pac-, peac-, peas-
(Latin: peace, peaceful, calm, quiet; eased anger or agitation)
2. A situation which is inclined or disposed to peace; peaceable.
3. Of or characteristic of a condition of peace.
2. To pay in advance for goods or services.
2. A payment made before the day it is due.
2. To give back, either in return or in compensation: "He wanted to repay her kindness with kindness."
3. To make a return or compensation for; such as, a company that repays hard work with bonuses.
4. To make or to do in return: "Mother tried to repay the woman's phone call later in the eveing."
2. The act of returning money received previously.
This R.I.P. symbol is used on tombstones, cards of mourning, etc. The plural form is Requiescant in pace, "May they rest in peace." The abbreviation, R.I.P. is used for both the singular and the plural applications.
A traditional justification for an arms buildup, from Vegetius, a fifth-century Roman military writer, in his Epitoma Rei Militaris.
Literally, "Where they create a desert, they call it peace" which is a quote from Tacitus' Agricola in which he was expressing the sentiments of a leader of the Britons who was defeated by the Romans.
2. Incapable of being appeased, significantly changed, or mitigated.
3. Impossible to appease or to satisfy: "We had an unappeasable thirst and hunger after the long, hot walk."