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Jud/Flu/Leg

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on 21 March 2014

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Transcript of Jud/Flu/Leg

Where the rules are made
Meanings and Examples
LATIN WORDS ARE THE BASE OF ALL WORDS. ~ ABIGAIL MINNAUGH
Leg meanings and examples
Latin Root - Flu
The latin root word leg means law or lawful.

If something is illegal it is against the law, not lawful.

Latin Root - Leg
Some more examples are...
legal
privilege
legalive
legacy
legislator
legitiment
legislate
The latin root word Flu, means to flow. For exaple, flush means to a rush, or overspreading flow.
More flu - words
fluid
fluecy
influenza
fluctuate
flume
influence
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Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Meanings and Examples
Latin Root - Jud
The latin root word Jud, means judge or review. For example, prejudge means to judge before hand.

More jud- words
judgment
misjudge
prejudice
judgmental
judicial
judge

Jud/Flu/Leg
Review
A QUOTE FROM ABIGAIL ABOUT LATIN ROOT WORDS
Review:
Flu -
means to flow
Jud -
means judge or review
Leg -
means law or lawful
Now that you know the latin root words flu, leg, and judge, you can pass the PBRCT!! (Polar Bear Reference Competency Test!)
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