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alter
other
altercation, alternative
ami (amicus)
friend
amiable, amicable, amity
amor
love
amorous, enamored
anima
breath, mind, spirit
animation, unanimous
bell (bellum)
war
bellicose, belligerent, antebellum
cad (cadere), cid
to fall
decay, decadence, deciduous
cap
contain
captivate, capacity, capable
capit (caput)
head
capital, capitol, recapitulate
cede, ceed, cess, (cedere)
to move, yield
proceed, accede, exceed, precede, excess, success, procession
cept (capere)
to take, seize, hold
intercept, reception, accept
cid, cis (caedere)
to cut, kill
precise, incisive, homicide
clam, claim (clamare)
to cry, call out
exclaim, proclaim, clamor
clud, clus (claudere)
to shut, to close
include, exclusion, recluse
cred (credere)
to believe, loan, trust
incredible, credulous, creditable
culp (culpa)
fault, guilt
culpable, exculpate
cur, curs (currere)
to run
course, cursor, current, incur, recur, precursory
dict (dicere)
to say, tell
dictate, diction, predict, edict
doc(docere)
to teach
doctor, docile, indoctrinate
duc, duct (ducere)
to lead
deduce, induction, conduct
err (errare)
to go, to lead astray
error, erratum
err (errer)
to travel, to wonder
errand, arrant, erratic
fac, fact, fect, fic (facere)
to make, to do
affect, defect, effect, facsimile
fer (ferre)
to bear, to carry
fid (fidelitas)
faith, loyalty
infidel, perfidious,diffident
flect, flex (flectere)
to bend
reflex, reflection, flexibility
flu, fluct, flux (fluere)
to flow
affluent, fluctuation, fluent, influence, influx
fund (fundare) (fundus)
to base, to bottom
(to) found, fundamental, profundity
fus (fundere)
pour
effusive, foundry, fusion
gen (genus)
kind, sort, birth
genre, homogenous, genetic
genare
to beget
generate, genocide
grad, gress
to walk, go
digress, graduate, progress
gradus
stage or step
grade, gradient, retrograde
greg (gregis)
flock, herd, group
gregarious, integrate
her, hes (haerere)
to cling, to stick
adhesive, coherence, inherent
ject, jet (jacere)
to throw
inject, projection, jettison
jud, jur, jus
to judge, to swear, just, right, law
jury, judge, abjure, perjury
lat (latus)
borne, carried
correlative, related, superlative
leg (legis, lex)
law
legislative, legality, legitimate
locus
place
location, locale, locomotive
locu, loqu (loqui)
to speak
eloquent, loquacious
locutor
speaker
interlocutor, locution
lude (ludere)
to play
interlude, prelude, ludicrous
mit, mitt, miss
to dispatch, to send
emit, permit, transmit, submissive
mob, mot (movere)
to move
promote, demote, motivate, commotion
mor, mort (mortis)
death
immortal, mortified, mortality
ped (pedis)
foot
expeditious, impede, pedestrian
pel, puls (pellere)
to drive, to push
compel, dispel, repel, pulsate, impulse
pend, pens (pendere)
to hang, to weigh, to pay
impend, compensate, append, pension, pensive
ple, plet (plere)
to fill
complete, complacent, deplete
plen (plenus)
full
plenty
pon, pos, posit (ponere)
to place, put
position, propose, component, impose
port (portare)
to carry
comport, portable, portfolio
pot, poten, poss (posse)
to be able
potential, possible
rad (radius)
root, spoke (wheel)
radical, eradicate, radiation
rect, reg (regula)
right, straight
correct, recitfy, direction, erect, regal
regire
to guide, to rule
regime
rupt (rumpere)
to break, to burst
interrupt, disrupt, corrupt
sat (satis)
enough
saturated, insatiable, satisfaction
sci (scire)
to know
science, conscience
scrib, script (scribere)
to write
scripture, manuscript, describe
sect (sectare)
to cute
dissect, intersection
secu, sequ (sequi)
to follow
consequence, sequel
sed, sid, sess (sedere)
to sit
possess, sedation, sedentary
sent, sens (sentire)
to feel
sensual, sentimental, insensitive, consensus
son (sonus)
sound
consonant, sonogram, unison, sonorous
spec, spect, spic (spectare)
to look at, to observe
speculation, spectrum, specter, expect
spir, spirit
to breathe
respiration, inspire, spirit
sta, state, stit (stare)
to stand
instability, obstacle, status
strict, string (stringere)
to draw tight
constrict, restriction, stringent
sume, sump (sumere)
to take
assume, consumption, consume
tact, tang, ting, tig, (tangere)
to touch
tingle, contact, intangible, tactile
ten, tain (tenere)
to hold, to keep
abstain, restain, tenacious
tend, tens(tendere)
to reach, to stretch
tendency, portent, contend
tort(torque)
to twist
extort, tortuous
tract (trahere)
to draw, pull
distract, protract, retract
ver (veritas)
truth
veracity, aver, verification
vers, vert (vertere)
to turn
adverse, aversion, diversion, divert, subvert, revert
vid, vis (videre), (video)
to see
vision, evident, supervise
vit, viv (vivere), (viva)
to live; life
revive, vivacious
vinc, vict (vincere)
to conquer
conviction, victory, eviction
voc, voke (vocare)
to call
evoke, provocative, vocation
volv, volu (volvere)
to roll, to turn
revolve, evolution, convoluted