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From what Latin noun do we derive the English word agrarian?

ager

2

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word agriculture?

ager

3

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word pilgrim?

ager

4

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word peregrination?

ager

5

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive altar.

altus

6

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive altitude.

altus

7

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive alto.

altus

8

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive enhance.

altus

9

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive exalt.

altus

10

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive haughty.

altus

11

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive oboe.

altus

12

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amatuer.

amō

13

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amatory.

amō

14

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amiable.

amō

15

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amicable.

amō

16

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amity.

amō

17

Give the Latin verb from which we derive amorous.

amō

18

Give the Latin verb from which we derive enamour.

amō

19

Give the Latin verb from which we derive enemy.

amō

20

Give the Latin verb from which we derive enmity.

amō

21

Give the Latin verb from which we derive inimical.

amō

22

Give the Latin verb from which we derive paramour.

amō

23

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word anniversary?

annus

24

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word annual?

annus

25

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word annuity?

annus

26

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word biennial?

annus

27

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word centennial?

annus

28

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word millennium?

annus

29

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word perennial?

annus

30

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word triennial?

annus

31

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word superannuate?

annus

32

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word aquarium?

aqua

33

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word aquatic?

aqua

34

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word aqueduct?

aqua

35

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word aqueous?

aqua

36

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word aquamarine?

aqua

37

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word ewer?

aqua

38

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word sewer?

aqua

39

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word belligerent?

bellum

40

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word bellicose?

bellum

41

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word duel?

bellum

42

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word rebel?

bellum

43

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word rebellion?

bellum

44

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word revelry?

bellum

45

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beau.

bonus

46

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beauteous.

bonus

47

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beautiful.

bonus

48

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beauty.

bonus

49

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive belladonna.

bonus

50

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive belle.

bonus

51

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive benedict.

bonus

52

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive benefactor.

bonus

53

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beneficent.

bonus

54

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beneficial.

bonus

55

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive beneficiary.

bonus

56

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive benefit.

bonus

57

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive benevolent.

bonus

58

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive benign.

bonus

59

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive bonanza.

bonus

60

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive bonbon.

bonus

61

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive boon.

bonus

62

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive bounty.

bonus

63

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive debonair.

bonus

64

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive embellish.

bonus

65

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word ceiling?

caelum

66

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word celestial?

caelum

67

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word cerulean?

caelum

68

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word camp?

campus

69

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word campaign?

campus

70

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word camper?

campus

71

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word champaign?

campus

72

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word champion?

campus

73

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word encamp?

campus

74

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word scamp?

campus

75

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word casino?

casa

76

Give the Latin verb from which we derive acclaim.

clamo

77

Give the Latin verb from which we derive claim.

clamo

78

Give the Latin verb from which we derive clamorous.

clamo

79

Give the Latin verb from which we derive declaim.

clamo

80

Give the Latin verb from which we derive declamation.

clamo

81

Give the Latin verb from which we derive exclamation.

clamo

82

Give the Latin verb from which we derive disclaim.

clamo

83

Give the Latin verb from which we derive proclaim.

clamo

84

Give the Latin verb from which we derive proclamation.

clamo

85

Give the Latin verb from which we derive reclaim.

clamo

86

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word copious?

copia

87

Give the Latin adverb from which we derive procrastinate.

cras

88

Give the Latin verb from which we derive debit.

debeō

89

Give the Latin verb from which we derive debt.

debeō

90

Give the Latin verb from which we derive debtor.

debeō

91

Give the Latin verb from which we derive devoir.

debeō

92

Give the Latin verb from which we derive due.

debeō

93

Give the Latin verb from which we derive duly.

debeō

94

Give the Latin verb from which we derive duty.

debeō

95

Give the Latin verb from which we derive duteous.

debeō

96

Give the Latin verb from which we derive dutiful.

debeō

97

Give the Latin verb from which we derive endeavor.

debeō

98

Give the Latin verb from which we derive indebted.

debeō

99

Give the Latin verb from which we derive overdue.

debeō

100

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word deity?

deus

101

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word deify?

deus

102

Give the Latin verb from which we derive add.

do

103

Give the Latin verb from which we derive addition.

do

104

Give the Latin verb from which we derive date.

do

105

Give the Latin verb from which we derive dative.

do

106

Give the Latin verb from which we derive dice.

do

107

Give the Latin verb from which we derive donate.

do

108

Give the Latin verb from which we derive dowry.

do

109

Give the Latin verb from which we derive edit.

do

110

Give the Latin verb from which we derive edition.

do

111

Give the Latin verb from which we derive editorial.

do

112

Give the Latin verb from which we derive endow.

do

113

Give the Latin verb from which we derive docile.

doceō

114

Give the Latin verb from which we derive doctorate.

doceō

115

Give the Latin verb from which we derive doctrine.

doceō

116

Give the Latin verb from which we derive document.

doceō

117

Give the Latin verb from which we derive documentary.

doceō

118

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word dominate?

dominus

119

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word dominant?

dominus

120

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word dominion?

dominus

121

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word equine?

equus

122

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word equestrian?

equus

123

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word fabulous?

fabula

124

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word fabulist?

fabula

125

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word confabulate?

fabula

126

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word fable?

fabula

127

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word feminine?

femina

128

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word feminism?

femina

129

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word effeminate?

femina

130

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word female?

femina

131

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word filial?

filius

132

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word affiliate?

filius

133

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word fortunate?

fortuna

134

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word misfortune?

fortuna

135

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word unfortunate?

fortuna

136

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word forensic?

forum

137

Give the Latin verb from which we derive able.

habeō

138

Give the Latin verb from which we derive ability.

habeō

139

Give the Latin verb from which we derive disable.

habeō

140

Give the Latin verb from which we derive enable.

habeō

141

Give the Latin verb from which we derive habit.

habeō

142

Give the Latin verb from which we derive habitual.

habeō

143

Give the Latin verb from which we derive inhabit.

habeō

144

Give the Latin verb from which we derive inhibit.

habeō

145

Give the Latin verb from which we derive prohibit.

habeō

146

Give the Latin verb from which we derive rehabilitate.

habeō

147

Give the Latin verb from which we derive exhibit.

habeō

148

Give the Latin verb from which we derive exhibition.

habeō

149

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word injury?

iniuria

150

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word injurious?

iniuria

151

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word insular?

insula

152

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word insulate?

insula

153

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word isle?

insula

154

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word islet?

insula

155

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word isolate?

insula

156

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word peninsula?

insula

157

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive irate.

iratus

158

Give the Latin verb from which we derive laboratory.

labōrō

159

Give the Latin verb from which we derive collaborate.

labōrō

160

Give the Latin verb from which we derive elaborate.

labōrō

161

Give the Latin verb from which we derive laborious.

labōrō

162

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive latitude.

latus

163

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive dilate.

latus

164

Give the Latin verb from which we derive laudible.

laudō

165

Give the Latin verb from which we derive laud.

laudō

166

Give the Latin verb from which we derive applaud.

laudō

167

Give the Latin verb from which we derive applause.

laudō

168

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word library?

liber

169

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word libel?

liber

170

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive deliver.

līber

171

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive liberal.

līber

172

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive liberalism.

līber

173

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive liberate.

līber

174

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive liberality.

līber

175

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive libertine.

līber

176

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive liberty.

līber

177

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive elongate.

longus

178

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive longevity.

longus

179

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive longitude.

longus

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Give the Latin adjective from which we derive lunge.

longus

181

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive oblong.

longus

182

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive prolong.

longus

183

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word magistrate?

magister

184

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word magisterial?

magister

185

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnate.

magnus

186

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnify.

magnus

187

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnanimous.

magnus

188

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnific.

magnus

189

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnificent.

magnus

190

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive magnitude.

magnus

191

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive dismal.

malus

192

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malady.

malus

193

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malaria.

malus

194

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malevolent.

malus

195

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malice.

malus

196

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malicious.

malus

197

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malign.

malus

198

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive malignant.

malus

199

Give the Latin verb from which we derive manor.

maneō

200

Give the Latin verb from which we derive manorial.

maneō

201

Give the Latin verb from which we derive mansion.

maneō

202

Give the Latin verb from which we derive menial.

maneō

203

Give the Latin verb from which we derive permanent.

maneō

204

Give the Latin verb from which we derive remain.

maneō

205

Give the Latin verb from which we derive remnant.

maneō

206

Give the Latin verb from which we derive remainder.

maneō

207

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word memorial?

memoria

208

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word remember?

memoria

209

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word immemorial?

memoria

210

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word memorable?

memoria

211

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive miserable.

miser

212

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive misery.

miser

213

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive commiserate.

miser

214

Give the Latin verb from which we derive admonish.

moneō

215

Give the Latin verb from which we derive admonition.

moneō

216

Give the Latin verb from which we derive demonstrate.

moneō

217

Give the Latin verb from which we derive monitor.

moneō

218

Give the Latin verb from which we derive monster.

moneō

219

Give the Latin verb from which we derive monstrosity.

moneō

220

Give the Latin verb from which we derive monument.

moneō

221

Give the Latin verb from which we derive muster.

moneō

222

Give the Latin verb from which we derive premonition.

moneō

223

Give the Latin verb from which we derive summon.

moneō

224

Give the Latin verb from which we derive automobile.

moveō

225

Give the Latin verb from which we derive commotion.

moveō

226

Give the Latin verb from which we derive emotion.

moveō

227

Give the Latin verb from which we derive immovable.

moveō

228

Give the Latin verb from which we derive locomotion.

moveō

229

Give the Latin verb from which we derive mob.

moveō

230

Give the Latin verb from which we derive mobile.

moveō

231

Give the Latin verb from which we derive mobility.

moveō

232

Give the Latin verb from which we derive moment.

moveō

233

Give the Latin verb from which we derive motif.

moveō

234

Give the Latin verb from which we derive motion.

moveō

235

Give the Latin verb from which we derive motor.

moveō

236

Give the Latin verb from which we derive movable.

moveō

237

Give the Latin verb from which we derive movie.

moveō

238

Give the Latin verb from which we derive mutiny.

moveō

239

Give the Latin verb from which we derive promote.

moveō

240

Give the Latin verb from which we derive remote.

moveō

241

Give the Latin verb from which we derive remove.

moveō

242

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive multiply.

multus

243

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive multiform.

multus

244

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive multitude.

multus

245

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive multitudinous.

multus

246

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive multiplicity.

multus

247

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word nautical?

nauta

248

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word astronaut?

nauta

249

Give the Latin verb from which we derive navigate.

navigō

250

Give the Latin verb from which we derive circumnavigate.

navigō

251

Give the Latin verb from which we derive navigable.

navigō

252

Give the Latin verb from which we derive navigation.

navigō

253

Give the Latin verb from which we derive navigator.

navigō

254

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive annotate.

notus

255

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive denote.

notus

256

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive keynote.

notus

257

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive notable.

notus

258

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive notary.

notus

259

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive note.

notus

260

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive notation.

notus

261

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive innovation.

novus

262

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive novel.

novus

263

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive novelist.

novus

264

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive novelty.

novus

265

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive novice.

novus

266

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive renovate.

novus

267

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word numerical?

numerus

268

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word number?

numerus

269

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word numerous?

numerus

270

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word enumerate?

numerus

271

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word innumerable?

numerus

272

Give the Latin verb from which we derive announce.

nuntiō

273

Give the Latin verb from which we derive denounce.

nuntiō

274

Give the Latin verb from which we derive enunciate.

nuntiō

275

Give the Latin verb from which we derive pronounce.

nuntiō

276

Give the Latin verb from which we derive renounce.

nuntiō

277

Give the Latin verb from which we derive parade.

parō

278

Give the Latin verb from which we derive parachute.

parō

279

Give the Latin verb from which we derive prepare.

parō

280

Give the Latin verb from which we derive repair.

parō

281

Give the Latin verb from which we derive impair.

parō

282

Give the Latin verb from which we derive separate.

parō

283

Give the Latin verb from which we derive irreparable.

parō

284

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word patriot?

patria

285

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word patriotism?

patria

286

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word expatriate?

patria

287

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word repatriate?

patria

288

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word pecuniary?

pecunia

289

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word impecunious?

pecunia

290

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word penal?

poena

291

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word penalty?

poena

292

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word subpoena?

poena

293

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word popular?

populus

294

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word population?

populus

295

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word depopulate?

populus

296

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word populace?

populus

297

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word populous?

populus

298

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word pub?

populus

299

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word public?

populus

300

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word publicity?

populus

301

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word republic?

populus

302

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word portal?

porta

303

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word porch?

porta

304

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word porter?

porta

305

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word portico?

porta

306

Give the Latin verb from which we derive deport.

portō

307

Give the Latin verb from which we derive import.

portō

308

Give the Latin verb from which we derive export.

portō

309

Give the Latin verb from which we derive portable.

portō

310

Give the Latin verb from which we derive sport.

portō

311

Give the Latin verb from which we derive transport.

portō

312

Give the Latin verb from which we derive support.

portō

313

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word puerile?

puer

314

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive pulchritude.

pulcher

315

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive pulchritudinous.

pulcher

316

Give the Latin verb from which we derive ridicule.

rīdeō

317

Give the Latin verb from which we derive ridiculous.

rīdeō

318

Give the Latin verb from which we derive deride.

rīdeō

319

Give the Latin verb from which we derive derisive.

rīdeō

320

Give the Latin verb from which we derive conservative.

servō

321

Give the Latin verb from which we derive conservation.

servō

322

Give the Latin verb from which we derive observe.

servō

323

Give the Latin verb from which we derive preserve.

servō

324

Give the Latin verb from which we derive reserve.

servō

325

Give the Latin verb from which we derive reservoir.

servō

326

Give the Latin verb from which we derive preservative.

servō

327

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word servile?

servus

328

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word serve?

servus

329

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word deserve?

servus

330

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word serf?

servus

331

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word service?

servus

332

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word servitude?

servus

333

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word subservient?

servus

334

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word signal?

signum

335

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word assign?

signum

336

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word design?

signum

337

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word designate?

signum

338

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word ensign?

signum

339

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word signature?

signum

340

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word seal?

signum

341

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word signify?

signum

342

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word significant?

signum

343

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word sylvan?

silva

344

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word Pennsylvania?

silva

345

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word savage?

silva

346

Give the Latin verb from which we derive attempt.

temptō

347

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tempt.

temptō

348

Give the Latin verb from which we derive temptation.

temptō

349

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tentacle.

temptō

350

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tentative.

temptō

351

Give the Latin verb from which we derive abstain.

teneō

352

Give the Latin verb from which we derive contain.

teneō

353

Give the Latin verb from which we derive content.

teneō

354

Give the Latin verb from which we derive continue.

teneō

355

Give the Latin verb from which we derive detention.

teneō

356

Give the Latin verb from which we derive detain.

teneō

357

Give the Latin verb from which we derive entertain.

teneō

358

Give the Latin verb from which we derive maintain.

teneō

359

Give the Latin verb from which we derive pertinent.

teneō

360

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tenable.

teneō

361

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tenacious.

teneō

362

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tenacity.

teneō

363

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tennis.

teneō

364

Give the Latin verb from which we derive tenure.

teneō

365

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word terrain?

terra

366

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word terrace?

terra

367

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word inter?

terra

368

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word disinter?

terra

369

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word terrestrial?

terra

370

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word subterranean?

terra

371

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word mediterranean?

terra

372

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word territory?

terra

373

Give the Latin verb from which we derive deter.

terreō

374

Give the Latin verb from which we derive terrible.

terreō

375

Give the Latin verb from which we derive terrific.

terreō

376

Give the Latin verb from which we derive terrorize.

terreō

377

Give the Latin verb from which we derive terrorism.

terreō

378

Give the Latin verb from which we derive intimidate.

timeō

379

Give the Latin verb from which we derive timid.

timeō

380

Give the Latin verb from which we derive timidity.

timeō

381

Give the Latin verb from which we derive timorous.

timeō

382

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word umbrella?

umbra

383

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word umbrage?

umbra

384

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word verbal?

verbum

385

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word verb?

verbum

386

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word verbiage?

verbum

387

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word verbose?

verbum

388

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word adverb?

verbum

389

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word proverb?

verbum

390

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word proverbial?

verbum

391

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive verify.

vērus

392

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive verity.

vērus

393

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive verdict.

vērus

394

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive aver.

vērus

395

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive veracity.

vērus

396

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive veritable.

vērus

397

Give the Latin adjective from which we derive very.

vērus

398

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word convey?

via

399

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word convoy?

via

400

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word deviate?

via

401

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word devious?

via

402

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word envoy?

via

403

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word invoice?

via

404

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word trivial?

via

405

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word voyage?

via

406

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word obvious?

via

407

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word previous?

via

408

Give the Latin verb from which we derive advice.

videō

409

Give the Latin verb from which we derive advise.

videō

410

Give the Latin verb from which we derive envious.

videō

411

Give the Latin verb from which we derive evidence.

videō

412

Give the Latin verb from which we derive improvise.

videō

413

Give the Latin verb from which we derive invisible.

videō

414

Give the Latin verb from which we derive preview.

videō

415

Give the Latin verb from which we derive provide.

videō

416

Give the Latin verb from which we derive prudent.

videō

417

Give the Latin verb from which we derive revise.

videō

418

Give the Latin verb from which we derive supervise.

videō

419

Give the Latin verb from which we derive visual.

videō

420

Give the Latin verb from which we derive view.

videō

421

Give the Latin verb from which we derive survey.

videō

422

Give the Latin verb from which we derive television.

videō

423

Give the Latin verb from which we derive visit.

videō

424

Give the Latin verb from which we derive visor.

videō

425

Give the Latin verb from which we derive visible.

videō

426

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word virile?

vir

427

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word virility?

vir

428

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word triumvirate?

vir

429

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word virtual?

vir

430

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word vital?

vita

431

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word vitality?

vita

432

From what Latin noun do we derive the English word vitamin?

vita

433

Give the Latin verb from which we derive advocate.

vocō

434

Give the Latin verb from which we derive convocation.

vocō

435

Give the Latin verb from which we derive equivocal.

vocō

436

Give the Latin verb from which we derive equivocate.

vocō

437

Give the Latin verb from which we derive evoke.

vocō

438

Give the Latin verb from which we derive invoke.

vocō

439

Give the Latin verb from which we derive irrevocable.

vocō

440

Give the Latin verb from which we derive revoke.

vocō

441

Give the Latin verb from which we derive vocabulary.

vocō

442

Give the Latin verb from which we derive vocal.

vocō