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					                                                    Stage 31 Vocabulary
                  Latin Word                          Meanings in English                                  Derivatives

altus, alta, altum                              high, deep                            altitude, altimeter, altar, exalt, alto
angustus, angusta, angustum                     narrow                                anguish, anxiety, anxious
ante (preposition that takes the accus case)    before, in front of                   antecedent, anterior, antics, antique, antebellum
catena, catenae (f)                             chain                                 chain, concatenations
cliens, clientis (m)                            client                                client, clientele
dux, ducis (m)                                  leader                                duke, ducal, duchess
favor, favoris (m)                              favor, support, applause              favor, favoritism, favorable
fraus, fraudis (f)                              trick, deception                      defraud, fraud, *fraudulent
haudquaquam                                     not at all
īdem, eadem, idem                               the same                              identical, identification, identify
mos, moris (m)                                  custom, mood, fashion, law            moral, *amoral, *immoral, morality, *mores
neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum          to neglect                            neglect
oro, orare, oravi, oratum                       to beg, to plead                      adore, oracle, orate, orator, *inexorable
patronus, patroni (m)                           patron                                patron, patronage, patronize
praeco, praconis (m)                            herald
praetereo, praeterire, praeterii, praeteritum   to pass by, to skip over              preterit, preterition
progressus, progressa, progressum               having advanced                       progress, progression, progressive
publicus, publica, publicum                     public, related to the populace       public, publication, republic, publican
rationes, rationum (f) plural                   accounts (financial)                  ratio, irrational, ratify, reason, rationalize
reficio, reficere, refēci, refectum             to repair, to remake                  refection, refectory
seco, secare, secui, sectus                     to cut                                secant, dissect, intersect, section, segment
serenus, serena, serenum                        calm, clear                           serene, serenity, serenade
spero, sperare, speravi, speratum               to hope, to expect                    despair, desperation, desperate
superbus, superba, superbum                     arrogant, proud, haughty              superb
tempus, temporis (n)                            time                                  *contemporaneous, extempore, tempo, temporary
ubique                                          everywhere                            *ubiquitous
veho, vehere, vexi, vectum                      to carry, to convey                   vehicle, *invective, inveigh, vector
vincio, vincire, vinxi, vinctum                 to bind, to tie up
volvo, volvere, volvi, volutum                  to turn, to roll                      revolve, volume, evolve, involve, revolt
vultus, vultūs (m)                              expression, face, countenance
in animo volvere                                to wonder, to turn over in the mind

    **SAT WORDS TO BE DEFINED AND USED IN A SENTENCE

				
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