verb-Latin-To describe roughly or vaguely; to give a sketchy outline of. To foreshadow; to give an indistinct hint of something that will happen. *To overshadow; to shadow or obscure.
adj-Latin-Known or understood only by a few; mysterious.
adj-Old French-Concealed or hidden; not openly practiced or shown.
verb-Latin-To draw or bring out; elicit. To assume from evidence or facts; to deduce.
verb-Middle English-To understand or comprehend.
adj-Latin-Impossible to pierce, break through, or enter. Impossible to understand; incomprehensible.
adj-Latin-Incapable of being affected, harmed, or broken into.
adj-Latin-Transparent; clear. Calm, untroubled, and serene. *Easily intelligible or understood.
Latin-adj-Clearly apparent or obvious. verb-To show or demonstrate plainly; to reveal. *noun-A list of passengers or cargo on a ship, plane, truck, or train.
adj-Latin-cloudy, misty, or hazy. Vague, without defined form or limits.