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Caesar's English I: Lesson XIII

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Jennifer McMillian

on 25 January 2017

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Caesar's English Lesson XIII
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Meaning: good
Meaning: Sound
Bene
Meaning: know
Cogn
Son
Meaning: new
Nov
meaning: Blood
Sangui
Examples: benefit (a good thing to receive), benediction (a blessing), benefactor (a person who does a good thing)
Examples: sonorous (describes a full, loud sound), dissonance (a clashing hard sound), sonnet (a beautiful-sounding fourteen-line poem)
Examples: novice (a beginner), nova (a new star), innovation(new idea)
Examples: sanguine (means cheerful; rosy, blood-filled cheeks); sanuinary (bloody), and consanguinity (related by blood)
Examples: cognizance (knowing); incognito (in disguise; unknown), cognoscenti (the people who are said to know best)
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