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Aries 7: A man successfully expressing himself in two realms at once

Aries 7: A man successfully expressing himself in two realms at once

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T h e w o r d s u c c e ss f u l l y h a s f o u r p a r t s — a b a s e , c ess ; a p re f i x , s u c - ; a s u f f i x , - f u l ; a n d a n o t h e r s u f f i x, - l y . T h e b a s e d e s ce n d s f r o m t h e r o o t k e d which means “to go; yield.”1 Among its p a r on y m s cession, are abcess, antecede, c o n c e de , a c ce d e d , c e a se , decease, access, cede, a n c e st o r ,

e x c e e d , in c e s sa n t ,

T h e w o r d s u c c e ss f u l l y h a s f o u r p a r t s — a b a s e , c ess ; a p re f i x , s u c - ; a s u f f i x , - f u l ; a n d a n o t h e r s u f f i x, - l y . T h e b a s e d e s ce n d s f r o m t h e r o o t k e d which means “to go; yield.”1 Among its p a r on y m s cession, are abcess, antecede, c o n c e de , a c ce d e d , c e a se , decease, access, cede, a n c e st o r ,

e x c e e d , in c e s sa n t ,

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Aries 7: A man successfully expressing himself in two realmsat once
The word
successfully
has fourparts
a base,
cess
; a prefix,
suc-
; asuffix,
-ful
; and another suffix,
-ly
.The base descends from the root 
ked-
 
which means “to go; yield.”
1
Amongits paronyms are
abcess
,
acceded 
,
 access
,
ancestor 
,
antecede
,
cease
,
 cede
,
cession
,
concede
,
decease
,
 exceed 
,
incessant 
,
intercede
,
necessary 
,
precede
,
predecessor 
,
proceed 
,
 
and
secede.
The prefix
suc-
descends from the root 
upo-
 
which means “
under,
up from under, over.”
2
Among its paronyms are the words
above
,
up
,
 open
,
often
,
supine
,
valet 
,
eaves
,
 
and
opal.
The first suffix descends from the root 
pele-1
 
which means “to fill”
and whose many derivatives refer to abundance and multitude, e.g.
accomplish
,
complete
,
comply 
,
deplete
,
fill 
,
full 
,
folk 
,
hoi polloi
,
 implement 
,
plebe
,
plenary 
,
plenty 
,
plethora
,
plural 
,
plus
,
replenish
,
 replete
,
supply 
,
 
and
surplus.
3
 The word
expressing
has three parts: the prefix
ex-
, the base
 press
,and the suffix
ing.
The prefix descends from the root 
eghs-
4
 
which
means “out” and from which descend the words
exoteric
,
exotic
,
external 
,
 exterior 
,
extreme
, and
strange.
The base descends from the root 
per-4
which means “to strike
.
Its paronyms include the words
compress
,
 depress
,
espresso
,
express
,
impress
,
imprint 
,
pressure
,
print 
,
repress
,
 reprimand 
,
reprisal 
,
 
and
suppress.
5
Another paronym is an archaic sense
1
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 38
 
2
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 94
 
3
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 64
 
4
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 22
 
5
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 66
 
 
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of the word
 pregnant 
, i.e. “convincing, cogent; used of an argument orproof.”
6
 The word
him
 
descends from the root 
ko-
 
which means “this” and
which is the stem of several pronouns such as
he
,
he
,
his
, etc.
 
7
 Paronyms include
hind 
(located at or forming the back or rear;posterior),
behind 
,
hinder 
, and
hindrance
.The word
self 
descends from the root 
s(w)e-
as do several otherwords and forms referring to social groupings, e.g.
ethnic
,
gossip
,
 seclusion
,
separate
,
solitary 
,
solo
,
suicide
, and
sibling
.
8
Another paronymis
seduction
(to lure or entice away from duty, principles, or properconduct; induce to have sex).The keyword
 two
descends from the root 
dwo-
 
which means “two”
and from which are also derived the words
duo
,
duet 
, and
entwine
.
9
 The word
realm
descends from the root 
reg-1
which means “to movein a straight line” and whose dozens of derivatives connote directing,
leading, and ruling.
10
Among them are found several authority figures,e.g.
ra
,
 
(
maha
)
rajah
,
rector 
,
regent 
,
viceroy 
, as well as the adjuncts andinstruments of their power, e.g.
address
,
arrogate
,
correction
,
directive
,
 interrogation
,
prerogative
,
rack 
,
rank 
,
regime
,
Reich
,
region
,
reign
,
 regulation
,
and rule.
There are also several adjectives associated withrule, straightness and leadership:
adroit 
,
direct 
,
erect 
,
rectitude
,
regal 
,
 royal 
, and
right 
. Similarly, there are a few that emphasize resistance toor defiance of authority or accepted norms, e.g.
reckless
,
incorrigible
,and possibly
rake
. The latter means “an immoral or dissolute person”and “a libertine.”
 
6
 
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7
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 43
 
8
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, pp. 87-8
 
9
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, pp. 21-2
 
10
 
Watkins, C. (2000), The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo European Roots, p. 70
 

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