An Analysis of the Derivative Words in the English Language, or a Key to Their Precise Analytic Definitions, by Prefixes and Suffixes

An Analysis of the Derivative Words in the English Language, or a Key to Their Precise Analytic Definitions, by Prefixes and Suffixes

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...ing, ly ion ive. self. JViec-lectus, not choosing. un. Neighbor. An inhabitant of the same vicinity. ly hood, un ly. un. Notice, Notitia. Observation by any of the senses, civility, respect, remark, ed ing. Mm ed Nosco, to know. post. Nuptial, Nuptialis. Pertaining to marriage. post, Nubo, to marry. un. Nurture, f. To feed, nourish, bring up or educate; food or diet. ed ing. un ed. Nutrio, to nurse. in. Opul, ent, Opulentus. Wealthy, rich, affluent. ly, ence. in, ent. un. Pain, sax. An uneasy sensation, labor, toil, to disquiet. ful, ly, ness ed. un ed ful. Poena, pain. im. Palpa, ble, f. Perceptible by the touch, coarse, plain, obvious. ness, bly, bility. im, bility. Palpo, to touch or feel. un. Pardon, f. To forgive an offence, to remit a penalty, forgiveness. ed er ing ably able, ness. un ed ing able ably. im. Permanent, Permanens. Durable, lasting, remaining unchanged., ence, ency ly. im. Maneo, to abide. Pierce, f. To penetrate, to thrust a way into, to enter or effect. ed er ing, ly, ness able. im. Pious, Pius. Godly, religious, due respect for parents. ly. im ly ness. un. Pity, f. The feeling excited in one person by the distress of another, sympathy, having tender feelings. ful, ly, ness ed able, ness less, ly, ness. un ed ful, ly ing. inter. Pledge, f. Something put in pawn, a surety, to deposit. ed er ee ing. inter. un. Poet, f. and Poeta. The author of a poem, one skilled in poetry. ess ize ic, al ly ress ry. un ic, al ly. un. Pollute, Polluo. To defile or make unclean, to profane or violate. ed, ly, ness er ing ion. un ed. un. Prince, f. A sovereign, the ruler of a nation, son of a king. dom like ly, ness ess. un ly. im. Proba, ble, Probabilis. Likely, having more evidence than the contrary, that may be., bly Jbility. ishow more

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