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8th Grade Greek & La

Week 30

PENDO/PENSUM hang down, weigh, consider, judge (L)
HYPER above, overly, beyond (G)
HYPO under, below (G)
SUPER on top, above, over (L)
SUB under, below, beneath (L)
RUMPO/RUPTUM break, burst, split (L)
PAX/PACIS peace (L)
suspend to hang down under; temporarily stop an act
suspense state of mental uncertainty while awaiting a decision or outcome
expensive entailing great expense; much weighing out
suspension hanging down under something above; liquid throughout which particles are evenly distributed and do not settle to the bottom
hyperbole throw beyond; exaggerate
hyperactive displaying excessive physical energy
hyperventilate to breath extremely fast and deeply
hyperextension extension of a body part beyond normal limits
hypothermia having a body temperature below normal
hypothesis a proposition assumed for the sake of argument
hypoallergenic designed to prevent an allergic response by containing few irritating substances
supervise to oversee
survive live over or beyond a threat of death
supersonic faster than the speed of sound
supercalifragilisticexpialidocious indescribably fabulous; from a nonsense word in Mary Poppins
subscription sign one's name on a document in approval or agreement with contents
suburb smaller district outside a larger city or town
substitute a person or thing acting or serving in place of another
subterranean underground
abrupt broken off without preparation or warning
corrupt change from good to bad morals, manners, or actions
interrupt break into a conversation or action
erupt break out; burst forth
peace freedom from war or civil disorder, lack of disturbance
pacific characterized by peace or calm
pay to "make peace" by giving someone what is owed to him
taxpayer citizen who must pay taxes in order to avoid penalties
Created by: LiseBrinkley