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Vocabulary. Stage 34. Auctor, auctoris (m). Author, authoritarian, authoritative, authority, authorize. Sequor, sequi, secutus sum.

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Vocabulary

Stage 34


Auctor, auctoris (m)

Author, authoritarian, authoritative, authority, authorize


Sequor, sequi, secutus sum

Ensue, instrinsic, lawsuit, obsequies, obsequious, pursue, second, sect, sectarian, sectary, sectary, sequel, sequence, sequent, subsequent, sue, suit suitable, suite, suitor


Me auctore

  • At my suggestion


Revertor, reverti, reversus sum

Reverse, reversion, revert


Damno, damnare, damnavi, damnatus

Condemn, condemnation, damage, damn, damnation, indemnity


Regredior regredi, regressus sum

Regress, regression, regressive


dum

  • While, until


Proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum

  • Set out


Extinguo, extinguere, extinxi, extinctus

Extinct, extinguish, extinguisher, inextinguishable


Gaudium, gaudii (n)

Enjoy, gaud, gaudy, joy, joyful, joyous, overjoyed, rejoice


Precor, precari, precatus sum

Deprecate, imprecate, pray, prayer, precarious


haud

  • not


Patior, pati, passum sum

Compatible, impatient, patience, patient


Nascor, nasci, natus sum

Nascent, pregnant, renascent


Morior, mori, mortuus sum

moribund


Immineo, imminēre, imminui

Imminence, imminent


Indicium, indicii (n)

Index, indicial, indicate, indicative, indication


Loquor, loqui, locutus sum

Colloquial, eloquence, eloquent, loquacious, loquacity, mangiloquent, obloquy, soliloquy, ventriloquist


Egredior, egredi, egressus sum

Egress, egression


Ingredior ingredi ingressus sum

Ingredient, ingress, ingressive


Hortor, hortari, hortatus sum

Exhort, exhortation, hortation, hortatory


modo

  • Just, only


Obviam eo, obviam ire, obviam ii (dative)

Obviate, obvious


Pendeo pendēre, pependi, pensum

Append, appendix, compendious, depend, dependent, impending, independence, penchant, pend, pendant, pendent, pending, penthouse, perpendicular, propensity, suspend, suspense


Conspicor, conspicari, conspicatus sum

Conspicuous, conspicuity, conspectus


Conor,conari, conatus sum

conative


priusquam

  • Before, until


Comitor, comitari, comitatus sum

concomitant


procul

  • far


Amplector, amplecti, amplexus sum

Amplectic, amplexicaudate, amplexicaul, amplexifoliate


quasi

quasi


Tenebrae, tenebrarum, (f)

Tenecrescence, tenebrous


Adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus sum

adept


Ultio, ultionis (f)

Antepenult, penult, penultimate, ulterior, ultimate, ultimatum


Vestimenta, vestimentae (f)

Divest, invest, travesty, vest, vestment, vestry, vesture


Vel

  • or


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