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vocab ch 16

STUDY
PLAY
NOVUS
New
nova
a star that increases thousands of times in brightness then fades
novice
a person new to any field, a beginner
NEOS
new
neoclassical
a revival of the literary, architectural, musical forms that are considered standard and classical
art nouveau
new art; decoration and architecture w/ flowers & vines
neolithic
characteristic of the last phase of the stone age
neologism
a new word, phrase, meaning or expression
neophyte
1. a recent convert 2. newly ordained priest 3. a beginner, novice
DURO, DURARE, DURAVI
"to make hard" "to endure"
dour
stern; grim; gloomy
novella
a short novel
durance
incarcination or imprisonment
duress
forced constrainet; coercion against ones will
obdurate
1. stubborn, unyielding 2. hardened against good influences
indurate
1. to make hard 2. to become hard
MEMORIA
"remembrance" "memory"
immemorial
going deep into the past before history, knowledge, or memory
memoir
a written account of what one has lived through, autobiography
memorabilia
things worthy of remembrance
in memoriam
in memory of
sire- verb
to father
sire- noun
father
MOROR, MORARI, MORATUM
"to delay" "to loiter" "to tarry"
demur
to raise an objection
moratorium
deferment or delay of any action
SENEX, SENIS
"old" "an elder"
SENESCO, SENESCERE, SENUI
"to grow old"
senescent
growing old, aging
surly
fragrantly uncivil and ill-natured