Latin-adj-meant to trick; not straightforward; shifty. departing from the correct or accepted way. *departing from the straight or direct course; roundabout.
Latin-noun-deliberate deception in behavior or speech.
Latin-adj-false or fake; adopted or assumed in order to deceive. imaginary; unreal; relating to fiction.
noun-sly intelligence; craftiness with the intention to deceive.
adj-easily deceived or fooled.
Greek-adj-giving a false appearance; saying one thing, but doing another.
Old Italian-verb-to disguise oneself; to put on a false or deceptive appearance. noun-a disguise or false appearance; a scheme or charade.
Latin-adj-open and observable; not hidden or secret.
Latin-adj-having a good reputation; well thought of; honorable or trustworthy.
Latin-noun-truthfulness or accuracy; conformity to fact or truth.