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Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages by Umberto Eco[edit]

aesthetics (not the US spelling Brits might expect a US edition to use)
anagogical
ascetical
asceticism
canticle
carbuncle
Carthusian
chrysolite
Cistercian
effulgent
epistemology
joie de vivre (French used in English)
kolossal (German?)
Mannerist
medieval (the US spelling Brits might expect a US edition to use)
medievalist
overluxuriant
patristic
phenomenology
pulchrum (Latin)
sardius
Schoolmen
syncretism
teratology

Albigensian
alleluia
Areopagite
Aristotelian
Bauhütte (German)
cithera
concomitant
conductus
congenial
descant
diaphony
diastema
dyptych
eurhythmy
Hypophrygian
interpenetration
kalòn (Greek)
kalokagathìa (Greek)
kàllos (Greek)
lunette
Manichaeism
neume
noumena
organum
pancalism
pancalistic
pentad
premiss
Scholasticism
spondaic
systematise (-ise ending in an American edition)
writ large

apposite
Augustinian
Bergsonian
blazonry
concretion
corporeity
Dorian mode
Emanationism
hylomorphic
laity
Monasticism
mythopoeic
opusculum (needs English)
primitism
Lydian mode
par excellence
poetics
sfumatura
stained glasswork
theophanic
theophany
Thomistic
Vitruvian

actualise
affective
architectonic
colour (proof we're dealing with British orthography)
delectation
emotionalism
entelechy
eurythmy
focussed (double s?)
psalter
reciprocity
tropological
Victorine

connaturality
deontological
desacrilise
goliardic
hyperuranic
theocentric
tridimensional

come to grief
dicta
haecceitas (Latin)
individuate
Ockhamist
particularise
Schöpfertung (German)
Scotist

cavil verb
innatism