The word sex is derived from the Latin sexus meaning "genitals,gender traits".
It is a Latin word, same spelling, meaning 'a like thing'
From Latin "filamentum, filamenta, filamenti, filamentae" whose meaning is "thread". therefore, "filamentosa" means: "having or containig little threads", but in femenine gender.
MAGUS would come the closest. note root word for (Magic) it is singular and without gender. pronounced (May-Gus).
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The word "joke" comes from the Latin word jocus, meaning the same thing.
Pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum (depending on the gender of the beautiful thing; a beautiful woman is pulchra).
The Latin equivalent of the English word 'number' is numerus. It's a masculine gender noun. Its literal meaning is 'a measure'. But it also may be translated as 'a number'.
The meaning of the Latin word studio is study or zeal The meaning of the Latin word studio is study or zeal