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Group 1

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Kaileigh Weston

on 30 January 2015

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Group 1
Anthropo-
Anthropo means human.
Prefixes
By: Britany Counts
ab- A formal element occurring in loanwords from Latin, where it meant “away from”

Greek Roots by Amara Fleenor
Chrom means color.
Chromoscope
Chromatic
Chromosome
Act- means do
EX.
activity
active
action
anthropocentric
anthropogeny
Suffixes by Sabrina Roberts
Cosmo means world or universe.
cosmetic
cosmetology
cosmetologist
Crat, crac means ruler.
aristocrat
autocrat
autocratical
anthropogenic
-able- suffixe to form adjectives by addition to stems of any origin (teachable; photographable)
Dem means people.
demarch
democrat
democracy
an- A prefix occurring before stems beginning with a vowel or h in loanwords from Greek, where it means “not,” “without,” “lacking” (anarchy; anecdote); used in the formation of compound words
Alt- means
high, deep

EX.
altimeter
altitude
altitudes
Aster-, astero-
ap- Variant of ad- before p
Derm means navigational device.
dermatologist
dermal
dermatology
anti- A prefix meaning “against,” “opposite of,” “antiparticle of,” used in the formation of compound words (anticline); used freely in combination with elements of any origin
Aster, astro- means star.
amphi- A prefix occurring in loanwords from Greek (amphibious); on this model, used with the meaning “two,” “both,” “on both sides,” in the formation of compound words
aero- A combining form meaning “air,” used in formation of compound words
ad- A prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin, where it meant “toward” and indicated direction, tendency, or addition
asterisk
astrologer
asteroid
-ible-occuring in words borrowed from latin (credible; horrible; visible), or modeled on the latin type (reducible)
ante- a prefix meaning “before,” used in the formation of compound words
-ade - action or process or a person
or persons acting, appearing in loan words from french and sometimes from spanish ( cannonade; fusillade; renegade) but also attached to : blockade; escapade; masquerade.
Baro-
baro- means pressure.
barometer
barograph
baroreceptor
Latin Roots by Morgan Britton
Anima, anim- means soul or spirit.
Anima, has the root meaning breath, air, life force.
EX.
animal
animate
animosity
Biblio-, bibli-
Suffixes by Sabrina Roberts
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Bibli-, bibli- means book.
-age- tyically forming mass or abstract nouns from various parts of speech, occuring originally in loanwords from french ( voyage;
courage)
bibliograph
bibliology
bibliopole
Bio-
Bio- means life.
biology
-al- the general sense " of the kind of, pertaining to, having the form or character of" that named by the stem, occurring in loanwords from latin ( autumnal; natural; pastoral)
abiotic
biography
Suffixes by Sabrina Roberts
Aqua-means water
Aquamarine
Aquameter
Aquafill
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-ial- Entracted from loanwords in which is joined to stems ending ( filial, imperial)
Latin Roots by Sarah Travis
Greek Roots by Amara
ann-
Cape, a rocky, scenic peninsula in NE Massachusetts, extending into the Atlantic Ocean.
Greek Roots by Amara
ann, enn
a rocky,scenic peninsula in NE Massachusetts, extending into the Atlantic Ocean.
arm-
the upper limb of the human body, especially the part extending from the shoulder to the wrist.
-ance- indicating an action state or condition, or quality: ( hindrance, tenancy, resemblance)
Art-means art
artist
artistic
artisan
Bell- means war.
Ex.
bellhops
bellflower
bellmen
Cele- means a highlight thing
Celebrating
Celebration
Celebrities
Cent-hundred
Ex.
cent
centennial
centurion
Suffixes by Sabrina Roberts
a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter
arbitr,arbiter -

-ant- forming adjectives and nouns from verbs, occuring originally in french and lation loanwords ( pleasant; constant; servant)
-ary- classical and medieval latin, on adjectives ( elementary; honorary; stationary; tributary)
Cede-move or go
secede
succeed
success
Aud-
meaning HEAR & LISTEN.
cept,capt-
preposition, Informal.
cip,cap-
Cataloging in Publication: a program sponsored by the Library of Congress and cooperating publishers in which a partial bibliographic description of a work appears on the verso of its title page.
Cog- means know
cognition
cognitive
cognizance
ceive,ceipt-
ceive- comes from Latin, where it has the meaning "get, receive.'' This meaning is found in such words as: conceive, deceive, perceive, receive, transceiver.
cess, ced-
any of several special taxes, such as a land tax in Scotland
cid, cis-
Criminal Investigation Department; the detective division of a police force


circ, citcum-
a prefix with the meaning “round about, around,” found in Latin loanwords, especially derivatives of verbs that had the general senses “to encompass or surround” ( circumference; circumjacent;
clin-
Based on the Random House Dictionary
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