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Latin root means "strong"
Greek root means "earth"
to make strong or secure
a permanent stronghold for defense
strength to bear misfortune
a conscious putting forth of energy
the description of the earth and its surface
the study of the earth through rocks
the branch of mathematics involving the measuring of shapes
bi- bin- bis-
Latin prefixes means "two, twice, having two parts"
Latin/Greek prefix means "three"
to divide into two equal parts
a vehicle with two wheels (one behind another)
field glasses (used by both eyes)
occuring every two years or lasting for two years (as plants)
a three-sided figure
a large muscle at the back of the upper arm
having or expressed in three languages
a three-legged stand; easel
being three in one
Suffix means "state, act of, process"
something that bothers
a union or agreement
the act of receiving; approval
the act of directing
help or support
the act of opposing
something that gets in the way
sorrow for having done wrong and a desire to correct it
much more than enough
the giving of a play, concert, circus, or other show
the act of being present
the act of coming into sight
money given for a certain purpose
the power to keep on without giving up
a machine or electrical device
a system of protection from loss