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retentive
1). serving to retain; having the tendency or the ability to retain; 2). able to remember; having a good memory
teneo - to hold
sacristy
a room in a church where the sacred vestments and vessels are kept
sacer - sacred holy
assiduous
working hard, steadily, and attentively; diligent
sedeo - to sit
gratuity
1). a gift of money for a service
gratuitus - not paid for, done without pay, free, voluntary
immemorial
extending back into the past beyond the bounds of memory; ancient
memoria - memory
probate
(v) to establish the validity of a will (n). the act or process of proving the validity of a will (adj) having to do with probate
probo - to prove; to aprove of
bounteous
1). giving freely and generously 2). abundant, plentiful
bonus - good
circumambulate
to walk around
circum - around; ambulo - to walk
relic
an object or custom remaining from the past
reliquus - remaining, rest of
iniquity
wickedness
aequus - level; fair, just; like, equal;
countersign
to authenticate by an additional signature; to sign ( a document already signed by another) as a confirmation
contra - against; signum - a sign
sociopath
a mentally ill person who lacks moral responsibility and behaves in an aggressively antisocial manner
socius - an ally, comrade