November 13, 2018

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Easiest Vocabulary Building Method by ROOT WORDS – (Part – 6)

Easiest Vocabulary Building Method by ROOT WORDS – (Part – 6)
  iatr/o medical care Greek geriatrics – medical care of the elderly; pediatrician – a doctor who treats children; podiatry – medical care for feet.
  icon/o image Latin
Greek
icon – an (often religious) image, in modern usage a simplified graphic of high symbolic content; iconology – science of symbols and icons; iconoclast – someone who destroys religious images and traditional beliefs.
  idio peculiar, personal, distinct Greek idiomatic – Peculiar to a particular language; idiosyncracy – a physical or mental characteristic typical or a particular person; idiot – someone who is distinctly foolish or stupid.
  il, in in, into Latin illuminate – to give light to; innovation – a new idea, method, or device; inspection – the act of examining or reviewing.
  ig, il, im,
in, ir
not, without Latin illegal – not legal; impossible – not possible; inappropriate – not appropriate; irresponsible – not responsible.
  imag likeness Latin image – a likeness of someone; imaginative – able to think up new ideas or images; imagine – to form a picture or likeness in the mind.
  infra beneath, below Latin infrastructure – underlying framework of a system; infrared – below the regular light spectrum.
  inter between, among, jointly Latin international – involving two or more countries; intersection – place where roads come together; intercept – to stop or interrupt the course of.
  intra,
intro
within, inside Latin intrastate – existing in one state; intravenous – inside or into a vein; introvert – shy person who keeps within him/herself.
  ir not Latin irredeemable – not redeemable; irreformable – not reformable; irrational – not rational.
  iso equal   isobar – a line on a map connecting points of equal barometric pressure; isometric – having equality of measure; isothermal – having equal or constant temperature.
  ject throw Latin eject – to throw someone/something out; interject – to throw a remark into a discussion; project – to cast or throw something.
  jud law Latin judgment – a decision of a court of law; judicial – having to do with judges or courts of law; judiciary – a system of courts of law.
  junct join Latin conjunction – a word that joins parts of sentences; disjunction – a disconnection; junction – a place where two things join.
  juven young Latin juvenile – youthful or childish; rejuvenate – to bring back to youthful strength or appearance.

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