The Latin noun calor can mean heat, warmth, passion, zeal, ardour or love.
"Calorie" is not a Latin word, though it has Latin roots: it is from the word calor, meaning "heat."
The Latin word for heat is calor.
What does the Latin root trib mean?means: tribe
The root "radic-" is from Latin radix, meaning "root".
The latin root meaning for cise is to cut
The Latin root vert means green.
the Latin root "spir" mean to breathe
the latin root mob means empty
The latin root vac means empty
The Latin root VI means way: Road
The Latin root audi- means sound or to hear.
Latin has no such word.
Heat. Calor is spanish for Heat
Calor is a latin prefix meaning heat. A Calorie is actually a unit of energy based on the energy needed to raise one liter of water one celsius degree
The Latin word for "root" is radix, which is the source of such English words as radical, eradicate ("to root out") and radish.
Sequ or Sekw are Latin root words that mean "to follow".
Leg in Latin roots mean to collect or read.
The root aud comes from the Latin word audire -to hear, listen.
hace calor means its hot. hace calor= its hot or hace mucho calor= its very hot any other questions?