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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; high-impact incarceration, incarcerate, incarcerated, incarcerated hernia, incarcerated placenta,, etained placenta, incarcerating, incarceration, incarcerator, wrongful incarceration] http://appalshop.org/h2h/film/images/UTR%20prison%20poster%20image.jpg
Verb īrāscor, īrāscī, īrātus sum = to become angry (at) (+ DATIVE) [irascibility, irascible, irascibility, irascibleness, irascibly, irate, ire, ireful] http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_RtANIscnKK4/TIdYivmk2dI/AAAAAAAAFm4/E4TlXP5PPwk/s1600/angry.jpg
triumphus, triumphī M= triumph Noun http://www.christendom.edu/chronicleronline/latest/files/gladiator.jpg
Verb lateō, latēre, latuī, ------------ = to lie hidden, lurk [latency, latent, latent hostility, latently, latescence, latescent] http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-3vPC5ocAGHc/Tj4ZajJ-pQI/AAAAAAAAAIs/8FkV6R9mQ1M/s1600/hiding.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c6/Fleet_5_n ations.jpg/300px-Fleet_5_nations.jpg Noun classis, classis F. = fleet (gen. pl. = classium)
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] http://www.maricopacountyjail.net/images/maricopa-county-jail-inmate.jpg
Noun dēdecus, dēdecoris N. = disgrace [decent, decor, décor, decorate, decoration, decorative, decorator, decoration., decoratory, decorous, decorum, dedecorate, indecorous, redecorate] http://pumabydesign001.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/obama-liar-poster.jpg
http://images.quickblogcast.com/80618-70584/346px_Crime_svg.png Noun scelus, sceleris N. = crime
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 http://chestofbooks.com/animals/dogs/Edward-Axtell/The-Boston-Terrier-and-All-About-It/images/Portrait-of-a-young-man.png
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] http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/shl080725l.jpg
Noun turris, turris M. = tower (archaic acc: turrim, gen pl. turrium) [turret, tower, towering, tower house, turreted] http://www.freefoto.com/images/14/19/14_19_53---The-Leaning-Tower-of-Pisa--Tuscany--Italy_web.jpg
http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/antonbrand/antonbrand1105/antonbrand110500082 /9630661-cartoon-man-begging-for-mercy-isolated-on-white.jpg Noun clēmentia, clēmentiae F. = mercy, clemency [clemency, clement, clemently, inclemency, inclement, inclemently]
http://oceanworld.tamu.edu/students/waves/images/hokusai_wave_1.jpg Noun fluctus, fluctūs M. = wave
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] http://rlburns.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/angry20face-1.gif Noun
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] http://failedmessiah.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83451b71f69e2014e60855459970c-800wi
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] http://s1.hubimg.com/u/1691908_f520.jpg
http://www.bam.gov/sub_diseases/images/ip_microbes.jpg Noun morbus, morbī M. = disease
Noun serpēns, serpentis M. = serpent [serpent, serpentine, serpiginous] http://lostprovince.net/illustrations/images/Serpent.jpg
[muliebral, muliebria, muliebrile, muliebrious, muliebrous, muliebrity, mulier, mulierly, mulierose, mulierosity, mulier puisine, mulierty] http://www.luminarium.org/medlit/wife.gif Noun mulier, mulieris F. = woman
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] http://www.tampagov.net/dept_fire_rescue_public_education/information_resources/adults/poison.asp
http://www.medimanage.com/Images/types%20of%20hunger.jpg [Famine, Famished, Famish] Noun famēs, famis F. = hunger (gen. pl. = famium)
dolus, dolī M. = trick; ploy Noun http://www.weirdoptics.com/entries/penrose_staircase.jpg
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