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CLA 30: Greek and Latin Elements in English vocabulary UNIT FOUR: Derivatives from Greek
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Goals for Today To begin learning the Greek alphabet To learn a bit about transliteration To review the history of the Greek language To take Quiz #3
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It’s all Greek to me. Graecum est. non potest legi.
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Word of the Day transliteration < Lat. trans (across) littera (letter) transliterate (tr. v.) to represent (letters or words) in the corresponding characters of another alphabet.
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transliteration 2200 γ αμμα gamma 2200 λαμβδα lambda
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An alpha male alphabet A river delta An iota (a jot)
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Goals for Today To review Quiz #3 To continue learning the Greek alphabet To play to word game To review Unit Four
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The alpha and omega -Book of Revelation 2200 ΑΩ Words of the Day: sigmoid (sigmoid flexure = lower part of the colon) deltoid muscle
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2200 φιλοσοφια 2200 δυσπεψια 2200 ευθανασια 2200 ακροφοβια
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2200 δυσεντ ερια 2200 δυσπνοια 2200 ευγ ενεια 2200 ευφονια 2200 ευφεμια
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sesqui < Lat. sesqui = one and a half ped < Lat. pedis = foot -al < Lat – alis = of, relating to, or characterized by -ian < Lat. ianus = belonging to (noun ending)
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course CLA 30 taught by Professor Albu during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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