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All or Nothing 4

Classical Roots Lesson 4

incipio, iincipere, incepi, inceptum (L) to begin
inception n. the beginning of something
incipient adj. in its early stages; beginning
nihil (L) nothing
annihilate v. to destroy completely
nihilism n the total rejection of religious or moral beliefs
nego, negare, negavi, negatum (L) to deny
negate v. to disprove; to nullify/to rule out; to cancel; to repeal
renegade n. one who deserts a group, cause, faith; an outlaw/adj. like a renegade; traitorous
vanus, vacuus (L) empty
vacuous adj. empty, especially of meaning or purpose
vanity n. conceit, especially about one's appearance/something worthless or useless/ a dressing table
vaunt v. to boast; to brag about/n. a boast
aperio, aperire, aperui;, apertum (L) to open
aperture n. an opening, especially one that admits light
overt adj. done or show openly
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