Archive for the ‘Word Family: Proles’ Category

    Did you know: Prolific comes from French prolifique, which is in turn derived from Latin proles (progeny or offspring) + root of facere (to make). A prolific artist, thus, is one who makes/produces many works of art and prolific growth signifies abundant growth. From the same root we also get the word proliferate (multiply, grow fast), which is used in sentences such as ‘International security and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction were discussed in the meeting.   Read More ...

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    Interregnum, Regale, Regnant

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    The Incorrigible Criminal

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    Regime, Regimen, Regiment

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    The Incorrigible Criminal

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    Dr. Livingstone, I Presume?

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    Polity of the metropolis

    Posted on Aug - 15 - 2011

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    Agility, Agency, Agitation

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