102 terms

World Roots

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didatikos
teach
ambulare
walk
grex
herd, flock
proprius
one's own
pugna
Fight
asketikos
Self Disciplined
varicare
straddle
ducere
lead
ludere
play
vocare
call
laus
praise
tangere
touch
articulus
joint, division
ostrankan
shell, pottery shard
prespicere
to see through
sacer
holy, sacred
chronos
time
lucere
shine
ephemeros
short-lived, lasting but a day
ekletikos
selective, choosen
bene
well
medius
middle
loqui
speak, talk
autodidactic
self taught
didact
to teach or educate
circumambulate
to walk around (circle)
preamble
an introduction to a speech or piece of writing
ambulatory
able to walk
somnambulist
sleepwalker
congregation
crowd (flock) of people
aggergate
the thing that draws two apposing forces together
egregious
standing outside the flock
appopriated
(verb?)
pugnacity
combativeness
repugnent
offensive
impugn
attack as false or wrong
asceticism
rigorous self-denial and active self-restraint
aesthetic
pertaining to beauty
invariably
without a doubt
Divaricator
one who purposely misleads people
aqueduct
a structure that carries water over long distances
induction
an act that sets in motion some course of events
deduction
deriving a conclusion by reasoning
seduction
an act of winning the love or sexual favor of someone
elude
escape (either physically or mentally)
allude
To refer to casually or indirectly
invocation
calling out wrongs/rights
evocative
call back, or trying to respond
pro-vocative
trying to get a message or word out
Chronicle
record in chronological order
anachronist
from an earlier time period
chronology
the order sequennce of events, arrangement of events in time
benign
pleasant and beneficial in nature or influence
beneficary
one whos benfits from something
benevolence
an act intending or showing kindness and good will
intermediary
messenger
soliloquy
speech to oneself
circumlocution
an indirect way of expressing something
loquacious
talkative
sacer
holy, sacred
chronos
time
lucere
shine
ephemeros
short-lived, lasting but a day
ekletikos
selective, choosen
bene
well
medius
middle
loqui
speak, talk
sagax
Wise
Sacruium
Holy place
Consacrate
To be come holy
Sacra Vaca
Holy Cow
Chronicle
Unit of time
Chronology
arrangement of events in time
Translucent
almost transparent
luxuriant
abundant in growth, very fertile
Ephemerality
the property of lasting for a very short time
Electicism
borrowing theories and developing your own combination
Benign
kind and gentle, harmless
beneficary
To be good to someone else
Benevolence
Goodwill
Medieval
Middle Ages
intermediary
Messenger
Soliloquy
speech to oneself
Circumlocation
talking around a subject
loquacious
talkative
sage
Wise person
sapient
wise; full of knowledge
Trepidus
Alarm
Intrepid
Boldly, Brave
Conciliare
To assemble, to unit
Conciliatory
Coming together, making peace
Incognito
Undercover
Spurius
false, counterfeit
spurious
False, not genuine.
Calpare
To blame
Calpable
deserving blame
Convolvere
to twist and turn
convoluted
complex or complicated
kaustikos
capable of burning
Caustic
burning; corrosive; able to burn by chemical action; sarcastically biting; (of remarks) intended to hurt; bitter; harmful; OP. harmless
Sonus
sound
dissonant
lacking in harmony