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Classics
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CLA201H1
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Traill
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Winter

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Lecture 1 Lati Greek Root Definition Examples n Avis Ornis, Bird ornithos Theos God Etymo- True Logos Word Dorsum Back Part 1: Latin Lecture 2: Latin Prefixes Lati Gree Root Definition Examples n k Galac- Milk Galaxy, galactose Cf. Confer Compare Ferr Carry Circumference e Scribe Write Circumscribe Hydor Hydrate Water Dehydrate Mare Sea Prefixes Meaning Examples A-, Ab-, Abs- Away Abnormal, aberration, aversion, abstract Ad- To(ward), near Accomodation, affluent, aggregate, annex, (Ac-c, Af-f, Ag-g, Al-l, An-n, Ap-p, As- appetite s, At-t) NB. Ad-simulation -> assimulation Ambi-, ambo-, amb-, am-, an- Around, on both sides Ambition, ambiguous, ambient, ambidextrous Ante- Before (time or place) A.M. (ante meridiem = before midday) Antero-/Anterior More before (derived from ante) Bi- (bis-/bin-) Twice Bilateral, binocular Circum- Around Circumference, circumscribe Co- (Col-l, com-b/m/p, con-n, cor-r) With, together, completely Coeducational, commercial, coordinate, corrugated Contra-/Counter- Against, opposite Contraceptive, counterproductive De- Down from Decision, dementia, dehydrate Demi- Half Demigod Dis- (Dif-f, di-) Apart from Different, discrete Ex- (e-, ef-f) Out of Exit, export, excrete Extra-, extro- Beyond, on the outside Extraordinary, extrasensory In- (Im-m, ir-r) In, on Inflame, import, irradiate Infra- Below Infrastructure Inter- Between Interact, intercede, interchange Intra- Within Intramural, intravenous Intro- Within, inward Introspection In- (il-l, im-m, ir-r) Not Illegal, inability, impotent, irrational Intus- Within Juxta- Beside, near to Non- Not Non-flammable, non-conductor Ob- (O-, Oc-, Op-) Against, in the way Object, obstruct, obvious Per- (Pel-) Through Per annum, percent, perfect, pellucid Post- After, behind Post meridiem (PM), post-mortem, post- pone Postero- Behind Postero-lateral Pre- Before, in front of Prefix, preposition, prescribe, preserve Preter- (Praeter-) Beyond, past, more than Preter-natural Pro- Before, in front of, forth Proposition, proscribe, propose, promote Re- (Red-) Back or again Reflex, react, redundant, repetition Retro- More back Retrograde, retroactive Se- Apart, free from Secretion, segregation Semi- Half, somewhat Semicircle, semipermeable Sub- (Suc-, Suf-, Sup- Sus-) Under, below, near, somewhat Subject, suffix, submit, suspense, substratum Super- (Sur-) Over, above, excessively Superscript, supernatural, surplus Supra- Above, upon, upper Supra-renal Trans- Across Transfusion, transportation Ultra- Beyond, excessive Ultrasound, ultraviolet Lecture 3: Latin Suffixes Substantival Noun Suffix Suffixes Meaning Examples -or (to past participle/part B) Agent Actor, extensor, flexor, vector, motor, factor (-tor, -sor) -ion, -ure (to past participle) Action or condition resulting from action Action, fusion, adhesion, junction, fissure -men, -mentum [-ment] (to Action, or condition resulting from action Fragment, sediment, ligament, segment Part A) -ulum, -b/culum, -b/c/trum (to Instrument Curriculum Part A) -tia, -ity, -tude, -or (not – Quality, condition or state Dementia, tremor, tumor, magnitude, odor, t/s/xor) (to Part A) or -ce humor, honor -arium, -orium, -ium (to Part B Place, space, apparatus Aquarium, auditorium, solarium verb or noun) -ry Place Aviary, laboratory -ulus (-olus after vowel), Small Nucleolus, radiculus, flagellum, lamella, -culus (-cle), -illus, -unculus, globule, ventricle, cuticle -ellus Also –(c)ula, -illa, -uncula, ella) Adjectival Suffixes Suffixes Meaning Examples -i/ble [to Part A/B] Ability, capability, capacity Fragile, volatile, flexible, audible, soluble -id [to Part A] Condition, state Flaccid, frigid, rigid, turgid -ous or -ine (also –a and –um Made of, having the quality of, like Ferrous, igneous, noxious, cutaneous endings) -ive [to Part B] Nature of or quality of Active, locomotive -al, -ar, -ile Having a connection with, pertains to Abdominal, cortical, dorsal, digital, cerebral, alveolar, jugular, senile, infantile -anus, -enus, -aneus, -(i)ensis,Place, origin, belonging to Subterranean -(e)stris -an(e)a/us/um, -ena/us/um -ose, -lent Full of Fibrous (should be fibrose, only exception), adipose, virulent, cellulose, corpulent, succulent Verbal Suffixes Suffixes Meaning Examples -ate To put into action, do Attentuate, elaborate, radiate, stimulate -sc-, -scent Step-by-step -ent -ing Adverbial Suffixes Suffixes Meaning Examples -ad To(ward) Caudad, dextrad, dorsoventrad Latin Gree Root Definition Examples k Serere Se- To sow seed Semen Specere Speci- To look at Specimen Sedere Sedi- To sit Sedimentum Pati, Patien- To suffer Patience patiens Purum Pur- Pure Purity Magnum Magni- Large Magnitude Altum Alti- High Altitude Aqua Aqu- Water Aquarium Dens, Dent- Tooth Interdentium dentis Globus Glob- Ball Globule Capsa Caps- Box Capsule Corpus Corpus- Body Corpuscle Pupa Pup- Doll Pupil Solvere Solu- Release Soluble Ingus Ign- Fire Igneous Cutis Cut- Skin Cutaneous Infans, Infant- Non-speaking Infantis Vir Vir- Male Virile Senex Sen- Old person Senile Terra Terr- Land Terrain Cella Cell- Room cellulose Succus Succu- Juice Succulent Somnus Somno- Sleep Labor Labor- Work Elaborate Ruber Rube- Red Rubescent Flos Flora- Flower Florescence Cardo, Card- Pivot Cardinal cardinis Ordo, Ord- Row or series Ordinal ordinis, Latin Numerals Root Meaning Examples Un-, Prim- One, first Unilateral, univalent, reunient, unilaminar, primary, primacy, primordial Duo-, Secund- Two, second Dual, duplex, duoparental, secondary Tres-, Tri-, Tert- Three, third Triangle, trident, tertiary Quadr-, Quart- Four, fourth, fourfold Quadrilateral, quartile, quadrivalent Quin-, Quint- Five, fifth Quintuplet Se-, Sex-, Sext- Six, sixth Sextuplet Septem-, Septim- Seven, seventh Septuplet, September Octo-, Octav- Eight, eighth Octave, octavalent, October Novem-, Non- Nine, ninth November, nonagon Decem-, Decim-, Decuss- Ten, crossed (X), chiasm Decimal, decimate, decussate, December Undecim- Eleven, eleventh Undecagon Duodecim- (duodeni-) Twelve, twelfth Duodenum, duodecimal Viginti-, Vicesim- Twentieth Vicennial Centum-, Centesim- One hundred, hundredth Centipede Mille-, Millesim- Thousand, thousandth Millimeter, milliped Latin Vocabulary Root Definition Examples Abdomen, abdomin Body cavity Abdominal Ac Sharp, bitter, pungent Acrid, exacerbate Acer(b), acr Bitter Acetabul Hipbone Acetabulum Acet Vinegar Acetic Acid Acid Acidify Acule, acumen Small point Acumen Acut Sharp Acute Adeps, adip Fat Adipose Adolesce, adult To grow up Adolescent, adult (A)equ Equal Equilibrium (A)estiv Pertains to summer Estivate (hibernate) Ager, agri Land Agriculture Agere/Actum Do Activator, agent, coagulate, reaction Agitare, agitatum Shake Agitation Ala Wing Alar Alba/albus/album White Albino Algae Seaweed Algae Algor Feel cold Algid Alere/alitum/altum Nourish Alimentum Altus/alta/altum High Altitude Alvus/Alvi Belly Alveolus Ambula, ambulat Walk about Ambulance Angina Choking Angina pectoris Angul Angle Triangle Animus Air in motion Animal, animation Annus, annul Year, circuit Annual Anus Anus Anus Aperi, apert To open Aperture Apex, apic Tip Apex Apis Bee Apiary Aptare, aptatum Fit Aptitude Aqua Water Aquatic, aqueous Arbor Tree Arcus Bow, arc Arcuate, arcade, arc Area Space Area Arena Sand Argentum Silver Artus Joint Articulus = article Atrium Entrance hall Atrium Audi, audit To hear Auditory, audition, audience Auris Ear Binaural Aurum Gold Avis Bird Avian Axis Axis Axial Root Definition Examples Bacca Berry Bacillum/Baculum Rod Barba Beard Barber Bibere Drink Imbibe Bilis Bile Bilirubin Bona/bonus/bonum Good Bonus Brevis Short Brevity Bucca Cheek Buccal Bullire, bullitum, bulla To boil, bubble Bursa Bag Bursar Cadere, casum (cid-), caducus Fall Cadaver, casual, deciduous, coincident Caecus Blind Caedere, caesum (-cid, cis-) Cut or kill Incisor, excise, suicide, pesticide Calere, calor To be warm/heat Calorie Callum Hard skin Callous, corpus callosum Calx, calcis Heel, spur Calcarine Calx, calcis Limestone Calcification, calculus, calulator Canalis Canal Canaliculus Cancer, cancri Crab Cancer Candere, candidus Shine, bright Incandescent Capere, captum (cip, cept-) as Take, capture Inception, receptor, proprioception, contraception, verb concept Capillus Hair, small vessel Capillary Capsa Box Capsule Caput, capitis (cep-, cip-) as noun Head Biceps (two heads), occipital, capital Carbo, carbonis Carbon Carbohydrate Caries Decay Caro, carnis Flesh Carnivorous Cartilago, cartilaginis Cartilage Cartilage Caseus Cheese Casein Catena Chain Cauda Tail Caudal Caulis Stalk Cavus Hollow Concave Cedere, cessum Go Abcess, antecedent, intercede, success, recess Cella Room Cell, cellulose Cerebrum Brain Cerebellum (small brain), cerebral Cernere, cretum (cre-) To separate Discrete, discern, secretion Cervix, cervicis Neck Cervical Cilium Eyelid Cilia Cingere, cinctum Surround Citare, citatum (cit) rouse Excitation, resuscitation, incite, excite Claudere, clausum (clus-) Close Claustrophobia, occlusion Clavis Key, collarbone Clavicle Colere, cultum To till Agriculture, culture Collum Neck Columen, columnis, columna Column Coquere, coctum Cook, mature Copula Bond Copulate Cor, cordis Heart Cornu Horn Cornea Root Definition Examples Corona, corolla Crown Coronary, coroner Corpus, corporis Body Corpuscle, corporal Cortex, corticis Outer layer Cortex Costa Rib Intracostal Coxa Hip Crescere, cretum (cre-) Increase Crescent, increment Crus, cruris Leg Cubare, cubatum (-cumbe, cubit) Lie down Incumbent, incubation Cubitus Elbow Cuneus Wedge Cuneus Cuprum Copper Currere, cursum Run Concurrent, recourse, excursion, occur (run in the way of), concur, curriculum Cuspis, cuspid Point Tricuspid Cutere, cussum Shake Concussion, percussion Cutis Skin Cutaneous Dens, dentis Tooth Dendate Dexter, dextra, dextrum Right Ambidextrous Digitus Finger Digit Dormire, dormitum Sleep Dormant Dorsum Back Dorsal Ducere, ductum To lead Duct, oviduct, abduct, introduction, adduct, conduce, deduce, induce, produce, seduce, reduce Durus Hard Dura mater, durable, duration, endure Edere (es-) Eat Obesity (quality, condition, state of eating in the way of), edible Ego Self Egocentric Errare, erratum Wander Aberration Exter, extern, exterior, extremus Outside External, extremity, extrinsic, extremism Facere, factum (facie-, fic-, -fic, To do Artifact, effector, olfactory, perfect (done through), fect-) infect Facies (fici-) Face Interfacial, facial, superficial Faex, faecis (fe-) Excrement Defecation, feces Fascia Bundle Fasiculus Fatigare, fatigatum Fatigue Fatigue Fauna Animals Fauna Febris Fever Fecundus Fertile Fecundity, infertile Femur, femoris Thigh (bone) Femina Woman Feminine Fenestra Window Defenestrate Ferre, latum (fer-) To carry Afferent, efferent, transfer, infer, suffer, conifer Ferrum (-ferr) Iron Ferrous Fertilis Fertile Fervere To boil Fervent, effervesscent (out/boil/step by step/ing) Fetus (fe-) Offspring Fibra Fiber Fibril, fibrinogen Fibula Pin Figere, fixum Fix Filum Thread Filament Findere, fissum (fid-) To split Fissure, fission Root Definition Examples Flaccus Flabby Flaccid Flagellum Whip Flagellum Flamma Flame Inflammation Flare, flatum Blow Flatulence Flavus Yellow Flavobacterium Flectere, flexum To bend Flexor, reflection Flos, floris Flower Efflorescent, flour Fluere (flux-), fluctum Flow Reflux, fluent, confluence, fluctuation Folium Leaf Foliage, exfoliation Forare, foratum To bore Foramen Forma Form Bacciform, inform, reform Fodere, fossum Ditch Fossil, fossa Fragere (frag-), fractum To break Diffraction, fracture, fragment, refrangible, fraction Frondis Leaf Frontis Forehead Frontal Frux, frugis, fructus Fruit Fructose, frugivorous Fugere, fugare Flee Centrifugal (fleeing the center), fugitive (quality of nature of fleeing) Fundere, fusum Pour Effusion, funnel, infundibulum, perfusion, transfusion Fungus Mushroom Fungicide Furca Fork Bifurcate Fuscare, fuscatum Darken Obfuscation Geminus Twin Trigeminal, geminate Gemma Bud Genu Knee Geniculate, genuflection Genus, generis (gen-) Birth, class Gene, genotype, degeneration, general, generator Gerere, gestum Carry Gestation, decongestive, ingest, digest Germen, germinis Sprout Germicide, germinate Gignere, genitum Beget Congenital, indigenous (in class) Gingiva Gum Gingivitis Glans, glandis Acorn Gland Globus, glomus Ball Hemoglobin, glomerulus Gluten, glutinis Glue Agglutination Gradi, gressum To step Gradient, progressive, degradation, retrograde Granum Grain Granular Gravis Heavy Gravity, aggravate Grex, gregis Flock Aggregate, segregation, gregarious Gula, guttur Throat Guttural Gustare, gustatum Taste Gustation, disgust Habere, habitum To have Inhibitory Habitare Inhabit (do/perform Cohabitation, habitat having) Habitus Condition Habit, habituation Haerere, haesum (hes-, To stick Adhesion, cohesion, incoherent, inherent her-) Halare, halitum To breathe Exhalation, halitosis Root Definition Examples Haurier, haustum Drink up, drain Exhaustion Hiare, hiatum To open Hiatus Opening Hiberna Winter camp Hibernate Homo, hominis Man Homicide, homunculus Humana/us/um Human Humanities Hora Hour Hortus Garden Horticulture Humerus Shoulder, upper Humerus arm Humere, humor Liquid Humoral Humidus Damp, moist Humidity Humus Earth Posthumous Ire, itum To go Exit, ambient, concomitant, coitus, transition Ignis Fire Ignite, ignition Ilium Flank Iliolumbar, iliofemoral Ileum Distal small Ileocecal, ileorectal intestine Inguen, inguinis Groin Inguinoscrotal Intestinus Intestine Gastrointestinal Jacere To lie (down) Adjacent Jacere, jactum, jacul To throw Dejection, injection, ejaculation, trajectory (ject-) Jungere (jug-), junct To join Disjunction, junction, juncture, jugular Jugum Yoke conjugate Jugulum Neck of throat Jugular Labi, lapsum To slip Collapse, relapse Labium, labrum Lip Labial Lac, lactis Milk Lactose, lacteal Lacrima Tear Lacrimal Laedere, laesum To hurt by striking Lesion, elide, collision Laevus Left Lapis, lapidis Stone Delapidate Larva Mask Larvae Latus, dilatatus Wide dilation Latus, lateris Side Lateral, collateral, bilateral, ambilateral Lavare, lotum (lut-) To wash Dilution, lavatory, lotion Lenis Soft Lenient Lens, lentis Lens Lens Lentigo, lentiginis, lenticulLentil-shaped spot Lentiform Letum, lethum Death Lethal Levare, levatum To raise Elevate (out/raise/perform), levitation, alleviate Levis Light (weight) Liber, libri Book Library Libet, libido, libidinis Pleasure Libido Ligare, ligatum To bind Ligature, ligation, colligation Ligamentum Ligament Lignum Wood Limen, liminis Threshold Elimination, subliminal Linea Line Collinear, linear Lingua, ligula Tongue Lingual Liquare, liquescere To melt Colliquative, liquid Locus Place Location, localize, translocation, dislocation, locomotive Longus Long Elongation, longitude Lucere, lux, lucis, lumen Shine Illumination, luminescent (light/step-by-step/ing) Lucidus Clear, lucid Translucent Root Definition Examples Lumbus Loin Sacrolumbar Lumen, luminis Light, space b/w walls Lumen, luminescence of tubule Luna Moon Lunacy, semilunar Macula Spot Macula, immaculate (not/spot/to put into action) Magna/us/um Large Magnification, magnitude Malus Bad, faulty Malformation, malignant (bad/give birth/ing), malocclusion, malnutrition, malice Mamma Breast Mammal Mandere, mandibula Chew Mandible (chew/instrument), maxilla (upper jaw) Manus Hand Manual, manufacture, manipulate Margo, marginis Edge Margin Mater, matris Mother Maternal, dura mater Matrix, matricis Uterus Materies Matter Maturare, maturatum Ripe Meare, meatus To pass, passage Impermeable (not/pass/able), permeate Medius Middle Medial, mediate, immediate Medulla Narrow (little middle) Mel, mellis Honey Diabetes mellitus Mens, mentis Mind Commentary, mentality, dementia Mensis, menstruus Month, monthly Menses, menstrual Miscere, mixtum Mix Immiscible (not/mix/ability), promiscuous Mittere, missum (-mit, -mission) To let go, send Remittent, commissure, transmissible, emissary Mola, molaris Millstone, grind Molar, premolar Moles Mass Molecule (mass/small) Mollis, mollier, mollitum, molluscuSoft Emollient, molluscous Morbus Disease Morbidity, premorbid Mors, mortis, mori, mortuum Death Mortal, mortification, postmortal Movere, motum Move Emotion, motile, oculomotor, locomotion (place/move/quality or nature of) Mucus Mucus Multus Many Multiform, multiply Munus/muneris Duty Immune, renumeration Mus, muris, musculus Mouse (muscle) Musculature, murine Mutare, mutatum To change Mutation, transmutation, commutator, permutate (g)nasci, (g)natum To be born Prenatal, innate, nascent, pregnant, cognate Nasus Nose Subnasal Nectere, nexum To bind, join Connective Nervus Nerve Innervate, nervous (nerve/nature of) Nidus Nest Nidification Nocere, nocitum, noxius, To harm, hurtful Innocent (not/harm/ing), nociceptive, noxious, innocuous, nocuus obnoxious (in the way/harm) Nodus Knot Node Nomen, monis Name Nomenclature, nominate Norma Pattern Abnormal, normal, subnormal, normosexual, norm Nox, noctis Night Noturnal Nudus Naked Seminude Root Definition Examples Numerus Number Numeral, enumerate Nutrire, nutritum Nourish Malnutrition, nutrient Nux, nucis, nucleus Nut, little nut Nuclear, polynucleate, nucleation Oculus Eye Intraocular, binocular Olere, odor Emit a smell, smell Olfactory, malodorous, odoriferous Oleum, -ol(e) Oil Omni All, every Omnivorous Orbis, orbit Circle, path Orbital Ordo, ordinis Order Incoordination, ordinate, ordinal Orire, ortum To rise Abortion, orientation Origo, originis Beginning Aboriginal, origin Os, oris, orificium Mouth, opening Oral, orifice, peroral Os, ossis Bone Ossicle, ossification, ossify Ostium Door, small opening Ovum Egg Ovary, oviparous, ovarium Palatum Palate (roof of mouth) Vomeropalatine Pallium Covering Palliate, pallium, palliative Palma Palm Palmar Palpare, palpatum To stroke, touch Palpable, palpitations Papula, papilla Pimple, nipple Papillary, papilliform Parare, paratum Get ready Compare, repair, prepare Parer, partum Give birth to Semiparous, parturition, postpartum, nonporous Pars, partis, partire, Part, divide Partition partitum Pater, patris Father Paternity Patere, patulus To lie open Patent Pati, passum To suffer Patient, patience Pectus, pectoris Chest Pectoral, expectorate Pellere, pulsum To push, impel, strike, beat Pulse, propulsion, repellent Pelvis Basin Pelvis Pendere, pensum, Hang Appendage, suspensory, suspense, suspend appendix, appendicis Penis Tail Penicillin, penial Penna, pinna, pluma Feather, plume, wing, fin Pen, penniform, pin, pinnacle, plumage Pes, pedis Foot Peduncle, pedicure, petiole, quadruped, bipedal Petere, petitum Seek Appetite (toward/seek), petition Pingere, pictum To paint Picture Pila Ball Pill, pilule Pilus Hair Pilose Piscis Fish Pisculent Planta Sprout, sole of the foot Implantation, plantigrade Plana/us/um Flat, level Plain, plane Plectere, plexum To interweave Complex, plexus Plicare, plicatum, (- Fold Complication, quadruple ple) Plumbum Lead Plus, pluris More Pluripotent Pollen, pollinis Fine flour, mass of microspores in Pollen, pollinate seed plants Ponere, positum Put Component, exponent, oppose, posture, postpone, composition Root Definition Examples Pons, pontis Bridge Pons cerebelli, pontifex Porta Gate Portal Portare, portatum To carry Portable, transport Potare, potatum To drink Potion Potens, potentis To be able Equipotential, pluripotent, impotence Premere, pressum To press Compress, depress, repression, suppression, pressure Proles, prolis Offspring Prolific, proliferate Proprius One’s own Proprietary, proprioceptor Pubes, puberis Adult, pubic bone Puberty, suprapubic, pubescence Pulmo, pulmonis (cf. GK Lung Pulmonary pneumon) Pungere, punctum To prick Acupuncture, punctate, pungent, punctual Pupa Doll, child Pupate Pupilla Pupil of the eye Pupillary Pus, puris Pus Purulence (quality of full of pus) Putare, putatum To think Compute, reptuation Quadrare, quadratum To square Quadrate Quadtere, quassum To shake, strike Concussion, percussion Quantum/tantum How much Quantity Rabere, rabidus To rage Rabid Radere, rasum To scratch Abrasive, erase Radius Rod, spoke, ray Radiation, radial Radix, radicis Root Eradicate, radical Regere, rectum, rectus To guide Arrector, regimen, erectile, corrigent Ren, renis Kidney Renal, adrenal (toward kidney) Repere, reptum, reptare, To crawl, creep Reptile reptatum Rete, retis Net, network Reticulated, reticulum, reticulocyte Rigor Stiffness Ridigity, rigor mortis, rigorous Rodere, rosum To gnaw Corrosive, rodent, erosion Rosa (cf. GK rhodon) Rose, rash Rota, rotare, rotatum Wheel, to go around Rotator, levorotation, rotor Ruber, rubris Red Bilirubin Ruga Wrinkle, crease Corrugate Rumpere, ruptum To burst Abruption, eruption, rupture, interruptive Saccus Bag Sacciform Sacer, sacri, sacrum Sacred Lumbosacral Sepire, septum To enclose Septum Sal, salis Salt Desalination, saline, salary Salire, saltum To jump Saltatory, dissilent, resilent, saltation Saliva Saliva Insalivate, salivary Salus, salutis Health, safety Salutare, salutatum To greet Salutary, salutation Sanare, sanatum To heal, healthy Insanity, sanity, sanatorium, sanitation Sanguis, sanguinis Blood Consanguinity, sanguine Scandere, scansum (scend) Climb Ascend, descendant Scapula Shoulder Scindere, scissum To cut Scissors, rescind Scrire, scitum To know Science, conscious Scribere, scriptum To write Scribe, subscription Scrotum Bag, scrotum Sebum Grease, sebum Root Definition Examples Scandere, scansum To climb Ascend, descend Scapula Shoulder Scindere, scissum To cut, split Abscission Scire, scitum Know Conscious Scribere, scriptum To write, draw Prescribe Scrotum Bag, pouch of skin containing Scrotum male sex glands Sebum Grease Secare, sectum (insect-, To cut Dissect, segmentation, bisect, insect, insecticide segment) Insect, part/segment Sedere, sessum To sit Sedative, sedentary, obsession, session, supersede Serere, satum semen, Seed Disseminate, inseminate, semen (sow/action or crfA), seminis seminary, disseminate, seminiferous Semper Always Senex, senis Old man Senescent, senile Sentire, sensum To feel Hypersensitive, sensation, sensorium, sentient Sequi, secutum To follow Consequent, sequence Socius Associate Sociology Serere, sertum To join Seriate, insert, assert, desert Series, seriatum Chain of things Series, serial Serpere To creep Serpent Serra Saw Serration Serum Watery fluid, blood serum Antiserum, serum Sesqui One-half Seta Bristle Sexus Sex Asexual, bisexual, homosexuality, heterosexual Siccus Dry Desiccate (down from/dry/action, crfA) Signum Mark, sign Signature Silex, silicis Flint Silicon Similis Similar, like Similar Sinister, sinistri Left Sinus Cavity, curve Sinusoid, sinus, sine, cosine Sol, solis Sun Solarium, solstice (sun/stand/QCS), solar Solvere, solutum To dissolve Dissolvent, soluble, solution, solvent Somnus Sleep
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