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2010uniteight - Unit Eight More Compound Words {anthropo} =...

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Unformatted text preview: Unit Eight More Compound Words {anthropo} = man {bio} = life {entomo} = notched animal, insect {ethno} = race or nation of people {etymo} = base meaning of a word {geo} = land, earth {horo} = hour, time < {neuro} = nerve {patho} = suffering, disease, feeling {psycho} = soul, mind anthropology biology geology ethnology / ethnicity entomology /etymology horology pathology [< Gk the study of emotions] 1. The study of the essential nature of disease and its causes. 2. Something abnormal: deviations from the normal that constitute disease or characterize a particular disease neurologist psychologist Combining Forms from Latin {carni} = meat or flesh [carnivorous] {cide} = kill [suicide / siblicide] {febri} = fever {frugi / fructi} = fruit [frugivorous] {fuge} = to drive away, flee [febrifuge] {fy} = to make {herbi} = grass [herbicide / herbivorous] {insecti} = insect [insecticide] {magni} = big [magnify]...
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course CLA CLA 30 taught by Professor Albu during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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2010uniteight - Unit Eight More Compound Words {anthropo} =...

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