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cap-
Latin: capere

take, seize
cep-
Latin: capere

take, seize
cip-
Latin: capere

take, seize
incipient
adj.
starting to come into being or become evident
sus-
"up"

susceptible: 'takes up' or absorbs a like a sponge.
- Defined:
open to some influence; responsive; impressionable
fin-
Latin: end, boundary

examples: final, finale, finish
affinity
noun
1. a natural liking for or attraction to a person, thing, idea, etc.

2. relationship by marriage or by ties other than those of blood (distinguished from consanguinity())
consanguinity:
noun
–noun
1. relationship by descent from a common ancestor; kinship (distinguished from affinity)

2. close relationship or connection.
definitive
adj.
1. authoritative and final

2. Specifying perfectly or precisely
infinitesimal
adj.
extremely or immeasurably small
finite
adj.
having definite limits
jac-
jacere (Latin)
to throw
to hurl
jec-
jacere (Latin)

to throw

to hurl
adjacent
adj.
1. near, neighboring

2. Sharing a common boundary or border
conjecture
verb
to guess
ad-
near

toward
de-
down

away
trans-
across
detract
verb

to decrease the importance, value, or effectiveness of something
protracted
adj.

Drawn out, continued, or extended
retraction
noun

A taking back or withdrawal; a denial of what one has previously said
re-
back
tract-
trahere

drag or draw