# 5.3: §44. Chapter 5- Exercises

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1. Identify the absolutely predictable Latin adjective from which each of the following English adjectives is derived (e.g., capital: capitalis):

 a. radial ___________________ d. tabular ___________________ b. famous ___________________ e. urban ___________________ c. senile ___________________ f. virulent ___________________

2. Using the format given in §43, write out ANALYSES for the following English words:

 a. popular _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ b. equine _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ c. corporal _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________

3. The ETYMOLOGICAL MEANING of plumber (plumbarius) is “worker in lead.” Using a dictionary, find the Latin etymon (source-word) and the etymological meaning of (a) carpenter and (b) terrier.

 a. ____________________ __________________________________________________ Etymon Etymological meaning b. ____________________ __________________________________________________ Etymon Etymological meaning

4. The Latin words calidarium and frigidarium referred to hot (calidus) and cold (frigidus) rooms in the Roman baths. An English derivative from calidarium (through Norman French) is cauldron or caldron, “a hot place.” What modern trademark cleverly suggests “a cold place”?

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5. Identify the Roman deities behind the following English adjectives:

 jovial ________________________________________ mercurial ________________________________________ martial ________________________________________ saturnine ________________________________________ venereal ________________________________________ cereal ________________________________________

For Key to Exercises (Latin), see Appendix I.

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