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)

recti-, rect-
Latin: make right, adjust, remedy; make straight; to lead, put in a straight line; to rule; in this unit.
Greek > Latin: to recollect, to remember; act of recalling; to recall to memory; to remind of past events; in this unit.
Greek > Latin: orator; that which is spoken; in this unit.
rich, riches
Latin: possibly from regius, kingly, royal > powerful, mighty > wealthy, opulent; then > rich; in this unit.
rog-, roga-, -rogate, -rogation, -rogatory
Latin: ask, inquire, request, beg; propose; in this unit.
rumin-, rumina-
Latin: to chew over again, to chew the cud; to muse or to meditate; that is, to think about something in a deep and serious or dreamy and abstracted way or to think about something carefully, calmly, seriously, and for some time; in this unit.
sacr-, sacro-
Latin: divine, holy; religious; spiritual; heavenly; in this unit.
sali-, salt-, -sili-, sult-, -salta-
Latin: to leap, leaping; to jump, jumping; to hop, hopping; to spring forward, springing forward; in this unit.
scend-, scen-, scand-, scan-, scans-
Latin: to climb; to mount; by extension, a ladder; in this unit.
Latin: search, investigation, inquiry; examining, examination; inspect, inspection; in this unit.
sen-, sene-, seni-, sir-
Latin: old age, old, elder, elderly; in this unit.
sepsi-, sep-, septi-, septico-, septo-, -sepsis, -septic, -septicemia, -septicemic
Greek: decay, rot, putrefactive; in this unit.
sequest-, sequestr-
Latin: to give up for safe keeping; a depository, a trustee; to restrict; in this unit.
Latin: tranquility, calmness; peaceful, calm; in this unit.
serpe-, serpen-, serpent-, serpenti-
Latin: creeping, to creep; a creeping thing; snake, snakes; serpent, serpents; in this unit.

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