you, he, she, it, we, they, etc.)
predict say beforehand, foretell
precaution being on guard beforehand
pregnant condition before birth
prejudice make judgement beforehand
adhere stick to
adjective word 'thrown at' a noun to modify it
admonish give warning to
advertise turn people to what you are offering
eject throw out
interject throw between
project throw forward
reject throw back
Created by: LiseBrinkley