About: The root word “Scend” is taken from the Latin word “Scandere” which means “to climb/ to go up”. There may be slight change of root word in its use of derived words, but they (derived words) will always exhibit the literal sense of root word.
Ascend (verb) - Go up or climb.
Ascension (noun) - The action of rising to an important position or a higher level.
Ascent (noun) - A climb or walk to the summit of a mountain or hill.
Condescend (verb) - Show that one feels superior; be patronizing.
Condescendence (noun) - Voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior.
Descend (verb) - Move or fall downwards.
Descendent (adjective) - Descending from an ancestor.
Descent (noun) - An act of moving downwards, dropping, or falling.
Scansion (noun) - The action of scanning a line of verse to determine its rhythm.
Transcend (verb) - Be or go beyond the range or limits of (a field of activity or conceptual sphere).
Transcendence (noun) - Existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level.
Transcendent (adjective) - Beyond or above the range of normal or physical human experience.