Practice Quiz on Vocabulary with Greek and Latin Roots

Greek and Latin form the basis of many English words. If you know a few common Greek and Latin roots, then it should be easier to pronounce and to guess the meanings of many difficult terms. You may wish to review and print the Roots Dictionary before you start.

You may wish to print these words. Here is the word list:
agnostic
amateur
ambidextrous
anthropomorphism
aqueduct
autotoxin
benediction
biblical
chronic
circumvent
constellation
corpse
encryption
cyberspace
decapitate
dentures
dictator
dipody
Doylephobia
dyne
endogamy
epidermis
epitaph
euphemism
euthanasia
exoskeleton
expectorate
Genesis
genocide
glossolalia
glottal stop
hemiplegia
herbicide
heterogeneous
hexachord
hydrocephalia
hydrophyte
hyperglycemia
interurban
linguistics
Logo
loquacious
malicious
misogyny
monopoly
morgue
mortician
omniscient
pachyderm
panacea
pentameter
philogyny
philanthropy
posterior
pyre
revitalize
rupture
sinestrad
translate
xenophobia