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 > French: to be, about to be; future; in this unit.
French: pledge, promise; release, free in this unit.
galeo-, galea-, galeat-, galei-, galer-
Latin: Latin: helmet, helmet shaped, to cover with a helmet; cap; used primarily in zoology and botany with phases of sense development that seem to have been: weasel, weasel's skin or hide, leather, and then a helmet made of leather; by extension, it also means "cat, cats" in some words; in this unit.
Latin: overly talkative, loquacious, chattering; in this unit.
Latin: to make a collection; to gather what is left after the reapers; in this unit.
glutto-, glutt-
Latin: to swallow, gulp down; in this unit.
Latin: deceitfully flattering, praising or complimenting insincerely or excessively; in this unit.
Latin: large, great; in this unit.
greg-, -gregate, -gregation
Latin: flock; assemble; gather; come together, get together; in this unit.
gymno-, gymn
Greek: unclothed, bare, unclad, disrobed, undressed; naked, nude; in this unit.
herm-, herme-
Greek: Hermes, the son of Zeus and Maia, the god of commerce and messenger of the gods in Greek mythology; identified by the Romans as Mercury; however, some of the words in this unit come from Hermes tris megistos, Hermes Trismegistus, literally, "Hermes, Thrice the Greatest" referring to the Egyptian god Thoth, who was identified with the Greek god Hermes, of science and arts; in this unit.
Latin: winter, wintered, wintry; in this unit.
hoax, hocus
Hoodwink, deceive, cheat; believed to be from hocus pocus which is probably from a pseudo Latin phrase: hax pax max Deus adimax, that was used by traveling conjurers to impress their audiences; in this unit.
hor-, horr-
Latin: bristling, rough, roughness; rudeness; shaking, tremble, trembling, shutter; shock; disgust, hatred; resulting in horror, horrid, etc.; in this unit.
idea, ideas
Greek idein > Latin idea: the result of a mental process; in this unit.

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