Latin for "to begin"
(n.) the beginning, start, earliest stage of some process, institution, etc.
beginning; in an early stage (adj)
Latin for "nothing"
to destroy completely (tr. verb)
complete denial of all established authority and institutions, especially religion or moral beliefs ( noun)
Latin for " to deny"
1. to disprove, to nullify
2. to rule out, to cancel or repeal (tr. verb)
1. a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc. (noun)
2. like a renegade or traitorous (adj)
devoid of significance or point, empty of meaning (adj)
1. Conceit, especially about one's appearance
2. something worthless or useless
3. a dressing table (noun)
to boast or brag (tr. verb)
Latin for "to open"
An opening, especially one that admits light (noun)
open and observable (adj)