Mater is the latin word for mother.
The word "mither" is a form of the word "mother" used in Scotland and northern England. Its etymology is the same as the etymology for "mother."
The word "mother" probably evolved from the sanskrit word "Maatr."...which is then copied by latin and greeks...and then to english similarly is for brother which actually was "bhraatr"in sanskrit
the origin is where the word came from but the specific origin of the word ballot is latin root word.
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Mom is short for mother - mother originates from the Latin word, mater. another origin is mama, which is short for mammary, since all human mothers have mammary glands.
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and the Latin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent, birth, and rise.
There is no such word as diaster and so no origin word.
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Before 12th century: Old English modor, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch moeder and German Mutter, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin mater and Greek mētēr, Sanskrit mātṛ.
The origin of the word rebellion is Latin.
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the origin of the word stomach : greek
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The origin of the word 'Snog' or 'Snogging' is England :)