grav root word

grav root word, Language Skills Abroad
The Latin word gravis means “heavy”, and aggravare means “to make heavy”. From the past participle aggravatus , the English language borrowed aggravate , “to make heavy, weighty, serious, grievous”.
Then the sense was transferred from the thing which is made grievous to the person who is annoyed by it, and aggravate acquired the sense of “to provoke, to annoy”, sometimes thoughtlessly used in a flippant sense; such as, an ” aggravating shoestring”.

13. Gravitation : GRAVITA tion (grav i tay’ shun) n.
Relating to measurements by weight

Usage : His success could only aggravate her feelings.

‘-er’ : a suffix used in forming nouns designating persons from the object of their occupation or labor

grav root word, Language Skills Abroad
You should now be able to see the .htaccess file in the root directory of the unzipped Grav folder. You can return your settings to their original hidden state by repeating the process and entering NO at the end of step 2 instead of YES .

  1. Open Terminal.
  2. Enter defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES into the Terminal and hit return.
  3. Enter killall Finder into the Terminal and hit return.

grav root word, Language Skills Abroad
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Week 5 Greek and Latin Roots

Resources:

http://www.english-for-students.com/Grav.html
http://gradeup.co/cat-vocabulary-list-i-2f6000ff-8544-11e6-a2c4-fd89f7cce685
http://learn.getgrav.org/16/troubleshooting/htaccess
http://www.coursehero.com/file/22294584/Week-of-April-24-28-hyrdo-grav-therm-phobos/
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/words-containing-dom