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anima
mind, breath, soul
psyche
mind, soul
gnos
know
cogn
know
quer, quest, quis
ask, seek
jud
judge
cred, creed
believe
scrib
write
graph
write
nomen, nom
name
dic
talk
mon
warn
vid, vis
see
phil
love
cant
sing
logos, logy
the study of
animated
lifelike characteristics, lively; vivacious
cognizant
knowing; aware of
inquest
official hearing or investigation seeking the cause of death
credo
set of beliefs; creed
prescribe
to order the use of
nomenclature
system or classification of names
diction
word; enunciation
Francophile
one who loves French languauge, culture, customs, etc.
agnostic
one who does not know if there is a god or not
atheist
one who does not believe in God
graphology
the study of handwriting
magnanimous
very generous
pusillanimous
weak; cowardly
equanimity
calmness; composure
psychology
the study of hte mind and esp. human behavior
psychiatry
the practice or hte science of treating mental illness
psyche
soul
acquisitive
greedy; grasping
inquisitive
curious
querulous
fault-finding; complaining
perquisite
income in addition to salary
judicious
wise; using sound judgement
adjudicate
to pass judgement on
adjudge
to decide
credulity
readiness to believe; gullibility
credulous
gullible; easily deceived
incredulous
doubting; skeptical
credence
belief
circumscribe
to encircle; surround
ascribe
to attribute or assign
proscripted
forbidden
lithograph
a print made from a design on a stone or metal plate
graphic
vividly and clearly described
nominate
to name for an office
nominal
existing in name only
nom-de-plume
pen name; pseudonym
indict
to charge with a crime
dictum
a statement made by an authority
edict
a public proclamation
admonish
to advise, caution, or warn gently
premonition
forewarning, foreboding
remonstrate
to protest, object or disapprove of
visage
face
envision
to imagine something not yet in existence
improvident
lacking foresight or thrift; prodigal
anglophile
love of the British culture, customs, etc.
bibliophile
lover of books
philanderer
unfaithful lover
philologist
one who studies languages; a linguist
incredible
unbelievable
diagnosis
result of investigation or examination
prognosis
prediction of the probable course or outcome of a disease
cognition
thought processes
philanthropist
one who loves mankind enough to give gifts to his welfare
scribe
one who copies manuscripts, etc.
quizical
questioning; puzzled; perplexed
podiatrist
foot doctor
chiropractor
one who treats illnesses by the manipulation of the joints
perjurious
gulity of perjury
peruse
to read or study carefully
cognomen
surenmae; last nmae
incantation
a spell
recant
to publicly renounce a belief
query
a question; to question
cant
trite; insincere, hypocritical talk
incognito
having one's identity concealed; in disguise