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Classical Roots 1-4

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Classical Roots 1-4

  1. 1. Classical Roots 1-2 By: Sam Fincher
  2. 2. Monos- One Monologue- Monarch- Long speech One person control
  3. 3. Monos- One Monogram- Monopoly- Design of letters Exclusive control
  4. 4. Monos- One MonolithLarge stone block
  5. 5. Unus- One Unanimous- Unilateral- Complete agreement One- sided
  6. 6. Duo, Duplex- Two, Twofold Duplex- Duplicate- Two living units Copy
  7. 7. Bi- Two Bilateral- Bipartisan- Two sides Two parties
  8. 8. Bi- Two BisectDivide in two
  9. 9. Tri, Tres- Three Trilogy- Trisect- Three works Divide into three
  10. 10. Tri, Tres- Three TriumvirateGroup of Three
  11. 11. Quartus, Quatuor- Fourth, four Quadrant- Quartet- ¼ of something Four musicians
  12. 12. Quartus, Quatuor- Fourth, Four QuatrainFour lined poem
  13. 13. Decem- Ten Decimate- Decathlon- Destroy a large part of Ten Event Contest
  14. 14. Centum- Hundred Bicentennial- Cantenary- Two Hundredth anniversary 100 Year Period
  15. 15. Centum- Hundred CentigradeCelcius
  16. 16. Classical Roots 3-4 By: Joshua Rainwater
  17. 17. Pan- All Pandemonium- Panacea- Uproar Cure-all
  18. 18. Omnis- all Omnipotent- Omnipresent- Unlimited Power Present Everywhere
  19. 19. Omnis- all OmnivorousPlant and meat eater
  20. 20. Holos- whole Catholic- Holocaust- All inclusive Great destruction
  21. 21. Claudo, Claudere, Clausi, Clausm- To close Cloister- Preclude- Monastery Prevent
  22. 22. Claudo, Claudere, Clausi, Clausm- To close RecluseAnti- social
  23. 23. Incipio, Incipere, Incepi, Inceptum- to begin Inception- Incipient- Beginning Early stages
  24. 24. Nihil- Nothing Annihilate- Nihilism- Great destruction Rejection of beliefs
  25. 25. Nego, Negare, Negavi, negatum- To deny Negate- Renegade- Disprove Outlaw
  26. 26. Vanus, Vacuus- Empty Vacuous Vanity- Empty of purpose Hate of Appearance
  27. 27. Vanus, Vacuus- Empty VauntBoast or brag
  28. 28. Aperio, Aperire, Aperui, Apertum- To open Aperture- Overt- Opening Done Openly
  29. 29. Sources Vocabulary From Classical Roots By Norma Fifer And Nancy Flowers

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