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Latin Root words

Benefactor a person who donates or does good things
Benign favorable
Bonus something that is extra or good, perk, and reward
Bon voyage “goodbye” or “good trip”
Beneficiary someone who receives goods
Bonafide authentic; real, good
Benediction good wishes or a speech
Benevolent good or good will
Dismal gloomy
Malady disease or sickness that you have to stay home from
Malefactor a person or criminal that does evil
Malnourished bad nutritioning
Malignant harmful;cancer
Malaria bad disease
Malfeasance violation of a public official
Malfunction failure to work properly
Prescribed doctors write instructions to the patent
Scripture written work found in any liturgy
Scribble sloppy written words
Postscript a message at the end of a letter after the writer’s signature
Inscribe to write, print, carve, engrave on or on a surface
Exported to carry or sent away
Airport a place that carries in and out things
Porter a person who carries luggage
Ultraportable extremely portable
Portability the quality of being light enough to be carried
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