Latin Bases

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  1. FLOR-
    • flower
    • florist, floral, Florida
  2. CULP-
    • blame
    • culprit, culpable
  3. TRACT-
    • to drag
    • tractor, traction, detract
  4. MUT-
    • to change
    • mutation, mutant
  5. LUC-
    LUMIN-
    • to shine, light
    • lucid, illuminate
  6. PESSIM-
    • worst
    • pessimist
  7. LATER-
    • side
    • equilateral, laterally
  8. PEJOR-
    • worse
    • pejoritive
  9. MAXIM-
    greatest
  10. MAJOR-
    MAJ(US)-
    greater
  11. MELIOR-
    • better
    • ameliorate
  12. FLAT-
    • to blow
    • inflate, flatulent, conflation
  13. PLIC-
    PLEX-
    [PLY-]
    • to fold, tangle, interweave
    • complicate, implicate, implicit, complex, imply, multiply
  14. FLAG(R)-
    FLAM(M)-
    • to burn, flame
    • flagrant, conflagrant, inflammation
  15. MILL-
    • thousand
    • millimeter, mill
  16. CENT-
    • hundrend
    • century, centennial
  17. DECI(M)-
    • ten
    • deciliter, decimal
  18. OCT(AV)-
    • eighth
    • octave
  19. OCT-
    • eight
    • octet
  20. SEPT(EM)-
    • seven
    • septet, September
  21. SEXT-
    • six
    • sextet
  22. QUINT-
    • fifth
    • quintuplet, quintet
  23. QUART-
    • fourth
    • quarter
  24. QUADR(U)-
    • four
    • quadrangle, quadruple
  25. TRI-
    • three
    • triangle
  26. BI-
    BIN-
    • two, twice
    • bicycle, binoculars
  27. DU-
    • two
    • duet, dual
  28. PRIM-
    • first
    • primary, primitive
  29. UN-
    • one
    • uniform, unanimous
  30. SEMI-
    • half, partly
    • semiannual
  31. VOC-
    VOK-
    • voice, to call
    • vocal, invoke, invocation, provoke, revoke
  32. VID-
    VIS-
    [VIEW-]
    • to see
    • evident, provide, visual, provision, review
  33. UND-
    (OUND-)
    • wave
    • abundant, undulate, abound, rebound
  34. SPEC-
    (SPIC-)
    SPECT-
    • to look
    • specimen, conspicuous, inspect, respect
  35. PLE-
    PLET-
    PLEN-
    • to fill, full
    • implement, complete, deplete, plenary
  36. PEND-
    PENS-
    • to hang, weigh, pay
    • dependent, suspend, dispense, expense
  37. CLUD-
    CLUS-
    [CLOS-]
    • to shut
    • exclude, include, disclose
  38. VI(A)-
    • way, road
    • via, previous
  39. VERT-
    VERS-
    • to turn
    • revert, aversion
  40. TURB-
    • to upset, stir
    • perturb, turbulence
  41. THE(A)-
    • to see
    • theatre, theory
  42. SANCT-
    • holy
    • sanctify, sanctimonious
  43. SACR-
    (SECR-)
    • sacred
    • sacrement, desecrate
  44. PED-
    • foot
    • pedal, impediment, pedestrian
  45. GREG-
    • flock, herd
    • congregate, segregate
  46. CRUC-
    CRUX-
    • cross
    • crucify, crux
  47. LOQU-
    LOCUT
    • to speak
    • colloquial, eloquent, elocution, interlocutor
  48. LEV-
    [LIEF-/LIEV-]
    • to lift, light (in weight)
    • levity, elevate
  49. DUC-
    DUCT-
    • to lead
    • conduct, induce, transducer, reduction
  50. VEST-
    • garment
    • vest, vestment
  51. VERB-
    • word, verb
    • verb, adverb, verbatim, proverb
  52. PART-
    • part
    • part, depart
  53. NUL(L)-
    • nothing
    • null, annul
  54. NIHIL-
    • nothing
    • annihilate, nihilism
  55. LINE-
    LIGN-
    • line
    • line, align
  56. GRAV-
    [GREIV-]
    • heavy
    • grave, grievance
  57. GRAND-
    • great
    • grand, grandeur
  58. FORT-
    • strong
    • fort, forte, comfort
  59. FIRM-
    • strong, firm
    • firmament, confirm
  60. FIN-
    • end, limit, border
    • final, definite
  61. ART-
    • art, skill
    • art, artifact
  62. VIV-
    • to live
    • vivid, revive
  63. MILIT-
    • soldier
    • militant, militate, military
  64. SPIR-
    • to breathe
    • spirit, conspire, inspiration
  65. JOC-
    • joke
    • jocular, jocund
  66. FRANG-
    (FRING-)
    FRACT-
    • to break
    • frangible, fraction
  67. SOL-
    • alone
    • solitude, desolation
  68. SEQU-
    SECUT-
    • to follow
    • sequence, consequence, prosecute, consecutive
  69. PATRON-
    • protector
    • patronize
  70. PROB-
    PROBAT-
    [PROV-]
    • to test, good
    • probe, probity, approve
  71. [JOURN-]
    • day
    • journal
  72. ROG-
    • to ask
    • interogate, arrogant, derogatory
  73. RADIC-
    • root
    • radical, eradicate
  74. LOC-
    [LIEU-]
    • place
    • local, dislocate
  75. SEC-
    SEG-
    SECT-
    • to cut
    • secant, segment, bisect, section
  76. CAPIT-
    (CIPIT-)
    • head
    • capital, decapitate, precipitate
  77. VIR-
    • 1.man
    • virtue, virile
    • 2.poision
    • virus, virilant
  78. FERV-
    • to bubble or boil
    • fervant, fervidity
  79. DE-
    DIV-
    • God
    • deify, divine
  80. AM-
    AMAT-
    • to love
    • amorous, amatory
  81. PATI-
    PASS-
    • to suffer, endure
    • patient, passive, passion
  82. CRE-
    CRE(SC)-
    CRET-
    [CRU-]
    • to grow
    • crescent, excrexcence, concrete
  83. GNO-
    NO-
    NOT-
    • to know
    • recognize, ignore, noble, note
  84. VER-
    • true
    • veritable, aver, very
  85. MATR-
    MATERN-
    • mother
    • matron, maternity
  86. GRAN-
    • grain
    • granary, granite, granola
  87. VOLV-
    VOLUT-
    • to roll
    • revolve, involve, evolution, revolution
  88. MINOR-
    MINUS-
    MINUT-
    • small, smaller
    • minority, minute, diminutive
  89. SCRIB-
    SCRIPT-
    • to write
    • describe, inscribe, scribble, conscription, subscription
  90. NOMEN-
    NOMIN-
    • name, noun
    • nomenclature, nominate, pronominal
  91. SOROR-
    • sister
    • sorority
  92. FRAT(E)R-
    • brother
    • fraternity
  93. PATRI-
    • fatherland, country
    • repatriate
  94. PATR-
    PATERN-
    • father
    • patrimony, paternity
  95. CID-
    CIS-
    • to kill, cut
    • insecticide, fratricide, incision, precise
  96. LITER-
    • letter(s)
    • literature
  97. SOLV-
    SOLUT-
    • to loosen, free
    • solve, absolve, solution, aboslute
  98. MON-
    MONIT-
    • to warn, advise
    • admonish, monument, monitor, premonition
  99. JUG-
    JUNCT-
    [JOIN-]
    [JOINT-]
    • to yoke, join
    • jugular, juncture, join, rejoinder, conjointly
  100. I-
    IT-
    • to go
    • transient, ambient, initial, transition
  101. RAP-
    RAPT-
    (REPT-)
    • to seize
    • rapid, rape, rapture
  102. TRIT-
    • to rub or wear away
    • contrition, attrition
  103. VAL-
    [VAIL-]
    • to be strong, be worthy
    • value, equivalent, valid, avail, prevail
  104. SON-
    SONOR-
    • sound
    • supersonic, resonance, sonata
  105. SCI-
    • to know
    • science, conscientious
  106. MIT(T)-
    MIS(S)-
    • to send, let go
    • admit, transmitter, missile, transmission
  107. GER-
    GEST-
    • to carry (on), produce
    • exaggerate, congestion, digest
  108. JAC-
    JECT-
    • to throw
    • ejaculate, inject, projectile, reject
  109. ERR-
    • to wander
    • error, erratic
  110. HER-
    HES-
    • to stick
    • adhesive, adhere
  111. CAD-
    (CID-)
    CAS-
    • to fall, befall
    • cadence, accident, incident, casual, occasion
  112. MOD-
    • measure, well measure
    • modicum, modest, modern, modify
  113. NASC-
    NAT-
    • to be born
    • nascent, native, prenatal, nature, natural
  114. FUND-
    FUS-
    [FOUND-]
    • to pour, melt
    • refund, fusion, confusion, foundry, foundation
  115. PLAC-
    • please
    • placate, placid, placebo
  116. DUR-
    • hard, to last
    • duration, endurable
  117. ORD(IN)-
    • to arrange, to put in order
    • order, ordinary
  118. DOM(IN)-
    • house, master
    • dome, predominant
  119. OPTIM-
    • best
    • optimum
  120. BELL-
    • 1. war
    • bellicose, beligerent
    • 2. beauty
    • belle, embellish
  121. TENU-
    • stretched, thin
    • tenuous, attenuate
  122. DOC-
    DOCT-
    • to teach
    • document, doctor, indoctrinate
  123. CRED-
    • to believe, trust
    • credential, creditor, discredit
  124. FIDEL-
    • faithful
    • infidelity
  125. TERR-
    • earth, land
    • terrestrial, territory
  126. SAL-
    (SIL-)
    SALT-
    SULT-
    • to leap, jump
    • insult, salient, resilient, saltatorial
  127. MAL(E)-
    • bad
    • maladjusted, malicious, malignant
  128. MAGN-
    • great
    • magnitude, magnify
  129. FID-
    • faith
    • confident
  130. FEDER-
    • league, treaty, trust
    • federation, confederate
  131. EQU-
    (IQI-)
    • equal, even
    • equal, equidistant, iniquity
  132. CUR-
    • care
    • sinecure, secure
  133. CANT-
    (CENT-)
    [CHANT-]
    • to sing
    • canorous, incantation, incentive, enchant
  134. BENE-
    BON-
    • good, well
    • benefactor, benefit, benign, bonus
  135. ANN(U)-
    (ENNI-)
    • year
    • annual, annals, perennial
  136. TEMPOR-
    TEMP-
    [TENS-]
    • time, due season
    • temporary, temporal
  137. TEMPER-
    • to set bounds
    • temperate, temperature
  138. SIMUL-
    • at the same time
    • simulate
  139. SIMIL-
    • like, similar
    • simile
  140. FER-
    • to bear, carry
    • refer, transfer, conference
  141. OMN-
    • all
    • omnipresent, omnivorous
  142. CORPOR-
    CORP(US)-
    • body
    • corpse, incorporate
  143. AQU(A)-
    • water
    • aqueduct, aquatic
  144. PLICT-
    fold
  145. PLECT-
    weave
  146. PLURIM-
    most
  147. SEN-
    • old
    • senate, senior
  148. TORT-
    TORQU-
    • to twist
    • torture, distort, torque
  149. NOV-
    • new
    • novel, novice, innovative
  150. NOC-
    NOX-
    NIC-
    NEC-
    • to harm, kill
    • innocent, obnoxious, pernicious, internecine
  151. FOLI-
    [FOIL-]
    • leaf
    • folio, defoliant, tinfoil
  152. PLUS-
    PLUR-
    more
  153. FLU-
    FLUX-
    FLUCT-
    FLUV-
    FLUORO-
    • to flow, a flow
    • fluid, flux, effluvia, fluoroscope
  154. MEDI-
    • middle
    • median, medium, immediate
  155. PROPRI-
    PROPER-
    • one's own, fitting
    • proprietary, appropriate
  156. CARN-
    • flesh
    • carnage, incarnation
  157. AUD-
    AUDIT-
    • to hear
    • audience, audit, auditorium
  158. MAN(U)-
    • hand
    • manicure, manipulate, manual, manuscript
  159. FLECT-
    FLEX-
    • to bend
    • deflection, reflection, flexible, reflex
  160. CORD-
    • heart (feelings)
    • cordial, accord, record
  161. VULG-
    • common, ordinary (common people)
    • vulgar, vulgate
  162. PURG-
    • to clean
    • purge, purgative
  163. MOV-
    MOT-
    • to move
    • movement, remove, motion, remote
  164. MISC-
    MIS(T)-
    • to mix (sexual connotation)
    • promiscuous, immiscible, admixtue
  165. PRED-
    • prey
    • predator
  166. MORT-
    • death
    • mortal, mortuary
  167. MIGR-
    • to move from one place to another
    • migratory, transmigrate, immigrant
  168. CAP-
    (CIP-)
    CAPT-
    (CEPT-)
    [CEIV-]
    • to take, seize
    • incapacitate, recipient, capture, except, reception, receive
  169. PAR-
    • to ready, bring forth, provide
    • prepare, separate
  170. GEN-
    • to give birth to, produce
    • genital, ingenious, ingenuity
  171. GEN-
    GENER-
    • race, kind, origin
    • general, genus, generous
  172. ANIM-
    • mind, feeling, life
    • animal, animated
  173. GRAD-
    GRESS-
    • to step, go
    • gradual, progress, aggression
  174. CUR(R)-
    CURS-
    [COURS-]
    [COR(S)-]
    • to run, go
    • recur, current, excursioin
  175. SENT-
    SENS-
    • to feel, think
    • sentiment, consent, sensation
  176. PUNG-
    PUNCT-
    • to prick, point
    • puncture, punctual
  177. HAB-
    AB-
    (HIB-)
    • to have, hold as customary
    • habit, dishabille, able, inablility, inhibit
  178. VEN-
    VENT-
    [VENU-]
    VENI-
    • to come
    • intervene, invention, avenue, venue
  179. TRUD-
    TRUS-
    • to push, thrust
    • protrude, intrusion, unobtrusive
  180. PREC-
    • to request, beg, prayer
    • imprecate, precarious
  181. LUD-
    LUS-
    • to play, mock
    • interlude, delude, illusion
  182. JUR-
    JUST-
    • to form an opinion, take an oath, right, law
    • jury, conjure, just, justify
  183. JUDIC-
    • judgement (to say the law)
    • judicial, adjudicate
  184. CED-
    CESS-
    CEED-
    • to go, yield
    • concede, precede, excess, procession
  185. ALIEN-
    • of another
    • alien, alienatioin
  186. AG-
    (IG-)
    ACT-
    • to do, drive
    • agent, agile, inactive, transact
  187. OR-
    • to speak formally, plead
    • oracle, oration, peroration
  188. PUT-
    • to prune, reckon, think
    • amputate, compute, impute
  189. STRING-
    STRICT-
    [STRAIN-]
    • to draw tight, tie/bind tight
    • stringent, strict, restrict, restrain
  190. QUIR-
    QUISIT-
    QUEST-
    • to ask, seek
    • inquire, inquisition, question, inquest
  191. DIC-
    DICT-
    • to say
    • diction, contradiction, edict
  192. ST(A)-
    STIT-
    SIST-
    • to stand
    • stance, circumstance, station, insist
  193. LEG-
    (LIG-)
    LECT-
    • to read, pick out, choose
    • legible, legend, eligible, elect, selective
  194. COG-
    • to think, reflect, consider
    • cogent, cogitation
  195. CLAM-
    [CLAIM-]
    • to cry out
    • exclamation, proclamation, declaim, proclaim
  196. CUMB-
    CUB-
    • to lie down
    • succumb, incubator
  197. AC(U)-
    ACR-
    ACET-
    • sharp, bitter (sharp on the tongue)
    • acid, acute, acetic, acid
  198. TANG-
    (TAG-/TING-/TIG-)
    TACT-
    • to touch
    • tangent, contingent, contact, intact
  199. FALL-
    FALS-
    [FAIL-]
    [FAULT-]
    • to deceive, be mistaken
    • fallacy, false, failure, default
  200. PEL(L)-
    PULS-
    • to drive, push
    • propel, compelling, impulsive, repulsive
  201. F(A(B))-
    FAT-
    FESS-
    FAM-
    • to speak, reveal
    • affable, infant, preface, confess, fame, fabulous
  202. PON-
    POSIT-
    [POUND-]
    [POSE-]
    • to place, put
    • component, deposit, position, compound, compose, oppose
  203. CERN-
    CRET-
    CERT-
    • to separate, distinguish
    • discernment, secret, excrete, ascertain
  204. FAC-
    (FIC-)
    FACT-
    (FECT-)
    (FICT-)
    • to do, make
    • faculty, efficient, manufacture, effective
  205. SED-
    (SID-)
    SESS-
    • to sit settle
    • sediment, insidious, session
  206. POT-
    POSS-
    • to be able, have power
    • potent, possible
  207. MULT-
    • many
    • multitude, multiply
  208. LAT-
    • to bear or carry
    • elate, relate, translation
  209. TEND-
    TENT-
    TENS-
    • to stretch, strive, strain
    • tendon, tense, tent, distend, pretense
  210. SERV-
    • 1.w/o a prefix: to serve
    • 2. w/ a prefix: save
    • servant, service, preserve, conservation
  211. TEN-
    (TIN-)
    TENT-
    [TAIN-]
    • to hold
    • tenant, continue, content, contain
  212. REG-
    (RIG-)
    RECT-
    • right, straight, to rule, stiffen, straighten
    • regular, incorrigible, rectify
  213. AL-
    ALT-
    • to nourish, grow tall
    • alumnus, alimony, altitude
  214. SAT(IS)-
    • enough
    • satiate, satisfy
  215. PRESS-
    • to press, Push
    • pressure, compression
  216. NUNCI-
    [NOUNC-]
    • to announce
    • annunciation, denunciation, denounce, pronounce
  217. VINC-
    VICT-
    • to conquer
    • convince, evince, victor, convict
  218. TERMIN-
    • boundary, end
    • terminal, determine
  219. STRU-
    STRUCT-
    • to build
    • instrument, structure, instruct
  220. PORT-
    • to carry
    • portable, deport, report
  221. PROL-
    • offspring (of commoners)
    • proliferate, proletariat
  222. NEG-
    • to deny
    • negative, renegade
  223. GRAT-
    GRAT(I)-
    • pleasing, grateful
    • gratitude, gratuitous
  224. PUG(N)-
    • to fight, a fist
    • repugnant, impugn, pugilist
  225. PET-
    [PEAT-]
    • to seek, assail
    • compete, petition, appetite

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