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The Origin of Anthropologie
Anthropologie derives from the Neo-Latin word anthropologia (‘the study of mankind’) and shares its final root in Greek, anthrōpos (‘man’) , with a bunch of other English words like anthropomorphize, philanthropy and misanthrope.
Brief summary. The Greek word anthrop means “man“. This Greek root is the origin of a number of English words, including anthropology and anthropomorphic.
-anthro-, root. -anthro- comes from the Greek, where it means “human, human”. This meaning is found in such words as: anthropocentric, anthropoid, anthropology, anthropomorphism, misanthrope. See -andro-.
-spec-, root. -spec- comes from Latin and has the meaning “to consider; investigate.
Anthropological example sentence. It seems that anthropology has reached the limits of its discoveries in this direction. In 1907 he was elected professor of social anthropology at Liverpool. One of them, the letter to a professor of anthropology, was translated without.
Meaning of ethnographer in English
a person who studies and describes the culture of a particular society or group: She became an accomplished linguist and ethnographer. Folklorists and ethnographers grapple with the question of how to preserve ephemeral, centuries-old audio collections. See. Ethnography.
Definition & Meaning: root word anti
So we can easily remember that the root word ‘anti’ means to oppose/act against something/against someone or something in order to prevent something.
Anthro can refer to: Anthropo-, a prefix meaning human, humanoid, anthropoid.
The second best word with auto is autopen, which is worth 9 points. Other high score words with auto include autonym (12), automat (9), tautogs (8), automan (9), automen (9), autoing (8), autobus (9), and autopsy (12).