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28 terms

Latin 10 Derivatives

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merit
to earn, deserve (meritus, merita, meritum)
moratorium
a deferment, delay (moror, morari, moratus sum)
officious
meddlesome; overeager to offer one's services (officium, officii (n))
putative
supposed, conjectural (puto, putare, putavi, putatus)
relegate
to send or consign, especially to a remote place or obscure condition (relego, relegare, relegavi, relegatus)
rural
pertaining to the country, rustic (rus, ruris (n))
vicinity
proximity, state of nearness (vicinus, vicini (m))
disciple
a follower (discipulus, discipuli (m)
evacuate
to withdraw; to create a void (vacuus, vacua, vacuum)
finite
limited; capable of being enclosed (finis, finis (m))
ignite
to set fire to, kindle (ignis, ignis (m))
inveterate
long-established; habitual (vetus, gen. veteris)
recital
a narrative or musical performance of something memorized (recito, recitare, recitavi, recitatus)
tactile
used for or pertaining to touch (tango, tangere, tetigi, tactus)
conjugal
pertaining to marriage or a marital relationship (coniunx, coniugis (c)
culpability
blameworthiness (culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatus)
invidious
offensive; tending to rouse envy (invideo, invidere, invidi, invisus)
irrevocable
beyond recall; unchangeable (revoco, revocare, revocavi, revocatus)
oblivion
forgetfulness (obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus sum (gen))
odium
hateful, nasty (odium, odii (n))
validate
to substantiate, confirm (validus, valida, validum)
aptitude
facility for learning; appropriateness (aptus, apta, aptum)
subliminal
below the level of conscious perception, subconscious
legislation
the act of lawmaking
pontificate
to speak in a pompous or self-important matter
querulous
peevish, fretful
revere
to hold in awe, venerate
unguent
an ointment