The word for mosquito in Latin is "culex". The actual origin of the word comes from Spanish, which gives it the base "mosc-" and then the suffix "-ito" which means little.
mosquito is the same in english and spanishhay un mosquito!!there is a mosquito!!thanks hope that helped :P
the word mosquito came from spanish meaning means small insect
it is a Spanish word
No, it isn't from the Spanish origin.
Mosquito is the same in Spanish as it is in English.same MOSQUITO!!!!
The English word is "mosquito" - the word was borrowed from Spanish. However in Britain mosquitos are often called gnats.
Latin Americans call the mosquito a mosquito also, and its name comes from Spanish.-- It is Spanish for "little fly". Fly is mosca and uses the diminutive ito to mean small.
The insect mosquito and their native language. Joking, mosquito means little fly in Spanish and Portuguese. The word evolved from the original Latin word musca for fly.
Answer It is a Spanish word.
There is a Latin word 'musca' meaning fly. This has passed into the Spanish language as mosquito and means 'little gnat'
yes it is but the meaning isn't really the same. Mosquito are small flies that are annoying but not the blood sucking type we have another word for those.
The Spanish word 'saber' - to know.
Permeate (in Spanish)
It comes from Spanish.
It is Spanish for nap
A mosque is an Islamic place of worship. A story which has been circulating suggests that the word mosque is synonymous with mosquito, mosque being the Spanish version of the word. Infact, the Spanish word for mosquito is mosquito. During the era of Muslim rule in Spain, the Spanish speaking community used the words mosquito (for mosquito, the insect) and mesquita (mosque, place of worship). Mosquitoes belong to the class: insecta, order: diptera, suborder: nematocera, infraorder: culicomorpha, superfamily: culicoidea and family: culicidae.
The word tortilla is Spanish in origin.
Negro is the Spanish word for black.
Rivera is surname of Spanish origin that means river.