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Word Roots: Fid (faith) If you know a Marine, then you know this word root. Semper Fidelis is their motto - a.k.a., "Always Faitfhul"

Thisvis so beautiful. (Word Roots: Fid (faith) If you know a Marine, then you know this word root. Semper Fidelis is their motto - a., "Always Faitfhul")

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"CIS" and "CISION" come from the Latin "caedere" and "caesus" which mean 'cut.' Common words with these word roots include "incisive" "scissors" "concise" "incision" "precise" and "decisive.

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The word root "belli" refers to 'war' or 'combat.' Some common words with this root include "belligerent" "bellicose" "rebellion" "antebellum" and "bellatrix.

The word roots LOC/LOQ (speech words) can be found in common words such as "eloquent" "colloquial" "loquacious" "interlocutor" "soliloquy" "circumlocution" "elocution" and "grandiloquence." #vocabulary #wordroots #loq #loc #english #sat #testprep #writing #talking

The word roots LOC/LOQ (speech words) can be found in common words such as "eloquent" "colloquial" "loquacious" "interlocutor" "soliloquy" "circumlocution" "elocution" and "grandiloquence." THIS ROOT WORD IS FROM LATIN.

The word root MUT (change) can be found in such words as "mutate" "permutation" "mutagen" "transmute" "mutilate" and "mutant." #vocabulary #wordroot #mutant #tmnt #wolverine #xmen #learnenglish #sat #testprep #wordroots

The word root MUT (change) can be found in such words as "mutate" "permutation" "mutagen" "transmute" "mutilate" and "mutant.

62 Likes, 1 Comments - The YUNiversity (@the_yuniversity) on Instagram: “‍ "FID" is a common root found in words that deal with faith , belief, or trust. Some examples…”

62 Likes, 1 Comments - The YUNiversity (@the_yuniversity) on Instagram: “‍ "FID" is a common root found in words that deal with faith , belief, or trust. Some examples…”

Reading Olympians ~ Root of the day LOVE LOVE LOVE this program

Reading Olympians ~ Root of the day LOVE LOVE LOVE this program. The root word for power in Latin is pot.