Is Danish derived from latin?
No, danish comes from the same group of languages as English do: the germanic languages (and they come from the Indo-European languages).
While English is a germanic language, danish is also a part of the northern languages (the languages in Scandinavia).
Probability is derived from Latin, not Greek. Probability is derived from Latin, not Greek. Probability is derived from Latin, not Greek. Probability is derived from Latin, not Greek.
The word factory is derived from the medieval Latin word factoria. It is also derived from the Latin word factor.
We use the Latin alphabet, which was derived from the Greek alphabet, which was derived from the Phoenician alphabet that derived from cuneiform which derived from pictographs (hieroglyphs) Latin alphabet for English: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Latin alphabet for Latin: ABCDEFZHIKLMNOPQRSTVWX Greek alphabet: ΑΒΓΔΕΖΗΘΙΚΛΜΝΞΟΠΡΣΤΥΦΧΨΩ
LATE 14th Century Old French derived from Latin, derived from Old Latin, derived from Porot-Latin "gnoscere", meaning "to know".
Nearly 0% is derived from Latin, however, nearly 100% is influenced by latin.
virus is derived from latin virus that mean slimy, poisonous, or toxin.
its derived frm da latin word environ meanin "surroundings"
Potassium has a chemical symbol that is derived from a Latin name.
Morbid, derived from the Latin morbus (disease)
Answer It is an abbreviation of "leg godt", which means "play well" Coincidentally, "Lego" is also a Latin verb which means, "I assemble". Although the company Lego is Danish, the company's name is of Latin origin. It means "I read" in Latin.
Latin and the word it's derived from is bis source:Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1
the English word market derived from the North French word market derived from the Latin root *marcatus derived from the Latin word mercatus (gathering for the purposes of commerce, market; fair) derived from the Latin word mercari (trade; buy) derived from the Latin word merx (commodity; merchandise, goods Another interesting observation.... It could be derived from the South Indian language,Kannada. Maaru (selling) +katte (platform)
The Romance languages (one group of many human languages) are derived from Latin. Many Latin words are borrowed directly from Latin into other languages, and many abbreviations are derived from their Latin roots.
french is derived from latin therefore it is a latin language.
They are both derived from Latin. One is not derived from the other.
The English adjective "insular" derived from the Latin word insula, meaning "island."
The name ferret is derived from the Latin furittus, meaning "little thief"
Most of the scientific are derived from Latin language.
derived from the Old French word autoritederived from the Latin word auctoritas (authority, influence; responsibility; title, ownership; right to authorize)derived from the Medieval Latin word auctor (seller, vendor; originator)derived from the Latin word auctus (enlarged, large, abundant; growth, increase, enlargement)derived from the Latin word augere (increase, enlarge, augment)derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *aug-
The English word "audience" is a word derived from Latin meaning those who hear
Most of the scientific names are derived from Latin language.
Chemical symbols are derived from Latin words for the chemicals.
engineer is derived from the latin word: ingenium
Ferrum is the Latin equivalent of 'iron'. It's the word from which the symbol for iron is derived. Its symbol is 'Fe', which is taken from the first two letters of the word in Latin.
To be of Latin (Romanic) origin - the ethnic sense, with Latin ancestors; to speak a Latin (Romanic) language, derived from Latin.
It's derived from the English words copy and right; in the most basic sense, it is the right to copy. Copy is from the Latin copia, an abundance (as in copious), and right is from the Latin rectus.
The girl's name Trisha is a variant of Patricia (Latin) and Tricia (English), and the meaning of Trisha is "noble or patrician". This is not a Danish name.
Luminita (female name) is a common Romanian name, derived from the latin "lumina". It means "little light".
Two substances that have chemical substances derived from Latin are Au (from the word aurum) and Na (for natrium/sodium).
"Technology" is actually derived from Greek, not Latin.
It derives from Latin plagiarius, a kidnapper.
caput is the Latin word for "head".
It is a Latin verb meaning "he/she loves."
fragrance comes from the Latin adjective fragrans
"Channel" is from canalis, which means "channel" in Latin.
Cornelius is a latin name. There is no variant, it is derived directly.
Latin borrowed a large number of words from Greek, but it's not accurate to say that Latin itself is derived from Greek. The two languages are separate developments from a common source, which is known today as Proto-Indo-European. ?????? YOU CAN SAY THAT BUT I KNOW PEOPLE WHO CAN PROVE THAT A GOOD PERCENTAGE OF THE LATIN WORDS ARE DERIVED FROM GREEK
The word "with" is not a Latin word nor is it derived from a Latin word. The Latin word for "with" is cum.
Scientific names are derived from Latin words. The scientific name of hummingbird is Trochilidae. Its English name was derived from the humming sound of their wings when flapped.
French is a Romance Language that is derived from Latin. It is a mix of Latin and the various local, native languages that were in existence in France at that time of the Roman Empire.
The word sapience is derived from the Latin sapientia, meaning "wisdom
No, it is an English word. It may be derived from a latin root, however.
The word is Latin, derived from the Greek words for joint and foot.
Gladius means sword in Latin.
It is derived from Latin. The root "centi-" means "hundred".
No it is derived from Latin.
Portuguese is derived from Latin.
The Latin word rex means "king". Derived words include: regal, region, reign, sovereign, realm, etc.
Mercury is not a word derived from greek but from the latin word "Mercurius". mercurial is a word derived from Mercurius. :-)