Proto-Indo-European doublets in Modern English adjectives
A doublet is a set of two words in the same language which are distinct but ultimately come from the same etymological root - for example, the words 'fear' (from Old English) and 'peril' (from Latin) which both ultimately derive from the same Proto-Indo-European root.
In the below quiz, find the Germanic/Old English-derived doublet for each Latin-derived word given. The etymologically-related parts of the word have been put in bold.
Note: only the parts of the clue words in bold are etymologically related to the answer words