chapter 13 latin roots 8

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  1. vag
  2. vagrant
    one who has no established residence ans wanders idly from place to place
  3. vagabond
    a more romantic word for an idle person who wanders from place to place
  4. vagary
    an erratic, unpredictable, or extravagant manifestation, action, or notice; caprice; whim
  5. extravaganza
    a lavish or spectacular show or event; something extravagant
  6. ven
    come, go
  7. venture
    to expose to hazard; risk; gamble; to proceed in the face of danger
  8. convent
    a local community or house of a religious order or congregation, especially an establishment of nuns
  9. intervene
    to come, appear, or lie between two things
  10. venue
    the place or country in which take place the alleged events from which a legal action arises; locale; locality
  11. ver
  12. verdict
    the finding or decision of a jury on the matter submitted to it in trial; opinion; judgement
  13. verify
    to confirm or substantiate in law by oath; to establish the truth, accuracy, or reality of
  14. veracity
  15. veritable
    being in fact the thing named and not false, unreal, or imaginary; unquestionable; true
  16. verity
    the quality or state of being true or unreal; something that is true; the quality or state of being truthful or honest
  17. verily
    in truth, certainly, truly; confidently; in fact; with confidence; assuredly
  18. verb
  19. verb
    a word which expresses action or being
  20. verbalize
    to express in words
  21. verbatim
    using exactly the same words; word for word
  22. verbose
    using of containing an excessive number of words; wordy
  23. verbiage
    a profusion of words usually of little or obscure content; diction
  24. vert, vers
  25. vertebrae
    the boned which make up the human spinal column
  26. invertebrate
    lacking a backbone or spinal column; not vertebrate
  27. vertigo
    dizziness; the sensation of dizziness and the feeling that oneself or one's environment is whirling about
  28. adversary
    one that contends with, opposes, or resists; enemy
  29. advert
    to turn the mind or attention; to call attention in the course of speaking or writing; to refer
  30. vis, vid
  31. visible
    able to be seen
  32. vista
    a long or comprehensive view
  33. visor
    a device for protecting or shading the eyes
  34. evident
    easily seen or understood; obvious
  35. supervise
    to direct and inspect the performance of; to superintend
  36. envision/ envisage
    to form a picture of something in one's mind; imagine
  37. prevision
    estimate or prediction of a future event; predict
  38. improvident
    not providing for the future; thriftless; rash, incautious
  39. vit
  40. vitality
    the peculiarity distinguishing the living from the non-living; capacity to live and develop; lively
  41. vital statistics
    statistics relating to births, death, marriages, health, and disease
  42. vitalize
    to endow with vitality; animate; to give life to
  43. devitalize
    to lower or destroy the vitality of
  44. revitalize
    to give new life or vigor to
  45. viv
  46. vivacious/ vivid
    full of life
  47. revive/ revivify
    to put new life into something
  48. convivial
    relating to, occupied with, or fond of feasting, drinking, and good company; sociable; festive
  49. vivisection
    the act of cutting into or dissecting the body of a living animal, especially for the purpose of scientific research; criticism
  50. voc, vok
  51. vocation
    a regular occupation or profession, especially one for which a person is specifically suited or qualified
  52. avocation
    a hobby
  53. vocalisit
    a singer
  54. revoke
    to cancel or rescind; to void or annul by recalling
  55. irrevocable
    irreversible; final and unable to be revoked
  56. evoke
    to summon, elicit, or call forth; to call to mind or memory
  57. invocation
    the prayer calling for God's blessing, offered at the beginning of certain religious services
  58. convocation
    a group of people convoked; a general assembly
  59. equivocal
    subject to two or more interpretations usually used to mislead or confuse; uncertain as an indication or sign; undecided; ambiguous
  60. provocative
    serving or tending to provoke, excite, or stimulate
  61. provoke
    to cause anger, resentment, or deep feeling in; to cause to take action
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chapter 13 latin roots 8
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