What language is the word caterwaul derived from?
This is a Middle English word, and derives from an imitation of the cat itself.
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north American English
Guru derives from the Sanskrit guruh, heavy, hence venerable.
A shrill howling or wailing noise.
The Arabic mawsim became the Portuguese moncao, which became the Dutch monssoen.
Ethics is a borrowing from Ancient Greek.
Latin. It's from Late Latin pollutio "defilement," from Latin polluere "to soil, defile, contaminate", itself from por- "before" + -luere "to smear"
The word tattoo is derived from a Polynesian noun tatau meaning "puncture, mark made on skin."
Diploma is a Latin word that was derived from the word diploo from the Greek language. Diploo is said to mean "to fold" and is meant to be used when describing official, seale…d documents.
The word "Kalender" means calendar in German and it is derived from the Latin word "kalendae" which means: "the day when accounts are due" or the first day of the month.
It is a word from the latin. Latin is like the most used language on earth, because almost everyword comes from latin it is amazing so go and learn latin.
Stance is about the way someone stands, their posture but it can also mean the way someone is, their attitude towards another person or something. Stance is an English word de…rived from the French
The word gluttons is derived from the language that is known as Latin from the word gluttire (to gulp or swallow), where the definition of the word means over-consumption of t…hings.
The word predicated derives from the Latin word praedicare which means to assert publicly. The Latin word is made up of two parts. The first part, prae, means "in front" in La…tin, while dicere means "to say".