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1

The Romans _________ their camps with strong walls. (fortis: brave, strong)

Fortified

2

Many people face hardships with great _________. (fortis: brave, strong)

Fortitude

3

__________ were built along the Rhine to hold back the Germans. (fortis: brave, strong)

Forts, fortresses

4

The musical term for "loud" is ______. (fortis: brave, strong)

Forte

5

For "very loud" in musical terms, it is _______. (fortis: brave, strong)

Fortissimo

6

The photographer opened the _________ of the camera to let in more light. (aperet: to open)

Aperture (opening)

7

Many types of ________ are available for government expenses. (revenit: come back)

Revenue

8

A ________ man has a big soul, and exhibits ________. (magnus: big, large, great)

Magnanimous, magnanimity

9

Most teachers prefer to have _______ pupils in their class. (docet: to teach)

Docile (teachable)

10

A __________ does not give into a problem. (tenet: to hold)

Tenacious

11

The ___________ almost fell through the window because he was still asleep.

Somnabulist (ambulat: walking, semisomnus: half-asleep)

12

The guests were offered an ________ of wine before dinner. (aperet: to open)

Aperitif

13

A "calling together" of recent university graduates to give them degrees is officially referred to as a ___________. (vocat: to call)

Convocation

14

If a person "calls forth" a feeling of anger or irritation in another, he _______ them, (vocat: to call) and his action constitutes a _________. (vocat: to call)

Provokes, provocation

15

The formal act of "calling upon" God for help is called an __________.

Invocation

16

If you "take away" seven from ten it is called to _______. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Deduct

17

One who "brings" a cast forward on the stage to perform is the __________ and his play is called a ____________. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Producer, production

18

Items "brought forth" on a farm are called _________. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Produce

19

If you persuade someone to do something, by leading them on, you _______ them to do it. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Induce

20

Legitimate expenses which can subtracted or "taken from" one's income are said to be __________. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Deductables

21

Structures built to "bring" water to settlements are called __________.

Aqueducts

22

Any helpful factor which tends to "lead together", or is _______ to, bringing about a desired result. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Conducive

23

One who "leads" a group of musicians together is a _________. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Conductor

24

A "leader" or many knights in the medieval period was called a _____. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Duke

25

A vent which "leads" air from one place to another is called a _____. (ducit: take, bring, lead)

Duct

26

The money of a country. (curro: to run)

Currency

27

The moving part of a river. (curro: to run)

Current

28

A quick/hasty look at something is a ________ glance. (curro: to run)

Cursory

29

Flowing, neat handwriting is called ___________. (curro: to run)

Cursive

30

An instrument for examining a wound. (probo: to prove)

Probe

31

Something that is likely to be true. (probo: to prove)

Probable

32

A criminal who is released under supervision is on ___________. (probo: to prove)

Probation

33

To strongly scold a person. (probo: to prove)

Reprove

34

To test the validity of a will. (probo: to prove)

Probate

35

A person who consistently engages in wickedness. (probo: to prove)

Reprobate

36

Neverending, everlasting (semper: always)

Sempiternal

37

A custom handed down from generation to generation. (tradere: to hand over)

Tradition

38

A machine for winding in a cable. (capit: to take)

Capstan

39

A written acknowledgement of money lent. (debet: to owe)

Debenture

40

Given to telling lies. (mendax: liar)

Mendacious

41

To give evidence under oath in court. (testis: witness)

Testify

42

Being part of the city. (urbe: city)

Urban

43

A list of things to be done. (ago: to do)

Agenda