CLA201 Greek BASES.pdf

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

Description
Greek BASES May-13-13 10:53 AM OPPOSITES: BI-: life THANAT-: death NECR-: corpse, dead tissue STA-: to stand, to stop, to fix, to regulateCLAS-: to break PLAS(T): to mould, to form LY-: to loosen, to dissolve, to break up ANDR-: man, male GYN(E)-, GYNEC-(GYNAEC-): female ANTHROP-: man, human being OLIG-: few, scanty POLY-: many, much IDI-: one's own, peculiar, distinct IS-: equal, same NE-: new, new and different form of HOM-, HOME-: same, similar HETER-: other, different ALL-: other, different CRI-: to separate, to distinguish CRY-, CRYM-: cold, ice THERM-: heat PHA-, PHAN-: to appear, to show CRYPT-: hidden CALYPT(R)-:hidden DROM-: running, course BA-: to step, to go, to walk GER-, GERONT-: old person, old age PED- (PAED-): child (-pedia: instruction) PRESBY-: old MIS-: hate PHIL-: to love, have an affinity for ER-, EROT-: love ORTH-: straight, correct PSEUD-: false ANKYL-: bent, stiff, adhesion of parts HELIC-, HELIX: spiral CYCL-: circle, wheel, ciliary body of the eye GYR-: circle, ring XER-: dry HYGR-: moisture BRACHY-: short DOLICH-: long MICR-: small, one millionth MACR-: large, long MEGA-, MEGAL-:large, one million PAG-: united TOM-: to cut, section (enTOM-: insect) GAM(E)-: marriage, union SCHIZ-, SCHIS(T)-: to split SCLER-: hard MALAC-: soft EURY(S)-: wide STEN-: narrow PLATY(S)-:broad, flat LEPT-: thin, delicate PACHY-: thick OXY-, OX-: sharp, acid, oxygen AMBLY-: dull QUANTITY: ADJECTIVE: COLOR: OLIG-: few, scanty CAC-(KAK-): bad CHROM-, CHROMAT-, POLY-: many, much AMBLY-: dull CHRO-: color HEMI-: half PNE(A)-, PNEUST-: breathing IRID-, IRIS: iris, rainbow MON-: single, one OXY-, OX-: sharp, acid, oxygen MELAN-: black, dark HAPL-: single BAR-: weight, pressure ERYTHR-: red PROT-: first, original, BARY-: heavy CYAN-: blue PROT-: first, original, BARY-: heavy CYAN-: blue primitive BRADY-: slow POLI-: gray DI-: twice, double DROM-: running, course XANTH-: yellow DICH-: in two EURY(S)-: wide ARGYR-: silver DEUT-, DEUTER-: second PLATY(S)-:broad, flat CHLOR-: green, chlorine TRI-: three STEN-: narrow LEUK- (LEUC-): white TETR(A)-: four MOGI-: difficult GLAUC-: silvery, gray-green PENT(A)-: five TEL(E)-: completion,end, purpose PORPHYR-:purple HEX(A)-: six TELE-: afar, operating at a distance HEPT(A)-: seven PAN-, PANT-: all, complete OCT(A)-: eight LEI-: smooth ENNE(A)-: nine SCLER-: hard DEC(A)-: ten MALAC-: soft HECT-: hundred SAPR-: rotten KIL-: one thousand TACH(Y): swift MICR-: small, one millionth LEPT-: thin, delicate MEGA-, MEGAL-:large, one PYCN-, PYKN-: thick, frequent million PACHY-: thick BRACHY-: short DOLICH-: long ALL-: other, different NE-: new, new and different form of HETER-: other, different CRYPT-: hidden CALYPT(R)-:hidden ANKYL-: bent, stiff, adhesion of parts CAMP(T)-, CAMPYL-:bent -PLO-: folded, fold (as in threefold) HOM-, HOME-: same, similar STREPT-, STROPH-: turned, twisted STERE-: solid, three-dimensional PRESBY-: old PALE- (PALAE-): old, ancient PLAN-: wandering OPISTH-: behind PALI(N)-: again, back POIKIL-: varied, irregular, mottled TON-: stretching, tension ACTION: SCOP-: to view SPA-: to draw, to jerk PHOR-, PHER-: to bear, to go BLEP-: to see LEP-: to seize BA-: to step, to go, to walk GNO-: to know CRA-: to mix STOL-, STAL-, -STLE: to send, to MNE-: to remember TROP-, TREP-: to turn, response to contract LEX-: to read stimulus TRE(T)-: to bore, to perforate GRAPH-: to write; KINE- (CINE-): to move CRI-: to separate, to distinguish; -GRAM: thing written BALL-, BOL-, -BLE: to throw, to put CRIN-: to secrete THE-: to put, to place EDE-: to swell ACOU- (ACU-): to hear TAC-, TAX-: to arrange, to put in order PHAG-: to eat TOM-: to cut, section (enTOM-: insect) PLAS(T): to mould, to form GEU-: to taste DOCH-: to take or receive POIE-: to make OSM-: smell LY-: to loosen, to dissolve, to break PHA-: to speak; PHEM-: SCHIZ-, SCHIS(T)-: to split up voice (H)APT-: to touch; (H)APH-: sense of CLAS-: to break PHRA-: to speak touch PHA-, PHAN-: to appear, to show PHRA-: to speak touch PHA-, PHAN-: to appear, to show LAL-: to talk RHAPH-, -RRHAPH-: to sew, to suture RHE-, -RRH: to flow, current PEP(S)-, PEPT-:to digest ESTHE- (AESTHE-): to feel, to perceive PHYLAC(T)-:to guard, to protect EME-: to vomit PHIL-: to love, have an affinity for PEX-: to fasten PTY-: to spit; PTYAL-: PHY-: to grow CENTE-: to puncture saliva ISCH-: to suppress CAU-, CAUS-: to burn TRIB-, TRIP-: to rub, to CY(E)-: to be pregnant** MYI-: fly crush GEN(E)-, GON-: to be produced, to AUX(E)-: increase CLY(S)-: to wash produce; GON-: seed ZYG-: yoke CLI-, CLEI-: to close; SEP-: to rot, to putrify ALEX-: to ward off CLEIST-: closed PHTHI-: to waste away TA-: to stretch PHRAG-: to block up, to PTO-: to fall CHY-: to pour; CHYM-, CHYL-: juice wall in STA-: to stand, to stop, to fix, to regulate RELATEDTO PLANTS RELATEDTO ANIMALS RELATEDTO HUMANKIND PHYLL-: leaf LECITH-: yolk BUL- (BOUL-): will PHYT-: plant, growth TROPH-: nourishment, development DEM-: people, country THEC(A): case, sheath ZO-: animal, living being ONT-: being, individual LEMM(A):sheath, husk HELMINTH-: worm GER-, GERONT-: old person, old GYMN-: naked, uncovered ACTIN-: ray age CLAD-: branch ICHTHY-: fish PED- (PAED-): child (-pedia: ANTH-: flower ARACHN-: spider (occasionally instruction) AMYL-: starch "arachnoid membrane") TOC-, TOK-: childbirth GLYC-:sugar ; GLYCOS-: sugar, COCC-: berry-shaped organism GAM(E)-: marriage, union** glucose MYC-, MYCET-:fungus DYNAM-, DYN-: power ACANTH-: thorn, prickle HIPP-: horse ERG-: work -->
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