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dillitare
to delight (ital)
dilletante
pater, patris
father
patriot
-mony
Juna Moneta, roman goddess who guarded temple of finance
patrimony
patrimonial
onyma
name
synonym
patronymic
antonym
homonym
archein
to rule
patriarch
matriarch
mater, matris
mother
matrimony
matriarch
uxor
wife
uxoricide
maritus
husband
mariticide
rex, regis
king
regal
regalia
regality
tyrannasaurus rex
dipsa
thirst (gr)
dipsomania
klepte
thief (gr)
kleptomania
incendo, incensus
to set fire (l)
incendiary
incendiarism
ardo, arsus
to burn (l)
arson
akros
highest (gr)
acrophobia
eikon
religious image (gr)
iconoclast
klaein
to break (gr)
iconoclast
gnostos
known (gr)
agnostic
diagnosis
prognosis
theos
god (gr)
monotheism
polytheism
atheism
pantheism
theology
lechier
to lick (fr)
lecher
lechery
prurio
to itch (l)
prurient
hypo
under (gr)
hypotension
hypochondria
vivo
to live (l)
convivial
vivacious
vivid
viviparous
pareo
to give birth (l)
viviparous
oviparous
ovum
egg (l)
oviparous
oval
ovoid
vita
life (l)
vital
vitamin
vitalize
revitalize
devitalize
credo
to believe (l)
credit
credulous
credo
creed
credence
credentials
specto
to look (l)
spectacle
spectator
inspect
retrospect
prospect
conspicuous
perspicacious
perspicuous
acuo
to sharpen (l)
acumen
acute
acupuncture
punctus
point (l)
acupuncture
punctuate
punctual
punctilious
puncture
pungo
to pierce sharply (l)
pungent
pusillus
tiny (l)
pusillanimous
stoa
porch (gr)
stoical
stoic
trepido
to tremble (l)
intrepid
trepidation
scintilla
spark (l)
scintillate
urbs
city
urban
urbane
suburban
rus, ruris
country
rural
rusticate
penuria
need, neediness (l)
penury
penurious
fluo
to flow (l)
affluent
fluent
fluid
influence
opulentus
wealthy (l)
opulent
opulence
ephemera
day fly (gr)
ephemeral
-esce
to begin to
evanescent
adolescent
putrescent
convalesce
obsolescent
pheme
voice (gr)
euphemism
eu-
good (gr)
euphony
euphemism
eulogize
euphoria
thanatos
death (gr)
euthanasia
odyne
pain (gr)
anodyne
bovis
ox or cow
bovine
nostos
a return
nostalgia
voro
to devour
carnivorous
omnivorous
herbivorous
voracious
ubique
everywhere
ubiquitous
carnis
flesh
carnelian
carnival
nervus
nerve (l)
enervate