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hosp-
host

guest
host-
host

guest
am-
amare "to love"
im-
amare 'to love'
hosp-
host

guest
host-
host

guest
am-
amare "to love"
im-
amare 'to love'
amiable
adj.
friendly, good natured
amicable
friendly, peaceful ()
Often describes relations between groups or nations.

Between people it indicates a rather formal friendliness.
enamored
charmed or fascinated; inflamed with love()
often followed by "of" and "with"
inimicable
hostile, unfriendly, harmful()

'in' negates 'im'

The inimicable power of fundamentalist Christians grows every year.
rarely describes people

Often describes forces, concepts or situations
paramour
n
a lover, often secret, not allowed by law or custom()

'par' = by or through
usually refers to the love of a married man or woman
par-
by or through
crim-
fault, crime

accusation
incriminate
v.
to show evidence of involvement in a crime or fault
recrimination
v.
to bring a countercharge against an accuser.
prob-
prove, proof

honesty, integrity
prov-
prove, proof

honesty, integrity
approbation
n.
a formal or official act of approving; praise, usually given with pleasure or enthusiasm
probity
adj.
absolute honesty and uprightness
reprobate
REP-ruh-beyt

n.

a person of thoroughly bad character