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Vocab Unit 30

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Altruistic Unselfishly concerned with or devoted to the welfare of others. From the Latin word alter, meaning "other" Related words: altruism noun; altruistically; adverb
Benefactor One who helps another person in need; one who gives income or property to an institution. From the Latin phrase, bene facere, meaning "to do well" Related words: benefaction
Beneficial Helpful; advantageous; promoting a favorable result. From the Latin phrase bene facere, meaning "to do well" Related words: beneficiary, benefit, benefit
Benevolent Characterized by or expressing good will or kindness. From the Latin words bene, meaning "well" and volens, meaning "wishing" Related words: benevolence, benevolently
Benign Kind and gently, mild and favorable. Not seriously harmful. From the Latin word benignus meaning "kind" Related words: benignly
Bountiful Plentiful; abundant. Giving generously. From the Latin word bonitas meaning "goodness" Related words: bountifully, bounty
Gratify To please or satisfy. From the latin word gratificari, meaning "to do a favor"
Humanitarian A person concerned with helping to improve human welfare and promote social reform. Relating to the resire to promote human welfare and social reform. Reated word: humanitarianism
Indulge To yield to the desires or wishes of; pamper. To allow oneself in some special pleasure. To engage or take part in. From the Latin word indulgere, meaning "to be kind" Related words: indulgence, indulgent
Philanthropic Relating to the effort to help other people, such as by making donations of money or property; charitable. From the Greek wrods philos, meaning "loving", and anthropos meaning "person") Related words: philanthropically, philanthropist, philanthropy.
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