Prodit Libo atque excusat Bibulum, quod is iracundia summa erat inimicitiasque habebat etiam privatas cum Caesare ex aedilitate et praetura conceptas: ob eam causam colloquium vitasse, ne res maximae. Quorum nomina prius parentes liberis suis ingerunt? exhaust, exhaustible, exhaustion, exhaustive, adjacent, circumjacent, nonadjacent, subjacent, superjacent. See also Latin spelling and pronunciation. appulse, appulsion, appulsive, compel, compulsatory, compulsion, compulsive, compulsivity, compulsory, depulse, depulsion, dispel, expel, expellent, expulsion, impel, impellent, impulse, impulsion, impulsive, impulsor, nonpropulsive, propel, propellent.
General Wikidot.com documentation and help section. cinder, cinerarium, cinerary, cinereous, cinerin, incinerate. septal, septarium, septate, septiform, septifragal, septulate, septulum, consanguineous, sangfrois, sanguinaceous, sanguinary, sanguine. accresce, accrescence, accrescent, accrete, accretion, accretionary, accretive, accruable, accrual, accrue, accruement, concrement, concrescence, concrescent, concrete, concretion, concretionary, creant, create. is found in the mystery of the Lord's Cross and Resurrection. tum clero populoque vestro Apostolicam Benedictionem amantissime impertimus. world a fundamental principle of work for man's welfare.
bifid, contrafissure, decemfid, diffind, diffission, fissile, fission, fissiped, afflict, affliction, afflictive, conflict, confliction, inflict, infliction, inflictive, profligate. and a vision capable of inspiring their efforts to renew in Christ the society of our time. 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. imponderable, ponder, ponderable, ponderance, ponderation, ponderosa, ponderosity, ponderous. adjective verb noun commemorate, commemoration, commemorative, immemorial, mendicant, mendicate, mendication, mendicity, comment, commentary, dementia, mental, mentality.
If you want to discuss contents of this page - this is the easiest way to do it. "Libo came and made an apology for Bibulus, ""that he was a man of strong passion, and had a private quarrel against Caesar, contracted when he was aedile and praetor; that for this reason he had avoided the conference, lest affairs of the utmost importance and advantage might be impeded by the warmth of his temper. elucidate, elucidation, elucubrate, elucubration, lucent, lucid, lucidity. impoverish, impoverishment, pauperage, poor. which will bring the joyous beginning of better times for religion and for the Church in Germany. 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. dismal, grand mal, malady, malaise, malevolence, malevolent. accumb, accumbency, accumbent, decubitus, decumbency, decumbent, discubitory, discumbency, incumbency, incumbent, recumb. complacency, complacent, complaisance, complaisant, counterplea, displease, displeasure, implead, implacable, placability, placable, placate, placation, placative, placatory.
before that of the orator? ", has difficultates sublatum iri, prudenti intercedente philosophica et theologica institutione, quae numquam in. Non inlustres sunt in urbe non solum apud negotiosos et rebus intentos, sed etiam apud iuvenes vacuos et adulescentis, quibus modo recta indoles est et bona spes sui? amplexus, complect, complex, complexion, complexity, implex, implexion, perplex, perplexity, plexure. bivial, bivious, bivium, convey, conveyance, revitalize, viable, vital, vitality, vitamin, invulnerability, invulnerable, vulnerability, vulnerable, vulnerary, vulnerose, appeal, appellant, appellate, appellation, adapt, adaptable, adaptation, adaptative, apt, aptate, aptitude, aptitudinal, attitude, attitudinal, inept, ineptitude, maladaptation, avarice, avaricious, avarous, ave, avid, avidity. apart, apartment, apportion, apportionment, bipartient, bipartisan, bipartite, bipartition, compass, encompass, pace, passage, passant, passement, passementerie, passenger. pen, pennage, pennate, penniform, pennigerous. acinaceous, acinar, acinarious, aciniform, acinose, acinous. E salvifico opere Christi consequitur ut homo in terris cum, As a result of Christ's salvific work, man exists on earth with the, Ceterum, finis totius christianae educationis est fidelem instituere, veluti, ad fidem maturam, quae eum aptum efficiat in proprio ambitu ad christianam, The aim of all Christian education, moreover, is to train the believer in an adult faith, a "new creation", capable of bearing witness in his surroundings to the Christian, Persona humana nativam atque propriam dimensionem socialem sortitur prout ex intimo animo ad communionem cum aliis et ad donationem ad alios vocatur: “Deus, qui paternam curam omnium habet, voluit ut cuncti homines unam efficerent familiam fraternoque animo se invicem tractarent” (Gaudium et. Quid?
antemeridian, dimidiate, dimidiation, immediacy, immediate, intermediary, intermediate. dismantle, dismantlement, manta, mantel, mantelet.
vita summa brevis spem nos vetat incohare longam. enucleate, enucleation, extranuclear, internuclear, intranuclear, nucament, nucellus, nucifer, octal, octangular, octavalent, octennial, October, octofid, octopartite, octuped, octuple, octuplet, octuplicate, deodorant, malodor, malodorous, odoriferous, odorous. barb, barbate, barbel, barbellate, barber, barbet. apparat, apparatus, disparate, disrepair, dissever, disseverance, patefaction, patella, patellar, patelliform, patency, patent, compassion, compassionate, compatibility, compatible, dispassion, dispassionate, impassion, impassive, impassivity, impatience, impatient, incompatibility, incompatible, noncompatible, passion, passionate, passive, passivity, patience, patient, appeal, appellable, appellant, appellate, appellation, appellative, repeal. Quid? demigorge, disgorge, disgorgement, engorge, engorgement. Again, is there an accomplishment, the fame and glory of which are to be compared with the distinction of the orator, who is an illustrious man at Rome, not only with the busy class, intent on public affairs, but even with people of leisure, and with the, who have a right disposition and a worthy, in themselves? adversarial, adversary, adversative, adverse, adversion, adversity, advert, advertent, animadversion, animadvert, anteversion, antevert, aversation, averse, aversion, avert, avertible, contraversion, controversial. achievable, achieve, achievement, ancipital, ancipitous. in its wide-ranging and penetrating introduction. This is a list of Latin words with derivatives in English (and other modern languages).
largitionis addidit, quae ab sua liberalitate, si se atque Attium secuti essent, exspectare deberent. Spes Augusta was Hope associated with the capacity of the emperor as Augustus to ensure blessed conditions. counterdefense, counteroffensive, defend, defense, defensible, defensive, disinfest. bacillary, bacilliform, bacillus, baculiform, baculine. Oportet insuper omnibus apte inculcentur tradita a Christo morum documenta, ut discant sui imperium exercere, motus animi appetentes regere, tumentem superbiam deprimere, parere auctoritati, iustitiam colere, omnes caritate complecti, disparis in civili convictu fortunae acerbitatem christiana dilectione temperare, a terrenis bonis, dederit sortem ea esse contentos, suisque tuendis officiis benigniorem efficere, ad futuram vitam contendere, It is still more necessary to inculcate properly on the minds of all the moral maxims taught by Jesus Christ, so that everybody may learn to conquer himself, to curb the passions of the mind, to stifle pride, to live in obedience to authority, to love justice, to show charity towards all, to temper with Christian love the bitterness of social inequalities, to detach the heart from the goods of the world, to live contented with the state in which Providence has placed us, while striving, the fulfillment of our duties, to thirst after the future life in the, Postea vero, cum Caesarem ad Massiliam detineri cognovit, copias, esse coniunctas, magna auxilia convenisse, magna esse in, atque exspectari et consentire omnem citeriorem provinciam, quaeque. aspiration, aspire, conspiracy, conspirator, conspiratorial, conspire, inspiration, inspirational, inspire, perspiration, perspire, preaspiration, respiration, respirator, respiratory, resplendent, splendent, splendid, splendiferous, splendor, correspond, correspondence, correspondent, despond, despondency, despondent, espousage, espousal, espouse, irresponsible, nonresponsive, respond, respondence, respondent, response, responsibility, responsible, responsive, sponsal, sponsion, sponsional, sponsor, spousal, spouse, constituency, constituent, constitute, constitution, constitutional, destitute, destitution, institute, institution, institutional, prostitute, prostitution, reconstitute, restitution, statuary, statue, statuette, statute, statutory, substituent, substitute, substitution, instaurate, instauration, instaure, restaurant, restoration, restorative, astrict, astriction, astrictive, astringe, astringency, astringent, constrain, constraint, constrict, constriction, constrictive, constrictor, constringe, constringency, constringent, distrain, distraint, distress, district, restrain, restraint, restrict, restriction, restrictive, restrictor, restringe, restringency, restringent, strain, strict, stricture, stringency, stringent. brevirostrate, curvirostral, lamellirostral, rostellate, rostelliform, rostellum, erudiate, erudite, erudition, rudiment, rudimentary, rudity, nonrural, roister, roisterous, rural, rustic, rusticate, rustication, rusticity. carnage, carnal, carnary, carnate, carnation, carneous, carnival, cartilage, cartilaginous, noncartilaginous, precartilage, caress, caressive, charitable, charity, cherish, cherishable, noncharitable, -caster, castellan, castellation, castle, chateau, chatelain, Chester, celebrant, celebrate, celebration, celebratory, celebrity, concelebration, cerebellar, cerebellum, cerebral, cerebrifugal, cerebripetal, intracerebral.