Latin //vi-rah-goh//                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Virago (n.) A strong, brave, or warlike woman; a woman who demonstrates exemplary and heroic qualities.

Aliferous adjective | Meaning: having wings.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The origin of t his word is Latin. It comes from two Latin words. They are ala…

English with Latin origin \\mi-nyoo-she-aye\\

English with Latin origin mi-nyoo-she-aye minutiae: the small, precise details…

Coruscate- (Latin origin ✨)

Or what my future hubby thinks when he sees me in dresses! That corny movie moment pause in time type shit!

Lacuna: an unfilled space or interval; a gap. "the journal has filled a lacuna in Middle Eastern studies" a missing portion in a book or manuscript. ANATOMY a cavity or depression, especially in bone.

Lacuna: an unfilled space or interval; a gap; "the journal has filled a lacuna in Middle Eastern studies" a missing portion in a book or manuscript. ANATOMY a cavity or depression, especially in bone.

vim - Word of the Day | Dictionary.com. The origin of this word is from Latin. It is derived from the Latin word vis, which means energy.

Someone that doesn't need a caffeine boost! (lol) This word has Latin origins, entering English in the century.

Salient: very important or noticeable

Salient: very important or noticeable. It comes from the Latin word of the same name as it is in English" salient" which means: leaping. The above definition in the box is good for English.

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