Latin XIX, Greek VII

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ERR-
to wander; error
JAC-, JECT-
to throw, inject
NOMEN, NOMIN-
name, noun; nominate
SCRIB-, SCRIPT-
to write; describe
ST(A), STIT-, SIST-
to stand; stance
VOLV-, VOLUT-
to roll; revolve
referendum
The submission of a proposed public measure or actual statute to a direct popular vote
conjectural
based on judgment based on inconclusive or incomplete evidence
restive
uneasily impatient under restriction, opposition, criticism, or delay
circumscribed
to have drawn a line around
benefactors
people who give aid
convolutions
a form or part that is folded
primogeniture
the state of being the first born or eldest child of the same parents
stature
an achieved level
nominal
insignificantly small
superstitious
inclined to believe in suspicion
tenure
a period during which something is held
prerequisite
required as a prior condition
err
to make a mistake
inference
the act of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true
terrarium
a small enclosure in which selected living plants and sometimes small land animals are kept and observed
influence
a power affecting a person, thing, or course of events, especially that operates without any direct or apparent effort
exigencies
qualities of requiring much effort or immediate action
perquisites
payments received in addition to a regular wage or salary
consistency
agreement or logical coherence among thins or parts
AESTHE-, ESTHE-
to feel; aesthete
ANTHROP-
human being; anthropology
ARCHA(E)-, ARCHE-
ancient; archaeology
AST(E)R-
star; astronomy
GEN(E)-, GON-
to produce; hydrogen
GER(ONT)-
old age; geriatric
HOL-
whole; holistic
IATR-
physician; psychiatric
PEP(T)-
to digest; peptic
TECHN-
art, skill, craft; technical
geocentric
having the earth as a center
anthropomorphic
attribution of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to inanimate objects, animals, or natural phenomena
genetics
the branch of biology that deals with heredity, especially the mechanisms of hereditary transmission and the variation of inherited characteristics among similar or related organisms
cryptic
having hidden meaning
anthropoid
resembling human, especially in shape or outward appearance
geriatrics
relating to the medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and problems specific to the age
pyrotechnics
a fireworks display
aesthetic
characterized by a heightened sensitivity to beauty
anthropocentric
regarding humans as the central element of the universe
asteroids
any of numerous small celestial bodies that revolve around the sun, with orbits lying chiefly between Mars and Jupiter and characteristic diameters between a few and several hundred kilometers
exotic
foreign
dyspeptic
relating to disturbed digestion
archaic
no longer current or applicable
chronic
of long duration
demoniac
possessed, produced, or influenced by a demon
eupeptic
cheerful
catholic
of broad or liberal scope
eugenic
relating to the production of improved offspring
anesthetic
Insensitive
cyclic
relating to an interval of time during which a characteristic, often regularly repeated event or sequence of events occurs

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