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anthropological (adj)

an'thre-pe-loj'i-kel
--the study of human beings

--I took a anthropological class which I have study about human.
vital (adj)

vit'l
--A) referring to life
B) necessary; essential
c) lively; full of ife; busy
--c) The lawyer is vital who usually have many cases to work.
genesis (n)

jen'-i-sis
--origin; beginning
--The genesis of a semester is always lack of homework.
renowned (adj)

ri-nound'

--famous; well regarded
--Madonna is a renowned singer in POP music.

misanthrope (n)

mis'en-throp'
--a person who hates or distrust other people
--The misanthropes are not easy to get along with them who always dislike other people.
viable (adj)

vi'-e-bel
--capable of living; capable of success; workable
--I think the plan going to the mall is viable because I finished my homework.
pseudonym (n)

sood'n-im'
--assumed name; pen name
--A lot of actors have pseuonym for performs purposes.
vivacious (adj)

vi-va'shea
--lively;full of spirit
--She is vivacious who joins many activities and likes to make fun of others.
philanthropist (n)

fi-lan'thre-pist
--one who wishes to help humanity; a person who makes large gift to charity.
--A philanthropist always donate money to help the poor.
genocide (n)

jen'e-sid'
--the planned murder of an entire group
--The genocide of Nanking few days ago, there were about 243 people died.
congenital (adj)

ken-jen'i-tel
--A) existing at birth
B) naturally being a certain way; habitual
--He is congenital smart who never get a B on test.
nominal (adj)

nom'e-nel
--A) in name only
B) a very small amount
--A thousand dollar for Bill Gates is nominal, but it may be a lot for some people.