English word hack quiz #3

Equi

Equal.

Equilateral

Having all the sides or faces equal.

Equinox

Either of the two times during the year when the sun's rays are perpendicular to the earth's equator, occurring in March and September. During the equinox, day and night are both 12 hours long all over the world.

Equidistant

Of or at an equal distance.

Equilibrium

A state of balance between two or more forces.

Omni

All, every.

Omnipotent

Possessing infinite power; all-powerful.
The supreme deity; God (usually preceded by the).

Omniscient

Infinite in knowledge; all-knowing.
Possessing great knowledge; seeming to know everything.
The supreme deity; God (usually preceded by the).

Omnipresence

Having a presence at all times in all places.
Existing in all places at any given time.

Omnibus

A book that is a collection of short works by the same author or on a single theme.
Concerning or including a large collection of things.

Per

Through, intensive

Perspire

To give off moisture through the pores of the skin; sweat.

Permit

To allow (someone or something) to go into or be in a place.
To allow; let.
To give an opportunity for or to.
A written statement that officially allows someone to do something; license.

Pervade

To spread or to be present everywhere in.

Perambulate

To walk through or over, especially in order to inspect; travel through.
To walk around; stroll.