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  • 1. Greek & Latin Roots 2

2. 1. aequus- 3. 2. canto- 4. 3. credo- 5. 4. fundo-, -fusum- 6. 5. locus- 7. 6. nego- 8. 7. -per- 9. 8. possum- 10. 9. satis- 11. 10. spiritus- 12. 11. verbum- 13. through Answer:-per- perceive persist persevere 14. persevere:to go on resolutely or stubbornly in spite of opposition, importunity, or warning(v.) 15. enough Answer:-satis- satisfy 16. satisfy:to make happy : to PLEASE(v.) 17. deny Answer:-nego- negate 18. negate:to deny the existence or truth(v.) 19. sing Answer:-canto- chant cantor 20. cantor:a choir leader (n.) 21. a place Answer:-locus- local dislocate 22. dislocate:to put out of place;specifically: to displace (a bone) from normal connections with another bone 23. word Answer:-verbum- verbal verbose 24. verbose:containing more words than necessary : WORDY < a verbose reply > (adj.) 25. believe Answer: -credo- credible incredulous 26. credible:offering reasonable grounds for being believed < a credible account of an accident >(adj.) 27. be able Answer:-possum- possible potent 28. potent:having or wielding force, authority, or influence : POWERFUL:< a potent drink > (adj.) 29. equal Answer:-aequus- equal equation 30. equation:an element affecting a process : FACTOR (2) : a complex of variable factors(n.) 31. breath Answer:-spiritus- inspire spirit 32. inspire:to influence, move, or guide by divine or supernatural;INSPIRATION:< threats don't necessarilyinspirepeople to work >(v.) 33. pour, thing poured Answer:-fundo-, -fusum- effusive transfusion 34. effusive:marked by the expression of great or excessive emotion or enthusiasm < effusivepraise >(adj.)