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78 terms

FINAL Latin Words

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agile
related to doing (quick and light in movement)
omnivorous
eating, devouring all
frangible
breakable
cordial
relating to the heart (friendly)
cogent
driving together (compelling & forceful)
ingest
to carry into (espcially food)
crescent
related to growing (increasing)
sagacious
having the quality of shrewdness, wisdom
nascent
related to being born
equity
equality, "equalness"
senescent
growing old
alumnus
a feeding one (foster son)
querulous
complaining
prolific
making offspring (abundantly productive)
jurisdiction
an asserting of a right
casualty
something by chance or accident, a mishap
credit
trust
sanitary
related to health (cleanliness)
convalesce
to grow very well (recovery of health)
litigation
dispute (suing, law suit)
avail
to be strong toward (be use of)
vascillate
to make waver
rectify
to make right (to correct)
laudible
related to praise (praiseworthy)
transport
to carry across
divergent
related to bending apart
prelude
a playing before (something preliminary)
incoherent
not sticking together (illogical)
risibility
laughableness (ability to laugh)
contemporary
time together
orb
a circle
mundane
related to the world
unity
"oneness", being one
fossil
something dug up
lapidary
related to stone (cutting & engraving of stone)
translucent
related to light through (semi-transparent)
quadruped
four-footed animal
volatile
related to flying (exploding)
nocturnal
related to night
censor
one who judges or appraises
involuntary
not relating to the will
repellent
a thing which drives back
recognize
to come to know again (identify)
conflagration
a blazing together (large disastrous fire)
confluence
a flowing together
neutrality/neutral
being neither
incognito
not recognized (unkown)
egocentric
"I"-centered (self-centered)
vacuum
an emptiness
submerge
to dip under (put under water)
protuberance
a swelling before
fission
a splitting or cleaving
absorb
to suck in (assimilate)
impunity
not punishing (exempt from punishment)
condolence
a grief together (expression of sympathy)
immutable
not changeable
pomiculture
the cultivation of fruit
inhume
into the earth
horticulture
one who cultivates gardens
unctuous
full of ointment (oily or greasy)
piscatorial
related to fishing
bovine
related to cattle (a dull person)
levity
lightness of mind, character, or behavior
depravity
very much crookedness (morally corrupt)
constellation
stars together (a group of stars)
monitory
related to warning
conjugal
related to joining together (related to marriage)
terse
polished (effectively concise)
viaduct
a leading of a road (bridge for carrying over)
beatific
making blessed or happy
elucidate
to make very light/clear
modulate
to make a melody or small measure
integrity
being untouched, not corrupt, honest
explicit
folding out (obvious)
ubiety
"whereness", condition with respect to place
onerous
full of burden, burdensome
impeccable
not faulty (faultless, irreproachable)
etymology
the true meaning of words