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2 eton.edu/fowler/kids/archives/looking%2520out%2520wind ow.JPG&imgrefurl=http://nacho.princeton.edu/fowler/kids/ar chives/kate_/ index.html&h=1600&w=1200&sz=478&hl=en&start=20&tbnid=2R12zNY_6 uKQDM :&tbnh=150&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dlook% 2Bout%2Bfor%26gbv%3D2%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den% 26safe%3Dactive expectō, expectāre, expectāvī, expectātus/a/um = wait for, expect Verb [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]

3 Oscillation%2520and%2520Waves/3B10- 1_long_spring.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.columbia.edu/cu/physics/rce/main/demo/waves.html&h=518&w=563&sz=53&hl=en &start=394&tbnid=86VwLusBG65wJM:&tbnh=122&tbnw=133&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dlong%26start%3D380%26gbv%3D2% 26ndsp%3D20%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Dactive%26sa%3DN longus, longa, longum = long Adjective [elongate, elongation, longeval, longevity, longicaudal, longicaudate, longicaudate, longicauline, longicollous, longicone, longicorn, longilateral, longilingual, longiloquence, longiloquent, longiloquence, longimanous, longimetry, longinquity, longipalp (s), longipalpi (pl); longipalpate, longipalpous, longipedate, longipede, longipennate, longipennine, longiroster, longirostral, longisect, longisection, longitarsal, longitude, longitudinal, longitudinally, longitumity, long (adjective); longer, longest, long (verb); longing, longed, lunge, oblong, prolong, prolongable, prolongation, prolonger, purloin, purloiner, Vita brevis, longa ars= Life is short, art is long.]

4 diū = for a long time Adjective

5 tead.com/files/wheel.gif&imgrefurl=http://www.garynuke.homestead. com/wheel.html&h=400&w=400&sz=22&hl=en&start=1&tbnid=KAI3p XBZrtPCLM:&tbnh=124&tbnw=124&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dwheel%2 6gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D20%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26safe%3 Dactive%26sa%3DN rota, rotae, F. = wheel Noun [rota (British), rotary, rotate, rotation, rotator, rotatory, rotavirus, rotifer, rotiform, rotogravure, rotor, rototill, rototiller, rotund, rotunda, rotundity]

6 appāreō, appārēre, appāruī, apparitūrus/a/um = to appear Verb [apparency, apparent, apparently, apparition, appear, appearance, disappear, disappear, disappearance, heir apparent, peer (verb), reappearance, semitransparent, transparence, transparency, transparent]

7 =http://friendsgoodwill.net/FriendsGoodWill/Additional/Code/alpena.html&h=533&w=800&sz=98&hl=en&start=12&tbnid=s2oM30B9Ea7tZM:&tbnh=95&tbnw=143&pr ev=/images%3Fq%3Dfar%2Boff%26gbv%3D2%26ndsp%3D20%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Dactive%26sa%3DN procul- in the distance, far off Adverb

8 nūbēs, nūbis, (gen. pl.) nūbium F. = cloud Noun

9 pulvis, pulveris M. = dust Noun pulverize, pulverable, pulverulent

10 wagon-miniature.jpg plaustrum, plaustrī, N. = wagon, cart Noun

11 onus, oneris N. = load, burden Noun onus exonerate onerous

12 tardus, tarda, tardum = slow Adjective aquitard, retard, retardant, retardation, retarder, tardamente, tardigrade, tardi- loquent, tardiloquence, tardiloquy, tardily, tardiness, tardo, tardy, tarrier, tarry

13 ille, illa, illud = that, that famous, the former Noun Italian- il, la, lo, le, gli; Spanish – el, los, las; French – le, la, les

14 praetereā = besides, in addition, moreover Adverb adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, limit, obituary, perish, praeteritio, preterit, sedition, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory

15 ll.com/China/Zodiac/zodiac-ox- pic.gif&imgrefurl=http://www.paulnoll.com/China/Zodiac/zo diac-ox- pic.html&h=396&w=325&sz=8&hl=en&start=7&tbnid=fq_dj 3MLzeQezM:&tbnh=124&tbnw=102&prev=/images%3Fq%3 Dox%26gbv%3D2%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26safe% 3Dactive bōs, bōvis (dative & ablative plural: bōbus) M./F. = ox (M.), cow (F.) beef, bibovine, Bos, Bosphorus, Bosporus, bovate, bovicide, boviculture, bovid, Bovidae, boviform, Bovinae, bovine, bovinely, Bovini, bovovaccination, bovovaccine, Ovibovine, ox (s), oxen (pl)

16 fortasse = perhaps fortunate, misfortune; fortuitous, fortuitously, fortuitousness, fortuity, Fortuna (Goddess Fortune, Greek: Tyche), Fortuna fortibus favet = “Fortune favors the Brave,” fortunate, fortunately, fortune, fortune telling, misfortune, unfortunate, unfortunately

17 Quattuor = Four Adjective quart, quartan, quartation, quarte, quarter, quartered, quarterly, quartern, quartet, quartette, quartic, quartile, quarto, quatercentenary, quaternate, quaternion, quaternity, quatorzain, quatrain, quatre, quatrefoil, quatressential, quatuorvirate

18 duō, duae, duō = two Adjective double, duet, dulogue, duo, duodecennial, duodecimal, duomachy, duotone, duple, duplex, duplexity, duplicate, duplication, duplicative, duplicator, duplicities, duplicitous, duplicity, indubitable, reduplicate

19 tantum = only, so much Adjective tantamount

20 Ne ā polim- to Naples Noun Naples, Neapolitan

21 praetereō, praeterīre, praeterīvī, praeteritūrus/a/um = to go past VERB adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, limit, obituary, perish, praeteritio, preterit, sedition, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory

22 Missin’ Words auxilium, auxiliī N = help, aid [auxiliary,auction, auctioneer, augment, augmentation, augmentative, August, august, augustly, augustness, author, authoress, authoritarian, authoritative, authoritativeness, authority, authorization, authorize, auxanogram, auxanography, auxanology, auxanometer, auxesis, auxetic, auxetical, auxiliary, auxiliometer, auxilytic, auxin, auxoautotrophic, auxocardia, auxochrome, auxocyte, auxodrome, auxoflore, auxograph, auxoheterotrophic, auxology, auxometer, auxospore, auxotonic, unauthorized] auxiliō = with the help (ablative of means) cubiculum, cubiculī Neuter. = room, bedroom [accumbent, brachiocubital, concubinage, concubine, covey, cubicle, cubit, decubitus, genucubital, hora decubitus; hor. decub., incubate, incubator, incubus, incumbency, incumbent, procumbent, recumbent, succumb, superincumbent] olīvētum, olīvētī N. = olive grove[eleotherapy, lanolin, linoleate, linoleic acid, linoleum, oleaginous, oleaginously, oleaginousness, oleaster, oleate, oleic, oleic acid, oleiculture, oleiferous, olein, oleine, oleo, oleoarthrosis, oleochrysotherapy, oleoduct, oleogranuloma, oleograph, oleography, oleographicm, oleoinfusion, oleomargarine, oleometer, oleo oil, oleophilic, oleophobic, oleo-pneumatic, oleoresin, oleosity, oleosus, oleotherapy, oleothorax, oleovitamin, oleum (singular), olea (plural), olivary, olive, petrol, petrolatum, petroleous, petroleum, seborrhea oleosa]

23 perīculum, perīculī N. = danger [peril, imperil, experienced, experiential, experientialism, experientialist, experientially, experiment, experimental, experimentalism, experimentalist, experimentally, experimentation, experimenter, expert, expertly, perilousness, pert, expertness, imperil, imperilment, inexperience, inexperienced, inexpert, inexpertly, malapert, malapertly, malapertness, peril, perilous, pertly, pertness, quasi experiment, quasi-experimental] silentium, silentiī N = silence [silence, silencing, silencer, silent, silentiary, silently, unsilenced] vehiculum, vehiculī N = vehicle [convection, convey, convoy, envoy, invective, inveigh, invoice, vehicle, vehicular, voyage, vection, vector, vectorial, vectoring, vectors, vectorscope, vehemence, vehement] vēstīgium, vēstīgiī N = footprint, track, trace [vestige, vestigial, investigate, investigation] iter, itineris N = journey; march [itinerancy, itinerant, itinerary, itinerate, adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, coition, coitus, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, obituary, perish, sedition, seditionary, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory]

24 murmur, murmuris N. = murmur, rumble [murmur] nōmen, nōminis N. = name; reputation [nominate, nominee, nomenclature, ignominious, nominal, anonymous, agnomen, allonomous, anomia, anomie, anomy, antinomic, antinomy, antonomasia, binomenclature, binomial, binomialism, cognomen,, ognomination, denominate, denominated, denomination, denominational, denominationalism, denominationalist, denominationally, denominative, denominator, dysnomia, hydronomy, hydronomous, ignominious, ignominiously, ignominy, innominate, lethonomia, misnomer, nomancy, onomancy, onomatophobia, onomonopoeia, onomatophobia, nomenclate, nomenclative, nomenclator, nomenclature, nomenclaturist, nominal, nominalism, nominalist, nominalize,, ominalization, nominally, nominate, nomination, nominative, nominatively, nominee, nomineeism, nomomisia, nosonomy, nothosonomia, noun, nuncupative, onomastics, paranomia, polynomial, polynomial, multinomial, praenomen, raenominal, pronominal, pronominally, pronoun, renown, renowned, renownedly,renownedness, renowner, renownful, renownless, suo nominee = by its own name; surnomial, toxignomic, trinomial, trinomialism, verbal noun]

25 tempus, temporis Neuter = time [contemporaneous, contemporary, contemporize, contretemps, equitemporaneous, extemporaneous, extempore, omnitemporal, pretemporal, pro tempore, pro tem, spatiotemporal, supertemporal, tempest, tempestuous, tempo, temporal, temporally, temporarily, temporary, temporicide, temporize, tempus fugit = “Time flies”] homō, hominis M = man, person; human being[dehumanization, dehumanize, Errare humanum est = To err is human; homage, homicidal, homicidaly, homicide,, omicidal, homicidomania, homiculture, hominid, hominivorus, hominoid, hominzation, Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens, homunculus, human, human body, humane, humanely, humaneness, humanism, humanist, humanitarian, humanitarian, humanitarianism, humanity, humanize, humanoid, human relations, infrahuman, inhuman, inhumane, inhumanely, inhumanitarian,, nhumanitarianism, inhumanity, inhumation, superhuman, superhumanely, superhumanity, theohuman, transhumant, transhumance


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