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Latin Words on page 74 Savannah Grisoglio
http://www1.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/510754/2/istock photo_510754_two_people_talking_business.jpg VERB
dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictus/a/um = to say odictate, dictation, dictator, dictionary, dictatorial, interdict, predict
dūcō, dūcere, duxī, ductus/a/um = to lead, guide; take, bring [abduce, abduct, abduction, adduce, adduction, aqueduct, caliduct, caloriduct, circumduct, conduce, conducive, conduct, conductor, conductress, conductus, conduit, contransduction, coproduct, counterproductive, deduce, deductible, ducal, ducat, duce, duchess, duchy, duct, ductile, ductile, ductus litterarum, duke, dukedom, educable, education, educe, eduction, induce, inducement, inductee, introduce, irreducible, misconduct, oviduct, photoconductivity, producer, product, productivity, reduce, reduction, reproduce, reproduction, seduce, seduction, subduction, subdue, traduce, transduction, ventiduct, viaduct]
http://sugarmtnfarm.com/blog/uploaded_images/Hop eBakingCakeDSCF1014-779774.jpg VERB
faciō, facere, fēcī, factus/a/um = to do, make [affair, affect, affected, affection, artifact, artifice, artificial, benefaction, benefactor, beneficent, beneficiary, benefit, calefacient, calorifacient, certificate, certify, chafe, chauffeur, clarify, coefficient, confection, confetti, confit, counterfeit, defacto, defeat, defect, defective, deficient, deficit, diffect, difficacious, difficult, dignify, disaffected, discomfit, diversify, dormifacient, edification, edifice, edify, effect, effectual, efficacious, efficacy, efficient, effigy, exemplify, ex post facto, facient, facile, facilitate, facility, facsimile, fact, faction, factious, factitious, factor, factory, factotum, factual, faculty, falsify, fashion, feasance, feasibility, feasible, feat, feature, febrifacient, feckless, fetish, forfeit, fortify, fructify, glorify, gratify, horrific, horrify, identify, imperfect, imperfection, indemnify, infect, infection, intensify, ipso facto, justify, liquefy, liquifacient, magnificence, magnifico, magnify, malefic, maleficence, malfeasance, manufacture, misfeasance, modify, mollify, mortify, munificence, munificent, nonfeasance, notify, nullify, office, official, officiate, officious, olfactory, orifice, pacific, pacifist, pacify, parturifacient, perfect, perfecto, personify, personification, petrify, pluperfect, pontiff, pontificate, prefect, proficiency, proficient, profit, prolific, putrefy, putrefaction, qualify, ramify, ramification, rarefy, ratify, rectify, refectory, rubefacient, sacrifice, sanctify, satisfaction, satisfy, savoir-faire, scientific, significant, signify, simplify, solidify, somnifacient, sorbefacient, specific, specify, stratify, stupefacient, stupefy, suffice, sufficient, superficial, surface, surfeit, terrific, terrify, testify, typify, unify, verify, vilify, vivify]
ferō, ferre, tuli, lātus/a/um = carry, bear, endure; report, say [afferent, aquifer, auriferous, circumference, confer, conferee, conference, conferred, conifer, coniferous, crucifer, cruciferous, defer, deference, deferment, deferred, deferring, differ, difference, different, differential, differentiate, effer, efferent, ferriferous, ferry, fertile, fertility, fetiferous, fructiferous, herbiferous, infer, inference, interfere, interference, lactiferous, Lucifer, odiferous, offer, offering, prefer, preferable, proffer, refer, referee, reference, referenda (plural), referendum (singular), referent, referral, sanguiferous, somniferous, suffer, sufferable, sufferance, transfer, transferable, vociferate, vociferous]
Heus! – Hello! (Hi!, Hey!)
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Salvete, discipuli! – Good morning pupils!
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Salve magistra/ magister! – Good morning, teacher!
Adsum! – Present! (= I am here!)
Ubi est Verginia? – Where is Virginia?
http://www.omiusa.org/Monthly% 20News%202006/February%202 006/Tony%20sick%20woman.jpg ADJECTIVE
Abest; aegra est. – she is absent; she is ill.
Abest; aeger est. – he is absent; he is ill.
http://k43.pbase.com/u26/manfr ed_b/upload/44066112.Sitdown.jpg VERB
conside / considite! = sit down! sedentary, sediment, session, president, presidential, reside, residential, dissident
surge / surgite! = stand up! surge, resurgent, resurrection, erect, erection, insurgent, insurgency, insurrection
aperite libr ō s! – open your books! aperiō, aperīre, aperuī, apertus/a/um = to open [aperture, aperitif, pert, overt] liber, librī M = book [exlibris, libel, libelous, libeler, libelous, librarian, library, librettist, libretto, librianship, libricide, sublibrarian, see also Greek biblio-]
claudite libros! – close your books! claudō, claudere, clausī, clausus/a/um = to shut, close [aclusion, aquiclude, buccoclusion, clause, claustral, claustrophilia, claustro-phobia, claustrophobic, cloister, close, closet, closure, conclude, concluded, conclusion, conclusive, conclusively, conclusiveness, disclose, disclosure, enclose, enclosure, excludable, exclude, excluded, excluding, exclusion, exclusionary, exclusive, exclusiveness, foreclose, foreclosure, inclose, inclosure, includable, include, included, including, inclusion, inclusive, inclusively, inclusiveness, infraclusion, linguoclusion, malocclusion, mesioclusion, mesio-occlusal,occlude, occluded, occluding, occlusion, occlusive, preclude, preclusion, preclusive, recluse, reclusion, reclusive, seclude, secluded, seclusion, seclusive, supercluster]
http://www.yaoi.ca/crimages/sc an_pics_02.jpg VERB
p ō nite libros! – lay aside your books! pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positus/a/um = to put, place [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]
http://farm1.static.flickr.com/100/260 486951_154602bc06.jpg VERB
audi / audite! – listen! audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītus = to hear, listen to [auditorium, auditory, audition, audio, audible]
specta / spectate! – look! Watch! spectō, spectāre, spectāvī, spectātus/a/um = watch, look at [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.setonbook s.com/sempics/P- EN01-127431.JPG VERB
lege/legite anglice/latine! – read in english/latin! legō, legere, lēgī, lectus/a/um = to read; gather, choose; select [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, 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]
verte / vertite anglice/latine! – change to english/latin! vertō, vertere, vertī, versus/a/um = to turn [adversa, adversary, adversative, adversatively, adversativeness, adverse, adverse, adverse, averse, adversely, adverseness, adversion, adversity, adversus; adv., advertence, advertency, advertent, advertently, adverter, advertise, advertisement, advertiser, advertising, advertive, alopecia universalis, ambiversion, animadversion, animadversive, animadversiveness, animadvert, animadverter, anniversary, anteversion, antevert, aquatic vertebrate, autocholecystotransversecolostomy, averse, aversely, averseness, aversion, avert, avertible, bioconversion, biodiversity, contraversialist, contraversially, controverse, controversial, controversialism, controversialist, controversially, controversion, controversy, controvert, controvertible, controvertibly, conversable, conversableness, conversably, conversant, conversantly, conversation, conversational, conversationalist, conversationally, converse, conversely, converser, conversibility, conversible, conversion, conversive, convert, converter, convertibility, convertible, convertibly, convertive, costotransversectomy, costovertebral, dextrorse, dextroversion, divers, diverse, diversely, diverseness, diversifiable, diversification, diversifier, diversify, diversiloquent, diversiloquence, diversion, diversity, diversivolent, divert, divertingly, divertingness, divertisement, divertive, divorce, divorceable, divorcee, divorcement, divorcer, electrothermal energy conversion, electroversion, eversion, evert, evertebrate, ex adverso = “from the opposite side.”, extraversion, extrorse, extrovert, inadvertence, inadvertent, inadvertently, incontrovertible, incontrovertibleness, incontrovertibly, inconversant, inconvertible, inconvertibleness, inconvertibly, introrse, introversion, introversive, introvert, inverse, inversely, inversion, inversive, invert, invertebrate, inverter, invertible, ipsiversive, irreversible, irreversibleness, irreversibly, lateroversion, levocycloversion, levoversion, linguoversion, malversation, mentotransverse, mesioversion, mesioplacement, mesial displacement, obverse, obversely, obversion, obvert, obvert, perverse, perversely, perverseness, perversion, perversity, perversive, pervert, pervertible, prosaic, prosaically, prosaicness, prosaism, prosaist, prosy, quaquaversal, reconvert, reconvertibility, reconvertible, retrorser, retroversion, revers, reversal, reversatile, reverse, reversely, reverser, reversible, reversibly, reversicon, reversion, reversionary, reversioner, reverso, revert, sacrovertebral, seroconversion, seroreversion, sinistrorse, subversary, subversion, subversive, subvert, subverter, subvertible, suzerain, suzerainty, tergiversate, tergiverse, tetrovert, thermal inversion, transversal, transversality, transversally, transverse, transversectomy, transverse suture, traversable, traverse, traverser, universal, universalism, universalist, universalistic, universality, universalize, universally, universalness, universe, university, versatile, versatilely, versatileness, versatility, verse, versed, versicle, versicolor, versifier, versify, versify, version, verso, versus; vs., vertebra, vertebral, vertebrally, vertebrate, vertebrectomy, vertex, vertical, verticality, vertically, verticil, verticillation, vertiginous, vertiginousness, vertigo, vervel, vice versa = The other way round; the change being turned, vortex, vortical, vorticism, vortiginous]
http://img.alibaba.com/photo/1 1289908/Indian_Plastic_Body _Ball_Pen___Use_And_Thro w_Type_.jpg VERB http://www.donthaveaco wman.com/Simpsons/Ch alkboard.jpg NOUN
scribe / scribite in tabula! – write on the (chalk) board! scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptus/a/um = to write [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]
http://school.discovery.com/clipart/ima ges/pencil.gif NOUN http://www.betterstainedglas s.com/Newsletter/Archives/ 2005Sept- howtohandle/paper1.jpg VERB
sumite chartam et stilos! – take paper and pencils! sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptus/a/um = to take (up), put on [absumption, assume, assuming, assumpsit, assumption, assumptionist, assumptious, assumptive, coempt, coemption, consume, consumer, consumerism, consummate, consummation, consumptibility, consumptible, consumption, consumptive, example, exemplary, exemplification, exemplifier, exemplify, exempli gratia; e.g., exempt, exemption, impromptu, inconsumptible, irredeemable, macroconsumer, peremptorily, peremptory, preempt, presume, presumption, presumptive, presumptuous, presumptuously, prompt, ransom, ransomable, redeem, redeemable, redeemer, redemption, resume, resumption, resumptive, sample, sampler, sampling, subsume, subsumption, sumption, sumptuary, sumptuous, unassuming, unexampled]
chartas vestras mihi date! = give me your papers!
Sad is to happy as bad is to… ADJECTIVE
Bene! - good [benedicence, benedicite, benedict, benediction, benedictory, benefaction, benefactor, benefactress, benefice, beneficence, beneficent, beneficently, beneficial, beneficially, beneficialness, beneficiary, benefit, benemortasia, bene tenax, Bene vale, benevolence, benevolent, benign, benignant, benignity, benignly, benison, Nota bene., N.B., omnibenevolence, omnibenevolent]
Aviel Shalev. = authority, influence [auction, auctioneer, augment, augmentation, augmentative, August, august, augustly, augustness, author, authoress,
Latin Roots. #1 Capt, cept- to take Sample words: capture, capitulate, captive, Recipient Inception Reception Conception Decapitated Conception inception.
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