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ligni-, lign- (Latin: wood) aciculilignosa
An evergreen and deciduous needle-leaved vegetation.
An explosive mixture of nitroglycerin, guncotton, wood pulp, and potassium nitrate.
In silvam ne ligna feras.
Don't carry logs into the forest. -Horace
lignicole, lignicoline, lignicolous
Plants that live on wood.
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In the United States, Latino stands for Latino Americano (Spanish for Latin American), or people whose native language originated from ancient Latin. It includes Spanish, Fren…ch and Portuguese speaking people born in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Hence, people from Mexico, Colombia, Cuba, Brazil or Argentina are known as Latinos.
One Latin equivalent may be caelum . Another may be tempestas . Either way, the Latin noun refers to fair weather as well as to foul.
Na (Sodium) - Natrium K (Potassium) - Kalium Fe (Iron) - Ferrum Cu (Copper) - Cuprum Ag (Silver) - Argentum Sn (Tin) - Stannum Sb (Antimony) - Stibium Au (Gold) …- Aurum Hg (Mercury) - Hydrargyrum Pb (Lead) - Plumbum
The 1st declension noun Silva, -ae, feminine means woods.
Add -us or -ius for a boy's name, or -a for a girl's name.
Pig Latin for 'magnolia wood' is 'ag-no-lia-may'.
Nomen means name in Latin
The Latin word for "names" is nomina, the plural form of the neuter noun nomen.
Latin is the language that used to be spoken in the Roman Empire, as such it is not a nationality. The term Latin is also used to describe people who come from countries where… Spanish and Portuguese is the primary language, and to describe those countries as a group; hence the term Latin America. If your surname is Latin, that tells us very little about your nationality, although it suggests some European connection.
Wood as in a group of trees = Silva Wood as building material = Materies wood as in cut wood, firewood = Lignum
English - Obviously its Millepede. Latin - The name "millipede" is a compound word formed from the Latin roots: Mille ("thousand") and Pes (Foot). Despite their name, no known… millepede has had 1000 legs. they probably never got close enough to count them...
You say supellex or apparatus.