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Etymology

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ag, ig, act
do;act;drive
prem,prim,prin,press
press
pell,puls
drive;push
vuls
pull,tear
trud, trus
thrust
trah,tract, [trai]
draw; drag
frang, fring, frag, fract
break
rupt, [rout]
break, burst
prehend, prehends,[pras, pris]
seize
hab, hib
dwell
habil
able, equipped, expert
serv
save, protect, serve
agil
doing
repress
press back
repellent
to drive back
conclusive
pulling together
protrude
thrust before
attract
draw toward
frangible
fragile
erupt
burst out
prehensile
grasping
inhibit
to have/hold
habitation
process of living/house
rehabilitation
able again
conservation
to protect it
servitude
slavery
cogent
driven all together
(g)nosc, (g)no,
come to know; note; recognize
(g)not, (g)nit
recognize
(g)nomen, (g)nomin
name
(g)nasc,(g)nat
be born
esse,ent
be;exist
crea
make, create
cresc, cret
grow
aug,auct,aux
increase, grow
nutr
nourish
neutr
neither
al,ali
feed, nourish, support
alt
tall,high, deep
juven
young
sen
old
nov
new
veter
old,experienced
aev,ev,aet,et
age
noted
worthy of note/notice
recognize
to come to know them again
nominate
to be named for something
nascent
rel. to being born again
essential
rel. to existence
creative
productive
crescent
rel. to growing
augment
to increase
nutrition
nourishment
neutrality
being neither
alimentary
concerned with the function of nutrition
alititude
height
rejuvenate
to make young again
senility
being old
renovate
to make new again
veteran
someone who is old + experienced in an occupation
medieval
pertaining to the middle ages
senescent
growing old
alumnus
feeling one-male
alumna
feeding one-female
incognito
not recongnized
gen,gener,gend
orgin;race;kind
ego
I
sui
self
pater, patr
father
patria
fatherland
mater,matr
mother
frater,fratr
brother
soror
sister
fili
son;daughter
prole
offspring
cid,cis
cut;kill
cad,cas,cid
fall
casu
chance, accident
fortu
chance,fate
fort [forc]
strong
generate
to make race/kind
egocentric
I-centered
suicide
taking one's own life
paternal
father
expatriate
leave fatherland
maternal
mother
fraternity
brotherhood
sorority
sisterhood
filial
rel. to son + daughter
prolific
producing many offspring
fratricide
killing of one's brother
decadent
falling down
casualty
something by chance/accident
fortuitous
happening by chance
fortitude
courage in pain (hardships)