The Word Within the Word List #1 - Mr. Westfall's Classroom

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The Word Within the Word List #1

ante anti b i circum corn con de dis equi extra inter intra intro ma1 mis non post Pre semi sub super

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SY m tri

(before) (against) (two) (around) (together) (together) (down) (may) (equal) (beyond) (between) (within) (into) (bad) (bad) (not) (&r) (before) (hdfl (dr) (over) (together) (together) (three) (not)

antedate, antecedent, antebellum, anterior, ante meridiem, antepenult

Latin

anti-aircraft, antibody, anticlimax, anticline, antitoxin, antithesis

Greek

bilateral, bicycle, binary, bimonthly, biped, bipolar, binocular, bicuspid

Latin

circumnavigate,circumspect, circumvent, circumlocution,circus

Latin

combination, comfort, commensurate, common, complete, combo

Latin

contract, confidence, confie, confederate, conjunction, contact

Latin

deposit, descent, despicable, denounce, deduct, demolish, decrepit, deplete

Latin

distract, distort, dispute, dissonant, disperse, dismiss, dissuade, disprove

Latin

equitable, equilateral, equivocate, equinox, equation, equilibrium

Latin

extraterrestrial, extraordinary, extravagant, extrovert, extramural

Latin

international, interdepartmental,interstellar,interject, interlude

Latin

intracellular, intravenous, intracranial, intrastate, intrauterine

Latin

introduce, introspective, introvert, introject, introrse, intromission

Latin

malevolent, malcontent, malicious, malign, malady, malapropism, malonym

Latin

misfit, mistake, misfortune, misfire, misery, miser, misdeed, misguided

Germanic

nonstop, nonprofit, none, nonconformity, nonplussed, nonchalant

Latin

postgraduate, posthumous, postscript, posterity, posterior, postlude

Latin

prelude, preposition, premonition, premature, predict, predecessor

Latin

semitone, semiaquatic, semicircle, semiweekly, semiannual, semiformal

Latin

subterranean, subtract, subordinate, submarine, subterfuge, substantial

Latin

supervise, superb, superior, superfluous, supercilious, supernatural

Latin

synthetic, synchronize, syndrome, synonym, synopsis, syntax

Greek

sympathy, symbiosis, symbol, symmetry, symphony, symposium

Greek

tricycle, triangle, triceps, triad, trichotomy, triceratops, trivia, trialogue

Greek

unfit, unequal, undone, unequivocal, unearned, unconventional, untenable Old English

The Word Within the Word List #2

archy

(government)

ard

(always)

cide

(kill)

ician

(specialist)

itis

(infection)

aqua audi bell

(war) (hear) (wm)

cap

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cise

(take) (cut)

bio

(life)

auto

(self)

port

(ern)

scrib

(write)

logy dict cred

(science) (sayl (believe)

cent

(one hundred)

neo

(m)

ad

00)

cede

(go)

miss- (send)-

centri

(center)

biblio (book)

anthropo (man)

monarchy, oligarchy, hierarchy, anarchy, matriarchal, patriarch

Greek

drunkard, coward, braggart, laggard, dullard, sluggard, niggardly

Germanic

herbicide, homicide, matricide, suicide, regicide, genocide, fratricide

Latin

technician, musician, beautician, physician, statistician, clinician

Latin

appendicitis, tonsillitis, bursitis, arthritis, gastroenteritis

Greek

aquarium, aquatic, aquaplane, aqueduct, aquifer, aqueous, semiaquatic

Latin

audiophile, audience, audition, auditory, audiometer, audit, audiology

Latin

bellicose, belligerent, bellow, rebel, casus belli, counterrebellion

Latin

capture, captive, captor, captious, captivate, captivity, caption, capsule

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excise, incisors, incision, circumcise, incisive, precise, concise, decision

Latin Latin

biography, biology, biomorphic, biochemistry, exobiology, biogenesis

Greek

autobiography, automobile, autograph, automatic, automaton, autocracy

Greek

transport, import, report, porter, deport, important, portage, portly, comport

Greek

scribble, inscribe, scribe, describe, conscription, transcribe, ascribe

Latin

biology, anthropology, geology, entomology, philology, mythology

Greek

dictionary, predict, malediction, dictation, addict, interdict, contradict

Latin

credit, incredible, credible, incredulous, discredited, credibility, credo

Latin

century, bicentennial, centimeter, centipede, centurion

Latin

neologism, neophyte, neon, neolithic, neoclassic, neoplatonist, neonatal

Greek

adhesive, adapt, addendum, addition, adherent, addict, advent, advocate

Latin

recede,precede, antecedent,proceed, secede,concede, intercede, succeed

Latin

dismiss, remiss. missile. admission, missionary, emission, promissory

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centrifugal, centripetal, centrist, concentric, decentralize, eccentric

Latin Greek

bibliography, bibliophile, bibliolatry, bible, bibliomania, bibliophobia

Greek

anthropology, anthropomorphic, anthropoid, lycanthrope, misanthrope

Greek

The Word Within the Word List #3

homo spec duct fer pend micro hydro photo Pan penta tele vid omni ex PO~Y re ~YP pseudo neuro tomy hema proto phon mono viv

(same) (look) (lead)

(m)

(hang) (small) (war) (light) (all) @ve)

Vhr)

(look) (all) (out) (many) (again) (under) Valse) (nerve)

(cut)

(blood) first) (sod) (om) (life)

homogenize, homonym, homophone, homologous, homozygous spectacles, specter, speck, specious, spectrum, respect, inspect, prospectus conduct, ductile, induct, product, reduction, deduction, reproduction transfer, infer, refer, defer, ferry, conifer, Lucifer, aquifer, auriferous pending, pendulum, pendant, impending, depend, pendulous, suspend micron, microscope, microwave, microphone, microcosm, microbiotic hydroplane, hydroponics, dehydrate, hydrant, hydrogen, hydrophobia photograph, photometer, photon, photogenic, photosynthesis panorama, panoply, pandemic, pantheism, pantheon, panamerican pentagram, pentagon, pentameter, pentathlon, pentarchy, pentahedron telescope, telephone, telekinesis, telepathy, teleology, telesthesia, telex video, invidious,Montevideo, evidence,provide, videogenic, vide, videlicet omnifarious, omnipotent, omnivorous, omniscient, omnibus, omnipresent exit, except, excise, exculpate, elucidate, exorbitant, eccentric, enumerate polyphony, polygyny, polygamy, allopolyploidy, polyvalent return, review, retouch, reiterate, retail, revive, regenerate, regurgitate hypodermic, hypocrite, hypotenuse, hypothennia, hypothesis pseudonym, pseudopod, pseudomorphic, pseudoscience, pseudoevent neuron, neurosurgeon, neurosis, neurology, neuralgia, neurotomy tonsillectomy, appendectomy, neurotomy, dichotomy, anatomy, lobotomy hematic, hematite, hematology, hematoma, hemal, hematogenesis protoplasm, prototype, Protozoa, proton, protohuman, protomorphic symphony, telephone, phonetic, phonograph, euphony, cacophony monotonous, monomania, monocular, monogamous, monolithic, monotone vivid, vivisection, vivacious, convivial, bon vivant, viva, viviparous, revive

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The Word Within the Word List #4

morph vest bene pond corp dorm pater nov punct ject tion loco dox amphi magn e u endo phobia ortho Put ver matri mega POP sangui

(s*) (clothes) (good) (weight) (body) (sleep) Cfhr) (new) (point) (throw) (actor state) (place) (opinion) (both) (great)

(good)

(within) @ear) (straight) (think)

(W)

(mother) (he) (people) (blood)

amorphous, morphology, polymorphously, mesomorph, protomorphic vestry, vestment, vestibule, vest, investiture, devest, divestiture benefit, benevolent, beneficial, benediction, benefactor, benign ponderous,ponder, preponderant,pound, imponderable,compound corpulent, corporation, corporeal, corporal, corpse, corpuscle dormitory, dormant, dormer, dormancy, dormitive, dormient paternalistic, patronize, paternity, patriarch, expatriate,paterfamilias novel, nova, novice, novitiate, Nova Scotia, innovation, rennovate punctuate, punctilious, puncture, punctual, acupuncture, contrapuntal eject, reject, conjecture, dejected, inject, subject, projection, interject completion, reaction, devastation, production, creation, transition locomotive, location, local, locus, relocate, dislocate, localize, locomotor orthodox, heterodox, doxology, indoctrinate, paradox amphibious, amphitheater, amphibian, amphigory, amphibolous Magna Carta,magnanimous, magnate, magnificent, magnum opus Eucharist, euphony, eulogy, euphemism, Europe, eugenics, euglena endoplasm, endocrine, endogamous, endoskeleton, endothermic claustrophobia, acrophobia, xenophobia, agoraphobia, hydrophobia orthopedics, orthodontist, orthodox, orthography, orthogonal reputation, putative, impute, dispute, computer, disreputable verify, veracity, veritable, verdict, verisimilitude, aver, cinema verite matricide, matron, matriarch, matrimony, metropolis, matrilineal megalith, megaphone, megalomania, megalopolis, megahertz, megaton popular, populist, populate, population, popularize, populous sanguinary, sanguine, consanguinity, sangfroid, sangria

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The Word Within the Word List #5

vita demo stereo ism cogn sur alter as tr dyna chron hyper luna octa gyro contra gee helio thermo tetra meter scope son dec stell amat

(life) (people) (solid) (doh) (know) (over) (other) (star) (power) (time) (over) (moon) (eight) (turn) (against) (earth) (sun) (hat) Ifour) (measure) (look) (sod) (ten) (star) (love)

vitamin, vitality, vital, revitalize, viable, vitalism, devitalize democracy,demography,undemocratic, democratize stereoscope, stereophonic, stereotype, stereopticon, stereotropism Marxism, capitalism, Imagism, Cubism, nihilism, pluralism, tribalism recognize, cognizant, incognito, cognoscenti, cognomen, precognition surplus, surpass, surcharge, surface, surfeit, surmount, surname, surtax alternator, alteration, alter ego, alternative, altruism, altercation astronomy, astrology, asteroid, disaster, asterisk, astrophysics, astrolabe dynamic, dynamo, dynamite, dynasty, dynamometer, dinosaur chronometer,chronological,synchronize,chronic, anachronism hyperactive, hyperventilate, hyperbole, hyperacidity, hypertension lunar, lunatic, lunate, luna moth, lunette, sublunar, lunular octameter, octagenarian,octagon, octarchy, octave, octopus, octahedron gyration, gyroscope, gyre, gyrate, spirogyra, gyromagnetic,gyrocompass contradict,contrary,contrast,contrapuntal, contraband,contravene geography, geothermal, geology, geophysics, geometry, geosynchronous Helios, heliotropic, heliocentric, heliograph, perihelion, aphelion thermostat, thermos, thermotropic, thermonuclear, thermocouple tetrameter, tetrahedron, tetroxide, tetragon, tetrachloride, tetracycline thermometer, millimeter, octameter, hydrometer, odometer telescope, microscope, periscope, radarscope, horoscope, electroscope sonar, unison, sonorous, song, sonnet, dissonance, resonant, supersonic decade,decaliter, decimal, decagon, decathlon,decimate,duodecahedron interstellar, stelliform, stellar, constellation, stellate, stellify amatory, amateur, amorous, amiable, amigo, amour-propre, amity

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