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Lesson 8 (Greek), pp. 203-204

1. CHROMAT- color
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
of or containing color(s)

2. POLY- many
PHON- voice
(noun)
multiplicity of sounds, combination of melodies

3. syn- same
ONYM- name
-ous p.t.
(adj.)
having nearly the same meaning/effect

4. ETHN- race
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
racial, p.t. the groups of mankind

5. BIBLIo- book
PHIL- love
(noun)
a lover or collector of books

6. ASTR- star
-al p.t.
(adj.)
of or p.t. stars or heavenly bodies

7. TAUTo- same
LOG- word, thought
-ic/-al p.t.
-ly Eng. adverb
(adv.)
"using the same word"; repetitively without purpose, redundantly

8. CHROMAT- color
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
using or progressing by half-tones

9. dia- through
PHAN- show
-ous full of
(adj.)
"see-through"; transparent

10. dia- between
LECT- speak
-ics study of
(noun)
"art of conversation"; cf. dialogue, logical argumentation

11. THERM- heat
-al p.t.
(adj.)
having to do with heat

12. hyper- over, too much
CRI- judge
-tic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
excessively judgmental

13. POLY- many
GAM- marriage
-ous full of
(adj.)
having multiple wives or mates

14. dia- apart
CRI- separate
-tic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
used to distinguish sounds

15. eu- good
PHON- sound
-ious full of
(adj.)
pleasant or agreeable to the ear

16. ETHNo- race
CENTR- center
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
considering one's own race superior

17. PHILo- love
LOG- word(s)
-ic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
"lover of word-study"; p.t. literary classical scholarship

18. PHIL- love
ANTHROP- man(kind)
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
showing kindess or goodwill to humanity

19. a- not
MORPH- form, shape
-ous full of
(adj.)
having no definite shape or form

20. ec- out
LECT- choose
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
"t.t. be selected"; composed of various selections, disjointed

 

Lesson 9 (Greek), pp. 209-210

1. CHIRo- hand
POD- foot
-ist expert in
(noun)
orig, "hand/foot doctor"; now, foot doctor

2. POL- city, state
-ite inhabitant of
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
"urbane"; prudent, tactful

3. ORTHo- straight
PAED- child, grow
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. surgery dealing with skeletal deformity

4. HETERo- different
DOX- opinion
(adj.)
contrary to the standard opinion

5. GNOS- know
-tic p.t.
-ism belief in
(noun)
"rationalism"; early Christian mystical and philosophical heresy

6. PED- child
AGOGUE- lead(er)
(noun)
a dull, dogmatic teacher

7. POLY- many
THE- god
-ist one believing in
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
having to do with the belief in more than one god

8. ORTH- straight
ODONT- tooth
-ist expert in
(noun) dentist specializing
in straightening teeth

9. COSMo- universe
POL- state
-ite inhabitant of
(noun)
one who sees the world as home; one with international experience

10. peri- near
ODONT- tooth
-ist expert in
(noun)
specialist in gums or areas around the teeth

11. DEM- people
AGOGUE- lead
(noun)
"mob-leader"; a leader who appeals to the emotions and prejudices of the masses

12. NEo- new
LOG- word
-ist one engaged in
(noun)
a creator of new words

13. PAN- all THE- god
(a) -ism (noun) belief in;
(b) -ist one who
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
(p.t.) the belief that God pervades all reality

14. PED- child
IATR- physician
-ics science of
(noun)
branch of medicine dealing with the care and diseases of children

15. GEo- earth
POL- state
-ite inhabitant of
-ics study of
(noun)
study of the
influence of geography on government

16. syn- together
OP(T)- see
-(t)ic p.t.
(adj.)
having a general or wide view of a subject

17. TAX(i*)- arrange
DERM- skin(s)
-ist one working with
(noun)
one who prepares and mounts animal skins
[*-i comes from Greek noun taxis ("arrangement")]

18. BALL- throw
-ist that which
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
having been thrown mechanically (orig. from a catapult)

19. ORTHo- straight
DOX- opinion
(adj.)
conforming to established doctrine or procedure

20. POD- foot
IATR- care
-ist expert in
(noun)
a doctor who treats ailments of the foot