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FLUO
(L) to flow
confluence
n. 1. the flowing together of two or more elements: streams or rivers, or ideas, influences, or cultures

2. an assembling or flocking together in a crowd
effluent
n. a stream or overflow from a larger body of water, or from a channel or sewer

adj. flowing out
flux
n. 1. a flow

2. a continuous succession of changes
HUDOR
(G) water
dehydrate
v. 1. to remove the water or moisture

2. to lose water or moisture
hydrology
n. the study of water and its effects on and in the earth and in the atmosphere
MAR
(L) sea
MARINUS
(L) marine
cormorant
n. 1. a dark, hook-billed sea bird

2. a greedy person
marinade
n. a liquid often seasoned with spices or herbs to flavor meat or fish for a period of time before cooking
NAUS
(G) ship
NAVIS
(L) ship
NAUTES
(G) sailor
NAUTA
(L) sailor
nauseate
v. 1. to cause queasiness; to cause to feel sick

2. to cause the feeling of repulsion or disgust
nave
n. the long central part of a church, extending from the entrance
PONS
(L) bridge
pontiff
n. a pope or bishop
pontificate
v. to speak with pompous authority

2. the office of a pontiff; papacy
UNDA
(L) wave
undulate
v. to have or to cause to have a wavy motion
redound
v. to reflect or to come back around either favorably or unfavorably (upon a person or thing)
redundant
adj. 1. superfluous; exceeding what is needied or what is needed no longer

2. verbose; needlessly repetitious
inundate
v. 1. to submerge or overflow wiith water; to flood