Terms in this set (40)
1. to scold gently but firmly
2. to caution; warn
1. To take in and make a part of the body; to digest
2. to cause to become similar or part of a whole
1. to summon or call forth; to inspire
2. to produce a reaction or response
to consent; to express agreement
2. agreement; consent
to have or express a different opinion
pertaining to or using the sense of touch; tangible
; irrelevant; off the subject
a straight line that touches the outside of curve but does not cross it
to soothe; to make less severe; to satisfy
a party or festival, especially one held out of doors
2. to give a party in someones honor
joking; avoiding seriousness
plentiful; prodigal, overflowing; giving abundantly (usaually used wit in)
wishing harm to others; malicious
passionate devotion to a cause; ardor
cautious and watchful; prudent
a shape or outline; a method of arrangment
a sphere; anything spherical in shape
2. a globe carried by a monarch as a symbol of office
like a large cave in size or darkness
2. filled with caves or cavities
the main ideas of a class, group, or movement
by memory without thought of the meaning
2. mechanical routine
a circular domed building or hall
Sono, Sonare, sonui, sonitum
L. "to sound"
Tango, Tangere, Tetigi, Tactum
L. "To touch"
L. "before," "for"
L. "circle," "anything round"
Ad astra per aspera.
To the stars through difficulties.
Noli me tangere.
Touch me not.
Non est jocus esse malignum.
There is not joke in being spiteful.
Volens et potens.
Willing and able
Under the rose. (something done in secret)
Veni, vidi, vici.
I came, I saw, I conquered.
Vigilate et orate
Watch and pray.
Ab ovo usque ad mala.
From eggs to apples. (from a-z, or soup to nuts)
In medias res.
In the middle (thick) of things.
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