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Write answers in complete sentences:
How long is the President's term of office?
Which Presidents had been generals in the army? Which President was author of the Declaration of Independence?
Of which President was it said, "First in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen”?
Which President said, "Our Federal Union: it must be preserved"; "Ask nothing but what is right; submit to nothing wrong"?
Which President was the author of the expression, "The government of the people, by the people, and for the people ?"
Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable. -Daniel Webster.
I had rather be right than be president.-Henry Clay.
And sovereign law; that state's collected will,
O'er thrones and globes elate,
Sits empress, crowning good, repressing ill.
-Sir William Jones.
Aa ron, lofty
Boys' Names and their Signification
A bel, breath
Ca leb, a dog
Cal vin, bald
Clar ence, illustrious
Dan'i el, a divine judge
Dex ter, the right hand
Er nest, earnest
Ez ra, help
Fe lix, happy
Gus ta'vus, a warrior
Hen ry, head of a house
Jes se, wealth
Joseph, he shall add
Le Ŏn'i das,
Mar cus, Mark,
Na hum, consolation
Nich'o las, victory of the people
Oc ta'vi us, eighth-born
Pe ter, a rock
Philip, lover of horses
A da, happiness
Ag nes, pure
A me'lia, busy
William, a protector
Girls' Names and their Signification
Ger trude, spear-maiden
Har'ri et, feminine of Henry
I da, God-like
Jo'şeph îne, feminine of Joseph
Au gus'ta, feminine of Augustus Lau ra, a laurel
Lil'i an, a lily
Viç to'ri a, victory
Win'i fred, a lover of peace
Additional Derivatives from Latin and Greek Words
The root of a derivative is the word from which it was formed. The meaning of the root is the leading idea in the meaning of the derived word. The forms of roots in derivatives are often changed more or less for the sake of euphony or for other reasons.
LATIN AND GREEK ROOTS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES.
Amo, amatum, to love. Root forms: am, amat.
amiable, amity, enamor, amicable, amateur. Animus, anima, mind, soul, life. Root form: anim. animal, animation, animosity, magnanimity. Audio, auditum, to hear. Root forms: aud, audit. audible, audience, auditory, inaudible, auditor.
Bene, well; good.
benefactor, benediction, benison, benefit, benevolence. Brevis, short. Root forms: brev, bref.
brevity, brief, abbreviate, breve.
Bis, twice; two. Root form, bi.
biped, biennial, bisect, bivalve, biscuit.
Capio, captum, to take. Root forms: cap, capt, cept. captive, receptacle, capable, captor, reception. Credo, creditum, to believe. Root forms: cred, credit. creed, credible, credulous, credit, credential.
Clamo, clamatum, to cry out. Root forms: clam, clamat. exclaim, clamorous, acclamation, proclaim, claimant. Dico, dictum, to say. Root forms: dic, dict.
diction, dictate, contradict, predict.
Duco, ductum, to lead. Root forms: duc, duct.
Gradior, gressus, to walk. Root forms: grad, gress. progress, egress, congress, transgress, retrograde.
Grex, gregis, a flock. Root form: greg.
aggregate, segregate, congregate, gregarious.
Habeo, habitum, to have; to hold. Root forms: hab, habit. inhabit, prohibit, exhibit, habitable.
Hæreo, hæsum, to stick. Root forms: her, hes. adhere, cohesion, incoherent, hesitate.
Jungo, junctum, to join. Root forms: jung, junct. adjunct, junction, subjunctive, conjuncture. Lego, lectum, to choose; to read. Root forms: leg, lect. select, election, elegant, legible, lecture.
Locus, a place. Root forms: loc, lieu.
local, locomotive, locality, localize, lieutenant. Loquor, locutus, to speak. Root forms: loqu, locut. loquacious, colloquy, soliloquy, circumlocution.
Manus, the hand. Root forms: man, main.
manual, manuscript, manacle, manufacture.
Mitto, missum, to send.
Root forms: mit, miss.
transmit, omit, intermittent, missionary.
Moveo, motum, to move. Root forms: mov, mot. motive, promote, commotion, remote, movable. Root forms: nom, nomin.
Nomen, nominis, a name.
noun, denominator, pronominal, cognomen.
Nosco, notum, to know, to mark. Root form: not. notable, notice, incognito, denote.
omnibus, omniscient, omnivorous, omnipotent.
Oro, oratum, to speak; to pray.
adore, inexorable, oral, oration.
Root form: orat.
Pono, positum, to put; to place. Root forms: pon, posit. postpone, posture, depository, propose.
Plico, plicatum, to fold. Root forms: plic, plicat.
multiplication, simplicity, duplicity, triple.