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1 Chapter 53 (pg. 117) 14 Words

2 Interrogative quis? = who?, quid? = (1) what? (2) why?

3 Adjective both ambō, ambae, ambō =
[ambiance, ambiciliate, ambicolorate, ambidexter, ambidexterity, ambidextrous, ambidextrously, ambidextrousness, ambience, ambiguity, ambiguous, ambiguousness, ambilateral, ambilevosity, ambilevous, ambilingualism, ambiloquent, ambiopia, ambiparous, ambisexual, ambisexuality, ambisinister, ambisinistrous, ambisinistrodextrous, ambisonics, ambisonic, ambitendency, ambition, ambitious, ambivalence, ambivalency, ambivalent, ambiversion, ambivert, ambivorous, ambivore, ambivory, amboceptor, amboceptorgen, ambo dexter, ambomalleal, incudomalleal, ambosexual, ambosexous, amputate, amputation, amputator, amputee, amputees, circumambience, circumambiency, circumambient, circumambiently, reamputation, unambiguity, unambiguous, unambigously, unambitious, unambitiously] ambō, ambae, ambō = both (dative/abl. plural = ambōbus)

4 Adjective nocturnus/a/um = happening at night
[equinoctial, equinoctium, equinox, noctalbuminuria, noctambulate, noctambulating, noctambulation, noctambulant, noctambulic, noctambulism, noctambulator, noctambulist, noctambulous, noctambulatory, noctidial, noctifer, noctiferous, noctiluca, noctilucence, noctilucent, noctilucine, noctilucous, noctimania, noctomania, noctiphobia, noctophobia, noctiphobic, noctophobic, nocturia, (also nycturia), nocturnae, nocturnal, nocturne, Nox, noxial, pernoctation, seminocturnal, trinoctial]

5 Verb polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum = to promise
[No obvious derivatives, but probably related to the Latin word for thumb – pollex, pollicis M = thumb] Verb

6 Verb pōtō, pōtāre, pōtāvī, pōtātus/a/um = to drink
[aqua potabile, Hydropotes = The Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis), impotable, narcotic poisoning, poison, poisonous, poisonously, poisonousness, potability, potable, potation (s), potations (pl), potatory, potion, potomania, potomaniac, potometer, potometry, potophobia, Potus = (The goddess of drinking.), ptomaine poisoning, thermopoto-]

7 Noun salūs, salūtis F. = safety; greetings; health
[salubrious, salubriously, salubriousness, salubrity, salus mundi = “The welfare of the world.”, salutarily, salutary, salutatorian; salutator, salutatory, salute, Morituri te salutamus. = “We who are about to die salute you.”]

8 Verb act, action, activate, activation, activity, actor
peragō, peragere, perēgī, peractus/a/um = to finish, accomplish

9 Verb prōpōnō, prōpōnere, prōposuī, prōpositus/a/um = to put forward, propose, explain interpose, interposition, juxtapose, juxtaposed, juxtaposit, juxtaposition, opponent, oppose, opposite

10 tueor, tuērī, tuitus sum = to protect
Verb tueor, tuērī, tuitus sum = to protect [intuit, intuition, intuition, intuitionalism, intuitionalist, intuitive, intuitively, intuitiveness, tuition, tuitional, tutelage, tutelary, tutorage, tutor, tutorial, tutorially, tutorship]

11 Noun hospes, hospitis, M./F. = guest, host, friend
[hospice, hospitable, hospitableness, hospitably, hospital, hospitaler, hospitality, hospiticide, host, hostel, hostelry, hostler, hotel, inhospitable, inhospitableness, inhospitably]

12 Adjective modicus, modica, modicum = moderate, small
[accommodate, accommodation, Amplitude Modulation, commode, commodious, commodity, countermeasure, discommode, immoderate, immoderately, immoderation, immodest, incommode, measure, modal, modalism, modality, mode, model, moderate, moderation, modern, modernism, modernist, modernity, modernization, modernize, modest, modesty, modification, modifier, modify, modulate, modulation, module, modus operandi; M.O., modus vivendi, mold, molding, mood, mould, ultramodern]

13 Noun sors, sortis F = lot, fate, destiny
[assort, assortment, assortion, consort, consortable, consorter, consortion, ensorcell, ensorcel, resort, sorcerer, sorceress, sorcerize, sorcerous, sorcery (s), sorceries (pl), sort, sorter, sortable, sortably]

14 Noun ūsus, ūsūs M. = use; benefit
[abuse, abusive, reuse, use, useful, user-friendly, usual, usufruct, usufructuary, userer, usorious, usurp, usurpation, usury, utensil, utile, utilitarian, utility, utilize, utilization]

15 Noun sors, sortis F LOT, FATE, DESTINY Derivatives:
Derivatives: assort, assortment, assortion, consort, consortable, consorter, consortion, ensorcell, ensorcel, resort, sorcerer, sorceress, sorcerize, sorcerous, sorcery (s), sorceries (pl), sort, sorter, sortable, sortably

16 modicus, modica, modicum
Adjective modicus, modica, modicum MODERATE, SMALL Derivatives: accommodate, accommodation, Amplitude Modulation, commode, commodious, commodity, countermeasure, discommode, immoderate, immoderately, immoderation, immodest, incommode, measure, modal, modalism, modality, mode, model, moderate, moderation, modern, modernism, modernist, modernity, modernization, modernize, modest, modesty, modification, modifier, modify, modulate, modulation, module, modus operandi; M.O., modus vivendi, mold, molding, mood, mould, ultramodern

17 pōtō, pōtāre, pōtāvī, pōtātus/a/um
Verb pōtō, pōtāre, pōtāvī, pōtātus/a/um TO DRINK Derivatives: aqua potabile, Hydropotes = The Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis), impotable, narcotic poisoning, poison, poisonous, poisonously, poisonousness, potability, potable, potation (s), potations (pl), potatory, potion, potomania, potomaniac, potometer, potometry, potophobia, Potus = (The goddess of drinking.), ptomaine poisoning, thermopoto-

18 SAFETY; GREETINGS; HEALTH
Noun salūs, salūtis F. SAFETY; GREETINGS; HEALTH Derivatives: Morituri te salutamus. = “We who are about to die salute you.”, salubrious, salubriously, salubriousness, salubrity, salus mundi = “The welfare of the world.”, salutarily, salutary, salutatorian; salutator, salutatory, salute

19 (dative/abl. plural = ambōbus)
Adjective ambō, ambae, ambō BOTH (dative/abl. plural = ambōbus) Derivatives: ambiance, ambiciliate, ambicolorate, ambidexter, ambidexterity, ambidextrous, ambidextrously, ambidextrousness, ambience, ambiguity, ambiguous, ambiguousness, ambilateral, ambilevosity, ambilevous, ambilingualism, ambiloquent, ambiopia, ambiparous, ambisexual, ambisexuality, ambisinister, ambisinistrous, ambisinistrodextrous, ambisonics, ambisonic, ambitendency, ambition, ambitious, ambivalence, ambivalency, ambivalent, ambiversion, ambivert, ambivorous, ambivore, ambivory, amboceptor, amboceptorgen, ambo dexter, ambomalleal, incudomalleal, ambosexual, ambosexous, amputate, amputation, amputator, amputee, amputees, circumambience, circumambiency, circumambient, circumambiently, reamputation, unambiguity, unambiguous, unambigously, unambitious, unambitiously

20 peragō, peragere, perēgī, peractus/a/um
Verb peragō, peragere, perēgī, peractus/a/um TO FINISH, ACCOMPLISH Derivatives: ab agendo, act, action, activate, activation, activity, actor, actress, actual, actuate, agency, agenda, agent, agile, Agilisaurus, agility, agitant, agitate, agitatrix, agitographia, agitolalia,ambiguous, circumagitation, coagulate, cogent, cogitate, corrigible, counteract, cutireaction, deactivate, ecoactivist, enact, exact, exagitate, exigency, exiguous, fumigate, hyperactive, inaction, inactive, incorrigible, interaction, intransigence, intransigent, litigation, litigious, mitigate, objurgate, paragitate, photoactive, proactive, prodigal, prodigious, psychoactive, radioactive, ramifactive, react, retroactive, squatter, subagitation, transaction, variegated

21 Noun cor, cordis N. HEART Derivatives:
accord, accordance, accordant, accordantly, according, accordingly, concord, concordance, concordant, concordantly, condordant, cordatem, cordial, cordiality, cordially, cordialness, cordiform, cordopexy, core, courage, courageous, courageously, courageousness, discord, discordance, discordant, discordantly, discordantness, discourage, discouragement, discouraging, discouragingly, encourage, encouragement, encouragingly, morbus cordis, obcordate, record, recordable, recorder, recording

22 polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum
Verb polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum TO PROMISE Derivatives: No obvious derivatives, but probably related to the Latin word for thumb – pollex, pollicis M = thumb

23 Verb TO PROTECT tueor, tuērī, tuitus sum Derivatives:
intuit, intuition, intuition, intuitionalism, intuitionalist, intuitive, intuitively, intuitiveness, tuition, tuitional, tutelage, tutelary, tutorage, tutor, tutorial, tutorially, tutorship

24 Interrogatives quid? quis? WHO? (1) WHAT? (2) WHY?
quis? WHO? quid? (1) WHAT? (2) WHY?

25 Noun hospes, hospitis, M./F. Derivatives:
GUEST, HOST (FRIEND) Derivatives: hospice, hospitable, hospitableness, hospitably, hospital, hospitaler, hospitality, hospiticide, host, hostel, hostelry, hostler, hotel, inhospitable, inhospitableness, inhospitably

26 Noun ūsus, ūsūs M. USE, BENEFIT Derivatives:
abuse, abusive, reuse, use, useful, user-friendly, usual, usufruct, usufructuary, userer, usorious, usurp, usurpation, usury, utensil, utile, utilitarian, utility, utilize, utilization

27 Adjective nocturnus/a/um HAPPENING AT NIGHT illā nocte = that night
(abl. of time when) Derivatives: equinoctial, equinoctium, equinox, noctalbuminuria, noctambulate, noctambulating, noctambulation, noctambulant, noctambulic, noctambulism, noctambulator, noctambulist, noctambulous, noctambulatory, noctidial, noctifer, noctiferous, noctiluca, noctilucence, noctilucent, noctilucine, noctilucous, noctimania, noctomania, noctiphobia, noctophobia, noctiphobic, noctophobic, nocturia, (also nycturia), nocturnae, nocturnal, nocturne, Nox, noxial, pernoctation, seminocturnal, trinoctial

28 prōpōnō, prōpōnere, prōposuī, prōpositus/a/um
Verb prōpōnō, prōpōnere, prōposuī, prōpositus/a/um TO PUT FORWARD, PROPOSE, EXPLAIN Derivatives: appose, apposite, appositely, appositeness, apposition, appositive, apropos, compone, component, compose, composite, composition, compost, composure, compound, compounder, contraposition, counterpose, decompose, decomposite, decomposition, decompound, decompress, depone, deponent, depose, deposit, deposition, depository, depositary, depot, dextroposition, dispose, disposition, electrodeposit, exponent, exponential, exponentially, expose, exposition, expository, expound, expounder, impose, imposition, impost, impostor, imposter, imposture, impound, impounder, indispose, indisposition, interpose, interposition, juxtapose, juxtaposed, juxtaposit, juxtaposition, opponent, oppose, opposite, opposition, pose, posit, position, positive, positively, positiveness, positivism, positivist, post, postage, postal, poster, postilion, postmaster, postoffice, postpone, postponement, postponer, postposition, postpositive, posture, posturer, predispose, predisposition, prepose, preposition, prepositional, prepositionally, propone, proponent, proposal, propose, proposition, propound, propounder, provost, purpose, purposely, repose, reposition, repository, superimpose, superpose, superposition, suppose, supposition, suppositional, supposititious, suppository, transpose, transposition, transpositive


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