Classical Roots: Lesson 3
A cure-all for diseases or troubles.
Having unlimited power, all-powerful
1. Feeding on both plants and meat.
2. Devouring everything, especially intellectually.
1. Universal, including most things
2. Referring to the Roman Catholic church.
1. A great destruction, especially by fire.
2. Murder by the Nazis if over six million Jews and millions of other people in WW2
Referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control.
1. A covered walk along the inside walls of a building, usually looking out on a courtyard.
2. A monastery of similar place of religious seclusion.
To prevent, to make impossible.
A person who avoids mixing with people.
Claudo, claudere, clause, clausum