The Roman word for "city". A "citizen" is somebody who lived in the "city", meaning Rome. In modern language, we use the word "citizen" to represent anybody who is a member of our nation.
Idiot is from the Greek word 'idiotees', meaning a private citizen who had learnt no profession and was considered to be ignorant.
Netizen derived from the term citizen, referring to a citizen of the Internet. The term implies civic responsibility and participation.
Mercury is not a word derived from greek but from the latin word "Mercurius". mercurial is a word derived from Mercurius.:-)
the word computer is derived from word compute
The word factory is derived from the medieval Latin word factoria. It is also derived from the Latin word factor.
Derived is from the Latin word, dervivare.
From which language is the word "conspicuous" derived from?
a derived verb is a word that has a verb
Physics is derived from the greek word physikos meaning nature
it is derived from the word Helium.
The name is derived from the Tamil word murunggai (முருங்கை)
A theory: Mishmash might be derived from the German word "Mischmasch". That one is derived from the verb "mischen" which means "to mix".
City is derived from the Middle English word cite, which is derived from the Old French word cité, which is derived from the Latin word cīvitās.
The root word is "civil" which means:of or relating to the people and of adequate in courtesy and politeness. It comes from the Latinword civilis which means " citizen"."civility" is the noun derived from civil meaning polite actions and words.
Zero is a cipher (Arabic numeral) and is derived from the French word zÃ©ro which is derived from Medieval Latin zephirum which is in turn derived from the Arabic word sifr.
The word duty is derived - through Middle-English - from the Anglo-Norman French word deute -> which in turn is derived from the Old-French word deu meaning "owed". That word derived from the Latin word debitus.
A word that has another word derived from it is called an Eponym. The two words will usually have different meanings.
The root word.
the English word marketderived 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 word 'citizen' is a singular noun.The plural form is 'citizens'.
The word "matter" is derived from Latin materia, which itself is derived from mater, mother.
The word "community" is derived from an Old French which was derived from the Latin communitas.
its derived frm da latin word environ meanin "surroundings"
Guessing you mean, what's the origin of the word Texas. It was derived from the Tejas Indians.