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MIKROS r.
greek for small
microbe
an organism invisible to teh naked eye, especially on that causes disease.
microcosm
a minature world; something that resembles something else on a very small scale.
MINUO, MINUERE, MINUI, MINUTUM r.
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MINUS r.
latin for to lessen
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latin for less
miniscule
extremely small
minutia
a small or trivial detail
TENUI, TENUARE, TENUAVI, TENUATUMr.
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TENUIS r.
latin for to make thin
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latin for thin
attenuate
1. to make slender or small.

2. to weaken; to reduce in force or value.
tenous
1. thin in form

2. flimsy; having little substance or validity.
SATIS r.
latin for enough
satiate
to satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess.
IMPLEO, IMPLERE, IMPLEVI, IMPLETUM r.
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PLENUS
latin for to fill
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latin for full
comply
to do as one is asked or orderd
implement
1. a tool or utensil

2. to carry out; to put into effect.
replete
1. well stocked or ambundantly supplied

2. completely filled; utterly satisfied.
expletive
an exclamation or oath, often obsecne.
expletive
an exclamation or oath, often obsecne.