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It derives from hebrew/idish
Well, it can be argued that several words and phrases came from Erin. First, there needs to be an understanding that Irish (like Welsh and Scots) is part of the Gaelic languag…e, actually uncommon dialects within the language. Words like "whiskey" have a direct meaning in Gaelic - the translation is "water of life". Other words. Donneybrook (a huge fight/brawl) Berserk (violent, crazed) - origin is thought to be from early invasions of Ireland by the Vikings, who were considered crazed warriors, or "Beserkers". How they got 'crazed' is open to debate - some think eating hallucingenic mushrooms. Phrases: "Bob's your uncle" - based on political antics performed by the British during their rule of the country. See: http://www.worldwidewords.org/qa/qa-bob1.htm
it means to cry kinda like a cat :)
The Romance languages: Italian, Spanish and French.
The English word "audience" is a word derived from Latin meaning those who hear
I think you mean to ask from what language the name Alabama is derived. There was a native American tribe called the Alabama, but their tribal name may have been taken from an…other tribe, the Choctaw, from a phrase meaning "clearers of the thicket." You can find more on Wikipedia.
The Germanic languages (such as English and German) came from Indo-European which started in the Fertile Crescent area (middle east region) Indo-European spread north and as p…eople became more isolated, Indo-European branched off (Germanic, Slavic, and Romance languages are examples) As people in these sub groups split off, their language chnaged again, giving us more languages such as Russian(slavic), Latvian(Slavic) Italian(romance) Spanish(romance) English(Germanic) High German(Germanic) and low German(Germanic) The main German we know today is High German, and that is it's origin.
Latin. It's from Late Latin pollutio "defilement," from Latin polluere "to soil, defile, contaminate", itself from por- "before" + -luere "to smear"
The word tattoo is derived from a Polynesian noun tatau meaning "puncture, mark made on skin."
Tsunami comes from Japanese.
Liberty and prosperity are both derived from Latin.
From the Marathi language of western and central India - mangus
In Animal Life
Caterwauling may sound like your cat is yelling at you and can be quite alarming the first few times you hear it. Your cat makes this noise for a number of reasons. There …may be a stray cat hanging around outside or he may be trying unsuccessfully to get your attention. Female cats will often caterwaul when in heat.
The word gluttons is derived from the language that is known as Latin from the word gluttire (to gulp or swallow), where the definition of the word means over-consumption of t…hings.