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prim, princ
Latin root that means "first"
primary
first in time, order, or importance
primate
anything of the highest, or first, order of mammals that have very advanced brains and thumbs that can grasp things, including humans, monkeys, and lemurs
primeval
related to the earliest or first age, especially of the world
primitive
of long ago or first times
principality
a small state or country ruled by a prince (a first son)
principle
a first truth - a truth that is a foundation for other truths
sequ, sec
Latin root that means "follow"
sequence
the following of one thing after another
consecutive
following one right after the other
obsequious
overly attentive to someone you are following, that is, someone you think is important
persecute
follow after someone or follow through on someone in order to cause harm
secondary
following next after the first in order, place, time or importance
sect
group of people who follow the same beliefs
sequester
to keep from being followed, that is, to remove from public use or view
subsequently
coming, or following, after or later