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AMO, AMARE, AMAVI, AMATUM
L. to love
AMICUS
L. friend
amicable
adj. friendly, peaceable
amity
n. friendship; friendly relations
enamored
adj. in love with; charmned by (used with of)
inimical
adj.
1) harmful
2) hostile, unfriendly
ODIUM
L. hate
odious
adj. hateful; distasteful
PHILOS
G. friend
PHILEO, PHILEIN
G. to love
bibliophile
n. a lover of books
philander
intr. v.

to engage in casual love affairs (referring to men)
philanthropy
n.
1) goodwill to fellow human beings
2) a charitable, gift, act or organization
PHOBOS
G. fear, flight
phobia
n. strong, irrational fear or hatred
acrophobic
n. fear of heights

[ACROS is Greek for "at the farthest point" usually meaning height
hydrophobia
n.
1) fear of water
2) rabies (a usually fatal disease caused by the bite from an infected animal
xenophobia
n. fear or hatred of what is strange or of foreigners

[XENOS is Greek for "stranger"]
PAX, PACIS
L. peace
appease
tr. v. to calm; to satisfy or relieve
pacific
adj. peaceful; serene
pacify
tr. v.
1) to calm; to make quiet
2) to end war or violence