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8th Grade Greek & La

Week 22

INFANS/INFANTIS inability to speak (L)
SCHOLE liesure, free time (G)
LUDO/LUSUS play, mock (L)
IATROS doctor, physician, comforter (G)
MEDICUS physician (L)
SANUS healthy, not diseased or injured (L)
infant speechless; one who cannot yet speak
infantile behaving like an infant or child
infantry (originally) force composed of those too young or inexperienced or low in rank for cavalry service; (now) foot soldiers in an army
pediatrician a doctor for children
encyclopedia a series of books which provide a child a well rounded knowledge on all subjects
pedagogy art or skill of teaching children
school a place of education; a group of fish swimming together
scholastic of or pertaining to schools or school education
scholar a student who is taught , especially one who is learning in classical (Greek & Latin) languages and literature
scholarship the attainments of a scholar in learning; a grant-in-aid to a student at a school or unversity
allude make indirect reference to; refer to
illusion the creation of a false impression of reality
ludicrous laughable, ridiculous, absurd
prelude music played before the main performance
psychiatrist doctor for the mind and soul
podiatrist foot doctor
pediatrician a children's physician
geriatrics field of medicine dealing with older people
medicine any substance used in treatment of disease or illness
medical pertaining to the science or practice of medicine
Medicare a U.S. government program of medical insurance for aged or disabled persons
sane of sound or healthy mind
insane mentally ill or abnormal, not of healthy mind
sanitary clean and healthy
sanitation state of clean, healthy conditions
Created by: LiseBrinkley