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					          GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK ONE
              “AB, AD, AERO, AGRI, AMBI & AMOR”

AB-Roman, away from
  1. aback
  2. abandon
  3. abduct
  4. abnormal
AD-Roman, toward
  5. adapt
  6. adamant
  7. addict
  8. additive
AER-GREEK, air, mist, wind
  9. aerate
  10. aerial
  11. aerie
  12. aerobatics
  13. aeroplane
AGRI-ROMAN, field
  14. agribusiness
  15. agriculture
  16. agronomy
AMBI-ROMAN, on both sides
  17. ambidextrous
  18. ambient
  19. ambiguous
  20. ambivalence
AMOR-ROMAN, fondness
  21. amorous
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWO
   “AMBUL, AMI, AMPH, ANIM, ANNU/ENNI & ANTE/ANTI”

AMBUL-ROMAN, move around
  1. amble
  2. ambulance
  3. ambulatory
AMI-ROMAN, friendly
  4. amiable
  5. amiableness
  6. amiably
  7. amicable
AMPH-GREEK, around, both kinds
  8. amphibian
  9. amphibious
  10.     amphitheater
  11. amphora
ANIM-ROMAN, animal, life
  12.     animal
  13.     animate
  14.     animation
ANNU/ENNI-ROMAN, yearly
  15.     annual
  16.     perennial
ANTI/ANTE-ROMAN, before
  17.     antebellum
  18.     antecedent
  19.     antediluvian
  20.     antipasto
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK THREE
      “ANTI, AQUA, ASTRO, AUDIO, AUTO, BENE/BON”

ANTI-GREEK, against
  1. antibacterial
  2. antipoverty
  3. antislavery
  AQUA-ROMAN, water
  4. aquarium
  5. Aquarius
  6. aqueduct
  7. aquifer
  ASTRO-GREEK, star, outer space
  8. asteroid
  9. astrology
  10.      astronaut
  11. astronomy
AUDIO-ROMAN, hearing
  12.      audible
  13.      audience
  14.      auditorium
AUTO-GREEK, self
  15.      autobiography
  16.      autocracy
  17.      automatic
  18.      automobile
BENE/BON-ROMAN, good, well
  19.      benefit
  20.      benevolence
  21.      benign
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK FOUR
      “BIBLIO, BIO/BIOTIC, BREVE, CAND, CAPIT, CARD”

BIBLIO-GREEK, book
  1. bible
  2. bibliography
  3. bibliophile
BIO/BIOTIC-GREEK, life
  4. biodegradable
  5. biodiversity
  6. biography
  7. biology
  8. antibiotic
BREVE-ROMAN, short
  9. brief
  10.      brevity
CAND-ROMAN, white
  11. candidate
  12.      candied
  13.      candle
CAPIT-ROMAN, leader
  14.      capital
  15.      capitalism
  16.      capitalist
  17.      capitally
  18.      capitol
CARDIO-GREEK, heart
  19.      cardiac arrest
  20.      cardiology
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK FIVE
       “CARNO, CELER, CENTI, CHRONO, CINE, -CRAT”

CARN-ROMAN, flesh, meat
  1. carnage
  2. carnival
  3. carnivore
CELE-ROMAN, speed, fast
  4. celebrity
  5. celerity
CENTI-ROMAN, hundred
  6. centennial
  7. centigrade
  8. centiliter
  9. centimeter
  10.      centipede
  11. century
CHRONO-GREEK, time
  12.      chronic
  13.      chronicle
  14.      chronology
CINE-GREEK, movement
  15.      cinema
  16.      cinematography
CRAT-GREEK, govern, rule
  17.      aristocrat
  18.      democrat
  19.      democratic
  20. Socratic
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK SIX
    “CISE, CIDE, CIRCUM, COM/CON, CONTRA/COUNTER”

-CISE-ROMAN, to cut
  1. exercise
-CIDE-ROMAN, to kill or cut down
  2. homicide
  3. suicide
  4. fratricide
CIRCUM-ROMAN, in a circle
  5. circumambulate
  6. circumference
  7. circumnavigate
  8. circumscribe
COM/CON-ROMAN, together
  9. combination
  10.      comma
  11. commencement
  12.      community
  13.      company
  14.      conclave
  15.      concurrent
CONTRA/COUNTER-ROMAN, against
  16.      contraband
  17.      contrary
  18.      contrast
  19.      counterattack
  20.      counterclockwise
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK SEVEN
         “CORP, CRED, CUR, DECA, DEI/DIV, DEMO “

CORP-ROMAN, body
  1. corporal
  2. corporate
  3. corpse
CRED-ROMAN, belief or faith
  4. credence
  5. credible
  6. credo
CUR-ROMAN, heal
  7. curative
  8. cure
  9. cure-all
CUR-ROMAN, run or go
  10.       current
  11. curriculum
DECA-GREEK, ten
  12.       decade
  13.       decagon
  14.       Decalogue
  15.       decimal
DEI/DIV-ROMAN, God, god
  16.       deify
  17.       deity
  18.       divinity
DEMO-GREEK, people
  19.       democracy
  20.       demographics
  21.       demography
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK EIGHT
    “DENTO, DERMO, DICT, DO/DON, DORM, DU/DUO”

DENT-ROMAN, teeth
  1. dentifrice
  2. dentin
  3. dentist
  4. dentition
  5. denture
DERMO-GREEK, skin
  6. dermal
  7. dermatology
  8. dermis
DICT-ROMAN, speak, tell
  9. dictate
  10.       diction
  11. dictionary
DON-ROMAN, gift
  12.       donate
  13.       donation
  14.       donor
DORM-ROMAN, sleep
  15.       dorm
  16.       dormant
  17.       dormitory
DU/DUO-ROMAN, two
  18.       duet
  19.       duo
  20.       duplication
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK NINE
     “DUC/DUCATION, DYNA, DYS, ECO, EN(D), EPI”

DUC/DUCATION-ROMAN, take, bring
  1. conduct
  2. education
  3. duct
  4. ductile
DYNA-GREEK, power
  5. dynamic
  6. dynamite
  7. dynasty
DYS-GREEK bad, harsh
  8. dysfunctional
  9. dyslexia
  10.      dyspepsia
  11. dystrophy
ECO-GREEK, house
  12.      ecology
  13.      ecological
  14.       ecosystem
EN(D)-GREEK, inside
  15.      encapsulate
  16.      enclaves
  17.      enclosed
EPI-GREEK, above, beside
  18.      epicenter
  19.      epiglottis
  20.      epilogue
          GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TEN
            “EQU, ERGO/URGE, ETYM, EU, EX, FEIT”

EQU-ROMAN, same, equal
  1. equal
  2. equanimity
  3. equate
  4. equator
ERGO/URGE-GREEK, work
  5. ergonomics
  6. surgery
ETYM-GREEK, truth
  7. etymology
EU-GREEK, good, happy
  8. eulogy
  9. euphoria
  10. eureka
  11. eustress
EX-GREEK/ROMAN, out of
  12. excavate
  13. excerpt
  14. excommunicate
  15. extradite
  16. extricate
  17. exude
FAC/FEIT-ROMAN, to make or produce
  18. facsimile
  19. factory
  20. counterfeit
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK ELEVEN
      “FID, FIN, GEO, GLOTT/GLOSS, GRAD, GRAPH”

FID-ROMAN, faith
  1. fidelity
  2. fiduciary
FIN-ROMAN, end, boundary
  3. final
  4. finale
  5. finial
GEO-GREEK, earth, world
  6. geography
  7. geologist
  8. geomagnetic
  9. geometry
GLOTT/GLOSS-GREEK, tongue, language, speech
  10.       glossary
  11. glottis
GRAD-ROMAN, walk, step
  12.       gradation
  13.        grade
  14.        gradient
  15.        gradual
-GRAPH, GRAPH-GREEK, write, draw, describe
  16.       autograph
  17.        graph
  18.       mimeograph
  19.       photograph
  20.       graphic
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWELVE
   “GRAV/GRIEV, GYM, HABIL, HELIO, HIPPO, HOMO”

GRAV/GRIEV-ROMAN, heavy, weighty
  1. gravid
  2. gravity
  3. gravy
  4. grieve
GYM-GREEK, naked, uncovered
  5. gymnasium
  6. gymnastics
  7. gymnast
HABIL-ROMAN, fit, proper
  8. habit
  9. habitat
  10.       rehabilitate
HELIO-GREEK, sun
  11. helicopter
  12.       heliocentric
  13.       heliotrope
HIPPO-GREEK, horse
  14. hippodrome
  15. hippopotamus
HOMO-GREEK, same, like
  16.       homogeneous
  17.       homograph
  18. homonym
  19. homophone
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK THIRTEEN
         “HYDR, HYPER, HYPO, ICON, IGN, INTER”
HYDR-WATER, water
  1. hydrant
  2. hydrate
  3. hydraulic
  4. hydrophobia
HYPER-GREEK, over, excessive
  5. hyperactive
  6. hyperbole
  7. hypercritical
  8. hypersensitive
HYPO-GREEK, too little
  9. hypodermic
  10.      hypoglycemia
  11. hypotenuse
  12.      hypothesis
ICON-GREEK, image, likeness
  13.      iconoclast
  14.      pop icon
IGN-ROMAN, fire, burn
  15.      igneous
  16.      ignite
  17.      ignition
INTER-ROMAN, together
  18.      interstate
  19.      interracial
  20.      intervene
   GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK FOURTEEN
    “INTRA, ITIS, JET/JECTION, JUNCT, KILO, LAV”

INTRA-ROMAN, within, inside
  1. intramural
  2. intraoffice
  3. intrastate
  4. intravenous
ITIS-GREEK, inflammation
  5. arthritis
  6. meningitis
  7. osteoarthritis
JET/JECTION-ROMAN, throw
  8. injection
  9. jet stream
  10.      projectile
  11. trajectory
JUNCT-ROMAN, join, unite
  12.      conjunction
  13.      junction
  14.      juncture
KILO-GREEK, one thousand
  15.      kilogram
  16.      kilometer
  17.      kilowatt
LAV-ROMAN, wash, bathe
  18.      lavage
  19.      lavatory
  20.      lave
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK FIFTEEN
  “LITHO, LOGO/LOGIST, LUCO/LUCENT/LUMIN, LUNA,
                  MACRO, MAGNI”

LITHO-GREEK, stone
   1. lithograph
   2. lithology
   3. lithosphere
LOGO/LOGIST-GREEK, talk, speech
   4. biologist
   5. logic
   6. logistics
   7. psychologist
LUCO/LUCENT/LUMIN-ROMAN, light, shine
   8. luminary
   9. luminescent
   10.       translucent
 LUNA-ROMAN, moon
   11. lunar
   12.       lunacy
   13.       lunatic
MACRO-GREEK, enlarged
   14.       macrocosm
   15.       macroeconomics
   16.       macron
   17.       macroscopic
MAGNI-ROMAN, large, great
   18.       magnificent
   19.       magnify
   20.        magnitude
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK SIXTEEN
     “MAL(I), MANU, MANIA, MEDI, MEGA, METER”

MAL/MALI-ROMAN, evil, harsh
  1. malicious
  2. malignant
  3. malnutrition
  4. maltreated
MANU-ROMAN, hand
  5. manicure
  6. manipulate
  7. manual
  8. manufacture
MANIA-GREEK, mental disorder
  9. maniac
  10.      manic
MEDI-ROMAN, middle
  11. median
  12.      mediate
  13.      meditate
  14.      mediocre
MEGA-GREEK, large, powerful
  15.      megalith
  16.      megalopolis
  17.      megavitamin
METER-GREEK, measure
  18.      decameter
  19.       decimeter
  20.      millimeter
  GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK SEVENTEEN
   “MICRO, MIGRI, MILLI, MINI, MISS/MIT, MISO”

MICRO-GREEK, small
  1. microchip
  2. microcosm
  3. microscope
MIGRI-ROMAN, wander, moving
  4. emigrate
  5. immigrate
  6. migrate
MILLI-ROMAN, thousand
  7. milliliter
  8. millimeter
  9. milligram
MINI-ROMAN, small, little
  10.       miniature
  11. minimart
  12.       minimize
  13.        miniscule
MISS/MIT-ROMAN, send or throw
  14.       dismissal
  15.        missile
  16.       transmit
MIS(O)-GREEK, not, against
  17.       misguide
  18.       mistreat
  19.       mistrial
  20.       misuse
   GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK EIGHTEEN
      “MONO, MORPH, MORT, MULTI, NAU, NEO”

MONO-GREEK, one
  1. monolingual
  2. monologue
  3. monopoly
MORPH-GREEK, shape, form
  4. metamorphic
  5. morphine
  6. morphology
MORT-ROMAN, death
  7. mortality
  8. mortician
  9. mortuary
MULTI-ROMAN, many, much
  10.      multiply
  11. multipurpose
  12.      multitude
  13.      multiunit
NAU-GREEK, ship, sailor
  14.      astronaut
  15.      nausea
  16.      nautical
  17.      nautilus
NEO-GREEK, new, young
  18.      Neolithic
  19.      neonate
  20.      Neophyte
   GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK NINETEEN
      “NOM, NON, NOVO, OID, OMNI, PAC/PEA”

NOM-ROMAN, name
  1. misnomer
  2. nom de plume
  3. nominal
  4. nominate
NON-ROMAN, nothing, not
  5. nonexistent
  6. nonflammable
  7. nonsmoker
  8. nonthreatening
NOVO-ROMAN, new, recent
  9. novel
  10.      novelty
  11. novice
OID-GREEK, similar
  12.      asteroid
  13.      steroid
  14.       tabloid
OMNI-ROMAN, all, everything
  15.      omnipotent
  16.      omnipresent
  17.       omniscient
PAC/PEA-ROMAN, peace, calm
  18.      Pacific
  19.      pacifier
  20.       pacify
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY
      “PAN, PARI/PEER, PATH, PED, PERI, PETRO”

PAN-GREEK, all, everything
  1. pandemonium
  2. panorama
  3. pantheism
  4. pantheon
PARI/PEER-ROMAN, same, equal
  5. parish
  6. parity
  7. peerless
PATH-GREEK, suffering, feeling
  8. homeopath
  9. naturopath
  10.      pathologist
PED-ROMAN, foot
  11. pediatrist
  12.      pedestrian
  13.      pedicure
  14.       pedometer
PERI-GREEK, around
  15.      perimeter
  16.      periodontal
  17.       peripheral
PETRO-GREEK/ROMAN, stone, rock
  18.      petrify
  19.       petrol
  20.       petroleum
 GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-ONE
  “PHILO/PHILE/PHILIAC, PORT, POTEN, PRE, PRO, QUIR”

PHILO/PHILE/PHILIAC-GREEK love
  1. bibliophile
  2. philanthropy
  3. philosopher
PORT-ROMAN, gate, bring
  4. passport
  5. portal
  6. porter
  7. Portland
POTEN-ROMAN, power, strength
  8. exponent
  9. potent
  10.      potential
PRE-ROMAN, before
  11. preface
  12.       prehistoric
  13.      pretense
PRO-ROMAN, before, in favor of
  14.      progress
  15.      prolong
  16.       promote
  17.      proponent
QUIR-ROMAN, ask, seek
  18.       query
  19.       quest
  20.       question
 GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-TWO
      “RE(D), RETRO, RUPT, SANA, SAUR, SCOPO”

RE(D)-ROMAN back
  1. redo
  2. rejoin
  3. remake
  4. renounce
RETRO-ROMAN back, backward
  5. retroactive
  6. retrofit
  7. retrograde
  8. retrospect
RUPT-ROMAN tear, burst
  9. corrupt
  10.       eruption
  11. interrupt
  12.       rupture
SANA-ROMAN, healthy
  13.        sanctify
  14.       sanatorium
  15.        sanity
SAUR-GREEK, lizard
  16.       dinosaur
  17.        tyrannosaurus
SCOPO-GREEK, view, sight
  18.        microscope
  19.       radarscope
  20.        telescope
GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-THREE
    “SCRIB, SEC/SEG, SED, SEISMO, SEMI, SENSO”

SCRIB-ROMAN, write, record
  1. scribble
  2. scribe
  3. scripture
  4. transcript
SEC/SEG-ROMAN, to cut
  5. bisect
  6. cross-section
  7. dissect
  8. section
SED-ROMAN, sit
  9. sedate
  10.      sedentary
  11. sediment
SEISMO-GREEK, shake
  12.      seismic
  13.      seismograph
  14.      seizure
SEMI-ROMAN, half, partly
  15.      semiarid
  16.      semicircle
  17.      semiskilled
SENSO-ROMAN, feeling
  18.      sensation
  19.       sensibility
  20.       sensitize
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-FOUR
           “SOL, SOLI, SONO, SOPHO, SPEC, STATO”

SOL-ROMAN, sun
  1. solar
  2. solarium
  3. solar system
  4. solstice
SOLI-ROMAN, alone
  5. solidify
  6. soliloquy
  7. solitaire
  8. solo
SONO-ROMAN, sound
  9. sonar
  10. sonata
  11. sonic
  12. sonnet
SOPHO-GREEK, knowledge
  13. sophist
  14. sophistic
  15. sophomore
SPEC-ROMAN, sight, appear
  16. spectacles
  17. spectacular
  18. spectator
STATO-ROMAN, stay, fixed
  19. static
  20. status quo
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-FIVE
             “STELL, STRU, SUB, SUPER, SYNG, TACHO”

STELL-ROMAN, star
  1. constellation
  2. stellar
STRU-ROMAN, build, arrange
  3. construct
  4. deconstruct
  5. structure
  6. struggle
SUB-ROMAN, below
  7. subcommittee
  8. subheading
  9. submarine
  10. subway
SUPER-ROMAN, more than
  11. superabsorbent
  12. superclean
  13. supersonic
  14. superstar
SYN-GREEK, together
  15. syndrome
  16. synopsis
  17. syntax
TACHO-GREEK, fast, speed
  18. tachometer
  19. tachycardia
  20. tachyon
      GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-SIX
        “TECH, TELE, TEMPO, TEN/TAIN, THEIST, THERAP”

TECH-GREEK, art, builder
  1. technician
  2. technique
  3. technology
TELE-GREEK, far away
  4. telegraph
  5. telephone
  6. television
TEMPO-ROMAN, time, occasion
  7. contemporary
  8. temperature
  9. temporary
  10. temporize
TEN/TAIN-ROMAN, grasp, hold
  11. contain
  12. maintain
  13. obtain
  14. tenure
THEIST-GREEK, god, deity
  15. atheist
  16. monotheism
  17. polytheism
  18. theism
THERAP-GREEK, heal, cure
  19. therapeutics
  20. therapy
    GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-SEVEN
        “THERMO, TOXIC, TRANS, ULTRA, UNI, VAGA”

THERMO-GREEK, heat
  1. thermal
  2. thermometer
  3. thermoplastic
  4. thermos
TOXIC-GREEK, poison
  5. toxemia
  6. toxicology
  7. toxin
  8. toxic shock
TRANS-ROMAN, across
  9. transatlantic
  10. transcontinental
  11. transgress
  12. transmit
ULTRA-ROMAN, beyond
  13. ultraconservative
  14. ultrasonic
  15. ultraviolet
UNI-ROMAN, one, single
  16. unibrow
  17. unicorn
  18. unicycle
VAGA-ROMAN, wonder, move
  19. vagabond
  20. vagrant
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-EIGHT
            “VERI, VERG/VERS, VIA, VID, VITA, VOC”

VERI-ROMAN, truth
  1. veridical
  2. verification
  3. verify
  4. verily
VERG/VERS-ROMAN, bend, curve, turn
  5. convergent
  6. conversation
  7. versatile
VIA-ROMAN, way, road
  8. viable
  9. viaduct
  10. vial
VID-ROMAN, see, sight
  11. video
  12. video cassette
  13. videotape
VITA-ROMAN, life
  14. vitality
  15. vitamin
  16. viticulture
VOC-ROMAN, call, talk
  17. evoke
  18. vocal
  19. voice
  20. vociferous
     GREEK AND ROMAN SPELLING LIST WEEK TWENTY-NINE
            “VOLEN, VOLV, VOR, XENO, XERO, ZOO”

VOLEN-ROMAN, free will
  1. voluntary
  2. volunteer
VOLV/VOLUTE-ROMAN, bend, curve
  3. revolution
  4. revolve
  5. evolve
  6. Volvo
VOR-ROMAN, eat
  7. devour
  8. carnivore
  9. herbivore
  10. omnivore
XENO-GREEK, foreigner
  11. xenophobia
XERO-GREEK, dry
  12. xeric
  13. xerophytes
ZOO-GREEK, animal
  14. zoo keeper
  15. zoological
  16. zoology

				
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