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mor
death
mortal
can die, fatal
immortal
can't die
morbid
deals with death
morbidity
something that deals with death
moribund
dying out, approaching death
moratorium
a ban; a stopping a practice
morgue
a place for storing the dead
mortuary
a place for preparing the dead
mortician
one who prepares the dead
rigor mortis
hardening of the body after death
mortify
to humiliate
morose
sad gloomy
liter
letter
literal
word for word: real, actual, concrete
literally
noun of word for word: real, actual, concrete
abliterate
to erase, to destroy completely
alliteration
repeating a consenate letter for effect
omnipresent
everywhere
assonance
reapeating a vowel letter for effect
literate
able to read and write
literacy
the ability to read and write
illiteracy
can't read or write
omnivore
an animal that eats all food
ben, bon
good, well
benign
not harmful
omnivorous
eating all foods
benediction
a parting blessing, prayer at end
transsexual
one who changes gender
phil
love
benevolence
act of kindness
carnivore
an animal that eats meat
transparent
something that can be seen through
benevolent
kind
Philadelphia
city of brotherly love
beneficiary
one who gets the goods or money from someone
herbivore
an animal that eats plants
benefactor
a sponser, supporter
philanthropic
giving lots of money to people
translucent
allows light through
hydrophilic
needs constant water
omnibus
a collection, a hodge-podge, a vhicle for all; a bus
philanthropy
practice of giving people money
bona fide
genuine; authentic
Francophile
one who loves France
transcript
an offical written copy
pro bono
work for free (professionl)
Anglophile
one who love England
philter(re)
a love potion, drink
ominous
scary, threatening
biliophile
one who loves books
bon voyage
farwell, "good trip"
philatelist
stamp collector
pedophile
one who "loves" abuses children
bon appetit
have a good meal
exeunt omnes
everyone walks of stage
videophile
one who enjoys watching/making movies
philology
a love for languages
greg
group
necrophiliac
one who loves death, corpes
trans
across
hemophiliac
one whose blood won't clot
congregate
to meet as a group with purpose
transient
n. nomand, hobo
adj. always moving
philander
to cheat, flirt on spouse
omnia
all
omoniscient
all-knowing
transcend
to cross a boundary, border (abstract)
congragation
a group meeting with purpose
audiophile
one who loves to listen to music
philanderer
one who cheats
segregate
to split people into groups
transgress
to break a rule or law
transaction
a business deal
transvestite
a crossdresser
desegregate
to end segregation
Russophile
one who loves Russia
omnipotent
all-powerful
philanthropist
one who loves people by donating money
intergrate
to blend together naturally
Sinophile
one who loves China or Japan
aggregate
randomly grouped
gregarious
friendly; social, prefers groups
egregious
"out of the group" outstandingly bad