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Latin Root Words

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Jaime Vaca

on 13 December 2011

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Transcript of Latin Root Words

Building Words Prefix Root Suffix WORD in (NOT) sat (ENOUGH) able insatiable (NOT ABLE TO HAVE ENOUGH) A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a word to create a word with a different meaning.

Examples : REfill , UNdo, INcomplete, PREcooked
A root word is the main component of meaning in a word.

Example from the other words : reFILL, unDO, inCOMPLETE, preCOOKed
A suffix is the word ending.

Example: helpFUL, comfortABLE + +

= (ABLE) Latin Root Words nour, nur, nut

to feed vor

to swallow herbiVORe carniVORe SAVory inSIPid NOURish NUTrient sap, sav, sip

to taste sat

inSATiable SATiate SATurate VORacious act/agi tract Definition Example To act
To do To pull
To draw Contract React ten, tin, tain

To hold Detain ceiv, cept, cip pos Definition Example to put forth an idea principle propose to take to seize (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr prob, prov sci to test to prove approve to know conscious com-
con- per definition example completely concept perception together (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr pre- before preconceive
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