Root Words (12) : Dia,Dic/dict,dis,ence/ance,equa,mag

Abhishek Ranavat

Root Word dia

The root word "dia" comes from the Greek word "diá," which means "through" or "across." It is used to indicate a connection between two things or to describe something that spans across. Here are words with the root word "dia" and their definitions:

  1. Diameter: the distance across a circle

  2. Diagonal: a straight line connecting two opposite corners of a square, rectangle, or other shape

  3. Dialogue: conversation between two or more people

  4. Diagnosis: identification of a disease or medical condition

  5. Diagram: a drawing that explains something by showing how its parts are related

  6. Diaphanous: allowing light to pass through, translucent

  7. Dialect: a form of language spoken in a particular area or by a particular group of people

  8. Diatribe: a bitter verbal attack or criticism

  9. Diamond: a precious stone or gem

  10. Diagonalize: to convert a matrix into a diagonal matrix

  11. Diastole: the relaxation phase of the heart's cycle

  12. Diatomic: consisting of two atoms

  13. Dialectic: a method of reasoning used for resolving disagreements

  14. Diathermy: the use of heat to treat injuries or disease

  15. Diagonalizable: capable of being transformed into a diagonal matrix

  16. Diaphragm: a thin, muscular sheet that separates the chest and abdominal cavities

  17. Diagonalization: the process of transforming a matrix into a diagonal matrix

  18. Diachronic: studying changes over time, especially in language or culture

  19. Diagnostics: methods used to identify a disease or medical condition

  20. Dialysis: the process of separating molecules in a solution by passing it through a semipermeable membrane

  21. Dialogueless: without dialogue

  22. Diaphoresis: excessive sweating

  23. Diamondback: a type of venomous snake with a diamond-shaped pattern on its skin

  24. Diaphysis: the shaft of a long bone

  25. Diadem: a crown or headband worn as a symbol of royalty or honor

  26. Diagonalizable: capable of being transformed into a diagonal matrix

  27. Diaglyph: a sculpture or carving with sunken or raised figures

  28. Diakinesis: the final stage of meiosis, in which chromosomes condense and become visible

  29. Diapause: a state of suspended development in insects or other animals

  30. Diaphanousness: the quality of being diaphanous, allowing light to pass through

  31. Diagnosable: able to be diagnosed

  32. Dialogist: a person who writes or takes part in dialogues

  33. Diamondiferous: containing diamonds

  34. Diametric: directly opposite or in complete contrast

  35. Diarrheal: relating to diarrhea

  36. Diastrophic: causing deformity, especially of the spine

  37. Diatomite: a type of rock made of the skeletons of tiny sea creatures called diatoms

  38. Diaspora: the dispersion of a group of people from their original homeland

  39. Diathermic: able to conduct heat

  40. Diathermanous: transparent to heat radiation

Root Word dic/dict

The root word "dic/dict" comes from the Latin verb "dicere" which means "to say" or "to speak". Here are 40 words with the root word "dic/dict" along with their definitions:

  1. Dictionary - a book that lists words and their definitions

  2. Dictate - to give orders or commands

  3. Indict - to formally accuse someone of a crime

  4. Predict - to say what will happen before it occurs

  5. Verdict - a decision made by a jury in a trial

  6. Diction - the choice and use of words in speech or writing

  7. Edict - an official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority

  8. Contradict - to say the opposite of what someone else has said

  9. Jurisdiction - the official power to make legal decisions and judgments

  10. Benediction - a blessing or prayer at the end of a religious ceremony

  11. Malediction - a curse

  12. Indiction - a period of time in the Roman calendar

  13. Dictator - a ruler who has complete power over a country

  14. Dedicate - to set aside for a specific purpose or person

  15. Interdict - to prohibit or forbid something

  16. Dictum - a statement or pronouncement that expresses a general truth

  17. Predictable - able to be foretold or anticipated

  18. Valedictorian - the student with the highest academic standing in a graduating class

  19. Abjure - to renounce or reject a belief or claim

  20. Addict - a person who is addicted to a particular substance or activity

  21. Benedictional - a liturgical book containing blessings

  22. Contradiction - a combination of statements or ideas that are opposed to each other

  23. Dictionarian - a person who is skilled in the use of words and language

  24. Dictionize - to use or express in a particular manner of speech or language

  25. Edictal - relating to or contained in an edict

  26. Predictive - relating to the ability to predict future events

  27. Redictate - to dictate again or differently

  28. Dedicator - a person who dedicates something to someone or something

  29. Interdiction - the act of prohibiting or forbidding something

  30. Predicable - able to be predicted or foretold

  31. Syndic - a government official in some European countries, originally one representing a guild or corporation

  32. Valediction - a farewell or goodbye

  33. Addictive - causing or characterized by addiction

  34. Abjuration - a formal rejection or renunciation of a belief or claim

  35. Contradictious - tending to contradict or oppose each other

  36. Dictatorial - of or typical of a dictator; domineering

  37. Dictionless - lacking in diction or clear expression

  38. Edictally - by means of an edict or edicts

  39. Maledictory - expressing or relating to a curse

  40. Predicament - a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation.

Root Word "dis" 

The root word "dis" comes from Latin and means "not," "opposite of," or "away from." Here are English words that contain the root "dis" and their definitions:

  1. Disagree - to have a different opinion or view

  2. Disappear - to cease to be visible or exist

  3. Discard - to get rid of something that is no longer wanted or needed

  4. Disapprove - to have a negative opinion of something or someone

  5. Disbelief - a lack of belief or faith

  6. Discolor - to change in color, usually to a less attractive or desirable shade

  7. Discourage - to cause someone to lose confidence or enthusiasm

  8. Disenchant - to disappoint or disillusion

  9. Disengage - to detach or remove oneself from something

  10. Disfigure - to mar or alter the appearance of something or someone in an unattractive way

  11. Disgrace - to bring shame or disrepute upon oneself or someone else

  12. Dishonest - not truthful or trustworthy

  13. Disinfect - to clean or purify something by eliminating harmful bacteria or viruses

  14. Dismantle - to take apart or break down into pieces

  15. Dismay - to cause someone to feel distressed or discouraged

  16. Dismiss - to send away or reject

  17. Disorder - a state of confusion or lack of order

  18. Disown - to deny or refuse to acknowledge as one's own

  19. Disparate - fundamentally different or dissimilar

  20. Dispel - to drive away or eliminate

  21. Dispense - to distribute or provide

  22. Disperse - to scatter or spread out in different directions

  23. Displace - to move or take the place of something or someone

  24. Display - to exhibit or show for others to see

  25. Dispute - to argue or debate

  26. Disrupt - to cause disorder or interruption

  27. Dissatisfy - to fail to satisfy or fulfill expectations

  28. Dissect - to cut apart or examine closely

  29. Disseminate - to spread widely

  30. Dissent - to disagree or withhold agreement

  31. Dissolve - to become liquid or pass into a solution

  32. Dissonance - lack of harmony or agreement

  33. Distract - to divert attention away from something

  34. Distress - to cause mental or emotional pain or suffering

  35. Distribute - to divide and hand out among a group

  36. District - a defined area or region

  37. Distrust - to have doubts or suspicion about someone or something

  38. Disturb - to interrupt or upset the peace or tranquility of something or someone

  39. Disuse - lack of use or activity

  40. Disarm - to deprive of weapons or other means of attack

Root Word "ence/ance" 

The root word "ence/ance" comes from the Latin word "entia," which means "being" or "essence." It is used to form nouns that denote a state or quality of being, an action or process, or an entity or object.

Here are words with the root word "ence/ance" and their definitions:

  1. Abundance - a very large quantity of something

  2. Acceptance - the act of taking or receiving something offered

  3. Accomplishment - the act of achieving or completing something successfully

  4. Appearance - the way someone or something looks or appears

  5. Assistance - the act of helping or supporting someone or something

  6. Brilliance - the quality of being bright or intelligent

  7. Compliance - the act of following rules or requests

  8. Confidence - the feeling of being certain or assured

  9. Consequence - the effect or result of an action or decision

  10. Convenience - the quality of being easy or useful

  11. Dependence - the state of relying on someone or something

  12. Difference - the quality of being unlike or distinct

  13. Excellence - the quality of being exceptionally good or superior

  14. Existence - the state of being alive or present

  15. Experience - the act of encountering or undergoing something

  16. Importance - the quality of being significant or valuable

  17. Independence - the state of being free from outside control or influence

  18. Influence - the power or ability to affect someone or something

  19. Innocence - the state of being free from guilt or wrongdoing

  20. Maintenance - the act of preserving or keeping something in good condition

  21. Performance - the act of doing something or presenting something publicly

  22. Persistence - the quality of continuing to exist or endure

  23. Providence - the protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power

  24. Radiance - the quality of shining brightly

  25. Reference - the act of mentioning or alluding to something

  26. Relevance - the state of being closely connected or appropriate to something

  27. Resilience - the ability to recover quickly from difficulty or adversity

  28. Silence - the absence of sound or noise

  29. Substance - the material or physical matter of which something is composed

  30. Tolerance - the ability or willingness to accept something or someone

  31. Vigilance - the quality of being watchful or alert

  32. Violence - the behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something

  33. Confidence - the feeling of being certain or assured

  34. Correspondence - the exchange of letters or messages between people

  35. Deliverance - the action of being rescued or set free

  36. Elegance - the quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner

  37. Finance - the management of large amounts of money

  38. Inference - the act of deducing or concluding something from evidence or reasoning

  39. Inheritance - the property or money that is passed down to someone after a person's death

  40. Intelligence - the ability to acquire, understand, and apply knowledge and skills.

Root Word "equa" 

The root word "equa" comes from the Latin word "aequus," which means "equal." Here are words that contain the root word "equa" with their definitions:

  1. Equable: Able to be equalized or made equal; calm and steady.

  2. Equanimity: Calmness and composure, especially in difficult situations.

  3. Equate: To make two things equal or the same.

  4. Equation: A mathematical statement that two expressions are equal.

  5. Equator: An imaginary line around the Earth, equally distant from the North and South poles.

  6. Equerry: An officer in charge of the stables of a royal household.

  7. Equidistant: Equally distant from two points or places.

  8. Equilateral: Having all sides or faces equal in length or size.

  9. Equilibrium: A state of balance or equality between opposing forces.

  10. Equine: Relating to or resembling a horse.

  11. Equiponderance: Equality of weight or force.

  12. Equipotent: Having equal power or efficacy.

  13. Equitable: Fair and just, treating everyone equally.

  14. Equity: The quality of being fair and impartial.

  15. Equivalent: Equal in value, amount, or significance.

  16. Inequity: Unfairness, injustice.

  17. Adequate: Equal to or sufficient for a particular purpose or need.

  18. Adequately: In a way that is sufficient, satisfactory, or equal to the task at hand.

  19. Adequacy: The quality of being sufficient, satisfactory, or equal to the task at hand.

  20. Adequation: Equality, balance, or correspondence.

  21. Equivalence: The quality of being equivalent or interchangeable.

  22. Consequence: The result or outcome of an action or event, often with equal or proportional effects.

  23. Sequence: A particular order in which related events, movements, or things follow each other in succession.

  24. Obsequious: Obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree.

  25. Consequent: Following as a result or effect of something else.

  26. Non sequitur: A statement that does not logically follow from the previous statement or argument.

  27. Sequent: Following in a sequence or order.

  28. Subsequent: Coming after something in time; following.

  29. Equivocal: Open to multiple interpretations; ambiguous.

  30. Equivalence point: In chemistry, the point in a titration at which the amount of titrant added is equivalent to the amount of analyte present.

  31. Equivocate: To use ambiguous or evasive language to conceal the truth or avoid making a commitment.

  32. Inequitable: Unfair, unjust, or unequal.

  33. Equimolar: Containing equal numbers of moles of different substances.

  34. Equimultiple: Divisible by the same number without a remainder.

  35. Equiangular: Having equal angles.

  36. Equidimensional: Having equal dimensions.

  37. Equiangularity: The property of having equal angles.

  38. Equiphase: Having equal phases, especially in waveforms.

  39. Equivocality: The state or quality of being equivocal or ambiguous.

  40. Equivocally: In a way that is ambiguous or open to more than one interpretation.

Root Word mag

The root word "mag" is derived from the Latin word "magus," which means "great" or "powerful." In English, "mag" is often used as a root to form words related to greatness, power, or size. Here are some examples of root words with "mag" and their definitions:

  1. Magnificent: Impressively great or grand in size, quality, or appearance.

  2. Magnify: To make something appear larger or more important.

  3. Magnitude: The great size, extent, or importance of something.

  4. Magician: A person who performs magic tricks or has supernatural powers.

  5. Magistrate: A judicial officer who presides over a court of law or administers the law.

  6. Magnanimous: Showing or possessing a noble and generous spirit or demeanor.

  7. Magnification: The act of making something appear larger, usually by using a lens or optical device.

  8. Magnate: A person of great power, influence, or wealth.

  9. Magneto: A device that generates electricity by means of a rotating magnet.

  10. Magisterial: Pertaining to or characteristic of a master or authoritative figure.

  11. Magnesia: A white mineral compound consisting of magnesium oxide, often used as a laxative or antacid.

  12. Magnesium: A metallic element with symbol Mg and atomic number 12, known for its lightness and strength, used in various industrial applications.

  13. Magnification: The act or process of making something appear larger or more important.

  14. Magnanimity: The quality of being generous, noble, or forgiving in spirit.

  15. Magnifico: An Italian or Spanish term used to describe someone of great importance, often used sarcastically.

  16. Magenta: A bright purplish-red color.

  17. Maglev: Short for "magnetic levitation," a technology that uses magnetic fields to levitate and propel trains or vehicles.

  18. Maggot: The larval stage of a fly or other insect.

  19. Magnificat: A hymn or song of praise, especially one based on the biblical Song of Mary in the New Testament.

  20. Magill forceps: Medical instruments used for gripping or extracting objects from body cavities, named after their inventor, Dr. Robert Magill.

  21. Magi: The wise men or astrologers who brought gifts to the baby Jesus in Christian tradition.

  22. Magpie: A type of bird known for its black and white plumage and its habit of collecting shiny objects.

  23. Magistracy: The office or jurisdiction of a magistrate.

  24. Magnificence: The quality or state of being grand or splendid.

  25. Magistrature: The body or office of magistrates.

  26. Magnesite: A mineral composed of magnesium carbonate, often used as a source of magnesium.

  27. Magneton: A unit of magnetic moment, used in physics and chemistry.

  28. Magnox: A type of nuclear power reactor that uses magnesium as a coolant.

  29. Magnesite: A type of rock or mineral that contains magnesium.

  30. Magnificence: The quality or state of being grand or splendid.

  31. Magmatism: The process of magma formation and movement within the Earth's crust.

  32. Magazinist: A writer or editor of a magazine.

  33. Magnetical: Pertaining to or characterized by magnetism.

  34. Magazinable: Suitable for publication in a magazine.

  35. Magically: In a manner that relates to or involves magic or supernatural powers.

  36. Magistrally: In a manner characteristic of a master or an authoritative figure.

  37. Magnificently: In an impressively great or grand manner.

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