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Vocabulary 5. Romeo and Juliet 3.4-3.5 4.1. kin. ( n .) a person's relatives collectively. Old English cyn kin. desperate. (adj.) having an urgent need, desire, etc . Latin dēspērātus to despair. chamber.

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vocabulary 5

Vocabulary 5

Romeo and Juliet 3.4-3.5

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kin
  • (n.) a person's relatives collectively.
  • Old English cynkin
desperate
desperate
  • (adj.) having an urgent need, desire, etc.
  • Latin dēspērātusto despair
chamber
chamber
  • a room, usually private, in a house or apartment, especially a bedroom.
  • Latin camara  vaulted room
pomegranate
pomegranate
  • (n) a chambered, many-seeded, globosefruit, ssociated with the myth of Persephone and Hades.
  • Medieval Latin pōmumgrānātum  literally, seedy apple
jocund
jocund
  • (adj.) cheerful; merry, glad.
  • Latin jūcundus  pleasant
discord
discord
  • (n.) lack of concord or harmony between persons or things; disagreement.
  • Latin discordiadiscordant
loathe
loathe
  • (v.) o feel disgust or intense aversion for.
  • Old English lāthianloathe
unaccustomed
unaccustomed
  • (adj.) unusual; unfamiliar; not used to.
  • AcostumerMiddle French to costume
behold
behold
  • (v.) to observe; look at; see.
  • Old English behaldan  to keep.
prudence
prudence
  • (n.) care in the management of resources; frugality.
  • Latin prūdentiaprudence