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  1. Stage 5 Vocabulary

  2. Derivatives & Etymology • What is etymology? • Etymon + logos

  3. Agricola, agricolae, m. • Meaning: farmer • 1st declension masculine • Related Latin words: ager (field) + colo (till) • Derived English words: Agriculture, agrarian, acre

  4. Clamor, clamoris, m. • Meaning: shout, uprorar • Related Latin word? • Derivatives? Write as many as you can! • Clamor, clamoring, clamorous, claim, acclaim, exclaim, reclaim

  5. Fabula, fabulae, f. • Meaning: story, play • Related Latin word: for, fari – speak • Derivatives of for/fabula? • Fabulous, fable, confabulate, fairy, infant, confess, preface, professional, nefarious • Fabulam ago – act in a play

  6. Femina, feminae, f. • Meaning: woman • Derivatives? • Feminine, effeminate, female, f

  7. iuvenis, iuvenis, m. • Meaning: Young Man • Derivatives? • Juvenile, rejuvenate, junior

  8. Puella, puellae, f. • Meaning: girl • Related Latin word: puer (boy) • Puella = little boy • Derivative of puer: puerile

  9. Senex, senis, m. • Meaning: Old man • Derivatives? • Senile, senator, senior, sir

  10. Turba, turbae, f. • Meaning: Crowd • Derivatives? • Turbulent, disturb, perturb, trouble

  11. Urbs, urbis, f. • Meaning: city • Derivatives? • Urban, suburban, urbane, urbanity, urbanization

  12. Adsum, adesse • Related Latin words: ad, sum • Literal meaning: be at, be near • Our meaning: be here or be present

  13. Ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulatus • Meaning: walk • English derivatives? • Ambulance, amble, preamble, somnambulant, circumambulate

  14. Audio, audire, audivi, auditus • Meaning: hear • English derivatives? • Audio, auditory, auditorium, obedient, audition, audit, (in)audible, audience

  15. Contendo, contendere, contendi, contentus • Meaning: hurry • Related Latin word: tendo, stretch • Derivatives of tendo? • Tendon, contentious, intend, extend, attend, attention, detention, tense, tent, tendency

  16. Curro, currere, cucurri, cursurus • Meaning: run • Derivatives? • Current, corridor, concur, courier, occur, incursion, discourse

  17. Peto, petere, petivi, petitus • Meaning: look for, ask for, seek out, attack • Derivatives • Compete, repetitive, perpetual, impetus, petulant

  18. Plaudo, plaudere, plausi, plausus • Meaning: clap, applaud • Derivatives? • applaud (derp), plausible, explode

  19. Specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatus • Meanings: Look at, watch • Related Latin word: circumspecto • Derivatives? • Spectator, spectacle, specter, retrospect, inspect, circumspect, special, specific

  20. Sto, stare, steti, status • Meaning: stand • Derivatives? • Stationary, stable, stance, stanza, resist, solstice, obstacle, circumstance, distant

  21. Venio, venire, veni, venturus • Meaning: comes • Derivatives? • Convene, invent, adventure, prevent, avenue, event, eventual

  22. Multus, multa, multum • Meaning: much (singular), many (plural) • Example: I have much money. I have many coins. • Derivatives? • Multiply, multitude, multilingual, multimedia

  23. Ubi • Meaning: where (or when) • Derivative: ubiquitous!