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8th Grade Greek & La

Fall Mid-term Test

phonograph a machine for writing or recording sound
telephoto light from far away
autograph to write one's own name
meter 39.47 inches long
sympathy to feel with someone else
thesis a position taken in an argument supported by a set of reasons
kinetic relating to movement of bodies
verbatim word for word copy or record
adhere stick to
predict say beforehand, foretell
proverb a wise or profound saying
adjective word "thrown at" a noun to modify it
caput "off with his head"
captain head of a group of soldiers
manicotti sleeve like pasta
cabbage vegetable head
denture set of teeth
corpse a dead body
millenium thousand year period or anniversary
igneous pertaining to fire
bounteous plentiful good
thermotropism turning toward heat
philosopher one who loves wisdom
cinema motion pictures
kaleidoscope device for seeing changing beautiful forms or arrangements of small fragments of glass, etc.
cooperate work with
hologram three dimensional photograph of a whole object
invisible not to be seen
Created by: LiseBrinkley