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Ch. 48 + Ch. 47 Nouns (22 word) By: Andrew Kim. carcer, carceris M= prison Noun [cancel, carcer, carceral, carceral state, disincarcerate, impact incarceration;

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1 Ch Ch. 47 Nouns (22 word) By: Andrew Kim

2 carcer, carceris M= prison Noun [cancel, carcer, carceral, carceral state, disincarcerate, impact incarceration; high-impact incarceration, incarcerate, incarcerated, incarcerated hernia, incarcerated placenta,, etained placenta, incarcerating, incarceration, incarcerator, wrongful incarceration]

3 Verb īrāscor, īrāscī, īrātus sum = to become angry (at) (+ DATIVE) [irascibility, irascible, irascibility, irascibleness, irascibly, irate, ire, ireful]

4 triumphus, triumphī M= triumph Noun

5 Verb lateō, latēre, latuī, = to lie hidden, lurk [latency, latent, latent hostility, latently, latescence, latescent]

6 ations.jpg/300px-Fleet_5_nations.jpg Noun classis, classis F. = fleet (gen. pl. = classium)

7 Adjective captīvus, captīva, captīvum = captive [accept, acceptable, acceptance, accipe hoc, accipiter, anticipant, anticipate, anticipation, anticipatory, apperceive, apperception, apperceptive, cable, caitiff, capability, capable, capacious, capacitor, capacity, capstan, capsule, caption, captious, captivate, captivation, captive, captivity, captor, capture, case, casement, cash, cashier, catch, cater, caterer, chase, conceit, conceited, conceivable, conceivably, conceive, concept, conception, conceptive, deceit, deceitful, deceivable, deceive, deception, deceptive, emancipate, encapsulate, except, exception, exceptionable, exceptional, forceps, imperceptible, imperception, imperceptive, incapable, incapacitate, incapacitation, incapacity, inception, inceptive, incipiency, incipient, inconceivable, intercept, interception, interceptor, misconception, municipal, municipality, occupancy, occupant, occupation, occupy, participant, participation, participle, perceivable, perceive, percept, perceptible, perception, perceptive, photoperception, piscicapturist, preceptress, preconceive, preconception, preoccupation, preoccupied, prince, principle, purchasable, purchase, receipt, receivable, receive, receptacle, reception, receptionist, receptive, receptor, recipe, Rx, recipient, recover, recoverable, recovery, recuperate, recuperation, recuperative, susceptibility, susceptible, unacceptable, unexceptionable, unprincipled, viviperception]

8 Noun dēdecus, dēdecoris N. = disgrace [decent, decor, décor, decorate, decoration, decorative, decorator, decoration., decoratory, decorous, decorum, dedecorate, indecorous, redecorate]

9 Noun scelus, sceleris N. = crime

10 adulēscēns, adulēscentis M = young man [adolescence, adolescence, adolescents, adolescent, adolescents, adult, adulthood, adulticide, adultlike, adultness, aliment, alimentary, alimentation, alimentology, alimentotherapy, alimony, alimony, alma mater, hyperalimentation, hypoalimentation, superalimentation, tachchyalimentation] Noun

11 Verb suspicor, suspicārī, suspicātus sum = to suspect [aspect, audiospectogram, auspices, auspicious, cacospectamania, chronospecies, circumspect, conspicuous, despicable, despise, despite, ecospecies, especial, espionage, expect, expectancy, extrospection, haruspex, haruspicate, inauspicious, inspect, inspection, introspect, introspective, perspective, perspicacious, perspicacity, perspicuous, prospect, prospective, prospectus, respect, respective, respite, retrospect, special, species, specification, specify, specimen, specious, spectacle, spectacles, spectacular, spectator, specter, spectral, spectroheliograph, spectrology, spectrometer, spectrophobia, spectrum, speculate, speculation, speculative, speculator, spy, suspect, suspicion, suspicious]

12 Noun turris, turris M. = tower (archaic acc: turrim, gen pl. turrium) [turret, tower, towering, tower house, turreted]

13 / cartoon-man-begging-for-mercy-isolated-on-white.jpg Noun clēmentia, clēmentiae F. = mercy, clemency [clemency, clement, clemently, inclemency, inclement, inclemently]

14 Noun fluctus, fluctūs M. = wave

15 odium, odiī N. = hatred [annoy, annoyance, annoyer, annoyingly, noisome, noisomely, noisomeness, odious, odiously, odiousness, odium, odium aestheticum, odium medicum, odium musicum, odium scholasticum, odium theologicum] Noun

16 Verb comprehendō, comprehendere, comprehendī, comprehensus/a/um = to seize, arrest [apprehend, apprehending, apprehender, apprehending, apprehensible, apprehension, apprehensive, apprehensively, apprehensiveness, comprehend, omprehending, comprehended, comprehensible, comprehension, comprehensive, incomprehensibility, incomprehensible, prehensible, prehensile, prehensioin, prehension, reprehend, reprehensible, reprehensibleness, reprehension, reprehensive]

17 Verb dēmittō, dēmittere, dēmīsī, dēmissus/a/um = to send down, let down [admission, admittance, commissar, commissary, commission, commit, committee, compromise, demise, demit, dismiss, dismissal, emissary, emission, emit, immit, intermission, intermittent, intromission, manumission, manumit, Mass, message, missal, missile, mission, missionary, missive, noncommittal, omission, omit, permission, permit, premise, pretermission, promise, promissory, remiss, remission, remittance, submission, submissive, submit, surmise, transmission, transmit]

18 Noun morbus, morbī M. = disease

19 Noun serpēns, serpentis M. = serpent [serpent, serpentine, serpiginous]

20 [muliebral, muliebria, muliebrile, muliebrious, muliebrous, muliebrity, mulier, mulierly, mulierose, mulierosity, mulier puisine, mulierty] Noun mulier, mulieris F. = woman

21 Noun venēnum, venēnī N. = poison [antivenin, venom., antivenom, antivenomous, anvenom, avenom, countervenom, disenvenom, envenom, envenomed, envenomation, envenomize, envenomous, evenomate, transvenom, venenation, veneniferous, venenific, venenosa, venenous, venenum, veneosity, venom, venomization, venomosalivary, venomosity, venomous, venomously, venomousness]

22 [Famine, Famished, Famish] Noun famēs, famis F. = hunger (gen. pl. = famium)

23 dolus, dolī M. = trick; ploy Noun


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