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Aisthanesthai
to percieve
aesthete (n)
who cultivates a superior apperciation of beauty, excessive, impractical
aesthetic (adj)
relating to appreciation of beauty
Beo
to make blessed
beatific (adj)
demonstrating extreme joy or blessedness
beatitude (n)
supreme blessedness;exalted happiness

series of declartion of blessedness by Jesus
Bene
well
benign (adj)
kindly; mild and gentle effect

not a cancerous tumor
benignant (adj)
benefical, kindly; especially to inferiors
Benison (n)
a blessing or benediction
Bonus
good
bona fide (adj)
genuine
Bonanza (n)
rich mass of ore
bon vivant (n)
person who enjoys good food, wine, lives a luxurious life
boon (adj)
jolly

a benefit greatly enjoyed
debonair (adj)
suave, urbane
Eu
good
eugenics
study of improving a specie through genetics control
euphemism (n)
use of mild words instead of ones that might offend
euphony (n)
pleasant sounds; especially form a spoken language

lullabies
male

malus
bad
maladroit (adj)
clumsy w/hands

tactless (socially clumsy)
malaise (n)
vague feeling of ill health; depression
malapropism (n)
misuse of a word (unintentional) w/comic effect
Malefactor (n)
evildoer; person who commits a crime
malevolent (adj)
wishing harm to someone; malicious
malign (n,adj)
n:speak harmful lies abt someone/to traduce

adj: an evil disposition, intending harm
malefeasance (n)
misconduct especially by authority
malinger (v)
to pretend to be sick to escape resonsablities
mendum
fault; defect
mendacious (adj)
lying
mendicant (n)
begger
emendation (n)
alteration or improvement of writing to remove errors
peccatum
sin
offense
crime
peccadillo (n)
small sin or fault
impeccable (adj)
flawless
licentia
freedom
licentious
lacking moral discipline; especially in sexual matters
illicit (adj)
illegal