Latin Derivatives

Words #241-300

Latin 1 Quizzes

Eugene R. Moutoux

Eastern High School, Louisville, KY 40243

 
Latin 1 Quiz 25: Derivatives 241-250

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. _______________ - able to hold much

2. _______________ - to make unfit, unable, of unwilling

3. _______________ - a rule of action or conduct

4. _______________ - to set free; to release from slavery or restraint

5. _______________ - to change the order or position of; to interchange

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

6. In the algebraic expression 2x, 2 is the _______________ of x.

7. If carbon-14 tests done on the Shroud of Turin are accurate, the cloth is of medieval origin, and its famous image must be the result of _______________.

8. Parents should strive always to _______________ their children, not to scandalize them.

9. The candidate's confidence was considered by most political analysts to be a _______________.

10. Of the magnificent _______________ that adorned ancient Greece and Rome, only a few remain.

 

emancipate artifice edify capacious precept
edifice transpose incapacitate  coefficient facade
 
Latin 1 Quiz 26: Derivatives #251-260

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. ____________ - great generosity

2. ____________ - approval; confirmation

3. ____________ - upright character or conduct; honesty

4. ____________ - having to do with the sense of small

5. ____________ - 1) on the surface; 2) not profound; shallow; 3) cursory; not thorough

6. ____________ - a set of rules or habits of diet, exercise, or lifestyle for the sake of good health

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. A mediocre student for three years, he was appointed dorm ____________ in his senior year, much to the amazement of his friends.

8. In 1542, upon the accession to the throne of the infant queen Mary, the Earl of Arran was appointed ____________.

9. The principal admonished the faculty about the divisiveness of ____________; he asked that everyone "take hold of the same rope and pull in the same direction."

10. The report of Helen's ____________ having reached far-off Troy, the Trojan prince Paris sailed to Greece and abducted her.

 

prefect pulchritude rectitude munificence regent
regimen faction superficial olfactory ratification
 
Latin 1 Quiz 27: Derivatives #261-270

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. ____________ - 1) (adj.) thoughtful; meditative; inclined to contemplation; 2) (n.) a person who leads a life of contemplation, especially a monk or a nun

2. ____________ - 1) to come (be) between; 2) to help settle a dispute

3. ____________ - 1) (n.) a detailed list of goods (merchandise) on hand; 2) (n.) the act of making such a list

4. ____________ - to take someone away unlawfully, by force or fraud; to kidnap

5. ____________ - helpful; favorable

6. ____________ - 1) reasoning from the general to the specific; 2) a conclusion based on reasoning from the general to the specific

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. Because the crucial data had not yet arrived, all he could do at that point was ____________ a guess.

8. On some evenings she would sit on the patio and ____________ the vastness of the universe and the possibility of universes beyond this one.

9. There will always be clever, selfish people who try, by hook or by crook, to ____________ the law.

10. In the twentieth century, with the ____________ of the automobile, the airplane, radio, and television, the world became a much smaller place.

 
circumvent inventory contemplative contemplate abduct
deduction conducive advent venture intervene

 

Latin 1 Quiz 28: Derivatives #271-280

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. ____________ - enough to be noticed

2. ____________ - 1) to rub out; to wipe out; erase; 2) to keep from being noticed

3. ____________ - to bring on, cause

4. ____________ - to destroy, get rid of entirely; annihilate

5. ____________ - 1) producing the desired effect; effective; 2) capable of producing the desired effect

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

6. By lowering the prime-lending rate by a quarter of a percent, the board hoped to ____________ a moderate upswing in the economy.

7. Philosophers rely heavily on deduction, scientists on ____________.

8. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must rule positively on the safety and ____________ of new drugs before they can be marketed.

9. The recent loss in value of the American dollar has ____________ American goods in the foreign market, thereby boosting our foreign sales.

10. Denny Crum, coach of the U of L Cardinals, has been ____________ into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

 

appreciable efficacy induce induction efface
effectual effect exterminate depreciate induct

 

Latin 1 Quiz 29: Derivatives #281-290

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. Fill in the blanks with the words defined.

1. ____________ - to make a god of

2. ____________ - lasting, or seeming to last, forever; without, or seeming to be without, end

3. ____________ - 1) to have room for; hold comfortably; 2) to furnish someone with something; 3) to help out

4. ____________ - to bring to an end; conclude; stop; put an end to

5. ____________ - doctrine that God created the world but takes no part in its functioning

6. ____________ - moving or tending to move away from the center

B. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words, altered if necessary to make them grammatically correct.

7. When the disease had reached its ____________ phase and death was imminent, all family members were notified.

8. Jupiter, Juno, Neptune, and Diana were important Roman ____________.

9. The right of ____________, which we today take for granted, was a new concept in 1776, when the United States declared its independence from Great Britain.

10. Sports and games derive most of their excitement from the fact that their results are not ____________.

 
deism self-determination interminable deify terminate
centrifugal accommodate terminal deity predetermine

 

Latin 1 Quiz 30: Derivatives #291-300

Choose all words from the box below. No word should be used more than once.

A. From the box at the bottom of the page, select the words that best fit the definitions.

1. ____________ a person who flees from his/her home or country because of persecution, war, famine, etc.

2. ____________ progressive recovery of health and strength after illness or injury

3. ____________ difference; disagreement

4. ____________ an action or device used to conceal one’s true objective

5. ____________ widespread, in general use or acceptance

B. From the box at the bottom of the page, select the words that best complete the sentences.

6. Cooler heads ____________, and soon everyone had forgotten about the misunderstanding.

7. She wrote a letter, she called, she even made a personal visit, all to no ____________.

8. The three ____________ who still remain at large are believed to be surrounded by some 200 policemen.

9. Do you prefer single-color flowers or the ____________ varieties?

10. In some schools the ____________ is chosen according to several criteria, scholastic strength being one of them.

 
variance avail variegated convalescence fugitive
prevail refugee prevalent valedictorian subterfuge
 
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