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Latin Bases, Prefixes, and Suffixes

For each base, prefix, or suffix below, provide a meaning.
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Alien
of another
Art
art, skill
Fin
end, limit
Firm
firm, strong
Fort
strong
Gran
great
Grav
heavy
Line
line
Nihil
nothing
Nul
nothing
Part
part
Verb
word, verb
Vest
garment
Ambi
both, around
Ante
before, in front of
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Circum
around
Con, Com, Co
with, together, very
Contra, Counter
against
De
down, off, thoroughly
Dis, Di, Dif
apart, in different directions
Ced, Cess
to go, to yield
Duct, Duc
to lead
Judic
judgement
Jur, Just
right, law, take oath, form opinion
Sacr
holy
Apt
to fit
Fac
to make
Sed
to sit
Ab, A, Abs
away, from
Lev
light, to lift
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Ad, Ac
to, toward
Ex, E, Ef
out, from, completely
Extra, Extro
outside, beyond
Ob
toward, against, face to face
Per
through, wrongly, completely
Cruc
cross
Greg
flock, herd
Hab, Ab
to have, to hold as, customary
Ped
foot
Pung, Punct
to prick, point
Loqu, Locut
to speak
Lud, Lus
to play, mock
Prec
to request, beg, prayer
Trud, Trus
to push, thrust
Vent, Ven
to come
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