The Latin word 'ubi' meaning when or as soon as.
Gradus is the Latin equivalent of 'step'. The Latin word may have the meaning of 'pace', as in the steps in walking. Or it may have the meaning of 'stair'.
the english word noise came to us from a latin word
The English word "audience" is a word derived from Latin meaning those who hear
December is NOT a Latin word. December is an ENGLISH word that is derived from the Latin word "decem" meaning "ten".
The English adjective "insular" derived from the Latin word insula, meaning "island."
iris is the latin word for "rainbow" hence the English word "iridescent"
Talem is the accusative form of the Latin word talis, meaning "such."
Respire, from Latin infinitive respirare, to breath.
The English word 'mosaic' derives from the ancient, classical Latin language. The original word in Latin is Musa. The English meaning of that original Latin word is also a derivative: 'muse'.
To entangle or perplex
Filium is the objective case of the Latin word filius which means "son".
Neither - the word population is English, but it derives from Latin populus, meaning "the people"
The word "aura" exists in latin, meaning air or breeze. The English meaning of aura, I believe, would translate to spiritus.
The word totem has no meaning in Latin. The English word "totem" comes from an Algonquian (Native American) word meaning "his kin; his family mark".
The Latin word of the English word "property" is rerum. One of the meaning of the word property is something that is owned by somebody.
The word pace can be interpreted in many different ways. An eight letter word meaning pace is swiftness. This is a rapid pace.
'Thus' is English - not Latin. Latin for 'thus' is 'sic.' "Thus" is a Latin word meaning "frankincense". You know, what one of the three wise men brought to Bethlehem.
The Latin word that is closest to English "opportunity" is probably occasio (-nis, f.). The English word is from Latin opportunitas, which in Latin has the meaning "fitness, suitability, advantageous" (i.e., the quality of being opportune) and, by extension, "favorable moment" or "advantage".
No, genetics is not a Latin word. It comes from the Ancient Greek word Î³ÎµÎ½ÎµÏ„Î¹ÎºÏŒÏ‚ genetikos, meaning 'genitive,' itself from the word Î³Î­Î½ÎµÏƒÎ¹Ï‚ genesis, meaning 'origin.' The correlation between that and the Latin word gens, meaning 'tribe,' is independent of our English derivation.
Villa.If you meant the English meaning of the Latin word villa, it would be 'farmhouse' or 'country house.'
Megas is a Greek word meaning "big; great". The Latin equivalent is magnus.