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What is the root meaning of the word Religion?
According to Cisero: from RELEGARE "go through again, read again," from RE - "again" + LEGERE "read. However, popular etymology among the later ancients (and many modern writers) connects it with religare "to bind fast" via notion of "place an obligation on," or "bond between humans and gods." Another possible origin is RELIGIENS "careful,"
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Boun means well and good.
The Latin root "-cide" comes from the word caedere, which means "to kill." There are many examples of it used in English words: Homicide - killing a person Suicide - killi…ng oneself Patricide - killing one's father Matricide - killing one's mother Fratricide - killing one's brother Sororicide - killing one's sister Regicide - killing a king Infanticide - killing a baby Genocide - killing an entire group or race of people Pesticide - killing pests (insects, rodents, weeds, other unwanted organisms) Herbicide - killing plants (weeds) Insecticide - killing insects Fungicide - killing fungus These are just some of the more common examples. You can find many more online or in a dictionary.
To hang. It means the word Crusty I dont know if this will help but In Africa they would name their children names that would not appeal to evil spirits so these evil spirits …would not get the children. its mainly a girl name though so the name means Crusty
it means animal...as in zoo, zoology, zodiac, etc
The root word Nat comes from nascere, meaning to be born.
it means to sit or sedate
nym = mean or name
It means "life". Some examples are: vital, vitality, vitalize, and vitamin.
Go away, move
One of the root words of edict is "dict", which means "to speak". Some other words with the same root word of "dict" are contradict, which means to speak against; dictation, w…hich means to write down what someone says; predict, which means to say what will happen before it occurs; and dictionary, which means a reference book in which spoken or written words are defined.
The Latin is "religare". It means to tie back, or bind back - to God. The prefix lig- also contributes other words to the English language, such as ligation and ligature, for …instance.
archaic = αρχαϊκ-ός < αρχαί-ος + -ικός (=ancient + -suffix for adjectives) αρχαί-ος < αρχή [archee] = the beginning, the start, the authority…