Word Root Exercise: Nom, Nomin, Nomen, Onomas and Onomat

Here is a worksheet on the Latin roots nom, nomin, nomen, onomas, and onomat. These are very productive roots in English; they mean name and noun. They turn up in words like anonymous, synonymous, and nominate.

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