== == Scuba is an acronym for Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. These initials originated in 1939 in the US Navy to refer to US Military diver's rebreather sets. As with radar, the acronym has become so familiar that it is often not capitalized and is treated as an ordinary word: for example, it has been taken into the Welsh language as "sgwba". A scuba set provides a scuba diver with the breathing gas necessary to breathe underwater.
As far as the root to each individual word:
Self- Old English of seolf
Contained- Old French of contenir
Underwater- Proto-Germanic of onder and watar
Breathing- Old English of æðm
Apparatus- Latin of apparare
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Ultimately, Latin, via Old French and Middle English, as rapscallion is derived (as a coinage) from rascal.
Orange is an English word originating from England, but it is derived from old French.
It is derived from the word monarch
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Guessing you mean, what's the origin of the word Texas. It was derived from the Tejas Indians.
It is derived from the Sanskrit word Jagannath.
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Italian. The word is derived from an ancient Greek word for bread.
It is derived from the Latin word 'tepidus' meaning 'lukewarm'
1929 France, by Belgian-born sci-fi writer Joseph Henri Honore Boex.
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it is derived from the Latin implying seameness and continuity.
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