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ARS, ARTIS
latin for art
artifact
an object made by human beings; often refers to a primitive tool or other relic form an earlier period
artifice
1. craftiness, trickery

2. cleverness, skill.
artless
1. without deceit or cunning; natural; simple.

2. crude, ignorant, uncultured
artisan
a skilled crafts person
AOIDE
greek for song
ode
a poem usually adressed to a piticular person, object or event that has simulated deep and noble feelings in th epoet.
parody
1. to mimic a [lot style or idea for a comica effect

2. a humorous imitation of a piece of literature or music.
rhapsody
speech or writting expression great pleasure or enthusiasm.
CANTO, CANTRE, CANTAVI, CANTATUM r.
latin for to sing
incantation
the chanting of speaking of words see,ing to have magical power or used to create a magical spell.
recant
to take beck a formal statement or belief previously made known.
PINGO, PINGERE, PINXI, PICTUM r.
latin for to paint or to embroider
depict
1. to paint, draw, or express, in a picture or sculpture.

2. to describe; to picture in words
pictograph
a picture or drawing representing words or ideas