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Latin 6


sens, sent feel; be aware
cern, cert, cret sift; separate;distinguish; decide
crim, crimin judgment; accusation; crime
sci know
sap, sip taste; discern; be wise
sag shrewd; wise
fa, fat, fess speak
far divine law
fatu foolish
fac, fact, fect, -fic, -fy do; make; cause
fing, fig, fict form; shape; invent; imagine
fig, fix, -fy fasten; pierce
simil, simul, sembl together; likeness; pretense
sensitive highly responsive or susceptible
discern to perceive or recognize clearly
discriminate to distinguish; to make a difference in treatment
omniscient knowing all
insipid lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge; tasteless; dull
sagacious keen; perceptive; shrewd
affable pleasant; friendly
nefarious very wicked; villainous
fatuous complacently or insanely foolish
factory a building or set of buildings with facilities for manufacturing
fiction an imaginary statement, story, etc.
prefix to fix the beginning
assemble to gather into a group; collect
simulate to give a false appearance; to look or act alike
quasihistorical in part; seemingly historical
Created by: krm2010