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PAN r.
greek for all
pandemonium
uproar
panacea
a cure-all for diseases or troubles
OMNIS r.
Latin for all
omnipotent
having unlimited power; all-powerful
omnipresent
present everywhere
omnivorous
1. feeding on both plants and meats

2. devouring everything, wspescially plants
HOLOS r.
greek for whole
catholic
1. universal; including most things

2. (CApitalized) refering to the Roman catholic church
holocasust
1. a great destruction, espcially fire.

2. (capitilized) murder by the Nazis of over 6 million Jews and millions of other people in WW2
TOTUS r.
Latin for whole
totalitarian
refering to a formof goverment in which one peson or party holds absolute conrol.
CLAUDO, CLAUDERE, CLAUSI, CLAUSUM r.
Latin for to close
cloister
a coverd walk along the inside of walls of a bulings, usually looking out on a courtyard

2. a monastery or similar place of religious seclusion.

3. to seclude as in a monestary
preclude
to prevent; to make impossible
recluse
a person who avoids mixing with people.