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Latin Roots 11

Latin Roots and Words Lesson 11

scrib, script write
liter letter
litig dispute;quarrel;sue
leg,lig,lect choose;gather
leg,lect read
leg law
lig bind
string,strict,[strain,straint] bind
stingu,stinct prick;prick out;quench
stimul good;rouse
pung,puct,[point] point;prick
pugn,pug fight;fist
inscription words, etc. marked engraved on surface
literature writings; printed material
litigation a dispute as in a lawsuit
eligible fit to be chosen; qualified
legible that can be read easily
illegal prohibited by law
ligature a tie; a bond
stringent strict; severe
restrict to keep within limnits; confine
disinct clearly marked; plain; unmistakable
stimulate to excite to activity or increased cativity
pungent producing a sharp sensation of taste and smell
puncture a piercing; a hold made by sharp point
pugnacious eager and read to fight; quarrelsome
pugilist a boxer
Created by: taytayhster