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Chapter 49 David Cho
Verb Confirmo, confirmare = I strengthen Confirm, confirmation, confirmable
Verb Deleo, delere, delevi, deletum = I destroy Delete, deletion, delegation
Verb Cedo, cedere, cessi, cessum= I yield, give way to Succession, succeed, success
Verb Restituo, restituere, restitui, restitutum= I restore Restore, restoration, restitution
Verb Adicio, adicere, adieci, adiectum= I add to Addition, additional, add
Verb Minor, minari, minatus sum + dat. = I threaten Minatorial, minor, minatory
Verb Assequor, assequi, assecutus sum = I catch up Ascend, ascendant, ascendancy
Impersonal Verbs Me iuvat, iuvare, iuvit ( +inf.) = it delights me = I like to Joy, joyful, joyfully
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Impersonal Verbs Mihi licet, licere, licuit (+ inf.) = it is allowed to me = I may License, illicit, licensure
Impersonal Verbs Me oportet, oportere, oportuit (+inf.) = it behoves me = I ought to Opportune, opportunity, inopportune
Impersonal Verbs Mihi placet, placere, placuit (+inf.) = it is pleasing to me = I decide Placid, implacable, complacent
Impersonal Verbs Me taedet, taedere, taeduit (+gen.) = it wearies me = I am tired of Tedious, tedium
Impersonal Verbs Mihi accidit, accidere, accidit (+ut) = it happens to me Accident, accidental, accidentally
Noun Provincia,-ae F = province Province, provincial, provincialize
Noun Exsilium, -i N = exile Exile, exul, exulate
Noun Saeculum, -i N = generation, age Secular, secularist, secularize
Noun Aetas, aetatis F = (old) age Ancient, ancestor, ancestrial
Noun Gens, gentis F. = race, people Gene, generosity, genuine
Noun Consensus, -us M. = agreement Consent, consensus, concur
Noun Fas (indecl.) = right Nefarious, infant, infantry
Noun Nefas (indel.) = wrong Negative, negate, negatively
Pronoun Quis? Quid? = who? What? Quid pro quo = one thing for another
Pronoun Quis, quid = aliquis, aliquid = anyone, anything (after si, nisi, num, ne)
Adjectives Barbarus, -a, -um = barbarian Barbarian, barbaric, barbarism
Adjectives Universi, -ae, -a = all Universal, universally, universe
Adjectives Validus, -a, -um = strong Valid, valedictorian, valence
Prepositions Ultra + acc. = beyond Ultrasound, ultraviolet, ultimate
Prepositions Quasi = as if Quasi, quasi contract, quasi judicial
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To me, old age is always, fifteen years older than I am.
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