it's an archive of what that site tells: https://quizlet.com/142953399/root-words-start-with-a-flash-cards/

a-, ac-, ad-, af-, ag-, ago-, al-, an-, ap-, as- , at-
(to, toward, near, in addition to, by)
Example: aside, accompany, adjust, aggression, agent, afenda, agility, agog, allocate, annihilate, affix, associate, attend, adverb

ab-, abs-, a-,au-
(off, away from, apart)
Example: abrupt, absent, abrupt

abil
(aptitude, handy)
Example: capability, ability, incapability

acerb, acr
(bitter, sharp)
Example: acerbic, acerbity, exacerbate, acrid, acrimonious

acet, acid
(sour)
Example: acid, acidity, acidic, acetate, acetic, acetone, acetum

acou
(hearing)
Example: acoustic

acro
(pointed, upper, top, first)
Example: acrophobia, acronym, acrobat, acropolis

act, ag
(move, go, do, drive, urge, act)
Example: action, activist, counteract, exact, reactionary, retroactive, transact, transaction, agent, cogent

acu
(sharp)
Example: acute, acumen, acupuncture

ad-, al-
(to, towards, near)
adequate, ad here, adjourned, admission, admonish, adventurous, adversity, adovate, alloy

ade
(act, product, drink)
blockade, lemonade,

aedi
(house, temple)
edifice, edify

aer
(air)
aerodynamic, aerial, aeronautic, aeronomy

agon
(contest, struggle)
Example: agony, protagonist, antagonist

agog
(leading, bringing)
Example: demagogue, pedagogue, pedagogy, synagogue

agr
(field, land, country)
Example: agrarian, agriculture, peregrinate

ala
(wing)
Example: aileron, aisle, aliform, alar

alacr
(swiftly, lively)
Example: alacrity, alacritous

ali,all, alter,altr,allel
(other, another)
Example: alias, alibi, alien, alienate, inalienable, allomorph, parallel, allegory, allergy, allopathy , alternate,altercation, unaltered, alternative, alter ego

alt
(high)
Example: altitude, altimeter, altar, exalt, contralte

am, ami, amic, amor
(love, friend)
Example: amateur, amatory, amiable, amity, amicability, amicable, amorous, enamor, paramour

amb,ambi
(around, about, both)
Example: ambition, ambient, ambivalence, ambiance, ambiguous, ambiguity, ambidextrous

ambl ,ambul
(walk,go)
Example: preamble, amble, somnambulist, ambulatory, perambulate, funambulist, ambulance

amen
(pleasant)
Example: amen, amenity

ambi, amphi
(on both sides, around)
Example: amphibian, amphitheater

ampl
(spacious, large)
Example: amplitude, amplify, amplification

an,a,am,ar
(not, without, lacking)
Example: anarchy, anecdote, anesthesia

andr, anthrop
(man)
Example: androgynous, android,philanthropy, lycanthrope, misanthrope, anthropoid, anthropology

ang
(a corner, angle)
Example: angle, triangle

anim
(mind, soul, spirit)
Example:unanimous, equanimity, animosity, pusillanimous

anima
(life, breath)
Example:inanimate, animal, animate

ann
(year)
Example:anniversary, annuity, annual, per annum

ante
(before)
Example:antecedent, anterior, anteroom, antebellum, antediluvial

anth
(flower)
Example:anthology, perianth

anti-
(against)
Example: antidote, antipathy, antisocial, anticlimax

antiqu,archaeo
(ancient.old)
Example: antique, antiquity. archaeologist, archaic

anx
(worried, distressed)
Example: anxiety, anxious, anxiousness, analytic

apert
(open)
Example:apparatus, aperture, April, aperient

apo-
(away)
Example: apocalypse, apogee, apology, apologize, apocryphal

apt
(fit, join)
Example: aptitude, adapt, inept, adaptation, adept

aqu
(water)
Example: aquatic, aqueous, aquarium,aqueduct

arbitr
(witness,judge, umpire)
Example: arbitration, arbitrate, arbiter, arbitrary

arc
(bow)
Example:archery, archer, arch, arcade

arch
(rule, govern)
Example: anarchy, hierarchy, monarch, patriarch, monarchy, oligarchy, heptarchy

arche-, archi-
(chief, original, first, principal)
Example: archetype, architect, archenemy, archipelago, archbishop

ard
(burn,glow)
Example:ardent, ardor, arson

argu
(prove, assert, accuse)
Example: argument, argue. arguer, overargue

-arium
(a place for)
Example: aquarium

arma
(weapon, implements, arms, tools)
Example: armament, armada, armadillo, armory, armistice, disarm, unarmed

art
(skill, craft)
Example: artifice, artifact, artist, artisan, artificial

artill
(equip)
Example: artillary

aster, astr
(star)
asterisk, asteroid, aster, disaster, astrology, astronomy, astronaut, astronomer

athl
(contest)
Example: pentathlon, decathlon, athlete

atroc
(cruel)
Example: atrocity, atrocious

au. av
(bird)
Example: auspices, inauspicious, aviation, aviary, avian, avionics, auspice

auct, aug
(increase)
auction, auctioneer, augment, august, augury, agur

aud
(hear, listen)
Example: audit, audition, audible, audience, obedient

audac
(bold,dare)
Example: audacious

austr
(south, the south wind)
Example: austral, australia
I was sceptical, because I know Austria as Österreich (eastern kingdom) and yet: The name Australia (pronounced /əˈstreɪliə/ in Australian English) is derived from the Latin Terra Australis ("southern land"), a name used for a hypothetical continent in the Southern Hemisphere since ancient times. but now I think what if Austria is also Southern? Because the word is german and austria is to south from germany. Could they consider south and east the same direction?

auto
(self)
Example: autonomy, automotive, automatic, autocrat, autograph

auxil
(help, increase)
Example: auxiliary

aval (обвал)
(descend rapidly)
Example: avalanche

adip
(fat,oil)
Example: adipocyte

-ate, -ation
(condition of being)
Example: creation, anticipation

amyl
(unmilled grain)
Example: amyl

-ase
(enzymes)
Example: amylase, diastase

ana,am,an
(up,back,again, upward, backward, against, through, again)
Example:analysis

arbor
(trees)
Example: arborist

arthr
(joint)
Example: arthroscope

algi
(pain)
Example: neuralgia

ambly
(dull)
Example: amblyphobia

abac-
(slab)
Example: abacus

ac,acm,acr
(point( as in sharp))
Example: acme

acanth
(thorn)
Example: acanthus

ac
(cure)
Example: autacoid, panacea

actin
(beam ray, twilight, night)
Example: actinic

aortē
(lift, raise)
Example: aorta

aden
(gland)
Example: adenoid

acar
(mite)
Example: acarus, acariasis

academ
(akademos (gymnasium or attic mythological hero))
Example: academy

aesth
(sense of perception)
Example: aesthetic

agap
(love)
Example: agape

ailu
(cat)
Example: ailurophile, ailuromacy

aether
(blaze, ignite)
Example: ether, ethereal

aev,ev
(age, lifetime)
Example: age, coeval

alac
(eager, cheerful)
Example: alacrity, allegeo

alb
(whiteness)
Example: albedo, albino, albumen

alcyon
(kingfisher)
Example: halycon

amn
Example: amnion, amnioscope, amniocentesis
lamb

amygdal
Example: amygdala
almond

anem
Example: anemograph, anemometer
wind

anthr
Example: anthracite, anthracnose
coal

aphro
Example: aphrodite, aphrodisiac
sexual, gem

ara
Example: arability,
plow, till

arachn
Example: arachnid
spider

arcan
Example: arcanum, arcane
chest, box

arct
Example: Antartica
artic

ard
Example: arduous
steep, difficult

argent
Example argent, Argentina
white silver

arithm
Example: arithmetic, number
to count

arti
Example: artiodactyl
fitting, even-numbered

aul
Example hydraulic
tube flute

auri, aus
Example:auricle,
ear

asc
Example: ascus
bladder,windeskin

asin
Example: asinine
ass

asper
Example: exasperate
rough

asthen
Example: asthenopshere
weak

athl
Example: athlete
prize

ather
Example: atheroma
gruel

aur
Example: aureate
decorate with gold

av
Example: avid
to desire

axi
Example: axiom
1.worthy to lead or drive, or weigh

axi, axon
Example: axis, axonometric
axis , axle




bast
Example: bastion, bastile
build

bat
Example: rebate, debate, battle, battalion, abate, combat, batter, battery, embattle
beat

be
(prefix)
Example: bedraggle, behavior, belittle, beloved, beseech, bestow, betray, bewildering
on all sides; overly; with a quality

bel
Example: embellish, belle, belvedere, bemont
beautiful

bell
Example:bellicose, belligerent, antebellum, rebellion, rebel
war

bene, bon, boun
Example:benefactor, benefit, benevolent, benefice, benediction, benign, bonny, bonus, bonanza, bountiful, bounty
well, good

bi,bio
Example: biography, biology, amphibious, biopsy, biology, antibiotic, bio metrics, amphibious, autobiography, biogenic, biodegradable, symbiosis
life

bi
Example:bipartisan, bipolar, binary,
two, twice

bibl
Example:bibliography, biblical, bibliophile
library

blust
Example: bluster, blusterous, blustery
blow violently

bole
Example:metabolism, hyperbole, symbol, enblem, parable,
throw, put

botan
Example: botanical, botany
herb

brac
Example: bracelet, embrace
the two arms

brev, bri
Example: brief, brevity, abbreviate, breviary, abridge
brief, short

bull
Example: bullet, bullion, bulletin, ebullient
bubble, boil

burs
Example:bursar, disburse, reinburse
money,purse

by
(prefix)
Example: bypass, bystander
side

bar
Example: baryon, bariatic
pressure( especially with weight

blast
Example: blastula
bud, sprout, cell

ba
Example: acrobat, diabase
to go

bac
Example: bacteria, bacilus
rod-shape, staff

bal ( two definition)
Example: ball
English version: to blow
French: ballere: to dance

bapt
Example: baptize
to dip

bar
Example: barometer
weight , pressure

bath
Example: bathymetry, batholith
depth

be, beat
Example: beatification
bless

bib
Example: beverage, imbibe
drink

blenn
Example: blenny
sea fish

bol
Example: bolus
lump, clod

bomb
Example: bomb, bound
boom ( the deep hollow sound)

bore
Example boreal
north wind




cad,cas,cid
Example: cadence, decadence, caduceus, cascade, casualty, occasional, accident, incidence, recidivism, deciduous, occidental, councidence
fall, sink

cada,
Example: cadaver, cadaverous
corpse

cal
Example: calisthenics, calligraphy, calomel, kaleidoscope
beautiful,beauty

calc
Example: inculcate, caulk, cockatrice,recalcitrant
tread, press

calcu
Example: calculable, calculus, calculator
pebble

cald
Example: scald, caldron
hot (even though it reminds "cold" probably the same trick сладкий did when came from солодкий)

calor
Example: calorie, claoric
heat

camp, champ
Example: encampment, scamp, campaign, campus, championship
field

can, cyn
Example: canine, kennel, cynicism, cynic, cynosure
dog

cand, chand
Example: incandescent, candle, incendiary, chandelier
burn, glow, white (similar to candid)

candid
Example: candor, candid, candidate ( greek used to wear white)
white, sincere,clear

cant, chant
Example: recant, incantation, cantata, accentuate, accent, incentive, enchanting, chantcleer
sing

cap, ceipt, ceit, ceiv, cept,cip
Example: capable, capacious, captor, captive, captious, capture, capacity, captivate, receipt, conceit, deceive, conceive, concept, exception, acceptable, intercept,deception, susceptible, reception, incipient, recipe, anticipate, discipline, emancipate, recipient
take, seize, hold

capit, capitul, capt, chef
Example: decapitate, capital, captain, capitalism, capitulate, capitation, precipitous, precipitate, capitulate, recapitulate, capitilar, cape, achieve, chiefly
head, chapter( as in head of the section), end ( as in the end of success or career)

cardi, cord, cour
Example cardiac, cardiology, pericardium, cordiality, accord, cordate, discord, concordance, recorder, encouragement, courage
heart( parts of the body or thoughts) not shape

caric, char
Example: caricature, career, carriage, chariot, disharcge
load, wagon

carmen
Example: charm, charming
song, magical, formula

carn
Example: carnelian, reincarnate, carnage, canal, carnation, carrion, carnival, carnivours
flesh

cart
Example: cartoon, cartel, cartridge, carte-blanche, cartouche, cartography
paper

cast, chast
Example: castigate, caste, chastise,
pure, chaste

cata
(prefix)
Example: catapult, cataclysm, catalyst, catacomb,cataract, catastrophe
down

cauld, chal
Example: cauldron, nonchalant, chalant
warm, heat

caus
Example: cause, causal, because, cauality
reason sake, motive, case

caust
Example: caustic, cauterize, holcaust
burn, heat

caut,cave
Example: precaution, cautious, caution, caveat emptor, caveat
guard, against, beware

cav
Example: cavity, excavate, cavernous, concave, cave
hollow

ceas,ced,cess
Example: deceased,antecedent, accede, concede, intercede, precede, recede, secede, cede, predcedent, ancestry, procedure, succession, proceed, exceed, succeed, concession, incessant
go, yield

cel
Example: celestial, ceiling, celestiality
heaven

celebr
Example: celebrate, celebrity, celebration
crowd, honor, solemnize

celer
Example: celerity, accerlerate
speed, swift

cent
Example: century, centigrade, centipede, centurion, centurion, centennial
hundred

centra
Example: eccentric, epicenter, central, concentric, centrifugal, egocentric
central

cerebr
Example: cerebral
brain

cern
Example: unconcern, discern, discreet. secret
separate, observe,decide, judge

cer
Example: concert, ascertain, certify, certificate, ascertain, certain
sure settled

che
Example: chemistry, chemist, alchemy, alchemist
pour out, mix

chor
Example: choreography, chorus, choir, chorea
dance, chorus

chrom
Example: chromosome, chromatic
color, pigment

chron
Example: chronicle, chronic, chronology, synchronize, arachronism
time

cide,cise
Example scissor, suicide, genocide, homicide, regicide, fratricide, insecticide, decide, concise, precise, incision, incisive, exorcise, concise, chisel, decisive
cut, kill slay

cil
Example council, reconcile, conciliate, conciliatory
unite, bring, together

cili
Example: supercilious, cilia, ciliary
eyelid

cinct
Example: succinct, precinct, cincture
bind

cine
Example: cinematic, cinema, cinematorgraphy
motion, move

cipit
Example: precipitous, precipitate
Head( head first or head start)

circ
Example: circle, circus, circuitous, circular, circulate, circuit
ring, circle

circum
(prefix)
Example: circumspect, circumference, circumlocution, circumnavigation
on all sides, around ( it has the word "circ" which means ring or circle)

cit
Example: excite, incite, recitation, solicitous, illicit, reuscitate
arouse, summon, set in motion

civ
Example: civic, uncivilized, civil, civvies, civilzation
citizen

claim
Example: proclaim, acclaim, exclaim, claim, reclaim, claimant, exclamation, proclamation
all out, declare

clar,cleer
Example: clarity, clarion, declare, clarinet, chanticleer
clear

claus, clois, clos,clud,clus
Example: clause, claustrophobia, disclose, enclose, conclude, preclude, include, exclude, occlude, seclude, seclusion, recluse, occlusion
close, shut

clin,cliv
Example: decline, recline, incline, climax, proclivity, acclivity, declevity
bend,slant, lean, slope

coagu
Example: coagulate
curdle

coct
Example: concoct, precocious, biscuit, decoction
cook, boil

cogit
Example : cogitation
think, ponder

cognit, congniz, conn
Example: incognito cognition, recognition, cognoscenti, cognizance, cognizant, recognize, recognizance, reconnaissance
know ( see that that it has the letter end compare to cogit which means to think.) Think of it has the letter "N" in kNow.

com
(prefix)
Example: coherence, committee, communication, compassion, compensation, compulsion, complication
with, together

commun
Example: coomune, community, communicate, commitee
common

compar
Example: compare, comparative, comparability
alike, matching

comptemn
Example: contempt, contemptuous, comtemptible
despise, scorn

con
Example: conifer, conical, cone
cone

consul
Example: consult, consultation
deliberate, take, counsel, consult

contra, counter
Example: contradict, contrast, contrary, contrarian, controversy, countermand, counteract, counterfeit
opposite, agaisnt

copi
Example: copy, cornucopia, copious, copyright
plenty, abbundance

corn
Example: Capricorn, cornucopia, cornea, cornet, unicorn, corner
horn

coron
Example: corona, coronation, coronet, coroner, cornice, corolla, crollary
crown

corp
Example: corpulent, corporation, corpse, incorporate, corporal, corset
body

cort
Example: cortedge
court

cosm
Esample: microcosm, cosmopolitan, cosmonaut, cosmetic, cosmic
world, universe, order, ornament

cour, cours,cur, curr,curs
Example: courier, course, coarse, recourse,discourse, concourse, concur, currnet, incur, occure,recur, incursion, precursor, recurrent, currency, cursory, excursion,precursor
run

court
Example: courtly, courteous, courtesy
garden, enclosure, farmyard

crac, crat,
Example: aristocracy, thorcracy, democracy, autocracy, plutocracy, autocrat, aristocrat, democrat, technocrat
govern

creas, creet, cresc, cret,
Example: increase, decrease, discreet, secrete, accretion, concrete, crescendo, crescent,accretion, concrete, crescent, secrete
grow, rise

creat
Example: creative, creature, recreation, procreate, uncreative
make, create

cred
Example: credence, credentials, creditor, credibility, credo, incredible, incredulous, credence, creed, credentials,
believe, make, trust

crimin
Example: discriminate, recriminate, criminal
crime, distinguish

crit
Example: critical, critic, critique, criterion, hypocrite
choose, separate, judge

cruc, crus
Example: crucial, excruciate, crucify, crusade, cruise
cross

crypt
Example: cryptic, apocryphal, cryptography
hidden, vault

cub, cumb
Example: cubicle, incubate, incubus, recumbent, incumbent, succumb, encumber
lie down, sit

culp
Example: culpable, culprit, inculpate, exculpate, mia culpa
blame,fault, offense

cult
Example: horticulture, agriculture, cultural, cultivate
till

cura
Example: accurate, curious, curate, curative, curator, procure, secure, sinecure, cure, minacure, pedicure
care, attention

cus
Example: inexcusable, recuse, accusation, excusable, excuse
reason, sake, case

cycl
Example: cyclical, cyclone, unicycle, cyclops, encyclopedia, bicycle, tricycle, cyle
circle wheel

Chrys/p
Example: chrysanthemum, helichrysum
Yellow, gold.

Chloro
Example: chloroplast, chlorophyll
Green



dact
Example: didactic
teacher

dain, dign
Example: dainty, disdain,dignitary, indignant, indignant, dignitary, dignity, dignify,
worthy

dat
Example: date, mandate, edition, perdition, tradition, redition
give

de
(prefix)
Example: dedication, deficiency, dedication, delegation, deliberate, delusion, desolate, destination, destructive
away, off, reversal, undoing, downward, completely

deb, debt
Example: debenture, indebtedness
owe

deca
Example: decathlon, decade
ten

decor
Example: decoration, decorum, decorous, decorate
beauty, elegance, splendor

dei
Example: deify, deity
God

del
Example: indelible, deleterious, delete, deletion
destroy, erase

dem
Example: democracy, demagogue, epidemic
people, common people

demi
(prefix)
Example: demitasse, demigod, demijohn
half

demon
Example: pandemonium
demon

dendr
Example: dendrite, philodendron, rhododendron, dendrology
tree

dens
Example: dense, density, condense, condensation
thick, close

dent
Example: dentist, dental, denticle, dentifrice, trident, indentation
tooth

derm
Example: epidermis, dermatology, pachyderm, taxidermy, hypodermic
skin

dexter, dextr
Example: dexterous, dexterity, ambidextrous, dextrose
right-hand, skillful

di
Example: sundial, diurnal, meridian, diary, quotidian, dietitian
day

dia
(prefix)
Example: dialog, dialect, diameter, diagnosis, diabetes
through, between, apart

dicat,dict
Example:abdicate, predicate, dedicate, indicate,indictment, dedication, dictatorial,edict, addicted, dictate, contradict, dictionary, interdict, predict, verdict, benediction, malediction, valedictorian
declare, speak, say

dilig
Example: diligence, diligent
choose, select, like

and on this point their zeal have dwindled
with one tiny splash:


Zoo/zoa/zo
Example: zoology, zodiac, zoography
Animal life/ animal

Zyg/o
Example: zygote
Pair


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