Flashcards › Unit 3 Latin and Greek Roots

What do the Latin roots cept, cip and cieve mean? to take, to seize What do the Latin roots hab and hib mean? to have, hold; to have a home; to dwell What does the Latin root dit mean? to give What does the Latin root don mean? to give; gift What does the word intercept mean? to catch or block What does the word particpant mean? one who takes part in What does the word conceive mean? to come up with, imagine What does the word deceptive mean? intending to mislead or trick What does the word exceptioinal mean? standing out from others What does the word anticipate mean? to expect beforehand What does the word cohabitation mean? living together; coexistence What does the word exhibit mean? To show; to display What does the word editorial mean? expressing opinions of bias What does the word nontraditional mean? going against the accepted pattern or style What does the word donor mean? one who gives something What does the word condone mean? to support; to give approval to What is a synonym for intercept? cut off What is an antonym for participant? spectator What is a synonym for deceptive? false What is an antonym for exceptional? ordinary or common What is a synonym for anticipate? await What is an antonym for exhibit? conceal or hide What is synonym for donor? contributor What is a synonym for condone? allow These are the words from the Latin and Greek Workbook Unit 3.

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