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That in the Latin c and g are hard before a, o, and u, and soft before e w, ac , i and y. Calo is pronounced kalo; colo, kolo; cura, kura; cedo, sedo; civis, sivis. In Gallia, lego, gutta, the g is sounded like the same letter in the English word go; in gelu and gibbus, like g in giant. In the Greek roots c x and g are always sounded hard. That dissyllables have the accent on the first syllable: a'lo, a'ger, ca'nis. For the pronunciation of the roots from the French and other languages, we do not deem it necessary to make any provision. The roots of this character are so few, and; in regard to the French especially, all written instruction is so unserviceable, that, if the pupil feels any desire for such information, he must seek it in the proper books or from proper teachers.
Thus, core, courage, and encourage come from cor the NVom.
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Component and postpone come from pono bnd. A slight modification in the form of the derivative arises from the change of a and e of the primitives into i in the compounds and derivatives. Thus, teneo, when it takes con, per, or any other prefix, becomes contineo, pertineo, and the corresponding English derivatives are tenant, continent, and pertinent. From sapio we have sapid, sapient, and insipid, insipience. AC'ID, sour. AC'RID, sharp. Acnop'oLIs, the citadel. I AcRos'TIc, a kind of poem.
AcU'MEN, sharpness of intellect. A gger, a heap. AG'ILE, quick; active. Ig'i-o, to drive, to stir. ACT, to do, to perform. ENACT', to perform; to decree. Ac'TIVE, busy; quick. EXACT', strict; accurate.
ucfauspeacmylu.tk AC'TOR, a stage-player. AC'TIoN, a deed; an operation.
A'GENT, a substitute; a factor. COACT', to act together. REACT', to act again; to resist. AG'ONv, violent pain.
ALis, gifts to the poor. II 4 es, the Alps.
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AL'TER, to change. I c gsc. AM'BLE, a gentle trot. AM'ITY, friendship. EN'EMY, a foe; an adversary.
Amm-o, to love. A'm1ABLE, worthy of love. AM'oRovs, inclined to love.. AM'PLE, full; wide. AM'PLY, largely; copiously. AN'GEL, a celestial spirit. I -o a2x 9, to vex. AN'GER, resentment; rage. AN'GRY, provoked; enraged. AN'GLE, a corner. I1nn-us, a year. Iztiqu-uSs, old or ancient. AN'TIC, odd; fanciful. ADAPT', to fit; to adjust. APT, fit; ready. INEPT', trifling; foolish. JIqaua water. Jrbter,, arbitr-i, an umpire or judge.
AR'BOR, a bower. Irct-os Upxeo5 , a bear, the north. Irc-us, a bow.