What word means casual and relaxed with the root form in it?
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What is the Latin root word of 'confidence'?
What root word from 'vert' means an outgoing gregarious person?
What words come from the Latin root for 'to go'?
The Latin root that means 'to go' isi-. The verb that's derived from that root is ire, which is the infinitive form and means 'to go'. English language derivatives include abire, which means 'to go away'; coitus, which means 'a meeting together'; exit, which means '[he/she/it] leaves'; exitus, which means 'departure'; and introit from 'intro it', which means '[he] goes into'.
In the sanskrit mantra shanti means peace what does shantihi mean?
In Sanskrit every word has it's particular use-form, as in English the root- form of verb is'to eat' and then use-forms are is eating , ate, has eaten etc. Sanskrit is very particular about root-form and use-form. Here Shanti is root-form and shantihi is use-form. So both means peace. But in Sanskrit the word shanti will never be used as it is.