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What language is the word caterwaul derived from?
A shrill howling or wailing noise.
The word Bible comes from the Greek word biblos meaning 'a book.'
Pretty much all of the words in the English language were derived from European languages.
Old English scolere "student," from Middle Latin scholaris , from Late Latin scholaris "of a school," from Latin schola school ~5th. century.
from french word sauf
The word "razor" is from Old French, from a word meaning "to scrape, shave." It is from the late 13th century. Please see the related link below.
"Sin" is a word that appears in many languages of Germanic origin. Some scholars think it my be an early borrowing of the Latin word sons , meaning "guilty", but others deriv…e it directly from a Proto-Indo-European root.
"Sarge" (short for "sergeant") is derived from Latin by way of French. The word appeared in Latin as servientem (the accusative of serviens , "serving" from the Latin verb … servire , "to serve; to be a slave"). In Late Latin this came to mean "a public official", and it developed into sergent in French.
From Old Italian parasole, from parare to shield + sole sun..
The word stomach is derived from the Latin stomachus which is derived from the Greek word stomachos , ultimately from stoma (ÏÏÏÎ¼Î±), "mouth". The words …gastro- and gastric (meaning related to the stomach) are both derived from the Greek word gaster (Î³Î±ÏÏÎ®Ï). So from the greek language and the Latin