What word stem means to bring in?
The prefix "intro-" means in, into, inward or within. There might be others.
The word 'root' tends to be applied to verbs. The word 'stem' tends to be applied to nouns and pronouns. The word 'qui', which means 'who', is an interrogative/relative pronoun. Its stem therefore is in question. In fact, qui is its own stem, from which other words may be formed, such as 'quiconque', which means 'anybody, anyone, anyone who, whoever'.
The word miscellaneous is comprised of three parts. The before-fix, which is the beginning, the after-fix, which is the ending, and the stem, which is the main part of the word. The before-fix of miscellaneous is missile, which means to blow up. The stem of miscellaneous is any, which means random, and the after-fix is us, which means people. Therefore, miscellaneous means to blow up random people.
"Native American word" is a very vague description - if you mean "what does the Ojibwe word zaagido mean?", it is perhaps meant to be the stem form zaagitoo-. This stem means xxxxx likes it, or xxxxx loves it - there needs to be a suffix attached to the stem to confirm if it is "I like it" or "you like it" or "he likes it" or so on.
The Latin stem may be defined as the base in Latin from which a given word in Latin or in any other language is derived. For example, 'audi-' is the Latin stem to the Latin noun 'audientia', which means 'attention, hearing or listening'; the Latin verb 'audire', which means 'to hear or listen'; the Latin noun 'auditorium', which means a 'hall for listening'; and the Latin noun 'auditus', which means 'the sense of hearing'. It…