The origin of sport is from the Greek language and actually means pastime. The word sport first appeared in the English language in the 15th century.
The word is of uncertain origin, but some reference is made to Scotland in the 1500's. Also a French word -s'allonger- meaning to lie at full length has some weak connection
Nearer to a point of reference such as an origin. It is a less common word than approximate
It is the seed from which chocolate and cocoa is made. From Spanish 'cacao'. Taken from the Aztec word 'cacaua'
Roses are angiosperms. Angiosperms is a Greek word in origin meaning "Contained" and "seed".
You might be thinking of the word origin.
From Old English cropp meaning both a bird's stomach, and the seed head of plants. It came to mean "cutting" as in cutting seed heads.
Most reliable sources say Latin, although a few cite Greek. Many sources do not reference this language of origin at all. I will go with Latin.
Thought to come from Old French, late 14th century, having a reference to a supernatural kingdom
The word "credo" refers to a statement of one's beliefs. The word is of Latin origin. For further reference, there are a wide variety of online dictionaries which provide quick definitions of such words.
Sporophyte is a compound word from sporo and phyte. Phyte comes from the Greek phyton meaning plant. Sporo comes from the Greek spora which means seed or sowing.
Believe it or not, the latin word for seed is semen.
the origin is where the word came from but the specific origin of the word ballot is latin root word.
The word "origin" is derived from the French word "origin" and the Latin word "originem," both of which mean, beginning, descent, birth, and rise.
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The Latin word is Carina, meaning the keel of a ship. The original translation was 'Nutshell' a reference to the similarities of the shape of ships at the time. This was similar to the Greek word 'Karyon' also meaning a 'nut'
There is no such word as diaster and so no origin word.
The word mariachi is supposed to be of French origin and come into use about the time of Maximillian, a short-lived French emperor of Mexico, and has to do with the word mariage and the type of music played at marriage ceremonies around that time. Others claim it is a native word and has to do with the wooden platform they would perform on and preceeded the French reference. No one apparently knows for sure. (See the reference below--there's a lot more interesting stuff there about mariachis, too.)
What is the origin of the word govern?
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What is the origin of the word kitchen
The word reference comes from refer.
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