Dear Latin Teacher,
I need 5 derivatives for the Latin word bellum. I have searched all over and can't find 5 of them.
bellicose: argumentative, ready to fight.
belligerent: warlike, ready for war; punchy, rude, difficult to get along with, petulant.
antebellum: built before the civil war.
bellipotent: powerful in war, mighty.
casus belli: an event that brings about a declaration of war.
And is it cheating to give several forms of one true derivative?
Hope this helps, and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.
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