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  1. Lesson 4 Part 1 Personal Relationships

  2. PUER Latin “a male child”

  3. PUERILE (pyoo-ree-ill) (pue-ri-le), adjective Definition: childish, immature “The student who would not stop making noises in class was very puerile and belonged in second grade, not tenth.

  4. PAIS, PAIDOS Greek “child” “boy”

  5. ORTHOPEDICS (or-tho-pee-dix) (or-tho-pe-dics), noun Definition: branch of medicine that treats disorders of the skeletal system and the tissues related to movement Forms: orthopedic, adjective orthopedist, noun “After breaking my arm, the orthopedics specialist had to reset my bone.”

  6. PEDAGOGUE (pehd-ah-goguh) (ped-a-gogue), noun Definition: a teacher Forms: pedagogic, adjective pedagogical, adjective pedagogy, noun “Failure is the best pedagogue a person can learn from.”

  7. PEDANT (pehd-ant) (ped-ant), noun Definition: person who pays more attention to learning the rules than understanding them a scholarly show-off Forms: pedantic, adjective pedantry, noun “That kid is such a pedant-he only memorizes the information for tests.”

  8. SUM, ESSE, FUI, FUTURUM Latin “to be”

  9. ENTITY (ehn-tih-tee) (en-ti-ty), noun Definition: something that has a real or independent existence--can exist by itself and doesn’t have to be tangible.” “Sometimes spirits are called an entity because they are real even though humans cannot touch them.”

  10. NONENTITY (non-ehn-tih-tee) (non-en-ti-ty), noun Definition: a person or something of no importance something that does not exist or exists only in the imagination “We all thought she was a nonentity to the team until she scored a 3 pt. shot.” “Some people believe that ghosts are a nonentity.”

  11. ESSENCE (eh-sense) (ess-ence), noun Definition: identifying characteristic a substance in concentrated form from a plant or drug, OR a perfume “The essence of Michael Jackson is talent.” “The aloe vera leaf is the essence of aloe that we use in lotions.” “The essence on that lady was too much.”