What is the origin of the word strong?
The answer is it's a british word origin. The word was orriginaly made by the English society
The Origin of the word "Gin" is from the English term gin, a strong alcoholic beverage.
The English word disgust means distaste, nausea or strong aversion to something. Its origin is from the French word desgouster which means strong dislike and dates from approximately 1590 to 1600.
The origin of the word Olympic is Greek. The word also has strong Latin roots and became commonly used in the 16th century.
"Value" comes ultimately from the Latin word valere, which means "to be strong, to be well" and therefore "to be valid."
Lola is female name of Spanish origin that means "strong woman."
the origin is where the word came from but the specific origin of the word ballot is latin root word.
what is the word origin for incredulous
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.
What is the origin of the word govern?
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What is the origin of the word kitchen
what is the origin of the word nincompoop or ninkumpoop
The origin of the word data is Latin ....
the origin of the word stomach : greek
The origin of the word rebellion is Latin.
the origin of the word corridor is England.
The origin of the word 'lychee' is Chinese.
The origin of the word chivalry comes from the word chevalerie which is old French so the origin of the word is old French.
It is a 20th Century word of uncertain origin
is caca What is the origin of the word plant? mierda
the origin of the word bucket is bu-cket
i think the origin of the word paragraph is greek?
the word origin for scrutinize is scrutiny + ize.
The origin of the word phenomenon is Greek or Latin.
Etymology is the word describing the origin of a word.
It is French in origin it meas to shelter.
The origin of the word 'Snog' or 'Snogging' is England :)
The name wuchak, which sounds very much like woodchuck, was what Algonquin Indians called the ground hog before European colonists arrived in North America.
an origin is where a word was invented or where it came from
The origin of the word stimuli is Latin and the word orignated around 1684.
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.
The word "titanic" means "of enormous size, strength, power, etc.; gigantic" (Dictionary.com) and comes from the Titans because the Titans were, well, big and strong.
The fact that it exists and is here is interpreted by some as a strong indication that it had an origin.
Etymology means the study of the origin of words.
Origin of Quay: French word name, "wharf"
the origin word of quartz is German thanks for watching
No. The word theology is of Greek origin. 325 CE to 375 CE; Middle English theologie < Old French < Late Latin theologia < Greek theología: Theo- = a Greek combining form meaning “god” -logy = a Greek combining form used in the names of bodies of knowledge
The origin of the word derisive is from the Latin word meaning "to laugh"
The origin of the word calliope: from Greek word: kalliope; meaning "beautiful voiced"
The Sanskrit word "Jangala" refers to uncultivated land and is the origin of the word jungle
Squalls are windy gusts that are created when a downdraft hits the planet's surface with an especially strong force. The word squall is of Nordic origin.
what is the origin word of perimeter
It is of Latin origin
The origin is from french
The word Strong is not a Hebrew word. It is an English word. If you are asking what the Hebrew word for strong is, it's khazak (×—×–×§)
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."
high, noble, strong
weak and strong