What is the origin of the word stimuli?
The origin of the word stimuli is Latin and the word orignated around 1684.
The word stimuli is Latin in origin and the root of the word is stimu.
my stimuli is my life and i am in leadership at my job
Stimuli is the plural form of the word stimulus. The meaning of stimulus is the reaction or response to something that is able to arouse a person. Many things such as feathers and tickling are considered stimuli.
There is no such word as "stimulae." The word is "stimulus," and the plural is "stimuli."
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Stimuli is basically what would initiate the functioning of something. say for example smell of good food makes your mouth water? Here Food is the stimulant which act as a STIMULI for your tongue!
an origin is where a word was invented or where it came from
The origin of the word health is Old English haelth, of Germanic origin; related to whole.
The origin of "radious" is incorrect spelling. The word "radius", however, is or Latin origin.
Stimuli is the plural of "stimulus," and would be defined as: something that affects another thing, or causes a reaction to that other "thing" An example of "stimuli" in a sentence would be: "The use of various stimuli in the experiment were observed to cause pain reactions in the test subjects."
Etymology means the study of the origin of words.
Origin of Quay: French word name, "wharf"
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The answer is it's a british word origin. The word was orriginaly made by the English society
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That's an ambiguous question. The science/art of tracing a word to its origin is called "etymology." The origin of that word, or its original form, is the "root word," or the "etymological root."
Stimuli is the word you are looking for.
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