Everyday Words from Classic Origins: Lesson 15

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CARN

flesh

MON, MONIT

to warn; to advise

MOV, MOT (MOB)

to move

ORD, ORDIN

order

PER (L), PULS

to drive; to push

PROPRI

one's own; fitting

SAL (SIL), SALT (SULT) (SAIL)

to leap

SCI

to know

TRIT (TRI)

to rub; to wear

VIV, VIT

to live

Vivacious

lively

Prescience

foreknowledge

Carnality

worldly, materially

Terrestrial

of the land

Motif

recurrent theme

Primordial

original, earliest

Ocular

pertaining to the eye

Appropriate

fitting

Salient

prominent

Remonstrate

protest

Contrition

penitence

Repulse

drive back, repel

Compulsive

caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion

Exordium

the beginning or introductory part

Trite

repeated too often

Terrain

a piece of ground having specific characteristics or military potential

Carnage

the savage and excessive killing of many people

Mobile

moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)

Assailant

someone who attacks

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