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Transcript of Latin Words
Def. Of or like a King or Queen
Synonym – Royal
In the medieval times there where many regal kings and queens in the European countries. Regal Noun
After the new queen caught a deadly disease, so her reign lasted only a month. Reign Noun
The murder of a king
In the early ages it was easier to commit regicide because there where not as much protection, but now it is a different story. Regicide Verb
To find guilty
Despite the evidence against him, Herman wouldn't admit that he committed a crime; the jury convicted him away. Convict Adj.
Winning or succeeding
After the victorious win our team had a party. Victorious Verb
To force or leave
Synonym- chase out
An aggressive intruder evicted the smaller birds from its nest. Evict Possessive Adj.
Wanting to own or control; jealous
Maria was very possessive of her toys and wouldn’t let her little sister play with them. Adj.
Very strong or powerful
The snakes venom was quick and potent; it could kill a person in less then 10 minutes. Potent Adj.
Rule all; all-powerful
King Charles I believed he was omnipotent, but he was overthrown and executed. Omnipotent Domestic Adj.
Having to do with the home
Harold felt that domestic task like dishwashing were beneath him. Verb
To rule completely
During World War 2 Hitler Dominated most of Eastern Europe. Dominate Noun
An area ruled or controlled
Antonym- free land
The Dominion of the last Russian Czars was enormous, covering millions of square miles Dominion Noun
Since the house been abandoned for many years and has become a domicile to the opossums and raccoons. Domicile Credits:
Latin and Greek Roots: A study of word families The End