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PATHOS
(G) suffering
antipathy
n. A hatred or dislike
apathy
n. #1. A lack of feeling, energy, or interest.

#2. Indifference
empathy
n. The ability to identify with someone else and understand that person's situation of feelings.
pathological
adj. #1. Referring to pathology, the study of disease.

#2. Caused by disease.

#3. Abnormal in behavior.
pathos
n. A feeling of sympathy; a quality that arouses pity or tenderness.
MISO, MISEIN
(G) To hate
misogamy
n. Hatred of marriage.
misogyny
n. Hatred of women.
DYS
(G) diseased; difficult; faulty; bad
dysentery
n. Severe diarrhea
dyslexia
n. A serious difficulty learning to read in the usual way.
CUPIO, CUPERE, CUPIVI, CUPIDUM
(L) To desire.
covet
tr.v. To crave or desire, especially something belonging to someone else.
cupidity
n. Greed, avarice.
PLACEO
(L) to please
PLACO
(L) to soothe
complacent
adj. Self-satisfied, smug
implacable
adj. Impossible to calm or appease
placate
tr.v. To calm; to pacify; to appease
placid
adj. Showing calmness, peacefulness, or composure