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Suavis, sweet. Suavity, assuage. Sublimis, exalted, lofty. Sublime. Suetum, the sup. of Suesco, to accustom. Custom, desuetude. Super, above. Superabound, insuperable.

Surgo, surrectum, to rise. Surge, insurgent, resurrection.

T.

Tendo, tensum, to stretch. Tent, ex-' tend, tendon.

Teneo, tentum, to hold. tenement, detain, tenet.

Tenable,

Tento, to try, to prove.
Terra, the earth. Terrestrial.
Terreo, to frighten. Terrible, terror.
Tête (F.), formerly Teste, the head.
Thema, an argument or subject for
writing or declaiming on.
Theos, a God. Atheism.
Thringan (S.), to crowd, to throng.
Tolero, to endure. Tolerate.
Tonus, a tone. Monotone.

Torpeo, to benumb. Torpid.
Torreo, tostum, to parch.
toast.

Torrens, a stream.

Torrid,

Tortum, sup. of Torqueo, to twist.
Torture, distort, retort.
Tourner (F.), to turn. Tournament.
Tracer (F.), to delineate. Traho (L.).
Tractum. See Traho.

Traditor, one who delivers another into

the hands of an enemy. Traho, tractum, to draw. Tract, abstract, subtraction, contract. Traitre (F.), traitor. Traditor (L.). Tremo, to shake, to shudder. Tremor, tremble, tremulous.

Tribuo, to give, to present. Tribute.
Triumphus, a triumph, a solemn and
magnificent entrance of a general
into Rome after having obtained an
important victory.
Truand (F.), a truant.

Trudo, to push, to thrust. Intrude.
Tumbos, a tomb, a grave.
Tumeo, to swell, to puff up.

Tumultus, a tumult. From Tumeo.

U.

Umbra, a shadow. Umbrage.
Unctum, anointed. Unction.
Unus, one. Unit, unicorn.
Upgebradan (S.), to reproach.
Urna, a vessel in which the ashes of the
dead were formerly kept.

V.

Vaco, to be empty. Vacate, vacancy.
Vagor, to wander about. Vagrant.
Valeo, to be strong. Valiant, valid.
Vallum, palisades together in a mound
or rampart round a camp.

Vanus, empty, vain. Vanish, vanity.
Veho, vectum, to carry. Vehicle.
Venio, ventum, to come. Invent,
prevent, revenue.
Ventum. See Venio.
Vereor, to fear. Revere.
Veritas, truth. Verity.
Versum. See Verto.

Verto, versum, to turn.

pervert, universe.

Convert,

Vestis, a garment. Vestry.
Victoria, victory. From Vinco.
Victum. See Vinco.

Video, visum, to see. Visible, evident.
Vigor, strength. Invigorate.
Vinco, victum, to conquer. Convince,
invincible, province.

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Vindex, icis, a defender. Vindicate, Vindico, to revenge.

avenge.

Vireo, to be green, (F.), Verdir.
Visum. See Video.
Vita, life. Vital, vitality.
Volvo, volutum, to roll. Volume, re-
volve, involve.

Voro, to devour. Vorax, eating, de-
vouring. Voracity, devour.
Votum, sup. of Voveo, to vow.
Vulnus, vulneris, a wound. Vulner-
able, invulnerable.

W.

Winnan (S.), to win.

Z.

Zone, a belt or girdle. Zone.

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