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27 terms

Roots 1-4

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amateur
"lover"
a person who follows a particular pursuit as a pastime, rather than as a profession.
one who performs father poorly; inexperienced person
amiable
likable; good-natured; pleasant and agreeable; obliging
amicable
characterized by friendliness rather than antagonism; friendly; neighborly; not quarrelsome
amity
friendship; goodwill; friendly relations
amorous
strongly moved by love; loving; inclined to love; enamored
enamored
inflamed with love; charmed; captivated
am, amor
love, likeing, friendliness
animosity
ill will; violent hatred;enmity; antagonism
animus
ill will (usually controlled)
equanimity
evenness of mind or temper under stress; emotional balance; composure; calmness; equilibrium
magnanimous
showing greatness or nobility of mind; chivalrous; forgiving; generous in overlooking injury or insult
anim
mind, will, spirit
unanimity
oneness of mind, complete agreement
unanimous
of one mind; in complete accord
fin
end, boundary, limit
affinity
"near the boundary" "neighbor" kinship, sympathy; liking; attraction
confine
keep within limits; restrict; limit
definitive
serving to end an unsettled matter; conclusive; final
finale
end or final part of a musical composition, opera, play, etc.; conclusion
finis
end, conclusion
flu, fluc, flux
flow
fluctuate
flow like a wave, move up and down; change often and irregularly; be unsteady
fluent
ready with a flow of words; speaking or writing easilty; articulate; eloquent
fluid
substance that flows
fluid (adj)
not rigid; changeable unstable
flux
continuous flow or changing; unceasing change
influx
inflow, inpouring, inrush