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1 By: Katie FitzPatrick

2 CHAPTER 43

3 VERB for, fārī, fātus/a/um sum I speak, say affability, affable, confess, confession, defamation, defame, fable, fabulous, fame, famous, fate, fateful, ill-fated, ineffable, infamous, infamy, infancy, infant, infantile, infantilism, infantry, preface, prefatory, profess, profession, professionalism, professor

4 NOUN pectus, pectoris N. Breast, heart angina pectoris, expectorant, expectorate, expectorates, expectorating, expectoration, expectorative, expectorator, imo pectore, in pectore = “In secret.”, pectoral, pectoralgia, pectoralis, pectoriloquy, pectorophony, pects (slang), unexpectorating 41/77499_human-heart.jpg

5 VERB -falling-in-love-make_1.jpg dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlectus/a/um I love, cherish delectable, delight, delectation, predilection, delicious, delicate, delicacy, delicatessen, delightful, delighted, coil, collect, collectanea, collectible, collection, collective, collectively, college, collegial, collegian, collegiate, counter- intelligence, cull, culler, delegate, delegation, dialect, dialectic, dilectology, diligence, diligent, eclectic, elect, election, electioneer, elective, electively, illegible, indelicate, ineligibility, ineligible, illegitimately, intellect, intelligence, intelligent, intelligent design, intelligentsia, intelligible, intelligibly, irreligious, irreligiously, lectern, lection, lectionary, lecture, lecturer, legacy, legal, legalese, legalism, legalistic, legalist, legalistic, legality, legalize, legalization, legate, legatee, legation, legislate, legislate, legislation, legislative, legislative, legislator, legislatress, legislatrix, legislature, legist, legitimate, legitimate, legitimatize, legitimist, legend, legendary, legibility, legible, legion, legionary, legume, leguminivorous, leguminivore, leguminous, lesson, ligature, ligament, ligation, neglect, neglectful, negligee, negligent, negligence, negligible, negligibly, phonoselectoscope, predilection, pseudointellectual, recollect, recollection, religion, religious, religiously, select, selection, selective, sortilege, unintelligible, legitimacy, loyal, loyalist, loyalty, privilege, relegate, relegation

6 ADVERBS adeōTo such an extent, so

7 NOUN honor, honōris M.Honor, office cursus honorum, dishonest, dish onestly, dishonesty, dishonor, dishonorable, dishonorableness, dishonorably, honest, honestly, honesty, honor, honorableness, honorably, honoraria (pl), honorarium (s), honorary, honorable

8 VERB dēsum, dēesse, dēfuī, dēfutūrus/a/um (+ dative)To Fail (+ dative) zuKww/s400/failing%2Bpaper.jpg presence, present, presentation, presentative, presentable, presentee, presentor, presentment, essence, essential, future, futuristic, futurity, futurology, futurism, absence, absence, quintessence, quintessence, quintessential, quintessentialize, absence, absent, absentee, absenteeism, absente febre; abs. feb. = “While or when fever is absent.”, absenter, absente reo; abs. re. = “With the defendant absent.”, absently, absentminded, absentmindedly, absentmindedness, disinterest, disinterestedly, disinterestedness, essence, essential, essentialist, essentially, essentialness, essentiate, extraessential, in absentia, interesting, interestingly, misrepresent, misrepresentation, misrepresenter, omnipresence, omnipresent, omnipresently, presence, present, presentable, presentably, presentation, presentation, presently, presentment, quatressential, quintessence, quintessential, quintessentialize, represent, representation, representative, representatively, unessential, unessentially

9 ADJECTIVE ita In such a way, so, thus /lrg/thus006.jpg

10 NOUN pudor, pudōris M. Shame, modesty depudicate, digitus impudicus, impudence, impudency, impudent, impudently, impudicity, mimosa pudica, pendum femininum, pudency, pudenda (pl), pudendagra, pudendal, pudendum (s), pudic, pudical, Pudicitia = Roman goddess of Modesty/Shame, pudicity, repudiate, repudiation, repudiationist, repudiative, repudiator, repudiatory breach [1].jpg

11 CONJUNCTION Ut (+ subjunctive) That (expressing consequence or result) edia/commons/e/e2/That_'70s_Sho w_logo.png

12 CONJUNCTION quiaBecause

13 ADJECTIVE prīvātus, prīvāta, prīvātum Private deprivable, deprivation, deprive, depriver, privacy, private, privateer, privately, privateness, privation, privative, privilege, privily, privity, privy lookup.maxupdates.tv/wp- content/uploads/2011/03/Confident ial-reverse-phone-lookup-search- a.jpg

14 VERB nāscor, nāscī, nātus sumI am born 5fw/TV5OpeFl7hI/AAAAAAAAAN8/wPfkQYBT7qk/s1600/New_Born_Baby.jpg adnascent, agnate, antenatal, cognate, connate, connately, denationalization, denationalize, denaturalization, denaturalize, denature, innate, innately, impregnate, international, internationalism, internationalist, internationalization, internationalize, internationally, intranatal, naive, naively, naivitee, nascence, nascency, nascent, Nascentes morimur finisque ab origine pendet = “From the moment of birth, we begin to die and the end hangs from the beginning.” (From Manilius, in his Astronomica. An alternate meaning: "Every day, starting from birth, we die a little."), natal, naticide, nation, national, nationalism, nationalist, nationality, nationalization, nationalize, nationally, native, natively, nativity, natural, naturalesque, naturalism, naturalist, naturalization, naturalize, naturally, naturalness, nature, naturopathy, naturopathy, naturopath, naturopathic, neonatal, neonate, neonatus, perinatal, perinatally, perinatologist, perinatology, postnatal, pregnancy, pregnant, pregnantly, prenatal, preternatural, preternaturally, puny, renaissance, renascence, renascent, supernatural, supernaturalism, supernaturally, ultranationalism, unnatural, unnaturally

15 NOUN _Google_Art_Project.jpg/300px-Van_Gogh_-_Starry_Night_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg ars, artis F = art, skill, technique artful, artfully, artfulness, artifact, artifice, artificer, artificial, artificially, artificialness, artillerist, artillery, artisan, artist, artiste, artistic, artistical, artistically, artistry, artless, artlessly, artlessness, art nouveau, artsy, Vires, artes, mores = “Strength, arts, morals.” ars, artis F

16 ADJECTIVE indignus, indigna, indignum (+ ablative)Unworthy condign, condignly, daintily, dainty, deign, dignifiedly, dignify, dignigratory, dignitary, disdain, disdainful, disdainfully, indignance, indignant, indignantly, indignation, indignity, infra dignitatem; infra dig. = “Beneath the dignity [of someone]” = undignified

17 CHAPTER 42a

18 tangō, tangere, tetigī, tactus/a/um VERB I touch anticontagious, atactilia, attain, attainable, attainder, attainment, attaint, attaintment, contact, contactual, contagion, contagiously, contagious, contain, contaminate, contamination, contiguous, contiguousness, contingency, contingent, contingently, dermotactile, disintegrate, disintegrated, disintegration, disintegrity, distaste, distasteful, distastefully, entire, entirety, intact, intangibility, intangible, intangibly, integer, integral, integrally, integrate, integration, integrity, redintegrate, redintegration, surtax, tact, tactful, tactfully, tactfulness, tactile, tactile hypoesthesia, tactility, tactilogy, taction, tactometer, tactor, tactual, tangent, tangential, tangentially, tangibility, tangible, tangibly, tango, tangoreceptor, task, taste, tasteful, tastefully, tasteless, tasteless, tastelessness, taster, tastily, tasty, tax, taxable, taxably, taxation, teletactor, thermointegrator, thermotactic, thigmotactic, traumatotactic, zygotactic

19 dōnō, dōnāre, dōnāvī, dōnātus/a/umI give donate, donation, donee, donor, Dorothea, Dorothy, Eudora, Fedora, Heliodore, Isidore, Theodore, pardon, pardonable, pardoner VERB

20 redōnō, redōnāre, redōnāvī, redōnātus/a/um + r_by_lzz993.jpg content/uploads/2009/12/backacne.jpg I give back donate, donation, donee, donor, Dorothea, Dorothy, Eudora, Fedora, Heliodore, Isidore, Theodore, pardon, pardonable, pardoner VERB

21 ADJECTIVE patrius, patria, patriumOf one’s father(s) OF ONE’S uxOGGiooQ9U/Tsyzbs2QsEI/AAAAAAAAAOg/uTwOatfYF6k/s1600/Father_and_daugh ter_1.jpg allopatric, allopatrically, allopatry, ante- patriarchal, compaternity, compatriot, compatriotism, compatriotic, depatriate, expatriate, expatriated, expatriation, misopaterist, opsipatria, pater, paterfamilias, patresfamilias, paternal, paternally, paternalism, paternalist, paternalistic, paternalistically, paternity, paternophobia, pater noster, patradelphy, patriarch, patriarchate, patriarchy, patrician, patricide, patricidal, plebeian, patriciate, Patrick, Patricia, patrilineal, patrilineage, patrilocal, patrilocality, patrimony, patriot, patriotic, patriotism, patripassian, patripotestal, patrist, patristic, patroclinous, patroclinic, patrocliny, patriclinous, patrogony, patrolatry, patrology, patron, patronym, patronymic, patronymically, patron, patrophile, philopater, philopatric, philopatry, repatriate, repatriation, sympatria, sympatric

22 NOUN mīlitia, mīlitiae F content/uploads/2011/05/military.jpg Military service, army demilitarize, militancy, militant, militarist, military, militate, militia

23 parcō, parcere, pepercī, parsus/a/um To spare + DATIVE case 8X9zRp1voiM/TsqAm1oUA2I/AAAAAAAAAG0/HP725uUwqAQ/s1600/spartacus%2B2.jpg parsimony, parsimonious VERB


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