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Chapter 42a and 43 Pages 55 and 60. By: Katie FitzPatrick. CHAPTER 43. VERB. for, fārī , fātus /a/um sum. I speak, say.

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Chapter 42a and 43 pages 55 and 60

Chapter 42a and 43Pages 55 and 60

By: Katie FitzPatrick



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

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NOUN

pectus, pectoris N.

Breast, heart

angina pectoris, expectorant, expectorate, expectorates, expectorating,

expectoration, expectorative, expectorator, imopectore, in pectore = “In secret.”, pectoral, pectoralgia, pectoralis, pectoriloquy, pectorophony, pects (slang), unexpectorating

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dīligō, dīligere, dīlēxī, dīlectus/a/um

VERB

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

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ADVERBS

adeō

To such an extent, so

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NOUN

honor, honōrisM.

Honor, office

cursushonorum, dishonest, dish

onestly, dishonesty, dishonor, dishonorable, dishonorableness, dishonorably, honest, honestly, honesty, honor, honorableness, honorably, honoraria (pl), honorarium (s), honorary, honorable

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VERB

dēsum, dēesse, dēfuī, dēfutūrus/a/um (+ dative)

To Fail (+ dative)

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

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ADJECTIVE

ita

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In such a way, so, thus


pudor, pudōrisM.

NOUN

depudicate, digitusimpudicus, impudence, impudency, impudent, impudently, impudicity, mimosa pudica, pendumfemininum, pudency, pudenda (pl), pudendagra, pudendal, pudendum (s), pudic, pudical, Pudicitia = Roman goddess of Modesty/Shame, pudicity, repudiate, repudiation, repudiationist, repudiative, repudiator, repudiatory breach

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Shame, modesty


CONJUNCTION

Ut (+ subjunctive)

That (expressing consequence or result)

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CONJUNCTION

quia

Because

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ADJECTIVE

prīvātus, prīvāta, prīvātum

deprivable, deprivation, deprive, depriver, privacy, private, privateer, privately, privateness, privation, privative, privilege, privily, privity, privy

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Private


VERB

nāscor, nāscī, nātus sum

I am born

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, Nascentesmorimurfinisqueaboriginependet = “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

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NOUN

ars, artisF

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, artisF

= art, skill, technique

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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

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VERB

tangō, tangere, tetigī, tactus/a/um

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

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VERB

dōnō, dōnāre, dōnāvī, dōnātus/a/um

I give

donate, donation, donee, donor, Dorothea, Dorothy, Eudora, Fedora, Heliodore, Isidore, Theodore, pardon, pardonable, pardoner

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VERB

redōnō, redōnāre, redōnāvī, redōnātus/a/um

I give back

+

donate, donation, donee, donor, Dorothea, Dorothy, Eudora, Fedora, Heliodore, Isidore, Theodore, pardon, pardonable, pardoner

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ADJECTIVE

patrius, patria, patrium

Of one’s father(s)

OF ONE’S

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, paternoster, 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

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NOUN

mīlitia, mīlitiaeF

Military service, army

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demilitarize, militancy, militant, militarist, military, militate, militia


VERB

parcō, parcere, pepercī, parsus/a/um

To spare + DATIVE case

parsimony, parsimonious

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