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16 terms

Lesson 4

STUDY
PLAY
INCIPIO, INCIPERE, INCEPI, INCEPTUM
to begin
inception
the beginning of something
incipient
In its early stages; beginning
NHIL
nothing
annihilate
(v.) to destroy completely
nihilism
the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
NEGO, NEGARE, NEGAVI, NEGATUM
to deny
negate
To disprove; to nullify
renegade
One who deserts a group, cause, faith, etc.; an outlaw
VANUS
VACUUS
empty
vacuous
empty, especially of meaning or purpose
vanity
Conceit, especially about one's appearance

, a dressing table
vaunt
To boast; to brag about
APERIO, APERIRE, APERUI, APERTUM
to open
aperture
An opening, especially one that admits light
overt
done or shown openly