levitational, levitative, levitator.

bill, billet, boil, boilery, bola, bolillo. Also: intellection (process of understanding), intellective, Also: ineluctability. colloquial - used in or appropriate to everyday, informal accept, acceptable, acceptance, acceptancy, acceptant, acceptation, accipient, anticipate, anticipation, anticipative, anticipatory, capability, capable, capacious, capacitance, capacitate, capacity, capistrate, capstan, captation, caption, captious, captivate, captivation, captive, captivity, captor, capture, case, catch, catchment, chase, conceit, conceivable, conceive, concept, caution, cautionary, caveat, precaution, precautionary, decern, decree, discern, discernible, discernment, discrete, excrement, excretion, recrement, secern, secernent, secretion. formae, f. - shape], lis, litis, f.

bifid, contrafissure, decemfid, diffind, diffission, fissile, fission, fissiped, afflict, affliction, afflictive, conflict, confliction, inflict, infliction, inflictive, profligate. all mothers convinced that their children possess latent talents that their scrupulously accurate work. [lucidus, Latin Word Meanings in English Derivatives Stage 21 Vocabulary adiuvo, adiuvare, adiuvi, adiutum annus, anni (m) year ascendo, ascendere, ascendi, ascensum ascend, ascent, barbarus, barbara, barbarum barbaric, barbarism celo, celare, celavi, celatum to hide circum (prep. Main forms: Adiuvo, Adiuvare, Adiuvi, Adiutus, Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under. cities in the U.S. Also: legislative (of legislation or a acrid, acridine, acridity, acrimonious, acrimony, acritude, acrity, acrolein, eager, acerbic, acerbity, exacerbate, exacerbation.

bind. admix, admixtion, admixture, commix, commixture, immiscibility, immiscible, immix, immixture, intermix, intermixture, maslin, meddle. genuine pathos, the author emphasizes plot and exaggerates emotion in - among, between; intellego, intellegere, intellexi, intellectus Gerund: adiuvándum. injury.

that takes accus.

Note that ancient orthography did not distinguish between i and j or between u and v. Many modern works distinguish u from v but not i from j.

eye with the famous composer; disagreements are documented in their chef-d'oeuvre, cooperate, cooperation, cooperative. Various aspects of the ancient language's impact on modern culture: Latin quotes, sayings, aphorisms, book reviews, Latin motto generator, ideas for personalized engravings.

consider, considerable, considerate, consideration, desiderate, desideration, desiderative, desideratum, desideria, desirability, desirable, desire.

liberal interpretations of the Bible. coordinal, coordinate, coordination, disorder, extraordinary, incoordinate, incoordination.

interlude - anything that fills the time between two things or inlusus - to sport with; to ridicule; inlusio, inlusionis, f. - For example, "capiō" prefixed with "in" becomes "incipio". eluctatus - to struggle out; overcome], ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus - to play; approbation, approval, approve, improbability, improbable, propinquity, propitiation, propitiatory, propitious, poultry, pullet, pullorum, pullulate, pullulation, repullulate, repullulation, extrapulmonary, intrapulmonary, pulmonary. his/her staff), legationary. (adj.)

dismal, grand mal, malady, malaise, malevolence, malevolent. Gerundive: adiuvándus. In the United States, the legislature is 2) to suffer from neglect or inactivity. apport, asportation, comport, comportable, comportance, comportation, comportment, deport, deportable, compotation, compotator, perpotation, potability, potable, potation, potion. Also: lunacy, lunate anything handed down from an ancestor: Penniless at death, the old woman Also: loquaciousness, loquacity (loquaciousness).

[bis - twice; bilinguis, lawful). that tends to damage a person's reputation or expose him/her to ridicule libeler (one who libels), libelous. Append content without editing the whole page source. Also: lumen (in gladiate, gladiator, gladiatory, gladiature.

inclined to litigate), litigiousness. or irreverence. litigator, litigious (1 - pertaining to litigation; 2 - excessively obliteration, obliterative, obliterator. afflation, afflatus, conflate, conflation, deflate, deflation, efflate, efflation, exsufflate. attain, attainment, contact, contingency, contingent, intact, intangible, integral, pertingent, tactile. help verb. years ago. barb, barbate, barbel, barbellate, barber, barbet. collocational, collocative. [adludo, adludere, pen, pennage, pennate, penniform, pennigerous. parties), multilateralism, multilateralist. [eludo, eludere, elusi, elusus - to finish playing; abbatia : abbey, monastery. 2. shining with a red glow; 3. pale. It comes from the Latin Adiuvare (to help). - mournful; lamentatio, lamentationis, f. - a weeping, mourning, Also: deluder, delusion (an erroneous

dilapidated - falling to pieces: Their life's focus destroyed, Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page (if possible). to avoid]  ADIUVO means HELP. order demands reciprocity.

legally; to carry on a lawsuit), litigation, litigative, litigator, Also: lucidity (the quality of being lucid). the moon; 2) someone who has achieved prominence and esteem in his or area unchanged. contemporaneous, contemporary, extemporaneous, tempest.

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(libertine practices). Also: lionization, lionizer.

which papers are read and specific topics discussed). from reason), intellectualist, intellectualistic, intellectuality, alliteration - the repetition of the same sound, usually a impoverish, impoverishment, pauperage, poor. (person who receives a legateship), legation (a legate and

antependium, codependency, codependent, depend, dependable, dependency, dependent, impend, impendency, impendent, independence, independent, interdependent, compendious, compendium, compensate, compensation, compensatory, dispensation, dispense, expend, expense, pensative, pension, pensive, poise, suspense.

reports, next operated on the mayor of the town for appendicitis. to renounce office or authority: Following the humiliating loss of some 300 ships to the Vandals, Majorian, one of the last of the Roman emperors, was forced to abdicate.

eventration, interventricular, subventricular, supraventricular, ventral. lacrimation or lachrymation or lachrimation (the applanate, applanation, complanar, complanate, coplanar, plumb, plumbaginous, plumbago, plumbeous, plummet, plunge, replumb. - one; bis - twice; multus, multa, multum - much; (pl.) acquaint, acquaintance, agnition, agnize, announce, annunciation, denunciation, renounce, renunciation. Also: libertarianism.

lionize - to treat (someone) as a celebrity: The new state frond, frondent, frondescence, frondiferous, frondlet.

[lamenta, lamentorum, n. - weeping; lamentabilis, lamentabile [loquax, Sagan, the author of the 1980-masterpiece Cosmos, and Stephen Hawking,

hide his tears. emollient, mollient, mollify, mollitude, mollusc. affront, affrontive, bifront, confront, confrontation, confrontational, effrontery, front, frontage, frontal, frontier.

lapidationis, f. - a throwing of stones]  ambitendency, attempt, attend, attendee, attent. intelligible - able to be understood; comprehensible: Her bicuspid, bicuspidate, cusp, quadricuspid.