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Chapter 15 Vocabulary (page 113, 115):

NOUNS:


rota, rotae, F. = wheel

[rota (British), rotary, rotate, rotation, rotator, rotatory, rotavirus, rotifer, rotiform, rotogravure, rotor, rototill, rototiller, rotund, rotunda, rotundity]



plaustrum, plaustrī, N. = wagon, cart

onus, oneris N. = load, burden [onus, exonerate, onerous]

bōs, bōvis, (dative & ablative plural: bōbus) M./F. = ox (M.), cow (F.)

[beef, bibovine, Bos, Bosphorus, Bosporus, bovate, bovicide, boviculture, bovid, Bovidae, boviform, Bovinae, bovine, bovinely, Bovini, bovovaccination, bovovaccine, Ovibovine, ox , s), oxen (pl)]



nūbēs, nūbis, (gen. pl.) nūbium F. = cloud

[circumnebulous, nebula, nebulizer., nebulate, nebulated, nebule, nebulium, nebulization, nebulize, nebulizing, nebulized, nebulizes, nebulizer, nebulose, nebulosity, nebulosness, nebulous]



pulvis, pulveris M. = dust

[pulverize, pulverable, pulverulent]



Neāpolis, Neāpolis F. = Naples [Naples, Neapolitan]
Neāpolim = to Naples (accusative of motion towards)

auxilium, auxiliī N = help, aid

[auxiliary,auction, auctioneer, augment, augmentation, augmentative, August, august, augustly, augustness, author, authoress, authoritarian, authoritative, authoritativeness, authority, authorization, authorize, auxanogram, auxanography, auxanology, auxanometer, auxesis, auxetic, auxetical, auxiliary, auxiliometer, auxilytic, auxin, auxoautotrophic, auxocardia, auxochrome, auxocyte, auxodrome, auxoflore, auxograph, auxoheterotrophic, auxology, auxometer, auxospore, auxotonic, unauthorized]



auxiliō = with the help (ablative of means)

cubiculum, cubiculī Neuter. = room, bedroom

[accumbent, brachiocubital, concubinage, concubine, covey, cubicle, cubit, decubitus, genucubital, hora decubitus; hor. decub., incubate, incubator, incubus, incumbency, incumbent, procumbent, recumbent, succumb, superincumbent]



olīvētum, olīvētī N. = olive grove

[eleotherapy, lanolin, linoleate, linoleic acid, linoleum, oleaginous, oleaginously, oleaginousness, oleaster, oleate, oleic, oleic acid, oleiculture, oleiferous, olein, oleine, oleo, oleoarthrosis, oleochrysotherapy, oleoduct, oleogranuloma, oleograph, oleography, oleographicm, oleoinfusion, oleomargarine, oleometer, oleo oil, oleophilic, oleophobic, oleo-pneumatic, oleoresin, oleosity, oleosus, oleotherapy, oleothorax, oleovitamin, oleum (singular), olea (plural), olivary, olive, petrol, petrolatum, petroleous, petroleum, seborrhea oleosa]



perīculum, perīculī, N. = danger

[peril, imperil, experienced, experiential, experientialism, experientialist, experientially, experiment, experimental, experimentalism, experimentalist, experimentally, experimentation, experimenter, expert, expertly, perilousness, pert, expertness, imperil, imperilment, inexperience, inexperienced, inexpert, inexpertly, malapert, malapertly, malapertness, peril, perilous, pertly, pertness, quasi experiment, quasi-experimental]



silentium, silentiī N = silence [silence, silencing, silencer, silent, silentiary, silently, unsilenced]

vehiculum, vehiculī N = vehicle

[convection, convey, convoy, envoy, invective, inveigh, invoice, vehicle, vehicular, voyage, vection, vector, vectorial, vectoring, vectors, vectorscope, vehemence, vehement]



vēstīgium, vēstīgiī N = footprint, track, trace [vestige, vestigial, investigate, investigation]

iter, itineris N = journey; march

[itinerancy, itinerant, itinerary, itinerate, adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, coition, coitus, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, obituary, perish, sedition, seditionary, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory]



murmur, murmuris N. = murmur, rumble [murmur]

nōmen, nōminis N. = name; reputation

[nominate, nominee, nomenclature, ignominious, nominal, anonymous, agnomen, allonomous, anomia, anomie, anomy, antinomic, antinomy, antonomasia, binomenclature, binomial, binomialism, cognomen, , ognomination, denominate, denominated, denomination, denominational, denominationalism, denominationalist, denominationally, denominative, denominator, dysnomia, hydronomy, hydronomous, ignominious, ignominiously, ignominy, innominate, lethonomia, misnomer, nomancy, onomancy, onomatophobia, onomonopoeia, onomatophobia, nomenclate, nomenclative, nomenclator, nomenclature, nomenclaturist, nominal, nominalism, nominalist, nominalize, , ominalization, nominally, nominate, nomination, nominative, nominatively, nominee, nomineeism, nomomisia, nosonomy, nothosonomia, noun, nuncupative, onomastics, paranomia, polynomial, polynomial, multinomial, praenomen, raenominal, pronominal, pronominally, pronoun, renown, renowned, renownedly,renownedness, renowner, renownful, renownless, suo nominee = By its own name; surnomial, toxignomic, trinomial, trinomialism, verbal noun]



tempus, temporis Neuter = time

[contemporaneous, contemporary, contemporize, contretemps, equitemporaneous, extemporaneous, extempore, omnitemporal, pretemporal, pro tempore, pro tem, spatiotemporal, supertemporal, tempest, tempestuous, tempo, temporal, temporally, temporarily, temporary, temporicide, temporize, tempus fugit = “Time flies”]



homō, hominis M = man, person; human being

[dehumanization, dehumanize, Errare humanum est = To err is human; homage, homicidal, homicidaly, homicide, , omicidal, homicidomania, homiculture, hominid, hominivorus, hominoid, hominzation, Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens, homunculus, human, human body, humane, humanely, humaneness, humanism, humanist, humanitarian, humanitarian, humanitarianism, humanity, humanize, humanoid, human relations, infrahuman, inhuman, inhumane, inhumanely, inhumanitarian, , nhumanitarianism, inhumanity, inhumation, superhuman, superhumanely, superhumanity, theohuman, transhumant, transhumance]



VERBS:

expectō, expectāre, expectāvī, expectātus/a/um = wait for, expect [aspect, audiospectogram, auspices, auspicious, cacospectamania, chronospecies, circumspect, conspicuous, despicable, despise, despite, ecospecies, especial, espionage, expect, expectancy, extrospection, haruspex, haruspicate, inauspicious, inspect, inspection, introspect, introspective, perspective, perspicacious, perspicacity, perspicuous, prospect, prospective, prospectus, respect, respective, respite, retrospect, special, species, specification, specify, specimen, specious, spectacle, spectacles, spectacular, spectator, specter, spectral, spectroheliograph, spectrology, spectrometer, spectrophobia, spectrum, speculate, speculation, speculative, speculator, spy, suspect, suspicion, suspicious]

appāreō, appārēre, appāruī, apparitūrus/a/um = to appear

[apparency, apparent, apparently, apparition, appear, appearance, disappear, disappear, disappearance, heir apparent, peer (verb), reappearance, semitransparent, transparence, transparency, transparent]



praetereō, praeterīre, praeterīvī, praeteritūrus/a/um = to go past

[adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, limit, obituary, perish, praeteritio, preterit, sedition, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory]



ADJECTIVES:

longus, longa, longum = long

[elongate, elongation, longeval, longevity, longicaudal, longicaudate, longicaudate, longicauline, longicollous, longicone, longicorn, longilateral, longilingual, longiloquence, longiloquent, longiloquence, longimanous, longimetry, longinquity, longipalp (s), longipalpi (pl); longipalpate, longipalpous, longipedate, longipede, longipennate, longipennine, longiroster, longirostral, longisect, longisection, longitarsal, longitude, longitudinal, longitudinally, longitumity, long (adjective); longer, longest, long (verb); longing, longed, lunge, oblong, prolong, prolongable, prolongation, prolonger, purloin, purloiner, Vita brevis, longa ars= Life is short, art is long.]



tardus, tarda, tardum = slow

[aquitard, retard, retardant, retardation, retarder, tardamente, tardigrade, tardiloquent, tardiloquence, tardiloquy, tardily, tardiness, tardo, tardy, tarrier, tarry]



alius, alia, aliud = other (genitive sing: alterīus//dative singular: aliī) [alias, alibi, alien, alienable, alienate, aliicide, inalienability, inalienable]
aliī… aliī = some…others

ille, illa, illud = that, that famous, the former

[Italian- il, la, lo, le, gli; Spanish – el, los, las; French – le, la, les]



quattuor = four

[quart, quartan, quartation, quarte, quarter, quartered, quarterly, quartern, quartet, quartette, quartic, quartile, quarto, quatercentenary, quaternate, quaternion, quaternity, quatorzain, quatrain, quatre, quatrefoil, quatressential, quatuorvirate]



ūnus, ūna, ūnum (gen : ūnīus; dat: ūnī) = one

[annul, annular, annullable, annulment, disunion, disunionism, disunionist, disunite, disuniter, disunity, E pluribus unum, null, nullification, nullifier, nullify, nullipara, nulliparous, nulli secundus, Second to none., nullisomatic, nullity onion (s), onions (pl), oniony, reunion, reunite, reunitedly, terra , nullius, testis unus, testis ullus, triune, unanimous, unanimity , unanimously, unanimousness, undecennary, undecennial, unicameral, unicellular, unicentric, unicolor, unicorn, unicostate, unicycle, unidactyl, unifarious, unification, unifier, uniflorous, unifoliate, uniform, uniformity, uniformly, uniformness, unify, unigravida, unilateral, unilateralism, unilateralist, unilaterally, unilinear, unilingual, unilluminated, unilobar, unimanual, union, unionism, unionist, unionize, unipara, uniparous, uniped, unipetalous, uniphonous, uniplicate, unipod, unipolar, unipotent, , nipotence, unique, uniquely, uniqueness, uniradiate, uniserial, uniseriate, unisexual, unison, unisphere, unit, unitable, Unitarian, Unitarianism, unitary, unite, united, unitedly, unitedness, uniter, unity, univalence, univalent, univalvular, universal, universalism, universalist, universalistic, universality, universalize, universally, universalness, universe, university, univocal, univoltine, univorous, univore, univory]



duō, duae, duō = two

[double, duet, dulogue, duo, duodecennial, duodecimal, duomachy, duotone, duple, duplex, duplexity, duplicate, duplication, duplicative, duplicator, duplicities, duplicitous, duplicity, indubitable, reduplicate]



trēs, tria = three

[triacid, triact, triactinal, triactine, triad, triadelphous, triage , trialogue, triandrous, triandric, triangle, triangular, triangularis, triangulate, , riangulates, triangulated, triangulating, triangulation, Triangulum, triannual, trianthous, triapsidal, triarch, triarchy, Triassic, triathlon, tribrachial, tribrachius, tribrachteatel, tricameral, tricennial, tricentenarian, tricentennial, tricephalus, triceps, triceratops, Tricerion, trichoic, trichotomy, trichroism, trichromatic, trichromatopsia, triclinium, tricolor, tricorn, tricostal, tricrotic, tricrotism, tricuspid, tricycle, tridactyl, tridactyle, tridactylous, tridactyly, tridecaphobia, triskadekaphobia, triskaidekaphobia, triakaidekaphobia,, trident, tridentate, tridermic, tridigital, tridigitate, tridactylous, tridimensional, tridiurnal, triennial, triennially, triennium, trifarious, trifid, trifocal, trifoliate, trifoliated, trifoliolate, trifoliosis, triforium, trifurcate, trifurcated, trigamist, trigamous, trigamy, trigeminal, , rigeminus, trigeminy, trigenarian, trigenetic, triglot, triglyph, triglyphic, triglyphal, trigon, trigonal, trigone, trigoneutic, trigonid, trigonitis, trigonometry, trigonum (s), trigona (pl), trigram, trigraph, plateau, or igh in , igh or thigh., trigynous, trihedral, trihydric, triiniodymus, trilabe, trilarcenous, trilateral, trilateralism, trilemma, trilingual, trilith, trilithon, trillion, trilobate, trilobed, trilocular, trilogue, trilogy, trimachia, trimastigote, trimensual, trimer, trimerous, trimester, trimestrial, trimester, trimonthly, trimorphic, trimorphism, trimorphous, trinal, trinary, trine, trinity, trinoctial, trinomial, trinomialism, trio, trionym, trionymal, triorchism, triotus, trioxide, tripara, tripartite, triped, tripedal, tripetalous, triphalangia, triphibian, triphibious, triphibious, triphibiously, triphthong, Tripoli, Tripolitania, Tripolitanian, triprosopus, triquetrous, Triangular, triradial, triradiate, trireme, trisect, trisection, tristichia, tristichous, trisulcate, trisyllable, trisyllabic, trisyllabical, tritagonist, tritanopia, tritaph, tritheism, tritheist, tritheocracy, tritone, tritozooid, triumvir, triumviracy, triumvirate, trivet, Trivia, trivia, trivial, triviality, trivialize, trivialization, trivium, trivoltine, triweekly, trixenous, trixeny, trizonal]



quīnque = five

[quintad, quintessence, quintessence, quintessential, quintessentialize, quintet, quintette, quintic, quintigravida, quintile, quintillion, quintillionth, quintipara, quintuple, quintuplet, quintuplicate, sesquiquinta, sesquiquintal, sesquiquintile]



sex = six

[sexadecimal, sexagenarian, sexagenary, sexagenaries, sexagesima, sexagesimal, sexagonal, sexangular, sexcentenary, sexdigital, sexdigitate, sedigitate, sexdigitism, sexennial, sexennially, sexennium, sexivalent, sexpartite, sexradiate, sextant, sextet, sextile, sextillion, sextillionth, Sextodecimo, sextuple, sextupled, sextuples, sextuplet, sextuplicate, sextuplicately, sextupling]



septem = seven

[septangle, September, septemfluous, septemplicate, septemvirate, septenarius, septenary, septenate, septendecillion, septennial, septennium, septentrion, septet, septicentennial, septilateral, septillion, septipedalian, septivalent, septuagenarian, septuagenary, Septuagesima, Septuagint, septuple, septuplet, septuplicate, superseptuagenarian, superseptuagenarianism]



octō = eight

[octachord, octad, octagon, octagonal, octagynous, octahedral, octahedrite, octahedron, octamerous, octameter, octandrous, octandrous, octandrious, octane, octangular, octantoctarchy, octave, Octavia, Octavius, octavo, octennial, octet, octette, octillion, octiparous, October, octodecimo, octodont, octogenarian, octogynous, octolateral, octomerous, octonocular, octopetalous, octoploid, octopod, octoroon, octosyllable, octuple, octuplet, octuplicate, sesquioctava, , esquioctaval]



novem =nine

[November, novemdecillion, novena, novennial; also see nona-]



decem = ten

[dean, December, decimvir, decemviral, decemvirate, decennaries, decennary, decenniad, decennial, decennially, decennium, decibel, decigramme (British), deciliter, decilitre , British), decillion, decimal, decimalism, decimalist, decimalization, decimalize, decimally, decimate, decimation, decimeter, decimetre (British), decimvir, decuman, decurion, decury, dime, duodecennial, duodecimal, duodecimally, duodecimo, novemdecillion, quindecennial, undecennary, undecennial]



quīnquāgintā = fifty

centum = a hundred

[bicentenary, bicentennial, bicentric, bicentricity, cent, cental, centare, centiare, centenarian, centenarianism, centenary, centennial, centennially, centennium, centesimal, centesimate, centigrade, centigram, centilingued, centiliter, centime, centimeter, centimilli, centipedal, centipede, centum, C., centum weight; cwt., centuple, centurion, century, per cent, percent (per centum, %), percentage, percentile, per centum, per cent, quadricentennial, quatercentenary, quincentenary, quincentenary, quincentennial, quincentennial, semicentennial, septicentennial, sesquicentennial, sesquicentenary, sexcentenary, supercentenarian, super-centenarian, tercentenary, tercentennial, tricentenarian, tricentennial]



quīngentī, quīngentae, quīngenta = five hundred

[see centum]



mīlle = a thousand

[bimillennium, mile, mileage, millefiori, millenary, millennial, millennium, millipede, millesimal, milliampere, milliard, millibar, millicurie, millienarian, millienarianism, millifarad, milligram, milliliter, milliliter, millimeter, millimeter, milliohm, million, millionaire, millipede, milliard, milliroentgen, millisecond, millivolt, milliwatt, multimillionaire]



ADVERBS:

diū = for a long time

procul = far away, far off

praetereā = besides, in addition, moreover [adit, ambition, circuit, circuitous, exit, exitus, initial, initiate, intransitive, introit, limit, obituary, perish, praeteritio, preterit, sedition, seditious, transient, transit, transition, transitional, transitive, transitory]

fortasse = perhaps

[fortunate, misfortune; fortuitous, fortuitously, fortuitousness, fortuity, Fortuna (Goddess Fortune, Greek: Tyche), Fortuna fortibus favet = “Fortune favors the Brave,” fortunate, fortunately, fortune, fortune telling, misfortune, unfortunate, unfortunately]



tantum = only, so much [tantamount]

Quot…? = How many…? [quotient, quota]




Continued


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