writing in anglais part 2

writing in anglais part 2 - Paul Shapiro Writing In Anglais...

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Paul Shapiro February 22, 2008 Writing In Anglais Part II Derived Word Original Word Prefer praeferre - to carry in front, to put forward, to advance, to exalt, to esteem more highly, regard as more desirable, like better, to present, submit Mention mentinem - to allude Seriously serius - weighty, important, grave Despise despicere - look down on, scorn Certain certus - sure, fixed Parents parentem - father or mother, ancestor Hospital hospitalis - of a guest or host Reason rationem - reckoning, understanding, motive, cause Subject subicere - to place under Matter materia - substance from which something is made Mere merus - undiluted, unmixed, pure Letters Littera - letter of the alphabet Perfect Perficere - accomplish, finish, complete Lethargic lethargos - forgetful Nature natura - course of things, natural character, the universe Sign signum - mark, token, indication, symbol Penmanship penna – feather, Remaining emanere - to remain, to stay behind Scribble scribere - to write Sort
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This essay was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CLASSICS 101 taught by Professor Gloyne during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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