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Vocabulary: unit 2. POWER. WORD TOWER: DOM. DOM: HOUSE/LORD. DOMESTIC DOMINION PREDOMINATE INDOMITABLE. domestic. Dealing with the house/home. dominion. Place or area of control/power. predominate. To be the strongest or greatest. Pre-. indomitable. Impossible to subdue or defeat.

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dom house lord
DOM: HOUSE/LORD
  • DOMESTIC
  • DOMINION
  • PREDOMINATE
  • INDOMITABLE
domestic
domestic
  • Dealing with the house/home.
dominion
dominion
  • Place or area of control/power.
predominate
predominate
  • To be the strongest or greatest.
  • Pre-
indomitable
indomitable
  • Impossible to subdue or defeat.
words we will cover
Words we will cover:
  • Retain
  • Abstain/Abstinence
  • Tenable
  • Tenacious
retain
retain
  • Definition: HOLD BACK/KEEP
  • Re: again/back
  • Example: I really hope I can retain all of the stuff we’ve learned for the big test.
abstain abstinence
Abstain/abstinence
  • Ab-- means “away”
  • Example: She chose to abstain from caffeine during the golf season.
  • Abstain:
  • Abstinence:
tenable
tenable
  • Definition:
  • Example: After the fishing hook plunged into his skin, he found that the only tenable solution was to use a pliers to get it out.
tenacious tenacity
Tenacious/tenacity
  • Example: Despite everyone else’s opinions, the tenacious student refused to believe that her answer was wrong.
  • Definition:
two definitions
Two definitions:
  • Hyper: Over/ Above and Beyond
  • Hypo: Under/Beneath/Less Than Ordinary
definitions
Definitions:
  • Therm- Means Temperature
  • Hyperthermia:
  • Hypothermia:
hypodermic
hypodermic
  • Derm:
  • Hypodermic:
hypothetical
Hypothetical
  • Definition:

Example: Phrenology

hyperbole
Hyperbole
  • Definition:
pairs take a guess just for fun
Pairs: Take a guess: (just for fun)
  • HYPEROPIA
  • MYOPIA
  • HYPERTENSION
  • HYPOTENSION
  • HYPERGLYCEMIC
  • HYPOGLYCEMIC
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Words we will cover:
  • Impassioned
  • Psychopath
  • Apathy/Empathy/Sympathy
impassioned
impassioned
  • IM- IN
  • DEFINITION: FILLED WITH OR SHOWING GREAT EMOTION
  • Example: The Chieftainettes’ impassioned performance resulted in erupting applause.
psychopath
psychopath
  • DEFINITION: SUFFERING OF THE MIND
  • PSYCH:
apathy empathy sympathy
Apathy/empathy/sympathy
  • Prefixes:
  • A- NOT
  • EM-IN/INTO---(You have been IN the experience)
  • SYM- TOGETHER
  • Apathy:
  • Empathy:
  • Sympathy:
let s try it
Let’s try it:
  • Match the three words to the correct sentences.
  • He was so ______________ about sports that he didn’t even know which city the Packers were from.
  • I too had felt the wrath of sunburn, so I felt ___________ as she winced with every movement.
  • When I watch movies about the Holocaust I am filled with _____________ for the victims of this atrocity.
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Arch-
  • Meaning 1: Most important/to rule
    • Examples:
      • Arch Nemesis
      • Anarchy
      • Matriarchy/Patriarchy
arch most important to rule
Arch: most important/ to rule
  • ARCH NEMESIS– Most important enemy.
    • Example: ActivInspire used to be my friend. However, ever since the tools have begun to disappear more and more frequently, it has the potential to become my arch nemesis.
anarchy
Anarchy:
  • Definition: NO Rule/No government
  • Example: When the 3rd graders noticed that the new substitute teacher was too nice to scold them, complete anarchy broke out. Kids were throwing things, wrestling, and feeding their lunches to the fish.
matriarchy patriarchy
Matriarchy/Patriarchy:
  • Matriarchy: Ruled by _______________
  • Matr- ______________________
  • Example: The women in the Iroquois society are said to have held the most power, proving that it may have been an example of a matriarchy.
  • Patriarchy: Ruled by _______________
  • Patr ______________________
  • Example: As more women are elected to positions of power, it is debated whether or not the U.S. is a patriarchy.
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Arch-
  • Meaning 2: Ancient
    • Examples:
      • Archeology
      • Archives
      • Archaic