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Latin Roots Group 3

amo, ami Love Amiable- kindly, lovable, good-natured Amorous- full of love
bene Good Benediction- a good blessing in a religious service Benefactor- a good person who offers help or donates money
cap Head Capable- having the ability; able to do something; able to seize an opportunity Decapitate- to take the head off of something
cede, ceed Go Intercede- to mediate; to go between people to help them reach an agreement Exceed- to go or be beyond the limit or expectation
cent Hundred Centurion- Roman army officer (commanding a company of about 100 soldiers) Centennial- the 100th anniversary (or the celebration of it)
cide, cise Cut; Kill Germicide- substance that kills germs Exorcise- expel and kill through adjuration or prayers
clam, claim Shout Clamor- make loud demands Disclaimer- (law) a voluntary repudiation of a person's legal claim to something
clud, clos, clus Shut Secluded- kept apart from others; closed off; private; shut away from others Exclude- to keep out; to prevent from entering; to keep closed off; shut away from entering
cogn Know Cognition- the mental process of knowing Incognito- describes an unknown identity; identity concealed
aud, audit Hear Audiometer- instrument for measuring how well you hear Audible- able to be heard
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