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英语词根

1 alt, 拉丁文altus, “high”

词例: altar exalt altitude altimeter

 

2 alter/ali, 拉丁文alter, “other”

词例: alter alternate alternative

altruism alien alienate alias alibi

 

3 am, 拉丁文amare, “to love”

词例: amateur amatory amiable

amicable amour amorous

enamored enemy enmity

 

4 angl/angul, 拉丁文angulus,

“angle” 词例: angular equiangular

quadrangular rectangle

 

5 anim, 拉丁文anima, “breath”,

“soul” 

词例: animal animate inanimate

magnanimous unanimous

 

6 ann, 拉丁文annus, “year”

词例: annals anniversary annuity

annual biannual centennial

perennial Anno Domini (A.D.)

 

7 anthrop, 拉丁文anthropos,

“human being”

词例: anthropology anthropoid

misanthrope philanthropy

 

8 apt/ept, 拉丁文aptus, “fit”

词例: apt aptitude aptness

adapt adept adaptation inapt

 

9 aqua, 拉丁文aqua, “water”

词例: aquarium aquatic aqueduct

 

10 art, 拉丁文art, “art”

词例: artistic artless artifact

artificial artisan

 

11 aud, 拉丁文audire, “to hear”

词例: audible inaudible audience

auditorium audiphones audition

auditor auditory

 

12 aug,拉丁文augere, “increase”

词例: auction augment august

 

13 avi, 拉丁文avis, “bird”

词例: avian aviary aviation

 

14 band/bond, 梵文bhand, “bind”

词例: bandage bondage bound

contraband boundary

 

15 bar, 拉丁文barra, “bar”

词例: barrister barrel barrier

barrage embargo embarrass

 

16 bell, 神话人物Bellona, “war”

词例: bellicose belligerent rebel

 

17 bio, 希腊文bios , “life”

词例: biology autobiography biosphere antibiotic symbiosis

 

18 brev, 拉丁文brevis, “short”

词例: brevity brief abbreviate

abridge abridgment

 

19 calc, 拉丁文calculus, “lime;

stone” 词例: calcify calcium calculate calculable calculus chalk

 

20 camp, 拉丁文campus, “plain;

field” 词例: campus champion

campaign campfire decamp

 

21 cand, 拉丁文candidus, “white;

bright”

词例: candle candela candid candidate candidacy incandescent

 

22 cant/chant/cent, 拉丁文canere, “to sing” 词例: cant cantata chant

descant enchant accent accentuate

 

23 cap, 拉丁文caput, “head”

词例: cape capital capitalism

capitalize capsize captain cabbage

decapitate precipitate

 

24 cap/cep/cip/ceive, 拉丁文

capere, “take; seize”

词例: capable capacious capacity

caption captivate captive captivity

capture acceptable conceive

conception deceive deceit

deception exceptional inception

intercept perceive perceptive

precept receiver receipt receptacle

receptive recipient susceptible

anticipate participate participle

emancipate

 

25 car, 拉丁文carrus/carrere,

“car; to run”

词例: cargo carry career carriage

carrier cart charge chariot

 

26 carn, 拉丁文caro, “flesh”

词例: carnage carnal carnival

carnivore reincarnate carnation

 

27 cast, 拉丁文casten,“to throw”

词例: broadcast forecast outcast

overcast

 

28 cav, 拉丁文cavus, “hollow”

词例: cave cavernous cavity concave excavation excavator

 

29 cede/ceed/cess, 拉丁文cedere,

“to go; to proceed”

词例: accede access accession

antecede antecedent ancestor cede

cessation cession concede

concession exceed exceedingly

excess excessive incessant

intercede intercession precede

precedence precedent proceed

process procession recede recess

recession retrocede secede

secession succeed necessary

 

30 cent,拉丁文centum, “hundred”

词例: century centennial

centigrade centimeter centuple

centuplicate percentage

 

31 centr/center, 希腊文kentron

拉丁文centrum

词例: eccentric egocentric epicenter ethnocentric centrifugal centripetal concentrate heliocentric

 

32 cern/cret, 拉丁文cernere, “to

separate; to observe”

词例: concern discern discreet

discrete discretion excrete secret

secretary secrete

 

33 cert, 拉丁文certus, “certain;

sure” 词例: ascertain certainty

certify certificate concert

 

34 chron, 希腊文chronos, “time”

词例: chronic chronicle

chronograph chronological

anachronism synchronize

 

35 cide/cise,拉丁文caedere, “cut”

词例: concise decide decisive

excise excision incise incisive

pesticide precise suicide homicide

 

36 circ/cyc, 拉丁文circus, “circle;

ring”  词例: circular circulate

circuit circuitous circus encircle

cycle cyclone encyclopedia

 

37 cite, 拉丁文citare, “to call”

词例: citable citation excite incite

recite recital recitation resuscitate

solicit solicitor

38 claim/clam, 拉丁文clamare,

“to shout or cry out”

词例: claimant clamor clamorous

acclaim declaim disclaim exclaim

proclaim reclaim reclamation

 

39 clin/cliv, 拉丁文clinare, “to

bend or lean”

词例: acclivity decline declination

declivity incline inclination

proclivity recline climax

 

40 clud/clos/clus,拉丁文claudere,

“to shut or close”

词例: closet closure conclude

disclose disclosure enclose

exclude exclusive include occlude

preclude recluse seclude

 

41cognis/gnos,拉丁文congnoscere,

“to know”

词例: agnostic cognition cognitive

cognizance diagnose diagnosis

ignore prognosis recognize

 

42 cord, 拉丁文cor, “heart”

词例: core accord accordance

according cordial concord

courage discord discordant

discourage encourage record

 

43 corp, 拉丁文corpus, “body”

词例: corps corpse corporal

corporation corporeal corpulent

corpus corpuscle incorporate

 

44 cosm, 希腊文kosmos, “order;

ornament”

词例: cosmetics cosmic cosmos

cosmopolitan microcosm

 

45 count, 拉丁文computare

词例: countdown counter account

accountable discount recount

 

46 cover, 拉丁文cooperire, “to

close; to cover”  词例: coverage

covert discover recover uncover

 

47 cre/cresc, 拉丁文crescere, “to

come into being; to grow”

词例: accretion accrue creature

create concrete crescent decrepit

decrease increase increment

procreate recreate

 

48 cred,拉丁文credere, “believe”

词例: credence credential credible

credit creditor credo creed

credulity credulous discredit

49 crim, 拉丁文crimen, “fault,

crime, or accusation”

词例: crime criminal incriminate

 

50 crit, 希腊文krinein, “to judge

or decide”

词例: criterion critic critical

criticism criticize hypercritical


51 cruc, 拉丁文cruc, “cross”

词例: crusade crucial crucify crux

cruise excruciate



52 cult, 拉丁文cultivare, “to till”

词例: culture cultivate agriculture

apiculture aquiculture floriculture

sericulture colony colonist



53 cub/cumb, 拉丁词根cub-/

cumb-, “to lie; to lie down”

词例: cumber concubine succumb

incumbent procumbent recumbent



54 cur, 拉丁文curare, “care for”

词例: cure curious curator accurate

accuracy manicure pedicure 

procure procurement secure



55 curr/curs,拉丁文currere, “run”

词例: current currency concur

concurrent curriculum cursive

cursor cursory discursive

excursion incur occur occurrence

precursor recur recurrent succor

course discourse recourse



56 cuss, 拉丁文cutere, “to strike 

or shake”  词例: concussion

discuss percussion repercussion



57 deb/du,拉丁文debere, “to owe”

词例: debtor indebted due duty



58 de/div, 拉丁文deus/divus, 

“god; divine”

词例: deify deification deity



59 dem, 希腊文demos, “people”

词例: democracy democrat

demography endemic epidemic

pandemic demagogue



60 dent, 拉丁文dent, “tooth”

词例: dental dentist denture indent

indenture dandelion



61 dic, 拉丁文dicere, “to speak”

词例: dictionary dictate dedicate

abdicate benediction condition

contradict edict indicate indict

jurisdiction malediction predicate

predication predict sedition

valedictory verdict vindicate



62 dign, 拉丁文dignus, “worthy”

词例: dignity dignify dignitary

indignity indignant dainty disdain



63 divid/divis, 拉丁文dividere, “to

divide” 

词例: divide dividend division

divisor individual individuality



64 doc/doct,拉丁文docere,“teach”

词例: docent docile doctoral

doctorate doctrinaire doctrine

documentary didactic didactics

indoctrinate disciple discipline



65 dom, 拉丁文domus, “house”

词例: dome domestic domesticate

domical domicile



66 dom, 拉丁文dominus, “master;

to rule” 词例: dominant dominate

domineer dominion domain 

predominate kingdom madam 



67 don/dot/dow, 拉丁文donare,

“to give” 词例: donate donation

donor condone pardon anecdote

antidote dose dosage dower

dowry endow endowment



68 dorm, 拉丁文dormire, “sleep”

词例: dormant dormitory



69 dogma/dox, 希腊文doxa, 

“opinion” 词例: dogma dogmatic

orthodox paradox paradoxical



70 draw, 拉丁文trahere, “to draw

or pull”  词例: drawback drawer

overdraw withdraw



71 duc, 拉丁文ducere, “to lead”

词例: abduct conduce conduct

conductor deduce deducible

deduct deductive ductile educate

induce induct induction introduce

oviduct produce product reduce

reduction seduce semiconductor

subdue traduce viaduct



72 dur, 拉丁文durare, “to last”

词例: durable duration endure 

endurance indurate obdurate



73 dyn/dynamo, 希腊文dynamis,

“to be able; to have power”

词例: dynasty dynamic dynamism

dynamite dynamo dynamometer

hydrodynamics thermodynamics



74 eco, 希腊文oikos, “house”

词例: ecology economy economic



75 ego, 拉丁文, “I; self”

词例: egocentric egoism egoist



76 electr, 拉丁文electrum 

词例: electricity electrify electrode

electrocute electrolysis electron



77 em/empt/ampl, 拉丁文emere,

“to take” 词例: ample example 

exemplar exemplify exempt 

preempt premium prompt redeem

redeemer redemption ransom



78 equ, 拉丁文aequalis, “equal”

词例: equable equal equalitarian

equality equanimity equate

equation equinox equinoctial

equipoise equity equitable

equivalent equivocal adequate



79 err, 拉丁文errare, “to wander

or stray” 词例: error erroneous 

errant erratic erratum aberrant 



80 ess/est, 拉丁文esse, “to be”

词例: essence essential interest

disinterested quintessence 



81 fa/fabl/fam/fess, 拉丁文fari,

“to speak”

词例: fate fatal infant infantry

infancy infantile fable fabulous

affable confabulate effable

ineffable nefarious prefatory

fame infamy infamous defame

defamatory confess profess



82 fac/fic, 拉丁文facies, “face”

词例: facelift facet facetious facial

façade deface efface interface

preface surface superficial affront

frontier confront effrontery



83 fac/fec/fic, 拉丁文facere, “to

make or do”

词例: fact factor factory faction

factious factitious factotum 

facture benefactor malefactor

manufacture facile facilitate

facility facsimile faculty affect

affection affectation affectionate

confect defect effect effectual

infect infectious perfect prefect

prefecture refection deficient

deficiency difficulty efficacy

efficient magnificent official

proficient profit sacrifice suffice

sufficient affair feat defeat feature

feasible counterfeit forfeit 



84 fall/fail/fals/fault, 拉丁文

fallere, “to deceive”

词例: fallacy fallacious fallible

infallible failing failure false

falsify fault faulty default



85 fare, 拉丁文faram, “to go”

词例: farewell warfare welfare



86 fend,拉丁文fendere,“to strike”

词例: fence fencing defend defendant offend offense offensive



87 fer, 拉丁文ferre, “to carry”

词例: ferry fertile fertilizer 

afferent circumference confer

conference defer deferential 

deferment differ differentiate

efferent indifferent infer offer

prefer proffer refer suffer transfer



88 ferv, 拉丁文fervere, “to boil”

词例: fervent fervor defervesce



89 fid, 拉丁文fides, “faith”

词例: fidelity faithful confide

confidant confident confidential

diffidence infidel defy defiance

defiant perfidy



90 fig, 拉丁文fingere, “to shape or mold” 

词例: figment figure figurative

configuration disfigure effigy



91 fin, 拉丁文finire, “to end”

词例: fine finale finalize finance

finish finite infinite infinitive

confine define definite definition

definitive refine refinement



92 firm, 拉丁文firmus, “firm”

词例: firmament affirm affirmative

confirm infirm



93 fix, 拉丁文figere, “fasten”

词例: fixation fixture affix infix

prefix suffix transfix



94 flam/flagr, 拉丁文flamma, 

“flame”

词例: flammable flamboyant

flamingo inflame inflammation

flagrant effulgent



95 flat, 拉丁文flare, “to blow”

词例: flatulent conflation deflate

deflation inflate



96 flect/flex, 拉丁文flectere, “to bend”

词例: flexible flexion inflexible

deflect inflect reflect reflection



97 flict, 拉丁文fligere, “to strike”

词例: afflict affliction conflict

inflict infliction



98 flor/flour,拉丁文flos, “flower”

词例: flora floral florescence 

floriculture florid flourish



99 flu, 拉丁文fluere, “to flow”

词例: fluent fluency fluid flume

flush fluctuate affluent confluent

effluent influent influential

superfluous inflow overflow flux

afflux conflux efflux influx reflux



100 foli, 拉丁文folium, “leaf”

词例: foliage foliate folio defoliate

portfolio


101forc/fort,拉丁文fortis,“strong”

词例: force enforce reinforce fort

forte fortify fortress fortitude

comfort discomfort effort 



102 form,拉丁文formare, “form”

词例: formal formality formation

formula formulate conform

inform information perform

performance reform reformatory

transform uniform uniformity



103 found/fund, 拉丁文fundus,

“base; bottom”

词例: foundation founder fund

fundamental profound



104 fract/frag, 拉丁文frangere, “to break or shatter”

词例: fraction fracture fragile

fragment frail frailty diffract

infract refrain suffrage



105 fug, 拉丁文fugere, “to flee or escape”

词例: fugacious fugitive centrifugal febrifuge refuge subterfuge



106 fuse/found, 拉丁文fundere, 

“to pour out or melt” 

词例: fusible fusion circumfuse

confuse diffuse diffusive effuse

infuse perfuse profuse profusion

refuse refusal suffuse transfuse

found foundry confound



107gam,希腊文gamos,“marriage”

词例: bigamy monogamy



108 gen, 希腊文genesis /拉丁文

generare, “come into being or be

born; race”

词例: gender gene genealogy

general generalize generate

generator engender generic 

generous genesis genetics genial

congenial endogenous exogenous

genital congenital pathogenic 

progenitor progeny genius genus

ingenious genocide genteel gentle

genuine eugenics pregnant cognate hydrogen nitrogen oxygen



109 ger/gest, 拉丁文gerere, “to

carry” 词例: gestate gesticulate

gesture congest digest exaggerate

indigestion ingest suggest



110 grad/gress, 拉丁文gradus, “to step; walk” 

词例: grade gradient gradual

graduate degrade degradation

postgraduate retrograde upgrade

ingredient aggression congress

digress progress transgress



111 gram/graph, 希腊文gramma/

graphein, “letter; to write”

词例: grammar cryptogram

diagram epigram monogram 

parallelogram program telegram

gramophone graphic autograph

autobiography calligraphy

dictograph geography monograph

lexicography orthography 

photograph stenography



112 grand, 拉丁文grandis, “great; large”  词例: grandeur grandiloquent grandiose aggrandize



113 grat, 拉丁文gratus, “pleasing, welcome, or agreeable”

词例: grateful gratitude ingrate

gratis gratuitous gratuity grace

gracious disgrace agree agreeable

congratulate ingratiate



114 grav, 拉丁文gravis, “heavy,

weighty, serious”

词例: grave gravity aggravate

grieve grief engraving



115 greg,拉丁文grex,“herd; flock”

词例: gregarious aggregate

congregate segregate egregious



116 habit/hibit, 拉丁文habere, “to have, or to hold” 

词例: habitual habitant habituate

habitat cohabit inhabit inhabitant

exhibit inhibit prohibit 



117 hap, 古挪威文happ, “luck”

词例: mishap happen happening

haphazard perhaps



118 helio, 希腊神话人物Helios 

词例: heliotropes helium



119 her, 拉丁文heres, “heir”

词例: heirloom heredity hereditary

heritage inherit inheritance



120 herb, 拉丁文herba, “grass”

词例: herbal herbicide herbivore



121 here/hes, 拉丁文haerere, “to stick, or to get stuck”

词例: adhere adherence coherence

cohere coherent cohesion inherence inherent hesitate hesitant



122 horr,拉丁文horrere,“tremble”

词例: horrible horrify horrific

horror abhor abhorrent



123 hum,拉丁文humus, “ground”

词例: human humane humanism

humanitarian humanity humble

humiliate humiliation humility

humus exhume posthumous



124 hydr, 希腊文hudr/hudro, 

“water” 词例: hydrant hydrate 

hydrogen hydroelectric hydrotropism dehydrate hydrodynamic



125 hypno, 希腊神话人物Hypnos

词例: hypnotic hypnotize hypnosis



126 idio, 希腊文idos, “personal”

词例: idiot idiolect idiom 

idiomatic idiosyncrasy



127 insul, 拉丁文insula, “island”

词例: insular insulate insulator

island isle isolate peninsula



128 it, 拉丁文ire, “to go”

词例: itinerant itinerate ambition

ambitious circuit circuitous

initiate initiative initial transit

transition transitory transient



129 jac/jec, 拉丁文jacere, “throw, or hurl” 词例: abject eject ejection

inject injection interjection object

objective objectivity project

projectile projector reject subject

subjective trajectory adjacent



130 join/junct, 拉丁文jungere, 

“to join”  词例: adjoin junction 

juncture adjunct conjunction disjunction injunction subjunctive



131 journ, 法文jour, “day”

词例: journal journalism journey

adjourn sojourn diary diurnal



132 jud, 拉丁文judicare, “judge”

词例: judgment judicial judiciary

judicious adjudicate prejudice



133 jur, 拉丁文jurare, “to swear”

词例: abjure adjure conjure perjure

perjury 



134 just/juris, 拉丁文jus, “law;

right” 词例: justice justify adjust

juridical jurisdiction jury juror



135 labor, 拉丁文labor, “to work”

词例: laboratory laborious belabor

collaborate elaborate



136 laps,拉丁文lapsare, “to slip”

词例: collapse elapse relapse



137 lat, 拉丁文latum, “to carry or

bear” 词例: ablation collate correlate dilate elate illation oblate

relate relative superlative translate

translator ventilate ventilation



138 later, 拉丁文latus, “side”

词例: lateral latitude bilateral

collateral equilateral unilateral



139 lav/lau,拉丁文lavare, “wash”

词例: lava lavatory lavish laundry

deluge dilute



140 lax/lyse, 拉丁文laxare, “to

loosen” 词例: lax laxity relax release analyze analysis paralysis



141 lect/leg, 拉丁文legere, “to 

choose, gather or read”

词例: lecture collect elect elector

electorate intellect intellectual

neglect recollect select legend

legendary legible legion elegant



142 leg, 拉丁文legalis, “lawful”

词例: legal legislate legislative

legislator legislature legitimate

allege allegiance privilege



143 lega, 拉丁文legare, “to 

appoint, or send as a deputy”

词例: legate legation legacy 

delegate delegation relegate



144 lev, 拉丁文levare/levis, “to

raise or lighten; light”

词例: lever leverage levy levitate

levity alleviate elevate elevator 

relevant relevance relieve relief



145 liber, 拉丁文liber, “free”

词例: liberal liberate liberty



146 libr/lib, 拉丁文libr, “book”

词例: library librarian libretto libel



147 lic, 拉丁文licere, “to be 

permitted” 

词例: license licensee illicit



148 lig, 拉丁文ligare, “to bind”

词例: ligament oblige obligation

religion league colleague



149 lingu, 拉丁文lingua, “tongue,

language”

词例: lingual linguist linguistics



150 liqu, 拉丁文liquere, “fluid”

词例: liquefy liquefaction liquid

liquidity liquor


151 liter, 拉丁文littera, “letter”

词例: literal literary literate

literature alliterate illiteracy

illiterate obliterate transliterate



152 loc, 拉丁文locus, “place”

词例: local locale locality locate

allocate collocate collocation

dislocate relocate locus



153 log, 希腊文logos, “word,

speech, reason”

词例: catalog dialog monolog

prolog epilogue logic apology

analogy analogous anthropology

astrology biology entomology

eulogy geology meteorology

mineralogy mythology pathology

philology physiology psychology

theology trilogy colloquial

zoology colloquy eloquent loquacious loquacity obloquy soliloquy

locution circumlocution



154 long, 拉丁文longus, “long”

词例: longevity longitude belong

elongate lengthen oblong prolong



155 lud/lus, 拉丁文ludere/ludum,

“to play; play or game”

词例: allude allusion collude

delude delusion elude elusive

illusion disillusion ludicrous

prelude interlude



156 luc/lux/lust, 拉丁文lustris,

“bright” 词例: luster lustrous 

illustrate illustrious lucent lucid

Lucifer elucidate translucent



157 lum/lumen/lumen, 拉丁文

lumen, “light” 

词例: luminance luminary 

luminous illuminate lumen



158 magn/maj/max, 拉丁文

magnus, “great”

词例: magnanimous magnate

magnify magnificent magnitude

majesty majestic major majority

maxim maximum climax



159 man/anu, 拉丁文manus,

“hand” 

词例: manacle manage manicure

manifest manipulate manufacture

manual manuscript emancipate



160 mand/mend, 拉丁文mandare,

“order or entrust” 词例: command

commander demand mandate

commandment mandatory remand

commend recommend commando



161 mari/mare,拉丁文mare, “sea”

词例: marine maritime submarine

marina mare clausum/liberum



162 mark,古英文marc, “to mark”

词例: marked marker demarcate

demarcation remark remarkable



163 mater/matr, 拉丁文mater, 

“mother”

词例: maternal maternity matrix



164 med, 拉丁文medius/medicus,

“middle; to heal” 

词例: medic medical medicine

remedy remedial medium medial

median mediation mediocre

medieval Mediterranean 

immediate intermediary



165 melan,拉丁文melan, “black”

词例: melancholy melanin



166 memor, 拉丁文memor, “to

remember” 词例: memorandum

memorable memorial memorize

memoir memento commemorate



167 ment, 拉丁文ment, “mind”

词例: mental mentality mention

mentor amentia comment 

commentary demented dementia

senile dementia vehement

remind reminder reminiscent



168 merc,拉丁文mercari, “trade”

词例: mercantile mercenary 

merchandise merchant market

mercy merciless commercial



169 merge/mers, 拉丁文mergere,

“to sink” 

词例: merge merger emerge

emergency immerge submerge



170 meter, 拉丁文metron, 

“measure” 词例: metric metrology

barometer metronome anemometer diameter geometry hygrometer

perimeter seismometer symmetry

thermometer voltmeter



171 migr, 拉丁文migrare, “to

wander”

词例: migrate migrant emigrate

emigrant immigrate immigrant



172 milit, 拉丁文milit, “soldier”

词例: militant military militarism

militia demilitarization



173 min, 拉丁文minere, “to 

project” 词例: eminent eminence

imminent preeminent prominent



174 min, 拉丁文minutus, “small”

词例: minimal minimize minimum

minor minority minus minister

minute mince administer diminish

diminutive miniature



175 mir, 拉丁文mirari, “wonder”

词例: admire admirable miracle

miraculous mirage mirror marvel



176 miss/mit,拉丁文mittere,“send”

词例: missile mission missionary

message admit admission commit

commitment committee commission compromise demise dismiss

emit emission emissary intermittent manumit omit permit premise

remiss remit remittance remittent

remission submit submissive 

surmise transmit transmission



177 mod, 拉丁文modus, “manner;

way” 词例: mode model moderate

modernize modest modify 

modifier commodious modulate

commodity accommodate



178 mon, 拉丁文monere, “advise;

remind” 词例: monitor monument

admonish admonition summon



179 monstr, 拉丁文monstrare, 

“to show” 词例: monster demonstrate demonstration remonstrate



180 mor, 拉丁文mor, “custom”

词例: moral morale morality

amoral demoralize immoral

unmoral mores morose



181 morph,希腊文morphe,“shape”

词例: morphology amorphous 

morph metamorphosis



182 mort,拉丁文mors,mori, “die”

词例: mortal morality immortal

mortician mortify mortuary

morbid moribund mortgage

postmortem 



183 mount/mont, 拉丁文mont, 

“mountain” 词例: mount amount

mountainous dismount paramount

remount surmount montage



184 mov/mob/mot,拉丁文movere,

“to move” 

词例: remove removal mob mobile

mobilize automobile demobilize

motion motivate motive demote

motif motor commotion emotion

locomotive promote remote

moment momentous momentum



185 muni,拉丁文munus,“service”

词例: municipal munificent

communicate communism

community immune immunity

186 mur, 拉丁文murus, “wall”

词例: mural extramural immure

immurement intramural



187 mut,拉丁文mutare, “change”

词例: mutable mutate mutation

mutual commutation commute

commuter immutable permute



188 myst, 拉丁文mysticus, 

“mystery”

词例: mysterious mystify myth



189 nasc/nat/nai, 拉丁文nasci, 

“to be born” 词例: nation nationality native naïve nature naturalism naturalize cognate cognation

connate innate renaissance



190 nau/nav, 拉丁文navis, “ship”

词例: nausea nautical aeronautics

astronaut navy naval navigate



191 necro, 希腊文nekros, “dead

body” 词例: necrology



192 nect/nex, 拉丁文nectere, “to

bind”

词例: connect disconnect annex



193 neg, 拉丁文negare, “to say no, or deny”

词例: negation negative neglect

negligence negligible negotiate

negotiation abnegate renegade



194 neur/neuro/nerv,拉丁文nervus,

希腊文neuron, “nerve”

词例: neural neurasthenia neurology neurosis nervous enervate 



195 neutr,拉丁文neuter, “neither”

词例: neutral neutralize neutron



196 nihil, 拉丁文nihil, “nothing”

词例: nihilism nihilist annihilate



197 noc/nox, 拉丁文nocere, “to

harm” 词例: noxious innocence



198 noct/nox, 拉丁文noct,nox, 

“night” 词例: nocturnal equinox



199 nomin,拉丁文nomin, “name”

词例: nominal nominate nominee

denominate denomination

denominator ignominious



200 norm, 拉丁文norma, “rule”

词例: normal normalize abnormal

enormity enormous


201 not, 拉丁文notare, “to mark”

词例: note nota bene notable 

notary notarization notation

notice notify notion notorious

annotate connote denote



202 nounce/nunci,拉丁文nuntiare,

“to give a message, or report”

词例: announce denounce

pronounce renounce



203 nov, 拉丁文novus, “new”

词例: novel novelty novice 

innovate innovation renovate



204 nul/null, 拉丁文nollus, “not

any”  词例: null nullify annul 



205 number/numer, 拉丁文

numerus, “number”

词例: numberless numerous 

enumerate innumerable



206 nutri, 拉丁文nutrire, “to 

nourish” 词例: nutrient nutrition

nutritious malnutrition



207 onym,拉丁文onoma, “name”

词例: acronym anonymous 

antonym homonym pseudonym

synonym



208 oper, 拉丁文oper, “to work”

词例: opera operate operational

operative operator cooperate



209 opt,拉丁文optare,“to choose”

词例: option optional adopt

optimism optimize optimum



210 opt/opto, 拉丁文ops, “eye”

词例: optical optics optometrist

hyperopic myopia myopic



211 ora, 拉丁文orare, “to speak”

词例: oral oration orator oratory

oracle adoration inexorable



212 order/ordin, 拉丁文ordo, 

“order” 词例: orderly ordinal 

ordinance ordinary ordinate 

coordinate disorder extraordinary

primordial subordinate 



213 ori, 拉丁文oriri, “to rise”

词例: orient orientation origin

original originate aboriginal

abortion disorient reorient

214 orn, 拉丁文ornare, “furnish”

词例: ornament ornamental

ornate adorn adornment



215 ortho, 希腊文orthos, “right,

straight”  词例: orthography 

orthodox orthogonal orthopedics



216 pact, 拉丁文pacisci, “to agree, or to fasten” 

词例: pact compact impact 



217 pan, 拉丁文panis, “bread”

词例: pantry company companion



218 par, 拉丁文par, “equal”

词例: par parity compare 

comparable comparative disparate

disparity imparity pair disparage



219 part, 拉丁文pars, “part”

词例: partake partial participate

participle particle particular 

partisan partition partner apart 

apartment compartment impart

counterpart depart departure

impartial parcel portion apportion

proportion proportional



220 pass, 拉丁文pars, “to pass”

词例: passage passenger passerby

passport pastime bypass compass

impasse overpass surpass trespass



221 path/pati, 拉丁文pati 希腊文

pathos, “suffering”

词例: patient patience impatient

compatible incompatible pathos

pathetic pathology antipathy

apathy apathetic psychopath

sympathize sympathy



222 patr, 拉丁文pater, “father”

词例: paternal paternity patriarch

patriot patriotism patron patronize

compatriot expatriate repatriate



223 ped, 拉丁文pes, “foot”

词例: pedal pedestal pedestrian

pedicure biped quadruped tripod

expedite expedition expedient

expediency impede impediment



224 ped, 希腊文paid, “child”

词例: encyclopedia pedagogy

pedant pediatrician pediatrics 



225 pel/puls, 拉丁文pellere, “to

move or drive”

词例: pulse compel compulsory

dispel expel expellant expulsion

impel impulse impulsive propel

propeller propulsion repel repulse

peal appeal repeal



226 pen/pun,拉丁文poena/punire,

“penalty; to punish” 

词例: penal penalize penalty 

penitent repent repentant punish

punitive impunity



227 pend/pens, 拉丁文pendere, 

“to hang or weigh”

词例: pendant pending pendulous

pendulum append appendix

appendicitis compendium depend

expend expenditure expense 

impend impending independence

perpendicular spend suspend 

suspense suspension pension 

compensate dispense propensity

poise counterpoise ponder

ponderous preponderate



228 peri, 希腊文, “going around 

something”  词例: periscope 

perigee perimeter peripheral



229 pet, 拉丁文petere, “seek”

词例: petition appetite appetizer

compete competence competent

incompetent impetus impetuous

repeat repetition centripetal



230petr/petro,希腊文petros, “rock”

词例: petrify petroleum petrology



231 phan/phen/fan, 希腊文

phantazein, “to appear or seem, or present to the mind”

词例: phantom phase fantasy fancy

fantastic phenomenon emphasize



232 phon/phe, 希腊文phone/phemi, “sound; to speak”

词例: phoneme phonetic phonics

phonology cacophony euphonious

homophone megaphone prophet

microphone symphony telephone

blaspheme euphemism prophecy 



233 photo, 希腊文phot/phos, 

“light” 词例: photosynthesis photocopy photocopier photographer 



234 pict, 拉丁文pingere,“to paint”

词例: pictograph pictorial picture

picturesque depict depiction



235 plac/pleas, 拉丁文placere, “to

please”

词例: placate placid complacent

pleasing complaisance displease



236 plain/plaint, 拉丁文plangere,

“to beat one’s breast”

词例:plaintiff complain complaint



237 plant,拉丁文planta, “to plant”

词例: plantation implant transplant



238 pland/plode, 拉丁文plaudere /plodere, “to strike”

词例: applaud applause plausible

explode explosive implode



239 plen/plete/ple, 拉丁文plere, 

“to fill” 词例: plenary plentitude

plenty complete complement ample deplete implement replenish

replete supplement supplementary



240 ply/pli/pie, 拉丁文plicare, 

“to fold” 词例: ply pliable pliers

apply appliance applicant imply

implicate implicit reply replica

replicate complicate complicity

complex complexion explicate

explicit exploit perplex supplicate

deploy deployment display 

employ simplify duple duplicate

diploma diplomacy triple triplicate quadruple multiple multiply



241 polis/polit, 希腊文polis, “city;

state” 词例: acropolis cosmopolitan metropolis political politics

police policy impolitic



242 pon/pos, 拉丁文ponere, “put

place” 

词例: component compound 

exponent expound opponent

postpone proponent pose position

positive postage postal posture

apposite compose composite

composition compost composure

depose deposit dispose expose

decompose disposal disposition

exposure impose imposing indispose juxtapose oppose opposite

preposition propose proposition

purpose suppose transpose pause



243 popul/publ, 拉丁文populus,

“people”

词例: popular populate populous

publicity publish republic



244 port, 拉丁文porta/portare, 

“city; carry”

词例: portal portico porch

opportunity opportune passport

transport portable porter

portfolio deport deportment 

disport export import purport

report sport sporty support



245 potent, 拉丁文potentis, 

“power” 词例: potency potential

impotent impotence omnipotent 



246 preci/prais, 拉丁文pretium, 

“price” 词例: precious appreciate 

appreciable depreciate praise 

appraise appraisal



247 press, 拉丁文pressare, “to

press” 词例: pressure compress 

depress compressor depression 

express impress impressionism 

oppress repress suppress



248 prim/prin/prem, 拉丁文primus, “first” 

词例: prime primer primitive

primogeniture primordial primacy prima donna primary primate

prince principal principle premier



249 prehend/prehens, 拉丁文

prehendere, “to seize”

词例: apprehend apprehension

apprentice comprehend reprehend



250 priv, “private; to deprive”

词例: privacy privatize privilege

privy deprived deprivation


251 proach/proxim, 拉丁文prope,

“near”   词例: approach 

approximate proximity reproach



252 prob/prov, 拉丁文probare, 

“prove or proof”

词例: probable probability probate

probationer probe probing approbate approve approval disapprove

improve reprobate reprieve



253 prop/propri, 拉丁文proprius,

“own” 词例: proper property propriety proprietary appropriate expropriate impropriety 



254 psych,神话人物Psyche, “soul” 

词例: psychiatrist psychoanalysis

psychology psychopath psychosis



255 pugn,拉丁文pugnare, “fight”

词例: pugnacious pugnacity

impugn repugnance repugnant



256 punc/pung, 拉丁文pungere

punctum,“to prick or stab; point”

词例: pungent pungency punctual

punctuate puncture acupuncture

compunction expunge pounce 

punch poignant point appoint



257 pur, 拉丁文purus, “pure”

词例: purge purgative expurgate



258 put, 拉丁文putare, “to think,

consider, or believe” 

词例: compute deputy dispute repute impute indisputable putative

reputation disreputable amputate



259 quarr/quer, 拉丁文queri, “to

complain” 词例:quarrel querulous



260 qui/quiet, 拉丁文quiet, “quiet,

rest” 词例: quiescence acquiesce



261 quest/quir/quis/quer, 拉丁文

quaerere, “to seek or obtain”

词例: query quest question

questionnaire acquire acquisitive

conquer exquisite inquire inquiry

perquisite require requisite

prerequisite request sequester



262 quit, 古法文quite, “free of, 

released” 词例: quitter acquit acquittal requite requital unrequited



263 rad/ras, 拉丁文radere, “to 

scrape”  词例: abrade abrasion

abrasive erase erasure raze razor



264 radi, 拉丁文radix, “root”

词例: radical radish radix eradicate



265 radi, 拉丁文radius, “ray”

词例: radium radius radial radiate

radiant radioactive radiotherapy



266 rap/rav, 拉丁文rapere, “to 

snatch, seize or grasp”

词例: rape rapacious rapacity

rapid rapt rapture ravage ravish



267 rat/ratio, 拉丁文ratio, “to 

reckon, reason”

词例: ratify ratio ration rational

rationale rationality irrational



268 rect, 拉丁文rectus, “straight,

right” 词例: rectum rectangle

rectify rectitude correct direct

directive directory erect escort



269 reg, 拉丁文regere, “to rule”

词例: regent regency regime

regiment region realm reign

regular regulate regulation

irregular royal royalty rigid

rigidity rigor rigorous



270 rept,拉丁文reptus, “to creep”

词例: reptile surreptitious



271 rid/ris,拉丁文ridere, “laugh”

词例: ridicule ridiculous deride



272 rod/ros,拉丁文rodere, “gnaw”

词例: rodent corrode corrosion

corrosive erode erosion



273 rog, 拉丁文rogare, “to ask”

词例: abrogate arrogance arrogant

arrogate derogate interrogate prerogative surrogate



274 rot, 拉丁文rota, “wheel”

词例: rotary rotate rotor rotund

dextrorotatory levorotatory



275 rud,拉丁文rudis, “rude, raw”

词例: rude rudiment rudimentary

erudite erudition



276 rupt,拉丁文rumpere, “break”

词例: rupture abrupt abruption

bankrupt bankruptcy corrupt 

disrupt erupt interrupt route



277 rur/rus,拉丁文rus,“open land”

词例: rural rustic rusticate 



278 sacr/sanct, 拉丁文sacer, 

“sacred” 词例: sacrifice sacrilege 

sacrament sanctify sanctimony

sanction sanctuary consecrate

desecrate execrate saint



279 sal, 拉丁文sal, “salt”

词例: salad salary saline salinity



280 sal/san, 拉丁文salus/sanus,

“health; whole”

词例: salute salutatory salubrious

salutary sane sanity insane

sanitary sanitation sanitarian



281 sangui,拉丁sanguin, “blood”

词例: sanguine consanguinity



282 sat, 拉丁文satur, “full”

词例: insatiable satisfy saturate



283 scend/scent/scal, 拉丁文

scandere, “to climb”

词例: ascend ascendancy descend

descendant condescend transcend

transcendental scale escalator



284 sci, 拉丁文scire, “to know or

understand” 

词例: conscience conscientious

conscious science subconscious

omniscient prescient



285 scribe/script, 拉丁文scribere,

“to write”

词例: scribble script scripture

ascribe circumscribe conscribe

describe inscribe inscription

manuscript postscript prescribe

prescription subscribe transcribe



286 sect, 拉丁文secare, “to cut”

词例: sect sectarian section

sectionalism bisect dissect insect

insecticide insectivore intersect

transect vivisect secant segment



287 sed/sess/sid, 拉丁文sedere,

“to sit”  词例: sedate sedative 

sediment sedulous session assess

assiduous dissidence dissident insidious obsess possess preside

president reside resident residual residue subside subsidize subsidy

subsidiary supersede siege 

besiege consult consultant exile



288 semin, 拉丁文semin, “seed”

词例: seminal seminar seminary

disseminate inseminate



289 sen, 拉丁文sen, “old”

词例: senate senator senescent

senile senility senior seniority



290 sens/sent,拉丁文sentire, “feel” 

词例: sense sensibility sensible 

sensitive sensory sensual sensational sentient sentiment sentence

assent consent consensus dissent

dissension nonsense resent scent



291 sequ/secut/su, 拉丁文sequi,

“to follow”

词例: sequel sequence sequential

consequence consequential obsequious subsequence subsequent

consecution consecutive execute

executor persecution prosecute

prosecutor sue ensue pursue

pursuit suitable suite



292 sert,拉丁文serere,“join or put”

词例: series serial serried assert

assertion concert desert deserted

dissertation exert exertion insert



293 serv, 拉丁文servire, “to 

serve or keep”

词例: servant servile servitude serf

serfdom sergeant conservative

conservatory deserve observe 

observatory preserve preservative

reserve reservoir subservient



294 sign, 拉丁文signare, “mark”

词例: signal signatory signature

signet signify significant assign

assignment consign consigner

countersign design designate

ensign insignia resign resigned



295 simil/sembl, 拉丁文similis,

“like”

词例: simile similar simultaneous

simulate assimilate dissimilate

assemble assembly dissemble

facsimile resemble resemblance



296 sinu, 拉丁文sinus, “bend”

词例: sinuous sinus insinuate



297 sist/stitut/sta/st, 拉丁文stare,

“to stand”

词例: assist consist desist exist 

existence insist persist persistent

resist subsist subsistence constitute destitute institute institution

prostitute restitute solstice substitute superstition superstitious

stable stabilize establish stage 

contrast obstacle obstinate stance

statement statesman stationary

static stationery statistics statue

stature status statute estate stead

steady steadfast circumstance

constant destine destination 

distant extant instant substance

substantial restore stall install 

installment apostasy apostate 

ecstasy ecstatic metastasis system



298 soci, 拉丁文socius,

“companion, to associate”

词例: sociable social socialism

society sociology associate



299 sol, 拉丁文solus, “alone”

词例: sole solitary solitude solo

solemn soliloquy solid solidity

solidarity consolidate console

consolation solace desolate



300 sol, 拉丁文sol, “sun” 

词例: solar solarium insolate

parasol turnsole


301 solv/solu, 拉丁文solvere, “to 

loosen, free, release”

词例: solve soluble solution

solvent absolve absolute dissolve

dissolute dissolvent insolvency

resolve resolute resolution



302 somn,拉丁文somnus, “sleep”

词例: somnambulism insomnia

somnambulist somniloquy



303 son, 拉丁文sonus, “sound”

词例: sonic sonorous consonant

dissonant resonate subsonic

supersonic ultrasonic unison



304 soph, 拉丁文sophos, “wise, 

wisdom” 

词例: sophism sophisticated philosophy sophistication sophomore



305 sort,拉丁文sort, “class, kind”

词例: assort assorted assortment

consort consortium resort 



306 spec/spic, 拉丁文specere/

spicere, “to look”

词例: spy espionage species 

specialty specialize specimen

spice specify specific spectacle

spectacular spectator spectrum

specter speculate scope auspice

conspicuous perspicuous despise

despicable despite circumspect

aspect expectant expectancy 

inspect introspect perspective

prospect prospective respectable 

respective retrospect suspicion

suspect auspicious conspicuous



307 sper, 拉丁文sperare, “hope”

词例: desperado desperate despair

prosper prosperity prosperous



308 spers, 拉丁文spargere, “to 

scatter” 

词例: asperse aspersion disperse

dispersal intersperse sparse



309 spher, 拉丁文sphaira, “ball”

词例: sphere spherical spheroid

atmosphere atmospheric

hemisphere lithosphere



310 spir,拉丁文spirare, “breathe”

词例: spirit spiritual spiracle aspire

aspirant conspire conspiracy 

expire expiration expiry inspire

perspire respire respiratory



311 spond/spons,拉丁文spondere,

“to promise”

词例: sponsor despond despondent

respond responsible correspond 

correspondence spontaneous



312 stell, 拉丁文stella, “star”

词例: stellar constellation 



313 still, 拉丁文stilla, “drop”

词例: distill distillation instill



314 stinct/sting/stimul, 拉丁文

stizein, “to prick”

词例: sting stingy distinguish

distinguished distinct distinctive

extinguish extinguisher extinct

instinct instigate stimulate

stimulant stimulus stigma



315 string/strict/strin/stress, 

拉丁文stringo/stringere, “to draw

tight, bind, or tie”

词例: string stringent straight

strain strait straiten strangle stress

stretch strict astringent constrain

constraint distress district restrain



316 stru/struct, 拉丁文struere, 

“to build”

词例: structure construct construe

destroy destruction destructive

instruct instruction instrumental

misconstrue obstruct obstruction



317 suade/suas, 拉丁文suadere,

“to advise” 词例:suasion dissuade

persuade dissuasion persuasive



318 sume/sumpt, 拉丁文sumere,

“to take”

词例: sumptuous assume assuming

assumption consume presumptuous consumerism presume resume



319 summ, 拉丁文summa, “sum”

词例: summary summarize summit

consummate



320 sur, 拉丁文securus, “sure”

词例: assure assurance assuring

ensure insure insurance insurer



321 surge/surrect, 拉丁文surgere,

“to rise” 词例: surge insurgency

insurgent resurrect resurrection



322 tail, 拉丁文talea, “to cut”

词例: tailor detail curtail entail

entailment retail retailer



323 tang/tact, 拉丁文tagere, “to

touch” 词例: tangent tangible tact

tactful tactics contact contagion

intact contagious contingency 

integer contingent intangible 

integral integrate integration 

integrity attain attainment taint



324 tain/ten/tin, 拉丁文tenere, 

“to hold, or keep”

词例: tenable tenacious tenacity

tenant tenet tenor tenure abstain

abstention abstinence contain

container containment content 

continent continual continuous

countenance detain detainee 

detention entertain impertinent 

lieutenant maintain maintenance

obtain pertain pertinent retain rein

retentive sustain sustainable 



325 techn/techno, 拉丁文techne,

“art, skill”  词例: technician 

technique technocrat technology



326 tect, 拉丁文tegere, “to cover”

词例: detect detective protect

protectionism protégé tegument



327 temper,拉丁文temperare, “to

moderate or keep within limits”

词例: temper temperament

temperate temperature tempered



328 tempor,拉丁文tempus, “time”

词例: temporal temporary tempest

contemporary extempore 



329 tempt/tent, 拉丁文temptare

tentare, “to try” 

词例: temptation attempt contempt

tentative tentacle



330 tend/tens/tent,拉丁文tendere,

“to stretch, extend, or spread”

词例: tendency tender tendon

tense tensile tension tent attend

attendance attendant attention

contend contention contentious

extend extension extent intend

intense intensity intent intention

ostensible portend pretend pretentious pretension superintend



331 tenu, 拉丁文tenuis, “thin”

词例: tenuous attenuate extenuate



332 term/termin,拉丁文terminare,

“to limit, bound, or set limits to”

词例: terminal terminate determine

terminology determinate determiner determinism exterminate



333 terr, 拉丁文terra, “earth”

词例: terrace terrain territory

extraterrestrial inter disinter

Mediterranean subterranean



334 terr,拉丁文terrere, “frighten”

词例: terrible terrify terrific

terror terrorism deter deterrent



335 test, 拉丁文testis, “witness”

词例: testament testify testimony

attest contest contestant detest

protest Protestant



336 text, 拉丁文texere, “weave”

词例: textile textual texture

context pretext subtle tissue



337 the(o), 希腊文theo, “god”

词例: theology theologian atheist

apotheosis atheism pantheon



338 thes/thet, 希腊文tithenai, “to

place, to put”

词例: thesis antithesis hypothesis

hypothetic parenthesis synthesis

synthesize synthetic



339 tim, 拉丁文timere, “to fear”

词例: timid timidity intimidate



340 ton, 希腊文tonos, “tone”

词例: tone atonal diatonic

intonation monotonous undertone



341 tort, 拉丁文torquere, “twist”

词例: torture tortuous tortoise

torment torch contort distort

distortion extort retort 



342 tour/torn, 拉丁文tornare, “to

turn”  词例: tourism tourist tournament attorney contour detour



343 tox, 希腊文toxon, “poison”

词例: toxic toxicant toxin detoxify

antitoxic intoxicate intoxicant

344 tract/treat, 拉丁文traphere,

“to draw”

词例: trace track traction tractor

trail trailer train treat treatise

treaty abstract attract contract

contractor detract distract extract

extraction intractable protract

retract subtract entreat maltreat

portray portrait retreat



345 tribut, 拉丁文tribuere, “pay”

词例: tribute attribute contribute

contributor distribute retribution



346 trud/trus, 拉丁文trudere, “to

thrust, or push”

词例: abstruse intrude intruder

intrusive obtrude protrude



347 turb, 拉丁文turbare, “stir”

词例: turbid turbulent disturb

perturb trouble troublesome



348 ultim, 拉丁文ultimus, “last”

词例: ultimate ultimatum ultimo



349 umbr,拉丁文umbra,“shadow

词例: umbrage umbrella somber

adumbrate



350 urb, 拉丁文urbs, “city”

词例: urban urbane urbanite

urbanize exurb suburb suburban


351 us/ut, 拉丁文uti, “to use, 

make use of, employ”

词例: usage usual usurp usury

usurer utensil utilize utility 

utilitarian abuse abusive peruse



352 vac/van/void, 拉丁文cacuus,

“empty; void”

词例: vacant vacancy vacation

vacuum vacuous evacuate vain

vanity vanish evanesce void 

evanescent avoid devoid



353 vade, 拉丁文vadere, “to go”

词例: evade evasion evasive 

invade invasion pervade wade



354 vag,拉丁文vaga, “to wander”

词例: vagabond vagary vagrant

vague extravagant extravaganza



355 val/vail, 拉丁文valere, 

“strength” 词例: valence valiant

valid validate validity valor value

avail available convalesce

convalescence countervail

evaluate equivalent invalid

prevail prevalent undervalue



356 var(i), 拉丁文variare, “vary”

词例: vary variable variant varied

variegate variety prevaricate



357 velop,拉丁veloper,“wrap up”

词例: develop envelop envelope



358 ven/vent, 拉丁文venire, “to 

come”

词例: advent adventitious venture

adventure circumvent contravene

convene convention conventional

convenient event eventual prevent

eventuate invention inventory 

intervene intervention supervene

avenue revenue souvenir



359 venge, 拉丁文vindicare, “to 

avenge” 词例: vengeance vengeful avenge avenger revenge



360 vent, 拉丁文ventus, “wind”

词例: vent ventilate ventilation



361 ver, 拉丁文verus, “true”

词例: very verify verifiable 

veracious veracity verdict aver



362 verb, 拉丁文verbum, “word”

词例: verbal verbatim verbose

verbosity adverb proverb



363 vers/vert, 拉丁文vertere, “to

turn” 词例: verse version versatile

vertex vertical vertigo vortex

adverse adversary advertise

anniversary avert averse aversion

controversy converse convert

conversion diverse diversity 

divert diversion divorce extrovert

inadvertent introvert invert 

inversion obvert obverse pervert

perverse revert reverse reversal

subvert transverse traverse

universe universal university



364 vest, 拉丁文vestis, “to clothe;

garment”

词例: vestment divest invest



365 vi/via/voy, 拉丁文via, “way”

词例: via viable viaduct voyage

convey convoy deviate devious

envoy invoice obviate obvious

pervious previous trivia trivial



366 vict/vinc, 拉丁文vincere, “to

conquer” 词例: victorious victory

vanquish invincible convince 

conviction convict evict evince



367 vid/vis, 拉丁文videre, “see”

词例: visa visible vision visionary

visit visor vista visual visualize

advise advisory devise device

envisage envision envy envious

evident improvise invisible

provide provident providence

provision provisory revise

revision supervise supervisor

surveillance survey surveyor

interview purview review



368 vig/veg,拉丁文vigil, “lively”

词例: vigil vigilance vigilant 

vigor vigorous invigorate

vegetate vegetation vegetable



369 viv, 拉丁文vivere, “to live or

be alive”

词例: viand vital vitality vitamin

vivacious vivid vivisection

revitalize revive survive survival



370 voc/voke, 拉丁文vocare, “to

call” 词例: vocal vocalist vouch

vocabulary vocation advocate

avow avocation equivocal

equivocate evoke invoke provoke

provocation revoke irrevocable



371 vol, 拉丁文voluntas, “free 

will” 词例: voluntary volunteer

benevolence malevolence



372 volve/volut, 拉丁文volvere, 

“to roll” 词例: volume volute

voluminous convoluted evolve

evolution involve involvement

revolve revolver revolution revolt



373 vor, 拉丁文vorare, “to eat”

词例: voracious voracity 

carnivore devour herbivore

omnivore omnivorous

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