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Senior Root Word Vocabulary

This prezi contains all of the roots and vocabulary that will be covered during the semester. (Units 1-22)
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Danielle Hill

on 29 May 2014

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Transcript of Senior Root Word Vocabulary

Units 1-22
Senior Root
Word Vocabulary

Unit 1 Roots and Words
Ag, Act- "to drive, do"
Cogent (adj), Exigent (adj), Assay (v), Intransigent (adj)
Cit- "to stir up, rouse"
Incite (v), Resuscitate (v), Solicitous (adj)
Turb- "disturb"
Perturb (v), Turbulent (adj), Turbid (adj)
Alacr- "lively"
Alacrity (n)
Celer- "quick"
Celerity (n)

Unit 2 Roots and Words
Gen- "race, type, kind"
Degenerate (n), Engender (v), Genre (n)
Nasc, Nat- "to be born"
Cognate (adj), Innate (adj), Nascent (adj)
Fig, Fict- "to shape"
Transfigure (v), Fictive (adj), Feign (v)
Par, Per- "to give birth, produce"
Parturient (adj), Repertory (n)
Unit 3 Roots and Words
Veh- "to drag, to carry"
Vehement (adj), Inveigh (v)
Mis- "to send, to put"
Surmise (v), Demise n), Remit (v)
Bol, Blem- "to throw, to cast"
Emblematic (adj), Diabolical (adj), Hyperbole (n)
Od- "road, way, coming"
Episodic (adj), Methodical (adj), Synod (n)
Unit 4 Roots and Words
Unit 5 Roots and Words
Unit 6 Roots and Words
Unit 7 Roots and Words
Unit 8 Roots and Words
Unit 9 Roots and Words
Unit 10 Roots and Words
Unit 11Roots and Words
Unit 12 Roots and Words
Unit 13 Roots and Words
Unit 14 Roots and Words
Unit 15 Roots and Words
Unit 16 Roots and Words
Unit 17 Roots and Words
Unit 18 Roots and Words
Unit 19 Roots and Words
Unit 20 Roots and Words
Unit 21 Roots and Words
Unit 22 Roots and Words
Past- "to feed (especially flocks or herds)"
Pastoral (adj), Repast (n)
Greg- "herds, flock"
Aggregate (adj), Egregious (adj), Gregarious (adj)
Agri- "field"
Agrarian (adj), Peregrination (n)
Frui- "to enjoy, to harvest"
Fruition (n), Fruitless (adj)
Rus- "country"
Rustic (adj)
Id- "form, shape, little work of verse"
Idyllic (adj)
Col- "herdsman"
Bucolic (adj)
Cond- "hide, put away"
Abscond (v), Recondite (adj)
Crypt- "to hide"
Cryptic (adj), Apocryphal (adj)
Ert- "uncover" or "cover"
Aperture (n), Overt (adj), Covert (adj)
Text- "weave, cover"
Context (n), Subtext (n), Pretext (n)
Mor, Mur- "delay"
Moratorium (n), Demure (adj), Demur (v)
Temp- "time"
Extemporaneous (adj), Temporal (adj), Temporize (v)
Dies- "day"
Diurnal (adj), Sojourn (n), Adjourn (v)
Chron- "time"
Anachronism (n), Chronicle (v), Synchronous (adj)
Psych- "soul, mind"
Psyche (n), Psychosomatic (adj), Psychotic (adj)
Anima- "soul, mind, life, spirit"
Pusillanimous (adj), Animadversion (n), Inanimate (adj)
Spir- "to breathe"
Transpire (v), Conspire (v), Aspire (v), Esprit (n)
Cord- "heart"
Discordant (adj), Concordance (n)
Cur- "to run"
Discursive (adj), Concur (v), Succor (n)
Seq, Seg, Su- "to follow"
Obsequious (adj), Segue (n), Ensue (v)
Ced, Ces- "to go, to yield"
Incessant (adj), Concede (v), Intercede (v)
Pet- "to seek, to go towards"
Perpetuity (n), Perpetuate
(v)
Jud- "judgement"
Judicious (adj), Adjudicate (v)
Mor- "law, custom, habit, humor"
Amoral (adj), Mores (n), Morose (adj)
Pi- "law-abiding, pious, dutiful" or "atone"
Expiate (v), Impious (adj)
Sacr- "holy, sacred"
Consecrate (v), Execrable (adj), Sacrosanct (adj)
Art, Ert- "art"
Artifice (n), Artless (adj), Inert (adj)
Icon- "image"
Icon (n), Iconoclast (n), Iconography (n)
Im, Em- "to mimic, to imitate"
Emulate (v), Inimitable (adj)
Vis, Vey, View- "to see"
Purveyor (n), Proviso (n), Purview (n)
Cura- "care"
Sinecure (n.), Incurious (adj.), Procure (v.)
Nec- "death" or "to harm, to kill"
Internecine (adj.), Innocuous (adj.)
Sol- "to comfort"
Solace (n.), Inconsolable (adj.)
Sal- "healthy, whole"
Salubrious (adj.), Salutary (adj.), Salutation (n.)

Jug- "yoke"
Subjugate (v), Conjugal (adj)
Tig, Ting- "to touch"
Contiguous (adj), Contingent (adj)
Frang, Fray- "to break"
Infrangible (adj), Defray (v), Suffrage (n), Refract (v)
Sect- "to cut"
Transect (v), Sectarian (adj)
Cap, Cip- "head"
Capitulate (v), Recapitulate (v), Caprice (n), Precipitate (v)
Duc- "lead"
Adduce (v), Traduce (v), Subdue (v)
Serv- "to serve, to keep"
Subservient (adj.), Servile (adj), Reserved (adj)
Sup, Sov, Sur- "above"
Sovereign (adj), Surfeit (v), Insuperable (adj)
Loc- "place" or "to locate, put, place"
Locus (n), In Lieu Of (adv), Allocate (v)
Pos- "to put, place"
Apposite (adj), Interpose (v), Composite (n)
Top- "place"
Utopian (adj), Dystopian (adj), Topical (adj)
Thet, Them- "placed" or "thing placed or set"
Anathema (n), Epithet (n)
Loq, Loc- "to speak"
Magniloquent (adj), Loquacious (adj), Circumlocution (n), Colloquy (n), Obloquy (n)
Sign- "sign" or "to sign"
Consign (v), Resignation (n), Signatory (n)
Scrib- "to write, draw"
Proscribe (v), Ascribe (v), Circumscribe (v)
Voc- "voice" or "to call"
Vociferous (adj), Avocation (n), Vocation (n), Univocal (adj)
Tac- "To be silent"
Reticent (adj), Tacit (adj), Taciturn (adj)
Verb- "word"
Verbiage (n), Verbatim (adj), Verbose (adj)
Op- "view"
Synopsis (n), Myopic (adj)
Umbr- "shadow, shade"
Adumbrate (v), Umbrage (n)
Cern, Cret- "to discern, to recognize, to see"
Discern (v), Discretion (n), Discrete 9adj)
Pris- "to grasp, to understand"
Apprise (v), Comprise (v), Reprehensible (adj)
Dur- "hard"
Dour (adj), Obdurate (adj), Duress (n)
Flu, Flux- "flow"
Flux (n), Influx (n), Confluence (n)
Prim, Press- "press, push"
Irrepressible (adj), Suppress (v), Reprimand (n)
Plic- "to fold" or "fold"
Implicate (v), Explicate (v), Duplicitous (adj), Inexplicable (adj), Complicity (n)
Lud- "game, play"
Ludicrous (adj), Allude (v), Collusion (n), Interlude (n)
Ris- "to laugh"
Derisive (adj), Risible (adj)
Felic- "happy, fortunate"
Felicitous (adj), Infelicitous (adj), Felicity (n)
String, Strict, Strain- "to bind, to press"
Stringent (adj), Stricture (n), Prestige (n), Constrain (v)
Strus- "to thrust, push out"
Abstruse (adj), Obtrusive (adj), Intrusive (adj)
Rig, Rect, Roit- "to stand up, be straight"
Rectify (v), Incorrigible (adj), Rectitude (n), Adroit (adj)
Sat- "enough"
Insatiable (adj), Satiety (n), Asset (n)
Plen- "full"
Plenary (adj), Plenipotentiary (adj)
Voc, Void- "empty"
Devoid (adj), Vacuous (adj), Vacuity (n)
Van- "empty"
Evanescent (adj), Vaunted (adj)
Tenu- "thin"
Attenuate (v), Extenuating (adj), Tenuous (adj)
Ten- "hold"
Pertinacious (adj), Tenet (n), Tenable (adj)
Tend- "stretch"
Contend (v), Ostensible (adj), Portend (v), Distend (v), Tendentious (adj)
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