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INCIPIO, INCIPERE, INCEPI, INCEPTUM r.
latin for to begin
inception
the beginning of something
incipient
in its eary stages; beginning
NIHIL r.
latin for nothing
annihilate
to destroy completely
nihilism
the total rejection of relious or moral beliefs
NEGRO, NEGARE, NEGAVI, NEGATUM r.
latin for to deny
negate
1. to disprove; to nullify

2. to rule out; to cancel; to repeal
renagade
1. one who deserts a group, cause, faith, etc, an outlaw.

2. like a renegade: traitorous.
VANUS
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VACUUS r.
latin for empty
vacuous
empty, especially of meaning or purpose.
vanity
1. conceit, especially about one's apperance.

2. something worthless or useless.
Vaunt
1. to boast; to brag about

2. a boast
APERIO, APERIRE, APERUI, APERTUM r.
latin for to open
aperture
a opening, esspecially one that admits light.
overt
done or shown openly