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50 terms

11-15 latin prefixes

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Ten tin tent
hold, keep
detention
act of keeping back or detaining
impertinent
irrelevant; inappropriate;
rude
pertinacious
adhering firmly to a purpose or opinion
vert persistant
pertinent
having to do with the matter at hand
relevant
retentive
tenacious; able to retain or remember
retinue
group of followers attending one person
tenacity
firmness in holding fast; persistance
tenancy
period of a tenant's temporary holding of real estate
tenet
belief or doctrine generally held to be true
tenure
period or which an office or position is held
status assuring an employee a permanent position
untenable
incapable of being held or defended
mon (monit)
warn
admonish
warn of a fault
admonition
gentle reproof; counseling against a fault or errors
admonitory
conveying a gentle reproof
monitor
keep track of, regulate, or control the operation of a machine or process
monument
means of remaining us of a person or event
premonition
forewarning; anticipation of a coming event
premonitory
conveying a forewarning
MAND (MANDAT)
order, command, commit
countermand
issue a contrary order
mandate
authoritative command
supervisory nation
mandatory
obligatory
required by command
remand
send back, back to prison
writ of mandamus
written order from a court to enforce the performance of some public city
CRED (CREDIT)
believe
accredited
officially authorized or recognized
credence
belief as to the truth of something
credentials
documents, letters, references, inspire belief or trust
credence
belief as to the truth of something
credible
belief, faith, trust
credulous
too ready to believe; easily deceived
creed
summary of principles believed in
discredit
refuse to believe
discredit
loss of belief or trust; damage to ones reputation
incredible
not believable
incredulity
disbelief
FID
faith, trust
affidavit
sworn written statement made before an official
bona fide
made or carried out in good faith
confidant
one to whom secrets are entrusted
confident
having faith in oneself; self-relient
confidential
communicated in trust; secret; private
diffident
lacking self-confidence; shy; timid
fidelity
faithfulness to a trust or vow
fiduciary
held in trust; confidential
infidel
one who does not accept a faith; unbeliever
perfidious
false to a trust; faithless
perfidy
violation of a trust; disloyalty