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Achaic (adj)

archaism (n)
characers of a earlier or primitive era

out of date
Archetype (n)

archetypal-(adj) archetypic-(adj) archetpical-(adj)
an original model from which the rest are copied
Archipelago (n)

archipelagic (adj)
a group of many islands, cluster of islands

a group of diff nations w/in a defined area
Archive (n)

archival (adj)
archivist (n)
collected record of an organization of a person
Anarchy (n)
no form of gov.

disorder and confusion
Oligarchy (n)

oligarch-(n) oligarchic-(adj)
Gov. by the few
Demagogue (n)

demagogic-(adj)
demagogy-(n)
a leader who appeals to listners belief than reason
Demographer (n)
one who studies the characteristics of population, analyze data (birth, death, disease, etc)
Endemic (adj)
commonly found in a particular region
Pandemic (adj)
spread through-out

world wide
Gregarious (adj)
social

perferring to be w/group of one's kind
Aggregation (n)

aggregate (adj)
a large group of people/things
Egregious (adj)
really bad
outrageously bad
Icon (n)
an image/representation/symbol

representation of a sacred person/event

person greatly admired for a particular talent
Iconoclastic (adj)
breaking/destroying images

attacking or overthrowing tardition or popular ideas, institution or convention.
Conducive (adj)

conduce-v
conduciveness-n
promoting, tending to bring about; being partly responsible for
Induce (v)

inducible-adj; inducement-n; inducer-n
to persuade; to influence

to cause; bring about
Traduce (v)

traducer-n
to slander, tell lies/gossip about another person
Redoubt (n)
small fort defending an important point

place of refugee/shelter
Hegemony (n)

hegemonic-adj
dominance; predominant influence, as of a state, region, or group, over another or others.
Exegesis (n)

exegete-n; exegetic-adj; exegetical-adj; exegetics-n
through explantion/interpertation of a text (scared text)
Annunciation (n)

annunciate-v; annunciator-n
annoucement; proclamtion

annoucement made to mary about Jesus being a god
renunciation (n)

renunciative-adj; renunciatory-adj;
an action or statement in which something is given up.

rejected
abandoned
sacrificed
Polity (n)
an organized society w/a specfic form of gov.
Politic (adj)
Using or marked by prudence, expedience, and shrewdness

Crafty; cunning
Potentate (n)
monarch; ruler w/great power
Puissant (adj)

puissance-n
mighty, powerful; forceful
Regalia (n)
emblems and symbolys of royalty, rank, office, institution.

finery, elaborate attire.
Regency (n)

regent(n)
office/period of regent; one who administers for a monarch during interregnum

style of dress, furniture, archtecturic characteristics of regency period in England.
Viceroy (n)
a governor or ruler excercising authority on behalf of a soveriegn in a provine or a colony.
Duco, Ducere, Duxi, Ductum
to lead
Hegaisthai
to lead
Polis

Politikos
city

citizen
Possum
to be ablt to
have power to
Rex
Regis
king
Arkhein

Arkhos
to begin;to be first

ruler; 1st in rank
Demos
people
Grex, Gregis
flock, herd, crowd
Eikon
likeness; image