Latin Derivatives


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Mortatorium
 
an authorized delay or a stopping of a specific activity
Ameliorate
 
To make better; improve
Perjorative
 
Having belittling or derogatory effect or force
Exonerate
 
Free from blame
Cupidity
 
Greed, avarice
Nescient
 
Ignorant, lacking knowledge
Manumit
 
Set free
Dictum
 
A formal statement or announcement
Paludal
 
marshy; produced by marshes
Exacerbate
 
Increase the severity or bitterness of
Subservient
 
submissive, serving in a subordinate capacity
Invalidate
 
To make null or void
Cogent
 
Compelling, forceful
Diurnal
 
Daily, belonging to the daytime
Opt
 
To make a choice
Revere
 
Hold in great awe or respect
Prerogative
 
Exclusive right or privelege
Audacity
 
Boldness
Omniscient
 
All-knowing
Invidious
 
Giving offense, inciting ill will
Mandatory
 
Obligatory, required
Exhort
 
urge, encourage
Iterate
 
repeat
Deciduous
 
shedding or falling off seasonally
Rapacious
 
Predatory, grasping; given to plunder
Riparian
 
pertaining to the bank of a river
Edify
 
enlighten; uplift
Pacify
 
Tame
Jussive
 
Pertaining to command
Tangible
 
Perceptible by touch or capable of being grasped by the mind
Facilitate
 
Make easier
Mores
 
established, traditional customs of a people considered essential for its preservation welfare
Gubernatorial
 
Pertaining to a state governor
Cognitive
 
Perceiving, knowing
Sordid
 
Vile; filthy
Insidious
 
decietful, treachorous
Decadent
 
falling into decay or decline
Postulate
 
claim, demand; fundamental principle
Presume
 
Take for granted
Placid
 
calm
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