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31 terms

Everyday Words from Classic Origins: Lesson 15

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PLAY
CARN
flesh
MON, MONIT
to warn; to advise
MOV, MOT (MOB)
to move
OC
eye
ORD, ORDIN
order
PER (L), PULS
to drive; to push
PROPRI
one's own; fitting
SAL (SIL), SALT (SULT) (SAIL)
to leap
SCI
to know
TERR
land
TRIT (TRI)
to rub; to wear
VIV, VIT
to live
Vivacious
lively
Prescience
foreknowledge
Carnality
worldly, materially
Terrestrial
of the land
Motif
recurrent theme
Primordial
original, earliest
Ocular
pertaining to the eye
Appropriate
fitting
Salient
prominent
Remonstrate
protest
Contrition
penitence
Repulse
drive back, repel
Compulsive
caused by or suggestive of psychological compulsion
Exordium
the beginning or introductory part
Trite
repeated too often
Terrain
a piece of ground having specific characteristics or military potential
Carnage
the savage and excessive killing of many people
Mobile
moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)
Assailant
someone who attacks