Completed Units in Word Info and Get Words Sites That Have Been Enhanced and Upgraded

(all of the enhanced units present parts of speeches (when applicable), have definitions for word entries, and clarifying sentences in context)

Latin: agitated, alarmed, restless, anxious, solicitous; fear, fearful, fright; terror; consternation; in this unit.
Latin: to rub; to thresh, to grind; to wear away; from tritus, past participle of terere, "to rub"; in this unit.
Greek: third; usually applied as a prefix; in this unit.
troglo-, trogl-
Greek > Latin: cave; thriving in caves; cave dweller; in this unit.
Troglobites, cave creatures which live buried alive;
cave-dwelling creatures; in this unit.
Latin: a suffix; state, quality, condition of; in this unit.
tycho-, tych-
Greek: accident, chance, fortune, fate, providence; in this unit.
tyro-, tiro-
Latin: beginner, novice [also, originally, a "young soldier" or "recruit"]; in this unit.
ulula-, ululat-
Latin: howl, wail, screech, cry out; in this unit.
uvul-, uvulo-
Latin: a pendent, fleshy mass; the small, fleshy mass hanging from the soft palate above the root of the tongue; composed of the levator and tensor palati muscle of the uvula, connective tissue, and mucous membrane; literally, "little grape"; in this unit.
vaga-, vag-, vago-
Latin: wander, move around; unsettled, wandering [nerve]; in this unit.
vast-; wast-
Latin: waste, lay waste completely; from vastare, "to make empty, to lay waste", from vastus, "empty, waste, desert"; in this unit.
veh-, vect-
Latin: quantity having magnitude and direction; carrier, bearer, conveyer; from the stem of vehere, "to carry, to convey, to cart"; in this unit.
Latin: to beat, to strike; to drive, to force back; from verber, whip, lash, rod; by extension, to make sounds or noises or those sounds and echoes that are thrown back again or repeatedly; in this unit.
vern-, vernal-
Latin: spring, of the spring [season]; in this unit.

Also see this Completed Units of Special Compositions, Topics, or Subjects That Provide Special Information about specific word-entry units.