Is Chamomile a Latin word?

Answer Indeed it is. The word chamomile comes from the medieval Latin "camomilla", which is a modification of the Latin "chamaemelo."

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What is the difference between Roman Chamomile and German Chamomile?

Roman and German chamomile are two different but closely related species. German chamomile, Matricaria recutita, is the kind normally used in herbal tea. Roman chamomile, Anthemis nobilis, can be u... Read More »

Latin word for talking?

Talking translates in Latin to "dicens" if the subject is singular, but would translate to "dicentem" if the word "talking" modifies is a singular direct object; if the subject is plural it transla... Read More »

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What is the Latin word for talk?

Dicere, narrare, referre = to talk in different senses. Dico is generally translated as "I Say" Note: Fabulare (to spin a fable) gives rise to "Hablar" which means to talk in Spanish. Decir (from ... Read More »