What is the meaning of the latin word?
Sci = Know! (As a singular imperative)
Aquariu s comes the Latin word " aqua " meaning" water " + " -ius " equivalent to the English -er , denoting a person that does something. Thus Aquariusmeans "water-er" or "wa…ter bearer".
The word "kaput" is of German, not Latin, origin. The similar Latin word caput means "head."
The Latin word calculus means "pebble". It is still used this way in medicine, where "calculus" can be used to refer to a kidney stone or gallstone, and by extension to the …mineral buildup on teeth also called "tartar". The mathematical term "calculus" derives from the ancient use of pebbles as counters on counting tables (abacuses).
The word embarrare does not exist in Latin. In Spanish, it is the first- and third-person singular future subjunctive of the verb embarrar , "to cover with mud". And it …is conjugated: embarrare, embarrares, embarrare, embarrÃ¡remos, embarrareis, embarraren . Actually this tense (future subjunctive) in Spanish has become old-fashioned in spoken Spanish. It is only used in Classic Spanish texts or in certain expressions such as "sea lo que fuere " "Adonde fueres has lo que vieres ( Do what Romans do ) ". This tense has been replaced by the present subjunctive: embarrara, embarraras ... or the past perfect subjunctive: haya embarrado, hayas embarrado...
Aer = Air That's primary use. May mean atmosphere, breeze and a couple of others. Depends on context
The Latin origin of the word sediment is the word sedimentum or "setting" which comes from sedere, meaning "settle".
Unity; conformity; agreement, concord.
Out of, from
From Latin "filamentum, filamenta, filamenti, filamentae" whose meaning is "thread". therefore, "filamentosa" means: "having or containig little threads", but in femenine gend…er.