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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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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.
i think it is something to do with soil or salt ?
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The root word is haste, and it is adverb that descrives doing something quickly, usually with little care.
The root word is juv. It means bad.
polite means when you are nice or kind
The Latin word for "root" is radix, which is the source of such English words as radical, eradicate ("to root out") and radish.
It means year or yearly for example anniversary this is a Latin root word.
The root "max-" means "greatest, largest", from the Latin adjective maximus, "largest".
There is no root word of autism. Prefix aut(o)- meaning self Suffix -ism meaning condition or disease Autism literally means a condition of self.
"From Medieval Latin abecedarium (alphabet or a book of the alphabet), from the letters a, b, c, and d." See the related link for more information.