Root word
 Which means flesh
 Carnivore

 Reincarnation
 Carnage
 Incarnation
 Carnival
 Carnallite
 Carnassials
 Carnelian
Carnivores
Meaning of carnivore is ‘meat eater’
Is an organism that derives its energy
and nutrient requirements from a di...
Usage:

The herbivores are
often eaten by
carnivores ( meat-
eaters ) after which
some carnivores
are eaten by other
carni...
Reincarnation
Reincarnation is believed to occur
when the soul or spirit, after the death
of the body, comes back to Earth...
Usage:
This most
wondrous of
mornings promises
a rebirth, the
reincarnation of a
soul whose life will
end his waiting.
Carnage
  The savage and excessive killing of
 people


Usage:
The First World War is remembered as a
time of bloody carna...
Carnassials
Carnassials are large teeth found in
many carnivorous mammals, used for
shearing flesh and bone in a scissor o...
Usage:
    The bone crushing
premolars are relatively
large and the
carnassial teeth are
used solely for slicing
or sheari...
Incarnation
Incarnation which literally means
embodied in flesh or taking on flesh, refers
to the conception and birth of ...
Usage:
Top God: Krishna,
the eighth
incarnation of
Vishnu
By
U.JYOTHI
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Root Word --> CARN

  1. 1. Root word Which means flesh
  2. 2.  Carnivore  Reincarnation  Carnage  Incarnation  Carnival  Carnallite  Carnassials  Carnelian
  3. 3. Carnivores Meaning of carnivore is ‘meat eater’ Is an organism that derives its energy and nutrient requirements from a diet consisting mainly or exclusively of animal tissue, whether through predation or scavenging.
  4. 4. Usage: The herbivores are often eaten by carnivores ( meat- eaters ) after which some carnivores are eaten by other carnivores.
  5. 5. Reincarnation Reincarnation is believed to occur when the soul or spirit, after the death of the body, comes back to Earth in a newborn body. This phenomenon is also known as transmigration of the soul.
  6. 6. Usage: This most wondrous of mornings promises a rebirth, the reincarnation of a soul whose life will end his waiting.
  7. 7. Carnage The savage and excessive killing of people Usage: The First World War is remembered as a time of bloody carnage
  8. 8. Carnassials Carnassials are large teeth found in many carnivorous mammals, used for shearing flesh and bone in a scissor or shear-like way.
  9. 9. Usage: The bone crushing premolars are relatively large and the carnassial teeth are used solely for slicing or shearing.
  10. 10. Incarnation Incarnation which literally means embodied in flesh or taking on flesh, refers to the conception and birth of a sentient creature (generally a human) who is the material manifestation of an entity, god or force whose original nature is immaterial.
  11. 11. Usage: Top God: Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Vishnu
  12. 12. By U.JYOTHI

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