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-ambul-, -ambulat-
walk
abulatory
able to walk about
somnambulist
walked in sleep
perambulator
baby carriage or buggy
-cur(r)-, -curs-, -course
run, running
concurrently
at the same time
current
"running" water
course
race to be run
excursion
special trip (a running out from or forth)
-migr(a)-
travel, move (from place to place)
immigrants
travel into a country
emigrants
travel out of a country
-scend-, -scent-
climb
transcendent
"climbing" beyond the power of words to express
-dict-, -dictat-, -loqu-, -locu-
say, command, talk, speak
dictates
says
dictatorial
commanding
indictment
charge spoken against a culprit
edicts
commands
colloquy
talking together
interlocutors
speakers
-logue-, -logy-
speaking, speech, science
eulogy
speech of praise
-mand-
order, command
remand
order
mandate
command
mandatory
required by law
-nounce-, -nunci-, -sert-
declare, state
denounces
declares its disapproval of
renounced
declared it vacant
annunciation
act of declaring
assert
state
-parl-
talk, speak
parlance
way of speaking
parley
conference
parlor
room for conversation
-rog-, -quir-, -quisit-
ask, say, declare
interrogate
ask questions
abrogate
cancel it
derogatory
saying or expressing a low opinion
prerogative
to ask
disquisition
statement
-don(a)-, -ded-
give
condone
make allowances
dedicate
give
-junc(t)-, -juga-
join
junction
joining
injunction
enjoining action
subjugate
put them under a yoke
-merge-, -mers-
dip, plunge, sink
submerge
dip
-plac-, -placa-
please, appease
placid
soothing
implacable
not appeasable
-sequ-, -secut-
follow
sequel
follows
sequence
series
consequence
result
persecuted
followed to torment
-somn-, -dorm-
sleep
insomnia
sleeplessness
dormitory
place for sleeping
dormant
asleep
-stringe-, -strict-
draw together
stringent
tight
astringent
draws together
-struct-
build
instruct
build knowledge into
-sume-, -sump(t)-
take (upon)
assume
take it upon oneself
unassuming
not taking on a sense of importance
-tend-, -tense-
stretch
distended
stretched
-vince-, -vict-
conquer, overcome
evince
overcomes the desire to conceal it
-dexter-
skillful(especially with one's hands)
ambidexterous
skillful with both hands
-dom-, -domin-, -domit-
home, official residence, rule, control
domestic
home-type
dominate
rule, govern
indomitable
almost uncontrollable
-frater(n), -fratri-
brother
fratricide
killing a brother
-mater(n)-, -matr-, -metro-
mother
metropolis
mother city
-nasc-, -gen-
born, birth
renascence
rebirth
congenital
existing from birth
genitive
possessive
generate
give birth to
regeneration
being renewed or reborn
primogeniture
inheritance by the firstborn
-(o)nym-, -nomin-, -nomen-
name
annoymous
no name attached
acronym
name from word tips
-pater(n)-, -patri-
father
patrimony
inheritance from the father
-arch-, -archeo-
first (oldest), chief, ruler
archangel
first or chief angel
anarchy
no ruler or government
hierarchy
rulers
-crat-, -cracy-, -pot-
powerful, ruler
democracy
government gives power
potential
capacity or power to perform
-equ(i)-
equal, even
equanimity
evenness of temper
-grati-, -gratu-
please, pleasing, agreeable, free
gratis
free
congratulate
tell how pleased you are
gratuitous
given freely
-greg-
gather, forming a herd or group
aggregation
group
-juris-, -jure-
law or justice, swear or take oath
jurisdiction
law system
jurists
law experts
perjury
swearing
-liber-
free
liberal
frees
liberalize
make it freer in providing benefits
-plent-, -plent-, -plete
fullness
replenishes
makes it full again
plenitude
fullness
plenary
full or complete
plenipotentiary
with full power to act
expletive
exclamation or oath
-polit-, -civi-
citizen
-popul-, -demo-
people
democracy
people rule
-urb-, -poli-
city
urbanized
city-dwelling
uni-, unit-, mono-
one
du-, bi-
two
tri-
three
quadr-, tetr-
four
quin-, pent-
five
sex-, hex-
six
spet-, hept-
seven
oct(o)-, octa-
eight
nona-, nov-, ennea-
nine
dec-, deci-, deca-
ten
cent-, hect-
hundred
mill-, milli-, kilo-
one thousand
multi-, poly-
many
semi-, demi-, hemi-
half
-annu-, enni-
year(s)
-gamy-, -nub-, -nupt-
marriage
-later-
side, sidewise
-meter-
measure
-ped-, -pede-, -pod-
foot