PES, PEDIS <L.
[ex <L. from, out of] appropriate to a purpose or useful in achieving a goal n. a means to an end
[ex <L. from out of] `. to help or hurry the progress of something 2. of business, to perform business quickly
[im = in <L. in] to hinder; to block the way of
[de <L. from, away from, down from, and grus,gruis <L. crane: from the three-line claw-shaped mark used to show succession in a pedigree] 1. a line or list of ancestors, especially of a distinguished kind 2. a recorded line of descent showing pure breeding of animals
[metron <G. measure] a device that calculates distance traveled by counting the number of steps taken
POUS, PODOS <G.
[anti <G. against] 1. any two places on opposite sides of the earth 2. something that is the exact opposite of or contrary to something else
the study and treatment of foot ailments
[podion <G. small foot] an elevated platform for an orchestra conductor or lecturer; a dais (in biology, any foot-like structure)
GRADIOR, GRADI, GRESSUM <L.
to step, to walk
[ag = ad <L. to, toward] 1. the act or habit of launching attacks; invasion 2. hostile action or behavior
[de <L. from, away from] reduction in rank or status, especially of office or dignity 2. lowering of moral or intellectual character 3. disgrace or dishonor
[di = dis <L. away from, apart] to stray from the main topic in writing or speaking; to turn aside
a systematic progression through a series of stages
an incline or slope; the rate of incline
[re <L. back, again] to go back; to return to a former or less developed condition
AMBULO, AMBULARE, AMBULAVI, AMBULATUM <L.
to walk around
1. able to walk about 2. pertaining to walking n. a place for walking; an arcade; a cloister
[per = prae <L. before] a preliminary statement in speech or writing; an introductory part
CALCITRO, CALCITRARE, CALCITRAVI, CALCITRATUM <L.
1. stubbornly resistant to authority or guidance 2. hard to manage [re (latin) = back, again]
STATIO, STATIONIS (Latin)
a standing, a standing position
SISTO, SISTERE, STETI (also STITI), STATUM (Latin)
to cause to stand, to put, to place
serving as a necessary part of a whole n. a voter of a district represented by an elected official [con = cum (Latin) = with]
[de <L. from, away from] to cease doing something; to forbear; to abstain (often used with from)
[de <L. from, away from, down from] 1. altogether lacking 2. poverty-stricken
intervening space; a chink; a crevice [inter (Latin) = between]
[ob <L. off, against] 1. very stubborn; inflexible 2. difficult to control or subdue
[ob <L. off, against] to force out of a position or place
[re <L. back, again] 1. restoration of a thing to its proper owner or its original state 2. repayment or repair for injury or damage
1. uneasy; restless 2. unruly [re (latin) = back, again]
1. the position of the body and the feet while standing 2. an emotional or mental attitude
1. at rest; unmoving 2. pertaining to electric charges n. interference in radio and television signals as a result of electrical disturbances
subsist intr. v.
[ sub<L. under] 1. to exist; to be 2. to be sustained; to live (used with on or by)