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Humanus
<L Human being
Humane
Having the worthy qualities of human beings
Humanism
A Philosophy which humans are the most important
Humanities
Branches ofknowledge than pretain to human culture and fine arts
Anthropos
<G human being, man
Anthropology
The scientific study of human origins
Misanthrop
One who hates humans
Homi, Hominus
<L Man
Homicide
the killing of one person by another or a person who kills another
Vir
<L man
Virile
Having certon charactoristics associated with man such as strength
Gyne
<G Women
Gynecology
The branch of madicine associated with womens reproductive system
Femina
<L woman
Feminism
The belief in male/female equality
Feminist
One who believes in men/women equality
Autos
<G self
Autocrat
A ruler with absolute power

An arrogent dominating person
Automaton
A robot or one who acts like one
Autonomy
Being self governed or indipendant
Autopsy
the examination of a corpse to determine the cause of death
Ego
<L I
egoism
Conceit
Genos,Geneos
Gens, Gentis
Genus, Gentris
<G Race, family
<L Race, clan, family
<L Birth, race, clan, tribe, kind
Genealogy
A record of decent from ones ancestors, the study of ones ancestors
Genocide
The planned anniolation of a race, or political or cultural group
Genre
A class of fine art or litrature
Genteel
Well mannered, refined, polite
Gentry
Aristocratic or well bred people
Hetrogenous
Having completely unrelated parts
Homogenus
Having the same parts
Gigno Gignere Genui Genitum
<L to beget, to bear, to bring forth
Congenital
Existing at birth but not hereditary
Engender
to give rise to, to bring into existance
Genesis
a begining or origin
Indiginous
Native to an area
Ingenious
Cleverly inventive and resourceful
Progenitor
a direct ancestor
Progeny
a direct descendant
Mater, Matris
<L mother
Matrix
The surroundings in which something develops
Matriarchy
A society ruled by women
Matriculate
To register as a studant at a collage
Pater, Patris
<L father
Patriarch
The head of a tribe

An old testament ancestor

A wise man
Patrimony
A family inheritance
Patronage
Support

Customers
Patronize
To go to regularly

To treat as inferior
Patronymic
N A name derived from a maternal ancestor
Frater, Fratris
<L Brother
Fraternal
Brotherly
Fraternize
To be friendly with
Avunculus, Avunculi
<L Uncle
Avuncular
Like an uncle
Famlia
<L Family
Familial
having to do with family
Uxor,Uxoris
<L Wife
Uxorius
Dominated by ones wife
Gamos
<G Marrage
Bigamy
Marrage to two people
Monogamy
Marrage to a single person
Puer
<L A male child
Puerile
Childish, immature
Pais Paidos
<G Child, boy
Orthopedics
Branch of medicine treatind the skelatal system
Pedagogue
A teacher
Pedant
One who pays excessive attention to learning rules rather than understanding
Sum, Esse, Fui, Futurm
<L To be
Entity
Something that exists independantly
Nonentity
Something of no importance
Essence
The basic element

A concintrated substance

perfume
Morior, Mori, Mortuum
<L To die
Mortify
To shame

To dicipline oneself by denial
Mortibund
About to die or end
Postmortum
An autopsy
Thanatos
<G death
Euthanasia
Mercy killing
Nascor, Nasci, Natum
<L To be born
Innate
Possessed at birth
Naive
Childish, immature
Nascent
Emerging, coming into existance
Renaissance
A rebirth or renewal

A renewal of history in the 1800's
Amo, Amare, Amavi, Amatum
Amicus
<L To love
<L friend
Amicable
Friendly, peacable
Amity
Friendship
Enamored
Charmed by
Inimical
Harmful

Hostile
Odium
<L Hate
Odious
hateful
Philos
Phileo, Philein
<G To love
<G To love
Bibliophile
One who loves books
Philander
To engage in cassual love affairs (refers to men)
Philanthropy
Goodwill to all human beings

A charitable gift or act
Phobos
<G Fear
Phobia
A strong irrational fear
Acrophobia
Fear of hieghts
Hydrophobia
Fear of water
Xenophobia
Fear of outsiders
Pax, Pacis
<L peace
Appease
To calm, or satisfy
Pacify
To calm

To end war or violence

Pacifist
Pacific
Peaceful, calm
Pathos
<G Suffering
Antipathy
A hatred or dislike
Apathy
Without feeling, indifferent
Empathy
The ability to identify with ones feelings
Pathological
Refering to the study of disease

Caused by disease

Abnormal behavier
Pathos
A feeling of sympathy
Miso, Misein
<G To hate
Misogamy
Hatred of marrage
Misogyny
Hatred of women
Dys
<G Diseased, difficult, faulty, bad
Dysentary
Severe diarrhea
Dyslexia
Severe trouble reading
Cupio, Cupere, Cupivi, Cupidum
<L To desire
Covet
To crave or desire
Cupidity
Greed; averice
Placeo, Placere, Placui, Placitum

Placo Placare, Placavi, PlacAtum
<L To Please

<L To soothe
Complacent
Smug
Implacible
Impossible to please
Placid
Showing calmness
Placate
To calm
Domus
<L House
Domicile
A home
Domestic
Related to home

Tame

Native
Dominus
Lord, Master
Domain
Territory
Domineer
To dominate
Dominion
Area of influence
Dormio, Dormire, Dormivi, Dormitum
<L To sleep
Dormant
Asleep
Somnus
<L Sleep
Somnolent
Sleepy; drowsey

Causing sleep
Lavo, Lavare, Lavi, Lautum
<L To wash
Ablution
The washing of the body as ritual purification
Deluge
A downpoor, a great flood
Vestis
<L Garment
Divest
To strip away, espetially a title, property, material possessions, or clothes
Investiture
A ceremony where one recieves authority and symbols of office
Travesty
An inferior immitation
Vestament
A garment that indicates position
Vested
A concetn for personal intrest

Dressed in vestaments

Absolute
Coquo, Coquere, Coxi, Coctum
<L To cook
Concoct
To mix ingredients

To devise
Cuisene
A charactoristic style of cooking
Precocious
Showing unusually urgent mental development
Voro, Vorare, Voravi, Voratum
To devour
Carnivourous
Meat meating
Herbivourous
plant eating
Vouracious
Extremely hungery

Eager for some activity or intrest
Mel, Mellis
<L Honey
Melifluous
sweet as honey
Sal
<L Salt
Saline
Having to do with salt
Bibo, Bibere, Bibi, Bibitum
<L To drink
Imbibe
To drink

To take in
Poto, Potere, Potavi, Potum
<L To drink
Potable
Fit to drink
Potion
A liquid for drinking (used to discribe poisen or something with magical or medical use
Ludo, Ludere, Lusi, Lusum
<L To play
Allude
to make an indirect referance to
Collusion
A conspiricy
Delusion
A false belief or opinion held in spite of contradictory evedence

A deception
Elude
To escape by cunning
Caput, Captis
<L head
Capitalist
A person who has invested personal wealth in buissness

A very wealthy person
Capitulation
Surrender, ending resistance
Decapitate
To cut off the head of: to behead
Precipice
A very steep verticle cliff face

The edge of a dnagerous situouation
Precipitate
To throw down from a great hieght

To make happen suddenly or quickly
Recapitulation
The restatment of the main idea

A summery or precise review
Cerebrum
<L brain
cerebral
Pretaining to the brain
Cerebration
Tha act of thinking
Facies
<L Face, Form Shape
deface
To mar or spoil the appearance of something
Efface
To wipe out: to obliterate

To make oneself inconspicuous
Facade
The face of a building

The face of anything: espacially an artificial one.
Facet
One of the many sides of a cut jewel or stone

An aspact of a situouation or tooth
Frons, Frontis
<L Front, forehead, face
Affront
To insult intentionally: to offend or embaress
confront
To stand or come directly in front of

To face with defiance
effrontery
Flippant or insulting boldness
Supercilium
<L Eyebrow
Supercilious
Disdainful: haughty and aloof
Os, Oris
Oro, Orare, Oravi, Oratum
<L mouth
<L To speak
inexorable
Relentless, umyielding
oracle
A shrine where ancient greeks consulted a god for advice or property

A Prophacy made in this shrine

A person who transmits prophacy from a deity

A person or thing regarded as able to give wide guidance
oration
an address or formal speach
oriface
A mouth or vent: an opening
Osculate
To kiss
Dens, Dentis
<L Tooth
Indentation
A cut or notch
Indenture
A written contract between 2 parties

An agreement binding an apprentice to work for a master
trident
A long 3 pronged fork or weapon
Odon, Odontos
<G tooth
orthadontist
A specialist who corrects irregurely positioned teeth
Gurges, Gurgetitis
<L throat, whirlpool
gorge
A deep narrow passage with rocky sides enclosed between 2 mountins

Gluttonous eating

a feeling of nausua
disgorge
To expell from the throat or stomach: to vomit

To discharge violently
Gargantuan
Of imminse size: collosal
gargoyle
a grotesque carved human or animal: especiallyone used as a rainspout for clear water
regurgitate
th cause to pour back or cast up partially digested food: to vomit

to rush or surge back
Caro, Carnis
<L flesh
carnage
The killing of many people
carnal
Relating to the desires and appitites of the flesh
carrion
Dead and decaying flesh
Incarnate
Emboddied in human form
Collum
<L Neck
accolade
Any honer, award, or expression of approval

A cerimonial tap on the shoulder with the flat side of the blade
Decolletage
A low necklie on a garment, a garment with a low neckline
Corpus, Corporis
<L Body
Corporal
relating to or having the effect on the human body
corporial
Charactoristic of or resembling the human body

Having material substance; able to be seen
corps
A military orginization of officers or of officers and enlistees

An army unit

A group of people having a common purpose or direction
Corpulent
Excessivly bulky: Fat
Corpus
A body or collection of writings

A structure of special character in an animal
Cor, Cordis
<L Heart
Accord
Harmony: agreement

To grant or bestow upon

To agree
Cordial
Hearty, warm, sencere

Stimulaing

A Liquer
Concordance
A state of agreement: Harmony

An Alphabetical index of all the words in a piece of text or collection of texts showing every occourance of a word
Os, Ossis
<L bone
ossify
To turn into stone: to become bony

To become rigid
Derma
<G skin
Dermatology
The scientific study of skin and its deseases
epidermis
The outer protective layer of skin or outer layer of various organisms
Dorsum
<L the back
Dorsal
Pretaining to the back
Dossier
A set of documents cointaining information about a person thing or event: a file
Endorse
To write ones signature on the back of a check or other document

To sign a contract

To acknowledge receipt of payment

To actively resort: to sanction
Gaster, Gasteros
<G stomach
Gastric
Pretaining to the stomach
Gastronome
A person who is knowledgable about good food and drink: a gourmet
Nervus
<L sinew, nerve
Enervate
To deprive of strength: to weaken
Sanguis, Sanguinis
<L blood
Sanguine
Cheerful, Hopeful

Reddish or ruddy
Consanguinity
Blood relationship

Any close relationship
Sedeo, sedere,sedi, sessum
<L to sit, to settle
Assiduous
Unceacingly attentive: devoted

Persistant, Diligent
Dissident
Differing, disagreeing

A person who disagrees
Seance
A meeting at which a spiritualist attempts to raise the dead
Sedantary
Charactorised by much sitting

Remaining in one area: not migratory
Supersede
To take the place of: to replace