4th and 5th Grade 4th- Ch. 5-6 and 5th- Ch. 3 Derivatives

4th and 5th Grade 4th- Ch. 5-6 and 5th- Ch. 3 Derivatives

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Term Definition
puerile (puer, i – boy) childish or immature
virtue (vir, i- man) moral excellence and purity of heart (This through history has been considered what it means to be a man.)
virtuous (vir, i- man) having moral excellence and purity of heart
germane (germanus/a- brother/sister) relating to a topic; remaining on topic
filial (filus/a- son/daughter) of or befitting a son or daughter
magistrate (magister/a- teacher) a civil officer with power to administer the law
magisterial (magister/a- teacher) authoritative; commanding
disciple (discipulus/a- student) one who embraces and assists in spreading the teachings of another
discipline (discipulus/a- student) training expected to produce a specific character
domain (dominus/a- master) a territory over which control exercised
dominion (dominus/a- master) control or exercise of control; sovereignty
indomitable (dominus/a- master) impossible to overcome; unconquerable
servitude (servus/a- slave) subjection to an owner or master; forced labor imposed as a punishment
amicable (amicus/a- friend) friendly; peaceable
amiable (amicus/a – friend) friendly; good-natured
amity (amicus/a- friend) peaceful relations especially between nations
ludicrous (ludus, i- game, school, play) laughable; ridiculous

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