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Greek and Latin Roots. Week 3. Cracy. Meaning : government; rule; strength Examples: Plutocracy Society ruled by the wealthy Theocracy Government by priests. cred. Meaning : believe; trust Examples: Credo Statement of belief or principle; creed Incredulous Skeptical; doubtful.

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cracy
Cracy
  • Meaning: government; rule; strength
  • Examples:
    • Plutocracy
      • Society ruled by the wealthy
    • Theocracy
      • Government by priests
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cred
  • Meaning: believe; trust
  • Examples:
    • Credo
      • Statement of belief or principle; creed
    • Incredulous
      • Skeptical; doubtful
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Cre
  • Meaning: rise; grow
  • Examples:
    • Crescendo
      • In music, a gradual increase in the volume or intensity of sound
    • Increment
      • Something added; process of increasing
cour cur
Cour/cur
  • Meaning: run; course
  • Examples:
    • Concurrence
      • Agreement in opinion; simultaneous occurrence
    • Courier
      • A messenger
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cura
  • Meaning: care
  • Examples:
    • Curator
      • Someone who oversees a museum collection
    • Curette
      • Surgical instrument that removes growths from a body cavity
cycl cyclo
Cycl/cyclo
  • Meaning: circle; wheel; cycle
  • Examples:
    • Cyclical
      • Characterized by cycles; moving in cycles
    • Cycloid
      • Resembling a circle
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de
  • Meaning: from; down; away; against
  • Examples:
    • Deride
      • mock
    • Denounce
      • condemn
dec deca
Dec/deca
  • Meaning: ten
  • Examples:
    • decimate
      • Destroy a large part of; inflict great destruction on
    • decapod
      • A crustacean having ten legs
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Dem
  • Meaning: common people
  • Examples:
    • demographic
      • Related to the population balance
    • pandemic
      • Spread over a whole area or country
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derm
  • Meaning: skin
  • Examples:
    • dermatitis
      • Inflammation of the skin
    • pachyderm
      • A thick-skinned, hoofed animal like the elephant