Classics Lecture 9

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  1. AUD-, AUDIT-
    to hear
  2. CAMER-
    chamber
  3. CAD-, (-CID-), CAS-
    • to fall
    • to befall
  4. CAP- (-CIP-), CAPT- (-CEPT-)
    • to take
    • to seize
  5. CREPIT-
    • to creak
    • to crackle
  6. GRAV-
    heavy
  7. JAC-
    to lie
  8. LAB-, LAPS-
    • to slip
    • to fall
    • to glide
  9. MOLL-
    soft
  10. MORB-
    disease
  11. MOV-, MOT-
    to move
  12. NAT-, NASC-
    to be born
  13. PATI-, PASS-
    • to suffer
    • to endure
  14. PLAN-
    flat
  15. PRUR-, PRURIT-
    to itch
  16. REG- (-RIG-), RECT-
    • to make straight
    • to rule
  17. RECT-
    • straight
    • rectum
  18. RUMP-, RUPT-
    • to break
    • to burst
  19. SCIND-, SCISS-
    • to cut
    • to split
  20. TANG- (-TING-), TIG-, TACT-
    to touch
  21. VESIC-
    • bladder
    • blister
  22. AMBUL-
    to walk
  23. CED-, CESS-
    • to go
    • to yield
  24. DEXTR-
    righthand
  25. FAC- (-FIC-), FACT- (-FECT-)
    • to do
    • to make
  26. FID-, FISS-
    to split
  27. GUST-
    to taste
  28. INSUL-
    island
  29. JUNCT-
    to join
  30. JUG-
    yoke
  31. LEV-
    lefthand
  32. MACUL-
    spot
  33. NOCT-
    night
  34. PAR-, PART-
    • to give birth to
    • to produce
  35. PEND-, PENS-
    • to hang
    • to weigh
    • to pay
  36. PRED-
    prey
  37. ROT-
    wheel
  38. SALI- (-SILI-), SALT- (-SULT-)
    • to leap
    • to jump
  39. SORB, SORPT-
    to suck in
  40. STRING-, STRICT-
    to draw tight
  41. TEN- (-TIN-), TENT-
    to hold
  42. VIV-
    living
  43. -ule, -ole-, -le
    little
  44. -ulus, -ula, -ulum
    little
  45. -olus, -ola, -olum
    little
  46. -el
    little
  47. -ellus, -ella, -ellum
    little
  48. -il
    little
  49. -illus, -illa, -illum
    little
  50. -uncle
    little
  51. -unculus
    little
  52. -ette, -et (of French origin, but attached to Latin bases)
    little
  53. -ory, -orium
    • place for
    • apparatus
  54. -ary, -arium
    • place for
    • apparatus
  55. -y, -ia
    quality, state, or act of
  56. -itude
    quality or state of
  57. -ity (-ety, -ty)
    quality or state of
  58. -ance, -ancy; -ence, -ency
    quality or state of being
  59. -or
    • he or she who
    • that which
  60. -ion
    • act of
    • state of
    • result of the act of
  61. -ure
    • act of
    • result of the act  of
  62. -us
    • act of
    • result of the act of
  63. -or
    • state of
    • result of the act of
  64. -men, -min
    result, means, or act of
  65. -ment
    result, means, or act of
  66. -ble, -bul-; -bula, -bulum
    • result of the act of
    • means of
    • place for
  67. -cle, -cul-; -culum
    • result of the act of
    • means of
  68. -crum, -cr-
    • result of the act of
    • means of
  69. -trum, -tr-
    • result of the act of
    • means of
  70. -ate
    Sometimes combines with -ion to form -ation.
    • to make
    • to treat
    • to do something with
  71. -fy
    • to make
    • to cause
  72. -igate, -egate
    • to make
    • to drive
  73. -esce
    • to begin
    • to be somewhat
  74. AC(U)-
    • sharp
    • sour
    • needle
  75. ARE-
    space
  76. AUR-
    ear
  77. CALC-
    • limestone
    • pebble
    • calcium
  78. CAPS-
    box
  79. CAR(N)-
    flesh
  80. CUT-
    skin
  81. FIBR-
    fibre
  82. FOLL-
    bag
  83. FUN-
    • rope
    • cord
  84. LOC-
    place
  85. LUN(A)-
    moon
  86. OST-
    • door
    • opening
  87. PART-
    • part
    • divide
  88. PED-
    foot
  89. PELL-
    skin
  90. PLUM-
    feather
  91. RACEM-
    cluster of grapes or berries
  92. RIM-
    • crack
    • chink
  93. VOR-
    to eat
  94. ANS-
    • jug handle
    • loop
  95. DIGIT-
    • finger
    • toe
  96. FORMIC-
    ant
  97. HAUST-
    • to draw out
    • to drink
  98. MENT-
    mind
  99. NERV-
    • nerve
    • vein of insect wing or leaf
  100. PECTOR-
    breast
  101. PIL-
    hair
  102. PISC-
    fish
  103. PRESS-
    to press
  104. ROD-, ROS-
    to gnaw
  105. SEB-
    • grease
    • tallow
  106. SENS-, SENT-
    • to feel
    • to percieve
  107. SOL-
    sun
  108. SOMN-
    sleep
  109. SQUAM-
    scale
  110. TER(R)-
    earth
  111. UTER-
    womb
  112. VACU-
    empty
  113. VAS-
    vessel
  114. ADIP-
    fat
  115. CALL-
    hard skin
  116. CRE-, CRESC-, CRET
    to grow
  117. FA-, FAT-
    to speak
  118. FLU-, FLUX
    to flow
  119. FLUVI-
    river
  120. FOSS-
    • ditch
    • trend
    • to dig
  121. MAGN-
    • large
    • great
  122. MAMM-
    breast
  123. MORT-
    death
  124. NOC-, NOX-
    harm
  125. PAT-
    to spread or lie open
  126. PET-, PETIT-
    to seek
  127. PROPRI-
    one's own
  128. SEC-, SEG-, SECT-
    to cut
  129. SED- (-SID-), SESS-
    • to sit
    • to settle
  130. SET-
    bristle
  131. TRACT-
    • to draw
    • to drag
  132. TUBER-
    swelling
  133. VEH-, VECT-
    to carry
  134. VIT-
    life
  135. CAV-
    hollow
  136. COCT-
    • to cook
    • to boil
  137. CUT-, CUSS-
    • to shake
    • to strike
  138. DOL-
    to feel or cause pain
  139. EBURN-
    ivory
  140. FENESTR-
    • window
    • opening
  141. GLUTIN-
    glue
  142. HI-, HIAT-
    to stand open
  143. I-, IT-
    to go
  144. LAMIN-; LAMELL- (dimin.)
    thin plate
  145. LAT-
    • broad
    • wide
  146. LIG-
    to bind
  147. MEAT-
    • to go
    • to pass
  148. MIT(T)-, MIS(S)-
    • to send
    • to let go
  149. PLEX-
    to interweave
  150. PUNG-, PUNCT-
    • to prick
    • to point
  151. RIG-
    to be stiff
  152. RUB(R)-
    red
  153. SCRIB-, SCRIPT-
    to write
  154. VOLV-, VOLUT-
    • to roll
    • to turn

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