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Lesson 12 (Greek), pp. 224-226

1. THEo- god
crat one who rules by
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. a government in which a god is recognized as supreme ruler

2. GASTRo- stomach
-nom(y) art of
-ic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. to the art of good eating

3. DERMATo- skin
-log(y) study of
-ist one engaged in
(noun)
one skilled in medicine dealing with the skin

4. PSEUD- false
ONYM- name
(noun)
a name used in place of a real name, a pen name

5. GYNECo- woman
-logy study of
(noun)
the branch of medicine that deals with women and their diseases

6. ANDR- man
-oid like
(substantive)
in science fiction, an automaton made to resemble a human being

7. CHRONo- time
log(y) system of
-ic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
according to order in or through time

8. ARCHAEo- ancient
-log(y) study of
-ist one engaged in
(noun)
experts in the scientific study of ancient times

9. HELIo- sun
TROP- turn
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
bending or growing in response to the sun

10. BI- life, living
OP- see
-sy act of
(noun used as adj.)
removal and examination of living tissue

11. IDEo- idea
-log(y) system of
-ic/-al p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. a systematic or standard body of ideas

12. MICRo- small
COSM- universe
(noun)
a smaller unity which reflects a larger one

13. TAXo- arrange
-nomy system of laws
(noun)
the science of classifying plants and animals

14. NECRo- the dead
MANC- divine by means of
-y state of
(noun)
"magic through contact with the dead"; magic, enchantment

15. PSYCH- mind
IATR- physician
-y act of
(noun)
the treatment of mental and emotional disorders

16. ANTHROPo- man(kind)
-log(y) study of
- ist one engaged in
(noun)
specialist in the science of man

17. PALEo- old
LITH- stone
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. the earliest period of the Stone Age

18. AUTo- self
-nomy system of laws governing
(noun)
independence, self-government

19. ETHNo- race
-log(y) study of
-ist one engaged in
(noun)
a specialist in the origin and customs of various human groups

20. AUTo- by one's self
-crat one who rules
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
having the highest or only authority or power

 

Lesson 13 (Greek), pp. 229-231

1. HIER- holy
-archy rule by
(noun)
(a) church government
(b) a system arranged into rank, grade or class

2. PATR- father
ONYM- name
-ic p.t.
(substantive)
a name derived from a father's or paternal ancestor's

3. ACRo- highest
POLIS- city
(noun)
the highest part of a city, the central citadel of Athens

4. EGO- I, self
-maniac one having a madness for
(noun)
an extremely conceited person

5. PATR- father
-ist one who (is)
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
p.t. the Church fathers and their writings

6. PYRo- fire
-maniac one having a
madness for
(noun)
one who has a great desire to start fires

7. TELE- from afar
PATH- feeling
-y act of
(noun)
communication without speech or sensory contact

8. ACRo- highest
-phobia fear of
(noun)
fear of being in high places

9. a(n)- not
ARCH- chief, head
-y state of
(noun)
complete absence of government, political chaos

10. THEo- god
SOPH- wise, knowledge
-y state of
(noun)
a philosophy or religion claiming insight into God

11. XENo- foreigner
-phobia fear of
(noun)
fear or hatred of foreigners

12. HYDRo- water
DYNAM- power
-ics system of
(noun)
the science dealing with the force of liquids in motion

13. EGO- I, self
CENTR- center
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
self-centered, selfish

14. HOMo- same
LOG- proportion
-ous p.t.
(adj.)
corresponding in structure or position

15. OLIG- few
-archy rule by
(noun)
a type of government in which only a few people rule, aristocracy

16. NECRo- the dead
-logy list of
(noun)
list of dead people, obituary

17. PATRI- family
ARCH- chief, head
-al p.t.
(adj.)
appropriate to a leader of a clan, venerable

18. MEGALo- large
-mania madness for
(noun)
a mental disorder marked by delusions of grandeur

19. ACRo- extremities
MEGAL- large
-y condition of
(noun)
abnormal enlargement of hands, feet and face

20. PALEo- most ancient
ZO- life
-ic p.t.
(adj.)
the geologic era in which the earliest forms of life appear