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Midterm Review: Latin Roots/Words

The Latin roots and words on the Etymology Midterm Exam on Tuesday.
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loc, locu
place
duc, duct
lead
magn-
great; large
verb
word
vir
man
pauci-
few
virtu
strength; virtue
cord
heart
mand, mend
put in hands of; entrust; order
ting, tang, tag, tig, tact
touch
ferr-
iron
palp
feel; touch
sci
know
sag
wise
far
divine law
fing, fig, fict
form; shape; invent; imagine
sens, sent
feel; be aware
par, pair, peer
equal
mord, mors
bite
somn
sleep; dream
pet, petul
seek; attack
preca
price; value
merc
trade
mir
wonder
arbitr
judge; consider
feder
league; alliance; bond
vacill
waver
doc, doct
teach
oss
bone
litig
dispute; quarrel; sue
lig
bind; choose; gather
stimul
goad; rouse
ambul
walk
grad, gred, gress
step
vag
wander
curr, curs, corr, cours
run
fug, fugit
flee
jace
lie
clin, clive
lean; incline; slope
mitt, miss, mise
send; let go
ven, vent
come
pend, pens, pond
weigh
tempt, tent
try out; test
her, hers
stick; cling
tenu
thin
verg
tend toward; bend
mov, mob, mot
move
late
hide
pugn, pug
fight; fist
scrib, script
write
many-footed
multiped
to say before
predict
good kind
benign
not separate
indivisible
truthfulness
veracity
all-knowing
omniscient
foolish
fatuous
person who has strength/virtue
virtuoso
eating, devouring all
omnivorous
scarcity, "fewness"
paucity
great-souled or spirited
magnanimous
bearing alive
viviparous
complaining
querulous
relating to the heart (friendly)
cordial
relating to the treasury
fiscal
faithfulness
fidelity
an order
jurisdiction
doubtful or full of doubt
dubious
golden
aureate
a writing on
inscription
relating to pricking
pungent
something invented or imagined
fiction
not tasty (tasteless)
insipid
bony
osseous
thin (insignificant)
tenuous
a pricking
puncture
related to running
cursory
a thing that is decreed
statute
sticking together
cohesive
to or for one's own
appropriate
to make near together
assemble
fastened before
prefix
no death
immortal
an equal
peer
attacking (verbally)
petulant
complaining (habitually)
querulous
to step apart
digress
full of value
precious
trust
credit
to rouse
stimulate
related to bending apart
divergent
a fleeing one
fugitive
related to spreading out
expansive
a sleepwalker
somnambulist
to carry across
translate
a thing which is thrown before
projectile
to cause to stand back
resist
to come together
convene
mixed
miscellaneous
full of weight (heavy, important)
ponderous