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8P Etymology Lessons 12-13: retro, pro, logos, logy


retroactivehappening or affecting the past
retrospectcontemplation of the past, surveying past events
pro bonodone freely, without charge
proceedto move forward; to carry on
proclaimto announce or declare in an official manner,
procrastinationto defer action; to put off until another day
prodigya person, usually a child, having extraordinary talent or ability
proficiencyskill, expertise
etymologythe derivation or the history of a word
trilogya series of three novels, movies, plays, etc.
analogya similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based
epiloguea concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel
logoa graphic representation or symbol of a company name, trademark, abbreviation, etc.
agereto drive, set in motion
specereto look at
cedereto go
clamereto cry out
facereto make
etymontrue sense
epiupon, in addition
anaupon, according to
gramwhat is written
logosword, speech
logystudy of

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