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Derivatives include decent , paradox , and disdain. Derivatives include ten , December , decimate , dean , hundred , century , and hecatomb. Derivatives include linger , Lent , longitude , and lunge. Perhaps Greek dolos , ruse, snare dolerite , sedulous.

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Derivatives include dome , domestic , and timber. To be firm, solid, steadfast; hence specialized senses "wood," "tree," and derivatives referring to objects made of wood. Derivatives include tree , trust , betroth , endure , and druid. Derivatives include embellish , and dynamite. Long in duration. Derivatives include wanton , team , duke , subdue , and educate.

Derivatives include deed , doom , fashion , defeat , feckless , sacrifice , satisfy , face , and synthesis. Derivatives include female , fawn 2 , fetus , fennel , and affiliate. Derivatives include dairy , lady , dough , and paradise. Derivatives include infirmary , and throne. Derivatives include feast , fanatic , atheism , and enthusiasm. Deep, hollow.

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Probably related to dheu- 2 , "to die. Derivatives include bridegroom , chameleon , and homicide. Derivatives include dreary , and drowse. Derivatives include forest , and foreign. European root found in Celtic, Germanic, Slavic, and possibly Latin. Derivatives include betray , surrender , vend , dose , and antidote. Derivative of deu- 1. Derivatives include twilight , biscuit , between , combine , diploma , and doubt. Derivatives include Tuesday , divine , jovial , Jupiter , diary , dismal , journey , and psychedelic.

Samoyed , from Russian -ed , eater. Nominative form of the personal pronoun of the first person singular. For oblique forms see me- 1. Derivatives include strange , and extreme. Derivatives include ambition , perish , sudden , transit , ion , initial , janitor , and January. Derivatives include inner , entrails , industry , and dysentery.

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Near, at, against. Derivatives include yes , soothe , sin 1 , essence , absent , and proud. Originally suffixed form of es-. Derivatives include chill , jelly , and glacier. Derivatives include comb , unkempt , and gem. To give birth, beget; with derivatives referring to aspects and results of procreation and to familial and tribal groups. Derivatives include kin , king , jaunty , genius , pregnant 1 , gingerly , and nature. Derivatives include carve , crawl 1 , and program.

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Derivatives include crack , cranberry , and pedigree. Words meaning "to cry hoarsely"; also words denoting the crow. Words denoting a crane. To give or receive. Derivatives include give , able , malady , prohibit , duty , and endeavor. Derivatives include heir , and gait. Derivatives include gold , arsenic , melancholy , Hare Krishna , gleam , glimpse , and glide. Words denoting colors. Words denoting gold. Words denoting bile. A range of Germanic words where no preforms are given, the words are late creations. To seize, take. Derivatives include get , guess , prison , comprehend , surprise , and prey.

Derivatives include orchard , kindergarten , courteous , choir , and choral. Derivatives include gut , funnel , fusion , and refund. Expressive root, found only in Tocharian in the literal meaning and Germanic. Derivatives include clever , and hieroglyphic. Derivatives include know , cunning , uncouth , ignore , noble , diagnosis , and narrate. To go, come. Derivatives include welcome , adventure , souvenir , acrobat , and diabetes. Derivatives include quick , vivid , vitamin , whiskey , amphibious , microbe , and hygiene.

To throw, reach, with further meaning to pierce. Derivatives include devil , emblem , metabolism , parliament , problem , symbol , ballet , and kill. Words denoting to pierce. Derivatives include grave 2 , grief , aggravate , baritone , guru , brute , and blitzkrieg. Derivatives include bane , fence , and offend. Derivatives include brand , brandy , forceps , and fornicate.

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Derivatives include cow 1 , beef , bugle 1 , and butter. Derivatives include yonder , identity , and item. Caelum , ceil , sallet , from Latin caelum? To defecate. Root imitative of glottal closure during defecation. To shine. Derivatives include have , heavy , cable , captive , deceive , capsule , and chassis. Derivatives include hard , and cancer. Possibly Greek karuon , nut karyo- ; eucaryote , gillyflower , synkaryon. Possibly Greek kata , down cata-. Derivatives include city , and cemetery. Derivatives include resuscitate , and kinetic. Derivatives include hell , hole , holster , apocalypse , and eucalyptus.

Calypso 1 , calyptra ; apocalypse , eucalyptus , from Greek kaluptein , to cover, conceal. Derivatives include exclaim , haul , calendar , and class. Derivatives include horn , unicorn , hornet , reindeer , migraine , cheer , rhinoceros , and cerebrum. Derivatives include cereal , Creole , concrete , and recruit.

Both a and b from Gaulish carros , a wagon, cart. Derivatives include cave , excavate , and church. Derivatives include decline , climax , climate , and ladder. Derivatives include leer , loud , and Hercules. Clio , from Greek kleiein , to praise, tell. Derivatives include he 1 , et cetera , and behind. Postposed in Latin -ce see nu-.

Derivatives include enough , handiwork , and country. Probably related to ost-. Derivatives include garble , crime , certain , excrement , crisis , and hypocrisy. Basic form with variant instrumental suffixes. To rest, be quiet. Derivatives include while , coy , and requiem. White; to shine. To revolve, move around, sojourn, dwell. Derivatives include colony , cult , wheel , cyclone , pulley , and bucolic. Derivatives include four , squad , quarantine , and farthing.

Stem of relative and interrogative pronouns. Derivatives include who , whether , either , quorum , quip , and quality. Probably a verbal root meaning "to appear. Derivatives include leech 1 , lecture , legend , intelligent , sacrilege , loyal , and logic. Derivatives include ledge , lair , beleaguer , lees , law , and fellow. Derivatives include levity , carnival , elevate , leprechaun , and lung.

Derivatives include slime , slick , and oblivion. Derivatives include eclipse , loan , and derelict. Derivatives include life , and liver. Derivatives include forlorn , analysis , and solve.

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