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What does the latin root trib mean?


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2010-11-18 01:23:55
2010-11-18 01:23:55

What does the Latin root trib mean?

means: tribe


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what is the rot word trib mean

trib is a latin stem as you know trib means pay for example the word tribute means to pay for something.

'Trib' is not a word in Latin. Closest to it is tribus, meaning 'tribe.'

The syllable 'trib-' is a Latin root. From it come almost all Latin words that begin 'tribu-'. Such words derive either directly from 'tribus', which carries the idea of a 'division of the Roman people'; or indirectly from 'tribunus', which means 'officer' with paymaster, military or consular responsibilities. The word 'tribus' has the original meaning of 'a third part of the Roman people'. And that meaning reflects the original derivation of 'tribus' from 'tres', or three.

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