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ROOT: Latin for: to limit, boundary, or limit
term/termin
indeterminate
vague; not precisely determined
interminable
seeming to have no end; tiresome; drawn out
terminal
relating to an end or limit; fatal
terminology
words with specialized or precise meanings used in a particular field
ROOT:
Latin for: to conquer or overcome.
vinc/vict
evince
to show or reveal; to be outward evidence of
invincible
incapable of being conquered or overcame
provincial
lacking polish, culture, and broad experience
victimize
trick; decive; or injure
ROOT:
Greek word for ball
sphere
stratosphere
very high; the highest region; the earth's atmosphere from 7-31 miles
biosphere
living things and their environment
hemisphere
half the global sphere as divided by the equator or a meridian
spherical
shaped like a ball
ROOT:
Latin for: to turn or to turn around
vert/vers
divert
to turn from one purpose to another
perverse
corrupt; improper; incorrect
avert
to turn away or aside (especially one's eyes); to prevent
versatile
having many uses; turning easily from one skill to another
ROOT:
The Greek word for: shape
morph
amorphous
without a definite form or shape
anthropomorphic
described as having human form or traits
metamorphosis
a physical change ( especially one that is supernaturally caused)
morphology
the study of the structure and form of plants and animals
ROOT:
Latin root meaning: shape or form
form
conform
to be similar; to be in agreement or harmony; to follow the same customs
formality
the following of formal or conventional rules; a required custom
formative
constructive; having to do with important growth or development
format
the shape and general makeup of something; a general plan
ROOT:
Latin for: to look at.
English root meaning is equal to: to guide, guard, or teach
tut/tui
intuition
quick insight; the power of knowing somethig without mental effort
tuition
the act of teaching; the cost of instruction
tutelage
instruction or guidance of an individual
tutorial
a class for a small group of students; an instructional program about a specific subject
ROOT:
Latin for: to teach
doc/doct
doctrine
an official principle, opinion, or belief
docile
easily taught or led; obedient
indoctrinate
to teach basics or fundamentals; to fill someone with particular opinion
document
a paper that provides evidence, information, or proof about something