Learn words with root word: En or Em

Encamp  Encourage Endanger Enroll Enslave  Entrap Envenom  Environ  Environment  Embark Embrace  Embitter  Employ  Embody Employee  Employer Embroider  Embellish  


En or Em is a prefix. En or Em means into or in. En becomes Em when a word comes with the head of alphabets b, m and p.


Learn English vocabularies with Root word: En or Em
Learning vocabularies with the help of prefix is one of the fast ways of memorizing english words. It atleast gives the idea about the meaning of a word. Let's see more about the root word en or em with more words.

Encamp (V)
  • live in a tent
  • to set up or occupy a camp
Word Root
The word encamp comes from en means "in or within" + camp that means tent.
  1. The hike will take several days, and we plan to encamp along the trail.


Encourage (v)
  • to give somebody support, courage or hope
Word Root
The word encourage comes from en means "in or within" + courage. To boost courage in or inside somebody.
  1. Parents should encourage their children.


Endanger (V)
  • to put somebody or something in a situation in which they could be harmed or damaged
Word Root
The word endanger comes from en means "in or within" + danger. Put something in or within a dangerous situation.
  1. He denied  possessing a rifle with intent to endanger life.


Enroll/Enrol (V)
  • to arrange for yourself or for somebody else to officially join a course, school, etc
Word Root
The word enroll comes from en means "in or within" + roll. Roll means something running; in brief, to put oneself in something that is running like course, school, college, etc.
  1. The centre will soon be ready to enroll candidates for the new programme.


Enslave (v)
  • to make somebody slave
Word Root
The word encourage comes from en means "in or within" + slave. Bring into slave.
  1. Our civilization remains enslaved to materialism.


Entrap (V)
  • to put or catch somebody or something in a place or situation from which they cannot escape
Word Root
The word entrap comes from en means "in or within" + trap. Put in trap.
  1. He felt entrapped by her family's expectations.


Envenom (v)
  • add poison to
Word Root
The word envenom comes from en means "in or within" + venom means poison. Inject poison inside a body.
  1. His wife envenomed his drink to kill him.


Environ (v)
  • extend on all sides, encircle
Word Root
The word environ comes from en means "in or within" + viron means around.
  1. The forest environs my property.


Environment (N)
  • the natural world in which people, animals and plants live
Word Root
The word environment comes from en means "in or within" + vironment.

Embark (v)
  • to put something onto a ship
Word Root
The word embark comes from em means "in or within" + bark. Inside the bark, bark means a safe place to stay or to stand something.
  1. They embarked the troops by night.

Embrace (v)
  • to put your arms around so as a sign of love or friendship
Word Root
The word embrace comes from em means "in or within" + brace means to hold.
  1. He embraced his wife.

Embitter (v)
  • to make somebody feel angry or disappointed
Word Root
The word embitter comes from em means "in or within" + bitter means disappointed.
Employ (v)
  • to give somebody a job to do for payment
Word Root
The word employ comes from em means "in or within" + ploy.

Embody(v)
  • to include or contain something or to express or represent an idea or a quality
Word Root
The word embody comes from em means "in or within" + body.
  1. This model embodies many new features.

Employee (N)
  • a worker who is hired to perform a job
Word Root
The word employee comes from em means "in or within" + ployee.

Employer (N)
  • a person or company that pays people to work for them
Word Root
The word employer comes from em means "in or within" + ployer.

Embroider (v)
  • to decorate cloth with a pattern of stitches usually using coloured thread
Word Root
The word embroider comes from em means "in or within" + broider means to decorate.
  1. She embroidered flowers on the cushion covers.


Embellish (v)
  • to make something more beautiful by adding decorations to it
Word Root
The word embellish comes from em means "in or within" + bellish.
  1. The carved door was embellished with brass door knockers.

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