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  1. http://www.printsasia.com/book/Oxford-Latin-Course-Part-3-James-Morwood-Maurice-Balme-0199120927-9780199120925http://www.printsasia.com/book/Oxford-Latin-Course-Part-3-James-Morwood-Maurice-Balme-0199120927-9780199120925 Chapter 54 pg. 122 25 words Sarah Beaverson 12/21/11 http://www.zazzle.com/loveshirts/gifts?cg=196632445643664693

  2. Adjective = hated invīsus, invīsa, invīsum [advise, advisement, advisory, belvedere, belvue, clairvoyant, déjà vu, envisage, envision, envious, envy, evidence, improvident, improvise, interview] “ed” http://www.how-to-draw-funny-cartoons.com/cartoon-cowboy.html

  3. Noun = wealth; resources opēs, opumF pl. [Ops = goddess of Wealth, opulence, opulent, copious, copy (s), copies (pl), cornucopia] http://easyinvestingstrategies.com/building-wealth-to-spend-less-or-earn-more/

  4. Verb = to hate *(defective verb – only exists in the perfect system) ōdī, ōdisse [annoy, annoyance, annoyer, annoyingly, noisome, noisomely, noisomeness, odious, odiously, odiousness, odium] http://hyperboreanvibrations.blogspot.com/2011/03/in-exhibition-held-in-moscow-russian.html

  5. Noun = piety, faithfulness to country and the gods pietās, pietātisF. [piety, pious, impious, impiety] http://flightlevel390.blogspot.com/2010/02/zeus-in-737.html http://uecollegeconnect.wordpress.com/

  6. Verb = to begin *(defective verb – only exists in the perfect system) coepī, coepisse [related to capio inception, inceptive, incipiency, incipient] http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/15900/15984/janus_15984.htm http://www.teachingwill.com/2011_01_01_archive.html http://www.mediafocus.com/stock-photo-new-year-counter-2012-mp2112564.html

  7. Noun = old age senecta, senectaeF. [seigniory, senate, senator, senatorial, Senatusconsultum, senex, senile, senilism, senile dementia, senility, senilize, senior, seniority, senium, senopia, señor] http://incpire.com/news-articles/living-to-100-take-lifes-curveballs-in-stride/

  8. Noun = mound, tomb tumulus, tumulīM [entomb, tomb, tombolo, tumefaction, tumefactive, tumescence, tumid, tumor, tumorigenic, tumorous, tumult, tumultuary, tumultuous, tumulus] http://tekeness.deviantart.com//

  9. Verb = to remember *(defective verb – only exists in the perfect system) meminī, meminisse [commemorate, commemoration, commemorative, commemoratively, commemoratory, immemorial, immemorially, memento, memento mori, memo, memoir, memorabilia] http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-62710306/stock-vector-idea-man-cartoon.html http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1016629504/tt0281358

  10. Verb oblīvīscor, oblīvīscī, oblītus sum = to forget [oblivescence, obliviate, obliviator, oblivion, oblivionize, oblivions, oblivious, obliviously, obliviousness, obliviscence, oubliette] http://www.englishbaby.com/forum/LifeTalk/thread/441975

  11. Noun = line of battle, battle; line of sight aciēs, aciēīF. [acicula (s), aciculae (pl), acicular, acicularity, acicularly, acicular ice, aciculate, aciculate, aciculated, aciculiform, aciculilignosa, aciculine, aciculite] http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/hh/31/hh31l1.htm

  12. Noun = our ancestors maiōrēsnostrī [major, Canis Major, major domo, Ursa Major, force majeure, majoration, Majorca, majority, majuscule, supermajority; also the comparative degree of magnus/a/um] maior, maius = bigger, larger, more important, older mōsmaiōrum= the custom of our ancestors http://www.americanancestors.info/

  13. Noun = dust pulvis, pulverisM. [pulverize, pulverable, pulverulent] http://www.the-wild-life.com/id7.html

  14. Conjunction = as soon as simul ac/atque [assembly, assimilate, dissimilate, ensemble, resemblance, resemble, semblance, simile, similitude, simple, simplicity, simplify, simultaneity, simultaneous, verisimilitude] “P” http://twitter.com/phillyasap

  15. Noun = force, violence Vis (acc. Vim; abl. Vi) F. [violence, violent, inviolability, inviolable, inviolableness, inviolably, inviolacy, inviolate, inviolately, nonviolence, nonviolent] vīrēs, vīriumF. pl. = strength http://www.therazor.org/?p=942

  16. Adjective = all cunctī, -ae, -a (pl.) “ah” http://www.plim.org/1Allah.html

  17. Adjective = generous, liberal līberālis, līberāle [liberal, liberality, liberalize, liberate, liberation, liberator, libertarian, liberticide, libertine, liberty] http://www.youworkforus.net/category/politics/ http://www.redeemingriches.com/2010/10/05/generosity/

  18. Verb volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtus/a/um = to roll, turn over [advolution, archivolt, circumvolute, revolutionize, revolve, evolutionize, evolvable, evolve] http://www.allpetnews.com/tips-and-tricks-to-train-older-dogs/dog-rolling-over

  19. Adjective = cold frīgidus, frīgida, frīgidum [frigid, frigideserta, frigidity, frigidly, frigidness, frigolabile, frigophilefrisson (s), frissons (pl), refrigerant, refrigerate, refrigeration, refrigerator] http://cmdmedia.wordpress.com/2009/01/16/pseg-prepares-for-cold-snap-provides-tips-for-customers/ http://ed101.bu.edu/StudentDoc/current/ED101fa09/ypark07/cold.html

  20. Verb aegrōtō, aegrōtāre, aegrōtāvī, aegrōtātus/a/um = to be ill, sick [aeger – “sick.” A noun that means "an invalid"; as an adjective, it means "sick". In British universities, aeger is the traditional term used on students' medical excuses for failing to appear for an examination, and a medical excuse itself may also be called an aeger.] http://cfsadayinthelife.blogspot.com/2011/02/normal-sick-vs-chronic-illness.html