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1 Chapters 50 and 49 (page 94: Louis Esser) Pg. 99: Katie Doherty + Drew Calamaro words

2 Verb c ō nfirm ō, c ō nfirm ā re, c ō nfirm ā v ī, c ō nfirm ā tus/a/um = to strengthen, encourage [affirm, affirmable, affirmation, affirmative, affirmatively, confirm]

3 Verb adici ō, adicere, adi ē c ī, adiectus/a/um = to add to [abject, abjectness, adjective, conjectural, conjecture, deject]

4 Verb c ē d ō, c ē dere, cess ī, cesssus/a/um = to yield, give way to (+ dative) [succeed, proceed, procedure, exceed, accede, antecedent]

5 Deponent Verb minor, min ā r ī, min ā tus sum = to threaten (+ dative) [menace, minacious, minaciousness, minacity, minatory, mminent,

6 Verb restitu ō, restituere, restitu ī, restit ū tus/a/um = to restore [hemostat, homeostasis, homoiostasis, humidistat, hydrostat]

7 Deponent Verb assequor, assequ ī, assec ū tus sum = to pursue, catch up, attain persecute, persecution, prequel, prosecute, prosecution, prosecutor

8 Verb d ē le ō, d ē l ē re, d ē l ē v ī, d ē l ē tus/a/um = to destroy [deleble, delete, deleted, deleterious, deleting, deletion]

9 jpg causa, causae (f) = cause, reason; court case accusable, accusably, accusation, accusative, accusatively, accusatory WE WANT THINGS! noun

10 ews/taunton%20troops%20leave%205.jpg dēsīderō, dēsīderāre, dēsīderāvī, dēsīderātus/a/um = to miss, long for desirable, desire, desirous, sideral, siderated, consider verb

11 content/uploads/2011/04/The-Time-Is-Now.png praesēns, praesēntis = present presence, present, presentation, presentative, presentable, presentee noun

12 maestus, maesta, maestum = sad adjective

13 festival/muslim-woman.jpg modestus, modesta, modestum = moderate, modest accommodate, accommodation, Amplitude Modulation, commode, commodious, commodity adjective

14 5B0E-AB41-23B8-2B1E53E C5_1.jpg similis, similis, simile (+ DATIVE) = similar (to), like assembly, assimilate, dissimilate, ensemble, facsimile, resemblance adjective

15 mūtō, mūtāre, mūtāvī, mūtātus/a/um = to change Commute, immutable, molt, mutable, mutate, mutant verb

16 ey%20princess/loaloauk/Universal%2520Singapore/Di sney%2520and%2520more/Cendrillon jpg mīror, mīrārī, mīrātus sum = to wonder at, admire admirable, admirably, admiration, admirative, admire, admired verb

17 =en&safe=active&gbv=2&biw=1280&bih=918&tbm=isch&tbnid=R1TKtN- 9ogjxVM:&imgrefurl=http://www.flickr.com/photos/redboypodcast/ /&docid=9kjdd4xCe5nd5M&imgurl=http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7022/ _2112d3a5db_z.jpg&w=640&h=427&ei=d_3xTpW8IeTo0QHU9 d28Ag&zoom=1 dēsīderium, dēsīderiī (n)= longing consider, considerable, consideration, considered, considering, desiderata (plural), noun

18 biw=1280&bih=918&tbm=isch&tbnid=yxEIfxUJqRF- dM:&imgrefurl=http://www.qacps.k12.md.us/mms/george/georgehomework. htm&docid=NmFtcuolnqgunM&imgurl=http://www.qacps.k12.md.us/mms/g eorge/scribe.gif&w=648&h=638&ei=pfPxTqymG6jm0QGG7OCJAg&zoom= 1&iact=rc&dur=305&sig= &page=5&tbnh=162&tb nw=169&start=102&ndsp=20&ved=1t:429,r:19,s:102&tx=80&ty=76 scrība, scrībae (m) - scribe ascribe, manuscript, description, conscription, proscribe, scribbling noun

19 Adjective maestus, maesta, maestum = sad https://encrypted-tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQt0L_p0j4l6OKlT3WQnxaPr- a7zLYSmNsokJnU5X-Jy_tRZB-Lww

20 Adjective praes ē ns, praes ē ntis = present [presence, present, presentation, presentative, presentable, presentee, presentor, presentment, essence, essential, future, absence, absence] https://encrypted-tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSpoOxGn2FQbvG9uUxrawLkuqBvTW0kg8g- 7O4_-RKiT4fJbbL2YA

21 Adjective similis, similis, simile (+ DATIVE) = similar (to), like [assembly, assimilate, dissimilate, ensemble, facsimile, resemblance, resemble, semblance, similar, similarity, simile, similitude, simple, simplicity, simplify, simulacrum, simulate, simulation, simultaneity, simultaneous, verisimilar, verisimilitude] https://encrypted-tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQJbSvaA8gvVo3fNn- 6V8VQ100LGFShRXmmu0tEkTpY0wKh5_h41g

22 Noun scr ī ba, scr ī bae M = scribe [adscript, ascribe, ascription, bescribble, circumscribe, circumscription, conscribe, conscript, conscripted, conscription, describe, describing, description, descriptive, indescribable, inscribe, inscription, interscribe, manuscribe, manuscript, nondescript, nondescription, omniscribent, omniscriptive, overprescribe, overprescribing, overprescription, postcript (post scriptum); P.S., prescribe, prescribed, prescript, prescription, prescriptive, proscribe, proscription, rescribing, rescript, rescriptive, scribal, scribble, scribbling, scribbleomania, scribbler, scribe, scribomania, scribophobia, scrip, scripophile, scripophily, script, scriptorium (s), scriptoria (pl), scriptory, scriptural, scripture, scripturient, scrivener, subscribe, subscriber, subscript, subscription, superscribe, superscribed, subscribe, superscript, superscription, transcribe, transcribing, transcript, transcription, transcriptional, typescript] https://encrypted- tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSahEvwZALpS0K9q7ykJaQJTgKtMRZM_Raq25Ts7NDwmBUlD5L s7w

23 Noun d ē s ī derium, d ē s ī deri ī N = longing [consider, considerable, consideration, considered, considering, desiderata (plural), desideratum, desideratum, singular), desirability, desirable, desire, desirous, sideral, siderated, sideration, sidereal, sidereal period, sidereal time, sideromancer, sideromancy, sideromancy, sideromantic, sideromania, siderophobia] https://encrypted-tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQP- ppXlOGaKwoZGbuV6gDfajkZjFbCRoxZDnxS5SEPYNd2cOT_

24 Adjective modestus, modesta, modestum = moderate, modest [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] https://encrypted- tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSut_rgyTBHUEUZt1GtA38ixKPK0dz9trzRvWFbRdegBcZ4vdbI

25 Verb m ī ror, m ī r ā r ī, m ī r ā tus sum = to wonder at admire [admirable, admirably, admiration, admirative, admire, admired, admirer, admires, admiring, admiringly, marvel, marvelous, marvelously, marvelousness, miracle, miraculous, miraculousness, miraculously, mirador, mirage, Miranda, mirific, mirifical, mirror, mirrors, mirrored, mirroring, mirror like, mirror-like, mirrorlike] https://encrypted- tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRvRmqlXZ5Qdz0ws6BNsCer0Hj2JDqgcUpv0hV09HpJ-hLgLbFT

26 Noun causa, causae F = cause, reason; court case [ accusable, accusably, accusation, accusative, accusatively, accusatory, accuse, accuser, because, causal, causality, causation, causative, causatively, causativeness, cause, causeless, causelessly, causelessness, excusable, excusableness, excusably, excuse, inexcusable, inexcusableness, inexcusably, recusal, recusancy, recusation, recusatio testis = Refusal of testimony, recuse, ruse] https://encrypted-tbn3.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSa8bOK7mdeGBT0pzwTeovixh6VvCAN8J-- jzfbztADklsv696Z-A

27 Verb d ē s ī der ō, d ē s ī der ā re, d ē s ī der ā v ī, d ē s ī der ā tus/a/um = to miss, long for [consider, considerable, consideration, considered, considering, desiderata (plural), desideratum, desideratum, singular), desirability, desirable, desire, desirous, sideral, siderated, sideration, sidereal, sidereal period, sidereal time, sideromancer, sideromancy, sideromancy, sideromantic, sideromania, siderophobia] https://encrypted-tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTqAIE1V6QpSmyIe7UyCferygoraJ- To7RDD_J2Obs-vbXRsA9Zfg

28 Verb m ū t ō, m ū t ā re, m ū t ā v ī, m ū t ā tus/a/um = to change [commute, immutable, molt, mutable, mutant, mutate, mutation, mutual, permutation, permute, remuda, transmutation, transmute] ch&tbnid=RvjJyJwqqgG4GM:&imgrefurl=http://www.newenglandpost.com/2011/09/28/coins-cash- stimulate-economy/&docid=5K5xSdlSkOLdVM&imgurl=http://www.newenglandpost.com/wp- content/uploads/2011/09/coins-2.jpg&w=800&h=552&ei=VxMFT63lLYTV0QHa29DIAg&zoom=1


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