Etymology: Units 7, 8 & 9

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Etymology: Units 7, 8 & 9
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2013-12-10 19:19:13
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First semester Etymology words and their definitions.
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  1. exactly true, rather than figurative or metaphorical
    Literal
  2. able to read, well-read
    Literate
  3. to completely destroy
    Obliterate
  4. not done according to reason
    Illogical
  5. comparison
    Analogy
  6. to draw a detailed picture of, to map out
    Diagram
  7. to train, to teach
    Program
  8. describing one's life
    Biographical
  9. giving detail about, illustrating, explainin
    Descriptive
  10. to believe in, to feel approval or agreement
    Suscribe
  11. a handwritten document
    Manuscript
  12. able to be reached or understood
    Accessible
  13. a group of things that follow one another
    Succession
  14. a group that moves together
    Procession
  15. to go against a law or rule
    Transgress
  16. a going forth, a movement toward
    Progression
  17. happening over a period of time
    Gradual
  18. a desire to succeed or to be powerful
    Ambition
  19. the act or process of moving from one place to another
    Transit
  20. an instance
    Occurrence
  21. to flow, to stream
    Course
  22. money, especially paper money
    Currency
  23. happening many times
    Recurrent
  24. not requiring much work
    Effortless
  25. to make stronger
    Fortifiy
  26. strength of mind and character
    Fortitude
  27. to bring together, to work something into
    Integrate
  28. honesty, moral soundness
    Integrity
  29. to fall apart
    Disintegrate
  30. agreeing with, supporting
    Affirmative
  31. to settle as true
    Cofirm
  32. not in good health, not well
    Infirm
  33. very helpful or useful
    Invaluable
  34. to judge, to size up
    Evaluate
  35. not good enough, not correct
    Invalid
  36. to declare good, to accept as good
    Validate

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