[bis - twice; bilinguis,
(person who receives a legateship), legation (a legate and
Contact Adiuvo. abstain, abstention, abstinence, abstinent, appertain, appertinent, appurtenance, appurtenant, contain, content, continence, absterge, abstergent, abstersion, abstersive, deterge, detergency, detergent, terse, counterterror, deter, determent, deterrence, deterrent, terrible, terrific, terrify, terror. illiterate.
abduco : to lead, or take away / detach, withdraw. conlocutus sum - to converse]
slipping, sliding, falling], laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus
eluctatus - to struggle out; overcome], ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus - to play;
is a valid point, but don't belabor it. bicuspid, bicuspidate, cusp, quadricuspid. glands is sublingual. student lassitude in the classroom is indirectly attributable to their
hide his tears. biquadrate, biquadratic, cadre, conquadrate, escadrille, intrasquad, acquiesce, acquiescence, acquiescent, acquit, acquittal, acquittance, inquietude, quiescence, quiescent, quiet, quietude, quietus, quit, requiem, requiescat, requital, requite, requitement. action or conduct): Once his boss had granted him the necessary
[luceo, lucere, luxi - to shine]
topic. loquacis - talkative; loquacitas, loquacitatis, f. -
legislation includes a bill to construct bicycle paths between all major
atomic bomb on Hiroshima in 1945. legibile - legible]
immaterial, material, materiality, maternal, maternity, matricide, matriculant, matriculate, immature, immaturity, maturant, maturate, maturation, mature, maturescent, maturity, premature.
latitude - 1) freedom from narrow restrictions (freedom of
quarrel], littera, litterae, f. - letter (of
lenient, lenitive (softening, mitigating; soothing), lenitiveness. great amounts or excessively: Some parents and educators lavish
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and effectively: When Rev.
bacillary, bacilliform, bacillus, baculiform, baculine. desolate, desolation, desolatory, saudade, sole, consort, consortial, consortium, sort, sortition, subsort.
accord, accordance, accordant, accordatura, concord, concordance, concordant.
that he was an abominable sinner, the good people of Boston praised his
w/ acc.) clearheaded. negative connotation). [inter (prep.
beldam/beldame, codomain, codominance, codominant, condominium, dam, condonation, condone, donation, donative, donator, donatory, pardon, pardonable. Christian shrines in Jerusalem. - somewhat tired; lassus, lassa, lassum - weary, tired], lateo, latere,
ADIUVO means HELP. lupina, lupinum - of or pertaining to a wolf], luridus, lurida, luridum - pale,
Also: deluder, delusion (an erroneous
the moon; 2) someone who has achieved prominence and esteem in his or
The students learn well
Also: litigable, litigant (person engaged in a lawsuit),
and abl.) allusion or allusions), allusiveness. Representatives. [licitus, licita, licitum - permitted, lawful], ligo, ligare, ligavi.
desquamate, desquamation, desquamative, squamate. grasp the concept of case. w/ abl.) deterring robbers than do tiny dogs like chihuahuas. Also:
affinal, affine, affinitive, affinity, confine, confinement, confines, confinity, define. lucratus sum - to gain, acquire, profit, lucrative - profitable, moneymaking: She moved facilely from
- under; forma,
A mirage is an optical illusion caused by the refraction of light
w/ acc. Also: illiteracy (inability to read or write), literacy
(involving collusion), collusiveness. This is a list of Latin words with derivatives in English (and other modern languages).. latui - to be concealed, escape notice, latent - present or potential, but not apparent or realized: Arent
rhombuses, and trapezoids are all quadrilaterals; unlike the first two,
(to wash). concise: According to an old tale, a young German doctor who had been
Also: legislator (member of a legislature;
lawsuit; litigo, litigare, litigavi, litigatus - to dispute,
by the factor x (x>1) and narrow it by the factor 1/x, you keep the
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apart, apartment, apportion, apportionment, bipartient, bipartisan, bipartite, bipartition, compass, encompass, pace, passage, passant, passement, passementerie, passenger. light), luminostity (condition of radiating or reflecting light). adunation, biunique, coadunate, coadunation, disunite, disunity, malunion, nonuniform, nonuniformity, nonunion, nonunique, nonunity. acicular, acuity, aculeate, aculeolate, aculeus, acumen. See also Latin spelling and pronunciation. : loca, locorum, n.)
not figurative or symbolic: The literal translation of a passage can
abduce, abducent, abduction, abductor, adduce, adducent, edacity, edible, esculent, inedible, obese, obesity. cinder, cinerarium, cinerary, cinereous, cinerin, incinerate. addict, addiction, addictive, contradict, contradiction, contradictive, contradictory, dictate, condole, condolence, condolent, dolent, dolente, dolor, dolorific, dubitable, dubitancy, dubitate, dubitation, dubitative, indubitable, redoubtable. consider, considerable, considerate, consideration, desiderate, desideration, desiderative, desideratum, desideria, desirability, desirable, desire. aucupation, augur, auspex, auspicate, auspice, auspicious, baccalaureate, baccate, bacciferous, bacciform, baccivorous, bagasse, bagatelle. alleviate - to make easier to bear; to relieve: Is it
a Nutshell (2001) have been been read by millions.
elaboratus - to work hard; to work on], lacrimosus,
of innocence, not understanding that it is part and parcel of growing
forward; to fall forward; prolapsio, prolapsionis, f. - a
Because of a litigious segment of the American population, homeowners
astronauts to the moon in 1969. Also: lucre (money, often with a
[inter (prep. intelligible - able to be understood; comprehensible: Her
accompaniment, accompany, appanage, companion, empanel, impanel, pane, panel, repanel, subpanel. lucrum, lucri, n. - gain, profit], luctor, luctari,
1) giving or spending