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What are “Root Words”? A root or root word is a word which is used to form another word It is also called a base word A root does not have a prefix a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word or a suffix a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word Root is the primary lexical unit of a word and of a word family For example pure is a root By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made impure purity pureness Similarly play and move are root words By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made plays played playing player | moving movement moved movable mover movingly In this book I have given the most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language Sample This Root Words – A AGG – Origin Latin | Meaning collected Examples agglomerate to collect things and form them into a mass or group | related word agglomeration aggrandize to increase your importance or power | related word aggrandizement aggregate to put together different items amounts etc into a single total | related words aggregation aggregatorALTRALTER – Origin Latin | Meaning other Examples altruism caring about the needs of other people | related word altruistic alterable that can be changed | related word unalterable altercation noisy argument alternate to follow one after other | related words alternately alternation alternativeANIM – Origin Latin | Meaning breath life soul Examples animal a living creature animate having life to make something full of liveliness | related words animated animatedly animation animato animator inanimate animateur a person who promotes social activities animism the belief that natural objects have a living soul | related words animist animistic animosity strong feeling of opposition equanimity calm state of mind magnanimous kind forgiving generous | related words magnanimity magnanimously pusillanimous lack of courage unanimous agreeing with others | related word unanimously Some More Root Words – A Root Word Origin Meaning | Examples Related Words in Bracket a Greek not | atheism apolitical atypical ablat Latin remove | ablation ablut Latin wash | ablutions abort Latin born too soon | abortion abras Latin rub off | abrasion abrasive abrasively abrasiveness abstemi Latin controlled moderate | abstemious abund Latin overflow | abundance abundant abundantly ac Latin to toward | accept acceptability acceptable acceptably acceptance acceptation acanth Greek thorn | acanthus acet Latin vinegar | acetate acetic acetone achr Greek colorless | achromic acid Latin sour | acidic acidify acidosis acidulate acidulation acidulous acm Greek summit | acme aco Greek relief | acoustic acoustical acoustically acoustician acoustics adama Greek invincible | adamant adamantly ade Greek enough | adequate adequacy adequately adip Latin fat | adipose adolesc Latin growing upaer Greek air or atmosphere | aerate aeration aerial aerialist aerobic aerobics anaerobicagr Latin field | agrarian agriculture agriculturist agricultural || Other Root Words – A Root Word Origin – Meaning aapt Greek indomitable unfriendly abact Latin driven away abdit Latin secrethidden abr Greek – delicate abscis Latin cutoff absit Latin – distant aca Greek a point silence acar Greek – tiny accip Latin allow snatch accliv Latin steep up hill accresc Latin increaseace Greek – heal acer Latin – sharp acerv Latin – pile acest Greek healing remedyWhat are “Root Words”? A root or root word is a word which is used to form another word It is also called a base word A root does not have a prefix a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word or a suffix a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word Root is the primary lexical unit of a word and of a word family For example pure is a root By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made impure purity pureness Similarly play and move are root words By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made plays played playing player | moving movement moved movable mover movingly In this book I have given the most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language Sample This Root Words – A AGG – Origin Latin | Meaning collected Examples agglomerate to collect things and form them into a mass or group | related word agglomeration aggrandize to increase your importance or power | related word aggrandizement aggregate to put together different items amounts etc into a single total | related words aggregation aggregatorALTRALTER – Origin Latin | Meaning other Examples altruism caring about the needs of other people | related word altruistic alterable that can be changed | related word unalterable altercation noisy argument alternate to follow one after other | related words alternately alternation alternativeANIM – Origin Latin | Meaning breath life soul Examples animal a living creature animate having life to make something full of liveliness | related words animated animatedly animation animato animator inanimate animateur a person who promotes social activities animism the belief that natural objects have a living soul | related words animist animistic animosity strong feeling of opposition equanimity calm state of mind magnanimous kind forgiving generous | related words magnanimity magnanimously pusillanimous lack of courage unanimous agreeing with others | related word unanimously Some More Root Words – A Root Word Origin Meaning | Examples Related Words in Bracket a Greek not | atheism apolitical atypical ablat Latin remove | ablation ablut Latin wash | ablutions abort Latin born too soon | abortion abras Latin rub off | abrasion abrasive abrasively abrasiveness abstemi Latin controlled moderate | abstemious abund Latin overflow | abundance abundant abundantly ac Latin to toward | accept acceptability acceptable acceptably acceptance acceptation acanth Greek thorn | acanthus acet Latin vinegar | acetate acetic acetone achr Greek colorless | achromic acid Latin sour | acidic acidify acidosis acidulate acidulation acidulous acm Greek summit | acme aco Greek relief | acoustic acoustical acoustically acoustician acoustics adama Greek invincible | adamant adamantly ade Greek enough | adequate adequacy adequately adip Latin fat | adipose adolesc Latin growing upaer Greek air or atmosphere | aerate aeration aerial aerialist aerobic aerobics anaerobicagr Latin field | agrarian agriculture agriculturist agricultural || Other Root Words – A Root Word Origin – Meaning aapt Greek indomitable unfriendly abact Latin driven away abdit Latin secrethidden abr Greek – delicate abscis Latin cutoff absit Latin – distant aca Greek a point silence acar Greek – tiny accip Latin allow snatch accliv Latin steep up hill accresc Latin increaseace Greek – heal acer Latin – sharp acerv Latin – pile acest Greek healing remedyWhat are “Root Words”? A root or root word is a word which is used to form another word It is also called a base word A root does not have a prefix a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word or a suffix a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word Root is the primary lexical unit of a word and of a word family For example pure is a root By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made impure purity pureness Similarly play and move are root words By adding prefixes and suffixes the following words could be made plays played playing player | moving movement moved movable mover movingly In this book I have given the most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language Sample This Root Words – A AGG – Origin Latin | Meaning collected Examples agglomerate to collect things and form them into a mass or group | related word agglomeration aggrandize to increase your importance or power | related word aggrandizement aggregate to put together different items amounts etc into a single total | related words aggregation aggregatorALTRALTER – Origin Latin | Meaning other Examples altruism caring about the needs of other people | related word altruistic alterable that can be changed | related word unalterable altercation noisy argument alternate to follow one after other | related words alternately alternation alternativeANIM – Origin Latin | Meaning breath life soul Examples animal a living creature animate having life to make something full of liveliness | related words animated animatedly animation animato animator inanimate animateur a person who promotes social activities animism the belief that natural objects have a living soul | related words animist animistic animosity strong feeling of opposition equanimity calm state of mind magnanimous kind forgiving generous | related words magnanimity magnanimously pusillanimous lack of courage unanimous agreeing with others | related word unanimously Some More Root Words – A Root Word Origin Meaning | Examples Related Words in Bracket a Greek not | atheism apolitical atypical ablat Latin remove | ablation ablut Latin wash | ablutions abort Latin born too soon | abortion abras Latin rub off | abrasion abrasive abrasively abrasiveness abstemi Latin controlled moderate | abstemious abund Latin overflow | abundance abundant abundantly ac Latin to toward | accept acceptability acceptable acceptably acceptance acceptation acanth Greek thorn | acanthus acet Latin vinegar | acetate acetic acetone achr Greek colorless | achromic acid Latin sour | acidic acidify acidosis acidulate acidulation acidulous acm Greek summit | acme aco Greek relief | acoustic acoustical acoustically acoustician acoustics adama Greek invincible | adamant adamantly ade Greek enough | adequate adequacy adequately adip Latin fat | adipose adolesc Latin growing upaer Greek air or atmosphere | aerate aeration aerial aerialist aerobic aerobics anaerobicagr Latin field | agrarian agriculture agriculturist agricultural || Other Root Words – A Root Word Origin – Meaning aapt Greek indomitable unfriendly abact Latin driven away abdit Latin secrethidden abr Greek – delicate abscis Latin cutoff absit Latin – distant aca Greek a point silence acar Greek – tiny accip Latin allow snatch accliv Latin steep up hill accresc Latin increaseace Greek – heal acer Latin – sharp acerv Latin – pile acest Greek healing remedy