et, ac, itaque (adv.), atque ARE THE WORDS USED IN LATIN FOR "AND".......
Latin words meaning family are familia, domus, genus, cognatio, gens.
How do you write It is what it is in Latin typography?
tran-across scribo-I WRITE
The Latin word for 'to write' is 'scribo, scribere'. We get the words 'scribe' and 'scribble' from it.The Greek word for "I write" is γράφω-grapho. Hence biography, calligraphy, graph...etc...
Because some people can write Latin and it helps us still speak Latin words sometimes. Large numbers of word in English are derived from Latin words or from Latin roots.
Latin: Scribere = to write (gives us the root word Scrib-)I hope I understood the question correctly: you're not looking for the root word of "write"; I understand that you're looking for the root word that means write?There are other related Latin words (scriptura) that give us similar words in English (words that have the root Script-)
Manuscript derives from two Latin words: manu = by hand (manus = hand) scriptus = written (scribo = I write)
Since Rome's language was Latin, you would have to write in Latin.
In the Latin language, to write 5 you put 'V'
You write Donum Dei. It's already Latin.
You write denario.