The word "neurotoxin" comes from the Latin words neuron(nerve) and toxicum (poison). The Latin words come from the Greek words neuro (cord) and toxikon pharmakon (arrow poison).
There isn't really any word in latin for gorgeous. There are a couple different latin words for beautiful though.
There isn't any! Latin doesn"t have words like ninja, pizza, things like that where there aren't any in their state.
Latin is like Japanese in that there is no word for the, nor any use for it. EDIT: While this is true in Classical Latin, common Latin (or vulgar Latin) did have a word for "the": ille, illa, illud (that/those). These words are the roots for and the reason that le, la, il, and the like are "the" in French, Spanish, and Italian.
No. The word 'koala' is derived from any of several possible Australian aboriginal words.
The word "terrible" does not originate from any Latin terms. The Latin term for one may be looking for is the Latin word "atrox." This word is the Latin for terrible, horror, and cruel.
There are not any Roman words, Romans spoke a variety of different languages but the most dominant dialects were Latin and Greek. The Latin word for knowledge is 'conscienta' and in Greek is 'gnosis'.
Numbers vary, depending on how you count wordsand how you define 'originally'. For example, if you drop out uncommon scientific words, the percentage drops. If Latin borrowed the word from Greek and English borrowed from Latin, do you say the word is originally Greek or Latin? At any rate, over 60% of the common English words are considered to be from Latin.
There are several words for die (or dies) in latin... here are some of the forms: * mori- die * transit- pass away/dies If you have any more questions about latin, ask me. :)
"To learn" in Latin is discere (the root of our words "disciple", "discipline" and so on). How to translate any given occurrence of "learn" in an English text into Latin depends on the grammatical context.
The word "fatigue" is derived from the Latin word "Fatigatio," which has the same meaning.
Yes. The word "quadruped" is from the Latin words for "four feet". A quadruped is any four-legged animal.