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All or Nothing 3

Classical Roots Lessons 3

TermDefinition
pan (G) all
pandemonium n. uproar
panacea n. a cure-all for diseases or troubles
omnis (L) all
omnipotent adj. having unlimited power
omnipresent adj. present everywhere
omnivorous adj. feeding on both plants and meat/devouring everything, especially intellectually
holos (G) whole
catholic adj. universal; including most things/referring to the Roman Catholic church
holocaust n. a great destruction; especially by fire/Murder by the Nazis of over 6 million Jews and millions of others in WWII
totus (L) whole
totalitarian adj. referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausum (L) to close
cloister n. a covered walk along the inside walls of a building/a monastery or similar place of religious seclusion/v. to seclude as in a monastery
preclude v. to prevent; to make impossible
recluse n. a person who avoids mixing with people
Created by: hingram2000