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Spect

From Boercade

Etymology of spect.png

Derived from Latin "specere", meaning "derived from Latin "specere", meaning "look"".

Related vocabulary

Vocabulary Word-Formation
aspect ad(to, towards, at) + spect
aspectual ad(to, towards, at) + spect + ual([something] of doing something)
aspection ad(to, towards, at) + spect + ion(the state of doing something)
aspectant ad(to, towards, at) + spect + ant(of doing something)
respect re(again) + spect
respecter re(again) + spect + er(the person of doing something)
respectful re(again) + spect + ful(full of something)
respectable re(again) + spect + able(able to do something)
respective re(again) + spect + ive([something]of doing something)
prospect pro(forward) + spect
prospector pro(forward) + spect + or(the person of doing something)
prospection pro(forward) + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
prospective pro(forward) + spect + ive([something]of doing something)
prospectus pro(forward) + spect + us(used to form taxonomic names)
perspect per(through) + spect
perspective per(through) + spect + ive([something]of doing something)
suspect sub(from below) + spect
expect ex(out) + spect
expection ex(out) + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
expectable ex(out) + spect + able(able to do something)
expectation ex(out) + spect + ation(the action of doing something)
expectative ex(out) + spect + ative(of doing something)
expectant ex(out) + spect + ant(of doing something)
expectance ex(out) + spect + ance(something of doing something)
expectancy ex(out) + spect + ancy(something of doing something)
inspect in(in, into) + spect
inspector in(in, into) + spect + or(the person of doing something)
inspection in(in, into) + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
specter spect + er(the person of doing something)
spectre spect + re(equal to "-er", meaning "the person of doing something")
spectrum spect + re(verb ending) + um(used to form nouns)
spectra spect + re(verb ending) + a(plural of -um and -on, forming the end of science nouns)
spectral spectre + al(of doing something) or spectra + al(of doing something)
spectrometer spectra + o(a linking vowel inserted interconsonantally between two morphemes) + meter(the instrument of measuring something)
spectroscope spectra + o(a linking vowel inserted interconsonantally between two morphemes) + scope(an instrument for observing, viewing, or detecting)
spectroscopy spectra + o(a linking vowel inserted interconsonantally between two morphemes) + scopy(observation, viewing)
spectate spect + ate([something] [of] make/making something/somebody do)
spectator spect + ate([something] [of] make/making something/somebody do) + or(the person/thing of doing something)
retrospect retro(back, backwards) + spect
retrospection retro(back, backwards) + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
retrospective retro(back, backwards) + spect + ive([something]of doing something)
introspect intro(inwards) + spect
introspection intro(inwards) + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
introspective intro(inwards) + spect + ive(of doing something)
circumspect circum(means "circle", always interpret to "around") + spect
circumspection circum(means "circle", always interpret to "around") + spect + ion(the action of doing something)
circumspective circum(means "circle", always interpret to "around") + spect + ive(of doing something)
conspectus con(together, with) + spect + us(used to form taxonomic names)
irrespective ir(not) + re(again) + spect + ive(of doing something)
spectacle
spectacular
spectacularity