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tang/tact
Latin root that means "touch"
tangible
capable of being "touched", material
intact
not touched, whole, or with nothing missing
intangible
not capable of being touched or felt
tact
the right "touch" - the ability to say and do the right things; skill in dealing with people and situations
tactful
having the right "touch" - ability to say and do the right things; skillful in dealing with people and situations
tactile
of or about touch
tangent
in contact, touching
fid
Latin root that means "trust"
confidence
trust or faith in something or someone
confidant
someone trusted with your secrets; a close friend
confidential
told or written in the trust or belief that the matter will remain a secret
diffident
lacking in trust in oneself; lacking self-confidence; shy
fidelity
trust in, faithfulness to, and loyalty to something
infidel
a person who does not believe in or trust a particular faith or religion; or, jokingly, someone who does not share one's love for a favorite book, show, or movie
perfidy
breaking faith and trust; act of treachery or betrayal