Actions

Move/mote

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Etymology of move & mote.png

Derived from Latin "movere", meaning "move".

Related vocabulary

Vocabulary Word-Formation Meaning
movie move + ie(something that can do) Something that can move.
motor mote + or(someone that can do something.) Thing that can move something/somebody.
motion mote + ion(the action of doing something) The action of moving.
motive mote + ive([something]of doing something) Something of moving someone (ahead).
motivate mote + ive([something]of doing something) + ate(make something/somebody do) Make someone have something of moving itself (ahead).
motivation mote + ive([something]of doing something) + ate(make something/somebody do) + ion(the action or condition of doing something) The action or condition to make someone have something of moving itself (ahead).
remove re(away) + move Move something away (from a bigger thing).
remote re(away) + mote Of moving away from us.
promote pro(forward, upward) + mote Move something forward/upward.
promotion pro(forward, upward) + mote + ion(the action of doing something) The action of moving something forward/upward.
emote ex(out) + mote Move out (of our face or body).
emotion ex(out) + mote + ion(the result of doing something) The result of moving out (of our face or body).
demote de(down) + mote Move (something/somebody) down.
mobile mote + ile(capable of) Capable of moving.
motile mote + ile(capable of) Capable of moving.
motel motor(car, vehicle) + hotel Car hotel.
motif a variant of motive Theme of a music, book, film, or work of art, etc.
leitmotif leit(leading, main) + motif(theme) Main theme (of a music, book, film, or work of art, etc).
leitmotiv = leitmotif Main theme (of a music, book, film, or work of art, etc).
commotio com(together) + mote + io(forming name of a disease) One disease that organs move together.
commove com(together) + move Make (people) move together.
commotion com(together) + mote + ion(the action of doing something) The action of moving together.
locomote loco(place) + mote Move from one place to another.
locomotor loco(place) + mote + or(the person who can do something) The thing/person that can move (something) from one place to another.
locomotion loco(place) + mote + ion(the action of doing something) The action that moves from one place to another.
locomotive loco(place) + mote + ive([something]of doing something) [Something]Of moving (railway) from one place to another.