Words with bell root

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1 Root Words (Week 1) BELL (Latin interpretation “war”) Bellona was the Romale goddess of war and her husband Mars was the god of battle. Antebellum: (noun) Period before a war (before + war) Bellicose: (adj) Warprefer, aggressive Belligerence: (noun) Aggressiveness Rebellion: (noun) Defiance and opposition

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2 Root Words (Week 1) Pacify: (verb) To sooth anger/aggressionPAC/PEAS (Latin pertained to “agree” and “peace”) The Pacific Ocean was called so bereason to Magellan is appeared to be calm.

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Pacify: (verb) To sooth anger/aggression Pacifist: (noun) A perboy opposed to violence or war Pact: (noun) A treaty or agreement Appease: (verb) To make serene and also calm
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3 HOSP or HOST (latin word for hospes interpretation “host” or “guest”)Root Words (Week 2) HOSP or HOST (latin word for hospes meaning “host” or “guest”) Inhospitable: unfriendly Hostel: Place for travelers to continue to be at a low cost Hospice: Place for the terminally ill Other words you could connect: Hospital Hostage

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4 Think “amigo” in Spanish!Root Words (Week 2) AM/IM (Latin word for amare meaning “to love”) Amiable: Friendly Amicable: Friendly, Peaceful (more formal than “amiable”) Enamored: Chequipped through love; infatuated Inimical: Hostile, unfriendly (“in-” neentrances the meaning) Paramour: A trick love that is not permitted by regulation or custom (“par-” indicates “by or through”) Think “amigo” in Spanish!

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5 Root Words (Week 3) CRIM (Latin for “fault” and “crime”) Decriminalize: (verb) To rerelocate or mitigate the criminal status Incriminate: (verb) To show proof of involvement in a crime Criminology: (noun) The examine of crime and also law enforcement

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6 Root Words (Week 3) PROB (Latin for “prove” and also “proof”) Approbation: (noun) A formal act of approval or praise Probity: (noun) Absolute honesty and uprightness (pro-be-tea; not to be confused via propriety) Reprobate: (noun) A perboy of thoroughly poor character. As a verb, it means to express disapproval.

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7 Root Words (Week 4) LEV (“Levus” interpretation “light”)Alleviate: (verb) To relieve, lighten, or lessen Levity: (noun) Humor or absence of seriousness Related Words: Elevate, Levitate, Leavening, Unleavened Yeastern

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8 Related Words: Definite, infinite, infinitesimal, definitiveRoot Words (Week 4) FIN (Latin for “end”) Affinity: (noun) An interemainder or attraction (it is virtually favor you desire to via it till the end) Finite: (adj) Having definite borders Related Words: Definite, infinite, infinitesimal, definitive

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